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18-050 - Senior Engineer/Scientist/Tech Officer

Category: Engineering Work Type: Contract Location: Toronto
Senior Engineer/Scientist/Tech Officer
Number of Vacancies: 1
Level: MP4
Duration: 24 months
Location: 800 Kipling Ave, Toronto ON
Job Overview
1. Provide a complete range of piping engineering services to thermal and hydroelectric power plants.
2. Portions of the job may involve field work in confined spaces e.g. pressure vessel or at heights. For the latter, completion of a Chief Prevention Officer (CPO) approved working from heights training course is required, reference: O. Reg. 297/13: Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training, para. 6 - 11.
3. Due to the geographic diversity of the client base, travel will be required across Ontario (up to 25% of time for travel).
4. Professional Engineers Ontario certified Professional Engineer.
5. Extensive knowledge (20 years +) in piping design, installation and maintenance; stress analysis; piping finite element analysis; materials / mechanical component specifications; hydraulic network analysis and the design of piping supports.
6. Knowledge in the application of ASME Codes: Sections I, II, V, VIII; B31.1, B31.3; CSA standards B51, N285.0, CSA N286 and Manufacturers Standardization Society series of standards.
7. Extensive experience with in-service damage mechanisms e.g. flow accelerated corrosion, stress corrosion cracking, microbiologically influenced corrosion, creep/creep-fatigue and thermal fatigue of typical thermal and hydroelectric piping systems.
8. Experience in the following software; Bentley AutoPIPE & PULS; SolidWorks® & COSMOS and AutoCAD. Familiarity with the following; ANSYS, Signal FFS, PIPE-FLO, EPRI’s CHECKWORKS / CHECUP / Fossil FAC Advisor.
9. Experience in interfacing with regulatory bodies including provincial (TSSA) and/or federal (CNSC) for piping related issues.
10. Qualification as a Design/Modification Team Leader and Design Engineer in accordance with OPG’s Nuclear Quality Assurance program with experience working in a Projects Design setting is desirable.
11. Experience with Field Vibration Measurements and Analysis. An ISO Vibration Analysist Category 2 (or higher) certification would indicate this skillset.
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