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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
Meter Calibration Technician
Meter Calibration Technician New Brunswick Permanent Responsibilities Inspect, calibrate and certify dispenser/pump meters at retail and commercial locations. Perform minor repairs on retail petroleum equipment. Complete regulatory and compliance verifications on sites. Enter said reports onto company provided laptop. We offer YOU: Medical Benefits, RRSP program Paid training and course certifications. Paid vacation based on experience. Guaranteed hours Option to bank hours Winter incentive program Paid travel, meal and hotel accommodations Overtime after 8 hours each day and over 40 hours per week Company vehicle provided Work clothing Qualifications Ability to travel for 2-3 weeks per month Strong independent work skills Troubleshoot and solve challenges Use laptop with proficiency Ability to lift 50 - 75 pounds when needed Personable with customers and co-workers Clean drivers abstract and medical check Pass Criminal Background Check TSSA Petroleum Mechanic License would be an asset Measurement Canada certification would be an asset Must be Bilingual High School DiplomaApply now
Nuclear Contract Officers
Position: Contract Officer (multiple vacancies) Location: Chalk River, Ontario (this is not a remote position) Start Date: January 2021 Duration: 6-12 month contract Job Responsibilities: Works with internal client to develop contract strategies, scope documents, critical success factors and evaluation criteria for identified procurement requirements Acts as the client interface and enabler to deliver solutions to specific projects and client groups and provides procurement support, expertise and coaching, as required to ensure alignment with policies, procedures and applicable terms and conditions and to create a fair and transparent procurement process. Applies professional judgement using a graded approach commensurate to the nature and risk of the specific acquisition. Conducts market research to determine approach to market and identify potential suppliers. Establishes strategic relationships with key suppliers who are aligned to the company's needs. Identifies new suppliers, agreeable terms and negotiate supply arrangement where appropriate, including discount structure and volume rebates with the company's best interest in mind. Develops, in conjunction with internal stakeholders, and issues contract documents (RFPI, RFEOI, RFP, RFPQ) to market and manages solicitation process. Conducts Bidders Meetings with prospective proponents and key internal stakeholders. Performs commercial evaluation of bid submissions and prepares detailed procurement recommendations reflective of greater commercial thinking and contextually relevant aspects of the commercial and technical evaluations. Prepares formal negotiation strategy, leads negotiations and prepares related documentation in conjunction with internal clients. Conducts contract award process, including issuing notification of award, letters of regret and providing proponents feedback where deemed appropriate. Authorize contract strategies, award recommendation and issues purchase orders, within the delegated financial authorities for the position. Coordinates lessons learned meetings in a manner that captures and communicates any lessons learned as a result of the procurement process and / or market engagement. Ensures risks and opportunities related to the procurement are identified, assessed, mitigated and managed effectively throughout the process. Provides post-award contract oversight during the execution of the contract. Maintains comprehensive procurement files documenting contractual requirements and communications. Competencies : Post-secondary education in Business Administration / Supply Chain Management / Engineering / Contract Administration with 3-5 years pertinent experience or 8 years of equivalent experience with projects and / or construction projects. Knowledge and understanding of contract law, procurement practices / processes and tasks with emphasis on complex procurements where the participation of technical experts is required (technical experts, legal, quality assurance). Demonstrated understanding of contract terminology and contract interpretation, contract strategies, pricing models and corresponding contract risks. Formal training and / or demonstrated experience in relationship management, conflict resolution and negotiation. Experience with automated procurement systems preferably Oracle, MERX, Bonfire, Aviva ProCon and ISN. Requires excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and interpersonal skills to develop effective working relationships with internal clients and suppliers. Must be able to work in a team environment both within Supply Chain and with internal clients. Must be able to work independently, establish priorities in order to meet conflicting deadlines, and resolve conflicts promptly. Strong computer skills. Advanced level capability in MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint). Outstanding organizational skills and oral and written communication capabilities. Strong sense of accountability, work ethic and analytical skills required. Willingness to put in extra hours as required. Demonstrated ability to lead others through influence rather than authority. Maintain clear, concise documentation on all stages of the procurement. SCMA Certification or enrolment in a Diploma program is an asset. Technical background or demonstrated understanding of design / construction contracts would be an asset. Knowledge and experience with a variety of Quality Assurance programs.Apply now
20-098 - Senior Technical Engineer
