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Radiation Protection Manager
Radiation Protection Manager Location: Toronto Vacancies: 1 Duration: Full-time Permanent ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Manage and supervise staff performing radiation shielding calculations and develop basic computer models to assess hazard profiles Maintain an accurate accounting of dose accumulation by Job, Task and Individual. Prepare and review ALARA plans including planned and abnormal or upset conditions Review design descriptions, details and recommend worker dose reduction strategies Manage the Radiation Protection Program in partnership with the License Holder on behalf of the business All other duties as assigned by the functional management Experience in generating key performance indicator and establish rigorous reporting protocols that meet all requirements of the contract, corporate standards, and site-specific protocols Work in partnership with Facilities and Project Management in Sheridan Park and Montecourte to ensure safe outcomes and quality work environment Provide clear expectations and performance measures, meaningful feedback, and recognize and reward achievements. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Demonstrated 5+ years’ experience is managing and supervising nuclear professionals and crafts in a leadership role. Experience in supervising professional staff Excellent organizational, oral- and written-communication, and customer relationship skills. Undergraduate degree in Health Physics or equivalent. Experience in dealing with a large organization to address broad scope radiation safety needs Experience in applying high radiation safety standards expected in the nuclear power plants Effective communication of the radiation safety compliance requirements to the organization. Ability to effectively address worker radiation safety concerns by explaining program application requirements and safety principles. Experience in overseas material shipment is considered an asset. Ability to support and manage positive working environment for the team and relevant stakeholders Ability to expand a strong team through recruiting, interviewing, and/or selecting staff with the appropriate skills and establishing training and development to support project execution.Apply now
Technical Project Lead (Kelowna or Ottawa)
We are currently looking for an Aviation Project Lead Engineer to join our team! You will be joining a company that is the world’s premier provider of solutions for the business of aviation. They provide innovative technology solutions to some of the world’s largest organizations. Responsibilities: Planning and forecasting of the engineering aspects of a project including preparing engineering estimates and development plans. Execute the engineering development plan and provide technical leadership of engineering project team. Maintain the engineering work standards and processes. Ongoing evaluation of technical risk, mitigation, and contingency. Liaison with key stakeholders in the design process; including but not limited to technical team members (hardware, embedded software, systems), internal company stakeholders (Sales, Program Management), design approval representatives, Transport Canada, customers, external program managers, sub-contractors. Engineering status reporting to stakeholders. Assist with development of compliance documentation including certification plans, system safety assessments, equipment qualification reports, certification test plans, etc. Complete technical reviews of the project team’s deliverables to ensure designs and documents are complete, correct, conform to company & industry standards, and meet the requirements of the project and systems requirements. Provide system integration, troubleshooting and support as required. QUALIFICATIONS: Systems Engineer with 5-7 years’ experience in aerospace development projects/programs. A minimum of 7 years’ experience in hardware or software design in the field of avionics products using development process and designing to quality standards (such as RTCA/DO-254, DO-160, DO-178C). Engineering Degree from an accredited University (Aerospace, Avionics, Computer or Electrical) or equivalent industry experience. Technical leadership skills and the ability to communicate effectively with interdisciplinary project teams. Demonstrated technical and creative problem-solving skills. Adept at requirements analysis. Understanding of electrical, embedded software & avionics principles. Must be capable of complete project documentation and assistance in certification efforts, as required. Demonstrated knowledge of project and product lifecycle. PREFERRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: Professional Engineer designation or eligibility is considered an asset. Working knowledge of FAA TSO, FARs, AC and STC regulations and procedures an asset. Experience in cybersecurity DO-326A is considered an asset. Experience in satellite communications considered an asset.Apply now
Director, Standpipes Bunkers and Waste Retrieval Systems (SBWRS)
