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The Power Workers’ Union – Hiring Hall accepts applications for all classifications that are represented in various PWU Collective Agreement Appendices.

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When PWU employers require additional workers, the PWU refers members in the appropriate classifications. Successful applicants are then contacted by the PWU. The PWU Hiring Hall does not accept applicants into membership until the PWU Hiring Hall contacts them and refers them to work. All other applications are kept on file for six months. Résumés are accepted by applying on-line to the classifications listed below.

To view the Hiring Hall classifications use the drop-down menu below. A brief description, including the classification requirements, will be displayed with an application template.

You must include your resumé and other required documentation in MS-Word or PDF format by selecting your files using the “Choose multiple files” button on the form.

Positions and Classifications


Access Control Operator

Not accepting applications at this time

Administrative/Clerk Assistant

Administrative/Clerical personnel perform administrative services, electronic document processing, duplicating services and general clerical activities such as mail processing, receptionist and switchboard, stock replenishment, telephone directory maintenance and document filing.

Administrative/Clerical personnel earn a total wage package of between $33.50 and $50.00 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for Administrative/Clerical personnel is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power, Hydro One, Inergi and New Horizons System Solutions. Depending on the employer the work is in various locations throughout the province.

Qualifications

  1. Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  2. 1 year experience in the administrative/clerical field
  3. 50 words per minute word processing skills and/or proficiency in Microsoft Office Applications.

Assessor - Civil

The Power Workers’ Union (PWU) and Bruce Power require individuals to work as Assessors-Civil through the PWU Hiring Hall.

Job Overview:

  • Plan operating and shutdown work requests/work orders and preventative maintenance predefines.
  • Convert existing work plans into detailed work instructions and build comprehensive work packages.
  • Assemble all data and information for work related activities.
  • Prepare various reports, maintenance history records, predefines and assist in the development of procedures and new tooling.
  • Evaluate work environment and determine what maintenance support programs may apply, such as but not limited to radiation protection, industrial safety, etc.

Assess and build comprehensive work packages using Passport V10, Advanced Task Planning
Training will be provided.

To meet the challenges of this dynamic opportunity, you must have:

  • The Education and Experience qualifications as outlined above, and;
  • Proven Work Program Planning capabilities
  • Advanced Task Planning qualification would be an asset

The PWU thanks all those who apply; however, only candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.
The PWU supports the principles and practices of diversity. PWU Hiring Hall

​Education and Experience Requirements

  • Minimum High School Diploma
  • Scaffolding and/or Insulator and/or Building Mechanic certification (or equivalent) and a minimum 15-years working a Nuclear Generation Station as a Civil Maintainer 1 (or equivalent) or Assessor-Civil
  • Minimum 15-years working a Nuclear Generation Station as a Control Technician (or equivalent) or an Electrical Tradesperson or previous work experience as an Assessor-Electrician

Wages:

$51.11 per hour (plus Vacation & Statutory Holiday Pay, Retirement Plan & Benefits)

Assessor - Control

The Power Workers’ Union (PWU) and Bruce Power require individuals to work as Assessors-Control through the PWU Hiring Hall.

Job Overview:

  • Plan operating and shutdown work requests/work orders and preventative maintenance predefines.
  • Convert existing work plans into detailed work instructions and build comprehensive work packages.
  • Assemble all data and information for work related activities.
  • Prepare various reports, maintenance history records, predefines and assist in the development of procedures and new tooling.
  • Evaluate work environment and determine what maintenance support programs may apply, such as but not limited to radiation protection, industrial safety, etc.

Assess and build comprehensive work packages using Passport V10, Advanced Task Planning
Training will be provided.

To meet the challenges of this dynamic opportunity, you must have:

  • The Education and Experience qualifications as outlined above, and;
  • Proven Work Program Planning capabilities
  • Advanced Task Planning qualification would be an asset

The PWU thanks all those who apply; however, only candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.
The PWU supports the principles and practices of diversity. PWU Hiring Hall

​Education and Experience Requirements

  • Minimum High School Diploma
  • 2-year Community College Diploma, Electrical Technician, I&C Technician, and/or a 309A Construction Maintenance Electrician License or a 442A
  • Industrial Electrician License
  • Minimum 15-years working a Nuclear Generation Station as a Control Technician (or equivalent) or an Electrical Tradesperson or previous work experience as an Assessor-Electrician

Wages:

$55.89 per hour (plus Vacation & Statutory Holiday Pay, Retirement Plan & Benefits)

Assessor - Mechanical

The Power Workers’ Union (PWU) and Bruce Power require individuals to work as Assessors-Mechanical through the PWU Hiring Hall.

