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Work Management Coordinator
Work Management Coordinator Pay Rate: $60/ - $70.00/ Duration: 1 year with possible 1 year extensions Location: Tiverton, ON Duties & Responsibilities: Monitor daily, weekly scheduled activities for all Building Trades Union (BTU) tasks on the daily schedule look ahead meeting (SLAM), T-2, T-5, T-12 and T-26 online station schedule Ensure BTU tasks Start/Finish times are correctly scheduled for all online work activities Provide updates to Work Management regarding potential scope for task sequencing/duration changes Report out at and speak to any assigned actions/updates during T-meetings Status of work, scope updates and schedule recommendations including: o Addition/removal of work and risks o Impacts o For any new Managed Exceptions, support or object Follow up with FTL/FLM to ensure that station tasks are on track or require to be moved/cancelled Ensure sign-offs are complete to the committed scheduled date by BTU/Vendor crews Prepare and provide material reports for projects team Other duties as required The SPOC needs to assume ownership and provide oversight of all PMC work on the station plan. This includes: A. Ensuring PMs are ready for execution if the work is bundled B. Chasing Engineering for procedures for PM’s so they can be completed if work is bundled or is a pre requisite. C. Confirming and pushing the execution of associated corrective work that needs to be completed prior to the project work D. Pushing FTL’s to submit Work Requests so work can be added to the station plan E. Fighting for project work to stay on the plan when other groups want to bumped it off or are competing for resources F. Issuing SWA’s if work is bumped off the plan 4) Help the PM’s and FTL’s plan, schedule and execute work. 5) Explain the Work Management process to the PM’s and FTL’s. Help the PM’s and FTL’s with all activities related to scheduling work. Hold their hand until they learn the process. 6) Introduce the PM’s and FTL’s to the Work Week Leaders, Ops, Mtce FLM’s, etc, etc,,,, 7) Accompany the FTL’s to the Shift Mgr. for SWA sign-off and approval as required. Some FTL’s are very intimidated the first time they meet the Shift Mgr.. 8) Work with Assessing to ensure tasks are assessed on time or new tasks are added as required. 9) Send Assessing a weekly PMC Project Backlog Report of tasks to be assessed. 10) Walk-about: visit B06 and B33 at least once a day, possibly twice a day depending on outstanding actions. 11) Resolve scheduling and planning issues with PMs and FTL’s face-to-face when possible. 12) Meet with 3 to 5 PMs / FTLs per visit to B06 and B33. 13) Continually review work on the station plan to ensure it stays on the plan. Confirm work is not in the WZ-Bin or moved out to a future date without your knowledge. 14) Leverage and remind people of the “Ready to Work” program. Work with the T-26 Cycle Mgr. to ensure work is added to the plan. 15) Review work at T-0 and T+1 to confirm it was completed as scheduled. Reschedule or Scope Work Authorization (SWA) it immediately back on to the station plan if required. 16) Resolve material issues and confirm the status of material with Supply Chain. Send an email, follow up with a face-to-face meeting when possible. 17) Send the out the PMC Project - Online Work Management report every two weeks. 18) Present and review the PMC Project - Online Work Management report every Wednesday during Visual Mgmt Board (VMB) with the Work Week Leaders. 19) Help complete SWA’s for the FTL’s if they’re maxed out. 20) Visit the maintenance shops a couple of times a week. 21) Work closely with Work Group Coords (WGC’s) and Cost & Schedule Techs (CST’s) from each Performance Team. Give them lots of heads up on projects which will be executed by their crews. 22) Coordinate Team Action Meetings (TAM’s) and monthly meetings with project groups and key stakeholders such as Fuel Handling. 23) Visit the shops (stand in the shop) especially when work is scheduled on the weekend to make sure it’s executed. 24) Communicate, communicate, communicate!!! Skills & Experience: Must have previous Work Management experience, Ideally within a Nuclear Plant Outage Management Experience with Heavy Industrial/Construction Projects, ideally within the Nuclear Industry. Ability to work effectively with personnel of varying disciplines. Effective communication skills including verbal, written and presentation skills Proven ability to work effectively both independently and in a team based environment Demonstrated willingness to be flexible and adaptable to changing priorities Strong multi-tasking and organizational skillsApply now
Project Manager, Tooling (MCR)