Director, Standpipes Bunkers and Waste Retrieval Systems (SBWRS) Duration: 6 months Number of Employees Supervised: 6-10 Location: Chalk River, Ontario Synopsis of Role: The SBWRS Project is a first of a kind application to Intermediate Level Waste (ILW) removal from in ground standpipes and concrete Bunlers from the WL site. The project includes waste removal from ~171 in ground stand pipes, and ~7 ILW storage binkers, that are both buiried and partially exposed. The project will deply first of a kind remotly operated equiment for waste removal, charecterization, packaging, and shipment for ultimate interim disposal at the Chalk River Site in Onatario, CA. The project is comprised of ~16 subcontracted fabricators (in the greater Toronto Area) and other service providers all providing equiment, materials or services for the work. The equiment is currently in its final assembly and factory acceptance testing stage. From there it will transition into a integrated system operability testing phase (ISOT). ISOT will fully assemble all major systems and components and undergo a complete set of testing and commisioning steps prior to its dissasembly and shipment to the WL site. From there the project will enter into a joint veture with the prime fabricator, construction firm, and CNL to perform the waste removal operations at the WL site. The project also includes all site preparation related activities at the WL site to receive the removal equimemt. The project schedule is on the WL site critical path, and has a duration from current to ~2027. The Director of ILW Waste Removal with the Standpipes, Bunkers and Waste Retrieval Systems is accountable for the management cost, schedule, scope and technical performance of the project. They provide oversight and leadership to all functions. They will provide detailed reporting and communication on project status, with emphasis on timely identification and resolution of issues and correcting variances to plans. They will oversee the management of the joint venture contracts, as well as the CNL operations required to support the project. This position is hands-on and emphasis on developing strategies that will be implemented to achieve goals and objectives of the project. CNL Employees perform all duties in accordance with established health and safety and regulations/guidelines, policies and procedures (i;e; utilizing personal protective equipment as per safe work procedures); Notifies management or supervisor of all occurrences, injuries, illnesses or safety and health concerns which are likely to harm themselves, their co-workers or any other on the premises in a timely manner and in accordance with established reporting requirements. Education: Engineering degree or a Bachelor graduation in a relevant engineering or honours science discipline from a university of recognized standing Experience: 10+ years’ experience in nuclear decommissioning 10+ years’ experience encompassing, radioactive waste packaging and transportation 10+ years in a leadership role Experience and technical background sufficient to lead the planning and execution of nuclear waste retrievals and processing Demonstrated experience interpreting and understanding of complex project schedules Demonstrated business sense and financial knowledge to adequately plan, manage and monitor Division budgets to meet financial objectives Abilities and Skills: Must have a strong grounding in the technical and regulatory dimensions of nuclear and conventional operations and program planning, and demonstrated ability to apply regulations and standards appropriately and communicate same. Financial understanding is required to review and manage financial performance requirements in a complex organization, to ensure the branch operates within budget. Engineering background for complex mechanical equipment is a bennifit. Must be able to adhere to project budgets and schedules under pressure. Must be knowledgeable of, and have experience in the use of, procurement, contractors and Service Agreements Planning and prioritizations skills are needed to meet established schedules and deadlines. Demonstrated leadership to initiate and lead change processes. Must have proven director level skills and possess above-average communication skills (written and oral) to effectively direct and work with others. Highly motivated and eager to drive project to completion A working knowledge of federal and provincial regulations that impact on waste management, including those of the Nuclear Safety Act is an asset. Must have good working knowledge of Canada Labour Code and safety standards, or strong willingness to learn. Job/Industry Specific Knowledge: Familiar with developing site waste management plans and directing the development of long-range forecasts for all waste activities, including characterization, packaging, survey, transport and disposal of radioactive waste, hazardous waste, mixed waste, recycle waste, on-site material management (e.g. soil stockpiling), waste water management and municipal waste management. Experience with all jurisdictional radiological waste transportation and disposal regulations is required. Demonstrated business sense and financial knowledge to adequately plan, manage and monitor Division budgets to meet financial objectives. Familiarity with various elements of project management systems and the tools used to plan, implement, track, and report on project performance. Previous knowledge / experience with the workings and products of Primavera scheduling software, formal risk management frameworks and project scope breakdown and cost account structures would be beneficial.Apply now
