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20-088- Cost & Scheduling Analyst
20-088- Cost & Scheduling Analyst Number of Vacancies: 2 Level: MP4 Duration: 12 months Location: Darlington Job Overview Provide Oversight for the Darlington Nuclear Refurbishment (DNR) Project P6 schedules Development of DNR Project P6 schedules. Participate in schedule reviews and in the coordination of work meetings. Coordinate work and represent the client schedule integration team for all rollouts to vendor teams for alignment. Manage baselines and implement corrective actions/change control where required. Ensure project schedules are in full alignment to the overall program through standardized business rules/requirements. Prepare project documentation to support project managers/project directors. Provide quality reviews on schedule plans to ensure project schedules are realistic and achievable. Qualifications Bachelor of Science in the areas of engineering, project management/controls, or computer science is required. PMP preferred but not required. Experience using Primavera P6 software to manage project related work (8-10 years of P6 experience). Experience integrating schedules with different vendors/ sub- contractors for mega infrastructure projects.Apply now
20-087 - Security Training Programs Advisor
20-087 - Security Training Programs Advisor Number of Vacancies: 1 Level: Band H Duration: 12 months Location: Darlington Job Overview Responsible for the review and assessment of Security Training program documentation; such as but not limited to guides, instruction, governance, lesson plans. Ensure that such program documents are thorough, complete, consistent and compliant with the Systematic Approach to Training (SAT) as well as the expectations of the Regulator. Qualifications Qualified as a lead examiner, instructor and recertification trainer. Possess Systematic Approach to Training (SAT) based qualifications and utilization of SAT processes to identify and address program gaps. Qualified to support and facilitate activities of regulating bodies including the CNSC, WANO and INPO.Apply now
I&C Design Engineer
I&C Design Engineer Vacancies: 1 Duration: 1 year Location: Bruce Power Hours: 40/work Responsibilities Support various design projects for Bruce Power Qualifications I&C Engineer P. Eng. Mandatory Previous nuclear experience an asset 5 years experience requiredApply now
Start Up and Commissioning Engineer
Position: Startup Engineer Location: Office in Milton, no remote work. Some travel to Cambridge. Duration: 24 months Summary: The primary purpose of the SE is to provide dedicated engineering, planning, maintenance, and operational support for the respective piece of SBWRP equipment. It is intended for the assigned SE to follow the respective SBWRP system through its life cycle (final design, fabrication, testing, commissioning, set up, and operation) both off site in the Toronto Project Management Office (PMO) and at the WL site. The services are required over two year period in the Toronto area near Cambridge where fabrication and commissioning is performed followed by the possibility of up to a three year assignment at WL. During the work in the Toronto PMO; Periodic oversight of fabricating and assembling the equipment, components and systems in the Contractors/subcontractors facilities Overseeing the inspection and testing to confirm performance meets requirements. This system is considered to be a prototype system until the beginning of Inactive Commissioning Phase 1. Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) and Integrated System Operability Testing (ISOT) will be performed to ensure that all equipment and systems function as intended prior to commencing Inactive Commissioning Phase 1. The prime responsibilities of the SE in the Toronto PMO; Development of the commissioning documents as outlined in an overview of Appendix A and delineated in more detail in Appendix B. Commissioning consists of both an inactive and active stage. Inactive commissioning occurs in two phases, Phase 1 at the mock-up constructed at the fabrication facility and Phase 2 at the Whiteshell Laboratories site. The purpose of the commissioning activities shall be to demonstrate that the equipment can be operated safely and is capable of performing all required functions. Note: The system constraint is currently considered to be the SCU and Final Assay system, thereby sufficient testing replicating waste scenarios during commissioning is required to demonstrate the efficacy of the waste characterization equipment. The commissioning activities shall supplement the Factory Acceptance Tests so that the combined tests cover the entire range of conditions under which the systems or equipment are expected to operate, and demonstrate conclusively that the equipment, systems, and components, as intended to be installed at WL. In the Toronto PMO, the SE will report to the Commissioning and Operations Manager. Commissioning activities are to be conducted in accordance with commissioning requirements specified in Management System Requirements for Nuclear Facilities, N286-12 (R2017) and as specified in the program. Education The SE is required to have an Engineering Degree (Canada or US) ideally with an Engineering license (Canada or US). Experience The SE is required to have a minimum 5- years' experience in the nuclear decommissioning area, experience in commercial nuclear power plants or large industry where specialized equipment is in use. The SE is required to have previous mechanical equipment design and/or fabrication experience. The SE is preferred to have previous experience with radioactive waste handling equipment, and remote operated equipment. It is preferred that the SE have previous start up engineering experience. Abilities and Skills The SE will serve as the Work Planner, Operational Procedures and Maintenance SME for their respective SBWRP System. This includes performing the Ops & Engineering Representative role in the WL ECC process The SE should be proficient with AutoCAD and/or Solid Works. The SE should be proficient with Microsoft Office applications. The SE must be able to articulate design parameters into operational procedures, and provide operational oversight to ensure equipment is operated and maintained within those parameters. Job/Industry Specific Knowledge Practical and some fundamental knowledge of engineering application to robotic and automation systems, and techniques and applications in field of nuclear material management. Knowledge of Canadian regulation and standards and First of a Kind Equipment (FOAKE) applications preferred. FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Functions and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Accepting the detailed Inspection and Test Plan (ITP) and Verification Plan for fabricating and testing the SBWRS equipment prior to the start of fabrication. Reviewing and accepting the Inspection and Test Report on the fabrication and the ISOT test for the SBWRS, including the selection of the most appropriate operating parameters. Commissioning Plan to be developed in accordance with CLIENT's Commissioning Program, Program Requirements Document: Commissioning, 900-505250-PRD-001, Program Description Document: Commissioning, 900-505250-PDD-001, Management Control Procedure: Commissioning, 900-505250-MCP-001, Standard: Commissioning Plans, 900-505250-MCP-001, Standard: Commissioning Specifications & Objectives, 900-505250-STD-001, Standard: Commissioning Procedures, 900-505250-STD-003, Standard:Apply now
20-086 - Manager, Outage
