19-032 Design Team Lead

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Design Team Lead
Resume Due Date:  Thursday, April 18th (5:00PM EST) 
Number of Vacancies:4
Duration: 1 year
Location: GM building, 1908 Colonel Sam Drive, Oshawa ON
Project Title:  Darlington GS Refurbishment – Design Replication (Units 3, 1, 4)

Job Overview

Individuals are required to co-ordinate a small team of Design Engineers to the successful completion of Detailed Design Darlington Refurbishment for units 3,1 & 4 under OPG QA program.

Job responsibilities include:

  1. Organization of team meetings, reporting of project risks and project performance metrics (cost and schedule).
  2. Ensuring work is planned as per N286.0, and complies to OPG licensing and governance.
  3. Issue tracking, and task assignments.

Qualifications

  1. P.Eng licensed in Ontario. 
  2. OPG Design Engineer Qualification (DE) Qualification (OPG PEL#33685)
  3. Previous work experience in Nuclear.
  4. Previous experience at Darlington GS is an asset
  5. OPG Site Security Clearance

19-032 Modification Team Lead

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Modification Team Lead
Resume Due Date:  Thursday, April 18th (5:00PM EST)   
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 1 year
Location: GM building, 1908 Colonel Sam Drive, Oshawa ON
Project Title:  Darlington GS Refurbishment – Design Replication (Units 3, 1, 4)

Job Overview

Individuals are required to co-ordinate a small team of Design Engineers to the successful completion of Detailed Design Darlington Refurbishment for units 3,1 & 4 under OPG QA program.

Job responsibilities include:

  1. Organization of team meetings, reporting of project risks and project performance metrics (cost and schedule).
  2. Ensuring work is planned as per N286.0, and complies to OPG licensing and governance.
  3. Issue tracking, and task assignments.

Qualifications

  1. P.Eng is an asset.
  2. OPG Modification Team Lead (MTL) – Able to be qualify to OPG PEL#42293 within 6 months)
  3. Previous work experience in Nuclear.
  4. Previous experience at Darlington GS is an asset
  5. OPG Site Security Clearance

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

19-027 – Technical Writers

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Technical Writers

Resume Due Date:  Friday, April 5th (5:00PM EST)                                              

Number of Vacancies: 5

Duration: 2 years, proposed start date May 30, 2019

Location: Darlington

Job Overview

  1. Develop clear, concise, user-friendly documentation consistent with corporate standards and industry best practice.
  2. Participate in and support the coordination of technical review, validation and verification processes for new or revised procedures.
  3. Follow and execute procedure writing guidelines and process checklists and capture documents in an approved template format.  
  4. Maintain documentation history and ensure procedure revisions are captured with the appropriate workflow tools and repositories.
  5. Verify reference documentation and maintain communication with reviewers for feedback.
  6. Coordinate the operational review, validation, verification and approval processes for new or revised documents.
  7. Administer and maintain an ongoing documentation review of all workflows and follow-ups as required.
  8. Meet with stakeholders as required to assess the currency and effectiveness of existing procedures.
  9. Identify, analyze and prioritize deficiencies, and recommend new or revised documentation as required.
  10. Update Section Manager when workflows need approval or close outs in workflow repositories.

Qualifications

  1. Previous technical procedure writing experience in industrial setting (nuclear power plants, aeronautics, biotech etc.)
  2. Good working knowledge of procedure writing and graphic programs.  
  3. Possess advanced writing skills and have excellent oral communication abilities.
  4. Enjoy designing, developing, writing and refining documents.
  5. Enjoy using software tools to create documents.
  6. Possess interpersonal skills for collaboration with colleagues and peers.
  7. Enjoy researching, collecting, analyzing and organizing technical information.
  8. Function in a self-directed manner in a team environment.
  9. Organize their work and have a high level of attention to detail.

Requires a knowledge of technical document writing which may include Professional Technical Writer designation or certification as a Technical Writer or communicator

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

19-025 – Design Engineer

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Design Engineer

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

Number of Vacancies: 1

Duration: 18 months

Location: Darlington

Project Title:  EFIN Support

Job Overview

Perform duties as mechanical design engineer, including pressure boundary applications.  Duties include preparation of technical specifications, modifications, calculations and related engineering changes.

Qualifications

Experienced mechanical engineer with Professional Engineering Licence, OPG DE qualifications, and ASME Section III qualifications.

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

19-011 – 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

19-008 – 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.

