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Construction Manager 23-028
Role: Senior Construction Manager Number of Positions: 1 Expected term: 8 months, April - Nov 2023 Location: Blind River, ON - Monday - Friday 40 hours per week The key accountabilities of the Construction Manager position are as follows: Primary accountability for the safe execution of construction work on the site meeting both internal Cameco and external regulatory requirements. Manage the construction activities meeting the requirements as outlined in the construction contracts including scope management, budget, schedule and quality. Provide leadership and work with contractors in a collaborative manner to develop detailed work plans to safely execute work with high productivity Performing QA/QC inspections on completed work to ensure it meets Cameco requirements Monitor the schedule and productivity of work and work constructively to drive improvements Work collaboratively with operations personnel to coordinate work on the site and to resolve any issues and barriers Qualifications Previous experience as a construction manager or general superintendent is required Trade background complete with journeyperson status in either a mechanical or electrical/instrumentation trade Previous experience in a brown field construction environment is required Previous experience at a nuclear facility preferred Supervisor training and certification Proficient computer skills requiredApply now
Field Superintendent 23-029
Role: Mechanical/Electrical Construction Field Superintendent Work Location: Blind River, ON - on site Monday - Friday 40 hours per week Contract Duration: 8 months, April to Noveber 2023 Number of Positions: 1 Years of Experience: 10 Key Responsibilities The Field Superintendent has primary responsibility to ensure contractors within their area are working in a safe manner abiding by all safety program requirements The Field Superintendent will review and/or develop detailed work plans according to Cameco’s workface planning processes In some instances, the Field Superintendent may perform supervision of direct field labour on mechanical/piping or electrical scopes of work ensuring the work is completed safely and to a high quality standard Oversee contractor activities confirming the work is completed safely and according to all contract requirements Inspect work to confirm it is completed to appropriate standards, identifying deficiencies and managing the completion of deficiencies Monitor the schedule and productivity of work and work collaboratively with the contractor and operations personnel to resolve issues and barriers Daily validation and approval of contractor submitted labour, equipment and material reports Responsible to coordinate field activities between contractors and the Cameco operations team as required Qualifications Journeyperson status in a mechanical or electrical trade Previous experience in a brown field construction environment is required Previous experience at a nuclear facility is preferred Supervisor training/certification required Safety training highly preferred Proficient computer skills requiredApply now
Mechanical Engineer, Project Engineering Lead
Duration: 1 Year, can be extended yearly Location: Bruce Power (Tiverton, Ontario) Vacancies: 4 Hourly Rate: $55 - 75/hour Per Diem: Available if eligible Key Responsibilities Prepare engineering designs from conceptual design, through tender to construction Work with team members in determining viable solutions for design issues Work to and meet project schedules and budgets. Coordinate design work with other project team members and other disciplines. Prepare design calculations, technical specifications, and engineering drawings Support construction administration personnel including field reviews, walkdowns, and co-ordination, review of Vendors’ change orders, clarifications and RFI responses on an occasional or as required basis. Skills, Knowledge and Qualifications Experience in reading & interpreting mechanical drawings, etc. Mechanical Engineer with nuclear experience Open to Intermediate or Senior candidates P.Eng. or EIT Working knowledge in piping and mechanical components ASME III / B31 working knowledge CSA N285 working knowledge Working knowledge in welding Familiar with ECC process and vendor package acceptance requirementsApply now
Intermediate - Electrical Engineer
Duration: 1 Year, Extended Annually Location: Bruce Power (Tiverton, Ontario) Vacancies: 2 Hourly Rate: $45 - 65/hour Key Responsibilities Prepare engineering designs from conceptual design, through tender to construction Work with team members in determining viable solutions for design issues Work to and meet project schedules and budgets. Coordinate design work with other project team members and other disciplines. Prepare design calculations, technical specifications, and engineering drawings Support construction administration personnel including field reviews, walkdowns, and co-ordination, review of Vendors’ change orders, clarifications and RFI responses on an occasional or as required basis. Skills, Knowledge and Qualifications Experience in reading & interpreting Electrical drawings, etc. Experience with electrical analysis software and design tools, computer knowledgeable Experience in design and preparing Engineering Changes is preferred. Detail oriented, can work independently or with minimal supervision. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to prepare and deliver presentations. ECC process working knowledge Previous nuclear experience considered an asset Minimum Education and Experience Requirements: Education: Bachelors in Electrical Eng, Masters in Electrical Eng would be an asset PEO Status: P,ENG is a preference, EIT is acceptable Experience: 2-5 years of experience in field, 2 years of Nuclear experience, candidate with Bruce Power experience would be an asset. Clearance: BP or OPG ClearedApply now
Maintenance Workgroup Coordination
Maintenance Workgroup Coordination Location: Tiverton, Ontario (Bruce Power) Duration: 1 year, Can be extended annually Hourly Rate: $58/hour Per Diem: Yes, if eligable Vacancies: 4 Project: All candidates will be supporting planned outages at Bruce Power rotating between Bruce A and Bruce B. The purpose is to ensure planned, outage and emergent work is executed in a safe and effective manner, to required standards and within business constraints. Plan, prepare and organize work schedules to meet preparation and work management milestones and maintenance standards for mechanical, valves, welding, shift, electrical, fuel handling and civil maintenance sections as required. Collaborate with Bruce Power staff to establish the timing and sequence of tasks that support their work activities. Establish the daily leveling of scheduled activities to match available resources for the workweek. Support schedule preparation and are accountable for the quality of the schedule for the disciplines that they represent. Provide direction/ feedback to the work management reps (Cost Scheduling/WMC) via T-4walkdown feedback regarding work timing, sequencing, logic tie and constraints. Monitor progress of the execution week schedule and take corrective actions to get the schedule back on track when needed. Qualifications: Candidates with previous nuclear experience in operations and maintenance organization is preferred Candidates with trades and project coordinator type experience relevant to the job responsibilities below is an assetApply now
