Work with a team in the Inspection & Monitoring Technologies Branch developing tools for inspection of steam generator, nuclear waste containers, fuel channel and feeders and other specialized component applications, with emphasis in computer modeling, sensor design, signal analysis and development of algorithms for signal interpretation.
The work involves application of nondestructive evaluation (NDE) technology.
This position may entail work on multiple projects each year, and may require the incumbent to contribute in many or all of the following capacities:
Research and development of new NDE technology.
Deployment of existing NDE technology.
Travel to reactor sites for inspection campaigns as a Nuclear Energy Worker.
Assisting in project management.
Writing reports and procedures.
Assist the supervisor in initiating proposals.
Masters degree in engineering or physical sciences from a university of recognized standing or a member of a provincial professional engineering association.
Knowledge of NDE.
Strong mathematical skills.
Finite element method modelling experience.
Knowledge of electronic equipment, networking and data manipulation is desirable.
High degree of computer literacy, including programming in different computer languages.
Advanced knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet software.
Good communication skills and ability to deal with internal and external clients.
A high degree of motivation and the ability to handle the competing demands of multiple assignments are essential.
CNL has an Employment Equity Program and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal Peoples, visible minorities and persons with disabilities