The PHAI is a federal initiative to clean-up low-level radioactive waste situated in the Municipality of Port Hope and the Municipality of Clarington. The project involves remediating a large number of contaminated sites to establish clean-up criteria and consolidating the wastes in a new engineered mound (one in each community).
Within the Small Scale Sites Remediation department, there is a requirement for two (2) Remediation Coordinators, who will work under the supervision of the Remediation Lead. These positions will be invovlecd in the coordination of remediation work within the identified Small Scales Sites in Port Hope, Ontario. The As a member of the Small Scale Sites Remediation team, this position plays a key role in the planning of field activities.
This position requires registration with the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT), accompanied with (ideally) at least 5 years of experience.
The Remediation Coordinator is part of the Historic Waste Programs Management Office (HWP MO) who will interact directly with internal stakeholders and other contributing parties involved in the development and implementation of the management of the Small Scale Sites remediation project located at a variety of sites around the Port Hope Community.
Some (not all!!) duties include:
Actively assists with the definition, coordination and implementation of the various remediation work packages under the scope of services described as site remediation.
Schedule remediation activities according to approved Work Plans and procedures
Collecting and aiding professional staff in the interpretation of data from field activities and historical records.
Assist senior staff in the advance planning of field campaigns
Assist in preparing/reviewing various project documents including TSWs, SOWs, project schedules, and project budgets.
Review contractor submittals (schedules, SOPs, reports, costs/ invoices, etc.),and ensure scope requirements are met.
Review technical studies and detailed reports prepared by design consultants and other contributing parties to ensure high quality (technical accuracy and appropriateness) and consistency with formats/requirements to CNL technical documentation standards.
Monitor technical progress on engineering and design work activities, studies and contracts, against standards, objectives and specifications.
Track deliverables for technical accuracy and adequacy, checks calculations, and assesses need for potential changes in scope, cost, schedule or quality.
Graduation from a recognized institute of advanced technology in environmental science, chemistry, or equivalent formal education and a minimum of five years pertinent experience.
Knowledge of engineering procedures and practices, organization and quality processes.
Good understanding of compliance program requirements and knowledgeable of procurement practices and has some experience in contract management skills.
Knowledge of project management principles (scope, schedule, time, quality, risk) and hands-on experience in the management of engineering activities during the various phases of a project such as the PHAI (i.e., concept, design, procurement, construction, commissioning, operation and decommissioning).
This team player must have superior verbal communication and technical writing skills as well as the ability to work effectively with personnel of varying disciplines.
CNL has an Employment Equity Program and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal Peoples, visible minorities and persons with disabilities. CNL would like to thank all those who have taken the time to apply, however, only those candiates identified for an interview ill be contacted. Thank you for your interest in this position!