Project Lead (Electrical)

The Electrical Project Lead is responsible for the overall execution of assigned projects. This includes all aspects of project management such as initiating, planning, implementing and monitoring all stages of the life cycle of a project from inception, approval to final acceptance and close out.

Project Initiation and Planning

  • Support the project sponsor in the development and approval of the project charter or investment rational document.
  • Establish recommendations for project budgets, contingency and milestones.
  • Prepare risk management plans with input from project team and stakeholders.
  • Provide oversight and input to safe work planning including impacts to nuclear safety, radiation safety, conventional safety and environmental safety.
  • Recommend, develop and implement procurement strategies. This includes development of tender and RFQ documents.
  • Evaluate vendor proposals and make recommendation for contract
    award that provides the best value to the client
  • Manage and administer contracts, including payment approvals and change orders

Project Implementation and Monitoring

  • Provide oversight of station support related to project implementation including documentation and training of station staff.
  • Provide contractor oversight for technical and field execution work.
  • Ensure all contract terms and conditions are aligned with field
    installations, contractor schedules and work planning.
  • Manage performance issues with project team including supplemental personnel
  • Monitor field execution to ensure safety and quality standards are met.
  • Manage project changes.
  • Timely detection of challenges to safety, quality, cost and schedule that will ensure development and execution of effective prevention, mitigation, or corrective actions.
  • Participate or lead incident investigations and recommend corrective actions.
  • Participate in the corrective management process.

Project Closeout

  • Ensure project closure criteria have been met.
  • Facilitate project close out processes including documentation and financial closeout.
  • Document and distribute lessons learned.
  • Perform vendor evaluations.

Required Experience and Education

  • A minimum of eight (8) years’ experience in an industrial environment, in the Electrical Engineering field
  • Nuclear experience preferred 
  • Preferred five years relevant project management experience of effectively managing projects, contracts and providing personnel oversight.
  • P.Eng preferred
  • Post-secondary education in Electrical Engineering
  • Experience in design, field implementation, operation and maintenance of a nuclear plant.
  • Experience with effectively implementing projects and tasks during planned outages.
  • Experience in managing contracts.
  • Knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of project management.
  • Knowledge of project management tools and techniques.
  • Knowledge of nuclear safety principles, nuclear station systems, and nuclear business.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project, Visio and SAP.

Mechanical Assesor

Our Nuclear client in Saint John, New Brunswick is looking for a Mechanical Assessor to support multiple projects at the Point Lepreau Generating Station. 

Duration: 1 year (possible extension)

Location: Point Lepreau

  • 5 + years SAP experience
  • 5+ years of Assessing experience 
  • 5+ years assessing mechanical projects and equipment
  • Experience reviewing/writing work packages 





Civil Estimator

The Estimator will centralize and standardize our bid processes as a key member of our Business Development team. This individual will support Operations in the development, management, and continuous improvement of the bid process. The Estimator will ensure proposals meet consistent standards and coordinate the collection of key proposal inputs such as scope, costs, engineering requirements, examples of previous projects, and other information required to respond to bids or requests for proposals.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage the bid process including initiating bid kick off meetings with internal stakeholders, respond to pre-qualifications, RFQ's, RFP's and preparing bid for General Manager's review and approval.
  • Coordinate resources to ensure all bids are submitted on time and are of consistent quality.
  • Prepare contract briefing sheets so important contract compliance items are summarized and communicated to Operations.
  • Interact with team members on pricing exercises.
  • Document customer requirements, working with internal departments, and create proposals to meet requirements.
  • Maintain strong internal relationships to gather relevant, accurate, information.
  • Calculation of quantities and take offs.
  • Request pricing from subcontractors and material suppliers.
  • Preparing big bond and insurance requests for contracts.
  • Update and maintain contract and customer files.
  • Organize bid submission reviews.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Competencies:

  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Civil Engineering Technology.
  • 5 years of relevant experience with estimating, bid management, and contract management.
  • Experience in the Construction industry is considered an asset.
  • High attention to detail.
  • Ability and willingness to deliver results in a fast-paced environment.
  • Superior communication and interpersonal skills, including meeting facilitation.
  • Exceptional written and communication skills.
  • Excellent time management, organization, and prioritization skills.
  • Proficiency with estimating systems including HCSS HeavyBid, as well as MS Office.
  • Ability to work independently to complete team deliverables.

