Acquisition and analysis of feeder inspection data may include the following depending on roles:
Operation of feeder equipment and software to acquire visual data.
Operation of feeder equipment and software to acquire feeder thinning UT data.
Operation of acquisition software to acquire feeder thinning UT data.
Operation of analysis software and the analysis of feeder thinning UT data. Acquisition and analysis of the feeder cracking UT data.
Director of Operations
The incumbent performs the work specified by the Department Coordinator
Check data for acceptability based on the applicable technique(s) and or procedure(s).
Indicate any data quality issues ASAP to the Resolution analyst for feedback to data acquisition.
Interpret the accepted NDE data acquired per Ontario Power Generation- IM&CS procedures and / or techniques.
Operate Ultravision™ software for the purpose of analyzing UT Data.
Create NDE reports.
Report any problems-queries to resolution and / or lead analyst.
Other duties as assigned.
Operate Neovision™ software for the purpose of analyzing MIT Data.
Indicate any data quality issues ASAP to the OPG supervisor for quick feedback.
Accept work directions.
Operate Feeder Inspection Tools.
Assist with DMS input alongside UT Acquisition operator
Other duties as assigned
There is no minimum education requirement.
For all CGSB related roles; the minimum required formal education must meet the requirements of CAN/CGSB-48.9712, latest edition. The guiding principle is that less education requires more field experience.
For all roles, preference will be given to candidates that:
Have attained knowledge in material science, industrial metallurgy, physics, chemistry, metals fabrication methods and processes and industrial methodology related to the field of Non-Destructive testing in order to perform the technical duties of inspecting feeder and other pressure boundary piping systems.
Have training and knowledge of troubleshooting, repairing and maintaining related NDE equipment including electrical, mechanical and/or electromechanical devices (UT systems, probe delivery systems, robotics, etc).
The knowledge and experience listed above is considered to be normally acquired by the successful completion of a college program with a diploma in a recognized technical program (or equivalent) plus entry and intermediate related courses in NDE.
200 hours of UT Feeder Thinning acquisition field experience employing Ultravision™ software or equivalent software.
200 hours of UT Feeder Thinning analysis experience.
100 hours of MIT Feeder Thinning acquisition field experience employing Neovision™ software.
100 hours of MIT Feeder Thinning analysis experience.
Qualified Feeder Platform Operator.
200 hours work experience using Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge
100 hours of work experience as a Feeder UT or MIT Platform Operator
Possess one or more certificates from the non-destructive certifying Agency at Natural Resources Canada Level 1, 2, or 3;
Recognized as a certified exposure device operator by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (asset);
The following skills are considered as important assets: knowledge of machining, qualified as a welding inspector from the Canadian Welding Bureau (CSA W 178.2), certified as a NACE coating inspector, ASME qualified (National Board, Authorized Inspection, Authorized Inspector Supervisor) and/or qualified in API 653 Storage Tank Inspection (510 – Piping inspector, 570 – Pressure Vessels Inspector or 936 – Refractory Inspector) (asset).
Must be able to read, understand and follow work instructions in a safe, accurate and timely manner.
Candidates must be proficient in using various types of computer software (Word, Excel. PowerPoint & Outlook).
Proven ability to manage and coordinate multiple projects in a fast-paced, highly professional environment.
Candidates must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills including grammar and composition.
Ability to work well with others & independently.
Proven time management skills and a strong attention to detail.
Works well under pressure.
Extended hours and shift work may be required from time to time.
Travel to other SGS locations or client location may be required from time to time.
Ensures full compliance with the company’s Health & Safety, Code of Integrity, and Professional Conduct policies.
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION OF SERVICES:
All workers must be able to demonstrate their confidence and capability to perform work in environmental conditions common to power generation industrial work environments including, but not limited to: working at heights; working within personal protective equipment; working in confined spaces; working in cold, hot and humid conditions for extended durations and within a Nuclear environment.
SGS Canada is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to achieving greater accessibility by providing accommodation for people with disabilities during our hiring process. Accommodations are available on request for qualified candidates during each stage of the recruitment process.
Please note that candidates applying for Canadian job openings should be authorized to work in Canada