Monitor and maintain system health of the RWPB systems as per job description.
Responsibilities (includes, but not limited to) :
Trend the health of all 13 systems in the RWPB;
Prepare System Health Reports to trend possible risks to production;
Review System Performance against accepted criteria and engage the appropriate groups for resolution;
Support operations on providing solution for system trips / transients;
Monitor work orders related to the system health and drive completion;
Engage and support OPG in the development of acceptable performance criteria;
Establish and formalize methodology to trigger system changes due to data trending / OPEX;
Trend supplied system data and establish related actions as appropriate;
Engage with vendors as required to establish uncertainty figures on emission reporting;
Support development of RWPB facility annual report;
Prepare and present System Monitoring Plan;
Perform self-assessment / audit of System Monitoring Plan every two years;
Support development of RWPB Effluent Monitoring Program as required by RWPB Operations Manager;
Review performance of Effluent Monitoring Program to provide confirmation of public doses;
Support development of field changes as required;
Review maintenance schedules and validate required maintenance is being performed in accordance with CANATOM / OEM requirements;
Initiating FCR’s, NCR’s, Work Orders, Acers, PROAct , PREQ’s (using the managed process to identify issues)
Use spreadsheets to track issues to plan and schedule work to be executed in the RWPB;
Perform apparent cause evaluation, develop troubleshooting plans and lead the equipment root cause investigations to improve the system rating;
Defined critical spare re-order points to improve Single Point of Vulnerability (SVP);
Constantly interfaced with RWPB operations;
Monitor the life of equipment and initiate request for replacement as required;
Qualifications (includes, but not limited to) :
Degree in Mechanical / Chemical Engineering from an accredited University with a minimum of 8-10 years of relevant experience (minimum 5-7 years in the Nuclear industry as a Senior System Engineer working on modifications to nuclear systems or components);
Registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario and member in good standing is an asset;
General knowledge of nuclear codes and standards, including CSA N285.0, CSA N286, ASME Section III Division 1 and ASME B31.1 is an asset :
Good working knowledge of Nuclear facility mechanical / process equipment and systems;
OPG security clearance and Orange Badge qualification is an asset;
Excellent written and oral communication skills :
Results driven individual with strong interpersonal skills;
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