Number of Vacancies: 3
Duration: 18 months
Undertake building operation, maintenance and capital projects from conception to completion, as assigned by the Manager. Review building systems working drawings for technical accuracy and ensure that specifications are met. Coordinate with internal and external groups to ensure that all aspects of the project are compatible such as schedules and deadlines, and that the quality of work meets standards, regulations, and specifications. Be the site contact for local contracts and supervise staff assigned to assist with the contracts work program. Coordinate the work of contractors and trade unions at site. Be the single point of contact/SME for SCR’s/CAPS. Assist in development of maintenance programs.
Requires a detailed technical knowledge of computer applications, mathematics, contracts and specifications, building codes and inspection, electrical equipment, and automatic controls as related to building mechanical services such as heating, ventilation, drainage, water supply and sewage disposal. Requires communications skills, both written and oral, to be able to effectively communicate with others and prepare reports.
This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the successful completion of Grade XII plus 3 years' further concentrated study, or by having the equivalent level of education.
Experience: Requires experience with system installation of electrical, mechanical, structural and communication systems to evaluate drawings and tenders to ensure that specifications are met. Requires experience with the above to analyze and evaluate tenders and recommend the one most suitable. Requires experience with project scheduling to commit to projects and have them completed within time guidelines. Requires experience to coordinate and manage the work of consultants and contractors. Requires experience in site inspection, commissioning, contractor installation, and review of in-service systems to assess satisfactory operation. Requires experience to become familiar with Nuclear facility safety procedures and practices, including radiation and personal protective equipment.
A period of over 6 years, up to and including 8 years, is considered necessary to gain this experience.