Project Leader II/Heavy Water Process System Commissioning Specialist
Duration: 1.5 Years
Location: Oshawa, ON
The D2O Storage Project is one of the Campus Plan projects that directly facilitates the refurbishment initiative. Critical resources are required for the D2O Storage Project Commissioning team as there are no internal resources available at this time with the necessary system qualifications and operations background. Duties and accountabilities include:
• Develop a commissioning strategy and prepare commissioning/system installation work plans related to heavy water process and auxiliary service systems
• Provide technical input, interpretation and guidance to Design Agency during detailed design COMS process to support development of design packages, design commissioning specifications and commissioning reports
• Provide Operations stakeholder input; operating experience and knowledge of industry best practices, during design review process system operating manuals including associated HWMB procedures, forms, manuals, and other support documentation
• Develop new and, recommend changes to existing system operating manuals including associated heavy water process and auxilliary system procedures, forms, manuals, and other support documentation
• Support system troubleshooting during pre-commissioning and commissioning activities
• Support development of Operations resourcing plan for commissioning activities. This will include supporting commissioning schedule development including verification of schedule logic and activity durations and task resourcing
• Provide work management assessing support using Asset Suite AS7 work planning tool, as required, including creation of work reports documenting commissioning progress
• Perform Single Point of Contact role to facilitate communications between the EPC contractor and the HWMB/TRF Operations staff supporting the project
• A good understanding of the existing Heavy Water Management Building (HWMB) / Tritium Removal Facility (TRF) system operations and mechanics of applicable equipment, systems and materials.
• Previous experience developing heavy water and auxiliary process system commissioning work plans & system operating manuals
• Keen ability to understand and incorporate equipment operating parameters and requirements into commissioning work plans.
• Must have previous operating experience (15+ years) with heavy water process and, auxiliary support systems, including system commissioning and troubleshooting experience
• Must have a thorough knowledge of the Engineering Change Control (ECC) process used to maintain configuration management for all design modifications installed at the station
• Must be able to demonstrate good written and oral communication skills
• Must have previous experience using Asset Suite AS7 for searching for control documents, accessing design packages, work order assessing/input of work reports, and other Station Operations work programs (ESMII, PSL/ASL, etc.)
• Candidates must have previous Operations background at a nuclear facility (i.e Nuclear Operator, Ops Specialist or Licensed Operator); previous Heavy Water Management Building/TRF operations experience would be a definite asset.