Job: IRC21512 CA Project Lead (MCR Waste, Logistics and Demobilization)


Job TitleIRC21512 CA Project Lead (MCR Waste, Logistics and Demobilization)
LocationES Canada - Walker HR Only

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

·         Responsible for developing daily waste, logistics and demobilization execution plans as they pertain to the Bruce Power Major Component Replacement (MCR) project based on direction, priorities and scheduling provided by the Waste, Logistics and Demobilization Project Manager.

·         Works closely with and provides oversight to the Waste, Logistics and Demobilization Project Coordinators to develop work plans for field execution.

·         Provides procedures, work instructions and job hazard analysis oversight. Works safely and ensures that work is performed safely.

·         Ensures that workers have received training in how to safely perform the work.

·         Complies with human rights legislation and ensures that workers respect human rights legislation, treating everyone with respect and dignity, and maintains a harassment and violence free workplace.

·         Uses Human Performance Tools to maintain a safe and productive work culture.

·         Monitors Execution Vendors’ waste minimization programs and manages performance.

·         Performs field observations, assessments and documents results in the Bruce Power observation and coaching database.

·         Ensures hazardous materials are identified and packaged appropriately for waste, storage and/or transport.

·         Provides radiation protection oversight for EnergySolutions personnel involved in the project.

·         Ensures adherence to waste minimization programs, procedures, Work Instructions and Job Hazard Analysis

·         Provides reports as required.

·         Other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Job Requirements/Skills

·         Able to communicate effectively with all levels of personnel supporting the MCR project.

·         Comprehensive computer knowledge (Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, etc.).

·         May spend long period outdoors year-round. May be required to work extended hours and overnight. May be required to wear contamination control clothing and radiation protection equipment.

·         Ability to work independently on own initiative with some supervision.

Minimum Qualifications and Years of Experience

Minimum Education, Experience and Certification Requirements

·         Education: Required: Health Physics degree, Radiation Safety Certificate, Class 7 Shipper certification, or 5 years’ related experience. Preferred: International Broker Qualified designation.

·         Experience: 3 years’ experience as a supervisor or foreperson. Minimum 5 years’ experience working with radioactive materials. 2 years’ experience providing oversight of waste handling and radiation protection operations.




How To Apply

If you are interested in this role, please provide your resume and cover letter to Andrea Zanetti at by 5 pm on Friday, July 17, 2020 stating why you believe you would be successful in this role.


EnergySolutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability or any other characteristic protected by law. Accommodations are available on request for all aspects of the selection process.

Amount of Travel
Work At Home


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