20-086 - Manager, Outage Number of Vacancies: 1 Level: Band G Duration: 12 months Location: Pickering Job Overview Support the Director Work Management, Director Operations & Maintenance Refurbishment , or Director Refurbishment Interface and Vacuum Building Outage (VBO) in achieving business goals and improving station performance, in the area of outage planning and execution. Establish outage management practices consistent with Ontario Power Generation, Nuclear standards, and business objectives. Determine scope and prioritize outage work to be performed. Approve resource estimates for outages. Approve the overall logic for safe and efficient execution of outage work. Establish appropriate schedules for outage work. Integrate project work with outage work. (Not applicable in Nuclear Refurbishment) Measure and report performance in scheduling and executing planned outage work. Identify and implement improvements to the outage scheduling process. Provide guidance to managers regarding improvements to outage execution processes. Review and maintain the station long-range outage plan. Ensure that outage plans and logics are in accordance with Power Reactor Operating Licence and Operating Policies and Procedures. Administering and Controlling the assigned budgets to achieve required outputs. Qualifications Requires a knowledge of physics, chemistry, mathematics, engineering principles, thermodynamics and mechanics in order to technically understand the various station systems, equipment, processes and work programs in use, and to facilitate the solution of maintenance and/or operational problems. Requires excellent verbal and written communication skills to have the ability to provide instructions and advice to various personnel, and to prepare clear, concise directions on methods and procedures as well as reports. Completion of a 4 year University Degree in related discipline preferred. Practical experience in the operation of a multi-unit Candu nuclear facility is required, as associated with the Nuclear qualification program, to become familiar with the systems, equipment, and processes involved in the operation and maintenance of the plant. Requires on-the-job experience to appreciate the interrelationship between the various systems, equipment and processes, and a sound understanding of the relationship between systems, equipment and processes as they relate to public and worker safety, in order to be capable of using this experience and comprehension to facilitate the solution of problems. Requires experience in a supervisory capacity to effectively direct the work of the unit. A period of over 8 years and up to and including 10 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.Apply now
3282 - Safety Specialist
Safety Specialist - Job Description Location: Bruce Power Duration: Till December 31st, 2022 Job Profile Summary Developing safety, health and environmental policies, procedures, codes and standards. Identifying and recognizing actual and potential hazards through field inspections. Assessing environments, tasks and other elements to ensure that physiological and psychological capabilities, capacities and limits of humans are not exceeded Responsibilities Developing safety, health and environmental policies, procedures, codes and standards. Identifying and recognizing actual and potential hazards through field inspections. Assessing environments, tasks and other elements to ensure that physiological and psychological capabilities, capacities and limits of humans are not exceeded. Consult with and advise Line Organizations engaged in planning, design, development and installation or implementation of systems or programs involving hazard controls. Assist in the development of work plans by the line organization to minimize hazards. Providing advice, guidance and interpretation in a function capacity to staff regarding safety, health and environmental laws, codes, regulations and standards and ensure compliance. Reviewing, compiling, analyzing and interpreting data from accident and loss event reports and other sources regarding injuries, illnesses, property damage, environmental effects or public impacts Developing methods for anticipating and predicting hazards from experience (OPEX), historical data and other information sources. Formulating and prescribing engineering or administrative controls. Directing or assisting in planning and developing educational and training materials or courses. Conducting or assisting with courses related to designs, policies, procedures and programs involving hazard recognition and control. Advising others about hazards, hazard controls, relative risk and related safety matters when they are communicating internally with managers and employees and externally when dealing with the Ministry of Labour, Workplace Safety & Insurance Board. Managing and implementing hazard controls and hazard control programs which are within the duties of the safety position. Directing, developing, or helping to develop management accountability and audit programs which assess safety performance of entire systems, organizations, processes and operations or their components and involve both deterrents and incentives. Preparing reports which communicate valid and comprehensive hazard controls which are based on analysis and interpretation of accident exposure, loss event and other data. Providing results of evaluation assessments, including recommended adjustments and changes to hazard controls or hazard control programs, to individuals or organizations responsible for their management and implementation. Establishing and implementing techniques, which involve risk analysis, cost, cost-benefit analysis, work sampling, loss rate and similar methodologies, for periodic and systematic evaluation of hazard control and hazard control program effectiveness. Developing methods to evaluate the costs and effectiveness of hazard controls and programs and measure the contribution of components of systems, organizations, processes and operations toward the overall effectiveness. Develop methods and establish techniques for field sampling and testing instruments. Developing methods which integrate safety performance into Bruce Power's goals, operations and productivity. Perform other duties as required. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS Skills and Knowledge: Sound knowledge in the areas of: conventional safety, industrial hygiene, ergonomics Ability to provide expertise and services in the major areas relating to the protection of people Anticipate, identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and practices Develop hazard control designs, methods, procedures and programs Implement, administer and advise others on hazard control programs Measure, audit and evaluate the effectiveness of hazard control programs Knowledge/experience in one or more areas of: Health & Safety regulations; standards, industry practice, due diligence, loss prevention/control, risk management Effective analytical skills Strong math and report writing skills Excellent verbal and written communications skills Ability to interface effectively with operations/technical staff, regulators and other stakeholders. Education and Experience: This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through a degree or diploma in Engineering, Industrial Hygiene, Ergonomics or equivalent.. Requires practical experience working in a large industrial facility. A period of over 4 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.Apply now
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