19-046 – Project Field Lead 1

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Field Lead 1
Resume Due Date:  Wednesday, May 29th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 3 years
Location: Refurbishment Project Office (RPO), Darlington

Job Overview

Coordinate Resources:
Ensure schedules, and assessments of all work required to complete assigned tasks in the proper sequence and highlight the involvement of internal OPG and external vendor resources. Coordinate internal and external resources in a multi-discipline setting, including planning, organizing, scheduling, estimating, checking work, costs, schedules and dates. Provide guidance and direction to vendor partners, and hold them accountable for the quality and quantity of work. Handle matters related to the interpretation of drawings and specifications, access to work areas, conflict with others, technical problems, personnel problems, and resources needed, on a day-to-day basis.

Vendor Oversight:
Oversee pre-job briefings. Ensure staff are conversant with all procedures, safety and work aspects, expected cost objectives, production targets, availability of equipment and tools, starting and completion dates. Ensure that work performed by vendor partners meet drawing, specification and procedural requirements, and is carried out safely

Maintain Progress and Quality:
Maintain job control, hours of work and an efficient operation through daily field inspection of job progress and quality of work, and through an awareness of production results, time required to complete the work, schedule dates and current costs. Accommodate any normal or unforeseen problems that arise, such as associated with material, drawing or resource shortages, barriers to work area access, technical problems or inclement weather. Investigate reasons and provide explanations/reports for Manager on variances.

Planning:
Attend planning, scheduling, costing and other meetings on matters dealing with assigned areas of accountability for the development of schedules and estimates with the planning and control function.  Monitor adherence to schedule and perform look ahead schedule reviews to anticipate potential issues.

Coordinate Activities:
Cooperate closely with managers of other supporting work groups to minimize conflicts and ensure that matters affecting the continuance of work on the other shifts are communicated to the proper levels of supervision. Work with engineering functions on design changes to accommodate field conditions, schedules and estimates. Coordinate the arrival and delivery to the field of materials with the site, with the site Materials function. Monitor daily, weekly and monthly schedule dates, costs and workload demands, layouts, lead time, resources, work to be done in shops, task assignments by shift, drawings and specifications, materials and access to work areas. Determine the best course of action to follow, and prepare input to plans based on the above considerations and on other aspects, such as an understanding of drawings, work methods and practices for all disciplines as they pertain to various stages of the assigned tasks. Coordinate resources and support issue resolution with Operations and Maintenance.

Communication:
Keep Manager and project staff informed of all information required to facilitate job coordination, work plans, etc. Communicate regularly with project staff relative to priorities such as safety and quality. Notify Manager where schedule dates may be delayed.  Complete daily project oversight reports.

Maintain Awareness:
Keep up-to-date on work methods and equipment that may be of benefit to the role, and the business in general, and discuss these with Manager and project staff for input.

Qualifications

  1. Working in the nuclear industry in construction, operations or maintenance.
  2. Construction supervision and/or construction contracts coordination.
  3. Familiarity with OPG nuclear processes and systems including AS7, work plans and permits.
  4. Ability to review and understand P6 schedules, flowsheets, specifications and drawings.
  5. Has or can obtain nuclear security clearance.

Senior Project Controls

Do you want to work for one of the largest Nuclear companies in North Carolina? They are currently looking for a Senior Project Controls to support their facility in Charlotte, North Carolina.  If you’re interested and qualified, we urge you to apply!

Position: Senior Project Controls

Duration: Until June 2020

Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

Job Description: 

  • Individuals at this level are responsible for performing complex aspects of individual project estimating, scheduling, change documentation and cost control while reporting up to program or portfolio level with minimal supervision.
  • Workers are expected to develop advanced skills and to have the ability to work independently, with guidance limited to unusual or complex projects or issues.
  • They are fully competent in use of project controls principles and procedures.
  • They identify problems, develop solutions and take actions to resolve.
  • This position typically is assigned to projects classified as Green III or Brown per the Project Management Center of Excellence Project Profile Matrix, or may manage multiple smaller (i.e. Green II) projects.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Graduation from a four-year college or university – business, finance, project management, engineering, technical, or equivalent.
  • Minimum of 5 years of project controls experience.
  • Minimum of 9 years of project controls experience in lieu of a degree.
  • Proficient in project controls principles.
  • Proficiency / Expertise with project management / project controls concepts / computer applications / analytics; strong collaborative team member.
  • The Senior Project Controls Specialist may have relationships with individuals of varying levels in various organizations. Project teams of external Suppliers/Vendors.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Certified Oracle Primavera 6 Admin, Certified Oracle Primavera 6 Trainer, Masters – business, finance, project management, or equivalent. PMI or AACE certification (the following or equivalent are acceptable – PMP, CAPM, PMI-SP, AACE-CCC, AACE-PSP, AACE-CEP, AACE-EVP).
  • Software such as MS Project/MS Office Suite, Primavera, Business Objects, Prolog, Passport, Visio, Powerplant, Emax, PeopleSoft. Risk management tools / Monte Carlo analysis. 

Looking for Meaningful Work? We can help. 

If you're a technical professional, you know that it can be difficult to find fulfilling work that advances your career. At the Ian Martin Group, we exist to connect professionals like you with meaningful work at industry-leading companies in your field. And we walk the walk, too: as a Certified B Corporation, we believe in using business as a force for good for people, our communities, and the environment.

We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us at recruit@ianmartin.com. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

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Project Manager

Project: Fuel Channel Feeder Replacement

Required Experience

  • Strong Management Backround, ideally with mega projects in nuclear
  • 15+ yrs experience as a Project Manager in nuclear, ideally Bruce or OPG
  • Security cleared at Bruce Power or OPG ideal

Project Manager – Technical

Project: Fuel Channel Feeder Replacement
Detube Re-Tube Tooling and processes

Required Experience

  • Strong Technical Backround with Automation experience
  • 15+ yrs experience as a Project Manager in nuclear, ideally Bruce or OPG
  • Security cleared at Bruce Power or OPG ideal

 

 

Cyber Security Specialist II

Do you want to work for one of the largest Nuclear companies in South Carolina? They are currently looking for a Cyber Security Specialist II to support their facility in Southport, North Carolina.  If you’re interested and qualified, we urge you to apply!

Position: Cyber Security Specialist II

Duration: Until Dec. 2020

Location: Southport, North Carolina

Job Description: 

  • Workers in these positions are responsible for the development, implementation, communication, monitoring and maintenance of the NGD cyber security program as described in the NGD Cyber Security Plan (NRC).
  • This includes identification of critical systems and critical digital assets, addressing cyber security controls for each critical digital asset, maintaining cyber security attack mitigation and incident response capability and all other aspects of the plan.
  • Technical & programmatic knowledge in cyber security as it applies to the nuclear environment (cyber security program and controls, computer technology, plant systems).
  • Works effectively with defined direction and supervisory/peer review.
  • Performs moderately complex tasks Is able to present information on technical subjects in an understandable manner in both written and oral to teammates and clients.

Desired Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma/GED or applicable certification from an accredited institution
  • Typically has 2 to 5 years of related experience. 

Looking for Meaningful Work? We can help. 

If you're a technical professional, you know that it can be difficult to find fulfilling work that advances your career. At the Ian Martin Group, we exist to connect professionals like you with meaningful work at industry-leading companies in your field. And we walk the walk, too: as a Certified B Corporation, we believe in using business as a force for good for people, our communities, and the environment.

We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us at recruit@ianmartin.com. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

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19-045 – Senior Fire Protection Engineer/Officer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Fire Protection Engineer/Officer
Resume Due Date:  Thursday, May 23rd (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 18 months
Location: Pickering

Job Overview

  1. Provide technical evaluations and advice, solve problems and coordinate technical work as required, in a number of major work areas, in support of the commissioning, operation and maintenance of the facilities.  Receive assignments from Supervisor as well as identify potential problems and opportunities in assigned areas and/or systems in the facility. 
  2. Prepare reports to provide information and data in answer to external requests or for historical purposes.  Initiate studies or investigations where opportunities for improvement are apparent.  In some instances, these opportunities may be identified by the Supervisor. 
  3. Review proposals received from internal or external sources related to assigned area.  Discuss proposal with originator as necessary to suggest changes or revisions as appropriate.  Recommend disposition of proposal to Supervisor in writing for review and forwarding to approval authority.
  4. Prepare or help prepare specifications, for purchasing requisitions for material, services and equipment.  Follow up with procurement and provide necessary technical services during field installation. 
  5. Participate in training programs to further own development and assist in the development of others.  Attend lectures, do assignments and write examinations.  Develop training material and give lectures, and otherwise assist in training programs.
  6. May be required to gather and collate data for use in department budget preparation and to monitor variances to annual budget and submit to Supervisor for reporting purposes.
  7. Provide support for ensuring compliance with all site license conditions relating to CSA N293, CSA N393 and associated NFPA codes and standards related to the fire protection program. 
  8. On a periodic basis, supervise staff involved in the above activities by assigning and checking work and as required give instructions and direction.
  9. Provide expert advice, guidance, direction and assistance to management and fire protection staff, regarding fire hazard assessment, fire response equipment lifecycle and fire response personal protective equipment and kit. Provide interpretations of station compliance requirements with licensing codes and standards (CSA N293, CSA N393, NFPA, NFCC), Provincial and Federal laws, acts, statues, and OPG Fire Protection procedures. 
  10. Ensure all fire protection systems and equipment is operational and initiate appropriate compensatory measures to maintain compliance with regulations and station licence conditions where deficiencies exist.  Provide support in developing/ updating standards, procedure, Instruction and guides to ensure CNSC regulations, and code and standard requirements are adhered to. 
  11. Assist the Section Manager of Fire Protection Programs with fire risk assessments including review of pertinent system impairments, Fire Safe Shutdown Analysis and Fire Hazard Assessment information, official local information and fire codes and standards to identify credible alternative and performance based strategies for compliance with station licence conditions.  Develop response plans for postulated fire scenarios based on the plant safety report licensing basis.
  12. Develop and maintain an ongoing review process to identify any increase in risk from equipment, training, staffing or procedural deficiencies and recommend the requirement to modify the site fire response protocols to compensate for changes in the site specific fire risk.
  13. Liaise with site department managers to identify solutions to their support needs.  Develop and implement Fire Protection service delivery options to improve effectiveness and efficiency of the service to stakeholders within OPG. 
  14. Ensure CNSC correspondence is prepared to an appropriate standard and that all recommendations, action notices or directives are appropriately addressed with corrective action plans.
  15. Support the interface with external fire protection, and other emergency response groups, both internal and external.

Qualifications

Requires a knowledge of Fire Protection, engineering and economics to technically understand the operation of the facility.  Requires knowledge of Fire Hazard Assessment, Fire Safe Showdown Assessment, National Building Code of Canada, National fire Code of Canada and CSA N293 to evaluate and propose improvements to Fire Protection processes, equipment and systems in OPG Nuclear Stations and Facilities.   Requires a knowledge of English in order to prepare clear and concise reports and recommendations both verbally and in writing.

 

This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the successful completion of a four-year university education in an appropriate engineering field or by having the equivalent level of education.

19-044 – Design Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Design Engineer
Resume Due Date:  Thursday, May 23rd (5:00PM EST) 
Number of Vacancies: 1 
Duration: 2 years, proposed start date July 4, 2019 
Location: 177 Tie Road, Tiverton ON
 
Job Overview
 
Complete engineering change packages, calculation, specifications and design requirements in support of the Western Waste Management Facility.
 
Qualifications
 
1.    Engineering Degree (All disciplines will be considered)
2.    Diverse background preferred, candidates should be comfortable working on mechanical, electrical, or control projects to varying degrees as required.
3.    P. Eng and experience in Nuclear Waste or Nuclear Design Engineering are assets but not required.
 

19-043 – Senior Technical Engineer/Officer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Technical Engineer/Officer
Resume Due Date:  Wednesday, May 22nd (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 4
Duration: 2 years
Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering ON

Job Overview

This Job Description/Posting is applicable to candidates whose subject matter expertise is in one of the two primary nuclear safety analysis disciplines (Thermal-hydraulics or Reactor Physics).  Expertise in both disciplines will be considered a strong asset.

General Accountabilities

  1. This position is accountable for executing thermal-hydraulics analysis and/or reactor physics analysis, and operational support assessments for nuclear power plant to ensure safe operation.

Specific Accountabilities

  1. Perform nuclear safety analysis, including participation in multi-disciplinary projects.
  2. Prepare nuclear safety analysis work plans, reports, and other technical documentation in accordance with relevant OPG governance, CSA standards and codes, and CNSC regulatory documents.
  3. Provide expert advice regarding the Safety Report, and other nuclear safety analysis.
  4. Provide expert support to station staff in interpreting the Safe Operating Envelope and in evaluating Technical Operability issues and in resolving Discovery Issues.
  5. Procure and manage nuclear safety analysis services on behalf of OPG Nuclear.  Support the Smart Buyer Office function within the Nuclear Safety Division.
  6. Prepare presentations and submissions to the CNSC on matters related to nuclear safety analysis.
  7. Provide technical direction regarding nuclear safety analysis computer code development, maintenance, and qualification.
  8. Provide support and technical direction to OPG Nuclear R&D projects; interact with peers at other utilities via joint R&D projects supported through the Candu Owners Group.

Essential Experience and Qualifications:

  1. Requires a four-year degree in Engineering or Science at a recognized university or equivalent level of education.  A period of up to 8 years experience in nuclear safety analysis is considered necessary.
  2. Requires documented training and qualifications in Nuclear Safety Analysis for Thermal-hydraulics and/or Reactor Physics disciplines.
  3. Licensed with Professional Engineers Ontario or equivalent.
  4. Demonstrated experience in managing regulatory and licensing issues within nuclear safety context.
  5. Demonstrated ability to plan, prioritize, and organize work to meet objectives. Demonstrated attention to detail and accuracy.
  6. Demonstrated ability to achieve results consistent with the requirements for nuclear safety, quality, and timeliness.
  7. Demonstrated ability to work independently, take initiative and be self-motivated.

Essential Skills and Knowledge:

  1. Expert user knowledge of safety analysis codes in executing Nuclear Safety Analysis for Thermal-hydraulics and/or Reactor Physics disciplines, including but not limited to: TUF, RFSP, WIMS, RRS_Em, PhysicsShell, and SIMBRASS.
  2. Strong technical skills, particularly in areas directly related to nuclear safety analysis, and in management of technical projects.
  3. Strong technical problem solving skills; ability to develop innovative and creative solutions.
  4. Excellent comprehension, written and oral communication skills.
  5. Strong inter-personal and teamwork skills.
  6. Ability to co-ordinate and influence the work of others external to the Department.
  7. Good understanding of nuclear station systems and operations including interactions between the various processes and safety systems.
  8. Good understanding of CSA standards and codes, and CNSC regulatory documents related to nuclear safety analysis.
  9. Knowledge of the Safety Report and overall nuclear station accident analysis.

19-042 – Technical Procedures SME

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Technical Procedures SME
Resume Due Date:  Tuesday, May 21st (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 2 years
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

  1. Participate in the operational review, validation, verification and approval processes for new or revised maintenance procedures.
  2. Provide expert technical input into the content of maintenance procedures.
  3. Assess Technical Procedure Action Requests (TPARs) for completeness, work with the TPAR initiator to ensure the request meets the standard and ensures that the TPAR can be accepted or rejected and submitted correctly.
  4. Check all relevant documents and verify accuracy of references.
  5. Assumes role of document owner during work flow from TPAR acceptance to issuance.
  6. Ensure accuracy of technical content and review comments.
  7. Work with Technical Writer following OPG governance and guidelines to ensure documents meet OPG standards.
  8. Attend stakeholder reviews.
  9. Meet all deliverables and TCDs for documents assigned to them. 
  10. Maintain an awareness of current plant operating conditions and professional competency.
  11. Keep abreast of changes to operational and maintenance practices, plant technology and system modifications and equipment applications.

Qualifications

  1. Requires good knowledge of nuclear station policies and principles, hazards and constraints, maintenance procedures and station of radiation protection procedures.
  2. Requires good knowledge of operating systems and equipment, regulations and guidelines and maintenance methods and techniques required to safely and efficiently operate and maintain a nuclear power facility in order to review and revise technical procedures.
  3. Requires good written and oral communication skills to prepare procedures, information to provide advice, guidance and technical expertise.
  4. Requires good planning and work management skills.
  5. Requires good knowledge of the processes related to operating and maintaining a Nuclear Power Station.
  6. This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the completion of Grade XII plus 3 years further concentrated study in the Power Engineering field or similar for Nuclear Power Plant Operations or Grade XII plus 2 years further concentrated study in maintenance disciplines.
  7. Demonstrated ability to work well with other work groups and a willingness to accept and respond to constructive criticism.
  8. Experience as a previously qualified Control/Mechanical Maintainer is desired but personnel with a compatible level of experience and training may also be considered.
  9. Experience includes work practices and techniques associated with the operation and maintenance of nuclear plant facilities.
  10. A period of over 8 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.

Project Manager

Project Manager for Nuclear Projects

Summary

Under broad supervision, this position is responsible for securing and managing resources for moderately complex single product line commercial projects from proposal development and award through contract closeout. Responsibilities typically include planning, scheduling and control of project activities to achieve project objectives.

Major Duties

•Provides project leadership for major commercial nuclear facilities design, construction, expansion, extension, renovation or component replacement projects.

•Prepares project plans/schedules/materials to achieve project quality, reliability, cost and timing objectives.

•Utilizes approved project management methods and processes to execute low risk projects of existing technology and methods to meet client needs and expectations.

•Provides primary interface between project team, management and client.

•Develops assignments, timetables and responsibilities for team members for the duration of the project.

•Coordinates multiple project activities including organizing and directing personnel, materials and equipment; utilizes team building skills to ensure satisfactory project performance.

•Defines and forecasts needed skills to meet project objectives.

•Manages cash flow and ensures attainment of expected cash position.

Education & Experiences

BS Degree in Business, Engineering or similar field, or related experience in lieu of degree, plus 10-12 years of project work experience. 

Skills and Knowledge

Excellent knowledge of major PM plan development, implementation and administration including knowledge of sector and project processes, procedures and tools; good knowledge of nuclear safety issues and requirements ; Excellent verbal and written communcation skills; ability to work effectively with all levels of staff & management ; Excellent working knowledge of PC-based applications such as MS Office (Word, Excel, Project, PowerPoint) ; Strong problem identification and resolution skills with emphasis on "root cause" analysis ; Excellent report development and presentation skills.

Key Competencies

Conflict Management, Customer Focus, Timely Decision Making, Informing, Negotiating, Organizing, Planning, Priority Setting, Problem Solving, Building Effective Teams

Physical Requirements The employee must be able to :

– Remain in a stationary position, walk, kneel and crouch.

– Operate computer on a continual basis and communicate with various levels of the organization.

– Occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.

19-041 – Operations Specialist

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Operations Specialist
Resume Due Date:  Friday, May 17, 2019 (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 14 months, proposed end date August 7, 2020
Location: Tiverton, ON.
Project Title:  Waste Acceptance Coordinator Coverage

Job Overview

Be accountable to Manager as the single point of contact for Waste Acceptance Coordination activities within NWM.  Monitor performance in terms of progress and schedule, and discuss concerns regarding non-compliance, lack of consistence, best practices, etc., with Manager and pertinent stakeholders. Generate regular status reports.

Using operating experience and the knowledge of industry best practices, identify, analyze, and prioritize deficiencies. Monitor the effectiveness and currency of divisional procedures, standards, practices, forms, manuals, support documentation, etc. Recommend changes, prepare justifications, and prepare new or revised documents, as required. Carry out plant tours on a routine basis to assess procedures and standards are being followed, identifying non-compliance to same, implementing “on-the-spot” correction and initiating a Station Condition Record (SCR) as necessary.

Advise line management on long term performance management issues. Provide support and advice in terms of managing issues, which negatively impact on the capability and productivity. Consult with technical resources, and provide guidance to influence first line managers to accept same, thereby ensuring consistency of approach. Interface with various work groups to identify and trouble-shoot potential problems. Effectively contribute to the resolution of problems which, if not rectified, could result in liabilities to the performance and progress of the work; the planning of preventative maintenance measures; and, the development of business process improvements

Facilitate communications within NWM organization, such as related to business plans, training, and performance measures, to enable managers to communicate events and processes effectively.  Ensure information is passed on in a clear and timely manner

Act as a team leader or participant for various operations work programs related to Human Performance, Improvement Plans, Corrective Actions, Audit Support etc.  

  1. lead others on special teams including but not limited to Waste Minimization etc.
  2. co-ordinate the various aspects with other contributing groups;
  3. give guidance, instruction, and direction;
  4. report on site storage status;
  5. maintain quality, quantity and accuracy of work;
  6. identify training and development needs of staff as it relates to waste Operations;
  7. subject to approvals and guidelines provided by Manager, assist with the roll out of new material, equipment, and programs.

Maintain a working knowledge of applicable systems and programs and provide communications to all work groups in a consistent fashion. Provide technical assistance, interpretation and guidance, and attempt to ensure understanding and compliance to designated policies, plans and procedures  Keeps abreast of advances in operational practices, technology, or equipment applications

Promote and lead by good example, a conscientious work ethic with respect to safety performance and productivity

Provide input to short- and long-term planning initiatives, drawing on technical expertise and operational experience. Participate in the development, review and administration of the Self-Assessment program and Corrective Action program, analyzing and reporting on results.

Able to understand and work within a highly regulated and licensed industry.  Understanding legal documentation and requirements.

Must be able to operate as an individual contributor, requires self motivation

Qualifications

  1. Requires a knowledge of mathematics to perform practical calculations..  Requires a knowledge of English, both written and oral, to document maintenance procedures, experiences, and practices in a clear, concise manner, prepare reports, and to facilitate effective communications with others
  2. Requires an understanding of data entry, interpretation and analysis.
  3. An understanding of Low and Intermediate Level Waste Storage Operations would be an asset.

Reporting Analyst

Our client is currently seeking 2-3 Reporting Analysts who are experts with Power BI, Excel and DBA and are in general, analyzing and reporting pros.

Experience supporting large projects in the power generation industry ideal. 

 

Project Controls Specialist II

Do you want to work for one of the largest Nuclear companies in South Carolina? They are currently looking for a Project Controls Specialist II to support their facility in Southport, North Carolina.  If you’re interested and qualified, we urge you to apply!

