Position Description

Project Leader - Two Year TERM
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INTRO

The Project Leader is responsible for managing the delivery of medium-risk projects characterized as having many work packages and interfaces, but more extensive safety and licensing requirements involving internal and external regulatory interactions, spanning multiple years in duration, and involving a moderation financial commitment. Using general knowledge of business and management principles, the Project Leader is involved in project planning, budgeting and resource allocation, through discussions with internal clients to define the scope of the project, deliverables and timing. Also approves project scope of work and determines project priorities and division of responsibilities. Reviews the project with the Project Team and regularly meets with the Project Team for updates on deliverables against plan. Motivates team members to meet quality, scope and cost constraints.

DUTIES

  • The Project Leader (CSE 3/4), is responsible for managing the delivery of medium-risk projects characterized as having many work packages and interfaces to manage, with mostly standard terms and conditions, but more extensive safety and licensing requirements involving internal and external regulatory interactions, spanning multiple (3-5) years in duration, and involving a moderation financial commitment.
  • Using general knowledge of business and management principles, is involved in project planning, budgeting and resource allocation, through discussions with internal clients to define the scope of the project, deliverables and timing. May lead 3-4 projects totaling $5M to $10M over a 3-5 year horizon.
  • Approves project scope of work and determines project priorities and division of responsibilities
  • Reviews the project with the Project Team and regularly meets with the Project Team for updates on deliverables against plan. Motivates team members to meet quality, scope and cost constraints.
  • Secures seconded resources through resource/functional managers to execute the project.
  • Establishes and controls the project scope and manages the risks. This includes proper management of deliverables within estimated timeframe and notifying management of issues which could potentially impact the cost and timing of the project.
  • Establishes and administers project budgets and schedules and approves changes to scope of work within project management guidelines.
  • Manages and reports on project performance to clients, management and other stakeholders.
  • Authorizes project expenditures; e.g. purchase orders, invoices and expense claims; within limits of delegated authority.
  • Approves procurement requisitions within span of financial authorization as delegated.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Honours Bachelor in Engineering or Science from a university of recognized standing
  • OR membership in an engineering or scientific professional organization authorized by statute to establish qualification for membership in that organization
  • OR an alternative qualification is a certificate from the Project Management Institute
  • 5 years progressively responsible project experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience related to plant or facility operations, engineering or large construction projects.
  • Typically, has achieved (or is maintaining) PMP or AACE certification, or is within 6 months of achieving certification.
  • The Project Leader (PL), CSE-3/4 has experience and resulting knowledge of applying 9 project management knowledge areas (Scope, Cost, Time, QA, Communications, Human Resources, Risk, Procurement, Integration) to smaller, low-risk projects.
  • Knowledge gained through experience in one or more of the typical phases of a project lifecycle (e.g., Project Definition, Concept Development, Detailed Design, Construction, Commissioning, and Decommissioning phases) is required. Within each phase, knowledge and experience in applying the processes for initiation, planning, executing, controlling and closing is necessary.
  • The Project Leader (PL), CSE-3/4 has a general understanding of CNL's project safety/design/risk review and approval processes (Safety Review Committee, Office of the Chief Engineer Design Review) in relation to their application on lower-risk projects.
  • The Project Leader (PL), CSE-3/4 has general knowledge of formal quality management programs and an ability to apply these to the formulation and implementation of project plans, and awareness of federal licensing requirements, nuclear codes and standards and environmental regulations and standards and their application to the lower-risk projects that they are leading.

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