Position Summary:  Design Engineer – I&C OSS.
Location : Toronto or Oshawa
Duration :  1 Year  Contract + ( likely to be extended) 
 
Duties/Responsibilities:
Provide I&C and electrical engineering design and analysis for nuclear and other industrial plants. 
Provide a high level of expertise in one or more specific areas, e.g., piping, pressure vessels, rotating equipment, steam generators and other heat exchangers; structural steel, supports; control instrumentation assessment/design/specification of equipment and components, electrical power generation and distribution; etc. 
Perform condition and performance assessments of mechanical, process, civil/structural, I&C and electrical equipment such as piping, heat exchangers, pumps and other power plant equipment; structural steel, supports; control instrumentation assessment/design/specification of equipment and components, electrical power generation and distribution; etc. 
Perform engineering change design and analysis following established change control procedures. 
Develop life cycle plans, including inspection and test programs. 
Interface with construction/procurement partners, utility stakeholders, and equipment vendors throughout the lifecycle of the design project (i.e., from preliminary and conceptual engineering to detailed design, implementation and close-out) to provide practical and effective solutions as per requirements. 
Provide field support to multi-disciplined plant design modifications, including provision of field engineering. 
Understand and assess client problems and determine appropriate means of solution. 
Conduct technical assessments and emergent troubleshooting/engineering to support refurbishment projects and operating unit (capital) projects. 
Interface effectively with other staff on multi-disciplinary projects. 
Stay current with developments within your field of expertise.
 
Qualifications:
Proven track record in design and analysis in power generation and similar industrial facilities. 
Experience in performing condition assessments of equipment such as heat exchangers, high pressure and temperature piping and pressure components and other power plant equipment. 
In depth knowledge and experience of use of appropriate codes and standards, as applied to nuclear plant and conventional plants. 
Experience in project management and interfacing with and coordinating activities of multi-disciplinary teams. 
Expertise with rigorous engineering change control processes and application of QA programs. 
Registered as a professional engineer in Ontario. 
Have excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and have demonstrated a high commitment to quality. 
Have a minimum of 4 years’ experience, with some experience working on-site at a nuclear power plant.