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17-138 - Training Specialist

Category: Engineering Work Type: Location: Tiverton, ON
Training Specialist
Number of Vacancies: 1
Level: MP4
Project: Operator Training Development
Duration: 5 months
Job Overview
• Provide support for the present and future staffing requirements of WWMF by coordinating the development and delivery of an effective Station Systems Training program. Act as a consultant to WWMF line organization to provide advice, guidance and service in the planning of training and development activities.
• Coordinate the execution of prescribed training.
• Develop technical training course material
• Requires knowledge of the fundamentals and principles of nuclear and related sciences and associated mathematics to understand nuclear-electric generating station systems and operation and to prepare and present lectures on science fundamentals and specialty subjects related to nuclear-electric stations.
• Requires experience in a large industrial plant or nuclear generating station to gain a knowledge of the operation and function of control instrumentation and to gain a knowledge of maintenance and trouble-shooting procedures involved in the main plant and auxiliary installations. Requires experience in an operational atomic energy field to obtain a knowledge of nuclear plant operation, of standard procedures and techniques for radiation detection and control.
• Requires experience in the preparation and presentation of training courses for technical personnel.
• A period of over 6 years and up to and including 8 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.
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