Position: Project Controls Specialist II

Duration: Until June 2020

Location: Southport, North Carolina

Job Description: 

  • This is the intermediate level of the Project Controls classification hierarchy.
  • Workers at this level are responsible for initiating and completing routine aspects of project control assignments with general oversight.
  • Workers effectively apply fundamental project controls principles and procedures to work that is fairly complex and varied.
  • They have an understanding of associated project controls software.
  • This position typically is assigned to multiple Green I or Green II projects per the Project Management Center of Excellence Project Profile Matrix.
  • The Project Controls Specialist II is responsible for developing the reporting systems for project controls assignments related to Cost, Schedule and Estimate. 
  • This individual performs complex aspects of scheduling, individual project estimating, change documentation and cost control while reporting up to program or portfolio level.
  • This position supports the project management process by developing, maintaining, analyzing, reporting, and preparing critical path schedule networks as well as cost controls for the Nuclear Projects group.
  • Schedule details range from Level I Program Summary Schedules to detailed Level III schedules in an integrated Master Schedule environment, and may require Level IV Outage / Station Interface schedules on an as-needed basis. 
  • Assist with the project WBS development to assure alignment between the project cost estimate, project schedule, and project performance tracking system Ensure schedule governance requirements are achieved. 
  • Provide role/resource staffing plans for all projects and summarized resource needs for the department. 
  • Ensure project schedule quality for the department 
  • Provide comprehensive schedule analysis based on performance tracking data 
  • Establish and monitor effective schedule key performance indicators (KPIs) 
  • This position supports Project Managers and Project Directors on projects and programs of varying size and complexity 

Role Responsibilities: 
 

  • Development / Generate Periodic Project Controls Reporting 
  • Responsible for gathering, verifying, validating and analyzing data in support of project controls reporting.
  • Responsible for distributing and archiving project controls reports as appropriate.
  • In addition, provide presentation quality report and be available to present if needed to project team/management team.
  • Track and manage changes to the project scope, schedule and cost baseline 
  • Identify, assess, gain approval for, and distribute change requests, change notices and/or change orders in a manner compliant with internal governance standards and terms and conditions of relevant contracts (as appropriate) 
  • Lead team through audit reviews and reporting 
  • Oversee Project Controls Benchmarking and Self- Assessment Initiatives 
  • Assist in scheduling and carrying out benchmarking and self -assessment initiatives relevant to project controls and the types of projects typically managed by the project controls group.
  • Identify and communicate improvement opportunities, adoption of best practices and counter measures to address gaps in performance 
  • Ancillary Duties (to consult and inform) Assist the work integration team with online and outage schedule development
  • Provide scheduling support for outage vertical and horizontal reviews
  • Provide support to the work integration team for work control T-week reviews 

Desired Qualifications:

  • 4-year degree – Business, Finance, Project Management, Engineering, technical, or equivalent and 5 + year of prior work related experience or 9 + years of prior work related experience may be considered in lieu of degree. 
  • Project Integration Scheduling and Scope Change Management experience 
  • Strongly desired Masters – Business, Finance, Project Management, or equivalent 
    PMI or AACE certification (the following or equivalent are acceptable – PMP, CAPM, PMI-SP, AACE-CCC, AACE-PSP, AACE-CEP, AACE-EVP) 
  • Experience with Software such as MS Project/MS Office Suite, Primavera P6, Business Objects, Prolog, Passport, Visio, Powerplant, Emax, Peoplesoft 
  • Proficiency with project management, project controls concepts, computer applications and analytics 
  • Risk management tools / Monte Carlo analysis Previous Experience with PRISM software environment 
  • Capable of learning quickly, working independently and in a team environment 
  • Demonstrated ability to be flexible and adapt to constant changing of work needs and priorities 
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively drive result 
  • Demonstrated experience in making decisions, exercising good judgment and setting priorities 
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with management 

 

Looking for Meaningful Work? We can help. 

If you're a technical professional, you know that it can be difficult to find fulfilling work that advances your career. At the Ian Martin Group, we exist to connect professionals like you with meaningful work at industry-leading companies in your field. And we walk the walk, too: as a Certified B Corporation, we believe in using business as a force for good for people, our communities, and the environment.

We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us at recruit@ianmartin.com. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

ewemi

 

19-040 – Financial Analyst

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Financial Analyst 
Resume Due Date:  Wednesday, May 15, 2019 (5:00PM EST) 
Number of Vacancies: 1
Level:  MP3
Duration: 12 months, required immediately until May 2020
Location: Darlington and Toronto, travel between sites.
Project Title:  N/A
Job Overview

Financial Analyst

  1. Assists in the development of strategies, policies, procedures and guidelines through research, analysis and input from stakeholders in the area of general accounting practices.
  2. Maintains a professional awareness in relation to current accounting practice, GAAP and general business environment, the utility industry and be able to communicate impacts and implications throughout the business.
  3. Conducts investigations into specialized accounting areas or needs and prepare procedures to account for such issues that balance all stakeholder needs.
  4. Reviews accounting practices and provides a due diligence assessment as to the accuracy, consistency and appropriateness of analysis and conclusions being reached.
  5. Provides management reports utilizing financial systems and other inputs and assists clients in interpretation of financial and operational results.
  6. Ensures the integrity of the decision support process through support for the preparation and review of business case summaries.
  7. Participates in the development and implementation of financial information systems and procedures.
  8. Maintains and supports in-service financial systems within assigned area of responsibility.
  9. Analyzes system operating and maintenance costs, and recommends changes to improve efficiency.
  10. Gives advice, guidance and assistance to systems users on issues related to the scope of management system development, operation, and maintenance.

Qualifications

Education:

  1. This position requires a knowledge of business related disciplines such as: finance, business administration, computer science or accounting to research, analyze and provide input from stakeholders in the area of general accounting practices to assist in the development of strategies, policies, procedures and guidelines. 
  2. Requires knowledge of financial management systems to participate in the development, implementation and maintenance of financial systems.
  3. Requires progression towards the achievement of, a professional accounting designation (ie, CA, CGA, CMA).
  4. Requires knowledge of effective oral and written communication skills to prepare effective documentation to prepare financial procedures.
  5. This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the completion of 4 years of University training (Grade XII plus 5 years).

 

Experience:

  1. Requires experience working in a financial or accounting environment in a comparable organization to become familiar in financial analysis, controllership and financial systems.
  2. Requires business experience with accounting policies, procedures, strategies, guidelines, decision making process and structures to understand business unit plans to assist in the development of financial strategies, policies, procedures and guidelines.
  3. Requires experience with financial management systems to gain an in-depth and wide-ranging knowledge to participate in the development and implementation of financial information systems. 
  4. A period of over 4 years and up to and including 6 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.

19-040 – Business Analyst

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Business Analyst
Resume Due Date:  Wednesday, May 15, 2019 (5:00PM EST)                                  

Number of Vacancies: 1
Level:  MP3
Duration:  Vacancy #2 – 5 months, required in June 2019 until October 2019
Location: Darlington and Toronto, travel between sites.
Project Title:  N/A

Job Overview

Business Analyst

  1. Provide business and financial advice to FLMs and Department Manager within the accountabilities of the Department.
  2. Carry out analysis related to the development, implementation, guidance and direction in the specified areas of business financial management;  business planning;  budgeting;  cost reporting;  financial and accounting processes, procedures and systems;  accounting services;  internal control and financial audits;  benchmarking, including regulatory reporting;  variance explanations and year end projections.
  3. Provide regular reports on business performance measures including analysis of actual results or targets and measures in place.  Develop and keep updated a database of the measures and provide regular reports to FLMs and Department Manager.
  4. Carry out requirements related to the application and support of financial/accounting policies and practices.
  5. Maintain functional relationships with the Business and Finance areas within the Station.
  6. Provides advice and guidance on Departmental Business Case Summaries.
  7. Support integrity and timeliness of financial and performance information to meet reporting and management requirements.
  8. Investigates and resolves problems in the Department financial and performance areas
  9. Collaborates with stakeholders internal to the Business Unit.
  10. Support business and financial and related systems skill training within the Department.
  11. Assist Department Manager in analyzing work processes with a view to improving them to make them more efficient and effective.
  12. Perform other duties as required.

 

Qualifications

Education:

  1. Requires varying skills sets to accommodate each  function; however should encompass academic subjects of financial accounting practices, principles, and concepts; management accounting and control; audit, financial management including planning, budgeting and performance reporting, decision support systems, business economics, business policy, process benchmarking, information systems and relevant computer skills. 
  2. Requires good interpersonal skills and knowledge of communication techniques.
  3. This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the completion of 4 years of University training (Grade XII plus 5 years), or by having the equivalent level of education.

Experience:

  1. Requires practical application in the field of financial management and in the operation of business processes and systems including associated computer systems.  Demonstrated experience in one or two of the following areas:  accounting services, financial systems, internal control, planning and budgeting, performance reporting or benchmarking.  Requires knowledge of financial and operational performance reporting principles and processes at a level to be able to contribute to the production of information and interpretations of results.  Requires good verbal and written communication skills.  Requires demonstrated analytical, problem solving and decision making skills. 

A period of over 4 years and up to and including 6 years is considered necessary to gain this experience

CNC Lathe Machinist

CNC Lathe Machinist

  • Oakville, Ontario (Relocation Assistance Available)
  • Minimum of 3 years CNC Experience
  • Afternoon Shift (Monday to Thursday, 4:15 PM to 2:45 AM, 5% premium)
  • Permanent, min 40 hours per week
  • $29 per hour + opportunities for overtime
  • Company Paid Benefits, RSP Matching

Are you looking working with a rapidly growing company where you are an integral part of the organization and your contribution makes a big impact?

Ian Martin Group is working with a client that is a leading supplier of precision-machined components to the international nuclear industry. They have a great reputation and a proven track record of success. Everyone you will work there is passionate about the work that they do.

As our new CNC Lathe Machinist, you will strive to hit 100% first time throughput on setup’s.  You are not afraid to ask questions and will seek out answers when unsure leveraging the knowledge of those around you. You will have a high level of integrity and dependability with a strong sense of urgency.  You have a great work ethic and like to see a job well done.

Your tasks will include:

  • Reporting to the Production Supervisor and responsible for the operation of CNC machines in a high-volume manufacturing environment
  • Set up, troubleshoot and operate Lathes and Mill Turn CNC Machines as well as other manual machining equipment
  • Read and interpret technical drawings to verify parts, machine and production is setup to achieved conforming parts at the correct cycle time.   
  • May transfer CNC programs between CNC equipment.  Makes minor changes to existing programs in accordance with established procedures by hand at the controller.

Working with Ian Martin Group to Find Your Next Career

We’re a big company with a lot of history, but with a personalized approach and a genuine interest in finding you your perfect fit.  The client that we are working with offers a highly competitive wage with benefits and RSP matching plan.  They offer a great work environment where people have a lot of pride in the work that they do and enjoy the people they work with.

Qualifications

  • Certification of Qualification Journeyman Machinist (429A) preferred
  • At least 3 years of experience using 4 and 5 axis lathes, long lathes, and/or mill/turn machines in stainless steel
  • Manufacture precision-machined components working to tolerances of +/- .0002”
  • Previous experience in Nuclear, Aerospace or Defense industries is considered an asset
  • Proficiency interpreting complex manufacturing drawings with GDT specifications
  • Ability to work independently to complete assignments promptly while maintaining the high standards required for the industry
  • Demonstrated ability to adaptable team player with strong communication and problem-solving skills

Are you ready to apply and feel you fit the criteria above?

Please submit your resume by clicking “Apply Now” to this posting.  Or you can give us a call at 1 (800) 567 9675 x 2283 or call/text us at (905) 330 9861.  If you text, please include your name and position you’re interested in.

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19-039 – Senior Technical Expert – Programs/Plant Status

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Technical Expert – Programs/Plant Status

Resume Due Date:  Wednesday, May 15, 2019 (5:00PM EST)                                             

Number of Vacancies: 1

Duration: 12 months, proposed start date June 2019

Location: Darlington

Project Title:  N/A

Job Overview

  1. Support Operations with the COMS (Constructability, Operability, Maintainability and Safety) process in IPG or Outage departments.
  2. Work in accordance with prescribed safety procedures and regulations. Past experience as a Nuclear Operator on a Candu system is required.
  3. Act as subject matter expert in ESM 3 computer applications.
  4. Act as a project interface for project bundles for Operations, performing revisions of Operational flowsheets and field walking modifications to the station.
  5. Perform functions related to station plant status control, procedures, governance and processes.
  6. Carry out operations as a refurbishment flowsheet coordinator. 
  7. Carry out corrective actions inside the plant status envelope to ensure station plant status is controlled, including misposition and temporary change record review (TCR).
  8. Perform the role of the Refurbishment tagging coordinator.
  9. Support Unit 3 COMS for subsequent unit replication work.

Qualifications

  1. Comfortable in the ESM 3 computer applications
  2. Grade 12 with 3 Grade 12 University Prep academic courses in Math, Physics and Chemistry, or Grade 12 with 2 years of Community College in an appropriately related diploma or equivalent.
  3. Experience working in Nuclear Projects would be beneficial, supporting Operations with the COMS process in IPG or Outage departments.
  4. Nuclear station experience is required

19-038 – Project Engineers

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Engineers
Resume Due Date:  Wednesday, May 15, 2019 (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 4
Duration: 12 months, proposed start date June 2019
Location: 1908 Colonel Sam Drive, Oshawa
Project Title:  N/A

Job Overview

  1. The scope of work entails providing project management support to assigned projects. This includes (but is not limited to):

– Manage EPC projects from inception through closeout

– Manage cost and schedule

– Manage/administer EPC contracts

– Review invoices and track purchase orders as per approved budget

– Provide Project oversight to EPC vendors to ensure projects meet requirements with respect to budget, schedule, safety, and quality

– Perform any required liaising activities between OPG and vendor stakeholders

– Manage risks and mitigation plans, maintain a risk register for assigned projects.

– Develop business case summaries to request funds for assigned projects

– Develop monthly forecasts for the project life cycle

– Fulfill Field team Lead and Mod Team Lead role in support of execution.

– Interface with the station.

– Integrate work into Online/Outage schedule.

– Write installation and commissioning workplans to support field execution.

Qualifications

  1. The candidate should have experience in project management of station modifications in Nuclear Facilities with major emphasis on activities related to installation, commissioning, risk management and cost & schedule management
  2. Four-year university education in Mechanical Engineering or by having the equivalent level of education/experience, or demonstrated experience in writing installation and commissioning workplans.
  3. Experience in Darlington site is an asset.
  4. Project management experience and a demonstrated ability to provide project oversight.
  5. Experience with Nuclear Industry, preferably Nuclear Power Plant (OPG experience is an asset).
  6. Experience in project engineering, MTL/FTL experience in installation and commissioning of modifications.
  7. Ability to prepare coordinate estimates, schedules, execution plans, contracting strategies, business planning, forecasting.
  8. Demonstrated Knowledge of ECC process (change control process not necessarily OPG's processes).
  9. A combination of Work planning, MTL/FTL experience, project Management, Risk management skills.

Mechanical Engineer

Primary Responsibilities

  • Performs a variety of more complex engineering assignments typically in areas of design, development, analysis, evaluation, testing, preparation of specifications, execution of field tasks and resolution of field problems.
  • Receives minimal assistance and instruction on most assignments and solutions.
  • Ensures compliance with government, organization and customer engineering standards.
  • Independently evaluates, selects and applies a variety of technical techniques, procedures, and criteria using judgement in making more complex adaptations and modifications.
  • Develops new or adapted products, methods, systems or models to provide added value solutions to customers.
  • Researches and assesses best practices, proposing methods and improvements.
  • Works on special projects, as directed.
  • Performs other related duties and tasks, as required.

Qualifications

  • BS in Eng'g/Eng'g Tech. plus 5-7 years of engineering experience. An advanced degree may be substituted for related exp. (MS 1-2 yrs. or PhD 1-3 yrs.). In applicable states a PE license will be accepted in lieu of 4 yr engineering degree
  • Advanced knowledge of related engineering standards, techniques and criteria
  • Good communication skills including the ability to comprehend and convey detailed technical data 
  • Ability to develop and maintain good interpersonal relationships
  • Strong problem identification and problem resolutions skills
  • Engineering organizations may have additional qualification requirements with established criterion to demonstrate success including such items as training courses and/or qualification cards.

Sr. High Voltage Electrical Engineer

Primary Responsibilities – Senior High Voltage Electrical Engineer

  • Supporting projects primarily for OPG, but may be required to support projects for any clients.
  • Performs a variety of more complex engineering assignments typically in areas of design, development, analysis, evaluation, testing, preparation of specifications, execution of field tasks and resolution of field problems.
  • Visit client’s sites (for example to perform field walkdowns and support installation activities).
  • Adhere to applicable Framatome procedures and quality program.
  • Work within client’s Engineering Change Control process.
  • Communicate and work closely with client stakeholders to ensure high level of customer satisfaction for engineering deliverables and service.
  • Contribute to the continual improvement of Framatome’s standards and effectiveness in the industry.
  • Mentor more junior engineers within Framatome (electrical and other).
  • Receives minimal assistance and instruction on most assignments and solutions.
  • Ensures compliance with government, organization and customer engineering standards.
  • Independently evaluates, selects and applies a variety of technical techniques, procedures, and criteria using judgement in making more complex adaptations and modifications.
  • Develops new or adapted products, methods, systems or models to provide added value solutions to customers.
  • Researches and assesses best practices, proposing methods and improvements.
  • Works on special projects, as directed.
  • Performs other related duties and tasks, as required.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering and minimum 7 years of engineering experience.
  • Current Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario (PEng, PEO)
  • Advanced knowledge of related engineering standards, techniques and criteria.
  • Ability to comprehend and convey detailed technical data.
  • Ability to develop and maintain good interpersonal relationships
  • Strong analytical ability and problem identification and resolutions skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

19-037 – Cost & Schedule Analyst

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Cost & Schedule Analyst
Resume Due Date:  Tuesday, April 30th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 24 months, proposed start date June 3, 2019
Location: ESSB, Darlington
Project Title:  DN Main Power output Protection system Replacement & other Nuclear Portfolio Projects

Job Overview

  1. Provide Project Management & Project Controls support to the Project teams
  2. This includes Front End Planning, Estimating, Scheduling, Monitoring & Control and Reporting on several Projects at a time.
  3. Preparing WBS, Project Estimates, Level 1,2,3 Schedules, Risks & mitigation, Project Performance Analysis.

Qualifications

  1. A 4 year graduate degree in Engineering, Management or Business
  2. Experience with Primavera Project Management software as a user. High skills in Excel spreadsheets like pivot tables & macros.
  3. Programming skills in Access, SAP & MSBI are desirable.
  4. P. Eng / PMP is desirable & will be an asset, but not required.

19-036 – Contract Senior Technical Staff

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Contract Senior Technical Staff
Resume Due Date:  Tuesday, April 30th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: proposed end date December 2, 2020
Location: Pickering
Project Title:  Innage Control Centre Sustainability Plan Implementation

Job Overview

  1. As the designated single point of contact, be fully accountable for the effective and efficient management and control of maintenance and system daily and outage activities generated as a result of the Work Management processes. Direct the development and implementation of assigned Work Break down Structure (WBS) including resolving schedule conflicts. As the owner of the assigned WBS be responsible for controlling work scope, organizing, executing, reviewing and deciding upon all planned activities and resource requirements. Be accountable for short and long term impact of work performance on station for assigned WBS.
  2. Plan, organize, coordinate, and maintain status on all preparatory and ongoing requirements of the work plan/ schedule. Ensure all work groups involved are committed to the completion of scheduled work as practical. Be accountable for ensuring schedule preparation and execution activities are performed with attention to public and worker safety requirements. Keep abreast of current changes in operating requirements and determine relevant impacts on schedule execution. Anticipate emerging issues, and initiate and/or accommodate projects and emergent work into schedule.
  3. Manage and direct the resolution of all inter-group or inter-department coordination issues. Be responsible for giving direction to all work groups, including contractors, at meetings pertaining to assigned work breakdown structure. Monitor for work failing to meet schedule, and direct corrective action. Be accountable for identifying necessary resources to ensure work is accomplished in accordance with the schedule. Conduct meetings with work groups identified to execute required tasks, to influence them to accept schedule and specified conditions of work.
  4. Provide effective leadership at daily status meetings in order to control, maintain and update work plan/ schedule. Identify changes and approve new work being proposed for addition to the schedule. Be accountable for directing resolution to problems that may have developed by ensuring involvement of the appropriate work groups. Ensure all permit preparations, pre-job walk downs and other requirements are complete and situations have not changed prior to work execution. Expedite the final approving authority for the daily plan/schedule. Effectively communicate changes to schedule, priorities, and other relevant conditions to applicable work groups.
  5. Be accountable for monitoring the work being performed to completion, as scheduled. Maintain an awareness of the status of all jobs on the plan. Be accountable for reporting on status to Management at all times.
  6. Conduct a project/schedule post mortem. Identify significant events, analysis of the schedule accomplishments, problems and suggested corrective actions.
  7. Active use of the Corrective action and Self Assessment processes, including quality and timely resolution of assigned action items as well as support of the Corrective Action Plan development.
  8. Develop detailed logic-tied, resource loaded schedules for respective WBS utilizing scheduling tools and software.
  9. Identify planned changes in system state which may be subjected to evolution approval process. Document control scope changes for respective WBS. Identify and approve the addition of mandatory discovery work following scope freeze and ensure it is added to the appropriate logic.
  10. Maximize overall equipment availability and reliability by balancing Online and Outage activities.
  11. Perform Online and Outage risk assessments and identify risk management activities. This includes nuclear safety risk, generation risk, reactivity risk and radiological risk.

Qualifications

Education: Requires a knowledge of control, mechanical or civil technology, including sciences subject fundamentals of physics, chemistry, thermodynamics, electrical theory, instrumentation, mechanics, nuclear theory and mathematics, to understand the application to processes and systems, and effectively plan, coordinate and exercise judgement to determine priorities and ensure resources to facilitate scheduling of work activities within assigned work weeks. Requires a good knowledge of English, both oral and written, to carry out effective communications with others.

This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired either through the successful completion of Grade XII in a Secondary School plus three year's further concentrated study in an appropriate discipline or by having the equivalent level of education.

Experience: Requires practical experience associated with a multi-unit nuclear facility to become thoroughly familiar with systems, equipment, components and processes related to the maintenance and production of energy. Requires a knowledge of all Operating Policies and Procedures, station reference plans, safety procedures, including radiation protection and conventional safety practices, and health and safety standards, and apply same towards achieving optimum performance of resources to meet objectives. Requires in-depth station experience to effectively manage, direct and coordinate work processes, and be thoroughly familiar with work groups, interrelationships between same, problems encountered and special needs and issues. Requires experience to exercise sound project management and communication skills to meet targets. Requires experience in a team lead role to manage and control daily and outage maintenance and system activities.

A period of over 8 years and up to and including 10 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.

 

Technical Writer

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Prepare high-quality documentation that meets the applicable standards and is appropriate for the intended audience. Deliverables are typically used by technicians to conduct maintenance on highly specialized automated nuclear equipment.
  • Read schematics, flow sheets, drawings, bills of materials, and technical specifications of complex equipment and write clear, concise, and accurate step-by-step maintenance instructions.
  • Interface and communicate directly with engineering and technical staff internally as well as with external customers to obtain an in-depth understanding of the product and the maintenance requirements.
  • Communicate and interface directly with Technical Illustrators to ensure the maintenance instructions are illustrated in a clear and concise manner.

 PROCESS & PROCEDURES:

  • Participate with the Technical Publications Team to continuously develop, innovate, streamline and improve in-house procedures and the format of technical documentation.
  • Responsible for cost and schedule for assigned projects.
  • Manage the progress of each assigned project to ensure cost and schedule targets are met.
  • Formulate and suggest to the Team Leader an action plan to address issues of changing cost or schedule on assigned projects.

 QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Five years technical writing experience documenting complex mechanical equipment.
  • Excellent computer skills with proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat
  • Excellent English language skills.
  • Exceptional written skills.
  • Excellent time management skills to meet deadlines while managing various writing assignments simultaneously.
  • Proficient in reading mechanical schematics, flow sheets, drawings, bills of materials, and technical specifications of complex equipment.
  • High mechanical aptitude with experience in a hands on environment.
  • Detail-oriented in writing and formatting documentation.

 DESIRED:

  • Proficient in the use of Interleaf and/or FrameMaker Desktop Publishing Software.
  • Understanding of DITA, publishing to XML, and HTML.
  • Two years experience in the Nuclear Industry.

Project Manager II

Do you want to work for one of the largest Nuclear companies in South Carolina? They are currently looking for a Project Manager II to support their facility in Charlotte, North Carolina.  If you’re interested and qualified, we urge you to apply!

Position: Project Manager II

Duration: Until May 2020

Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

Job Description: 

  • Serve as Project Manager for three current projects and one future project. 
  • Responsibilities include schedule development and tracking, cost tracking (budget and funding), contract management, project status reporting, funding requests.
  • This position is typically retained to manage multiple Green I or Green II projects per the Project Management Center of Excellence Project Profile Matrix.
  • The Project Manager II may have relationships with individuals in various organizations ranging from individual contributors to Senior Department Leadership (i.e. individual contributors up to executive management).

