Under the direction of the Operations, Chief Operating Officer, of Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, (CNL) this position will lead and champion the development of an excellent companywide Asset Management program based on ISO 55000 principles.
CNL is the operator of all assets owned by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited and is contractually required to apply an Asset Management system.
CNL has multiple sites across Canada, the largest being in Chalk River, Ontario and is a very diverse organization. Assets include buildings, linear infrastructure, systems, machinery, equipment, as well as establishing asset management approaches for furnishings, tooling, servers, vehicles, material inventories, and licensed technologies.
The lifecycle control, utilization, maintenance, service, repair, protection, preservation, acquisition and disposition of these assets is required.
The outcomes of this role is as follows :
liaise with other departments in the use of Asset Condition Management and Capital Planning software; engage other Canadian and US agencies involved in lifecycle asset management and benchmark.
The position requires a solid understanding of, ISO 55000 series documents, facility operations and management, strategic planning, engineering and project management principles to effectively implement asset management practices, coupled with effective communication skills and an ability to build relationships and support internal customers.
A proven track record with successful development and implementation of asset management program at a large private or public entity or similar program of work or change management in a complex or regulated environment.
A demonstrated understanding of the functions and utilities of both Condition Assessment and Maintenance Management software and how asset management relates to corporate finance is also a priority.
Management experience gained through progressively more responsible positions in areas of facility operations, managing a diverse portfolio of assets, engineering, finance, strategic planning and project management is an asset.
Training and 10 years experience in a relevant field such as civil or mechanical engineering, urban planning, architecture or building sciences is desirable.
The position will require competency in the analysis of information on infrastructure condition and risks related to asset investment decisions, and contributes to the preparation of budgets related to investments in buildings and linear assets and makes recommendations to the asset system owners on prioritization of projects.