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Construction Manager - CCJ1JP00000224
Role: Construction Manager Duration: 11/06/2023 to 12/31/2024 Years of Experience: Senior - 10+ Work Location: Cigar Lake, SK Work Rotation: 2wks in/ 2wks out 11 hrs per day - flights out of Saskatoon only Role Description / Key Responsibilities • Primary responsibility and accountability to ensure that all individuals on the construction site are working in a safe manner abiding by all safety program requirements • Oversee the execution of field work ensuring it is completed efficiently and effectively while meeting all contractual requirements • Monitor the schedule and productivity of work and work constructively with contractors and internal teams to drive improvements • Work collaboratively with the contractors and operations personnel to resolve issues and barriers • Work collaboratively with the contractor on all aspects of planning to enable efficient work to progress in the field • Coordinate field activities between contractors and the Cameco operations team as required Skills / Previous Experience • Previous experience as a construction manager is considered an asset • Previous experience at a nuclear facility preferredApply now
Nuclear Criticality Safety Program Officer
Role: Nuclear Criticality Safety Program Officer Duration: Permanent Salary Range: Up to $124,400/annum Job Summary: Synopsis of Role: The Nuclear Criticality Safety Program at Canadian Nuclear Laboratories provides the expert leadership, direction, and technical infrastructure necessary to ensure that operations involving fissionable material are performed safely, and in compliance with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission regulations for Nuclear Criticality Safety. Members of our team possess an equal balance of the technical skills necessary to perform criticality safety analyses, and the interpersonal skills necessary to develop strong, positive relationships with operations staff, and to work collaboratively with the team to solve complex problems. Qualification's: Minimum, a Bachelors (Honour) in Engineering, Physics or Science from a university of recognized standing. Experience: Technical experience in Nuclear Criticality Safety would be considered an asset. Experience in the nuclear industry (particularly in a compliance-related environment) would be considered an asset. Abilities and Skills: Ability to work effectively in a highly regulated environment Strong oral communication and interpersonal skills. Exceptional written communication skills (technical writing is a significant component of this position). Ability to develop and maintain specialized scientific knowledge of nuclear criticality safety including nuclear data and related libraries, processes and procedures. Ability to plan and prioritize tasks to ensure deliverables are met on schedule and to work both independently and in a team environment. Job/Industry Specific Knowledge: Proficient use of software such as MS Excel, MS Word, and MS PowerPoint. Proficient in the use of software such as MCNP and SCALE. Nuclear-related experience would be considered an asset. Functions and Responsibilities Keep up-to-date with changes in Nuclear Criticality Safety regulatory requirements and maintain expertise in the requirements for implementing Nuclear Criticality Safety regulations at Canadian Nuclear Laboratories. Interface with Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission staff. Review both regulatory and technical documentation related to Nuclear Criticality Safety. Support the development and maintenance of Nuclear Criticality Safety Program documentation. Deliver Nuclear Criticality Safety training to operations staff. FUNCTION 2: Interact with customers to provide oversight and expert regulatory and technical guidance and support (including existing operations, decommissioning and waste management projects, input to the design of new facilities, and emergency preparedness). Develop concise and unambiguous material limits and operational rules based on the supporting criticality safety analysis. Developing clear, logical, and well-written documentation of the nuclear criticality safety case. Support the development and execution of reviews and assessments of the Nuclear Criticality Safety Program. Establish plans to meet prescribed objectives and carry out activities in accordance with the established plans. Develop and author documentation demonstrating that operations involving fissionable material will remain subcritical under all normal and credible abnormal conditions. Interacting with the customer to ensure that the operations are well-understood. Interacting with other service providers required to develop the nuclear criticality safety case. Performing rigorous technical analysis demonstrating that all normal and credible abnormal conditions will be subcritical. This may include modelling operational activities and experiments using verified and validated computer codes (such as SCALE or MCNP) and performing post-processing and analysis of the results.Apply now
Commis d'entrepôt - Warehouse Clerk (Ville de Quebec)
