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Project Engineer FCFR

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

Location: Bruce Power/Tiverton

Position: Project Engineer FCFR (Mechanical/Electrical) X2

Duration: 1 Year

Pay Rate: $60.00 – 70.00/HR Inc’d

Per Diem: No 

The core job function of a Project Engineer to provide day to day engineering and project support for discipline specific projects in a Matrix organization. Project Engineer would work with the assigned Owners Engineer, Design Engineer, System Engineer, Project Manager and other stakeholders in support of Project lifecycle and will be responsible for all project engineering deliverables of the project.

Key Responsibilities:

o Provide technical support and oversight during planning, development, execution and commissioning of plant modifications.

o Responsible for delivering the overall technical scope of the project as identified in scope of work document.

o Be knowledgeable of the technical and quality requirements (ex. Pressure Boundary) and the regulatory codes and standards applicable to the discipline, used in the preparation and review of work procedures such as; Work coordination plans, commissioning plans and reports.

o Interface with internal contacts within PMC programs and site engineering, operations, maintenance departments etc. and support communications with external regulatory agencies, contract service providers, manufacturers, etc. in alignment with approved designs and supply chain processes.

o Where applicable, provide input as a mandatory stakeholder during conceptual phase of the project. o Review conceptual and preliminary Engineering reports for compliance to the overall technical scope of work, cost and schedule. Request revisions as required.

o Participate in design and construction vendor selection process.

o Support Project Development Phase by reviews during 50% and 90% design package submissions from constructability and execution standpoint. Ensure that the design and construction margins are well understood.

o Request constructability reviews for projects as necessary.

o Conduct and lead interactive planning sessions to discuss and resolve constructability/ field execution planning issues. o Prepare, review or approve installation procedures, work coordination plans, test procedures and commissioning plans for successful implementation of the project.

o Provide technical specifications for contract documents as required. Review and evaluate vendor bids for technical details and compliance to Bruce Power requirements.

o Provide technical assistance/guidance and field support to construction personnel or other clients related to the interpretation of design information, work method and constructability based on project requirements. o Provide engineering guidance and authority to progress work for all non-intent changes to the design package during installation and commissioning.

o Lead technical troubleshooting for post installation issues related to commissioning. Use corrective action process to perform investigations (A3, EACE, RCI etc.) to avoid repeated occurrence.

o Work with field engineering/ services to provide timely response to vendor requests via RFI process.

o Participate in establishing and updating schedules for project engineering deliverables. o Lead available for service (AFS) and project closeout activities. o Responsible for maintaining own qualification as per TQD, Training and qualification requirements. o Perform other duties as required and assigned by line management.

Education and Experience:

Project Engineer o University Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineer

o Registered as P.Eng with the Province of Ontario or eligible for registration.

o A period of over 6 years and up to and including 8 years is considered necessary to gain this experience

o Nuclear Power-Fuel Channel Feeder Replacement experience is ideal o Experience in performing plant modifications in an Engineering capacity.

o Experience in conducting field activities during execution of a project is an asset. o Knowledge about Plant Operation or work experience within a station environment is desired.

o PMI or PMP certification considered an asset.

o Working knowledge of the applicable codes and standards is required. Education and Experience: Project Engineering Trainee

o This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the successful completion of an accredited four year university education in an appropriate engineering field (electrical, mechanical, civil).

o Ability to obtain a P.Eng licence within a specified period.

o Experience in conducting field activities during execution of a project is an asset.

o Knowledge about Plant Operation or work experience within a station environment would be an asset.

o Working knowledge of the applicable codes and standards is required. Selection Criteria

Education and Experience per the above qualifications and experience

o Transferable skills (for example, effective communication, drive for accountability and results, time/organizational management, collaboration and teamwork)

o Technical experience and capabilities o Oral and Written communication

o Computer skills; MS Office; Word, Excel, Outlook and other relevant o Soft Skills for example; flexibility, interpersonal skills, self-initiative, effective communication, procedure use and adherence, collaboration and teamwork)

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