Construction Officer - 18418
Construction Officer – BC Hydro Location: Prince George, Kelowna or Terrace BC Estimated Work Start Date: 27-Feb-2023 Estimated Work End Date: 23-Feb-2024 Rate: $88/hour General Description The Construction Officer Level 3 acts as construction site coordinator and inspector on multiple or large civil, electrical, and/or mechanical projects to ensure the work, materials, progress, and cost meet BC Hydro expectations. Experience and Role Accountabilities A minimum seven (7) years of construction experience or equivalent. Inspect construction work which may be on substations, transmission lines, and hydroelectric equipment by using excellent skills in inspection procedures and understanding of construction methods to meet deadlines and comply with building and safety codes. Ensure work site safety by prioritizing the safe execution of work and performing Safe Work Observations using excellent knowledge in safety standards and regulations to improve BC Hydro’s safety performance. Conduct or coordinate site testing, surveying, and estimating activities by using good working knowledge of engineering drawings to enable timely progression of projects. The potential working conditions may include adverse weather and working at heights or underground. Support contract and/or work order administration by collaborating with contractors and/or BC Hydro internal construction services to ensure that the work, materials, progress, and costs meet expectations so that projects are implemented as planned. Act as a subject matter expert by providing advice on complex technical issues to develop future capability at BC Hydro. Respond appropriately to internal and third-party construction inquiries by using excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills to professionally represent BC Hydro on-site, as assigned. Education and Skills Diploma in Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical Technology from an Institute of Technology or relevant trades, apprenticeship courses, or equivalent Training in contract law Excellent working knowledge of safety standards and regulations such as Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Standards and WorkSafe Regulations Advanced English skills for professional environment, written and spoken Locations and Projects: The current Portfolio is throughout the Northern and Southern Interior of BC. With projects located in various locations such as Prince George, Terrace, Kitimat, Stewart, Lillooet, Merritt, Cranbrook, etc. o Preference will be to candidates living in the Prince George, Vancouver and Vernon area. o Project types range from new, upgrading and retrofitting of Substations, Capacitor Stations, new and upgrading/improving the transmission line infrastructure throughout the province. Work Rotations: Work rotations are available based on location of the work and candidate place of residence. Most rotations are a 14-7 rotation with potential for 10-4. Local Candidates may be able to work a 5-2 however project schedule may require rotations for adequate project coverage. Travel and accommodations are paid for while engaged on work for the projects/portfolios. Must haves: - Completion of a National Diploma of Technology in either Civil & Structural or Electrical from an Institute of Technology or; Relevant trades apprenticeship course and Equivalent of seven (7) years of related construction work experience. -Additional experience in Contract Management is an assetApply now
Protective Coating Inspector - 18398
Protective Coating Inspector – 18398 Location: Various location in BC Estimated Work Start Date: 06-Mar-2023 Estimated Work End Date: 05-Sep-2023 Rate: $55/hour Must haves: NACE level 2 or level 3 certification Ability to travel to our remote sites in BC Excellent report writing and communication skills. 7 to 10 years in the coating industry. Nice to have: Good people skills.Apply now
Numerical Modeler for Geotechnical Analysis - 18457
Numerical Modeler for Geotechnical Analysis – 18457 Location: Edmonds- BC Estimated Work Start Date: 27-Feb-2023 Estimated Work End Date: 27-Feb-2024 Rate: $80/hour to $110/hour Additional Experience and Role Accountabilities: Prepare project documentation and deliverables in accordance with BC Hydro project and Engineering Design Practices (i.e., evaluation reports, technical specifications, proposals, estimates, design basis', calculations, hazard logs, test plans). Plan and coordinate projects including preparation of project plans, design basis, field reviews and project reports, and specifications. Prepare signed/sealed engineering deliverables as Professional of Record (PoR) in accordance with EGBC and BC Hydro Design Practices. Provide technical assistance and construction support in the field and undertake field reviews as required by