20-098 - Senior Technical Engineer Number of Vacancies: 2 Level: MP4 Duration: 2 years Location: Darlington Job Overview The Senior Technical Engineer will provide installation support including the review of all field issues and dispositions for resolution. Responsible for interfacing between Projects and the Contractor to define field support needs, allocate resources, track completion and report on performance. Develop performance metrics and establish collaborative work protocol with parallel groups in engineering, field staff and vendors. Provide support and oversight to address Design Modification related issues: through proactive engagement and working with the contractor and the design service provider, evaluate, assess, categorize and disposition preliminary and detailed design engineering packages and all associated deliverables. Review design package for long lead materials and ensure materials are ordered. Prepare/review/provide oversight support for field initiated changes when required. Participate in, coordinate, organize as required, constructability reviews, pre-job briefs and work planning. Provide support and oversight during installation and commissioning: support in the planning activities for procurement, installation, commissioning and closeout phases of the project. Prepare a project installation and commissioning overview that could be discussed with operations/maintenance accessing. Capture/record lessons learned related to field initiated changes throughout the life of the project for better planning of the replication program. Obtain review and signature from stakeholders and authorized person for field execution. Organize readiness challenge meeting with stakeholder based on work plan. Coordinate with assessor, work week leader and other stakeholder for any emergent issues to get the work ready for field execution. Ensure all actions are accurately logged and assigned Verify that materials are procured and ready for installation. Track engineering actions, associated with the material supply. Identify procurement, installation and commissioning risks and work with stakeholders to develop the risk mitigating plan. Support Commissioning activities in the field and at vendor sites. Support for walk downs, issue identification and coordinate with construction contractor, OPG maintenance and operation staff to execute the field work. Communicate field execution status to all stakeholders and arrange to complete design engineering change close out action as applicable. Ensure vendors (Design, Supply & installation) actions are completed. Qualifications OPG MTL Qualified (or in progress). Darlington Fuel Handling technical experience an asset. Project engineering experience required. BSc Engineering Degree is required. Minimum 5 years of experience in a similar role required.Apply now
Project Manager Toronto, ON Permanent Job Duties Be accountable and manage the successful execution of a portfolio of projects in accordance with the scope, schedule and budget from start to finish Use estimates to create project budgets to reflect actual task structure and schedule Develop resource loaded schedule for all project with the Master Schedule Ensure production is reported accurately using B2W Track Provide direction to the Project Coordinator and give them required information for execution of duties Oversee subcontracts and the purchase of material(s), including approval of subcontractor invoices Direct the activities of and monitor the performance of subcontractors Attend various start-up, progression and close-out in-house and client meetings as required Work with the Superintendents and Health & Safety department to develop and maintain safety and quality control plans and programs Ensure all projects are completed with worker Health and Safety as the utmost priority; Ensure compliance with Regional (provincial and territorial) and other regulatory authorities Ensure compliance with overall in-house and client Health and Safety Policy and Programs Review project contracts and negotiate revisions, changes and additions to contractual agreements with consultants, clients, suppliers and subcontractors Manage client relationship and expectations in cooperation with the Vice President, Business Operations, In cooperation with Superintendent forecast project resource requirements. Complete a cost/revenue projection for all projects and update/review Senior Project Leader at least monthly Review project financials daily and monitor progress against established plans. Complete monthly progress billing for all projects Prepare weekly operating report and present to Senior Project Leader Weekly Meet with site foremen at least 2 times per week and use execution control tools to monitor productivity and create action plans to address variances Requirements College, University or equivalent work experience in a related discipline (i.e. Construction/Project Management) Minimum of 5 years' project management experience, with a minimum of 3 years as a Project Manager for Demolition/ Construction projects Ability to analyze and evaluate complex problems and to plan and lead multidisciplinary teams to execute demolition solutions Knowledge of environmental legislation, standards, and guidelines related to demolition Knowledge of the engineering design, tender, and construction management processes and related contractual conditions for a variety of demolition technologies Ability achieve results through others Proficient in Microsoft Office SuiteApply now
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In 2018, world-recognized technical staffing group Morson acquired Canadian technical recruitment firm CTSNA. Over the past two years, Morson Canada and CTSNA brought together the knowledge and expertise of both organizations.
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