Job Overview:

  • Plan operating and shutdown work requests/work orders and preventative maintenance predefines.
  • Convert existing work plans into detailed work instructions and build comprehensive work packages.
  • Assemble all data and information for work related activities.
  • Prepare various reports, maintenance history records, predefines and assist in the development of procedures and new tooling.
  • Evaluate work environment and determine what maintenance support programs may apply, such as but not limited to radiation protection, industrial safety, etc.

Assess and build comprehensive work packages using Passport V10, Advanced Task Planning
Training will be provided.

To meet the challenges of this dynamic opportunity, you must have:

  • The Education and Experience qualifications as outlined above, and;
  • Proven Work Program Planning capabilities
  • Advanced Task Planning qualification would be an asset

The PWU thanks all those who apply; however, only candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.

The PWU supports the principles and practices of diversity. PWU Hiring Hall

Education and Experience Requirements

  • Minimum High School Diploma
  • 2-year Community College Diploma, Mechanical Technician, and/or a Mechanical Trade License or previous work experience as an Assessor Mechanical
  • Minimum of 15-years working in a Nuclear Generation Station as a Mechanical Maintainer (or equivalent); or a Mechanical Tradesperson or previous work experience as an Assessor-Mechanical

Wages:

$55.73 per hour (plus Vacation & Statutory Holiday Pay, Retirement Plan & Benefits)
October 20, 2016

Assessor - Nuclear

Assessors plan operating and shutdown work orders, work requests and maintenance work. They produce detailed work plans and instructions, assemble data for work activities, prepare reports and history records, order material and evaluate the work environment to determine which support programs are required. Assessors can be qualified in the civil, mechanical or control fields.

Assessors must understand and be familiar with the nuclear plant equipment and nuclear procedures and policies.

Depending on qualifications and experience, assessors earn a total wage package of about $65 to $70 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for assessors is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

Assessors - Control Maintenance must have the training and experience normally associated with having completed the nuclear Shift Control Technician training program.

Assessors - Civil Maintenance must have the training and experience normally associated with having completed the nuclear Civil Maintainer I training program.

Assessors - Mechanical Maintenance must have the training and experience normally associated with having completed the nuclear Mechanical Maintainer training program.

Audio Visual Technician

Audio visual technicians provide graphic design, video, audio and photographic/reprographic production services using the appropriate mediums and tools in studio or field locations, maintaining operational and theoretical expertise in various systems and software. Audio Visual Technicians troubleshoot and perform routine maintenance on the equipment and arrange repairs as necessary.

Audio visual technicians earn a total wage package of about $66 which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for audio visual technicians is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Two-year college diploma in an appropriate subject (or equivalent)
  • Three years experience in the audio visual field

Buyer/Analyst

Buyers/analysts purchase a specialized range of products and services from a wide variety of vendors. They ensure effective procurement planning, ensure equipment and material availability and process/administer contract conditions and complex evaluations, claims and adjustments.

Depending on experience and qualifications, buyers/analysts earn a total wage package of between $40 and $67 per hour, (depending on the employer) which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for buyers/analysts is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power, Inergi and New Horizon Systems Solutions.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Two-year college diploma in a Business-Purchasing subject (or equivalent)
  • Six years experience in the industrial procurement/purchasing field

Call Centre Team Agent/Customer Service Agent

Call centre team agents/customer service agents respond to customer service requests, billing/collection matters and respond to emergency calls using various manual and computerized systems.

Depending on qualifications and experience, call centre term agents/customer service agents earn a total wage package of between $26 and $33 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for call centre team agents/customer service agents is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall with Vertex only in London and Markham.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent) with a basic knowledge of math and accounting
  • Basic computer skills
  • One-year experience in the call centre/administrative field
  • 50 words per minute word processing skills

Chemical Technologist

Monitor chemical, radiochemical and conventional systems by performing a qualitative and/or quantitative analytical service, on a shift basis, by collecting samples from various locations, and conduct appropriate analysis. Conduct chemical and radiochemical tests and analysis according to established chemistry principles/practices, approved procedures and past experiences, by utilizing a wide variety of laboratory equipment and tests devices. Act as a subject matter expert (SME) to others in the station in regards to: Lab instrumentation, on-line instrumentation, chemical/solutions and standards, station systems, sampling systems, waste treatment, chemical principals in the nuclear plants and supporting facilities. On an assigned basis, act as a Single Point of Contact (SPOC) and on a shiftly basis, provides signatory verification, on a hard copy of Chemistry Control log, of proper turn-over of all documented issues affecting plant systems, as concerns operation of a station and auxiliary systems. Evaluate, monitor, calibrate QAC/QAC tests and perform maintenance on field analytical instrument/activities related to air or Lake Water ingress and contamination of secondary side system to reduce System Component degradation. Participate in development and implementation of a quality assurance program. Participate in a comprehensive quality assurance program by utilizing approved quality control/quality assurance procedures.