Relevant du superviseur d'entrepôt, le commis d’entrepôt doit recevoir la marchandise, valider les quantités reçues, placer la marchandise dans les localisations et préparer les commandes d’équipements achetés en fonction du bon de livraison. Ta journée ressemblera à ceci: Préparer les équipements pour chacun des projets à compléter pour la journée; Charger et décharger les camions de livraison à l'aide d’appareils de levage; Placer la marchandise dans leur emplacement respectif et la déplacer en respectant les consignes de sécurité appropriées; Compter, peser, trier, emballer et déballer divers produits; Identifier les bris d’équipements et informer le superviseur; Entretenir les allées pour qu’elles soient propres et sécuritaires; Participer à la prise d'inventaire; Toutes autres tâches reliées au poste. Ton profil Bilingue: francais et anglais DES complété Minimum 2 à 3 ans d'expérience dans un entrepôt, un atelier ou une usine Excellente condition physique; Maîtrise de l'anglais de base, parlé et écrit; Habiletés avec les systèmes informatiques, dont Microsoft D365 (atout) Maîtriser la Suite Microsoft Office Expérience avec la conduite de chariot élévateur Connaissance des systèmes d’expédition Purolator, Fedex, etc. (un atout)Apply now
Electrical ADE/OE - Design
Location: Bruce Power Duration: 12 months Vacancies: 5 Rate: $50 - $80/Inc Requirement: OPG DE Qual or OPG design experience + preliminary design, detail design, installation/commissioning and closeout experience. To deliver electrical engineering expertise to power generation utilities and other customers. The specific accountabilities of the position are as follows: To deliver I&C engineering expertise service to power generation utilities and other customers Provide I&C engineering design and analysis for nuclear and other industrial plants Provide a high level of expertise in one or more specific areas e.g. control instrumentation assessment/design/specification of equipment and components; etc Perform engineering change design and analysis following established change control procedures for conceptual, preliminary, and detailed design phases Prepare engineering specifications, change papers, calculations, and design bill of material Understand and assess client problems and determine appropriate means of solution. Manage projects and act as design team lead where appropriate. Interface effectively with other staff on multi-disciplinary projects. Selection Criteria: Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical/I&C Engineering Proven track record in electrical design and analysis in electrical power distribution, including application to nuclear plants Strong knowledge of generating station power upgrades including necessary system protection/system stability and relaying Experience in performing condition assessments of electrical equipment such as transformers, breakers, switch gears, electric motors, motor control centers, generators and other power plant equipment In depth knowledge and experience of use of appropriate codes and standards, as applied to nuclear plant and conventional plants. Experience in project management and interfacing with and coordinating activities of multi-disciplinary teams. Knowledge of the life cycle management of electrical equipment. Familiarity with rigorous engineering change control processes and application of QA programs Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and have demonstrated a high commitment to quality. Excellent problem-solving skills. Experience in leading technical projects to successful conclusions. Good understanding of nuclear power plant design and operation. A Professional Engineer of Ontario (PEO), or eligible for PEO status, with a passion for engineering. Innovative, enthusiastic and ready to be part of our dynamic team. Knowledge and experience working with nuclear power plant (Bruce Power, OPG, NB Power or other) systems & processes, e.g. Engineering Change Control is an asset. OPG and Bruce Power Security Clearance is an asset Requirements: Must have nuclear experience, could be OPG or BP or any other sites OPG Design engineer qualification preferred, but not a must Must have Ontario P. Eng Work location would be East end (Pickering, Ajax) area, with some work from home on as required basisApply now
Construction, Project Coordinator
Construction, Project Coordinator Location: Sudbury, Ontario Duration: 6 Months to start, ideally brought on full-time permanent after Hourly Rate: $40 - 50/hour Per Diem: Yes, paid travel and housing when on-site Project: Dam Demolition Shift Schedule: 2 weeks on, 1 weeks off (may change as projects change) Start Date: ASAP Responsibilities Include: Assists in the project acquisition process Review of construction documents, specifications, drawings and scope of work Providing necessary project management support Daily and monthly project reporting Spreadsheet creation, input and management Conduct and coordinate site visits with onsite construction managers, supervisors and foremen to monitor the project progress, quality and production Liaising with Owner and Engineer or Record regarding onsite activities, progress and changes Tracking productivity of daily construction activities by performing necessary analyses Identifying possible risks or potential problems and assisting in their resolution while involved in a full range of construction monitoring QA reporting (witnessing tests, and verifying their adherence to specifications) Tracking deficiencies and work to define corrective action plans and close-out deficiencies Chair, attend and participated in meetings including weekly progress meetings and construction management meetings Qualifications Bachelors Degree of Diploma in Civil Engineering or a combination of education and industry experience Passion for working in the heavy civil construction industry Expertise with technical