Desired Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma/GED or applicable certification from an accredited institution 
  • Minimum of 9 years of project management experience.
  • Graduation from a four-year college or university.
  • Proficient in project management principles.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Masters – business (MBA), project management, or equivalent.
  • Utility Technical Certifications/Training;
  • PMP or CAPM Certification;
  • CMII/Construction Certifications;
  • Professional Engineer License.
  • Working knowledge to proficiency in project related Scheduling/ Cost Controls.
  • Experience in utility industry.
  • Knowledge in construction management.

 

Looking for Meaningful Work? We can help. 

If you're a technical professional, you know that it can be difficult to find fulfilling work that advances your career. At the Ian Martin Group, we exist to connect professionals like you with meaningful work at industry-leading companies in your field. And we walk the walk, too: as a Certified B Corporation, we believe in using business as a force for good for people, our communities, and the environment.

We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us at recruit@ianmartin.com. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

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Risk Analyst

Project Risk Analyst (Various Levels) – (Contract)

The Construction Risk Manager is responsible for assisting with overall management of comprehensive corporate risk management/insurance program with a concentration on risk identification, risk transfer and risk retention techniques. Coordinates closely with operations/project management, safety, human resources, legal and estimating while implementing risk management policies and procedures to protect project execution. 
 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Lead and provide technical support to the management of project risk through facilitation of regular risk reviews at the contract / project level
  • Provide cost and schedule risk modelling
  • Prepare detailed project risk reports as required for the reporting cycle
  • Responsible for taking an active role in the continuous improvement of the risk management function
  • Demonstrate technical risk management acumen – including the building and running of detailed quantitative cost and schedule risk models and the interpretation of analysis results
  • Ensure that all program team members comply with the risk management plan, procedures, requirements of assigned scope of work
  • Review plans and lead activities related to mitigation, planning, control, review and reporting
  • Identify project risks, input data for assigned scope and assist in continuous improvement risk management process
  • Work closely with program delivery teams and program control teams
  • Perform day-to-day management of the Active Risk Manager (ARM) system

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum of 5+ years of related experience
  • Bachelor of Engineering, Analytical or Finance Degree acceptable  / equivalent qualification
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) and Risk Management qualification is considered an asset
  • Excellent people skills and ability to communicate effectively with a variety of internal and external stakeholders
  • Excellent MS Office skills – Excel, Word, PowerPoint
  • Experience in using industry standard software packages and applications – Active Risk Manager (ARM), Primavera Risk Analysis (PRA), etc.
  • Experience in Sword Active Risk highly considered

19-034 – Modification Team Leader

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Modification Team Leader
Resume Due Date:  Wednesday, April 24th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 2 years
Location: Pickering
Project Title:  Pickering NGS Minor Modifications Projects

Job Overview

  1. The Modification Team Leader (MTL) will be responsible for completion of the projects and modifications.
  2. Perform any required liaison activities between OPG and Vendor/Stakeholders as per N-PROC-MP-0090, Modification Process Procedure.
  3. Review all invoices and track the Purchase Orders.

Qualifications

  1. Minimum of four years experience in project engineering with total of eight years of engineering experience.

 

19-033 – Senior Technical Expert/Advisor

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Technical Expert/Advisor
Resume Due Date:  May 17th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 18 – 24 months
Location: Oshawa ON
Project Title:  Isotopes Project Design

Job Overview

This request is for Augmented Staff to perform the duties of a Design Section Manager to provide Technical Direction/Advise to multi discipline Isotopes Design Section. Administrative aspect. Job responsibilities include performing the duties of a Design Engineer as associated with Qualification 33685, including and not limited to Plant modifications as per N-PROC-MP-0090 and associated governance, Engineering Oversight of contractors as per N-COI-00120-10000 and related governance, administration of design activities, and any other duties and accountabilities as required of a Design Engineer.

Key accountabilities include perform these duties to expected high standards of quality, and providing results as per commitments. In addition, the expected OPG behaviour and cultural models shall be adhered to, along with the Code of Business conduct.

The roles shall support the Isotopes Project Department portfolio, including but not limited to the various Isotopes Designs, as well as other administrative tasks.

Qualifications

Education – Bachelors in Engineering in a discipline related to Mechanical

Experience – Minimum 10 years of experience working in the related field. Nuclear experience, particularly with OPG, is preferred

Qualifications — Past Design Engineering qualification per Qual ID 33685 is preferred.

Skills & Designations – Ability to work diligently, quick learner, efficient, business acumen, experience with Engineering vendor oversight are all preferred.

P.Eng Licence is mandatory.

19-031 – Project Engineer/Officer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Engineer/Officer
Resume Due Date: Wednesday May 1st (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Level:  MP2/3/4
Duration: 24 months
Location: GM building, 1908 Colonel Sam Drive, Oshawa ON
Project Title:  Condenser Steam Dump Valve Replacement (16-83299)

Job Overview

  1. Undertake the organizing, coordinating and controlling of all stages of project engineering for assigned projects or project packages from inception and approval to final acceptance, or its transfer to a dedicated project unit, as circumstances dictate.
  2. Provide coordination and assistance in the preparation of preliminary project studies and reports, and in the preparation of submissions to senior management, the Executive Office
  3. and the Board of Directors, for project approval and the release of funds. Initiate and coordinate estimates and project performance specifications. Monitor, evaluate and report on cost and schedule changes. Provide appropriate departments and agencies with detailed project requirements, interpreting and discussing with personnel involved as required. Arrange for application to, and negotiate with, agencies, internal and external, for all necessary approvals, licenses, permits or clearances required. Coordinate the clarification of design and specification requirements, and arrange for necessary changes. Co-ordinate
  4. and monitor the preparation of specifications, requisitions, evaluation of tenders, purchasing recommendations, and contract administration. Arrange meetings as required to coordinate requirements and progress between design, suppliers, construction and operations. Maintain close liaison with field construction and operation on matters involving design, schedules, costing, and other related issues. Initiate, coordinate, arrange and control supporting services to other departments and external organizations. Provide immediate and higher management with appropriate reports on work packages. Review detailed cost variance reports, provide explanations and recommendations for over or under expenditures, and take corrective actions when required. Execute other project management functions as required by corporate policies and procedures.
  5. Meet with consultants, suppliers, and contractors before and after contract awards to interpret requirements, review progress, obtain cooperation and coordination in projects, and discuss ideas.
  6. Prepare and coordinate the preparation of all information pertinent to an assigned project required for input to the generation planning process and/or alternative to be considered. Prepare and coordinate the preparation of project assessment reports.
  7. Maintain liaison with concerned internal and external groups, regulatory bodies and agencies, and cooperate in exchange of engineering and other relevant data as required to meet the project objectives. Arrange and as appropriate, chair meetings involving group(s) concerned with a given project. Guide and direct discussions involving internal staff, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers and the like, in an effort to efficiently and effectively meet project objectives.
  8. Visit various site locations, manufacturers, suppliers, and the like. Be prepared to observe plant sites and installations in Canada and outside the country to observe techniques, equipment, etc. Provide input as required, and utilize knowledge gained for Ontario Power Generation application.
  9. Keep all project parties informed of latest capital construction and other corporate procedures. Review and maintain awareness of all corporate procedures pertinent to project control and administration. Communicate with appropriate departments and areas to ensure availability of current practices on budgeting, estimating, scheduling, etc.
  10. Participate in programs to dispose of surplus equipment which become available, consequent to cancelled construction projects, such as unused turbines, generators and the like. Meet with potential buyers and attempt to influence same to accept such equipment in lieu of other purchases.
  11. Maintain an awareness of technological advancements in engineering and construction fields. Review technical publications and other literature. Communicate with engineering counterparts internally and externally to discuss views on improved designs, products, methods and techniques.
  12. On a periodic basis, where dictated by circumstance, be responsible for the supervision of engineers and technicians. Recommend to Supervisor the assignment of engineers or technicians. Assemble job information and plan work as necessary. Assign portions of the work, and provide advice and direction as required. Check and assume responsibility for the work issued.

Qualifications

Education: Requires a knowledge of engineering as related to design requirements for proposed major facilities and components. Requires a knowledge of physics, engineering, mathematics and chemistry as related to stress, materials and total system performance.

Requires a knowledge of economics to provide cost estimates and cost trends concerning generating station construction and operation. Familiarity with OPG's Engineering/Procurement/Construction contract model is an asset.

This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired either through the successful completion of a four year university education in an appropriate engineering field or by having the equivalent level of education.

Experience: Requires experience in planning and development aspects of electrical power plants to become familiar with generating station design and associated components. Requires experience in a generalized but related industry to appreciate manufacturing and supply techniques. Requires experience to solve problems, provide guidance and initiate studies, designs and economic forecasts. Requires experience to understand the interrelationship(s) of various internal and external groups in order to facilitate objectives.

Requires experience and knowledge related to environmental protection and associated concerns. Requires experience in project management.  A period of over 8 years and up to and including 10 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.   

 

Project Manager II

Do you want to work for one of the largest Nuclear companies in South Carolina? They are currently looking for a Project Manager II to support their facility in Huntersville, North Carolina.  If you’re interested and qualified, we urge you to apply!

Position: Project Manager II

Duration: Until Dec. 2019

Location: Huntersville, North Carolina

Job Description: 

  • This position is typically retained to manage multiple Green I or Green II projects per the Project Management Center of Excellence Project Profile Matrix.
  • The Project Manager II may have relationships with individuals in various organizations ranging from individual contributors to Senior Department Leadership (i.e. individual contributors up to executive management).

Desired Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree or a combination of education plus equivalent work experience
  • Minimum of 9 years of project management experience.
  • Proficient in project management principles.
  • Masters – business (MBA), project management, or equivalent.
  • Utility Technical Certifications/Training; PMP or CAPM Certification; CMII/Construction Certifications; Professional Engineer License.
  • Working knowledge to proficiency in project related Scheduling/ Cost Controls.
  • Experience in utility industry. Knowledge in construction management.

Looking for Meaningful Work? We can help. 

If you're a technical professional, you know that it can be difficult to find fulfilling work that advances your career. At the Ian Martin Group, we exist to connect professionals like you with meaningful work at industry-leading companies in your field. And we walk the walk, too: as a Certified B Corporation, we believe in using business as a force for good for people, our communities, and the environment.

We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us at recruit@ianmartin.com. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

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19-030 – Senior Technical Staff

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Technical Staff
Resume Due Date:  Thursday, April 25th (5:00PM EST)   
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 6 months
Location: Darlington
Project Title:  D20 Storage

Job Overview

  1. Modification Team Leader role for the Darlington D2O Storage Project. This project is currently in execution phase, and involves constructing and commissioning a Heavy Water Management Building (HWMB) Annex to the Tritium Removal Facility (TRF) inside the Darlington Protected Area.
  2. Oversee / drive, working with project sub-teams, execution of Available for Service and turnover documentation pre-requisites, planning and execution.
  3. Interface between the Turnover team and internal vendor/OPG construction/commissioning Lead for each system.
  4. Assist OPG Project Manager as required to drive successful turnover/AFS for each building system.
  5. Oversight of vendor performance and deliverables and vendor adherence to safety, scope, schedule, quality requirements with respect to AFS activities
  6. Assist Project Manager and Contract Manager to manage the commercial contract and scope related to the turnover/closeout phase of the project, as required.     

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Nuclear security clearance (level 1) or capable of obtaining
  2. Demonstrated experience with proven results working on project teams in the nuclear industry in an installation, commissioning and/or technical oversight role
  3. Bachelor of Engineering or related college program
  4. Prior experience executing OPG’s Engineering Change Control (ECC) process
  5. Superior oral and written communication skills

ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS DESIRED:

  1. 6+ years of Nuclear industry experience with construction/modifications/commissioning
  2. Has held MTL qualification     
  3. EPC experience

19-028 – Technical Staff

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Technical Staff
Resume Due Date:  Tuesday, April 9th (5:00PM EST)                                           Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 1 year, proposed start date June 1, 2019
Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering ON
Project Title:  Base OM&A Support

Job Overview

  1. Support work directed by the Computers and Control Design Department on an as needed basis, including:
  2. Performing Software Qualification Assurance work in accordance with CSA N290.14-07
  3. Reviewing Software Design Deliverables such as Software Maintenance Plans, Design an Test Procedures, System Integration Test Procedures, etc.
  4. Preparing Self Assessments of the Software Program N-PROG-MP-0006
  5. Mentor and train junior staff in SQA

Qualifications

  1. Minimum of a Bachelor of Engineering in Software or Computer Engineering
  2. 20+ Years of Software Qualification Assurance work/expertise
  3. Familiarization of Software Standards, including CANDU Computer Systems Engineering Centre of Excellence for Category I, II, and III Software

19-026 – Look Ahead Manager

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Look Ahead Manager

Resume Due Date:  Wednesday, April 3rd (5:00PM EST)                                             

Number of Vacancies: 1

Duration: 2 years, proposed start date July 4, 2019

Location: Darlington, RPO

Project Title:  Darlington Refurbishment, Work Control, Execution, Look Ahead Manager

Job Overview

  1. Return to Service, Single Point of Contact
  2. Supervisor of Return to Service section
  3. Support specific segment of U2 Return to Service Milestones and Segment 4 (Unit Return to Service)

Qualifications

  1. Minimum 3-4 Years of Outage Station experience
  2. Experience Running Outages
  3. Refurbishment Milestones and governance knowledge an asset
  4. Leadership qualities and supervisor experience an asset

19-023 – Senior Technical Engineer/Officer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Technical Engineer/Officer
Resume Due Date:  Friday May 17th  (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 3
Duration: 1 year
Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering ON

Job Overview

Accountabilities and duties: This role will involve providing engineering oversight and review of vendor technical deliverables under the Engineering Change Control process at OPG within the Isotopes Projects division. This role will also include providing technical evaluations and advice, solve problems and coordinate technical work as required to support Canadian Nuclear Partner projects. Additional scope will involve preparation of technical documents such as scopes of work, memos, planning documents, forms, specifications and other engineering documentation as necessary in support of project requirements. 

Qualifications

  1. Minimum Bachelors of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering or Instrumentation and Control or Electrical – Preference will be given to candidates with Mechanical / Instrumentation and Control qualifications
  2. P.Eng in the Province of Ontario required
  3. Design engineering experience required (OPG DTL equivalent)
  4. OPG Security Cleared
  5. Orange 1 Badge Qualified at minimum
  6. Experience and familiarity with OPGN ECC processes and standards

19-021 – Project Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Engineer
Resume Due Date:  Friday, March 22, 2019 (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Level:  MP2/3/4
Duration: 1 year
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering ON
Project Title:  PB MOP & EPG protection system replacement

Job Overview

The scope of work entails providing project management support to assigned projects. This includes (but not limited to):

  1. Manage EPC projects from inception through closeout
  2. Manage cost and schedule
  3. Manage/administer EPC contracts
  4. Review invoices and track purchase orders as per approved budget
  5. Provide Project oversight to EPC vendors to ensure projects meet requirements with respect to budget, schedule, safety, and quality
  6. Perform any required liaising activities between OPG and vendor stakeholders
  7. Manage risks and mitigation plans, maintain a risk register for assigned projects.
  8. Develop business case summaries to request funds for assigned projects
  9. Develop monthly forecasts for the project life cycle
  10. Fulfill Field team Lead and Mod Team Lead role in support of execution.
  11. Interface with the station.
  12. Integrate work into Online/Outage schedule.
  13. Write installation and commissioning workplans to support field execution.
  14. Integrate work into Online/Outage schedule.
  15. Write installation and commissioning workplans to support field execution.

Qualifications

  1. The candidate should have experience in project management of station modifications in Nuclear Facilities with major emphasis on activities related to installation, commissioning, risk management and cost & schedule management
  2. Four-year university education in Mechanical Engineering or by having the equivalent level of education/experience, or demonstrated experience in writing installation and commissioning workplans.
  3. Experience in Pickering site is an asset.
  4. Minimum 1 year of relevant Project management experience and a demonstrated ability to provide project oversight.
  5. Experience with Nuclear Industry, preferably Nuclear Power Plant (OPG experience is an asset).
  6. Experience in project engineering, MTL/FTL experience in installation and commissioning of modifications.
  7. Ability to prepare coordinate estimates, schedules, execution plans, contracting strategies, business planning, forecasting.
  8. Demonstrated Knowledge of ECC process (change control process not necessarily OPG's processes).
  9. A combination of Work planning, MTL/FTL experience, Project Management, Risk management skills.

19-020 – Project Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Engineer
Resume Due Date:  Friday, March 22, 2019 (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 1 year, proposed start date April 30, 2019
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering ON
Project Title:  Storing Cooling Water System Modifications

Job Overview

The scope of work entails providing project management support to assigned projects. This includes (but not limited to):

  1. Manage EPC projects from inception through closeout
  2. Manage cost and schedule
  3. Manage/administer EPC contracts
  4. Review invoices and track purchase orders as per approved budget
  5. Provide Project oversight to EPC vendors to ensure projects meet requirements with respect to budget, schedule, safety, and quality
  6. Perform any required liaising activities between OPG and vendor stakeholders
  7. Manage risks and mitigation plans, maintain a risk register for assigned projects.
  8. Develop business case summaries to request funds for assigned projects
  9. Develop monthly forecasts for the project life cycle
  10. Fulfill Field team Lead and Mod Team Lead role in support of execution.
  11. Interface with the station.
  12. Integrate work into Online/Outage schedule.
  13. Write installation and commissioning workplans to support field execution.
  14. Integrate work into Online/Outage schedule.
  15. Write installation and commissioning workplans to support field execution.

Qualifications

  1. The candidate should have experience in project management of station modifications in Nuclear Facilities with major emphasis on activities related to installation, commissioning, risk management and cost & schedule management
  2. Four-year university education in Mechanical Engineering or by having the equivalent level of education/experience, or demonstrated experience in writing installation and commissioning workplans.
  3. Experience in Pickering site is an asset.
  4. Minimum 1 year of relevant Project management experience and a demonstrated ability to provide project oversight.
  5. Experience with Nuclear Industry, preferably Nuclear Power Plant (OPG experience is an asset).
  6. Experience in project engineering, MTL/FTL experience in installation and commissioning of modifications.
  7. Ability to prepare coordinate estimates, schedules, execution plans, contracting strategies, business planning, forecasting.
  8. Demonstrated Knowledge of ECC process (change control process not necessarily OPG's processes).
  9. A combination of Work planning, MTL/FTL experience, Project Management, Risk management skills.

19-019 – Manager – Projects, Nuclear Fleet Improvement Projects

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Manager – Projects, Nuclear Fleet Improvement Projects
Resume Due Date:  Thursday, March 21st (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 3
Duration: 18 months, proposed start date April 15, 2019
Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering ON
Project Title:  Project Management of Nuclear Strategic Portfolio Projects and Initiatives

Job Overview

These positions involve managing projects in the Nuclear Strategic Portfolio in the focus areas for transformational change and improvements at OPG.  These projects deal with a broad scope of functional areas across OPG Nuclear.  Strategic Project Managers are expected to provide support for one or more of these projects.

1) These projects involve significant process, people, and culture changes that lead to efficiencies AS OPPOSED TO projects that involve plant modifications or construction.

2) The main functional areas for these projects are : Power Reactor Maintenance, Power Reactor Outages, Work Management, Outage Management, Supply Chain, Power Reactor Operations.

3) Candidates with experience in the above functional areas are of the most interest, particularly where there experience is with OPG.

Candidates must have significant work experience/background in Nuclear Power Plants as described above in addition to project management experience and capabilities, particularly as described below:

  1. Provide leadership in management of the project including project/initiative design, project planning and scheduling, relationship management, cost schedule, optimization of project implementation and change management.
  2. define project objectives, scope, estimates, schedules, work plans and all resource requirements.
  3. integrate the efforts of all persons contributing to a project,  Coordinate and implement project technical work/solutions, and initiate the acquisition of appropriate approvals.  Manage and drive the output of others.
  4. prepare reports to provide information and data in response to requests.  Initiate studies or investigations where opportunities for improvement are apparent.  Collect, or arrange for collection, assembly and analysis of data associated with past events or operations.  Prepare reports outlining technical details of procedure, processes, results, or conclusions and the roles played by internal and/or external groups, such may include delivery of presentations.  Provide timely project status reports.
  5. provide cost estimates and update costs of existing projects.  Monitor actual project costs, and investigate and explain variances.  Assist in the preparation of financial justification for the release of project funds.

NOTE : Candidates mainly with experience in engineering AND/OR mainly project management experience in “Design” and “Modifications” projects, AND or mainly with experience in non-nuclear AND/or non-OPG are very unlikely to have enough nuclear field knowledge to be fully effective and are not suitable.

Qualifications

This position requires sound knowledge of the principles, processes and management associated with nuclear generation facilities as well as business and project management.

1.      a 4-year university degree in a relevant field

PLUS

2.      over 10 years of experience:

a) in the operation, maintenance, work management and outage aspects of a nuclear generating station, and

b) in the management of projects in these areas.

c) in strategic projects involving people, process and culture change.

PLUS

3.      led a larger project team to demonstrate their knowledge and ability in project management principles and practices.

Must have demonstrated:

  1. The ability to break down complex problems into manageable parts, and to develop alternative solutions as recommendations.
  2. The ability to prioritize conflicting requirements to achieve results in a complex and evolving business environment.
  3. The ability to lead a team and elicit the maximum contribution from all the members.
  4. The ability to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization, and to convey complex matters in simple terms.
  5. The ability to maintain high standards related to output quality against requirements, and to consistently require conformance by both staff and contractors.
  6. A working knowledge of industry best practices in the subject area.
  7. Ability to elicit satisfactory outputs from a team of peers and work collaboratively.

 

Supplementary Requirements

  1. Certification as a Project Management Professional is considered to be an asset in this role.
  2. An MBA or other business planning credential would be an asset.

Work Management Coordinator

The Work Management Coordinator is accountable for the development of work scope, (operating, engineering, outage and project) coordinating/obtaining necessary approvals and subsequent change control.

  • Ensure logic, schedules, cost reports and work programs are established in support of the defined scope of work.
  • Anticipate, direct and make decisions on all work associated with the planning and scheduling process, changing priorities, communicating to work groups and exercising sound judgment to effectively facilitate the safe and productive completion of work programs.
  • Clarify work boundaries to ensure that responsibilities are clearly defined for tasks and the work boundaries are well managed.
  • Analyze performance to identify lessons learned and incorporate into future work.
  • Provide team leadership to a complement of staff assisting with schedule preparation, cost and resource estimates for all associated work programs.

Requirements

  • Strong P6 experience 
  • Min 3yrs in work planning/project planning
  • Experience at a Candu generating station
  • Current security clearance from a Candu nuclear station in Canada

 

 

19-018 – Subject Matter Expert for Operations

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Subject Matter Expert for Operations
Resume Due Date:  Thursday, March 21st (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: approximately 6 months, proposed end date September 30, 2019
Location: Pickering

Job Overview

A contractor position is required for Pickering Operations to support IOP, Procedures and Outage work groups.  Support is required for the IOP/Outage Plan, discovery work and to reduce backlog.

The following is a summary of the general accountabilities that contractor will be required to perform.  The expected duration for this position is up to one year.

  1. Contractor will be required to attend meetings and make decisions based on his experience.
  2. Contractor will be required to support HIT and SIR teams as required for Operations. 
  3. Work with Reactor Safety to perform reviews.
  4. Attend Reactivity Management Meetings to develop a forward looking Reactivity Management plan to ensure fueling and maintenance activities are scheduled appropriately.
  5. Will be required to review schedule and provide input.
  6. Act as a liaison between the shift crews.
  7. Prioritizing and aligning workload and supporting the Integrated Operations Plan.
  8. Determine scope and prioritize outage work to be performed.
  9. Approve the overall logic for safe and efficient execution of outage work.
  10. Establish appropriate schedules for outage work.
  11. Review and mark-up procedures as required.
  12. Ensure that outage plans and logics are in accordance with Power Reactor Operating Licence and Operating Policies and Procedures.
  13. Review station performance, logs and SCR’s to assess opportunities for learning.

