Project Coordinator
Aecon Group
Kincardine, ON
A Nuclear PI Officer/Engineer will assess Project Performance of prior CANDU reactor refurbishment projects, and current Project work to identify opportunities to reduce critical path time and costs of a major nuclear unit refurbishment project. The PI Officer/Engineer will conceptualize potential solutions to loss of critical path time or resources based on the assessments made, in all areas of Project scope including work processes, tools and equipment, procedures, constraints, support facilities, technical specifications, training etc. The role will include management of adverse condition or event capture systems, and other software infrastructure tools to extract detailed OPEX lessons learned, and use of time and resource data.

Key Responsibilities
Manage an OPEX Lessons Learned Program
Evaluate detailed data on loss time and resources
Develop viable opportunities to reduce critical path time and resource commitments.
Develop business cases for proposed improvement changes
Manage the development of software utilities to capture important data to be used as a basis of performance improvement
Evaluate specialized tooling and equipment performance to recommend improvements going forward
Provide screening and apparent cause evaluations of adverse condition or event reports.
Manage the development of strategic innovations proposed to the stage of acceptance to include in the Project Work Program
Assess the scope and technical basis of the project to determine opportunities for effort reduction while still achieving project objectives
Assess Client processes and facilities to identify opportunities to improve critical path performance and resource reduction.
Prepare analysis reports, and supportable recommendations and business cases for implementing changes to the “means and methods”, processes, constraints, technical basis, tooling, equipment, training, facilities, or any facet of the Project, aimed at improving the Project Performance.
Required Knowledge & Skills
Post secondary school education in an Engineering/Technical discipline, or significant field experience in conducting maintenance, refurbishment or operation of a nuclear power station.
Prior experience on a CANDU reactor or feeder replacement project preferred Excellent analytical and organizational skills
Excellent interpersonal skills
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Computer literate