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Training Coordinator Location: Chalk River (open to remote) Duration: 2 Months Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) conducts a wide range of training activities and has a diverse network of training resources. It is important that training activities are coordinated and tracked effectively and efficiently. Due to the industry we work in, all training records are auditable. The Training Coordinator provides administrative and technical support to the delivery of a broad range of training and developmental services to CNL employees and contract staff. Additionally, the training coordinator will be expected to communicate with various business units to identify training needs and assist with mapping out development plans within the Learning Management System (LMS) for teams and individuals. Education Post-secondary education, preferably in a human resources, administrative, or business- related field Experience 2-7 years related experience preferably working in an administrative or training environment would be an asset Experience with Learning Management Systems. Experience in using (ITSM) IT Service Management software applications is considered an asset. Abilities and Skills Accountable with the ability to multi-task, prioritize workload and respond in a timely manner to changing demands and scheduling requirements. Self-motivated with the ability to work independently as well as within a team environment. Skills in customer service are essential. Incumbent must possess a 'customer first' attitude and be committed to ensuring the needs of all customers are met at a high professional standard. Delivering services to customers promptly, with courtesy and providing extra effort and follow-up are critical to the department's business. Advanced verbal and written communication skills Proven ability of working under pressure in an unstructured environment. Strong computer skills. Proficient in using MS Office suite programs (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Explorer, and Access). Strong attention to detail, including self-checking and verification steps, is essential to mitigate any potential data errors in the LMS or when providing customers with reports. Functions and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Coordination o Responsible for assisting individuals/departments with training registrations/cancellations. o Provide support to course conduct such as classroom set-up, print/send course materials, Instructor and Participant invites, rosters, and critiques. o Respond to a high volume of training enquiries (written and verbal) in a professional timely manner. Data Entry o Responsible for maintaining records of course completion and learner attendance in the Learning Management System. o Responsible for proper filing of hard/electronic copy records and uploading records to CNLs Electronic Documents and Records Management System (ATOM). RELATIONSHIPS (INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL) Internal Relationships o Conversing and working with employees from all levels of the organization External Relationships Conversing and working with External Training Providers PROBLEM SOLVING: Course Scheduling, LMS and CBT Troubleshooting, Course Cancellations. LEADERSHIP OF SELF AND OTHERS: Self-regulate tasks conducted throughout the day with minimal supervision. EFFORT AND WORKING CONDITIONS: Physical and Sensory Demands o Long periods of sitting, long periods of screen time, lifting boxes of course materials. Working Environment o Must have the ability to flex working hours to accommodate the need to work early or work late depending on training activities and their start/end times. Must have the ability to effectively and efficiently work from a remote setting as needed.Apply now
20-077- Senior Technical Engineer
20-077- Senior Technical Engineer Number of Vacancies: 1 Level: MP4 Duration: 12 months Location: Darlington Job Overview The Senior Technical Engineer will support the Nuclear Waste Safeguards program level review. Responsible for reviewing documentation and the corresponding implementation plan at three Nuclear Waste Facilities including Darlington, Pickering and Western. Track non fuel inventories at Darlington and Pickering nuclear plants and nuclear Waste sites. Support asset management and equipment reliability initiatives. Support minor modifications as well as act as the support to the system engineering role. Qualifications BSc Engineering degree or Nuclear Physics degree. Expert in Nuclear Fuel & inventory. Previous experience as a Safeguards Officer at Nuclear plant, or experience in Nuclear Fuel and Physics. Must have experience in nuclear used fuel facilities. Managers Notes: Please provide candidates with safeguard duty experience.Apply now
Project Coordinators, Construction
Position: Project Coordinator, Construction - 4 positions available Client: Sargent & Lundy Duration: 12 months with potential for extension Location: Tiverton, ON Note: 4 on 4 off 12 hour shifts, rotating between nights and days 1 month at a time. Duties & Responsibilities: The Project Coordinator is part of the MCR team interacting directly with internal stakeholders and other contributing parties involved in the delivery of Asset Management related projects 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, 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; Supporting the Project Manager as required; and Review Assigned Projects P6 work schedules to interface with the Project Controls Scheduler Skills & Experience: 5 years+ of experience supporting Project Managers in the delivery complex construction 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 the Nuclear industry is an asset.Apply now