This position requires extensive knowledge of Pickering 1-4 Operations, former licensed staff is required to fill this position.

Qualifications

  1. Requires former license in Nuclear Facility

Project Coordinator, On Line Wiring

Project Coordinator/PLANNER

As a Project Coordinator/Planner, you will be involved in the following areas, related to the Online Wiring Project: 

  • 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, 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;
  • Supporting the Project Manager as required; and
  • Review Assigned Projects P6 work schedules to interface with the Project Controls Scheduler (read access).

 

19-016 – Senior Technical Engineer/Officer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Technical Engineer/Officer
Resume Due Date:  Monday, March 11th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 24 months
Location: 1340 Pickering Pkwy, Pickering ON

Job Overview

  1. This candidate will be working in Safe Storage Projects department in a project management and/or Modification Teal Leader (MTL) capacity. The candidate will be assigned to work on one of the Safe Storage bundles working on electrical, water systems or building heating projects, managing the project in the areas of cost (budgeting & forecasting), schedule quality and scope control, and modification planning.
  2. This PM/MTL will provide oversight, monitoring, review and reporting of work required to implement the scope of their assigned project. This will be per project reporting metrics.
  3. PM/MTL is accountable for timely identification and/or monitoring of project risks, issues, scope changes (additions and deviations), and budget and schedule variances (Cost and schedule performance). This includes the development and implementation of mitigating or recovery plans, and escalation when required.
  4. PM/MTL must fulfill role as prescribed in Project Management governance and Engineering Change Control procedures.

Qualifications

  1. This position requires sound knowledge of engineering principles and processes associated with nuclear generation facilities as well as business and project management.
  2. This would normally be acquired through obtaining a 4-year university degree in a relevant field and over 10 years of experience in the construction, modification and maintenance of a nuclear generating station and in the management of projects in these areas.
  3. Knowledge and experience in project management principles and practices, having led project(s).
  4. Knowledge and experience in the design/modification business of nuclear generation, as to be conversant with the complexities of the technical organizational and business relationships within a generating station.

Must have demonstrated:

  1. Excellent oral and written English skills to communicate effectively.
  2. Leadership skills and ability to influence to facilitate and advance the goals of the project.
  3. Ability to break down complex problems into manageable parts, and to develop alternative solutions as recommendations.
  4. The ability to prioritize conflicting requirements to achieve results in a complex and evolving business environment.

 

19-015 – WWMF Operations Waste Planner

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: WWMF Operations Waste Planner
Resume Due Date:  Monday, March 11th (5:00PM EST)  
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 6 months
Location: Bruce Site, B15 BNPD Waste Volume Reduction Facility

Job Overview

  1. Provide technical expertise, analysis, assessment, and preparation for nuclear strategic and business planning and programming in assigned areas of responsibilities.
  2. The position is responsible for executing risk assessments as required to provide the Manager with the means to identify, assess, and monitor risks to our Waste Program.
  3. Provide technical assistance and guidance in the development of business and work program policies, procedures, processes, and initiatives for the Business Unit.
  4. The position is responsible for providing support in developing and challenging business cases to support investment and technical decisions
  5. Provide appropriate support on Nuclear communications and liaison with relevant parties both internal and external to Nuclear and OPG.
  6. Accountable developing an integrated waste plan for the Western Waste Management Facility.  It will involved developing/updating and integrating a low level waste plan, trench plan, large metal object plan and a waste minimization and segregation plan.

Qualifications

  1. Requires broad experience to be familiar with the overall operation of nuclear site facilities involved and nuclear waste specific facilities requirements. Requires extensive experience in Canadian and international nuclear waste processing and storage technologies. Requires experience in tools and business strategies to plan and provide the program required by Operations. Requires experience to ensure that the facilities and processes comply with best practices and industry standards. 
  2. Requires a sound knowledge of scientific and engineering principles related to nuclear waste management theory and practice.  Requires a good knowledge of English to communicate effectively with others, both verbally and in written format in support of the work function.
  3. This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the completion of 4 years of University training (Grade XII plus 5 years) in Business, Science or Urban Planning.

19-014 – Technical Specialist

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Technical Specialist
Resume Due Date:  Monday, March 18th (5:00PM EST)  
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 2 years, proposed start date April 1, 2019
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

  1. Support WANO AFI for backlog reduction
  2. Perform Technical Procedure Action Request (TPAR) assessments for authorized or other complex field tasks.
  3. Author Operation procedures with authorized licensed steps and tasks and other complex procedures based on engineering  
  4. modifications.
  5. Provide support to our Authorized Training groups. Help with hiring new class programs, guest presenter for training programs. – – Support the Operations Training Liaison.
  6. Provide support to Plant Status programs such as Flow sheet revision process, operator rounds and routines.

Qualifications

  1. Previously licensed as a Shift Manager or Control Room Shift Supervisor (CRSS) or Authorized Nuclear Operator (ANO) or Control Room Operator (CRO) at a CANDU Operating Station     
  2. Proficient in Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, Power Point and Visio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

19-013 – Continuous Improvement Advisor

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Continuous Improvement Advisor
Resume Due Date:  Tuesday, February 26th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 44 weeks
Location: Darlington Energy Complex (DEC) – 1855 Energy Drive, Courtice ON

Job Overview

Continuous Improvement Advisor is responsible for safely, effectively, and efficiently driving and implementing continuous improvement/Kaizen practices throughout the organization to achieve results. 

The specialized resource will require skills in the safe and reliable application of Lean Thinking in a Nuclear Power environment, working knowledge of the principles and practices of the Toyota Production System, Theory of Constraints, Six Sigma, Nuclear Performance Improvement methodology, and the capability of leading and facilitating Kaizen improvement activities using cross functional teams to improve current processes, standards and methods. 

This role will be to effect positive change by assisting OPG to identify areas for process improvement, create kaizen improvement activities using highly focused cross-functional teams. Adverse conditions in identified focus areas will be improved and subsequent corrective actions for identified areas of improvement will be implemented, using Kaizen activities when and where applicable and appropriate. The specialized resource in combination with improvement teams will focus on areas that have high potential to adversely impact safety, cost, quality, schedule, environment, public perception and/or regulatory relationships.

The Continuous Improvement Advisor will guide problem solving and process improvement processes by facilitating definition of  problems, identificaiton of gaps in performance, gathering data, implementing improvements, measuring results and ensuring changes are sustained.

The Continuous Improvement Advisor will be responsible for implementing both the action plans and instilling the Kaizen philosophy for improving specific areas in the Darlington Refurbishment Project and keep building on One OPG culture shifts:

  1. From bureaucracy to efficiency and good judgement
  2. From technical leadership to technical and facilitative leadership
  3. From focus on activities to focus on outcomes.

Specific duties and accountabilities include:

  1. Drive the Continuous Improvement culture, principles and best practices throughout the organization
  2. Drive the standardization of processes and the implementation of metrics and best practices throughout the organization
  3. Apply LEAN principles, practices, tools and techniques, Theory of Constraints, and Six Sigma practices in combination with structured Kaizen methodology to implement improvements identified by teams focused process improvement, operational excellence and strategic initiatives
  4. Train and lead cross-functional continuous improvement teams focusing on measurable quality, service, and cost improvements
  5. Focus on implementing disciplined thinking and rigor in the development of high-performance, self directed work teams
  6. Identify process waste and process variability within the nuclear plants current processes and standards and lead efforts using cross-functional teams to expose, identify and reduce, control and eliminate them in core and non-core processes
  7. Develop and standardize procedures in alignment with Best Practices
  8. Implement tools and methods such as SIPOC, SPC, Process Capability, Pareto Analysis, Fishbone, SMED, DOE, Gemba Walks, VSM, Theory of Constraints, visual workplace, Constraint management, 5 Principles of Lean Thinking and other selected techniques to safely and reliably create: Zero Defect Processes, continuous improvement mindset, visual management, additional capacity, reduce process cycle times, end to end lead-times, and process quality
  9. Review current procedures, workflows, self assessments, QC and QA methods, operational experience, corrective actions and associated plans to correct abnormal conditions
  10. Conduct direct observation of work in progress, job shadowing, site visits
  11. Train, coach and motivate all personnel in the understanding and adoption of LEAN/Kaizen tools, principles and techniques
  12. Facilitates key high value and mission critical Kaizen activities, value stream mapping and process mapping exercises and communicates/synthesizes results and findings with project team(s)
  13. Uses structured Plan Do Check Act (PDCA) – Standardize Do Check Act (SDCA) methodology to create measurable actions to improve processes
  14. Assists in defining process metrics and data collection methodology at the project and program level and participates in the conducting of project and program evaluations
  15. Assures the improvement activities are documented and reported within the organization and externally when and where team deems appropriate
  16. Identify best practices inside and outside of nuclear industry related to areas of focus requiring improvement
  17. When and where deemed appropriate, identifies, develops and implements Visual Communication Boards to graphically and empirically display progress towards focus area improvement using specific leading and lagging indicators (KPI’s)
  18. Create and deliver fundamental curriculum focused on Lean Thinking and Learning to See Waste in process.  The curriculum will be designed to create a continuous improvement mindset with a focus on safe and reliable behaviors that manifest with the mindset change. 

 

Qualifications

 

  1. Post-secondary Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Chemical), or equivalent technical education and/or work experience
  2. 5-10 years’ experience in nuclear operations
  3. Must have hands on experience working in a nuclear plant environment
  4. Must have hands on experience working with all functions in a nuclear power plant using LEAN/Kaizen methodology
  5. Must have hands on experience working with nuclear refueling outages
  6. Must have hands on experience leading and managing multi-million-dollar projects in a nuclear power plant
  7. Must have hands on experience in front line facilitation and coaching of interdisciplinary teams in a nuclear setting
  8. Kaizen/Lean Black Belt certified, or have 15 years of demonstrated work experience in the application of Kaizen methods and application of Lean principles, practices, tools and techniques
  9. Project Management Professional (PMP) designation, or equivalent is desirable
  10. Proven and document results of process improvement in a nuclear power plant
  11. Proven and demonstrated proficiency at an expert facilitator, instructor and implementer level focused on educating and sustaining the use of LEAN/Kaizen practices and tools, Theory of Constraints, Sig Sigma in a nuclear plant environment
  12. Excellent communication skills coupled with strong training/coaching, organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills; and the ability to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization in a nuclear power plant
  13. Demonstrated ability in developing and attaining results through cross-functional teams in a nuclear power plant
  14. Self-motivated, goal-oriented person who works well under pressure to achieve the highest degree of customer satisfaction by meeting commitments and taking accountability
  15. Customer-oriented attitude with a strong commitment to safety and quality
  16. Able to follow a plan through to completion
  17. Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office and Project Management software

19-012 – Contract Technical Staff

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Contract – Technical Staff
Resume Due Date:  Tuesday, February 26th (5:00PM EST) 
Number of Vacancies: 3
Duration: 2 years
Location: Pickering NGS

Job Overview

  1. Provide technical advice and guidance on a variety of technical matters within designated area of responsibility for Pickering Nuclear Generating Station (PNGS) re-licensing and life extension to the end of 2024.
  2. Plan, organize, and provide support for Condition Assessment, Scoping and Screening, Equipment Reliability, Periodic Safety Review, Integrated Implementation Plan, and Feasibility Study.
  3. Assist Supervisor in the administration of work projects, and coach junior staff on processes. Support project management activities and prepare investments justification.

Qualifications

  1. Requirements include a knowledge of mathematics, physics, chemistry, metallurgy, thermodynamics, strength of material, electricity, engineering, and nuclear. This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired either through the successful completion of a four year university education in an appropriate field of engineering or by having the equivalent level of education.
  2. Experience in Pickering Nuclear Generating Station (PNGS) re-licensing and life extension project, and Periodic Safety Review (PSR) in support of license renewal and continued commercial operations of PNGS is required.
  3. Familiarity with the departmental/Station procedures, policies, contracts involved, interrelationships between organizations and various administrative aspects of the position to facilitate the work function is strongly preferred.
  4. Experience in Station Engineering and Work Management at Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, Aging Management (AM) Process in accordance with Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) Regulations, and Project Management is preferred.
  5. A knowledge of the internal and external contacts associated with departmental work activities, and with established documentation/presentation requirements is strongly preferred.
  6. A desire to become qualified and recognized as a technical expert in a specific segment of the discipline and as a generalist in other segments to skillfully provide technical advice, guidance, consultation and services to clients in nuclear generating facilities and related support functions

 

HR Business Process & Systems Analyst

HRIS Business Process / Systems Analyst – Permanent Job Opportunity

 

The location: Tiverton, Ontario

 

Our client located in West of Ontario is searching for a HRIS Business Process / Systems Analyst to support their HR Systems.

 

 

Job requirements:

 

  • Solid knowledge of HR data structures and interrelationships within an HRIS solution
  • Strong analytical and technical skills to gather, interpret and report on data from various sources such as data warehouses and transactional systems
  • A customer service orientation with a demonstrated track record of partnering with users and business clients to resolve problems and generate creative solutions
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, multi project environment with shifting priorities, and the ability to reassess and reprioritize competing business needs
  • Understanding of ERP systems, including Workday would be an asset
  • Effective interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrates attention to detail, analytical, and excellent problem solving skills
  • Expert computer proficiency (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access) and interest in developing technology
  • 6 – 8 + years of experience in Computer Science /Business / Human Resources fields
  • Experience with Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) is an asset
  • Experience with, and a strong understanding of, hire to retire HR processes, including performance management, compensation, and benefits
  • Experience with HR data Integrations to internal and external business systems
  • Knowledge of ITIL and Business Analysis principles

 

 

Responsibilities:

 

  • Responsible for supporting the core HRIS and other HR technology and related integrations
  • Responsible for configuration of enhancements, break-fix and resolution of problems to support day to day operations including working with IT to ensure ongoing availability of HR systems
  • Contributes to the review of changes, impact analysis, and regression testing arising from various Human Resources initiatives, including systems upgrade/implementation
  • Develops systems requirements documentation / specification, conducts testing, prepares and User Acceptance Testing (UAT) test scripts and supports data conversion activities as required
  • Provides expert technical judgment on business processes and systems to support the development of effective strategies for optimum operation, development and improvement
  • Performs tasks involved in the various stages of the system development cycle, including business process re-engineering
  • Provides strong specialist support, often necessary to influence, persuade or educate others on the objectives and details of Human Resources systems and processes
  • Produces ad hoc reports for business as needed
  • Responsible for all aspects of Organization and position management including creation and maintenance of organizational structures, position management and configuration of Workforce Plans as defined by the business
  • Provides analytical support in order to develop models, tools and reports to manage business risks related to Human Capital Management
  • Responsible for preparation and distribution of monthly reports, as well as testing all scheduled reports to ensure that configuration change impacts are identified and adjustments made as required
  • Develops models to predict risk and other key dimensions related to hiring, workforce assessment, staff movements, attrition modeling and personnel cost planning
  • Plays an integral role in supporting Labour Relations, including supporting collective bargaining through the development of analytics
  • Perform other duties as required

 

Compensation: Salary + 15 % bonus + an excellent benefits package

 

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19-011 – Senior Advisor

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Advisor
Resume Due Date:  Thursday, February 21st (5:00PM EST) (urgent request, time allotted to source candidates shortened)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 6 months
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

A Senior Advisor is required to assist in establishing a program that will review and revise outage activities for post-Refurbishment outages such that the total outage duration is reduced from current norms.  This will be through a combination of innovative approaches to the scoping, planning and execution of outage work activities.  Specifically this person must:

  1. Assist in defining the initial project scope and major sub-actions and documenting the activities in a project plan
  2. Assist in identifying the timeline for deliverables
  3. Assist in scheduling and conducting the initial project kick off meeting, obtaining buy-in from issue owners and identifying and documenting Issue Leads
  4. In conjunction with Issue Leads, assist with identifying any additional actions and integrating those actions into the overall project plan
  5. Assist in obtaining commitment of Issue Owners and Leads on project detail and committed schedule dates
  6. Assist in set up and populating an issue tracking file/database and an assigned-actions database (Action Tracking – Management  Actions for assigned actions)
  7. Assist in establishing routine updates, tracking progress of assigned actions and reporting (e.g.  issue tracking meeting schedule and frequency, senior leadership reporting,  agendas, metrics)
  8. Assist in establishing an electronic stored-file repository (to allow ready access for relevant documents such as white papers, rationale documents and a coordinating index for project-related Controlled Documents)
  9. Assist in identifying Phase 2 Issue Owners
  10. Assist the assigned Outage Template Issue Lead with development of an outage template which supports the Outage Innovation Project
  11. Assist in identifying project risks and proposed actions to mitigate risk

Qualifications

  1. The individual should have been previously licensed as an Authorized Nuclear Operator (ANO), Control Room Shift Supervisor (CRSS) or Shift Manager (SM) at a Nuclear Generating Station.
  2. The Individual should have previous experience in Nuclear Power Plant planned outage execution and an understanding of the outage scoping process, outage planning process and the operational constraints associated with planned outage execution.
  3. The individual should have previous experience in identifying and implementing innovations aimed at gaining efficiency in outage execution or reducing outage duration. The OPG 40 day outage innovation project or the Bruce Power 30 day/30 month outage innovation project are examples.
  4. The individual should be familiar with process or work-face execution improvements implemented at Darlington Refurbishment

19-010 – Authorization Training Supervisor

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Authorization Training Supervisor
Resume Due Date:  Thursday, February 21st (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 3 years
Location: Pickering Learning Centre

Job Overview

Responsibilities include:

  1. The analysis of initial and continuing training needs of authorized operating staff
  2. The design, development and delivery of knowledge and skills training for authorized operating staff 
  3. The evaluation, examination and testing of authorized operating staff in both a classroom and full scope simulator environment
  4. The mentoring and training of new authorization training supervisors

Qualifications

The individual should have been previously licensed as an Authorized Nuclear Operator (ANO), Control Room Shift Supervisor (CRSS) or Shift Manager (SM) at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, Units 5-8.

Ideally, the candidate has been previously qualified as an Authorization Training Supervisor at OPG or have participated in classroom and simulator-based training of authorized operating staff.

 

Tool Crib Coordinator

Tool Crib Coordinator

 

  • Oakville, Ontario
  • Days, Monday to Friday, starting at 7:00 am
  • Min 3 years experience 
  • Permanent, min 40 hours per week
  • $50,000 to $70,000 annually
  • Company Paid Benefits, RSP Matching

 

Are you looking working with a rapidly growing company where you are an integral part of the organization and your contribution makes a big impact?

 

Ian Martin Group is working with a client that is a leading supplier of precision-machined components to the international nuclear industry. They have a great reputation and a proven track record of success. Everyone you will work there is passionate about the work that they do.

 

What you will be responsible for:

 

  • Responsible for managing and maintaining Production Tool Inventory.
  • Prepare tooling kits for production runs so they are ready per the production schedule.
  • Issue and maintain tool and equipment records for parts that leave and are returned to inventory.
  • Work with Engineering and Programming to quote and issue material requisitions and purchase orders for tool and equipment as required.
  • Work with Purchasing to order out of stock tools and parts and ensure safety stock is in place. 
  • Receive, unpack, and store incoming tools/equipment and requisitions stock to replenish inventory. 
  • Maintain spare parts in an organized fashion.
  • Conduct cycle time studies or tool life monitoring programs to assess viability of tool and equipment.
  • Inspects and measures tools and equipment for defects and wear.
  • Pre-set tool lengths in preparation for scheduled production runs.
  • Repairs, services and lubricates tools and equipment, as required.
  • Regrind and shape end mills and drills as necessary to ensure they are properly sharpened and calibrated for use.
  • Locate lost or misplaced tools and equipment, as required.
  • Monitor coolant concentration and assists with maintaining at a proper level.
  • Performs detail oriented tasks, requiring good hand-eye coordination, utilizing basic language and math skills.

 

 

As our new team member, you are not afraid to ask questions and will seek out answers when unsure leveraging the knowledge of those around you. You will have a high level of integrity and dependability with a strong sense of urgency.  You have a great work ethic and like to see a job well done.

 

Working with Ian Martin Workforce to Find Your Next Career

 

We’re a big company with a lot of history, but with a personalized approach and a genuine interest in finding you your perfect fit.  The client that we are working with offers a highly competitive wage with benefits and RSP matching plan.  They offer a great work environment where people have a lot of pride in the work that they do and enjoy the people they work with.

 

 

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Minimum of 3 years relevant experience 
  • Must have purchasing and sourcing experience
  • Previous CNC Mill and Lathe experience with an understanding of the various types of machine tools.
  • Knowledge and understanding of machine speeds and feeds.
  • Knowledge and experience working with various tooling vendors
  • Experience working with MicroSoft Office – Word, Excel, Outlook required.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Able to work in a fast pace without getting overwhelmed while staying organized.

 

 

 

Are you ready to apply and feel you fit the criteria above?

Please submit your resume by clicking “Apply Now” to this posting.  Or you can give us a call at 1 (800) 567 9675 x 2283 or call/text us at (905) 330 9861.  If you text, please include your name and position you’re interested in.

 

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19-009 – Project Manager, Nuclear Fleet Improvement Projects

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Manager, Nuclear Fleet Improvement Projects
Resume Due Date:  Wednesday, February 13th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 3
Duration: 18 months
Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering ON

Job Overview

These Project Manager positions involve managing projects in the Nuclear Strategic Portfolio in the focus areas for transformational change and improvements at OPG.  These projects deal with a broad scope of functional areas across OPG Nuclear.  Strategic Project Managers are expected to provide support for one or more of these projects.

1) These projects involve significant process, people, and culture changes that lead to efficiencies AS OPPOSED TO projects that involve plant modifications or construction.

2) The main functional areas for these projects are : Power Reactor Maintenance, Power Reactor Outages, Work Management, Outage Management, Supply Chain, Power Reactor Operations.

3) Candidates with experience in the above functional areas are of the most interest, particularly where there experience is with OPG.

Candidates must have significant work experience/background in Nuclear Power Plants as described above in addition to project management experience and capabilities, particularly as described below:

  1. Provide leadership in management the project including project/initiative design, project planning and scheduleing, relationship mangement, cost schedule, optimization of project implementation.
  2. Define project objectives, scope, estimates, schedules, work plans and all resource requirements.
  3. Integrate the efforts of all persons contributing to a project,  Coordinate and implement project technical work/solutions, and initiate the acquisition of appropriate approvals.
  4. Prepare reports to provide information and data in response to requests.  Initiate studies or investigations where opportunities for improvement are apparent.  Collect, or arrange for collection, assembly and analysis of data associated with past events or operations.  Prepare reports outlining technical details of procedure, processes, results, or conclusions and the roles played by internal and/or external groups, such may include delivery of presentations
  5. Provide cost estimates and update costs of existing projects.  Monitor actual project costs, and investigate and explain variances.  Assist in the preparation of financial justification for the release of project funds.

Qualifications

This position requires sound knowledge of the principles, processes and management associated with nuclear generation facilities as well as business and project management.

  1. a 4-year university degree in a relevant field
  2. over 10 years of experience:

a) in the operation, maintenance, work management and outage aspects of a nuclear generating station, and

b) in the management of projects in these areas.

c) in strategic projects involving people, process and culture change.

