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Intermediate Electrical Engineer – SMR Project – REMOTE
Work Location:  Remote (w/occasional trips to the site)
Rate: Not Defined / need Candidate’s requested rate (will be non-exempt)
Hours: 40 hrs / wk
Duration: Long Term / ASAP – December 2024 (staff aug for 6 months then offer to go direct)
Position Details: 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Perform conceptual, preliminary and/or detailed design of Electrical Systems including definition of system functional and performance requirements and environmental and seismic qualification.
  • Prepare, review and /or update technical specification, sizing, and selection for various types of Electrical equipment and components and produce component related documentation.
  • Prepare, review and /or update Electrical engineering design documents including, Design Description, SLD, Schematics, Detailed Drawings, BOMs together with the supporting analysis / assessment documents (e.g., Load Flow, Short Circuit, Protection Coordination, Arc Flash, Motor Starting, etc.).
  • Conduct Electrical System Design Assessments for adequacy to applicable design basis documentation (Safety Assessment Report, Margin Assessment, Safe Operating Envelope etc.) and US / Canadian Nuclear Regulatory Codes and Standards.
  • Interface with various engineering disciplines, suppliers, and other functional divisions of the company.
  • Provide responses to technical enquiries from design review teams and regulatory agencies.
  • Provide technical support to engineering stakeholders at site.
  • Apply sound engineering principles to resolve technical issues and provide technical guidance to junior staff.
  • Comply with applicable QA procedures and ensure the quality, consistency, accuracy, and completeness of engineering deliverables/task within specified timelines and budgets.
  • Attend site meetings and perform walk-downs for data collection, inspections, condition assessment and configuration management as required.
  • Support plant emergent issues, equivalency evaluations and Commercial Grade Dedication plans.


    • Degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited University with eight (8) to twelve (12) years of relevant experience (8 years for intermediate and 12 years for senior positions) in the Nuclear Industry as a Design or System engineer.
    • Thorough knowledge of Electrical system functions, configurations and equipment as used in Nuclear Power plants (including Safety and non-Safety Related Systems) or similar systems in other industries.
    • Registered Professional Engineer with good standing.
    • Thorough knowledge of Canadian and International Codes and standards used in Electrical engineering (e.g., CSA-Canadian Electrical safety Code, ESA-Ontario Electrical Safety Code, NFPA-National Electrical Code, IEEE, ANSI, NETSA, etc), of EPRI Guidelines and INPO Topical Reports.
    • Knowledge of Standard Modification Design Process is an asset.
    • Thorough knowledge in Analysis software used in Electrical engineering (e.g., ETAP, EDSA, EMTP-RV, etc.;
    • Proven experience sizing and specifying electrical equipment.
    • Proven experience preparing and reviewing complex Electrical design layouts and schematics.
    • Proven experience preparing and reviewing Electrical Protection and Control designs.
    • Experience in conducting condition assessments of Electrical systems.
    • Experience interfacing with US NRC for Standard Review Plan is an asset.
    • Good understanding of CNSC requirements and interface is an asset.
    • Proven experience preparing and reviewing technical reports, write-ups and engineering estimates.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    • Results driven individual with strong interpersonal skills.
    • Eligible for Security Clearance through Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC).
    • Experience in power plant is an asset.

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Sharon Fennell