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Heath Physics Technician
Position: Health Physics (Radiation Protection) Technician X4 Location: Bruce Power, Tiverton Duration: 12 months Key Responsibilities: Solve radiation problems arising specifically in the reactor units at an independent multiunit nuclear station having three or more units, and assess on a continuing basis the effectiveness of such solutions. Formulate new or revised Radiation Protection Regulations for consideration, possible approval and use throughout Bruce Power's nuclear generating stations. Assist Supervisor in the operations of the internal and external dosimetry service at station or site and in the estimated measurement of internal and in the estimation of external doses received in unusual situations. Participate in the development of training courses and other training material and conduct such courses. Assist in the maintenance of a continuous program through reexamination of plant personnel to sustain a high level of radiation protection knowledge of the station. Prepare routine reports on station radiological conditions and assist in the preparation of reports for outside regulatory authorities on the radiation protection program in the station. Further, prepare technical reports on radiation protection experience at the station. Investigate non-routine radiation protection problems and make recommendations as to their resolution and assist Supervisor in environ mental radiological measurements made in the vicinity of the station. Carry out radiation investigations and duties, such as the controlling of the transfer of radioactive material from the station. Interpret regulations and policy and provide technical assistance in health physics to the operations group and approve radiation protection methods and equipment. At the request of the Supervisor provide information and advice to design groups for design changes which will improve radiation protection at the nuclear station. Perform other duties as required. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: A sound knowledge of biology, chemistry, physics, health physics or nuclear engineering and appropriate related mathematics as necessary to understand and apply radiation protection principles and theories General knowledge of radiation protection principles and theories and of the design and operation of CANDU nuclear stations Demonstrated ability to solve problems, work on jobs with tight deadlines and conflicting priorities Demonstrated ability to influence others without having direct authority Good facility in written and oral English to write procedures and reports, to deliver training and make presentations to all levels of staff Preference for knowledge and skills in software management and development. Education and Experience: Four-year University Degree in the area of Science or Engineering or other relevant discipline (Health Physics, Medical Physics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Nuclear Engineering, Engineering Physics, etc.) is required. A period of over 6 years of relevant experience is required.Apply now
20-024- Project Engineer
20-024- Project Engineer Number of Vacancies: 6 Level: MP2, MP3, MP4 Duration: 12 months Location: Darlington Job Overview The scope of work entails providing project management support to assigned projects. This includes: Manage Engineer Procure Construct (EPC) projects from inception through closeout. Manage cost and schedule, and administer EPC contracts. Review invoices and track purchase orders as per approved budget. Provide Project oversight to EPC vendors to ensure projects meet requirements with respect to budget, schedule, safety, and quality. Perform any required liaising activities between OPG and vendor stakeholders. Manage risks and mitigation plans, maintain a risk register for assigned projects. Develop business case summaries to request funds for assigned projects. Develop monthly forecasts for the project life cycle. Interface with the station and integrate work into Online/Outage schedule. Write installation and commissioning work plans to support field execution. Qualifications Experience in the project management of station modifications in Nuclear Facilities, with an emphasis on activities related to installation, commissioning, risk management and cost & schedule management. Four-year university education in Engineering or by having the equivalent level of education/experience, or demonstrated experience in writing installation and commissioning work plans. Experience at Darlington site is considered an asset. Project management experience and a demonstrated ability to provide project oversight. Experience within the Nuclear Industry, preferably Nuclear Power Plant (OPG experience is an asset). Experience in project engineering, MTL/FTL experience in installation and commissioning of modifications. Ability to prepare coordinate estimates, schedules, execution plans, contracting strategies, business planning, forecasting. Demonstrated Knowledge of ECC process (change control process not necessarily OPG's processes). A combination of Work planning, MTL/FTL experience, project management, and risk management skills.Apply now
20-100 - Contracts Coordinator
20-100 - Contracts Coordinator Please note this position requires shift work which will vary between a 48 and 60 hour work week. This is 4 12-hour shifts on, followed by 4 shifts off, rotating from days to nights every 2 weeks. Number of Vacancies: 1 Level: MP4 Duration: 3 years Location: Darlington Job Overview Provide oversight to the vendor partners based on safety standards as per the Occupational Health & Safety Act (OHSA) and maintenance expectations. Act as subject matter expert (SME) for areas such as Hoisting & Rigging, Foreign Material Exclusion (FME), Work Protection, and/or Space Allocation Transient Material (SATM). Build Positive working relationships with OPG and Contractors. Interact verbally with Contract workers to coach for improvements and praise positive behaviours. Assist Contractors to remove obstacles to help them be successful. Complete End of Shift reports and look up documents as required. Involved in the Look ahead Process as required. Qualifications Previous Field Oversight experience preferred. OPG Darlington experience required. Trades background knowledge in one or more fields. Maintenance and refurbishment experience required as well as knowledge of the station and refurbishment integration.Apply now
20-099- Senior Advisor Licensing