Senior Manufacturing Engineer
Location: Maryland, Edgewood Job Type: Full-Time/Permanent Job Function: Operations Job Title: Senior Manufacturing Engineer Job Description Responsible for manufacturing engineering activities, corrective and preventative actions related to manufacturing non-conformances / issues, documentation, cost reduction, interface with engineering, quality, product management and, service, and training of manufacturing personnel. Supports LEAN culture focusing on standardization, quality, improved performance and increased throughput. Duties & Responsibilities Investigate and solve manufacturing issues as they occur; implement corrective and preventative actions. Champions LEAN culture and continuous improvement initiatives Create and maintain manufacturing job element sheets, test procedures, work instructions, and master process documents. Design manufacturing fixtures as required. Develop process and test protocols for automated equipment and manual processes. Fixture / equipment validation. Establish and maintain routings, control BOM changes, and maintain BOM configuration dates. Drive cost reduction projects to meet requirements of Value Engineering initiatives. Perform validation testing on new products and changes to existing products. Represent manufacturing engineering in all design review and stage gate review meetings. Primary liaison with engineering on new products and engineering issues Responsible for seeing that engineering changes are validated and implemented in manufacturing. Responsible for authoring key documentation required for stage gate new product process. Complies with and ensures department compliance with all Company, policies and procedures. Other duties as required. Diversity & Inclusion We believe that different perspectives and backgrounds are what make a company flourish. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, economic status, disability, age, or any other legally protected characteristics. We are proud to be an inclusive company with values grounded in equality and ethics, where we celebrate, support, and embrace diversity. The Individual BS Engineering or degree in a similar field of study. 10+ years related experience in a discreet manufacturing environment. Ideal experience includes extensive hands-on experience troubleshooting electro-mechanical systems to sub-assembly level and/or electronic instruments and systems to a component level on printed circuit board assemblies. Experience in technical writing or writing quality procedures or process procedures or assembly instructions. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Advanced computer skills including Excel, Microsoft Word and Outlook; CAD based systems; SAP or equivalent) is preferred. Ability to read and generate schematics and mechanical drawings. Familiarity with test equipment for troubleshooting and validation (Min. - oscilloscope and multimeter). Understanding of Lean Manufacturing principles. Ability to work effectively under pressure, and successfully manage multiple projects, priorities, and responsibilities. The individual's primary workplace is located in the Edgewood production facility, there are no exposures to unusual elements. The individual is chartered to work closely with unionized production associates which necessitates being mindful of the rules of the Collective Bargaining Agreement - including respecting Union work. This position requires access to ITAR, EAR, and Department of State or Department of Commerce controlled information and routine access to a cleared facility. Applicant must be a U.S. Person (citizen, green card holder or other permanent resident or protected resident); U.S. Citizen preferred.Apply now
Director of Total Rewards
Director, Total Rewards Reporting to the General Manager, Human Resources Location: Chalk River, ON Must be eligible for Site Access Security clearance (five years traceable history). The Director, Total Rewards reports to the General Manager of Human Resources. As a key member of the Human Resources team, the role is responsible for overall Total Rewards and compensation strategy, including the development and execution of all related functions and programs. The incumbent will act as a diverse team leader and change champion and lead the team through transition and process enhancements to keep pace in a fast-changing environment. With a small team the Director, Total Rewards will be accountable for total rewards strategy, benefits, pensions, compensation, merit incentive plan, career framework design and job levelling and evaluations, short term and long term disability. The role is also responsible for external reporting requirements around compensation, pension and benefits, and working with all levels within the organization to ensure effective support in all matters related to compensation & benefits practices and policies. Role Responsibilities: Strategically create, deliver, enhance