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Project Manager

Category: Engineering Work Type: Contract Location: Tiverton, ON

Location: Tiverton/Bruce Power

Position: Project Manager

Location: On Site @ Bruce Power

Duration: 6 Months with extensions

CTSNA Pay Rate: $80.00/HR Inc’d – Per Diem included.

 

Bruce Power Security Cleared Prefered.

 

Duties & Responsibilities:

 

Project Managers shall perform the following activities:

  1. Deliver assigned projects to meet BP’s project delivery goals including safety, scope, quality (how well the characteristics of the project comply with its defined set of requirements), cost and schedule within project controls limits (identified in the investment proposal for each assigned project).
  2. Negotiate with and integrate all functions that are required to deliver a Capital Project, including but not limited to, preparation of an investment plan, planning, on-line and outage planning and execution, design, engineering, construction, contracting, procurement, environment, safety and health management and logistics management, all of which shall comply with applicable BP procedures.
  3. Manage the Assigned Project scope, in accordance with BP-PROC-14406 (Manage and Control Project Change), BP-PROC-14420 (Monitor and Control Project Scope) and BP-PROC-14422 (Define Project Scope).
  4. Manage cradle-to-grave (initiation to close-out) responsibilities for projects assigned (Program Management).
  5. Manage, track and report on the status of all milestones across the cradle-to-grave process.
  6. Manage project schedule adherence, prepare and deliver all project reporting (issued by Project Controls) in accordance with the reporting requirements set out in the subject Contract, and manage project costs, in accordance with BP-PROC-14437 (Develop Project Schedule), BP-PROC-14439 (Monitor and Control Project Schedule) and BP-PROC-14444 (Define and Manage Project Cost).
  7. Project Managers are responsible for assembling the required deliverables to proceed from one project phase to the next.  Phase Gate Review deliverables will be supplied to BP Program Managers as per documented procedure two (2) weeks prior to a Phase Gate Review.  The BP Program Managers are responsible to ensure all deliverables are available and meet the applicable quality standard prior to presentation at the Phase Gate Review.
  8. In some cases, the Project Managers will directly manage construction or engineering contracts from other Contractors.  In this case, the assigned BP Program Managers (or delegate) will participate in the procurement process (Request for Proposal, review of proposals and selection of the vendor).  A recommendation for vendor selection will be made by the evaluation team, including the BP Program Managers, for approval by the Senior Program Managers.  The contract will be held by BP and the Project Manager will be responsible for managing the contract as part of the Services.
  9. Management of subcontracts requires Contract Management Qualification by the Project Managers.  All Contract Requests, Contract Change Request, and Invoice Approval Requests associated with Engineering Contracts will be submitted to the PB Program Manager (or delegate) for approval.
  10. Identify and implement remedial actions in correcting cost and schedule project deficiencies in accordance with BP-PROC-14439 (Monitor and Control Project Schedule) and BP-PROC-14444 (Define and Manage Project Cost).
  11. Manage project risk, in accordance with BP-PROC-14460 (Manage Project Risk).
  12. Manage project changes, in accordance with BP-PROC-14406 (Manage and Control Project Change).
  13. Manage project procurement, in accordance with BP-PROC-0041 (Contract Management), BP-PROC-00228 (Purchasing Management) and BP-PROC-00947 (Contract Specification, Requisition and Strategy – Contract Services).
  14. Manage project documentation in accordance with BP-PROC-14409 (Manage Project Documentation).
  15. Manage project quality, including interfacing with field quality and technical services and constructability reviews as required, in accordance with BP-PROG-15.01 (Independent Oversight Management), BP-PROC-00877 (Modification Installation Quality Assurance) and BP-PROC-14800 (Project Quality).
  16. Manage engineering design services, in accordance with BP-PROG-10.02 (Engineering Change Control), BP-PROG-10.03 (Configuration Management), BP-PROG-10.01 (Plant Design Basis Management), BP-PROG-11.01 (Equipment Reliability), BP-PROG-00.04 (Pressure Boundary Quality Assurance), BP-PROG-12.03 (Nuclear Fuel Management), BP-PROC-00840 (Engineering Project Controls), BP-PRQC-00539 (Design Change Package) BP-PROC-00743 (Site Services Engineering Change Control), BP-PROC-00877 (Modification Installation Quality Assurance) and BP-PROC-14800 (Manage Project Quality).
  17. Manage resource needs for project execution and field execution.
  18. Manage the Assigned Project’s contract on an as-needed basis.
  19. With respect to field execution, ensure the Assigned Project is executed in the field in accordance with applicable procedures for reactor, industrial, radiological and environmental safety and ensure compliance with BP policies and procedures.
  20. Manage project closeout in accordance with BP-PROC-14407 (Close Project).

 

 

 

Skills & Experience:

 

  • University Degree preferred.
  • 10-15 years+ of experience supporting and delivering multiple Heavy Industrial/Construction Projects, ideally within the Nuclear Industry.
  • Proficient in Primavera P6 and MS Office (excel, word, etc).
  • Knowledge of engineering procedures and practices, organization and quality processes.
  • Good understanding of compliance program requirements.
  • Knowledge of project management principles (scope, schedule, time, quality, risk)
  • Ability to work effectively with personnel of varying disciplines.
  • Effective communication skills including verbal, written and presentation skills
  • Proven ability to work effectively both independently and in a team based environment
  • Demonstrated willingness to be flexible and adaptable to changing priorities
  • Strong multi-tasking and organizational skills

 

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