reporting, tracking, monitoring and resolving issues Experience in design, development, implementation and maintenance of project plans and corporate manuals Experience in QA?QC implementation and management Experienced in quality/safety/environmental field compliance auditing Strong leadership and training skills Positive attitude and flexibility. Travel and rotational schedules may be required depending on project requirements Committed to health and safety Able to switch quickly on multiple project both in the design phase and construction Able to build and maintain positive relationships with team members, stakeholders and communicate information effectively Experience leading and presenting meetings Ability to work in a fast-pace environment Strong Microsoft Project scheduling experience (or P6) Experience on heavy civil project in the hydroelectric, renewable energy, or transmission/distribution fields preferred Ability to travel for extended periods of time is a mustApply now
Wilmington, North Carolina, United States
Plant Integration Engineer - GEGOPA00142094
Plant Integration Engineer - GEGOPA00142094 Vacancies: 1 Duration: 18 Months Location: Wilmington, NC Hourly Rate: $52 - 85/hour Shift: Monday - Friday, Days Role Summary: Plant Integration needs contingent workforce support for the BWRX-300 project with experience in the development and implementation of a requirements management program to integrate the Nuclear Island technical design and interdisciplinary interfaces, tool implementation and functionality, evaluating and supporting complex issues within design, analyses, construction and modularization of Nuclear Island Structures. Specific experience should be: Knowledge of integrated design processes pertaining to requirements management (RM), requirements traceability (RMT), configuration management (CM), change control principles, standards, and best practices through the design, licensing, construction, and decommissioning life of the NPP. Configuration Management (CM) capabilities for Collaborative Lifecycle Management for NPP Requirements Management (RM) and change control application. Developing RM/CM practices, procedures, and tools to facilitate coordination and integration of RM//CM across disciplines and organizational boundaries for the HGNE UK project. Developing requirement hierarchy strategy and structure for the implementation of RM/RMT to capture the flow down of technical requirements from the Basis of Design (BoD), Safety Case Development, and EPC Functional Specification to the Technical Specifications and other design deliverables. Providing strategy for prioritization of BoD scope of traceability, using graded and stepwise approach solutions. Leading the planning and development for the integration of the RM/CM schedule across disciplines to ensure a coordinated work effort. Responsibilities: Provide knowledge of integrated design processes pertaining to requirements management (RM), requirements traceability (RMT), configuration management (CM), change control principles, standards, and best practices through the design, licensing, construction, and decommissioning life of the NPP. Establish global Configuration Management (CM) capabilities for Collaborative Lifecycle Management for NPP Requirements Management (RM) and change control application. Develop RM/CM practices, procedures, and tools to facilitate coordination and integration of RM//CM across disciplines and organizational boundaries for the HGNE UK project. Develop requirement hierarchy strategy and structure for the implementation of RM/RMT to capture the flow down of technical requirements from the Basis of Design (BoD), Safety Case Development, and EPC Functional Specification to the Technical Specifications and other design deliverables. Provide strategy for prioritization of BoD scope of traceability, using graded and stepwise approach solutions. Lead the planning and development for the integration of the RM/CM schedule across disciplines to ensure a coordinated work effort. Qualifications: Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, or Computer Science At least 8 additional years of experience in an engineering capacity Experience with Nuclear island, Turbine Island and BOP plant systems and with the associated safety analyses design bases. Additional Desired Characteristics In-depth knowledge of BWR plant systems, including Mechanical, Electrical and I&C design bases and interfacing design requirements. In-depth knowledge of plant safety assessment framework using approaches to design and analysis according to structured defense-in-depth principles to solve problems related to power plant complexity, over-classification, and cost. Experience in developing plant-level architecture design approaches and plant safety case justifications. Extensive industry experience with licensing of Nuclear Power Plants, including development of ITAACs to meet regulatory approval, including construction and implementation challenges. Provide knowledge of integrated design processes pertaining to requirements management (RM), requirements traceability (RMT), configuration management (CM), change control principles, standards, and best practices through the design, licensing, construction, and decommissioning life of the Nuclear Power Plant. Establish global Configuration Management (CM) capabilities for Collaborative Lifecycle Management for NPP Requirements Management (RM) and change control application.Apply now
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