Civil Task Manager
Kincardine, ON
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AECOM is seeking a Civil Task Manager to be based at our Kincardine, ON location. An ideal candidate must be local or willing to relocate to the area.


The Steam Generating Replacement Team (SGRT) is a Joint Venture of Aecon, AECOM and Framatome. SGRT is responsible for the replacement of the Steam Generators in the Bruce Power Unit 6 Nuclear Power Station in Kincardine, Ontario.

The project, which is part of Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program, will allow Bruce Power’s CANDU units to continue to operate safely through to 2064 and is a part of the Major Component Replacement (MCR) program.

Work is scheduled to begin in 2019 with installation of the crane pad, then in 2020 perform insulation removal and metrology of the existing steam generators and ultimately replacement in 2021.


Under the general direction of the Site Manager, the Civil Task Manager will assist in the planning, documentation preparation, coordination and scheduling of activities within their assigned task(s) of work. The Civil Task Manager represents the primary interface across all project functions for their assigned tasks.


+ Ensure all work is conducted in a safe manner and in compliance with safety, quality and human performance policies. This will include supporting development of ALARA methodologies.

+ Support project team by reviewing the current EAC and provide a “bottoms up/class 2” estimate for the designated task(s) assigned.

+ Ensure materials and tooling/consumables are procured and onsite prior to the start of the work activity (this includes any necessary spare parts and maintenance services for equipment).

+ Support writing the necessary requisitions for services and items not procured through the Design Change process.

+ Coordinate with all required project (internal and external) resources to develop execution planning deliverables, including: construction supervision, technical staff, engineering, quality control, safety, human performance, sub-contractors, client stakeholders, etc.

+ Develop and maintain project task plans and playbooks.

+ Manage the “Readiness Review” process for assigned task(s), including solicitation of acceptance from all appropriate internal and external stakeholders that readiness criteria have been achieved.

+ Provide updates on key metrics related to assigned task(s), including schedule, Quality, Safety, issues and risks.

+ Directly support the implementation of mock-up and support pre-job briefs for the workforce.

+ During the execution of the work, monitor and maintain the schedule to ensure the SPI and CPI are at a 1.00 or greater. This shall include a performance of a 96-hour look-ahead during the outage window and notify the Site Manager and Project Controls of any activities that are in jeopardy.

+ Oversee and directly support work during execution phase, including monitoring for performance, provision of guidance to the field team, reporting to line management, leading problem-solving efforts and development of adverse condition recovery plans.

+ Ensure project is constructed in compliance with drawings, specifications/codes and CITP’s.

+ Identify and support CITP and/or DCN revisions as necessary to support field work.

+ Ensure the work is carried out in accordance with QA Programs and project quality guidelines.

+ Manage and maintain OPEX in the project database for future use.

+ Attend and participate in the Plan of the Day and other meetings as required.


+ Coordinate across all functions of the project as required to achieve task(s) goals.

+ Provide leadership to Field Engineers, Coordinators and Craft Labour


+ Operation within a budget assigned by the Site Manager/Construction Manager, including regular review of cost performance with Project Controls and Project Management team

+ Fiscal responsibility as required by the Joint Venture agreement


+ Customers, suppliers, sub-contractors, Joint Venture (JV) Partners

+ Project Managers, project personnel, estimating personnel

+ Trades execution team – supervision and field execution team members


+ Various work locations in both field and office

+ Work inside the Nuclear facility, including within Zoned areas and Containment as necessary to plan and oversee the work

+ Working at heights

+ Travel as necessary

Conditions of Employment for this position are:
For positions that fall into the list of required positions within the AECOM Oil & Gas Background Check policy, qualified applicants who are offered, and accept, the role must complete a satisfactory pre-employment Background Check. This may consist of all or a combination of the following: Canadian Criminal Record check, an Employment Verification and/or an Education and Accreditation Verification.

Minimum Requirements


+ 5-10 years’ experience in project execution

+ 2-5 years Project Management related

+ A university degree or college diploma in construction or civil engineering technology, or project management is required

+ Experience with coordinating/managing Engineer-Procure-Construct (EPC) work

+ Ability to successfully coordinate a construction project

+ Knowledge of all aspects of construction such as; technology, equipment, methods, trade agreements and jurisdiction, engineering, cost control, scheduling and safety requirements

+ Good communication, organizational and supervisory skills are essential

+ High proficiency in standard computer programs

+ Experience in preparation and delivery of project reports in writing and verbally, including presentation to various stakeholders

Preferred Qualifications


+ Due to the nature of work conducted, mandated nuclear export controls requirements must be met for employment

+ Our background check process includes a full security check and clearance process as well as reference checks. The security clearance process includes a comprehensive list of previous residences, employment, education and other pertinent information. Those with a valid Bruce Power security clearance are strongly preferred.

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