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Performance Improvement Coordinator

Aecon
Kincardine ON
FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT

ABOUT US
The Shoreline Power Group is a Joint Venture (JV) of Aecon, United and SNC-Lavalin. Shoreline Power Group will be completing the Fuel Channel and Feeder Replacement (FCFR) project. The joint venture has been awarded a contract by Bruce Power to execute the Unit 3 and 6 FCFR at the Bruce Nuclear Generating Station in Kincardine, Ontario.

The Steam Generator Replacement Team (SGRT) project is a fully integrated Joint Venture of Aecon, UECI and Framatome. SGRT is a part of the Major Component Replacement project and includes the removal of the eight steam generators at Unit 6, 3, 4 and the installation of replacement steam generators with related plant modifications.

These projects are part of Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program, which will allow Bruce Power’s CANDU units to continue to operate safely through to 2064, the project is the centerpiece of the Major Component Replacement (MCR) program to replace the main components of the reactor. Unit 6 is the first of six reactors being replaced by Bruce Power through the MCR program.

The scope of work includes the removal and replacement of calandria tubes, pressure tubes, and feeders for Unit 3 and 6, as well as construction management and trade labour.

I. purpose of the position
Reporting to the EHS Director the Performance Improvement Coordinator is responsible for developing and managing the Corrective Action Program (CAP). The Corrective Action Program will be used to document conditions or events observed during the execution of work at the Bruce Power site which are adverse to meeting the objectives of the Projects (Safety, Quality, Schedule, Cost). You will work closely with Human Performance (Hu), Environment, Health and Safety (EHS), Quality and Construction teams to manage Cority (adverse condition/event capture) systems, and other software infrastructure tools to extract detailed OPEX lessons learned, identify trends and Areas for Improvement.

II. essential functions and responsibilities
⦁ Validating the Cority report inputs, perform screening, and engage subject matter experts to develop root cause and action plans.
⦁ Filter out and route events or adverse conditions that are subject to established compliance programs investigations and reporting requirements.
⦁ Recognizing trends such as repeat low level adverse events, or similar events occurring across the organization which require follow-up action.
⦁ Develop and maintain dashboards displaying performance metrics and areas of improvement. Trend and analyze data to identify precursors to problems and to improve plant performance.
⦁ Alerting line management of emerging issues that need to be addressed and recommend actions
⦁ Reviewing all Cority submission, for correctness of disposition and efficacy of CAP. Notify line management of any changes required and confirm adverse condition has been correctly disposed
⦁ Facilitating screening meetings, management review meetings (MRMs), and/or Corrective Action Review Boards (CARBs), as required.
⦁ Assist line managers to improve department/division performance by acting as a mentor for the line organization regarding Cority evaluations, effective utilization of Cority.
⦁ Provide expertise and technical advice as necessary. Act as a Cority Single Point of Contact (SPOC), providing procedural expertise on a one-on-one basis, as required.
⦁ Lead and/or support analysis as required to develop corrective actions through, Root Cause analysis, Causal Factor analysis, Apparent Cause analysis.
⦁ Prepare and make oral and written presentations related to the Corrective Action Program.
⦁ Facilitate workshops on the CAP as the primary instructor. Interact with and frequently coach event evaluators on Cority submissions to improve and maintain both quality and timeliness.
⦁ Prepare reports to provide information and data in answer to internal or external requests or for transfer of operating experience to future projects, or for historical purposes.
⦁ Develop and revise Governance documents for the CAP as required.

III. knowledge and skills
⦁ Post-secondary school education in Business, Computer Science or Engineering Degree (Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial) discipline.
⦁ Experience in field practices involved in refurbishing and/or modification work within a nuclear facility.
⦁ Apply statistical analysis and process analysis techniques to help drive business solutions.
⦁ Demonstrated experience with automating data pipelines using appropriate Database/Programing Languages (Python, Java Script, Visual Basic, Databricks, and Azure Data Factory).
⦁ Demonstrated experience with Power BI reports and dashboards a strong asset.
⦁ Excellent interpersonal, communication (both oral and written) skills.
⦁ Effective organizational skills to meet multiple deadlines and handle multiple tasks.
⦁ Practical experience in assessment activities including audits, surveillance, and investigations, to ensure effective performance-based assessments.

IV. extent of public contact
⦁ Customers, suppliers, JV Partners
⦁ Project Managers, project personnel, estimating personnel
⦁ Trades personnel, union business agents

V. physical demands
⦁ Various work locations in both field and office
⦁ Travel as necessary
⦁ Work at heights
⦁ Radiological environments

VI. other qualifications
⦁ Due to the nature of work conducted by Shoreline, mandated nuclear export controls requirements must be met for employment
⦁ Our background check process includes a full security check and clearance process as well as reference checks. The security clearance process includes a comprehensive list of previous residences, employment, education, and other pertinent information. Those with a valid Bruce Power security clearance are strongly preferred.

Aecon fosters diversity, inclusion and belonging within and across our organization. We welcome all to apply including, women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.
We are committed to adhering to the objectives and requirements outlined in the Accessible Canada Act (ACA), and to meeting the accessibility needs of persons with disabilities in a timely manner, through the implementation of the requirements of the ACA and its applicable regulations. If you require accommodation under the ACA Act during any step of the application process please click here.

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Aecon Construction Group Inc.

Aecon Group Inc. is a construction and infrastructure development company that provides design, build, operation, procurement and financial services in building, civil, industrial, nuclear and utility construction.