EGBC. Prepare engineering analysis and design deliverables in accordance with BC Hydro Design Practices. Provide technical assistance and construction field support and undertake field reviews. Site investigation planning, supervision and inspection for stations and dams including layout of drill holes, test pits, specification of test requirements, preparation and implementation of interim dam safety risk management plans, in-situ testing, logging of soils and rock, collecting samples, and the installation of instrumentation etc. Collection, analysis and interpretation of data obtained from site investigations and other published sources, including survey data, LiDAR, satellite imagery, GIS, soil maps, papers, reports, etc. Characterize soil sites into units and estimates engineering parameters for design based on the geologic history, site investigation data, and other published sources. Perform stability and seepage analyses of embankments, slopes and excavations Perform embankment dam design and performance assessment, filter compatibility, internal erosion, potential failure modes identification, rip rap and erosion protection, dam characterization, dam construction, dam surveillance and emergency response. Design of geotechnical instrumentation and field installation. Knowledge of both conventional and remote sensing techniques including: weirs, inclinometers and earth pressure cells, fibre optic sensors, Automatic Data Acquisition Systems, downhole and crosshole seismic, SP, distributed temperature monitoring, etc. Design of ground improvement and grouting programs. Knowledge of grouting techniques for improvement of soil properties and permeability reduction including: grout mix design, tremie grouting, compaction grouting, jet grouting, grout curtains, cut off walls, void filling, dam foundation grouting, grout monitoring and control techniques. Design of shallow foundations, retaining walls and soil anchors. Understanding of geotechnical earthquake engineering and seismic hazard, liquefaction potential, seismic and deformation analysis of embankment dams, slopes, retaining structures, foundations etc. Site supervision of earthwork construction. Spatial analysis and assessment of geotechnical data in GIS. Other miscellaneous services of a geotechnical engineering nature. Document review for the development of 3D CADD and GIS models. Additional Education and Skills Degree in Geotechnical, Geological or Civil Engineering. Valid British Columbia Class 5 driver’s license. Currently registered as a Professional Engineer with the Engineers and Geoscientists BC (EGBC). Knowledge and experience in geotechnical engineering including: Soil mechanics Site investigation In-situ testing and lab testing Deformation and seepage analyses Dam engineering, design and analysis Dam performance assessment Dam surveillance Geotechnical instrumentation and monitoring Grouting and ground improvement Seismic hazard, and geotechnical earthquake engineering. Foundation design Retaining wall design Seepage and groundwater transport Slope stability, design foundations, Design of drainage and dewatering systems, etc. Education and Skills: University graduate in applied science or engineering 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 Familiarity with CAD systems and drawing standards Ability to use standard industry design/analysis software Intermediate MS Office skills (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) Intermediate English skills for professional environment, written and spoken Requirements: Working knowledge of relevant software, including Rocscience products (RS2, RocFall. Dips, etc., Geoslope (Slope/w, Seep/w, etc.), FLAC, PLAXIS,VERSAT, FEFLOW, MODFLOW, etc. Ability to work independently, exercising judgment and initiative with limited supervision. Ability to analyze and resolve challenging and unusual engineering problems by incorporating innovative design and/or analysis methods. Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills and the ability to work in a team environment. Strong proficiency of both written and oral communication in English and be able to prepare well-written technical reports and clearly present work to an audience. Ability to provide technical directions to junior engineers Ability to manage design tasks including scope, schedule and cost Ability to find engineering solutions that add value and to reach consensus Ability to communicate efficiently including verbal and technical writing in the English language, analytical, interpersonal communications and presentation skills Experience in project management including estimating, cost control, and project administration Must haves: - Master of Applied Sciences in Geotechnical Engineering - 3 years and up of experience in the numerical modelling related to geotechnical engineering. - Class 5 driver's license in good standing - Registered Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) with Engineers & Geoscientists BC. - Please refer to Work assignment requirements for detailed description. Assets: - Knowledge of programs on multiple platforms - Analyzing embankment damsApply now
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