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18-077 - Associate Technical Officer

Category: Engineering Work Type: Contract Location: Pickering
Associate Technical Officer
Number of Vacancies: 1
Level: MP2/3/4
Duration: 2 years
Location: 777 Brock Rd., Pickering ON
Project Title: Work Package Owner for Darlington and Pickering
Job Overview
1. Perform Work Package Owner Role for Darlington and Pickering Inspection Campaigns
2. Review Inspection Techniques and procedure for field use
3. Provide technical support to the field execution for inspection campaigns
4. Review inspection findings and report results to Engineering
5. Ensures necessary purchased and maintain component testing equipment
6. OPG Engineering Support Personnel - Core tooling QID 6168 or equivalent is desirable
7. Requires working knowledge of CAN/CGSB 48.9712 NDE methods - Visual Inspection, Ultrasonic Examination, Magnetic Particle, Phased Array Inspection and Liquid Penetrant. Able to interpret codes, specifications and test results as well must be able to provide technical advice, guidance, consultation, problem solving of inspection and maintenance of metallic and concrete components in the nuclear generating stations
8. Strong preference for knowledge of Concrete structures and inspection techniques
9. Knowledge of CSA N285.4, 285.5 and 287.7 Codes and Standards would be an asset
10. This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through successful completion of a 4 year University engineering degree or 5 years experience
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