Field Engineering Manager
Aecon Group
Bowmanville, ON
The Field Engineering Manager Unit 3 will report to the Deputy Project Director Unit 3. This role is a Project Manager with direct reports, who will lead the team of field engineers that compile comprehensive work packages, and act as work scope (series) leads in the field, responsible for coordination and problem solving of their work scopes and direct interaction with the trades and supporting resident engineers. The role directs the process in providing field engineering deliverables for the execution of construction work including inspection and quality program compliance of the project installation activities to meet performance, regulatory, and quality requirements within budget and schedule requirements.

Key Responsibilities
Comprehensive Work Package development in cooperation with construction and engineering.
Plans and implements an engineering and construction program, including defining the project plan, activities, milestones, and manpower requirements.
Ensure compliance with all requirements for fabrication, installation, construction of modifications including those in CSA N286.3 and CAN/CSA-N285.06Maintain installation status through a process of signing off sequenced steps on Inspection and Test Plans (ITP's), as well as regulatory witness and hold points.
Manage the process to ensure that all planned inspections, examinations, calibrations, and surveillance activities are scheduled and executed as when required. Identify, report, and secure approval from resident engineering for deviations from the design documents as they occur and before release to construction.
Provide and ensure effectiveness of the liaison function between field trades and design engineers for problem resolution and information flow.
Establish and maintain interfaces with other internal groups, subcontractors and suppliers supporting the project.Review and provide detailed input into work plans.
Manage a work force consisting of competent staff fulfilling accountabilities.
Support the management team by tracking key OPEX and how it is incorporated into work planning.
Interface with the client on a regular basis to address review and comment on CWPs submitted.
Optimize the CWP approval process, working with the client to improve the review turnaround time.
Optimize the CWP drafting process specifically on the combination of the work plan and inspection and test plan where appropriate, and reduction of inspection and test plan complexity where appropriate.
The ability to break down complex problems into manageable parts for resolution.
Maintain high standards related to final product quality and to consistently require conformance from both staff and subcontractors.
Manage the established budget for all assigned resources ensuring that sufficient staff are available to support the assigned work.
Identify and assist in disposition of variances from budgets.
Manage a professional and technical workforce including identifying resource requirements, assisting with hiring.
Providing feedback on personnel reviews (PPR's) and other performance management assignments.
Participating in assessing and delivering training needs.
Supervisory Responsibilities

Large project lead
Performance management for a team of up to 30 direct reports
Supervision of a team of up to 30 staff, with a number of section leads as direct reports

Required Knowledge & Skills

8+ years of experience with nuclear engineering, modification, maintenance and construction projects.
Engineering Degree from an accredited university or Engineering Technology Post-Secondary education.
This position requires sound knowledge of engineering principles and processes associated with nuclear power generation facilities.
Knowledge of OPG work and configuration management systems.
A working knowledge of industry best practices in the subject area.
Knowledge and ability in project management.
Proficient written (report writing) communication skills.
Knowledge of SharePoint applications an asset.
Strong interpersonal skills in communicating with a large team.
Registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario is considered an asset.