  1. Led a larger project team to demonstrate their knowledge and ability in project management principles and practices.

Must have demonstrated:

  1. The ability to break down complex problems into manageable parts, and to develop alternative solutions as recommendations.
  2. The ability to prioritize conflicting requirements to achieve results in a complex and evolving business environment.
  3. The ability to lead a team and elicit the maximum contribution from all the members.
  4. The ability to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization, and to convey complex matters in simple terms.
  5. The ability to maintain high standards related to output quality against requirements, and to consistently require conformance by both staff and contractors.
  6. A working knowledge of industry best practices in the subject area.
  7. Ability to elicit satisfactory outputs from a team of peers and work collaboratively.

Supplementary Requirements

  1. Certification as a Project Management Professional is considered to be an asset in this role.

19-008 – Work Control Team Leader

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Work Control Team Leader
Resume Due Date:  Wednesday, February 13 (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 2 years
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

Single Point of Contact for Design Project Work in the On-line and Outage Work Management Process

Plan, organize, coordinate and maintain status of all preparatory and ongoing requirements of workplan/schedule

Manage and direct the resolution of all inter-group or inter-department coordination issues. Be responsible for giving direction to all workgroups including Contract Partners.

Provide effective leadership at daily status meetings in order to control, maintain and update work plan/schedule

Support the development of detailed, logic tied , resource loaded schedules for respective Work Break Down Structure utilizing scheduling tools and software.

Qualifications

Requires a knowledge of control, mechanical and civil technologies, including sciences subject fundamentals of physics, chemistry, thermodynamics, electrical theory, instrumentation, mechanics, nuclear theory and mathematics to understand the application to processes and systems.

Requires practical experience associated with a multi-unit nuclear facility to become thoroughly familiar with systems, equipment and components and process related to maintenance and production of energy.

Requires a knowledge of Operating Policies and Procedures, Safety Procedures including radiation protection and conventional safety practices. Requires an understanding of the Work Protection Code to effectively plan work.

Requires a knowledge of Work Management Processes and be thoroughly familiar with workgroups, interrelations between same, typical problems encountered and special needs and issues.

Requires experience in a team lead role to manage and control daily and outage project work on plant systems.

A period of over 8 is considered necessary to gain this experience.

19-007 – Senior Technical Engineer/Officer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Technical Engineer/Officer
Resume Due Date:  May 29th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 2 years
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering ON

Job Overview

This request is for Augmented Staff to perform the duties of a Senior Technical Engineer/Officer in Projects Design. Job responsibilities include performing the duties of a Design Engineer as associated with Qualification 33685, including and not limited to — Plant modifications as per N-PROC-MP-0090, Oversight of contractors as per N-COl-00120-10000, administration of design activities, and any other duties and accountabilities as required of a Design Engineer.

Key accountabilities include performing these duties to expected high standards of quality and providing results as per commitments.

Qualifications

  1. Education — Bachelor’s in Engineering in Electrical
  2. Experience — minimum 10 years of experience working in related field. Nuclear/OPG experience is preferred
  3. Skills — Design Engineering qualified. Ability to work diligently, quick learner, efficient, business acumen, experience with oversight functions
  4. Professional Designations — P.Eng

19-005 – NR Construction Engineering Design Lead

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: NR Construction Engineering Design Lead
Resume Due Date:  February 13th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 11 months, estimated end date November 30, 2019
Location: Refurbishment Project Office (RPO) Darlington
Project Title:  Nuclear Refurbishment, Construction Engineering

Job Overview

This temporary assignment is for one (1) position in NR Construction Engineering. The main task is to be a Design Lead during the execution phase of a key Balance of Plant project, the Auxiliary Shutdown Cooling project (ASDC). The duties include Design Engineering support to Construction and facilitate Design related field issue resolution. Provide advice and/or direction, review designs and sign on design documents and Field Initiated Changes. Facilitate a positive outcome with EPC (Engineer Procure and Construct) vendors. Understand impact to cost and schedule and provide support to minimize impact. The job requires excelled leadership and problem solving skills, as well ability to deliver results to in alignment with both strategic and daily plan priorities.

Qualifications

  1. DE/DTL qualified or previously qualified within OPG or similar Candu Nuclear Power Plant.
  2. Discipline: Mechanical
  3. 5 plus years Design experience, preferably in OPG or Nuclear Industry. 10+ preferred.
  4. Mechanical design experience including solid experience with ASME Section III (nuclear systems) work. Qualification for ASME Section III certification is an asset.
  5. Working knowledge of Engineering Change Control processes at OPG or Nuclear Industry.
  6. P.Eng is an asset
  7. Dynamic leader, excellent problem solver
  8. Proven ability to deliver results collaboratively in field execution environment, involving complex technical and schedule considerations.

19-002 – Senior Technical Engineer/Officer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Technical Engineer/Officer      
Resume Due Date:  Monday, January 21st (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 1 year
Location: 1910 Clements Road, Pickering ON
Hours of work:  20-35/week

Project Title:  Inspection & Reactor BOP Turbine PAUT Development for DNRU3 Row 6 Steeple

Job Overview

  1. The Services required are of an advanced NDE nature and very specific to the history of the equipment and R&D of the OPG-IMS Phased Array lab.  The Aug staff will require an extensive history in developing these systems at OPG and therefore can provide the required specific technical support /knowledge transfer to the existing technical staff in the current environment of significant retirement/attrition numbers. The Aug staff will also require extensive background in the development, training and execution of Phased Array inspections on Turbine and Generator components.
  2. The services requested are to provide NDE consulting services on IRI specific problems and projects until the end of 2019. Duties will be comprised of remote formulation of reports, answering technical questions and/or in-house lab work as required.
  3. Already have the NDT specialist competencies in Advanced NDT methods (Phased Array UT)
  4. Develop, deploy and execute inspection activities focused on advanced NDT methods;
  5. Prepare Technical Work Instructions and develop procedures and techniques.
  6. Perform laboratory and field investigations; provide support in lab or field environments by conducting tests or troubleshooting equipment
  7. Assist in the design, assembly, deployment and maintenance of tooling equipment, processes, systems and development of NDT methods.
  8. Work with newly acquired technology intended to enhance performance of the NDT Team.
  9. Collaborate with team to lead development of new technology applications
  10. Prepare technical documentation such as technical specifications, field implementation procedures, inspection and test plans, operating manuals, etc.
  11. As a technical specialist perform investigations and technical studies for customers.
  12. Respond to customer inquiries, maintain good customer relations and help resolve customer-raised issues/problems.
  13. Ensure customer satisfaction by following good quality and safety practices in all aspects of work performed. Maintain quality records.

Qualifications

  1. You hold a Professional diploma (DEP) or CEGEP degree (AEC/DEC) in Engineering or have equivalent experience.
  2. You have a minimum of five (15) years of experience in non-destructive testing (NDT) with emphasis on Phased Array Ultrasonic Inspection Techniques;
  3. You have a Canadian General Standard Board (CGSB) certifications, level 2 or level 3 in more than one method (including either UT or ET) or equivalent knowledge -You have knowledge about typical NDT industrial codes and standards;
  4. You have a good working knowledge of computer software such as Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Ultra Vision (or equivalent),
  5. Requires knowledge of mechanical components, visual inspection equipment, machining, testing and maintenance of tooling devices and system

Key Skills:

  1. Demonstrated experience in successfully developing NDE Phased array Inspections, with a focus on Turbine or Turbine components
  2. Proven experience in the Development of Phased array Ultrasonic Inspection Techniques
  3. Strong background and experience at Ontario Power generation or its subsidiaries
  4. Strong background working around Steam Turbine Generator systems.
  5. Outstanding qualitative research, in the development of Inspection reference and calibration samples
  6. Ability to synthesize interview data and integrate into meaningful reports and recommendations
  7. Strong organizational and communications skills
  8. Experience with probability of detection studies through use of analytical software (i.e. CIVA) or laboratory based studies.

Other Qualifications:

  1. High degree of comfort working in an unstructured environment that requires solving complex, open-ended issues with incomplete data and little direction.
  2. Outstanding attention to detail
  3. Ability to be self-directed and contribute to engagements
  4. Collegial team player who can work in a small team environment
  5. Ability to work well under pressure and act in utmost confidentiality with sensitive leadership information
  6. Exceptional communication and presentation skills, with the ability to work effectively with and influence senior leaders
  7. Diplomacy, poise, maturity and empathy are all key attributes for success

19-001 – Senior Technical Engineer/Officer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Technical Engineer/Officer 
Resume Due Date:  Friday, January 11, 2019 (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 1 year
Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering ON

Job Overview

  1. Position is for Obsolescence Management section within Nuclear Engineering Division.
  2. The job function is to find replacement for obsolete items supporting both Pickering and Darlington stations..
  3. The job function requires fundamental understating of the nuclear safety, design and procurement engineering requirements for nuclear station.

Qualifications

  1. Former OPG employees with OPG Design or Procurement Engineering qualification is preferred.
  2. The job requirements include Engineering degree in Electrical/I&C field.
  3. Applicant must be a P.Eng with a working experience of at least 4 years.
  4. Experience with preparing design specs, preparing design calculations, preparing modifications or performing item equivalency evaluations will be considered as an asset.
  5. OPG Design Engineer qualifications will be an asset

18-189 – Senior Advisor

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Advisor
Resume Due Date:  Monday, January 7th, 2019 (5:00PM EST)                                 Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 12 months
Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering ON

Job Overview

Individual to perform field observations of operations staff both in the main control room and simulator.  They will be monitoring activities based on the INPO Event Report 17-5 "Line of Site to the Core" and providing feedback to the station teams on their effectiveness.  This will span from the top leadership levels to the individuals executing activities in the field.

Qualifications

Previously licensed as a Shift Manager at a nuclear facility.

Management experience

18-185 – Senior Fire Protection Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Fire Protection Engineer
Resume Due Date:  Monday, January 7th, 2019 (5:00PM EST) 
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 12 months
Location: Darlington ESSB

Job Overview

  1. Provide Fire Protection expertise for Darlington IIP Projects, such as assessment of OPG's compliance with fire codes, scope of inspections, evaluating need for repairs and specifying repair or refurbishment strategies, preparing IIP close out documentation for submission to the CNSC, reviewing and providing Station strategies for managing age-related degradation mechanisms of  components.

Qualifications

  1. 4 year University Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering (or equivalent)
  2. A minimum of 15 years experience in industry, preferably Nuclear with OPG operation, Design or Engineering background.
  3. Strong knowledge of Fire Code requirements.

18-180 – Technical Officer/Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Technical Officer/Engineer
Resume Due Date:  Thursday April 4th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 12 months
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering, Ontario

Job Overview

  1. Develop the NDT specialist competencies in Advanced NDT methods (Phased Array UT, Concrete NDT, Eddy Current Array, etc.)
  2. Develop, deploy and execute inspection activities focused on advanced NDT methods
  3. Develop learning autonomy
  4. Prepare Technical Work Instructions and develop procedures and techniques.
  5. Perform laboratory and field investigations; provide support in lab or field environments by conducting tests or troubleshooting equipment
  6. Assist in the design, assembly, deployment and maintenance of tooling equipment, processes, systems and development of NDT methods.
  7. Work with newly acquired technology intended to enhance performance of the NDT Team. This includes, but is not limited to: Augmented Reality technology, Virtual Reality technology and other similar technologies. The required work includes, but is not limited to: research, analysis and utilization of the aforementioned technologies, Machine Learning, Data Management, and Applications Development.
  8. Collaborate with team to lead development of new technology applications
  9. Prepare technical documentation such as technical specifications, field implementation procedures, inspection and test plans, operating manuals, etc.
  10. As a technical specialist perform investigations and technical studies for customers.
  11. Respond to customer inquiries, maintain good customer relations and help resolve customer raised issues/problems.
  12. Ensure customer satisfaction by following good quality and safety practices in all aspects of work performed. Maintain quality records.
  13. Perform other duties as required.

Qualifications

  1. Bachelor Degree in Engineering or Applied Science.
  2. Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is an asset.
  3. Demonstrated experience in successfully implementing an innovation process, strategy and/ or department 
  4. Knowledge of innovation tools including experience using innovation development frameworks and models that will interface with the marketplace
  5. Demonstrated strategic thinking skills and experience in executing on the details of an innovation strategy including innovation processes and systems
  6. Proven experience with innovation strategy development, competitive strategy, and scenario planning
  7. Strong business acumen, marketing and analytical skills
  8. Outstanding qualitative research, and presentation skills
  9. Ability to synthesize interview data and integrate into meaningful reports and recommendations
  10. Strong organizational and communications skills
  11. Comfort working in a virtual environment
  12. Conducted market and business analysis/research
  13. Experience with development of Innovation process is an asset
  14. High degree of comfort working in an unstructured environment that requires solving complex, open-ended issues with incomplete data and little direction
  15. Outstanding attention to detail
  16. Ability to be self-directed and contribute to engagements
  17. Collegial team player who can work in a small team environment
  18. Ability to work well under pressure and act in utmost confidentiality with sensitive leadership information
  19. Exceptional communication and presentation skills, with the ability to work effectively with and influence senior leaders
  20. Diplomacy, poise, maturity and empathy are all key attributes for success

 

18-178 – Technical Officer/Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Technical Officer/Engineer
Resume Due Date:  Monday, January 7th, 2019 (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 12 months
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering, Ontario

Job Overview

Provide technical advice, guidance, consultation and services to stakeholders to deal with problems and issues for assigned project.  This may include (but not limited to):

  1. Establishing and utilizing contacts with suppliers and manufacturers and in other industries/ utilities as a resource for problem-solving.
  2. Participating in and/or chairing meetings with involved stakeholders to identify issues causing conflict or controversy (i.e. work priorities, objectives, etc.), work together to analyse alternative approaches, and reach mutual agreement on the problem resolution.
  3. Developing proposals and produce recommendations for stakeholder review, keeping Supervisor generally informed of outcome and significant impacts.
  4. Lead assigned project, working with project team and stakeholders, to determine resource requirements, balance workload with available resources (if applicable), coordinate work efforts with other involved groups, adapt project/study activities to address changing priorities, anticipate and resolve problems which pose an impediment to successful completion, and accomplish planned work results to the satisfaction of the stakeholders and Supervisor within established budgetary and scheduling constraints.
  5. Produce reports or other documents and/or presentations as required to portray results from project deliverables/ activities and present evidence to support conclusions or recommendations.
  6. Evaluate and secure the services and products of external firms, in accordance with corporate policies and divisional programs.
  7. Contribute as required to committees and task forces to conduct studies and/or carry out work programs for the Business Unit, Ontario Power Generation, and/or other utilities or industries.
  8. Ensure that all work activities, programs, and project deliverables reflect an awareness of applicable legislated, corporate and departmental safety requirements and programs and are in compliance with same.  Anticipate future regulations/requirements and provide input into their formulation. Contribute to the development and administration of the departmental/divisional safety program.
  9. Participate in budget submissions, financial evaluations and purchase justifications as requested.
  10. Keep abreast of latest developments in the assigned technical discipline, through reference to relevant technical publications and regular interface with research, industrial, and educational bodies.
  11. Perform other duties as required to support progress of work activities.

Lead and facilitate project management activities/ deliverables:

  1. Perform weekly project trends and updates to track project costs and schedule.
  2. Support preparation of Business Case Summary to obtain project funding. 
  3. Provide monthly forecasts and changes to annual cash flows.
  4. Obtain approval for contingency funding and project milestones changes.
  5. Formulate strategies to mitigate project cost variances. 
  6. Initiate contracts for materials and purchased services (i.e. engineering, procurement, construction activities). 
  7. Manage material and purchase service contracts to ensure terms and conditions are maintained and disputes are resolved.

Facilitate and support Engineering Change/Modification process:

  1. Complete modification deliverables to support the Engineering Change process.  
  2. Provide oversight throughout all phases of the modification (initiation, design, implementation, commissioning, AFS and closeout).    
  3. Coordinate review meetings with stakeholders to ensure issues relating to constructability, operability, maintainability and safety are identified and addressed.
  4. Facilitate the procurement of long-lead material and spares.
  5. Prepare Available for Service (AFS) documentation and obtain approval to turnover modification to station stakeholders.
  6. Track the closeout of the modification following AFS to ensure all open items and outstanding actions are completed.

Support project field testing and execution activities:

  1. Prepare installation and commissioning work plans to coordinate field activities.
  2. Prepare schedules to ensure the proper sequencing of installation and commissioning tasks.  
  3. Support coordination of activities to ensure work is executed to maintain schedule stability.    
  4. Resolve field issues in a timely manner to mitigate delays in the field.  Utilize approved troubleshooting process as required. 

Qualifications

  1. Bachelor Degree in Engineering or Applied Science.
  2. Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is an asset.
  3. Minimum 4 years of relevant work experience within project engineering
  4. Ideal candidates will have worked in a Nuclear Engineering environment
  5. Experience and knowledge with Inspection Qualification Programs is considered an asset
  6. Experience and ability as a team player to understand and manage the interrelationships of various internal and external groups in order to facilitate objectives and ensure projects satisfy stakeholder requirements
  7. Strong written and verbal communication skills and be comfortable leading meetings and giving presentations;
  8. Have a desire to balance engineering theoretical work with hands-on field work
  9. Have experience and/or willingness to interface with vendors
  10. Have a strong interest in fast-paced, challenging work environments where showing initiative and self motivation are assets
  11. Advanced software skills in MS-Office (Particularly MS Project)
  12. Proven track record on delivering results
  13. Strong in understanding, executing and following governance and procedures with a questioning and analytical attitude/approach under minimum required supervision

18-176 – Manager, Projects

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Manager, Projects
Resume Due Date:  Monday, January 7th, 2019 (5:00PM EST)     
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: February 4, 2019 – December 4, 2019
Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering, Ontario

Job Overview

  1. CNP division: Manage the initiating, planning, executing, controlling and closing project management processes for assigned projects within the Commercial Services group. This includes ensuring safety, communications management, risk management, and oversight are executed in accordance to the programs and standards.
  2. Perform analysis on performance results and identify impacts on projects
  3. Ensure the establishment of project reporting metrics and effective processes to reliably collect information and communicate project results
  4. Coordinate the preparation of licensing submissions required for projects
  5. Develop, approve, and implement project governance, including documents in estimating, scheduling, scope management, and cost control

Qualifications

  1. Field experience would help with field oversight during training
  2. An appropriate level of readiness challenge integration and experience in field oversight during execution

18-173 – Project Coordinator

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Coordinator
Resume Due Date:  Thursday, December 27th (5:00PM EST)                  
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 6 months
Location: Refurbishment Project Office (RPO), Darlington

Job Overview

  1. Provide expertise in areas of Field Support and coordination within the Balance of Plant projects.
  2. The large project portfolio have complex coordination requirements and would need Nuclear field experience, to provide guidance and field coordination.

Qualifications

  1. Familiar with OPG Nuclear Modification processes, specifically in field execution
  2. Strong communication and negotiation skills
  3. Strong coordination and organization skills
  4. Proactive, self-starter, results orientated
  5. Ability to develop and implement recommendations to achieve project objectives
  6. Ability to exercise personal authority to influence others
  7. Ability to manage activities effectively over several projects concurrently

18-172 – DTL/Senior Design Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Design Team Lead/Senior Design Engineer
Resume Due Date:  Thursday February 7th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 2 years
Location: GM Building (1908 Colonel Sam Drive Oshawa ON/CanAtom Warehouse 2251 Speakman Dr Mississauga, ON
Project Title:  Turbine Generator Project – Refurb

Job Overview

The individual will accountable for overseeing design deliverables and will back up the existing Design Team Lead (DTL) for the Turbine Generator refurbishment project. This will include tracking design deliverable progress and accepting vendor documents.

Qualifications

This individual filling this role will be coordinating design activities as a Design Team Lead. A degree in Engineering is required and experience in design engineering within OPG is an asset. Previous involvement with refurbishment turbine work would be a strong asset to continue the momentum of the work.

18-171 – Project Lead

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Lead
Resume Due Date:  Tuesday, December 16th (5:00PM EST) 
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 6 months, proposed start date January 20, 2019
Location: Pickering NGS
Project Title:  Fuelling Machine Ram Seal Improvement Project

Job Overview

  1. The Project Lead will be accountable for completion of the PN FM Ram Seal Project, Moderator Cover Gas Compressor Replacement projects and other minor modifications event free and with quality.
  2. Perform oversight to the project activities with support from the Modification Team Leaders such as any required liaison activities between OPG and Vendor/Stakeholders as per N-PROC-MP-0090, Modification Process Procedure and the associated Project Governance.
  3. With support from MMOD Section Manager, the Project Lead will need to manage projects/modifications scope, cost, schedule, resources and work quality and safety, and provide timely updates or escalation to station management.
  4. Review all invoices and track the Purchase Orders.

Qualifications

  1. Minimum of four years experience in project engineering with total of eight years of engineering experience.

18-168 – Senior Information Specialist

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Information Specialist
Resume Due Date:  Wednesday, December 12th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Level:  MP5
Duration: 12 months, proposed start date January 9th, 2019
Location: Darlington Energy Complex (DEC), 1855 Energy Drive, Courtice ON

Job Overview

  1. Provide leadership and technical specialist support for the design and life cycle management of information systems/tools to ensure secure and economic operation and commercialization of the bulk electrical system (BES).
  2. Develop integrated and advanced computer based information solutions for business processes related to the economic and secure operation of the power system and the successful operation of the commercial electricity marketplace.
  3. Identify opportunities for information solutions that will provide substantial benefits for EIE customers

Qualifications

  1. Experience in Orchestra Networks EBX5 is a prerequisite

 

EWEMI

 

Civil Design Engineer – P.Eng

This position is required to support the CFVS Project and/or the Steam Generator Replacement Project at Bruce Power. 

Primary Responsibilities: Civil Design Engineer

  • Supporting projects primarily for Bruce Power, but may be required to support projects for any Framatome clients.
  • Performs a variety of more complex engineering assignments typically in areas of design, development, analysis, evaluation, testing, preparation of specifications, execution of field tasks and resolution of field problems.
  • Visit client’s sites (for example to perform field walkdowns and support installation activities).
  • Adhere to applicable Framatome procedures and quality program.
  • Work within client’s Engineering Change Control process.
  • Communicate and work closely with client stakeholders to ensure high level of customer satisfaction for engineering deliverables and service.
  • Contribute to the continual improvement of Framatome’s standards and effectiveness in the industry.
  • Mentor more junior engineers within Framatome (civil and other).
  • Receives minimal assistance and instruction on most assignments and solutions.
  • Ensures compliance with government, organization and customer engineering standards.
  • Independently evaluates, selects and applies a variety of technical techniques, procedures, and criteria using judgement in making more complex adaptations and modifications.
  • Develops new or adapted products, methods, systems or models to provide added value solutions to customers.
  • Researches and assesses best practices, proposing methods and improvements.
  • Works on special projects, as directed.
  • Performs other related duties and tasks, as required.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering and minimum 7 years of engineering experience.
  • Current Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario (PEng, PEO)
  • Advanced knowledge of engineering codes and standards related to the Canadian Nuclear Industry.
  • Excellent communication skills including the ability to comprehend and convey detailed technical data.
  • Demonstrated leadership mentoring capabilities.                                                              
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong analytical ability and problem identification/problem resolution skills

High Voltage Design Engineer

We have an immediate need for a strong High Voltage Electrical Design Engineer.

Location: Pickering  

Requirements: 10+ years and ample experience with OPG’s ECC Process as well as someone who has switch yard experience.

Does this sound like you?  If so, apply, we would love to connect with you!

18-165 – Project Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Engineer
Resume Due Date: Friday, November 30th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 1 year
Location: Darlington
Project Title: DN Emergency Power Generator 1 and 2 Replacement

Job Overview

This request is for 2 (two) Augmented Staff to perform the duties of a Project Engineer in Design Projects to support the "DN Emergency Power Generator 1 and 2 Replacement Project (Proj. #16-80126)".  The Project Engineer will directly support the Project Leader/Project Manager/Section Manager.