19-006 – Operations Integration Coordinator

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Operations Integration Coordinator
Resume Due Date: Thursday April 11th (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 3 years
Location: Darlington

Job Overview

  1. Interface with vendor partners on the progress of planned work and initiate corrective actions to keep work on schedule. 
  2. Report on refurbishment field activities to assist in maximizing production and minimizing outage time without compromising worker safety.
  3. Advise in the solution of work problems and coordinate work with other groups. Ensure that adequate records are maintained, and that information is accurately and effectively carried over from one shift to the next. 
  4. Keep the Joint Venture Shift Supervisor up to date with respect to possible causes, actions taken, required status of the refurbishment unit and obtain advice as required. Obtain assistance from maintenance groups and Joint Venture partners to initiate appropriate corrective action to repair defective equipment.
  5. Interface with Work Control and other Stakeholders to ensure planned/scheduled work can progress effectively.  Provide oversight and advise to Work Control and Stakeholder planning sections with respect to schedule development and execution.
  6. Troubleshoot and provide Operational and technical/scheduling advise to Stakeholders as required

Qualifications

  1. Previous experience required from working in a nuclear facility.
  2. Operational experience required in a supervisory capacity at the Field Shift Operating Supervisor or Supervising Nuclear Operator level or equivalent to handle, plan, organize and control work activities to meet established objectives and concurrent projects.
  3. Knowledge to understand, apply and utilize Operating Policies and Procedures, station reference plans, radiological and conventional safety procedures, regulations, work protection and Quality Assurance (QA) standards, communications tools, etc., as needed to effectively perform work function.
  4. Sound practical experience of planning and work management skills to be familiar with the accountabilities of a project leader. 
  5. Experience with contract administration to influence and coordinate the work of mixed services personnel, contractors and vendors through the phases of planning, organizing, scheduling and execution of maintenance work and to motivate same to integrate their efforts and attain optimal work performance.      
  6. Familiarity with P6 and Work Control or Outage scheduling practices is preferred

 

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.

19-001 – 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

18-185 – 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.

18-184 – Modification Team Leader

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Modification Team Leader
Resume Due Date:  Friday February 15th (5:00PM EST)                              
Number of Vacancies: 2
Duration: 12 months
Location: Darlington ESSB
 
Job Overview
 
1.    The Integrated Implementation Plan (IIP) requires a team of professionals familiar with OPG-N working processes, station systems, and plant equipment, to execute number of multi-faceted projects and programs.  
2.    This position will be supporting station for life extension activities in accordance with INPO AP-913, Equipment Reliability, and REGDOC 2.6.3 Aging Management of Nuclear Power Plant. 
3.    The Modification Team Leader supports planning and execution of the CNSC regulatory commitments, as listed in the Integrated Implementation Plan (IIP) items. The Scope and Schedule are bounded by NK38-REP-03680-10185. 
4.    The individual will work and interface with a multi-disciplinary team of professionals in Operation, Maintenance, Work Control, all Engineering departments, and Regulatory Affair. 
5.    The primary objective of the position is to provide Project Management for all phases of the IIP project at the station from modifications scoping through to the final closeout. 
6.    The Modification Team Leader will have the accountability to oversee execution of modifications from inception through to design, installation, commissioning, and final closeout of Engineering Changes. 
7.    Position also requires liaison with outside contractors and Design Agencies.
8.    Provide Technical evaluation and advice, solve problems and coordinate technical work as required, in a number of diverse work areas, in support of the commissioning, operating, and maintenance of the plant. 
9.    Prepare reports and submissions including cost justification or financial evaluation as appropriate; recommend adoption of the proposal and steps required to incorporate. 
10.    Discuss installations or program implementation with internal stations clients and their experts, to ensure that the installation or program results meet the intended scope.  
11.    Cooperate with other departments and organizations, arranging for tests, inspections, information exchange, and provide appropriate documentation.
 
Qualifications
 
12.    Nuclear experience
13.    Working experience with N-PROC-MP-0090, OPG Risk based Modification Process
14.    Orange badge qualified is an asset
15.    Project Management Training Preferred.
16.    Familiar with Work management, Cost Control, Outage and IPG Scoping Process
17.    Technical Background, Engineering Degree Mechanical, Electrical, Civil
18.    Requires experience in the design, development   and operations of a nuclear generation facility to plan and develop engineered solutions and to evaluate/verify components and materials.  
19.    Requires experience to become familiar with plant systems/processes involved in the design, construction, installation and commissioning associated with an industrial environment.  
20.    Requires experience in project management to effectively schedule events and control project scope 
 

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

18-168 – 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

 

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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

18-158 – 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

18-156 – 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

 

18-144 – 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).

18-138 – Technical Specialist

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position:  Technical Specialist
Resume Due Date: Tuesday Feb 26, 2019 (5:00PM EST)
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 2 years
Location: Darlington – ESSB
Project Title:  Operations Procedure for New and Existing Projects.

Job Overview

  1. Perform Technical Procedure Action Request (TPAR) assessments for authorized or other complex field tasks.
  2. Author Operation procedures with authorized licensed steps and tasks and other complex procedures based on engineering  
  3. modifications.
  4. Perform Operations Review and Verification of non intent and some intent change operations procedures.
  5. 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  
  2. Control Room Operator (CRO) at a CANDU Operating Station
  3. Proficient in Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, Power Point and Visio.

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

 

 

18-121 – Cost & Schedule Analyst

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Cost & Schedule Analyst
Resume Due Date: Monday March 18th (5:00PM EST)    
Number of Vacancies:  1
Level:  MP4
Duration: proposed end date December 19, 2019
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

18-112 – 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.

18-104 – 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.

18-100 – 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.

18-070 – 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.

18-049 – 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.

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.