Administrative Support

Our client is looking for Administrative Support on a part-time basis (2 days per week 8:30am-4:30pm) to support various office duties and assist the administrative team on the requirements of company business.

Job Title: Administrative Support

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Main office reception to assist on greeting both public and company employees to office
  • Daily office requirements include; Answering telephones and directing calls and providing information as required
  • Opening and distributing mail 
  • Ordering and receiving office supplies
  • Equipment service request for Xerox muti-function devices
  • Managing office files, creating, filling and archiving
  • Revision of company manuals and procedures as required
  • Creation of forms, new methods

Job Requirements

  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative; work accurately and efficiently with minimal supervision, including collaboration with others
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Completion of post secondary education; with a concentration in office administration
  • Proficient knowledge of computer software including; Windows, MS Office Suite
  • Testing of MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, etc.) is required 



Sr. Engineering Consultant

Onsite Engineering Consultants

Location: Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station, New Brunswick
Duration: 3 years, starting April 2020

A minimum of 2 onsite consultants, one senior engineer and one senior technician,  are required to ensure the consulting engineering firm offsite resources can attain technical details, support the design deliverables, and provide a point of contact. 

Consultant will be provided training and mentoring on PLNGS functions by NB Power, to ensure information can be exchanged efficiently and effectively.

Consultants will be the interface between NB Power and Framatome Canada Ltd., and expected to perform the following, but not limited to: 

  • Communication between NB Power and consulting engineering firm offsite resources at both project level and technical details
  • Gathering technical information from both stakeholders and configuration documentation and databases
  • Filed investigations for planning and configuration purposes
  • Engineering and technical support during construction
  • Validation of construction and incorporation of as-built information on drawings

Senior Engineer Qualifications

  • University graduate from an accredited engineering program
  • Minimum of 10-year experience in the nuclear industry and 15 years of design engineering knowledge
  • Recognized as an authority in a professional field
  • Knowledge in more than one field of engineering
  • Involved in short and long-range planning
  • Making independent decisions on work methods and procedures within an overall program
  • Originality and ingenuity are required for devising practical and economical solutions to problems
  • May supervise large groups containing both professional and technical staff OR may exercise authority over a small group of highly qualified professional personnel engaged in complex technical applications
  • Take courses of action necessary to expedite the successful accomplishment of assigned projects

Senior Technician Qualifications

  • Minimum 2 years in the nuclear industry and 5 years of technical OR CADD experience
  • Under minimal supervision, complete complex CADD assignments and perform field quality control functions
  • Analyze, provide recommendations and make decisions related to technical problems
  • May provide technical advice or supervise the daily activity of less experienced technical staff concerning processes and procedures
  • Verify accuracy and adequacy of their work

Chief Engineer – Nuclear Reactor Design

We are looking for a strong leader to lead the North American design activities including the design of the molten salt reactor demonstration project from concept stage through detailed design and build. You will lead a group of talented designers and ensure all elements of the plant design are accounted for moving forward in synergy.

We are looking for someone who is open to innovation and a new way of doing things. We need you to demonstrate a desire to do things differently, even if it seems strange. You must have great interpersonal skills, the ability to accept criticism and the willingness to learn.


  • A strong understanding of the design of a nuclear power plant
  • Over 10 years managing multidisciplinary teams in the civil nuclear field
  • Managing design of nuclear fuel processing facilities;
  • Knowledge of design requirements and operation of nuclear fuel processing facilities.
  • In depth knowledge of nuclear safety