The Project Engineer will be an individual contributor.  The Project Engineer will be a part of a cross functional team during the engineering, installation planning, installation, commissioning and close out phases of the project.  The Project Engineer will perform/support the role of the Modification Team Leader (MTL) per the requirements of Engineering Change Control Process (ECC) N-PROC-MP-0090.  Key responsibilities will include helping to organize, communicate the status,  provide oversight, prepare/review work plans (e.g. Commissioning Work Plans), prepare project documentation, liaison with station stakeholders, utilize station processes to complete the work and other project duties as necessary.  These duties are expected to be performed to high safety and quality standards.

Qualifications

Education:  Technician, Technologist or Engineering diploma/degree preferred, but not necessary based on suitable experience with mechanical/electrical systems.

Experience:  Minimum of five year experience working in related field.  The following experience would be considered an asset:

  • Excellent ability to read and understand mechanical/electrical drawings including the operation of complex machinery;
  • Experience in preparing and reviewing Commissioning Work Plans;
  • Experience with preparing ECC documentation (including Available for Service Documentation (AFS));
  • Understanding of Quality Assurance;
  • Understanding of the work control process in a Nuclear Power Plant;
  • Good knowledge of Project Management principles and oversight functions.

Skills: Must be a quick learner, efficient, possess strong business acumen, be a strong communicator, and have the ability to work independently and diligently.

18-162 – Security & Emergency Services Programs Fitness Expert

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Security & Emergency Services Programs Fitness Expert
Resume Due Date: Thursday, November 29th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Level:  Band H
Duration: 1 year, proposed start date January 7, 2019
Location: Darlington
Project Title:  SES Program Support

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide summary of CNSC fitness test. This includes but is not limited to:
    executing pre-job briefs
  • Overseeing all physical fitness testing to monitor the health and well being of individuals undergoing testing
  • Administering blood pressure tests
  • Completing attendance sheets and coordinating with training to ensure records are updated and accurate
  • Managing all records and documentation for fitness related qualifications for emergency response maintainers
  • Must be aware of new qualifications and understand the needs of nuclear safety officers to aid in preparation of fitness tests to ensure success

Secondary Responsibilities include:

  • Managing the fitness facilities at both Pickering and Darlington sites to ensure that proper fitness equipment is ready and available for nuclear security officers
  • Become familiar with both sites and the training facilities in Wesleyville to ensure site safety as well as ensuring that testing can be completed in a safe manner.

**This is a part time roles

18-160 – Project Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Engineer
Resume Due Date: Thursday April 25th (5:00PM EST)                  
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 1 year
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering 
Project Title: PN I&C obsolescence.

Job Overview

The scope of work entails providing project management support to assigned projects. This includes (but not limited to):

  1. Manage EPC projects from inception through closeout
  2. Manage cost and schedule
  3. Manage/administer EPC contracts
  4. Review invoices and track purchase orders as per approved budget
  5. Provide Project oversight to EPC vendors to ensure projects meet requirements with respect to budget, schedule, safety, and quality
  6. Perform any required liaising activities between OPG and vendor stakeholders
  7. Manage risks and mitigation plans, maintain a risk register for assigned projects.
  8. Develop business case summaries to request funds for assigned projects
  9. Develop monthly forecasts for the project life cycle
  10. Fulfill Field team Lead and Mod Team Lead role in support of execution.
  11. Interface with the station.
  12. Integrate work into Online/Outage schedule.
  13. Write installation and commissioning workplans to support field execution.

Qualifications

  1. The candidate should have minimum of 3 years experience in project management of station modifications in Nuclear Facilities with major emphasis on activities related to installation, commissioning, risk management and cost & schedule management
  2. Four-year university education in Electrical engineering or by having the equivalent level of education/experience, or demonstrated experience in writing installation and commissioning workplans.
  3. Experience in Pickering site is an asset.
  4. 3-5 Years of relevant Project management experience and a demonstrated ability to provide project oversight.
  5. Experience with Nuclear Industry, preferably Nuclear Power Plant (OPG experience is an asset).
  6. Experience in project engineering, MTL/FTL experience in installation and commissioning of modifications.
  7. Ability to prepare coordinate estimates, schedules, execution plans, contracting strategies, business planning, forecasting.
  8. Demonstrated Knowledge of ECC process (change control process not necessarily OPG's processes).
  9. A combination of Work planning, MTL/FTL experience, project management, Risk management skills.

18-159 – Project Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Engineer
Resume Due Date: Tuesday, November 27th (5:00PM EST)                                      Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 1 year
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering ON

Job Overview

The scope of work entails providing project management support to assigned projects. This includes (but not limited to):

  1. Manage EPC projects from inception through closeout
  2. Manage cost and schedule
  3. Manage/administer EPC contracts
  4. Review invoices and track purchase orders as per approved budget
  5. Provide Project oversight to EPC vendors to ensure projects meet requirements with respect to budget, schedule, safety, and quality
  6. Perform any required liaising activities between OPG and vendor stakeholders
  7. Manage risks and mitigation plans, maintain a risk register for assigned projects.
  8. Develop business case summaries to request funds for assigned projects
  9. Develop monthly forecasts for the project life cycle
  10. Fulfill Field team Lead and Mod Team Lead role in support of execution.
  11. Interface with the station.
  12. Integrate work into Online/Outage schedule.
  13. Write installation and commissioning workplans to support field execution.

Qualifications

  1. The candidate should have minimum of 3 years experience in project management of station modifications in Nuclear Facilities with major emphasis on activities related to installation, commissioning, risk management and cost & schedule management
  2. Four-year university education in Mechanical engineering or by having the equivalent level of education/experience, or demonstrated experience in writing installation and commissioning workplans.
  3. Experience in Pickering site is an asset.
  4. 3-5 Years of relevant Project management experience and a demonstrated ability to provide project oversight.
  5. Experience with Nuclear Industry, preferably Nuclear Power Plant (OPG experience is an asset).
  6. Experience in project engineering, MTL/FTL experience in installation and commissioning of modifications.
  7. Ability to prepare coordinate estimates, schedules, execution plans, contracting strategies, business planning, forecasting.
  8. Demonstrated Knowledge of ECC process (change control process not necessarily OPG's processes).
  9. A combination of Work planning, MTL/FTL experience, project management, Risk management skills.

18-158 – Work Control Team Leader

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Work Control Team Leader
Resume Due Date: Thursday, November 22nd (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 1 year
Location: Refurb Project Office, Darlington

Job Overview

  1. Single point of contact for all boiler work and PHT Motors and the installation of first of a kind Strainer install.
  2. Scheduling of cyclical activities for these SCI’s
  3. Integration and coordination of scope of work with other projects in area
  4. Level 2 ownership
  5. Status and weekly Team meetings and follow up

Qualifications

  1. Years of experience working with Boilers
  2. Strong refurbishment work control back ground
  3. Understanding of the scope of work

18-157 – Contract – Senior Advisor

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Contract – Senior Advisor
Resume Due Date: Friday January 11th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 12 months
Location: 1340 Pickering Parkway, Pickering ON

Job Overview

Responsible for developing, planning and implementing approach/strategy, and, associated supporting documentation to end state plant systems, structures and components, utilizing strategy contained within completed End State Determination Reports and earlier reports.

Provide Operations input on various planning and design deliverables for the SAFSTOR project and overall Decommissioning program.

Qualifications

Strong Nuclear Operations background is required 

Strong familiarity with Pickering Plant

Experience in Outage Planning at Pickering

Experience with Pickering Return to Service, or Pickering U2/U3 SAFSTOR considered an asset.

18-156 – Cost & Schedule Analyst

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Cost & Schedule Analyst
Resume Due Date: Tuesday January 22nd (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 1 year
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

Develop and implement specified protocols to be employed in planning work and the preparation of schedules e.g. Work Breakdown Structures, Resource Breakdown Structures, Critical Path Method, Resource Leveling, Cost Flows, Budgeting, procedures and the like. Attempt to ensure compliance with respect to application of same.

Update, monitor and analyze specified areas of cost and schedule performance. Identify performance variances regarding actual versus planned results. Identify significant risks to achieving planned results. Recommend corrective actions to better align planned and actual results. Produce required reports and related information, e.g., predictive reporting, statistical reports, progress reports, etc.

Develop Department-specific procedures, instructions, guidelines, that facilitate the two-way flow of cost and schedule information.

Develop and maintain reports relating cost and schedule performance to the plan.

Advise and assist Division staff such as, Line Managers, project managers and project engineers, etc. with regards to avoiding and resolving cost and scheduling problems

Review and coordinate related work received from consultants and contractors. Identify deviations from the plan/schedule, and take/recommend action.

As directed by the Manager, review planning and control-related techniques, tools, processes and new technology developments for potential application.

Development Integrated Darlington Refurbishment schedules

Qualifications

Requires a knowledge of engineering principles and concepts, probability and statistics, industrial management, industrial processes, management information systems, economics and accounting practices to understand and assess numerous interdependencies of engineering, resource acquisition, installation, commissioning and operating a Thermal/Nuclear/Hydro power generation facility.

Requires a good knowledge of English, both oral and written, to facilitate effective communications with others.

Skills

Advanced P6 Primavera skills

Advanced Excel, Access skills

Advanced VBA, SQL, JAVA programming skills

Passport (AS7)

Education

four-year university education in  (engineering, construction, business administration or computer science) or equivalent level of education.

Professional designation

PMP would be an asset or other designation with project management/project controls

 

18-152 – Engineer/Technical Specialist

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Engineer/Technical Specialist
Resume Due Date: Thursday, March 28th (5:00PM EST) 
Number of Vacancies: 3
Level:  MP4
Duration: 1 year, proposed start date December 3, 2018
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering ON
Project Title:  Rapid Delivery Machine

Job Overview

Three Augmented Staff contractors are required to support The Rapid Delivery Machine (RDM) Project where the design work is being led by Fuel Channel Innovation Department (as opposed to being assigned to Plant Design Projects). The Rapid Delivery Machine Project requires sound expertise within Fuel Channel Inspections.

Demonstrated design experience in either civil, mechanical or electrical, I&C engineering is required for these positions and familiarity with the OPG Engineering Change Process, N-PROC-MP-90. Design Qualification DE# 33685 is a requirement.

Job responsibilities:

  1. Perform as a technical expert in a designated segment of the mechanical, civil or non- destructive engineering discipline. Provide technical advice, guidance, consultation and services to clients to deal with problems and studies up to and including those of the highest order of complexity, and/or for the establishment of new or revised technical programs.  Obtain and analyse pertinent information and recommend and, as appropriate, accomplish, perform tests, inspections, studies, etc.  Establish and utilize contacts with suppliers and manufacturers and in other industries/ utilities as a resource for problem-solving.  Participate in and/or chair meetings with involved groups, identify issues causing conflict or controversy (eg, work priorities, objectives, etc.), and work together to analyse alternative approaches, and to reach mutual agreement on the problem resolution.  Develop proposals and produce recommendations for customer review, keeping Supervisor generally informed of outcome and significant impacts.  Assist customer with implementation as requested or appropriate.
  2. Lead projects/studies within the discipline(s), involving nonstandard requirements and the work direction of technician and technical/engineering staff and/or carry out full responsibility for assigned ongoing technical work programs.  Develop work plans, determine resource requirements and balance workload with available resources (if applicable), coordinate work efforts with other involved groups, adapt project/study activities to address changing priorities, anticipate and resolve problems which pose an impediment to successful completion, and accomplish planned work results to the satisfaction of the client and supervisor and within established budgetary and scheduling constraints.
  3. Produce reports or other documents and/or presentations as required to portray results of studies and field tests carried out, to present evidence to support conclusions drawn or recommendations advanced, and/or to provide a resource for reference and use by others involved in the discipline.
  4. Ensure that all work activities, programs, studies, and customer services reflect an awareness of applicable legislated, corporate and departmental safety requirements and programs and are in compliance with same.  Anticipate future regulations/requirements and provide input into their formulation.
  5. May be required to participate in budget submissions, financial evaluations and purchase justifications as requested.

EDUCATION

  • Requires an in-depth knowledge of the theory, principles and practices associated with the designated discipline(s) (mechanical), civil engineering, or non-destructive engineering) to be able to assume a leading role in conducting technical studies and in providing technical advice, guidance, consultation, and problem-solving services. 
  • Requires a proficiency in verbal and written communications to prepare reports, proposals, recommendations, and presentations.

This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired either through the successful completion of a four year university education in either chemical, metallurgical, electrical, mechanical, civil, physics, etc. engineering and/or computer or environmental science or by having the equivalent level of education.

EXPERIENCE

  • Requires experience within the designated discipline, such as can be acquired in lesser level technical/engineering positions, to become familiar with station and departmental procedures, processes, techniques, problems and problem resolutions, and associated study and project requirements and stages.
  • Requires experience to become familiar with the internal and external contacts associated with departmental work activities, and with established documentation/ presentation requirements. 
  • Requires experience to become qualified and recognized as a technical expert in a specific segment of the discipline and as a generalist in other segments to provide technical advice, guidance, consultation and services to clients in thermal and nuclear generating facilities and related support functions. 
  • Requires experience in dealing with the most complex technical problems and assignments, up to and including those of the highest order of complexity, and in resolving conflicts and controversy arising in the course of work activities. 
  • Requires experience in assuming full responsibility for project or program management, including work and resource planning, problem resolution, work monitoring, and accomplishment to customer satisfaction.

Supplementary notes:

PB specialist qualifications would be an asset. ECC experience or DE qualifications (QUAL#33685) would be a requirement. This role will be part of a Design Section within the IRI projects organization reporting to a Design Section Manager.

Qualifications

  1. OPG Design Engineer Qualification # 33685 – Requirement
  2. Engineering Degree, from a recognized and qualified educational institution
  3. Registered Professional Engineer, Ontario (active licence)- Requirement
  4. Preferred Discipline: Mechanical (Pressure Boundary Experience is an asset), Civil (Seismic qualification experience is an asset), Electrical, I&C

18-150 – Technical Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Technical Engineer
Resume Due Date: Thursday, October 25th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 2
Level:  MP4
Duration: 1 year, proposed start date January 3, 2019
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering ON
Project Title:  Rapid Delivery Machine Project 83039

Job Overview

  1. Prepare and verify mechanical and/or electrical and/or instrumentation & controls and/or integrated system procedures and commissioning documentation.
  2. Perform review and acceptance of vendor procedures and testing/commissioning documentation.
  3. Perform oversight of vendor factory acceptance testing and site acceptance testing (would include travel to Cambridge, ON and possible overnight stays)
  4. Support on-site site acceptance testing and commissioning activities at Pickering, if started during contract window.

Qualifications

  1. Must have demonstrated at least three years of experience in the nuclear power industry.
  2. Must be able to demonstrate at least four years of experience with the commissioning of mechanical and/or electrical and/or instrumentation & controls systems.
  3. Must have an engineering degree or college diploma that is relevant to item #2.
  4. Experience with non-destructive examination technology is an asset.
  5. Experience with automation systems is an asset.
  6. Experience with preparing operations/maintenance/installation/commissioning/test procedures is an asset.
  7. Experience with OPG's Risk Based Modifications (N-PROC-MP-0090) governance is an asset.
  8. Experience with OPG's Work Protection governance is an asset.

 

18-144 – Cost & Schedule Analyst

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position:  Cost & Schedule Analyst
Resume Due Date: Friday, October 12th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 12 months
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

  1. Develop and implement specified protocols to be employed in planning work and the preparation of schedules e.g. Work Breakdown Structures, Resource Breakdown Structures, Critical Path Method, Resource Leveling, Cost Flows, Budgeting, procedures and the like. Attempt to ensure compliance with respect to application of same.
  2. Update, monitor and analyze specified areas of cost and schedule performance. Identify performance variances regarding actual versus planned results. Identify significant risks to achieving planned results. Recommend corrective actions to better align planned and actual results. Produce required reports and related information, e.g., predictive reporting, statistical reports, progress reports, etc.
  3. Develop Department-specific procedures, instructions, guidelines, that facilitate the two-way flow of cost and schedule information.
  4. Develop and maintain reports relating cost and schedule performance to the plan.
  5. Advise and assist Division staff such as, Line Managers, project managers and project engineers, etc. with regards to avoiding and resolving cost and scheduling problems
  6. Review and coordinate related work received from consultants and contractors. Identify deviations from the plan/schedule, and take/recommend action.
  7. As directed by the Manager, review planning and control-related techniques, tools, processes and new technology developments for potential application.
  8. Development Integrated Darlington Refurbishment schedules

Qualifications

Requires a knowledge of engineering principles and concepts, probability and statistics, industrial management, industrial processes, management information systems, economics and accounting practices to understand and assess numerous interdependencies of engineering, resource acquisition, installation, commissioning and operating a Thermal/Nuclear/Hydro power generation facility.

Requires a good knowledge of English, both oral and written, to facilitate effective communications with others.

Skills

Advanced P6 Primavera skills

Advanced Excel, Access skills

Advanced VBA, SQL, JAVA programming skills

Passport (AS7)

Education

four-year university education in  (engineering, construction, business administration or computer science) or equivalent level of education.

Professional designation

PMP would be an asset or other designation with project management/project controls

18-143 – Work Control Team Leader

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position:  Work Control Team Leader
Resume Due Date: December 31st 2018 (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 1 year, proposed start date December 13, 2018
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

Support of the RTS department. Act as the Work Control Liaison to RTS and be in charge of development of the RTS schedule including resource balancing, quality checks, issue & conflict resolution. The secondary assignment is as the Work Control Team Lead (WCTL) for integration of non project work items into the Auxiliary Shut Down Cooling Project (ASDC).

Qualifications

  1. WCTL  experience and outage managerial experience.
  2. The incumbent is considered to be a subject matter expert in unit start-up at Darlington.
  3. PHT system engineer experience. Because of his combination of outage & engineering experience,
  4. ASDC project experience and proven ability to integrate this project with the remaining station work

18-141 – Cost & Schedule Analyst

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position:  Cost & Schedule Analyst
Resume Due Date: Monday Nov 5th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 12 months
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

  1. Develop and implement specified protocols to be employed in planning work and the preparation of schedules e.g. Work Breakdown Structures, Resource Breakdown Structures, Critical Path Method, Resource Leveling, Cost Flows, Budgeting, procedures and the like. Attempt to ensure compliance with respect to application of same.
  2. Update, monitor and analyze specified areas of cost and schedule performance. Identify performance variances regarding actual versus planned results. Identify significant risks to achieving planned results. Recommend corrective actions to better align planned and actual results. Produce required reports and related information, e.g., predictive reporting, statistical reports, progress reports, etc.
  3. Develop Department-specific procedures, instructions, guidelines, that facilitate the two-way flow of cost and schedule information.
  4. Develop and maintain reports relating cost and schedule performance to the plan.
  5. Advise and assist Division staff such as, Line Managers, project managers and project engineers, etc. with regards to avoiding and resolving cost and scheduling problems
  6. Review and coordinate related work received from consultants and contractors. Identify deviations from the plan/schedule, and take/recommend action.
  7. As directed by the Manager, review planning and control-related techniques, tools, processes and new technology developments for potential application.
  8. Development Integrated Darlington Refurbishment schedules

Qualifications

Requires a knowledge of engineering principles and concepts, probability and statistics, industrial management, industrial processes, management information systems, economics and accounting practices to understand and assess numerous interdependencies of engineering, resource acquisition, installation, commissioning and operating a Thermal/Nuclear/Hydro power generation facility.

Requires a good knowledge of English, both oral and written, to facilitate effective communications with others.

Skills

Advanced P6 Primavera skills

Advanced Excel, Access skills

Advanced VBA, SQL, JAVA programming skills

Passport (AS7)

Education

four-year university education in  (engineering, construction, business administration or computer science) or equivalent level of education.

Professional designation

PMP would be an asset or other designation with project management/project controls

 

18-140 – Senior Advisor

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position:  Senior Advisor
Resume Due Date: Tuesday November 20th                              
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 14 months, proposed end date December 31, 2019
Location: Darlington Energy Complex (DEC), Courtice ON

Job Overview

  1. Coordinate and lead the holistic efforts of Project work and Work Management working with Engineering, Operations, Maintenance, and Vendors (stakeholders) for the planning and preparation of the Darlington Refurbishment Subsequent Units Planning- Work Management department.
  2. Drive the Refurbishment Outage Milestones program and Project readiness programs for Subsequent Unit Planning, undertaking the collaboration and coordination of information by sorting, organizing and reporting out aspects of the Refurbishment programs/projects. This is achieved by participating in a team environment.
  3. Perform other duties as required to support Work Management-Darlington Nuclear Refurbishment.

Qualifications

  1. Have Leadership skills consistent with using Facilitative Leadership, Outcome and Results and Decision Making & Good Judgement.
  2. Ability to lead meetings, network, collaborate, drive assignments to completion, create spreadsheets for tracking progress and analyze reporting metrics and data to determine if project is on track.
  3. Be familiar with or have the ability to learn how to obtain information from databases such as Asset Suite, Risk Management Oversight Tool & Primavera (P6).
  4. Nuclear Power Plant Outage managing and planning experience working with Engineering, Operations, Maintenance and Vendors required.
  5. Authorized Nuclear Operator, Control Room Shift Supervisor, Shift Manager qualifications from a Nuclear Power Plant are desirable.  Engineering Project Management with experience from a Nuclear Facility will also be considered.
  6. Understand how projects flow (project management familiarity).

18-133 – Senior Technical Engineer/Officer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position:  Senior Technical Engineer/Officer
Resume Due Date: April 16  (5:00PM EST)     
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 2 years
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering ON
Project Title: Projects Design

Job Overview

Job responsibilities include performing the duties of Design Engineer as associated with Qualification 33685, including and not

limited to — Plant modifications as per N-PROC-MP-0090, Oversight of contractors as per N-COl-00120-10000, administration

of design activities, and any other duties and accountabilities as required of Design Engineer.

Key accountabilities include performing these duties to expected high standards of quality, and providing results as per

commitments.

Qualifications

Education: Bachelors in Engineering in Civil, Structural or similar field

Experience: Minimum 15 years of experience working in related field. Nuclear/OPG experience is preferred

Skills — Design Engineering with background in Structural, Civil, Anchor Design. Ability to work diligently, quick learner, efficient, business acumen, experience with oversight functions

Professional Designations — P.Eng

Construction Work Planner (Electrical, Mechanical and Civil)

The Construction Work Planner is located at our clients work site (Bruce Power) located in Tiverton, Ontario and typically reports directly to the Senior Project Manager.

The Construction Work Planner is responsible for understanding, walking down and creating planned work orders in the work management system for the purpose of project implementation activities for Bruce Power Life Extension Program.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Follow all Black and McDonald’s Quality Managed System procedures for work planning.
  • Interpret design documents for scope installation
  • Write detailed work instructions to accomplish field implementation – this includes knowledge of and reference to many station procedures, standards and specifications.
  • Apply knowledge of construction methods and station configuration to create the work task structure breakdown to implement the project.

 

COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS

  • Communicates Effectively (excellent verbal and written communication skills)
  • Holds Self and Others Accountable (proven ability to accurately handle a high volume of transactions, meet deadlines and prioritize workload)
  • Problem Solving and Innovation (Strong analytical and critical thinking skills)
  • Teamwork and Collaboration (Demonstrated ability to collaborate with a variety of people in a professional manner; Flexible team player with the ability to function independently while working in a team environment)

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Completion of secondary school is required.

WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • 5 years minimum experience in nuclear power plant industry
  • Experience in one or more of the following: electrical, mechanical and civil construction packages

18-128 – Authorization Training Supervisor

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position:  Authorization Training Supervisor
Resume Due Date: May 27th (5:00PM EST)                 
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 3 years
Location: Pickering Learning Centre (PLC)

Job Overview

Responsibilities include:

  1. The analysis of initial and continuing training needs of authorized operating staff
  2. The design, development and delivery of knowledge and skills training for authorized operating staff 
  3. The evaluation, examination and testing of authorized operating staff in both a classroom and full scope simulator environment
  4. The mentoring and training of new authorization training supervisors

Qualifications

The individual should have been previously licensed as an Authorized Nuclear Operator (ANO), Control Room Shift Supervisor (CRSS) or Shift Manager (SM) at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, Units 1-4. 

