Engineer Scientist Technical Officer Fuel Packaging Jobs Vacancy in Nuclear Waste Management Organization Nwmo Toronto
- Engineer Scientist Technical Officer Fuel Packaging
- Nuclear Waste Management Organization Nwmo
- Toronto ON
- 13 Jan, 2018 3 days ago
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Engineer Scientist Technical Officer Fuel Packaging Jobs Vacancy in Nuclear Waste Management Organization Nwmo Toronto Jobs Details:
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) is responsible for the safe, long-term
management of used nuclear fuel in Canada. The approach it is implementing, known as
Adaptive Phased Management (APM), involves developing a centralized underground repository,
supported by a robust social and technical research program in collaboration with Canadian
universities, consultants and international waste management organizations.
Join our growing team of scientists, engineers and other professionals to work collaboratively with
Canadians in implementing our management approach in a manner that safeguards people and
respects the environment, now and in the future.
Engineer/Scientist/Technical Officer – Fuel Packaging
Reporting to the Manager, Fuel Handling and Sealing System Design, provide support through
development and demonstration of Used Fuel Unloading, Transfer, and Packaging for long-term
management of Canada’s used nuclear fuel.
Perform as a technical expert in the designated discipline. Specific duties include:
Develop requirements for processes and systems to transfer used CANDU fuel from
transportation packages into Used Fuel Containers.
Develop and demonstrate automated assembly processes as may be required for
manipulation and assembly of radioactive materials.
Provide support to architectural / design organizations developing specifications and
equipment designs for facilities to package used fuel.
Provide support for development of cost updates related to fuel packaging technology as
it would apply to large capital projects.
Support Safety and Licensing in preparation of Safety Cases by providing necessary
input data as well as support the Siting initiatives.
Manage multi-disciplinary contracts with multiple stakeholders.
Generate technical reports documenting findings and manage workflow through the
Team Center (a PC based configuration management system)
Support / represent the Engineering Team in regulatory meetings for technical discipline
Identify, define, evaluate, secure and manage external contracts related to the development and
demonstration of fuel packaging. Keep abreast of developments in radioactive waste
management technologies through technical publications, contacts with internal and external
experts in the field, and conference presentations. Present results to technical groups,
government authorities and national waste management organizations. Carry out work
activities in compliance with legislated and corporate requirements and programs. Requires a
university degree in an engineering or science discipline directly related to the accountabilities
of this position.
Requires a minimum of 6 years’ experience in one or more of the following subject areas:
Automation of low volume assembly and inspection processes where remote handling is
necessary due to the radiological hazard
Designing processes and structures to work in radioactive environments.
Designing equipment to work in containment, related active areas or areas containing
Regulatory/design requirements for Class 1B nuclear facilities
Requires experience in assuming responsibility for projects within the discipline, including work
and resource planning, contract management, problem resolution, work monitoring and
accomplishment to Supervisor satisfaction. Also in effectively applying theoretical and practical
technical knowledge and sound analytical thinking to solve problems in the appropriate subject
areas. Requires strong and clear oral and written communication skills. Candidates with lesser
qualifications will be considered for a lower level position. Knowledge of the regulatory
requirements surrounding Class 1B nuclear facilities would be beneficial. This position may
require some travel.
You must be eligible to work in Canada and must be able to meet security clearance
requirements. We offer competitive base salaries and a comprehensive pension and health
care benefits package.
The NWMO supports the principles and practices of diversity and is committed to providing a
respectful, accessible, and inclusive environment for all persons with disabilities in a way that is
respectful of the dignity and independence of people with disabilities and in a manner that takes
into account the person’s disability and embodies the principles of integration and equal
opportunity. The NWMO will provide accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you
require accommodation, please Contact Us .
Please submit your application quoting Engineer/Scientist/Technical Officer – Fuel
Packaging to: Employment@nwmo.ca