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18-148 - Contracts Coordinator

Category: Engineering Work Type: Contract Location: Bowmanville
18-148 - Contracts Coordinator
Number of Vacancies: 1
Level: MP4
Duration: 1 year, proposed end date October 30, 2019
Location: Darlington
Job Overview
Construction Oversight Contracts Coordinators:
1. Review CWP's to ensure drawings, workplans and all other paperwork is in order
2. Ensure that material availability is in a state that no delays occur
3. Review Partner resource plans are satisfactory to complete work to schedule and budget
4. Review Vendors' training plans and documentation to ensure that their resources are competent, capable and qualified to perform required tasks.
Quality Oversight Contracts Coordinators:
5. Promote safety as the overriding priority in all activities performed.
6. Support leadership in strategic direction along with supporting construction oversight staff.
7. Champions human performance behaviors for Retube and Feeder Replacement (RFR).
8. Ensure field execution quality is performed to OPG RFR expectations and to the contractor's policies and procedures.
9. Assist in development of OPG oversight plans and perform monitoring activities as required.
10. Interface with contractor construction and contractor Quality inspection group to address field concerns.
11. Promote a team environment whereby OPG oversight staff and JV staff strive to build a trusting relationship and work together as a team.
12. Monitor the quality of JV field work and documentation to ensure it meets correct acceptance criteria.
13. Expected to work minimum of 40hrs/w and will be required to work shift on a regular basis including weekends and nights.
Construction Oversight Contracts Coordinators:
14. Requires experience with system installation of electrical, mechanical, structural and communication systems to evaluate drawings and tenders to ensure that specifications are met.
15. Requires experience with the above to analyze and evaluate tenders and recommend the one most suitable.
16. Requires experience with project scheduling to commit to projects and have them completed within time guidelines.
17. Requires experience to coordinate and manage the work of consultants and contractors.
18. Requires experience in site inspection, commissioning, contractor installation, and review of in-service systems to assess satisfactory operation.
19. Requires experience to become familiar with Nuclear facility safety procedures and practices, including radiation and personal protective equipment.
Quality Oversight Contracts Coordinators:
20. Quality Inspector experience or Quality control training for Nuclear construction would be an asset
21. Knowledge of Nuclear Quality Assurance Programs.
22. Fuel Channel and Feeder Tube replacement a definite asset
23. Nuclear Pressure boundary experience is an asset
24. 2 or more years of experience specifically on nuclear refurbishment project is an asset
25. Working knowledge of CANDU reactor components is an asset
26. Strong communications skills, both written and oral, ability to effectively communicate with internal and external stakeholders and -prepare reports.
27. CSA N285 Series professional development course will be an asset
28. ASME Section III Overview professional development course will be an asset
29. CSA Z299 Standards training workshop would be an asset
30. CSA 178.2 Certified welding inspector a definite asset
31. CGSB 48.9712 M/T, P/T, U/T would be an asset
Notes from Manager on ideal experience: 
32. Nuclear QC experience
33. Preference for Reactor face work experience
34. HDOC review and close out experience
35. Good understanding of N285/ASME Codes/N286/Z299/N299 standards
36. NDE experience. LPI, Radiography, PAUT (Phased Array UT), SCAR etc.
37. Welding experience
Note: for both areas (Construction / Quality) shift work may be required.
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