Ideally, the candidate has been previously qualified as an Authorization Training Supervisor at OPG or have participated in classroom and simulator-based training of authorized operating staff.

 

18-127 – Senior Advisor/Programs

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position:  Senior Advisor/Programs
Resume Due Date: Monday, September 10th (5:00PM EST)        
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 18 months
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

  1. Support projects associated with Operations
  2. Maintain rounds and routines during shut down layup
  3. Review and update Plant Status control governance and program governance
  4. Provide technical support to operating staff working in Plant Status control
  5. Complete, TCR, SCT, OPS, challenges reports for the Ops Manager
  6. Attend T-4 meetings to track project completion
  7. Attend COMS, AFS, CCD meeting and sign all PSC related items
  8. Support with SAFS (System Available for Service) preparation and RT2 schedule
  9. Unit 3 lessons learned.

Qualifications

  1. Experience in OPG Ops/Plant Status control, procedures  governance & processes
  2. Previous Management experience at Darlington
  3. Operations experience or equivalent

 

 

18-119 – Project Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Engineer
Resume Due Date: Friday March 8th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 12 months
Location: GM Building, Oshawa ON
Project Title:  Darlington Shield Tank Overpressure Protection Project

Job Overview

  1. Lead project team, including EPC contract partners and internal stakeholders, to manage a complex nuclear system modification project
  2. Plan, organize and direct the execution of prescribed design modification meeting safety, performance and quality requirements within budget and schedule commitments.
  3. Develop, plan, organize, obtain resources and/or resource commitments, execute, and control all aspects of assigned projects following Project Management Manual Guidelines including the preparation of Project Execution Plans, project schedule, project budget, and resource problems.
  4. Manage the design, installation and commissioning activities of assigned projects ensuring all project objectives and commitments are controlled and delivered within targets of safety, quality, budget and schedule.
  5. Ensure team members understand and utilize approved management processes
  6. Maximize the effectiveness of the team in establishing and communicating clear expectations regarding roles, accountabilities and conduct of team members.
  7. Ensure that all activities required to achieve project deliverables are in compliance with all station change control, QA, OP&P, safety and other pertinent procedures.
  8. Resolve issues and problems, as necessary to ensure that project deliverables are achieved as per plan, and that any changes to scope or plan are managed and approved.

Qualifications

  1. Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Engineering or related field, PMP Certification preferable
  2. Knowledge of nuclear systems and experience managing projects in a nuclear power generating station
  3. Contract management experience from development of detailed Scope of Work, Request for Proposal, Bid Evaluation, negotiations, contract conformance, execution and closeout for multimillion dollar nuclear EPC contracts
  4. Familiar with nuclear engineering change control and plant status control processes
  5. Experience with managing construction/fieldwork inside the reactor building (coordination of breathing air, floorspace, laydown, logistics and other workgroup interferences)
  6. Superior analytic skills covering both technical and value for money assessments
  7. Experience with preparation of Business Cases and OPG procurement processes
  8. Strong experience with EcoSys and Primavera P6
  9. Ability to manage stakeholders at all levels of the organization in a fast-paced environment

18-117 – Authorization Training Supervisor

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Authorization Training Supervisor

Resume Due Date: Thursday, August 2nd (5:00PM EST)                                          

Number of Vacancies:  2

Duration: 3 years, proposed start date October 4, 2018

Location: Pickering Learning Centre (PLC)

Job Overview

Responsibilities include:

  1. The analysis of initial and continuing training needs of authorized operating staff
  2. The design, development and delivery of knowledge and skills training for authorized operating staff 
  3. The evaluation, examination and testing of authorized operating staff in both a classroom and full scope simulator environment
  4. The mentoring and training of new authorization training supervisors

Qualifications

  1. The individual should have been previously licensed as an Authorized Nuclear Operator (ANO), Control Room Shift Supervisor (CRSS) or Shift Manager (SM) at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, Units 1-4.
  2. Ideally, the candidate has been previously qualified as an Authorization Training Supervisor at OPG or have participated in classroom and simulator-based training of authorized operating staff.

18-116 – Authorization Training Supervisor

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Authorization Training Supervisor

Resume Due Date: Thursday, August 2nd (5:00PM EST)                                             

Number of Vacancies:  2

Duration: 3 years, proposed start date October 4, 2018

Location: Pickering Learning Centre (PLC)

Job Overview

Responsibilities include:

  1. The analysis of initial and continuing training needs of authorized operating staff
  2. The design, development and delivery of knowledge and skills training for authorized operating staff 
  3. The evaluation, examination and testing of authorized operating staff in both a classroom and full scope simulator environment
  4. The mentoring and training of new authorization training supervisors

Qualifications

  1. The individual should have been previously licensed as an Authorized Nuclear Operator (ANO), Control Room Shift Supervisor (CRSS) or Shift Manager (SM) at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, Units 5-8.
  2. Ideally, the candidate has been previously qualified as an Authorization Training Supervisor at OPG or have participated in classroom and simulator-based training of authorized operating staff.

 

18-114 – Design Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Design Engineer
Resume Due Date: April 26th  (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 12 months
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering ON
Project Title:  Rapid Delivery Machine (RDM), Machine Delivered Scrape (CWEST) and other

Job Overview

Required engineering disciplines may include, but are not limited to, mechanical, electrical, computer, or instrumentation and control.

Conduct or arrange for the preparation of engineering modifications using mature engineering and technical knowledge.

Conduct or arrange for performing analyses, calculations and evaluations of design packages prepared for inspection equipment and systems, including the preparation of design to meet assigned objectives.

Coordinate the contracted portions of the design work to ensure design parameters are met.

Actively participate in engineering meetings as Design Team Leader or Design Engineer and ensure approved procedures are followed at all times.

Provide technical advice, guidance and consultation for mechanical or electrical engineering for customers within OPG.

Maintain instructions and procedures, prepare reports, review proposals prepared by external organizations.

Perform Procurement Engineering duties, such as preparing or reviewing Cat IDs for accuracy and completeness.

Participate and complete training as required.

Regular status/progress updates will be provided in writing to the identified OPG contact.

Qualifications

The Scope of Work requires that staff be a qualified "Design Engineer".  In OPG, a Design Engineer refers to an individual who is licensed as a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) within the Province of Ontario; is qualified to OPG QUAL 33685; and can demonstrate a working knowledge, experience, and familiarity with N-PROC-MP0090, "Engineering Change Control", the related processes and also the use of AssetSuite 7.

Excellent English and the ability to communicate clearly in writing are essential.

Knowledge and experience with materials, construction, finance and business cases drivers, Darlington/Pickering/Bruce Generating Stations familiarity would be considered desirable.

Education:

  1. Requires knowledge of engineering and mathematics, design, materials, and construction.
  2. Requires knowledge of economics and business processes to conduct engineering studies, analyses and design activities.
  3. Requires good oral and written communication skills to prepare presentations and work with others.
  4. Note:  This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired either through the successful completion of a four year university education in mechanical or electrical engineering (as applicable) or by having the equivalent level of education.

Experience:

  1. Requires experience within mechanical or electrical engineering discipline (as applicable), is familiar with station and departmental procedures, processes, techniques, problems and problem resolutions.
  2. Requires experience in dealing with complex technical problems and assignments, resolving conflicts and controversy arising in the course of work activities.

CNC Programmer

Are you an experienced CNC Programmer that is looking for a new challenge? Perhaps you worked in Aerospace or Manufacturing and you are seeking a new and exciting industry? With over 15 years of solid pipeline work ahead, this leading supplier of fuel channel and feeder components was recently awarded projects supporting Bruce Power projects as well as Ontario Power Generation.

As a team member, you are responsible for creating outstanding value for nuclear customers, by producing quality products under tight deadlines

Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

  • To select tools and design fixtures to support the creation and modification of CNC programs using Mastercam for a variety of machine tool configurations including 5 axis and 3 + 2 axis milling machines.
  • Create comprehensive tool path controls for our requirements.
  • Develop detailed work instructions including Solidworks CAD drawings, Inspection Test Procedures (ITPs), and Material Control Sheets to lead the process to manufacture and assemble these complex precision-machined components.
  • Interface with manufacturing, quality engineering and production supervision to ensure that all manufacturing processes are proven prior to the start of production.
  • Work with the CNC Machinists in completing the part setup sheets to lock in the setup. 
  • Work with the manufacturing engineers, and Machinists to perform time studies, Lean 5S events to highlight the waste (inefficiency, rework, improper tool setup) and develop solutions before implementing.
  • Develop and launch the process/engineering change request process.
  • Design component jigs, fixtures and test rigs.
  • Review project budgets and provide cost and timing estimates to project managers.

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated mastery of Mastercam programming for 5 and 2+3 axis machines.
  • Have a minimum of three to five years of experience in a similar programming role.
  • Knowledge of Mastercam will be an asset.
  • Knowledge of ASME Code, ISO 9001, CSA N285.0 and Z299 quality programs is an asset.
  • Experience with manufacturing precision-machined components and related processes including heat treatment, plating, assembly and testing activities.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills with a focus on continuous improvement.
  • Strong communication and problem solving skills to work within a team-based environment.

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18-112 – SM, Radiation Protection Field

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: SM, Radiation Protection Field
Resume Due Date: Thursday, July 26th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 24 Months
Location: Darlington
Project Title: Field Support for Darlington Refurbishment Radiation Protection

Job Overview

Reporting to the Radiation Protection (RP) Manager, the duties and accountabilities are similar to those for a Nuclear Station RP Field Section Manager.

Provide the expertise, experience, strategies and leadership in support of major RP initiatives such as source term, contamination, and risk reduction activities to reduce worker dose and prevent radiological events during the refurbishment of Unit 2 at Darlington.

GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

1. Be responsible for providing technical and consultative services, problem solving, technical advice and guidance, technical specifications, product expertise and related services to station personnel, management and other interested parties including regulatory agencies, concerning operations and maintenance  (including redesign of systems, equipment, and components, construction/modification/fabrication and commissioning) of nuclear plants and associated facilities in one or any combination of the following fields:

  1. Maintenance (mechanical, civil, control including predictive, preventive & corrective)
  2. Operations
  3. Fuel handling
  4. Common services (Tritium Removal Facility (TRF), Heavy Water Management (HW))
  5. Performance engineering (primary, secondary, common)
  6. Components
  7. Environmental qualification
  8. Chemistry
  9. Configuration management
  10. Inspection and maintenance (specialized, fuel channel)
  11. System & equipment design (mechanical, electrical, I & C, civil)
  12. Analysis (structural, component, thermal hydraulic, fuel and fuel channel, specialized Nuclear)

2.Carry out managerial accountabilities for the work of a staff complement, which may be composed of professional, technical, clerical, operators and trades personnel, engaged in the work of designated areas of the aforementioned fields.  Requires performing this role in accordance with approved policies, procedures and standards.  Provide meaningful input to the business plan and formulation of department work programs and tasks.  Develop work plans, consistent with time horizon of role to achieve assigned tasks.  Utilizing these work plans, establish context, subordinate tasks, controls and limits. Set cost control procedures and objectives.  Assign tasks to subordinates, ensuring the commensurate level of complexity, discussing the limits and methods to be used, specifying the task parameters and setting overall context for the assignment.  Formulate specific work assignments, and include subordinate input and discussion on requirements, issues and the like. 

3. Act as a coach and facilitator to create and sustain a non-threatening, supportive, team environment, actively working with staff to empower them to attain optimal work performance with a high level of personal responsibility and self-management.  Demonstrate openness and trust through the sharing of information and through establishing two-way team relationships, holding regular meetings with all immediate subordinates to discuss various subjects, including, safety, work plans and scope, problems and suggestions for improvement.  Identify training requirements required to perform tasks, ensuring the training is relevant and evaluation measures meaningful.  Establish performance measures and carry out personal effectiveness appraisals and regular reviews, with discussions on wage adjustments or incentives.  Make effective recommendations on staff selection and induction, taking appropriate and timely actions to deal with unsatisfactory performance, consistent with approved policies and procedures.  Provide a work environment that is conducive to employee well being, diversity, and ensuring harassment-free environment.

4.      Establish clear and effective working relationships with subordinates-once-removed (SoR), ensuring the integration of all outputs.  Communicate the overall organization goals and the direction, which guides the operation of the work programs/function.   Evaluate the potential capability of each SoR.  Act as a mentor, meeting with each individual on a regular basis to discuss development plans, and provide appropriate advice.

5.Seek to improve work processes, cultivating an awareness of organisational changes that impact on the need to adapt methods and operations.  Develop strategies and work processes for the plant.  Analyze technical results and adjust/implement work programs as necessary, including the identification of resources required, optimizing performance.  Provide assurance that activities are implemented at minimum cost within budgetary limitations.  Ensure management systems are in place to meet all due diligence requirements and are effectively managed on a continuing basis.

6.Continually assess and maintain Ontario Power Generation (OPG) and Nuclear-specific governing documents, including policies, standards and procedures, in compliance with regulatory requirements.

Qualifications

Education – Requires a knowledge of engineering and sciences principles, theories, applications and technology, including, physics, electrical, instrumentation, chemistry, chemistry components, mechanical, metallurgy, mathematics and economics, to effectively understand, evaluate, initiate, and advise on the processes and work programs in use, the components and structures installed in nuclear facilities, the CANDU Reactor, and operating characteristics of associated systems and equipment to facilitate the solution of maintenance and operating problems.  Requires effective communication skills, both orally and in written form.

This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the successful completion of a four-year university education in an appropriate field of engineering or sciences, or the equivalent level of education.

Experience – Requires experience in the operation of nuclear generating plants, including specialized equipment, processes, tooling, techniques and methods used, and the application of the specialty to nuclear generating stations and associated facilities.  Requires experience to become cognizant of the maintenance and operating responsibilities including relevant procedures, problems, codes, and standards, system equipment characteristics, control, maintenance and resources requirements.  Requires experience to have a good understanding of Company, mission, values, direction, business goals, objectives and impacts, contacts involved and inter-relationships of work groups.  Requires supervisory experience sufficient to fulfill effective managerial responsibilities.

A period of over eight years and up to and including ten years is considered necessary to gain this experience.

18-110 – Health Physicist

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Health Physicist
Resume Due Date: Wednesday, July 25th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  5
Duration: 24 months
Location: Darlington
Project Title: Health Physics Support for Darlington Refurbishment Radiation Protection

Job Overview

Reporting to the Section Manager, the role of Health Physicist performs radiation protection duties in assigned areas of the radiation safety program for the nuclear plants and facilities on site. This includes carrying out various responsibilities regarding radiation safety as it pertains to the protection of station personnel and the general public residing in the vicinity of the nuclear stations and facilities.

This is an exciting opportunity to work in an environment where you will contribute to Ontario Power Generation’s continued growth and success in generating safe, clean, reliable low-cost power in a sustainable manner.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES 

  1. Develop and implement dose and contamination reduction strategies;
  2. Solve problems arising from station operation and assess on a continuous basis, the effectiveness of solutions;
  3. Review new or revised radiation protection policies/standards and procedures
  4. Review work plans and procedures for ALARA considerations;
  5. Operate radiation protection programs and routine radiological reporting for the station;
  6. Review and approve (as appropriate) the radiological aspects of plant design, operating and maintenance manuals, and work procedures;
  7. Monitor the station's radiation protection program recommending strategies for improvements or corrective actions;
  8. Conduct or participate in investigations of radiological incidents.

Qualifications

Education:

  1. 4 year university degree in science or engineering

We are seeking a results oriented individual with the following:

  1. 3-5 years of experience as a Health Physicist in a related industry;
  2. Knowledge and understanding of chemistry, physics or nuclear engineering and appropriate related mathematics, to understand and apply radiation theories in the assessment of radiation hazards and the development of radiation protection practices;
  3. Experience with radiation protection and the related problems that can arise within large nuclear plants and the methods used in dealing with them. 
  4. Experience in understanding and evaluating relationships between radiation protection and operating practices at nuclear plants;
  5. Knowledgeable of related legislation and its influence and our responsibilities to the general public;
  6. Excellent oral and written communication skills to prepare effective documentation, procedures, instructions, presentations and reports;
  7. Ability to establish and maintain excellent working relationships with internal and external stakeholders; 
  8. Demonstrated critical thinking skills;
  9. Strong leadership qualities and possess well-developed analytical skills;
  10. A results-oriented focus, with the ability to work in a fast-paced changing environment and effectively manage several projects simultaneously; and
  11. Possess a valid driver's license.

 

18-109 – Contracts Coordinator

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Contracts Coordinator
Resume Due Date: Wednesday, July 25th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  4
Duration: 24 months
Location: Darlington
Project Title: Oversight Support for Darlington Refurbishment Radiation Protection

Job Overview

Reporting to the RP Field Section Manager, undertake operation, maintenance and capital projects from conception to completion, as assigned by the Manager. Review systems drawings for technical accuracy and ensure that specifications are met. Coordinate with internal and external groups to ensure that all aspects of the project are compatible such as schedules and deadlines, and that the quality of work meets standards, regulations, and specifications. Be the site contact for local contracts and oversee the supervision of staff assigned to assist with the contracts work program. Coordinate the work of contractors and trade unions at site. Be the single point of contact/SME for SCR’s/CAPS. Assist in development of Radiation Protection programs.

On behalf of the Department, undertake operation and maintenance projects from conception to completion, as assigned by Manager

Make effective recommendations to Manager on the feasibility of performing the work using Company staff or by tendering the work to contractors. Review systems drawings, as required, to ensure that specifications are met, and that the drawings are compatible with existing structures and systems. When tendering, review documents for technical accuracy, detail engineering and accuracy of drawings, making changes as necessary. At various stages of development, obtain appropriate approvals, and final approval prior to tendering contracts.

Coordinate and collaborate with internal and external groups such as trades staff, planning staff, consulting engineers and architects, contractors, fire inspectors and appropriate municipal permit authorities, to provide building systems. Ensure that electrical, civil, architectural, operational, mechanical, financial treatment, and unique project features are considered, discussed, and meet specifications. All aspects of the project must be compatible including schedules and budgets for the various phases of the work program.

Analyze and evaluate tenders. Commensurate with authority make effective recommendations to Manager on the successful contractor based upon examination of the ability of the proposal to meet specifications, including budget.

Coordinate work of contractors and consultants to ensure quality of work performed, adherence to work schedule, and conformance with standards, policies, legal requirements, codes, H&S policies, regulations, and specifications. Coordinate pre award process with trade unions, i.e. Chestnut Park Accord (CPA).

Administer local service contracts with contractors and consultants; review of manufacturers' drawings, operating manuals, and commissioning reports; coordinate work and schedules to meet time guidelines and constraints; review, evaluate, and recommend changes and substitutions to the Manager.

Monitor the status of all assigned projects including inspection of installation, and participate in or witness commissioning of work. Ensure that the quality of work meets specifications and comply with the contract. Prepare written reports to document observations, findings, work details and completion dates.

Prepare reports after conducting inspections of in-service systems, to monitor their operations after project completion. Initiate adjustments to contracts, modifications and remedial measures upon completion of inspection. Work with operation and maintenance personnel to prepare maintenance programs and schedules.

Administer work. Carry out supervisory responsibilities and administer work activities relating to the work programs. Plan, organize, assign work and provide guidance and instruction. Ensure quality and quantity of work production to achieve objectives and to meet schedules. Provide staff with training in work methods and techniques and ensure their awareness of established practices and procedures. Recommend on organizational and personnel matters. Assign and check work of contract staff working on projects. Give instructions and direction on work and problems as required.

Be the SPOC/SME for SCR’s/Corrective Action Plans (CAPS), take on action tracking assignments, track and report to Manager.

Act as the interface for work control, identify and schedule work that requires participation of staff outside the unit. Compile and rationalize the 13 week Integrated Planning Group (IPG) schedule, report to Manager.

Work with FLM’s to develop maintenance programs for the Department.

Qualifications

Education: Requires a detailed technical knowledge of computer applications, mathematics, contracts and specifications, building codes and inspection, electrical equipment, and automatic controls as related to building mechanical services such as heating, ventilation, drainage, water supply and sewage disposal. Requires communications skills, both written and oral, to be able to effectively communicate with others and prepare reports.

This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the successful completion of Grade XII plus 3 years' further concentrated study, or by having the equivalent level of education.

Experience: Requires experience with system installation of electrical, mechanical, structural and communication systems to evaluate drawings and tenders to ensure that specifications are met. Requires experience with the above to analyze and evaluate tenders and recommend the one most suitable. Requires experience with project scheduling to commit to projects and have them completed within time guidelines. Requires experience to coordinate and manage the work of consultants and contractors. Requires experience in site inspection, commissioning, contractor installation, and review of in-service systems to assess satisfactory operation. Requires experience to become familiar with Nuclear facility safety procedures and practices, including radiation and personal protective equipment.

A period of over 6 years, up to and including 8 years, is considered necessary to gain this experience.

18-108 – Project Manager

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Project Manager
Resume Due Date: Wednesday, July 25th (5:00PM EST) 
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 1 year
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering ON

Job Overview

Pickering Relicensing efforts for operation to 2024 requires considerable work for ongoing demonstration of Fuel Channel (FC) fitness for service. Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) has identified numerous areas in which additional assessments will be required. Deuterium Ingress measurement/modelling is a major area of concern which will require significant support beyond core work for Major Components Engineering Department (MCED). There currently is an industry task group which has been formed to resolve the outstanding issues which the CNSC has highlighted, and the industry has been tasked with resolving by the end of 2020. The augmented staff being sought will largely be tasked with leading this task team by providing input/direction that reflects OPG's interests. The issues needing to be addressed are very complex and technical. Steering this project will require proficient project management skills as well as technical understanding of FCs.

In May 2018, Canadian Nuclear Partners was awarded a contract to provide Fuel Channel inspection and engineering support for Point Lepreau Generating Station for the next 10 years, in which the MCED FC group will be needed to provide engineering support for all outage inspections and maintaining their Life Cycle Management Plan. This will be an extensive amount of additional work to the current MCED FC group, which will require highly capable additional resources.

In Darlington NGS, in light of the fact that tight-fitting spacer detection is not possible in early life, which coincides with the time that the spacers are not "pinched" between the pressure tube (PT) and the calandria tube (CT) (and are thus possibly susceptible to movement), ensuring adequate inspection scope to properly assess/manage this risk is something that will require considerable technical support. Other DNGS FC activities that will require support include preparing an aging management strategy for atypical PT orientation,  baseline inspections requirements, and optimizing the defueling strategy of Unit 3 to achieve more aggressive schedule targets.

Additionally, considerable support is needed for various Inspection and Reactor Innovation (IRI) projects or inspection tooling initiatives/improvements – e.g. D2011 SFCR move to D3 refurb, CWEST, deeper scrape project for the DAS tool, commissioning of RDM.

Individual will also be responsible for supporting development of FC Life Cycle Management Plans for OPG and NBP, providing detailed FC inspection scope of work requirements, reviewing inspection assessments, and providing Fitness for Service dispositions for Fuel Channels

Qualifications

  1. Experience: > 10 years working with Fuel Channels, with thorough understanding of degradation mechanisms, life cycle management issues, and assessment methodologies
  2. Engineering degree is required
  3. P. Eng is preferable
  4. Must have working knowledge of current Fuel Channel assessments – e.g. flaw assessments, blister susceptibility assessments, probabilistic core assessments, leak-before-break assessment
  5. CSA N285.4 / N285.8 working knowledge
  6. Proficiency in Project Management

18-104 – Work Control Team Leader

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Work Control Team Leader
Resume Due Date: Friday, July 13th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  2
Duration: 2 years
Location: Darlington
Project Title: Work Management Project Oversight

Job Overview

  1. Act as a designated single point of contact for the projects which need to be integrated with the station daily and outage activities.
  2. Coordinate and maintain status on all preparatory and on-going requirements of the work plan / schedule for project-related work.
  3. Provide oversight and direct the resolution of all inter-group / inter-department coordination issues in support of effective integration of projects (including Darlington Refurbishment) with the station On-line and Outage schedules.

