Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) includes in its mandate, on behalf of the Government of Canada, the management and remediation of sites impacted by historic low-level radioactive waste.
CNL's Historic Waste Program Management Office (HWP MO) in Port Hope, ON is currently developing and implementing remediation activities at sites in Port Hope, the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and along the Northern Transportation Route (NTR).
CNL staff in various departments of the HWP MO support the ongoing activities of these three Initiatives.
This NTR / GTA Remediation Project Lead (Project Lead) position is accountable for providing the direct oversight of planning and execution activities for the GTA and NTR scopes of work, working from the Port Hope office.
Current project focus is on finalizing Remedial Conceptual Designs, which will feed the development of Remedial Action Plans for the remaining impacted sites.
These sites exist along this uranium ore transportation route between the mine on Great Bear Lake, NT and the railhead in Fort McMurray, AB.
The NTR Initiative is currently gaining speed, and applicants will hit the ground running on their arrival at CNL.
NTR Initiative Big Picture :
NTR Initiative Activities :
Duties of Project Lead :
The Project Lead reports to the Manager, NTR / GTA and is directly supported by a Project Coordinator. The Project Lead also has access to a wide range of corporate support resources from Communications to Quality Assurance.
The Project Lead will be the technical subject matter expert for the work and is responsible for the frequent liaisons with the leadership and staff of other CNL support teams such as Communications & Stakeholder Relations, OSH, RP, QA, etc.
The Project Lead is accountable for the finalization of planning activities and the execution of the remediation and restoration of impacted sites in northern Alberta, the southeastern Northwest Territories and the Greater Toronto Area.
The Project Lead is also responsible for planning, tracking and reporting on project budgets and schedules.
The Project Lead is also responsible for preparing formal Scopes of Work, providing guidance to and reviewing the work of project consultants and contractors and CNL project staff throughout the life cycle of the NTR Initiative.
This includes using their extensive knowledge of remedial planning, design and construction, to facilitate successful outcomes for the NTR and GTA Initiatives.
Minimum Qualifications of Project Lead :
The successful applicant brings broad experience leading multiple site characterization and remediation projects, and
g., site assessment and remediation or hazardous / radioactive waste management)