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19-092 - Senior Technical Engineer (Obsolescence Management)

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19-092 - Senior Technical Engineer (Obsolescence Management)


Number of Vacancies: 3

Level:  MP4

Duration: 1 year

Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering, Ontario


Job Overview


  1. The job function is to find replacement for obsolete items supporting both Pickering and Darlington stations.
  2. The job function requires fundamental understating of the nuclear safety, design and procurement engineering requirements for nuclear station.




  1. OPG Design or Procurement Engineering qualification is preferred.
  2. 4 year Engineering Degree in Electrical/I&C field.
  3. Eng
  4. Working experience of at least 6 years.
  5. Experience with preparing design specs, preparing design calculations, preparing modifications or performing item equivalency evaluations will be considered as an asset.
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