Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
The Project Engineering Representative reports administratively to the Project Delivery Manager and functionally to the Manager, Commissioning & Project Engineering, Engineering Services. The Project Engineering Representative leads the delivery of the project’s design and engineering deliverables. The PER will participate in the following:
- Analyzing and solving problems using standard procedures, modifications of standard procedures or previously developed methods.
- Planning to achieve prescribed objectives.
- Making independent studies, analyzing, interpreting and concluding.
- Developing novel engineering techniques or modifying existing equipment, facilities, or processes.
- Estimating costs and assisting in the preparation of commercial/business proposals.
- Preparing complex reports and specifications.
- Giving presentations to customers and contributing to technical journals.
- Developing and preparing technical specifications and work scopes;
- Assisting in the selection of design participants and in the award of design contracts;
- Participating in leading engineering surveillance activities and assessing the design in progress, including the review of key design documents to verify that design requirements are met;
- Ensuring adequate independent (third party) technical review of the design;
- Participating in preparing submissions of key technical and safety-related documents to the Delegate Design Authority or the Chief Nuclear Engineer for review;
- Facilitating the transfer of specialized design knowledge to CNL;
- Assessing equipment options and making recommendations;
- Assisting the Project Lead and Project Control Representative in developing project work packages, including deliverables, budgets and schedules;
- Participating in the preparing technical documents, work scopes and engineering surveillance plans, and performing surveillance of design, construction and commissioning activities of suppliers;
- Identifying, assessing and initiating changes relative to the project scope statement in accordance with project change control ; and
- Interfacing with design participants, operations engineers, technical staff and nuclear operators to provide technical support during all phases of the project, as required in order to meet project objectives.
- Bachelor (Honours) in Engineering or Science from a university of recognized standing
- Mechanical or Electrical Engineering preferred
- or membership in an engineering or scientific professional organization authorized by statute to establish qualification for membership in that organization
- Eligible for PEO Professional designation.
- Ten (10) to fifteen (15) years of relevant experience with 5 years operational experience in a licensed nuclear facility, or otherwise heavily regulated facility operations environment.
- Experienced in dealing with engineering contractors
Abilities & Skills
- General computer literacy in word processing, spreadsheet and database applications
- Good interpersonal and oral communication skills
- Technical writing skills
Job/Industry Specific Knowledge
- Knowledge of engineering codes and standards used in the design, construction, and commissioning of nuclear processing facilities.
- Knowledge of CNL’s practices, organization and Quality Assurance processes.
- Good understanding of radiation protection (RP) standards and CRL RP practices.
- Additional training per CNL’s Project Team Training Plan (145-510220-TPL-002) as required.
Job Types: Permanent, Full-time
- Company pension
- Dental care
- Disability insurance
- Extended health care
- Life insurance
- On-site parking
- Paid time off
- Relocation assistance
- Vision care
- Monday to Friday
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