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Duration: 1 year
Start Date: March 1st 2021
Location: Bruce Power
- The Quality Specialist is responsible to identify verification, examination, testing requirements. The Quality Specialist shall have direct access to a level of management necessary to ensure that appropriate quality assurance and quality control requirements are implemented.
- Establish contact and working relationship with engineering, maintenance, operations and work management staff. Establish contact with personnel of other departments, supply/service agencies and local representatives of applicable jurisdictional authorities as required to facilitate the performance of inspection and related activities.
- Assist Supervisor in the preparation of detailed work plans identifying manpower and equipment requirements for performance of specific quality programs.
- Participate in training programs as required to achieve full capability within the various corporate safety and business processes necessary to function in the workgroup and its working environment.
- Coordinate work activities with other groups.
- Task and Work Order Assessing within the discipline of the job document
- Material Verification of materials within the discipline of the job document
- Reviewing project schedule to ensure that activities are scheduled properly.
- Anticipate and identify problem areas, informing Supervisor as appropriate.
- Operate software, tools, machinery and apparatus to perform assigned duties.
- Review or assemble Quality documents and coordinate input per Line management or project team.
- Communicate on a regular basis with stakeholders on matters pertaining to completion status.
- Provide completion assurance review and review of vendor history docket.
- Provide regular status updates back to FLM, Engineering, Work Management and the project team.
- Escalate issues/ concerns in a timely basis to ensure adequate awareness of the status of the work.
- Submit Condition Records to document all issues during the preparation, installation or commissioning phases of the project lifecycle.
- Individual may work as an individual or as a member of a project or a functional team.
- Monitor field execution of work to ensure there is adequate oversight of the protection and maintenance of installed equipment during construction.
- Perform other duties as required
- Requires knowledge normally acquired either through the completion of Grade XII in a Secondary,
- Commercial or Technical School plus a two-year course of concentrated study in appropriate subjects obtained in an accredited College of Applied Arts and Technology, Polytechnic Institute or Community College for Civil Engineering Technician.
- Requires knowledge of material science, industrial metallurgy, physics, chemistry, and industrial methodology related to the field of civil structures and components, in order to perform such examinations and the technical analysis of relevant inspection results.
- Requires knowledge of technical writing skills in order to prepare clear, concise reports and knowledge of the
- English language in order to communicate effectively at all levels with personnel
- A period of over 5 year up to and including 6 years of related field experience is needed to gain the required qualifications.
- Requires familiarity with large-scale nuclear generating station layouts, station systems and equipment, and plant operating processes