20-099- Senior Advisor Licensing Number of Vacancies: 1 Level: MP6 Duration: 2 years Location: Ajax Job Overview Support the Manager, Regulatory Affairs, and the Manager, Licensing Support, in acquiring the necessary federal and provincial permits, licenses and amendments for the construction, and operation of nuclear generating stations. Maintain the regulatory interface in accordance with governance including the management of correspondence and the management of regulatory commitments. Plan the application for licenses and amendments to licenses identifying the work to be performed by Licensing and by other parts of OPG. Coordinate the work of Licensing. Assemble and edit the components of applications prepared by various organizations into a coherent application. Monitor and report progress versus plan. Prepare applications for Site Preparation Licenses, Construction Licenses, and Operating Licenses for new nuclear generating stations and stations undergoing refurbishment. Manage incoming and outgoing regulatory correspondence in accordance with governance and regulatory requirements. Manage regulatory commitments in accordance with governance. Evaluate new federal and provincial regulatory developments, trends and directions pertaining to plant life extension and new build. Interpret federal and provincial regulatory requirements for plant life extension and new build. Prepare for hearings on applications for new licenses and amendments, and environmental assessments. Support the Manager in negotiations with federal and provincial regulators. Coordinate work with staff at sites and in the corporate organization. Communicate informally with regulatory staff regarding existing regulatory requirements, new regulatory requirements under consideration, and correspondence regarding plant life extension and new build. Coordinate OPG's response to issues raised by regulators. Qualifications Knowledgeable of regulatory codes and standards, and with their application to the design, construction, and operation of a nuclear generating plant, understanding of the relationships between technical requirements and regulatory requirements. Prior experience interpreting regulatory standards and requirements to identify issues related to licensing in Canada and to ensure effective implementation of regulatory requirements. Ability to understand the operating policies and principles of OPG, Nuclear, and to be generally knowledgeable of the interrelationships with the departments of the division and with the organization and operation of associated client groups. Must have a minimum of 8 years of licensing experience, preferably at OPG.Apply now
Engineering Project Manager
Role: Engineering Project Manager Location: Kitchener, ON Contract Duration: 11/02/2020 - 06/18/2021 Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM, 40 hours per week Department: Diagnostic Imaging Summary The Project Manager manages projects with responsibility for successful execution: Executes the project within the defined requirements (e.g. budget, time, functionality). Ensures business success and satisfaction of the customer and ensures professional stakeholder management. Ensures timely decisions on open issues, escalating if necessary. In the context of Engineering: Manages a network of technical specialists in order to realize customer specific components, systems or solutions. Coordinates the Engineering disciplines and the cooperation with involved regional Engineering units including their interfaces. Performs technical risk management. Responsible for technical risks and opportunities 5-8 years of PM experience requiredApply now
Project Coordinator Fuel Channel Feeder Replacement
Location: Tiverton/Bruce Power Position: Project Coordinator FCFR (Mechanical/Electrical) Duration: 12 Months with possible extensions Duties & Responsibilities: Support the project team by coordinating and organizing Assigned Project activities, resources and information. Provide project management support by developing detailed plans for Assigned Project execution for each phase of the Assigned Project, including total completion of the Assigned Project. Work closely with all project team members to ensure adequate project alignment and coordination is occurring at all levels. Provide input for updating the Assigned Project work schedule(s), based on progress while working within an integrated team environment. Monitor and deliver reporting on performance, track completion of work as scheduled, track status of actions for the project team, liaise between different areas of the Assigned Project, including internal and external stakeholders, and providing recommendations on recovery of the performance of the Assigned Project. Identify when actual performance does not meet planned performance in accordance with the Assigned Project work schedule and provide recommendations for corrective actions to the project team to improve performance. Support the Project Manager in scoping, planning and implementing Assigned Projects within the work program. Support the Project Manager in the development of detailed execution plans while maintaining the element of safety within a nuclear facility. Prepare other reports to provide information and data to internal and external stakeholders as required, with input from Project Controls. Support the Project Manager as required. Review Assigned Projects P6 (read access) work schedules to interface with the Project Controls Scheduler. 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 the subject Assigned Project scope 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 set out in the subject Contract, and manage project costs. Identify and implement remedial actions in correcting cost and schedule project deficiencies manage project risk and project changes manage project documentation manage project quality, including interfacing with field quality and technical services and constructability reviews as required manage engineering design services manage resource needs for project execution and field execution; manage the Assigned Project's contract on an as-needed basis; in respect of field execution, ensure the subject Assigned Project is executed in the field in accordance with applicable procedures for reactor, industrial, radiological and environmental safety and ensure compliance with Bruce Power policies and procedures; manage project closeout in the event the Contractor observes a health and safety violation, the Contractor will inform the Bruce Power Senior Program Manager immediately. Skills & Experience: Degree or Diploma in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering 5 years+ of experience supporting Project Managers in the delivery complex projects. Proficient in Primavera P6 and MS Office (excel, word, etc). Strong experience in and knowledge of the heavy industrial and construction projects 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. 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 skills Work experience in nuclear is an asset.Apply now
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