Project Manager – Tooling Location: Bruce Power, Tiverton ON Duration: 12 Months with extensions Per Diem: No Pay Rate: $75-85.00/HR Duties & Responsibilities: The Project Manager will be interacting directly with internal stakeholders and other contributing parties involved in the delivery of PMC related projects: Delivering assigned projects to meet project delivery goals including safety, scope, quality (how well the characteristics of the project comply with its defined set of requirements), cost and schedule within project controls limits (identified in the investment proposal for each assigned project); Negotiating with and integrating all functions that are required to deliver a Capital Project, including but not limited to, preparation of an investment plan, planning, on-line and outage planning and execution, design, engineering, construction, contracting, procurement, environment, safety and health management and logistics management Manage Project scope, in accordance with established standards. Manage cradle-to-grave (initiation to close-out) responsibilities for projects assigned (Program Management); Manage, track and report on the status of all milestones across the cradle-to-grave process; Manage project schedule adherence, prepare and deliver all project reporting (issued by Project Controls) in accordance with the reporting requirements. Manage project costs in accordance to established standards. Identify and implement remedial actions in correcting cost and schedule project deficiencies. Manage project risk, changes, procurement and documentation in in accordance with established standards. Manage project quality, including interfacing with field quality and technical services and constructability reviews as required. Manage engineering design services, Configuration Management; BP-PROG-10.01, Plant Design Basis Management; Equipment Reliability, Pressure Boundary Quality Assurance, Design Change Package, Modification Installation Quality Assurance Manage resource needs for project execution and field execution; Manage the Assigned Project’s contract on an as-needed basis Ensure the subject Assigned Project is executed in the field in accordance with applicable procedures. Manage project closeout. Skills & Experience: Nuclear Power experience preferred Experience with making mechanical and controlled tooling, familiar with automation, control systems and fabrication. University Degree in Engineering a must, Mechanical preferred PMP Designation preferred CSIS Cleared preferred 15 years+ of experience supporting and delivering multiple Heavy Industrial/Construction Projects, ideally with Valves, Pipes & Heat Exchangers Proficient in Primavera P6 and MS Office (excel, word, etc). Knowledge of engineering procedures and practices, organization and quality processes. Good understanding of compliance program requirements. Knowledge of project management principles (scope, schedule, time, quality, risk) Ability to work effectively with personnel of varying disciplines. Critical Thinking Skills – Understands and performs as a seasoned business professional; negotiating, planning, executing Problem Solving – Actively owns problems, develops and implements solutions. Is accountable. Client-ship Skills – Must be extremely responsive to Client requests. Ability to foster and maintain an excellent rapport with the Client. Professional Integrity and Business Ethics – All work must be conducted in accordance with the client’s Code of Conduct for Contractors. Coaching Skills – Must be able to provide guidance to staff to ensure they meet the client’s expectationsApply now
Project Engineering Specialist - 17919
Project Engineering Specialist - 17919 Location: Edmonds, BC (Hybrid - 2 days in office) Estimated Work Start Date: 05-Dec-2022 Estimated Work End Date: 01-Dec-2023 Rate: $110/hour General Description The E5 – Engineer is a professional engineer or geoscientist who applies engineering knowledge to provide innovative engineering, estimating, planning, and quality management services for medium to high complexity projects and/or operations safely, with quality, within budget, and on time. Experience and Role Accountabilities A minimum ten (10) 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 to highly complex assignments for BC Hydro projects and operations. 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. Deliver exceptional customer service by communicating with stakeholders and performing activities such as defining the scope of engineering/geoscience services to be provided, establishing the basic design criteria with the client, approving all related technical documentation, and assessing and reporting on work progress against standards, objectives, and specifications to support completion of projects safely, with quality, within budget and on time. Make decisions and recommendations of a complex technical nature including the establishment of design bases, criteria and concepts, and/or on matters affecting the management of engineering/geoscience resources and activities to support major work assignments for the engineering divisions 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) Must haves: -P.Eng and EGBC - Class 5 drivers license and willingness to travel - 10 years experience in a similar role Assets: -Technical project management background -Transmission lines and substations experienceApply now
22-091- Manager, Community Investment Modernization
