Nuclear Services Technician (Mechanical) – TEMP

Peterborough, Ontario
03 Oct 2016
18 Nov 2016
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time
Nuclear Services Technician (Mechanical) - TEMPORARY 6 MONTHS

Essential Responsibilities

• Read blueprints, schematics, and diagrams to determine the method and sequence of assembly of a part, machine, or piece of equipment
• Perform Precision Machining, Fitting, Mechanical Assembly, Test and Commissioning of Nuclear Automation, Equipment, and Tooling
• Use of precision measuring instruments, to ensure that specifications of above are met
• Set up and conduct tests of complete units and record test procedures/results, numerical and graphical data, and recommendations for changes in product or test methods
• Follow shop assembly instructions (Travelers), technical documents, etc.
• Work as part of a Manufacturing Team of Engineers, Technicians, Specialists, Skilled Trades, etc.
• Ability to work under minimal supervision
• Ability to make decisions within prescribed boundaries of job function
• Ability to work shifts and weekends as required
Technical and Professional Knowledge:
• Assist Engineers to design, develop, test, and manufacture Nuclear Automation and Other Equipment
• Make sketches and rough layouts, record and analyze data, make calculations and estimates, and report findings
• Follow Policies and Procedures
• Ensure high quality output
• Display Questioning Attitude, Raise Quality Concerns
Safety Awareness:
• Identify safety issues and problems
• Take appropriate corrective action
• Monitor the corrective action
Managing work:
• Focus on priorities set by business/supervisor
• Properly Prepare for Task
• Schedule time allotted for Task
• Leverage resources
Contributing to Team Success:
• Contribute Positively to Goals & Objectives
• Involve and Take input from others
• Keep others Informed of Actions/Ideas
• Display Positive Attitude
Applied Learning:
• Participate in learning/training activities
• Quickly gain knowledge, understanding, or skill
• Apply knowledge or skill


• Technical diploma in Mechanical/Electrical/Engineering technology or completed apprenticeship as machinist/tool and die
• Experience in precision machining/assembly/manufacture of electro-mechanical parts and equipment
• Experience with assembly and troubleshooting of automation, pneumatics, hydraulics, and mechanical systems
• Must pass medical to qualify as a Nuclear Energy Worker

Desired Characteristics

• Experience in Nuclear industry including but not limited to pressure boundary equipment