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19-041 - Operations Specialist
Number of Vacancies: 1
Duration: 14 months, proposed end date August 7, 2020
Location: Tiverton, ON.
Project Title: Waste Acceptance Coordinator Coverage
Be accountable to Manager as the single point of contact for Waste Acceptance Coordination activities within NWM. Monitor performance in terms of progress and schedule, and discuss concerns regarding non-compliance, lack of consistence, best practices, etc., with Manager and pertinent stakeholders. Generate regular status reports.
Using operating experience and the knowledge of industry best practices, identify, analyze, and prioritize deficiencies. Monitor the effectiveness and currency of divisional procedures, standards, practices, forms, manuals, support documentation, etc. Recommend changes, prepare justifications, and prepare new or revised documents, as required. Carry out plant tours on a routine basis to assess procedures and standards are being followed, identifying non-compliance to same, implementing “on-the-spot” correction and initiating a Station Condition Record (SCR) as necessary.
Advise line management on long term performance management issues. Provide support and advice in terms of managing issues, which negatively impact on the capability and productivity. Consult with technical resources, and provide guidance to influence first line managers to accept same, thereby ensuring consistency of approach. Interface with various work groups to identify and trouble-shoot potential problems. Effectively contribute to the resolution of problems which, if not rectified, could result in liabilities to the performance and progress of the work; the planning of preventative maintenance measures; and, the development of business process improvements
Facilitate communications within NWM organization, such as related to business plans, training, and performance measures, to enable managers to communicate events and processes effectively. Ensure information is passed on in a clear and timely manner
Act as a team leader or participant for various operations work programs related to Human Performance, Improvement Plans, Corrective Actions, Audit Support etc.
Maintain a working knowledge of applicable systems and programs and provide communications to all work groups in a consistent fashion. Provide technical assistance, interpretation and guidance, and attempt to ensure understanding and compliance to designated policies, plans and procedures Keeps abreast of advances in operational practices, technology, or equipment applications
Promote and lead by good example, a conscientious work ethic with respect to safety performance and productivity
Provide input to short- and long-term planning initiatives, drawing on technical expertise and operational experience. Participate in the development, review and administration of the Self-Assessment program and Corrective Action program, analyzing and reporting on results.
Able to understand and work within a highly regulated and licensed industry. Understanding legal documentation and requirements.
Must be able to operate as an individual contributor, requires self motivation