FLM – Contract Supervision

Bruce Power requires the services of an Augmented Staff person to perform the role of a FLM — Contract Supervisor

For the duration of this contract it is the expectation that the Contractor will provide the service of  FLM – Contract Supervisor for periods of outage only, with request to either stand down or return to service, with little to no notice at the beginning and end of each outage.

Scope for Work

Maintenance FLM, General FLM duties that apply to these jobs are listed below. Other duties may be required as applicable to the work.

Maintenance FLM expectations will be as per Maintenance Program document BP-MPRS-00001 ‘Conduct of Maintenance’.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

Skills and Knowledge

  • Demonstrated ability to communicate orally and in writing in a clear and concise manner, including technical report writing
  • Demonstrates the Bruce Power behaviors of “Uncompromising High Standards, Drives For Accountability and Results, Displays Good Judgement, Communicates Effectively, Knows the Business and Achieve Success Together”
  • Show commitment to and understanding of the Human Performance (HU)
  • Program, consistently promoting the Core 4 HU Tools
  • Strong leadership competence as well as technical skills
  • Demonstrates Leadership and understanding of our number one value safety first
  • Knowledge of BTU, PWU and Society collective agreements
  • Knowledge of EPSCA agreements will be considered an asset

Education and Experience

  • This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired in and equivalent to a Grade XII education with two years technical training or an equivalent Combination of education and experience in a related industry
  • A Mechanical or Electrical Apprenticeship or equivalent Training is preferred
  • Multi-discipline trade experience preferred
  • Five (5) years supervisory experience in Mechanical, Electrical or Civil Trade working on a major construction project

 

Fire Protection Specialist

The Fire Protection Specialist is required to apply fire protection principles to ensure that Bruce Power is prepared for, can respond to, and recover from those events which have been assessed as risks to Bruce Power’s nuclear, commercial and business operations.

The duties will involve supporting Fire Protection Program Manager in developing Fire Prevention Strategies, Documents, Checklists, Metric to be implemented by Bruce Power Staff.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

Skills and Knowledge:

  • Requires knowledge of fire codes and standards, fire prevention, fire protection and fire suppression systems in a nuclear industry.
  • Requires the ability to prepare effective recommendations based on findings, root cause determination, and past experience, in order to determine what course of action is required to achieve desired results.
  • A period of over 6 years and up to and including 8 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.

Education and Experience:

  • This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the completion of 4 years of University training in a Bachelor of Science Degree in Fire and Safety Engineering Technology training (Grade XII pIus 4 years) or by having the equivalent level of education. (Mechanical, Civil Engineering)
  • Requires practical experience working with fire codes and standards, fire prevention, fire protection and fire suppression systems in a large industrial or commercial environment to identity and assess the various aspects fire hazards. A period of over 6 years and up to and including 8 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.