Depending on experience and qualifications, chemical technologists earn a total wage package of between $40 and $67 per hour, which includes benefits, vacation pay and pension.

Work for chemical technologists is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Three-year course of concentrated study in appropriate subjects obtained in the Province of Ontario from a College of Applied Arts and Technology, Polytechnic institute or Community College; or by having the equivalent level of education.

Construction and Maintenance Electrician

Construction and maintenance electricians work on virtually every kind of generation, industrial, residential and commercial building. They lay out, assemble, repair, maintain, connect and test electrical fixtures, apparatus, control equipment and wiring. They also work on alarm, communication, light, heating and power systems. Construction and maintenance electricians also construct and maintain generation, transmission and distribution stations.

The work consists of very heavy outdoor work. Construction and maintenance electricians cannot be colour blind.

Construction and maintenance electricians earn a total wage package of between $56 and $65, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

The Power Workers' Union is a provincial organization and applicants will be required to travel and to work throughout the province with different employers.

Qualifications

  • Certificate of Qualification: Electrician, Construction and Maintenance
  • Industrial/utility experience

Cost and Scheduling Technician

Cost and Scheduling Technician

Cost and Scheduling Technicians assist departmental staff and station staff in planning work and projects through the application of cost and scheduling expertise. They develop schedules, prepare/assist in preparation of cost flow, resource-level schedules and prepare reports to support operating, engineering, outage and project work planning.

Depending on the experience and qualifications Cost and Scheduling Technicians earn a total wage package of between $44.00 and $67.00 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for Cost and Scheduling Technicians is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Requires 2 year community college diploma in subject areas of Project Management, including technical subjects such as electricity/electronics, mechanical, instrumentation as a basis for comprehending planning, estimating and scheduling.

Draftsperson

Draftspersons prepare and revise flow sheets, diagrams and engineering drawings relating to electrical, mechanical, structural and architectural features of the plant. They prepare sketches and other illustrative material for manuals and training courses, assign identification numbers, maintain system component numbering systems and take photographs utilizing routine photographic equipment.

Depending on experience and qualifications, draftspersons earn a total wage package of between $44 and $67 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for civil, electrical and mechanical draftspersons is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Two-year college diploma in an appropriate subject (or equivalent)

Electrical Forester-Labourer

Electrical forester-labourers clear electrical lines and right-of-ways of trees and brush. The work consists of the manual removal and cleanup of brush and trees on electrical transmission and distribution rights of way using chain saws, brush saws and chemicals. The work is performed from the ground.

The work consists of very heavy outdoor work.

Electrical forester-labourers earn a total wage package of about $33, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

The Power Workers' Union is a provincial organization and applicants will be required to travel and work throughout the province. Work for electrical forester-labourers is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Hydro One only.

Qualifications

Chainsaw Certification and Pesticide Application License is an asset.

Electrical Forester-Skidder Operator

Electrical forester-skidder operators clear electrical lines and right-of-ways of trees and brush using heavy mechanical equipment. The work consists of the removal and cleanup of brush and trees on electrical transmission and distribution rights of way using bulldozers, back hoes, tree farmers and other mechanical equipment.

The work consists of very heavy outdoor work.

Electrical forester-skidder operators earn a total wage package of about $41, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

The Power Workers' Union is a provincial organization and applicants will be required to travel and work throughout the province with different employers.

Qualifications

  • Certification in the operation of heavy equipment.

Electrical Forester/Utility Arborist

Electrical foresters/utility arborists clear electrical lines and right-of-ways of trees and brush. The work consists of pruning, roping and rigging, chain saw operations, tree identification and tree removal. The work is performed from the ground, by climbing the tree or from bucket trucks.

The work consists of very heavy outdoor work and requires working at heights.

Electrical foresters/utility arborists earn a total wage package of about $48.50, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

The Power Workers' Union is a provincial organization and applicants will be required to travel and work throughout the province. Work for electrical foresters/utility arborists is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Hydro One only.