Qualifications

Education: Requires a knowledge of control, mechanical and civil technology, including sciences subject fundamentals to understand the application to processes and systems, and effectively plan, coordinate and exercise judgement to determine priorities and ensure resources to facilitate scheduling of work activities for the assigned projects.

Requires a good knowledge of English, both oral and written, to carry out effective communication with others.

This knowledge is normally acquired through completion of Grade XII plus three years further concentrated study in an appropriate discipline or by having the equivalent level of education.

Experience: Requires practical experience associated with a multi-unit nuclear facility to become thoroughly familiar with systems, equipment, components and processes related to the maintenance and production of energy. Requires in-depth station experience to effectively manage, direct and coordinate work management processes, and be thoroughly familiar with work groups and interrelationships between same. Requires experience to exercise sound project management and communication skills to meet targets. Requires experience in a team role to manage and control on-line and outage maintenance and system activities. A period of over 10 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.

18-102 – Assistant Technical Engineer/Officer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Assistant Technical Engineer/Officer
Resume Due Date: Thursday, July 5th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 1 year
Location: Pickering
Project Title: DGR safety assessment transition/ New Used Fuel Dry Storage Project

Job Overview

  1. Perform Project Lead function for various projects related to nuclear waste facility shielding analysis, nuclear waste facility safety assessment and Deep Geologic Repository support.
  2. Perform technical reviews of documentation specific to the Deep Geologic Repository (DGR) safety analysis.
  3. Prepare and execute a knowledge transfer plan for the Deep Geologic Repository safety analysis.
  4. Provide technical and admin support with new DSC storage project
  5. Review project deliverables for shielding analyses and safety assessments.
  6. Review nuclear waste facility safety reports and support Operations.
  7. Assume full responsibility for projects within the discipline, including work and resource planning, problem resolution, work monitoring and accomplishment to supervisor satisfaction.
  8. Produce reports or other documents and/or presentations as required to portray results of studies, to present evidence to support conclusions or recommendations, for use by others involved in the discipline and to present to senior management.

Qualifications

  1. 4 year university degree in Engineering Physics or Nuclear Engineering.
  2. Proficiency in verbal communication, presentation and technical writing skills to prepare reports, proposals, recommendations, and presentations.
  3. Demonstrated ability to produce high quality work in a timely manner.
  4. Experience in nuclear waste management, Fuel and Nuclear Waste Safety Assessment (F&NWSA) is an asset.
  5. Experience using MCNP and ORIGEN-S is an asset.

18-100 – Environmental Advisor

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Environmental Advisor
Resume Due Date: Tuesday, July 3rd (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 12 months
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

Develop, maintain, implement, monitor, and improve performance of the OPG Environmental Management System by developing, coordinating, supporting, and providing oversight on OPG environmental managed systems and programs. Provide expertise and support to the Generating Units and Functions in managing OPG’s environmental management programs and environmental performance; including interpretation and advice on legislation and policies, identifying and correcting environmental performance issues, assessing and reporting on environmental compliance and performance, establishing effective relationships with external and regulatory environmental agencies, and obtaining EA approvals and other approvals and permits.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  1. Develop, maintain, implement, monitor, and improve performance of environmental managed systems and programs including but not limited to Waste Management, Contaminated Lands, Spills Management, Biodiversity, Certificates of Approvals, impacts on fish and endangered species, Emissions, and Ozone Depleting Substances.
  2. Develop, maintain, and review environmental management governance and documentation.
  3. Implement and manage the EMS programs at the Generating Units, and monitor and report on compliance and performance against the established EMS programs.
  4. Provide expertise and support to the Generating Units and Functions in managing OPG’s environmental performance; including interpretation and advice on legislation and policies, identifying and correcting environmental performance issues, assessing and reporting on environmental compliance and performance, establishing effective relationships with external and regulatory environmental agencies and regulatory environmental agencies, and obtaining EA approvals and other approvals and permits.
  5. Liaise and negotiate with local regulatory agencies (e.g. MOE, MNR, DFO, CNSC) to obtain and influence conditions of routine permits and approvals, regulations, and licenses.
  6. Prepare, analyze, and interpret environmental compliance reports for regulatory agencies, and internal performance reports for Generating Unit and Function stakeholders; establish, maintain, and utilize environmental data and reporting systems.
  7. Prepare key Environmental reports and communications to executive internal stakeholders such as the Board of Directors and Enterprise Leadership Team, and external audiences such as Government and the Public. Coordinate and manage content, input, and approvals of reports and communications.
  8. Monitor the Generating Unit and Function’s environmental performance using performance and compliance data and metrics; utilize various performance assessment applications such as self-assessments, external reviews, non-conformance reporting, managerial oversight, and audits to identify and characterize environmental performance strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities. Report and advise on environmental problems and issues.
  9. Conduct and coordinate technical and analytical studies on environmental issues and advise senior management and Generating Units and Functions on results.
  10. Participate with other project team members, including consultants, in the preparation and implementation of project execution plans.
  11. Define environmental training and awareness requirements for Generating Units and Functions and provide the interface with the Learning and Development organization to develop and deliver training.
  12. Participate in key Generating Unit and Function meetings to provide the required Environmental related information and data to drive appropriate response to current and emerging environmental issues and champion improvement opportunities. Provide input into budgets and business plans.
  13. Represent OPG on external committees dealing with environmental issues; manage positive relationships that enhance the image of OPG, and advocate and influence new and changes to external laws and regulations.
  14. Represent OPG Environment on internal committees and manage positive relationships to enhance the success of corporate environmental initiatives.
  15. Keep abreast of the latest developments in the field of specialty and environmental legislation. Make recommendations of studies or research as deemed appropriate to address environmental issues or improve environmental performance.

Qualifications

Education: Requires an engineering/science knowledge encompassing subject areas relevant to environmental performance of power generation development, operation, rehabilitation or modification programs. Requires strong analytical, interpersonal and communication skills to coordinate technical and analytical studies on environmental issues and provide advice on results.

This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the completion of a four-year University education in the appropriate field such as engineering, science, or by having the equivalent level of education.

Experience: Requires experience related to the environmental planning and approvals processes and in particular to OPG’s environmental management system, programs, and strategies. Requires related experience in the areas of environmental management performance to identify and resolve environmental issues and recommend improvements as appropriate. Requires coordinating involvement of the Generating Units and Functions in establishing metrics, developing targets, and ensuring appropriate response to current and emerging environmental issues and championing environmental performance improvement opportunities. Requires demonstrated experience in scoping, establishing and managing environmental systems. Requires demonstrated experience in scoping, managing, and executing environmental study programs. Requires demonstrated communication and interpersonal skills including team or committee effectiveness.

A period of over 6 years, up to and including 8 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.

18-099 – Maintenance Subject Matter Expert

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Maintenance Subject Matter Expert
 

Resume Due Date: Wednesday Aug 8th (5:00PM EST) 
Number of Vacancies:  1
Level:  MP4
Duration: 2 years, proposed start date December 13, 2018
Location: Darlington
 
Job Overview
 
As part campus plan and support of the TRF life cycle, several major projects are being installed impacting the TRF/HWMB organization. Specifically, the Heavy Water West Annex Building (D2O Storage Building) scheduled for Commissioning in 2019 and the TRF Turbine replacement project scheduled for T2020.
This support includes project deliverables as well co-ordinating with execution of field activities (including installation and commissioning) impacting the TRF/HWMB.
Current projects impacting the TRF (West Annex D2O storage building) , in addition business commitments of T2020 outage preparations (Turbine project), support refurbishment and station water needs. This additional need will be managed by additional temporary staff.
 
Qualifications

 
To support this work the following skills and experience are required:
1.    TRF/HWMB Experience (5+ years), work in the TRF/HWMB would be a strong asset.
2.    Experience in commissioning of new projects/equipment with exposure to both planning and execution.
3.    Knowledge of Asset Suite.
4.    Strong knowledge of engineering drawings and engineering change deliverables.
5.    Knowledge of the West Annex D2O storage facility project.

18-098 – Technical Reviewer – Return to Service

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Technical Reviewer – Return to Service
Resume Due Date: Tuesday, June 19th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  3
Duration: 19 months
Location: Darlington
 

Job Overview

Be responsible for overall RTS-Documentation completion assurance in providing overall technical review, problem solving, review of technical specifications, product expertise, and related services to stakeholders, station/facility personnel, management and other interested parties concerning operations and maintenance  (including redesign of systems, equipment, and components, construction/modification/fabrication and commissioning) of nuclear plants and associated facilities in one or any combination of the following fields:

  • Maintenance (mechanical, civil, control including predictive, preventive & corrective)
  • Operations
  • Fuel handling
  • Nuclear Safety Analysis and Assessment, including, safe operating envelope
  • Risk and Reliability Assessment, including Probabilistic Risk Assessment
  • Tritium Removal Facility (TRF), and Heavy Water Management
  • Performance engineering (eg. primary, secondary, common and safety/support systems)
  • Component, equipment, and Piping
  • Engineering Programs
  • Environmental qualification
  • Chemistry and materials science
  • Configuration management, engineered modifications and design basis control
  • Inspection and maintenance (eg. NDE)
  • System & equipment design (eg. mechanical, electrical, I & C, civil, and software)
  • Design drawings and on-line wiring
  • Procurement Engineering
  • Pressure Boundary
  • Analysis (structural, component, thermal hydraulic, specialized Nuclear)
  • Nuclear Waste Management
  • Research & Development Management
  • Quality Management
  • Functional area projects (eg. technical, analytical, engineering, modifications)

Qualifications

  1. Knowledge of engineering principles and technical understanding of a nuclear plant.
  2. Good communication skills (written and oral) are required.
  3. Successful completion of a four year university education in appropriate engineering field or equivalent level of education.
  4. Professional designation will be beneficial (P.Eng, CET); Mechanical, Electrical, I & C, Civil, Procurement, Computer.
  5. Review surveillance checks for Regulatory Restart Hold Point release.
  6. Complete Quality Management Surveillances and assessments with focus on Regulatory Hold Points
  7. Prepare reports, summarizing findings.
  8. Identify issues, risks, recommendations and lessons learned.
  9. Engineering design, field observation, regulatory and licensing knowledge.
  10. Previous refurbishment experience will be an asset.
  11. Auditor, oversight or quality surveillance experience will be beneficial.
  12. Understanding of the OPG governance framework and Restart Project will also be beneficial.

18-079 – Nuclear Hiring and Training Strategic Planner

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position Nuclear Hiring and Training Strategic Planner
Resume Due Date: June 27th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 6 months
Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering ON
Project Title: Nuclear Hiring and Training Strategic Plan

Job Overview

  1. There is a need to develop a Nuclear Operations and Maintenance Hiring & Training Strategy for 2018-2026 taking into account inputs from Corporate, OPG-25 and the Resource Planning and Control Team.
  2. An Individual for Operations will be dedicated full time to strategically plan, time-tabling and getting the plans reviewed , endorsed by Corporate, OPG-25 and Resource Planning and Control Team then approved/signed off by Operations Peer Team.

Qualifications

  1. Knowledge of nuclear station policies and principles, hazards, constraints and procedures would be an asset but is not mandatory.
  2. Good written and oral communication skills to develop, socialize and implement the Nuclear Operations Hiring & Training Strategy for 2018-2026.
  3. Good project planning and management skills.
  4. Experience in process review and articulation of feedback.  Background in Resourcing or headcount management would be an asset.
  5. Organizational savvy and business acumen required.

18-076 – Senior Engineer/Technical Officer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position Senior Engineer/Technical Office     
Resume Due Date: Tuesday December 11th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 2 years
Location: 777 Brock Rd., Pickering ON
Project Title: Work Package Owner for Turbine Programs

Job Overview

  1. Perform Work Package Owner role for the 2019 and 2020 Pickering Turbine Inspection campaign
  2. Review turbine inspection procedures and techniques for field use.
  3. Provide technical support to the field execution of the turbine campaign.
  4. Review inspection findings and report results to Engineering.
  5. Support inspection and assist with condition assessment of turbine components.

Qualifications

Education/Qualifications:

  1. OPG Engineering Support Personnel – Core Training QID 6168 or equivalent is desirable.
  2. Requires working knowledge of the following CAN/CGSB 48.9712 NDE methods: Visual Inspection, Ultrasonic Examination, Magnetic Particle Examination, and Liquid Penetrant Examination. Able to interpret codes, specifications and test results, able to provide technical advice, guidance, consultation and problem-solving on inspection and maintenance of metallic components in nuclear generating stations.
  3. This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through successful completion of a 4-year engineering course at a university or with 5 years of experience.
  4. Experience in turbine generator would be an asset
  5. Knowledge of CSA N285.4, 285.5 and 287.7 Codes and Standards would be an asset

18-070 – Authorized Nuclear Operator

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position Authorized Nuclear Operator
Resume Due Date: June 27th  (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  3
Duration: 3 years
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

Support Operations during the Return to Service of Darlington Refurbishment by:

1.  Reviewing the Refurbishment schedule and identifying/prioritizing return to service tasks that are critical to Operations.

2.  Coordinating the execution of return to service tasks for Operations.

3.  Identifying risks and issues to the return to service schedule for Operations and work on their resolution.

4.  Support the development and implementation of recovery plans.

Support shift manager by:

  1. Briefing the incoming shift on required return to service work
  2. Acting as the operations lead on assigned high impact teams
  3. Marking up operating manuals as required
  4. Supporting the ops scripting of the return to service
  5. Ensuring the return to service plan aligns with operating policies and procedures and reactor safety requirements

Qualifications

  1. Former Darlington License (ANO or CRSS). Previously Darlington licensed individuals. The knowledge, expertise and qualifications obtained as a Darlington Authorized Nuclear Operator are required to fill this role.
  2. Outage planning experience preferred.

 

18-068 – FLM Maintenance – Return to Service

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: FLM Maintenance – Return to Service
Resume Due Date: Friday July18th, 2018 (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  3
Duration: 3 years
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

Support Maintenance during the Return to Service of Darlington Refurbishment by:

  1. Reviewing the Refurbishment schedule and identifying/prioritizing return to service tasks that are critical to Maintenance.
  2. Coordinating the execution of return to service tasks for Maintenance.
  3. Identifying risks and issues to the return to service schedule for Maintenance and work on their resolution.
  4. Support the development and implementation of recovery plans.

Qualifications

  1. Current FLM (Mechanical, Electrical, or Instrumentation) preferred.
  2. Outage planning experience preferred.

18-065 – Design Team Lead

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Design Team Lead
Resume Due Date: Thursday March 28th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  3
Duration: 2 years
Location: 1340 Pickering Pkwy, Pickering ON
Project Title: Pickering Safe Storage Project

Job Overview

Design Team Lead is proficient in the use of Engineering Change Control processes and procedure and is accountable for the production and delivery of high quality design products as part of the Pickering Safe Storage Project. The Design Team Lead is responsible for coordinating and delegating work with a team of Design Engineers to meet safety, quality, schedule and cost commitments as established by the Engineering Section Manager and/or Project. The Design Team Lead will:

  1. Prepare engineering documentation, including engineering specifications, procedures, training manuals, operations manuals, and drawings.
  2. Adhere to specific governance, processes and guidelines used to prepare/revise engineering and project documentation.
  3. Conduct field work to validate assumptions for ongoing assignments, and to provide technical support/oversight for execution activities.
  4. Assist in project planning, including preparation of Project Execution Plans, project estimating, Risk Register, Business Case Summary, and other pertinent documents.
  5. Prepare/revise technical justifications, procedures, training and qualification plans.
  6. Interface with regulators and stakeholders on technical matters.

Qualifications

  1. 4 year university degree in mechanical, electrical, civil, instrumentation and control, chemical, or nuclear engineering.
  2. P.Eng. designation required.
  3. 5 or more years of experience “field” of education required.
  4. Demonstrated experience with Engineering Change Control preferred.
  5. Nuclear experience preferred.
  6. Project Management or Project Coordination experience is considered an asset.
  7. Pickering experience, preferred Safe Store experience
  8. Fuel handling knowledge and experience is considered an asset
  9. Experienced licensed operator/supervisor shift personnel is considered an asset

18-049 – Reactor Physics Expert

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Reactor Physics Expert
Resume Due Date: Friday, April 6th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  2
Level:  MP6
Duration: 1 year
Location: Darlington, ESSB

Job Overview

  1. Provide technical evaluations and advice, solve problems and coordinate technical work as required, for Darlington Unit 2 return to service, isotope production project(s) and other major work areas in support of the continuing operation of the units.
  2. Maintain and/or update operating and other specified department/divisional procedures
  3. Prepare technical reports. Initiate studies or investigations where opportunities for improvement are apparent.
  4. Review relevant safety analysis for operational implementation.
  5. Prepare or review training materials associated with reactor physics support or significant reactivity evolutions for Unit 2 return to service.

 

Qualifications

 

  1. 10+ years of experience in a position relevant to nuclear reactor physics or safety analysis
  2. Extensive knowledge of reactor physics practices applicable to CANDU reactors, with relevant experience providing operational physics support
  3. Demonstrated expertise in neutronics, core physics and/or associated numerical methods
  4. Exceptional planning and organization skills with ability to prioritize tasks, multi-task and work within tight timelines
  5. Excellent oral and written communication skills to prepare effective documentation, to maintain relationships and work in conjunction with various teams within the organization
  6. Demonstrated critical thinking skills
  7. A results-oriented focus is essential, as is the ability to work in a fast-paced changing environment and effectively manage several projects simultaneously
  8. Sound technical background (hands-on) with logical deductive reasoning approach, and excellent attention to detail.

18-048 – Maintenance Specialist

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Maintenance Specialist

Resume Due Date: Wednesday, April 24th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies:  2
Duration: 24 months, proposed start date May 3, 2018
Location: Darlington
Project Title:  Fuel Handling – CCTV Camera Upgrading and Inverter Projects

Job Overview

Require 1 candidate to support Fuel Handling CCTV Project – and support Fuel Handling Control with troubleshooting, maintenance / procedures / work packages review to transfer knowledge and act as the SME/ SPOC for Fuel Handling cameras.  The candidate will work with the CM Staff to establish Fuel Handling camera procedures.  Critical resources to support Refurbishment and preparatory work associated with Unit 3 Defuel.

Require 1 Candidate to support Fuel Handling Maintenance with trouble shooting/maintenance/procedures/work package review and knowledge transfer.  This individual will also support the new Fuel Handling Inverter system by performing instrumentation review/ preparation and provide oversight.

Qualifications

Candidate for support of CCTV Project must have prior OPG experience at Darlington Fuel Handling with respect to Cameras.

Candidate for the support of the New Inverters must have prior OPG experience at Darlington Fuel Handling with respect to inverters.

18-027 – Technical Officer/Engineer

Our client is currently requesting resumes for the following position: Technical Officer/Engineer
Resume Due Date: March 6 (5:00PM EST)   
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 1 year
Location: 777 Brock Road, Pickering ON
Project Title: Inspection & Reactor Innovation

Job Overview

  • Develop the NDT specialist competencies in Advanced NDT methods (Phased Array UT, Concrete NDT, Eddy Current Array, etc.)
  • Develop, deploy and execute inspection activities focused on advanced NDT methods
  • Develop learning autonomy
  • Prepare Technical Work Instructions and develop procedures and techniques.
  • Perform laboratory and field investigations; provide support in lab or field environments by conducting tests or troubleshooting equipment
  • Assist in the design, assembly, deployment and maintenance of tooling equipment, processes, systems and development of NDT methods.
  • Work with newly acquired technology intended to enhance performance of the NDT Team. This includes, but is not limited to: Augmented Reality technology, Virtual Reality technology and other similar technologies. The required work includes, but is not limited to: research, analysis and utilization of the aforementioned technologies, Machine Learning, Data Management, and Applications Development.
  • Collaborate with team to lead development of new technology applications
  • Prepare technical documentation such as technical specifications, field implementation procedures, inspection and test plans, operating manuals, etc.
  • As a technical specialist perform investigations and technical studies for customers.
  • Respond to customer inquiries, maintain good customer relations and help resolve customer raised issues/problems.
  • Ensure customer satisfaction by following good quality and safety practices in all aspects of work performed. Maintain quality records.

Qualifications

  • You hold a Professional diploma (DEP) or CEGEP degree (AEC/DEC) in Engineering or have equivalent experience
  • You have a minimum of five (5) years of experience in non-destructive testing (NDT)
  • You have a Canadian General Standard Board (CGSB) certifications, level 2 or level 3 in more than one method (including either UT or ET) or equivalent knowledge
  • You have knowledge about typical NDT industrial codes and standards
  • You have a good working knowledge of computer software such as Microsoft Office, Excel, Powerpoint, UltraVision (or equivalent)
  • Requires knowledge of mechanical components, visual inspection equipment, motion control hardware and other instrumentation to facilitate assembly, testing and maintenance of tooling devices and systems.
  • Requires knowledge of machine design and electricity to facilitate assembly, testing and maintenance of NDE devices and systems.

Key Skills

  • Demonstrated experience in successfully implementing an innovation process, strategy and/ or department 
  • Knowledge of innovation tools including experience using innovation development frameworks and models that will interface with the marketplace
  • Demonstrated strategic thinking skills and experience in executing on the details of an innovation strategy including innovation processes and systems
  • Proven experience with innovation strategy development, competitive strategy, and scenario planning
  • Strong business acumen, marketing and analytical skills
  • Outstanding qualitative research, and presentation skills
  • Ability to synthesize interview data and integrate into meaningful reports and recommendations
  • Strong organizational and communications skills
  • Comfort working in a virtual environment
  • Conducted market and business analysis/research
  • Experience with development of Innovation process is an asset

Other Qualifications

  • High degree of comfort working in an unstructured environment that requires solving complex, open-ended issues with incomplete data and little direction
  • Outstanding attention to detail
  • Ability to be self-directed and contribute to engagements
  • Collegial team player who can work in a small team environment
  • Ability to work well under pressure and act in utmost confidentiality with sensitive leadership information
  • Exceptional communication and presentation skills, with the ability to work effectively with and influence senior leaders
  • Diplomacy, poise, maturity and empathy are all key attributes for success

 

18-012 – Senior Technical Engineer/Officer

Our client is currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Technical Engineer/Officer
Resume Due Date: Thursday May 24th (5:00PM EST)                   
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 1 year, contract to commence April 23, 2018
Location: Pickering Town Centre (1340 Pickering Parkway, Pickering ON)

Job Overview

Required to support some projects, where the design work is being led by Nuclear Waste Design Engineering Department (as opposed to being assigned to Plant Design Projects). For example, detailed design work to support civil, mechanical and electrical engineering modifications and procurement related support activities

Qualifications

  • Bachelor degree in relevant engineering discipline
  • Experience with OPG ECC process and Procurement Engineering processes

17-160 Senior Technical Specialist

Our client is currently requesting resumes for the following position: Senior Technical Specialist
Resume Due Date: Friday February 15th (5:00PM EST).         
Number of Vacancies:  1
Duration: 2 years
Location: Darlington
Project Title: Nuclear Refurbishment Operations and Maintenance

Job Overview

  • There is a continuing need for ANO experienced individuals to assist in the Operations department for Planning, RTS and DNRU3.

Qualifications

  • Must be a previously Darlington licensed individual.