Regional Distribution Engineer 18671
Role: Electrical Distibution Engineer Contract Duration: 12 months Work Location: Edmonds, BC 2 days in office per week/hybrid Hourly Rate: $110/hour Work Summary Use CYME engineering software to analyse existing and future Distribution Circuits. Conduct Load Flow analysis using CYME DIST for circuit capacity, load connection reviews, voltage profile and low voltage mitigation, phase balancing and conductor size upgrades. Conduct fault current analysis and protection coordination studies. Determine fuse sizes for branch lines, determine recloser, switch gear, capacitor bank and voltage regulator settings to ensure a reliable and safe system. Conduct thermal studies of cables in ducts and provide appropriate derating of feeder cables using CYME CAP software. Use SPIDAcalc non-linear pole line analysis tool to evaluate pole line design and create non-standard OH Line design solutions. Note: experience with PLS-Pole and PLS-CADD non-linear pole line design would be an asset. Experience and Role Accountabilities • A minimum eight (8) years of experience in a relevant engineering field or equivalent. • Develop safe engineering solutions by using initiative and judgement to perform tasks including developing designs, analyzing and resolving problems, and interpreting engineering specifications on medium complexity and scope assignments for BC Hydro projects and operations. • Assist project or operations management to meet safety, cost, quality, and time objectives by proposing changes in plans and estimated costs, recommending payment for work completed by contractors, preparing progress reports, coordinating work schedules and other similar tasks. • Resolve highly technical and unusual design and field engineering problems by conducting independent studies and analysis, exercising independent judgment in selecting and interpreting information, recommending safe engineering designs to support successful operations and/or project completion at BC Hydro. • Participate in BC Hydro’s engineering practice by conducting independent studies and analysis, contributing to the development of technical standards, exercising judgment in selecting and interpreting information, recommending safe engineering designs, and making decisions related to methods and designs as well as providing guidance and advice to other engineering professionals to develop future capability at BC Hydro. Important notes: • Prior to commencement on assignment, the selected candidate must have their own sole practitioner, or the use of their firm’s, Permit to Practice with EGBC. • EGBC Registrants provided to BC Hydro through this assignment shall work under BC Hydro’s Professional Practice Management Plan, Quality Management Pillar. The Registrant shall apply their own or their firm’s Permit to Practice Number to work that is Sealed by the Registrant. Retention and preservation of all project documentation produced by the Registrant during their contract with BC Hydro will be retained by BC Hydro to satisfy EGBC Bylaws. Education and Skills Registered Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) or Professional Geoscientist (P.Geo.) with Engineers & Geoscientists BC or with another jurisdiction and eligible for registration as such with Engineers & Geoscientists BC • BC Hydro uses a Digital Sign and Seal Technology. You may be required to subscribe to a digital seal technology service offered by Notarius •Intermediate English skills for professional environment, written and spoken •Familiarity with CAD systems and drawing standards •Ability to use standard industry design/analysis software •Intermediate MS Office skills (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) Additional Experience and Role Accountabilities • All the required Experience and Role Accountabilities shall relate to Overhead - and underground electric utility distribution systems operating at voltages at or below 35kV • Support operations, maintenance, repair, replacement and expansion of the BC Hydro Distribution System • Investigate, analyze and solve a variety of engineering problems, including the more challenging and unusual, by developing engineering techniques, devising new approaches and/or applying existing criteria in new ways • Provide technical guidance, instruction, and assistance related to the operation, maintenance, troubleshooting and modifications of equipment Additional Education and Skills • Degree in Electrical Engineering recognized by universities in Canada, Power Engineering preferred • Demonstrated experience and technical knowledge in both Overhead - and underground electric utility distribution systems operating at voltages at or below 35kV including automation • Broad range of distribution related skills including planning, system engineering, protection engineering, design, and project management • Demonstrated ability to perform system analysis • Knowledge of various BC Hydro systems, policies and procedures, preferred • Willingness to travel • Maintain good standing in Engineers & Geoscientists British Columbia (EGBC) throughout the term of the contract • Maintain Driver's License Class 5 throughout the term of the contract Provide technical support to BCH Design Technicians and Technologist in customer connection and system improvement requests. Fulfill POR responsibilities for any non-standard/engineered solutions. Review Customer Electrical Consulting Engineer submissions to determine if they have met BCH requirements, including protection coordination, switch gear design, single line diagram, grounding, surge arrestors or requests for variance from standards. Attend Safety, Environmental and Technical Training Sessions unique to BCH through on-line and in class training. Work space will be provided in the BCH Edmonds office on a hybrid basis. BCH laptop will be provided and access to all required engineering software. Consultant to provide their own cellular telephone. Travel to remote locations for site visits is required, approximately once every second month. The costs will be refunded in accordance with BCH travel expense policy. On-site meetings in the Fraser Valley area up to twice a month. Must haves: Registered Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) or Professional Geoscientist (P.Geo.) with Engineers & Geoscientists BC or with another jurisdiction and eligible for registration as such with Engineers & Geoscientists BC A minimum eight (8) years of experience in a relevant engineering field or equivalent. Must have class 5 drivers licenseApply now
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