Lead, Tooling (Mechanical)
Aecon Group
Kincardine, ON
Reporting to the Tooling Manager, the Tooling Lead / Specialist is a highly motivated, self-starter, who will provide technical support for the Fuel Channel and Feeder tooling, as part of the overall Bruce Power Fuel Channel and Feeder Replacement project. The role will be divided into two subsequent phases; Phase 1 is tooling acceptance based in Cambridge, and Phase 2 is site execution based in Kincardine. Phase 1 is currently in progress, whereas Phase 2 is planned to start in April 2020. There are hundreds of tools required to perform the work, from simple manual hand delivered tools to sophisticated remotely operated robotic tools used to handle highly radioactive components.

Key Responsibilities
Single point of contact and a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for specific tooling

Witness tool testing at Integration Facility and other vendors as required

Identify, report, contribute and obtain resolution for any deviations from the design requirements or testing criteria using Adverse Condition or Event Reports (ACERS)

As an integral part of the Tooling Turnover process from Bruce Power to Shoreline Power Group, be accountable for accepting tooling based on pre-determined criteria.

Assist in the development of the Comprehensive Work Packages

Accountable for weekly schedule updates

Provide engineering direction and support for each assigned toolset (applicable through testing, readiness, execution, post-use and assessment)

Establish and maintain interfaces with other internal groups, subcontractors and suppliers

Maintain high standards related to final product quality
Identify continuous improvements to processes
Participate in meetings with other internal and external groups

Clearly communicate with the client to ensure accurate and comprehensive understanding of the tooling needs are understood

When assigned to shift crews, work in a team setting with Construction trades, Shift Management and Shift Engineers to track tool performance, troubleshoot problems, and provide direction to tooling maintenance crews.

Prepare daily shift logs to track tool performance, summarize maintenance and document troubleshooting steps.
Required Knowledge & Skills
Engineering Degree, Technologist Diploma (Mechanical), Technician Certificate or equivalent based on experience.
Preference for experiences with automated tooling- as a tool maker, machinist, tool designer or end-use operator
Preference for some experience working in a nuclear power plant, otherwise the ability to obtain Bruce Power site-specific training for nuclear energy workers (such as radiation protection, respirator, fall arrest, etc.)

Effective communicator within a large team

Ability to prioritize tasks to meet your deliverables

Ability to lead troubleshooting efforts and muster the appropriate support when required.

Thrive in a fast-paced environment
Demonstrated experiences working safely and within a quality program
Shift work during execution (phase 2)
Travel as necessary