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19-084 - Site Preparation License Technical Specialists

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19-084 - Site Preparation License Technical Specialists

 

Number of Vacancies: 2

Level:  MP5

Duration: 2 years

Location: 889 Brock Road, Pickering, Ontario

 

Job Overview

 

  1. Support Department Manager with the execution and oversight of the work to renew the Site Preparation Licence. Specific tasks/deliverables will include:
  2. Develop new or revise existing OPG governing documents to support a management system that will be used for DNNP
  3. Produce and review technical documents supporting the licence renewal.
  4. Update the project commitment report, as required.
  5. Track supporting organizations on their required deliverables for the licence renewal application, this will require direct interface with various organizations across OPG nuclear.
  6. Review or assist, where required, dispositions, scoping and costing of impact mitigating measures.
  7. Advise the Department Manager on relative importance of items to support licence process.

 

Qualifications

 

  1. Requires an in-depth knowledge of engineering and project management concepts to effectively coordinate projects and programs.
  2. Requires business acumen and analytical skills to analyze data on proposals.
  3. Requires knowledge of the nuclear power generation and familiarity with the CNSC licensing process.
  4. Requires a strong knowledge of English to communicate effectively with internal/external stakeholders, to prepare program proposals, write reports and/or present recommendations.
  5. Familiarity with various external regulatory agencies.
  6. Requires a thorough understanding of nuclear management system, governance, processes and CSA N286-12.
  7. Familiar with Environmental Protection and Nuclear Safety regulations, principles and concepts.
  8. Requires experience in nuclear engineering, business, contract negotiations, risk evaluation, identification of financial, operational and technical issues associated with projects, to evaluate project alternatives and prepare business cases.
  9. Requires experience with project management, methods, techniques and concepts, and strong leadership skills to effectively participate, and at times lead, project teams.
  10. Requires experience working with external consultants/contractors. Requires experience working in partnership arrangements.
  11. More than 15 years of experience in nuclear power industry is preferable.
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