The position will involve providing safety analysis and licensing support to the three primary mission lines established in the Engineering organization, i.e. ERM, S&T and Operations. With respect to Safety Analysis, the type of work that would be executed would include, but is not limited to Deterministic Safety Analysis, Probabilistic Safety Analysis, Hazard Identification, Radiological Consequence Analysis, and Shielding Analysis. With respect to licensing, typical work would include items such as developing and implementing licensing strategies to facilitate and secure regulatory approvals in support of construction and operation of new facilities, modifications to existing facilities, and decommissioning.
Execute work on time and on budget.
Operate within a multi-disciplinary team.
Provide technical support to junior analysts.
Work professionally, ethically and respectfully.
Understand and execute safety analysis as defined in the Safety Analysis Program Functional Instruction Documents.
Perform and/or review routine and complex hazard assessments.
Independently perform routine safety analyses for projects and facilities.
Lead a team of Safety Analysts to perform complex safety analyses.
Independently assess safety impacts of proposed facility changes.
Provide input to designers regarding safety implications of proposed designs.
Provide input to operations staff regarding safety implications of proposed operations, changes to operating procedures or plant.
Obtain regulatory approval for construction, operation, modification and decommissioning of facilities at CRL.
Prepare licensing documents/plans in support of facilities/projects.
Bachelor (Honours) or Masters or PH.D 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.
Ability to organize routine and complex work and activities of a moderate number of resources to accomplish deliverables in accordance with expectations.
A well-developed knowledge of one or more of the following areas, as required:
Regulatory framework governing Canadian nuclear industry
Design engineering process
Hazard identification techniques, e.g. HAZID, HAZOP, What-If.
Deterministic safety analysis methods
Probabilistic safety assessments
Dose Consequence Analysis
Ability to plan workload across multiple projects
Ability to read and interpret technical drawings
Confident in liaising with clients, contractors and other third parties as required
Excellent technical report writing and numeracy skills
Flexibility and willing to travel
Job Type: Full-time
- Probabilistic safety assessments: 3 years (Required)
- Design engineering process: 3 years (Required)
- Hazard identification techniques, e.g. HAZID, HAZOP,What-if: 3 years (Required)
- Deterministic safety analysis methods: 3 years (Required)
- Dose Consequence Analysis: 3 years (Required)
- Temporarily due to COVID-19