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17-107 - Shift Emergency Response Manager

Category: Engineering Work Type: Contract Location: Darlington
Shift Emergency Response Manager
 
 
Number of Vacancies: 1
Level: MP4
Project: Nuclear Refurbishment Operations & Maintenance
Duration: 2 years
Location: Darlington Nuclear Generating Station
 
Job Overview
 
• Requires knowledge of fire science and fire protection subjects, including fire suppression and hazardous material to understand fire-dynamics, properties and hazards and related fire protection systems as well as training in fire suppression in a nuclear facility.
• Requires knowledge of mathematics, fundament science subjects and proficiency in oral and written expression to discuss emergency drills, situations and related procedures and to prepare and document procedures and practices.
 
Qualifications
 
• OPG SERM experience required.
• Requires on the job experience in fire fighting, rescue, first aid, hazardous materials response and fire prevention to become familiar with various industrial and radiological hazards and the procedures and practices for controlling them.
• Requires familiarity with the use of manufacturer’s special equipment, manuals and specifications to understand the operating characteristics of all equipment and systems associated with response functions and to evaluate the need for new equipment, including the preparation of specifications and the need for a life cycle maintenance program for such equipment.
• Requires familiarity with a nuclear facility configuration & systems, operating and maintenance procedure and interrelationship of work groups to understand the impact on the facility in various Emergency Response structure with that of the external community and regulatory agencies.
• Requires experience in a supervisory capacity over subordinates associated with an emergency response crew.
 
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