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18-046 - Senior Technical Engineer/Technical Specialist

Category: Engineering Work Type: Contract Location: Pickering
Senior Technical Engineer/Technical Specialist
Number of Vacancies: 3
Level: MP4/5/6
Duration: 2 years, proposed start date June 4, 2018
Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering ON
Project Title: Safety Analysis Improvement Project
Job Overview
Nuclear Safety Analysis (Specialized technical expertise in Thermalhydraulics analysis, Reactor Physics analysis, or other disciplines).
Specific examples include:
1. Nuclear Safety support for station projects related to use of cobalt adjusters and other isotope productions.
2. Analysis of design basis accidents in support of Heat Transport System Aging Management
3. Analysis of design basis accidents in compliance with REGDOC-2.4.1.
4. Safety Analysis model developments and improvements; correlation developments and improvements, etc.
5. Resolution of Safety Analysis discovery issues and impact assessments.
Oversight of COG Research and Development (R&D) activities.
6. Hands-on experience in safety analysis, including participation in multi-disciplinary projects.
7. Knowledge of the link between the design basis, operations, and the safety analysis of the station.
8. Experience in managing CNSC regulatory and licensing issues within nuclear safety context.
9. Extensive knowledge of nuclear safety analyses (thermalhydraulics and/or reactor physics) and their basis.
10. Capability to use deterministic safety analysis computer codes, and knowledge of code development and code validation.
11. Experience in procuring nuclear safety services.
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