and administer Total Rewards programs in alignment with the business needs, including salaried and hourly compensation, compensation design, incentive plans, group benefit plans and group retirement pension programs. Manage benefits programs both flex and traditional plans, including Employee Assistance Program, third party Disability Management program, and the development of applicable guidelines. For health and group insurance plans, lead annual review, renewal and annual enrollment processes in close collaboration with internal colleagues. Ensure regulatory compliance and management of legislative changes impacting the total rewards portfolio and processes, including planning for future/anticipated changes. Manage partners including internal key stakeholders and external service providers. Responsible for data management and reporting for benefits including cost controlling of the allocated budget for the benefits programs. Identification, definition and application of industry best practices as part of continuous business improvement. Drive annual compensation benchmarking, salary planning, incentive administration, and other compensation programs and processes both with the Board and with staff. Continually assess and recommend total rewards program enhancements or changes to management and the Board by studying employee requirements, industry trends, and understanding the business needs and direction. Support the Labour Relations team contract negotiation with scenario analysis and costing estimates that allow for adequate preparation and approval of the bargaining mandate, and informed decisions on union proposals as they arise during bargaining. Prepare and execute the annual merit and incentive process, including the calculation of the incentive plan bonuses, preparation of letters and bonus documents. Revise, communicate and administer pension and compensation programs effective across all levels of the organization. Participate and lead compensation reviews, discussions and programs with key leaders. Complete annual & ad hoc compensation & benefits surveys, and provide ad hoc review, analysis of programs and reports. Support the performance management process with respect to the merit process. Build and promote a safe and healthy, respectful workplace. Transparent and fair in all transitions, including staffing and day-to-day activities. Provide regular feedback, acknowledge success and the need for improvement. Coach, challenge, and provides opportunities with staff and programming. Ensures HR initiatives and projects are appropriately prioritised. Contribute to the development of HR policies and procedures. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: MUST HAVES University degree in a discipline relevant to the role and 10+ years of progressive experience managing compensation programs, benefits (especially insurable benefits), compensation programs and pensions in Canada. Extensive knowledge of Total Rewards strategy and program design and execution including health and wellness, benefits, retirement, pensions, merit, incentive plans, compensation design, and absence management. Familiar with the benefits-related legal framework and labor market practices in Canada including knowledge of regulatory environment that govern and impact total rewards programs for Federally Regulated employers. Experience with and knowledge of both current and planned external reporting requirements for compensation reporting and pension governance and oversight.Apply now
Senior Human Resources Manager
SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER PERMANENT INDIANAPOLIS, USA CORE RESPONSIBILITIES Provide human resource and business leadership, direction and guidance to support strategic direction and growth for assigned region Partner with management and employees to develop integrated solutions to challenges, work relationships, morale, and increase productivity and retention Analyze trends and metrics in partnership with the HR team to develop solutions, programs and policies Execute global HR programs to increase employee engagement Maintain in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance Provide Company policy guidance and interpretation. Assist in developing departmental policies as they relate to managing human resources Manage and resolve employee relations issues Provide day-to-day performance management and human resource direction to line management (e.g., coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary actions) Partner with management to develop and execute recruiting plans and processes to attract top-talent. WHAT YOU WILL BRING Bachelors degree (B.A. / B.S.) in Human Resources, Business or related field 5 years in a senior generalist role Talent acquisition experience Knowledge of multiple human resource disciplines, including compensation & benefits practices, employee relations, performance management, and federal and state employment laws, as well as OSHA requirements Excellent communication, interpersonal, written and oral communication skills Experience working in a call center and/or manufacturing environment is an asset. WHAT WE OFFER A dynamic and collaborative work environment Competitive compensation package Employee engagement events Career development opportunitiesApply now
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