22-091- Manager, Community Investment Modernization Number of Vacancies: 1 Level: MP6 Duration: 2 years Location: 700 University Avenue, Toronto (Hybrid) Job Overview Reporting to the Director of Marketing, support in the modernization of OPG's Corporate Citizenship Program (CCP) including developing a new community investment strategy for OPG that aligns with the company's new overall corporate strategy. Help identify a new Community Investment Giving / Grants Management platform. Work will include all stages of the CCP Modernization Project (from initial planning, integration / implementation, communications, training, platform administration and post-project measurement and evaluation). Collaborate with the Manager of the Corporate Citizenship Program to gather input into the strategy, technology, process, measurement plan etc. to ensure seamless integration. Lead the change management strategy of the program with internal and external stakeholders to ensure compliance with new program requirements. Qualifications Demonstrated knowledge of Community Investment strategies and tactics. 5+ years of relevant work experience in the charitable / non-profit / community investment sector. Requires excellent verbal and written communications skills to effectively communicate concepts to employees, senior leaders, stakeholders, charitable / non-profit partners, community leaders and the general public. Excellent interpersonal skills. Strong ability to cultivate and maintain collaborative relationships with a diverse set of internal and external stakeholders. The ability to build consensus with stakeholders / partners in support of the company’s community relations / engagement and social license. Possess excellent project management, organizational and problem solving skills. Requires strong analytical skills and attention to detail, achieving thoroughness and accuracy when accomplishing projects / tasks. Effective team player skills, working collaboratively toward solutions for the benefit of the program, the company and its community partners. Proven ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Self-starter able to take initiative and prioritize constantly evolving workload and priorities. High degree of computer / technical skills. Proficient in Microsoft applications, Word, Excel, Powerpoint and other vendor programs and applications. Experience with CI Grants Management Platforms / applications an asset. Prior work on modernization / digitization projects an asset. Standard Security ClearanceApply now
Intermediate, I&C/Electrical Engineer
Intermediate - I&C Electrical Engineer Duration: 1 - 3 Years Location: on site at Bruce Power (Tiverton, Ontario) Vacancies: 2 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
Project Manager L2 - 18006
Project Manager L2 Location: Edmonds, BC (Remote work possible) Estimated Work Start Date: 03-Jan-2023 Estimated Work End Date: 03-Jan-2025 Rate: $93/ hour General Description The Project Manager - Infrastructure Level 2 is responsible for the successful completion of medium to high risk and highly complex infrastructure or other construction projects by leading cross-functional, multi-disciplinary teams through project activities so that projects are successfully completed safely, with quality, within budget, and on time. Experience and Role Accountabilities: A minimum nine (9) years of project management experience or equivalent. Plan, direct, and report on infrastructure and other construction project activities by consistently monitoring project benefits, resources and status and creating documents such as project plans, action logs, communication plans, status reports and post implementation reviews so that the project is implemented as planned. Develop project plans and risk management plans for medium to high risk and highly complex infrastructure or other construction projects with a capital cost that is generally up to $50 million for effective management throughout the project lifecycle. Manage multiple activities effectively such as quality assurance, engineering, First Nations and stakeholder engagement, communication, regulatory approvals, procurement, planning and controls, construction management, pre-commissioning, employee relations, and safety by using project management principles in monitoring progress and establishing standards for implementation to keep the project within allotted time and budget. Complete project management activities including scoping, planning, managing, monitoring, and reporting on project tasks by using advanced skills in Microsoft Office as well as project management programs to fulfill BC Hydro’s business needs. Maintain meaningful relationships with stakeholders including customers, engineers and field crews through regular communication using excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills enabling timely progression of projects. Establish standards for implementation and monitoring using excellent analytical skills and a comprehensive knowledge of project management practices and procedures to optimize project resources. Education and Skills: Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Business, Economics or related discipline Bachelor’s degree Engineering, an asset Project Management Professional (PMP®) designation, preferred Advanced MS Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project) Advanced English skills for professional environment, written and spoken Hydro-electrical infrastructure project experience is an asset. - Full project lifecycle experience (starting and closing projects in 2-3 years timelines) - Experience in distribution projects is preferred (overhead, underground work & civil work). In lieu, other utility construction experience.in underground or civil greenfield or brownfield build projects. - Experience in the utilities industry is preferred. - Familiar with stakeholder engagement (such as First Nations, other municipalities etc.) & permitting (MoTI) This role is an opportunity to work with a major crown corp with various complex and dynamic portfolio projects to round out your PM and utilities experience.Apply now
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