The Modification Team Lead will report to the Sr. Project Manager and will be responsible for the day to day Site engineering issues and represent the SNC Discipline Leads. |
- Work planning and coordination of multi-discipline work groups. Identification and interfacing with all relevant stakeholders and process owners to meet prescribed objectives;
- Lead/participate in preparation of installation, commissioning strategy and logic, work planning, Construction Completion Declaration, AFS, Operation and other stakeholder's acceptance and closeout;
- Prepare/participate in preparation of Installation Completion Declaration;
- Review and ensure proper documentation of commissioning specifications, procedures/ results and their acceptance by appropriate stakeholders;
- Coordinate/review the availability of Spare Parts required for commissioning and AFS;
- Coordinate with project team to complete non-engineering documents such as Operation, Maintenance and Training Documents (Project EC);
- Monitor and ensure completion of pre-installation activities such as: Work Assessment, Comprehensive Work Packages (CWPs) etc.;
- Provide on-site implementation support and ensure field changes are addressed and approved as per applicable procedures;
- Interface with the Project Director / Manager to support day-to-day project activities;
- Interface and coordinate with project Design Team Lead (DTL), Field Engineering Manager & Construction Manager;
- Participate in project risk identification and implement recovery plans. Plan, manage, and direct the project execution. Manage and control project changes and priorities;
- Incorporate operating experience and lessons learned;
- Demonstrate strong nuclear safety culture, and maintain such a culture through the use of event free tools and technical conscience;
- Adherence of the project team to the Engineering Change Control (ECC) process;
- Coordinate/conduct COMS and other meetings with stakeholders (example Procurement Engineering) as required;
- Review relevant client database and change control program, and ensure updates are correct and meet the requirements of client governance.
Required Knowledge & Skills
- Engineering degree from an accredited University of recognized standing, with a minimum of 10 years practical experience in Nuclear Power Plants;
- Registered as a Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario and member in good standing;
- Working knowledge of the CANDU design and plant system design;
- Working knowledge of CSA N286;
- Detailed understanding of client specific Engineering Change Control process and governance procedures;
- Working knowledge of client Asset Suite Work Management, complete with active access rights;
- Strong leadership/managerial, inter-personal and communication skills, with strong customer focus
- Working knowledge of PB/licensing requirements and interfacing with TSSA/ CNSC
Duration of Contract
Compensation & Benefits Overview
Aecon offers the opportunity to work on challenging, high profile projects and provides competitive compensation and benefits.
Aecon is an equal opportunity employer.
Aecon accommodates. Upon request, Aecon accommodates candidates with disabilities throughout the hiring process.