Qualifications

  • Certificate of Qualification – Utility Arborist
  • Four years experience in utility line clearing

Electrical Operator/Controller

Electrical operators/controllers monitor and operate the electrical transmission/distribution system on a 24-hour basis. Assess impact on deployment instructions from the Reliability Coordinator. Determine condition and recommend on availability of equipment. Carry out Manual Block and Rotational Load Shedding Schedules procedures. Monitor, approve and report Low Voltage load transfers. Direct/monitor personnel on a 24-hour basis in the operation of Transmission/Distribution network system assets. Troubleshoot and sectionalize for Low Voltage feeder faults.

Electrical operators/controllers coordinate with customers, utilities and Hydro One staff to organize and plan equipment outages and determine equipment availability for outages based on system requirements. They also assess any control actions that may be required to facilitate the outage.

Depending on qualifications and experience, electrical operators/controllers earn a total wage package of between $52 to $61 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay depending on qualifications.

The Power Workers' Union is a provincial organization and applicants will be required to travel and work throughout the province. Work for electrical operators/controllers is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Hydro One only.

Qualifications

  • Must have completed the Hydro One Networks Operating Centre Training Program.

Emergency Service Maintainer

Emergency service maintainers perform emergency service response for actual site incidents for fire, medical, search and rescue and HAZMAT. They perform maintenance and inspection of all emergency related equipment and systems and emergency service dispatch duties.

Emergency service maintainers earn a total wage package of about $60 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay depending on experience.

Work for emergency service maintainers is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Two-year college diploma in Fire Fighter Technician program or its equivalent or three years experience in a volunteer fire fighter position
  • Class “G” Driver's License
  • Must have successfully completed the York University Hearing, Vision and Physical Fitness Testing for Firefighters within the past 6 months.

Engineering Technologist

Engineering technologists perform design and other associated work of major complexity for nuclear generating facility equipment and parts. They provide technical advice, design documentation and analytical data to contribute towards technical decisions.

Engineering technologists earn a total wage package of about $73 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for engineering technologists is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Three-year college diploma in Electronic/Electrical/Mechanical Technologist program

Facilities and Services Specialist

Facilities and services specialists respond to customer requests for services pertaining to the workplace and the surrounding office environment, such as space requirements, interior design options, etc. They provide advice and guidance on their specific requests, including identification of work functions, systems and procedures affected, associated staff numbers and levels, etc. and design and translate information into appropriate preliminary sketches, floor layouts, drawings, presentations, specifications and requisitions as necessary.

Depending on qualifications and experience, facilities and services specialists earn a total wage package of between $44 and $67 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for facilities and services specialists is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Three-year college diploma in interior design.

Health Physics Lab Technician

Under the general direction of a supervisor, perform radiation control duties in an assigned area of an independent, multi-unit nuclear plant, having three or more units. Participate with supervisor in carrying out various responsibilities regarding radiation as it pertains to the protection of the station personnel and the general public residing in the vicinity of a nuclear station.

Health physics lab technicians earn a total wage package is about $70 per hour, which includes benefits, vacation, and pension.

Work for health physics lab technicians is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Three-year course of concentrated study in appropriate subjects obtained in the Province of Ontario from a College of Applied Arts and Technology, Polytechnic institute or Community College; or by having the equivalent level of education.

Information Technology Technician

Information technology technicians perform the installation, maintenance and repair work on computer equipment (including microcomputers, computer terminals, communications equipment, local area network, equipment and peripherals). They perform troubleshooting activities and carry out equipment modifications as necessary. They maintain a parts inventory and deliver informal presentations to staff. They also run recovery procedures on damaged volumes, files or documents and perform administrative activities to maintain efficient day to day system operation. They may also provide help desk and desk side services.

Depending on the employer, information technology technicians earn a total wage package of between $43 and $66 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for information technology technicians is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power, Inergi, New Horizon Systems Solutions and Bruce Power. Depending on the employer, the work is in various locations throughout the province.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Two-year college diploma in an appropriate subject (or equivalent)

Inspection Technician

Inspection technicians perform non-destructive examinations (NDE) using radiographic, ultrasonic, eddy current, surface, optical/visual or other methods. They prepare non-destructive procedures or techniques for review and approval and perform technical analysis of results of non-destructive examinations using visual display and/or computer techniques to determine the condition of examined material. They operate and maintain assigned electromechanical equipment and perform measurements on conventional and nuclear components.

Depending on qualifications and experience, inspection technicians earn a total wage package of between $47 to $70 per hour (depending on qualifications and experience), which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay depending on qualifications.

Work for inspection technicians is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • 3 or 4 Class 2 qualifications in non-destructive examinations

Instrument and Control Technician

Instrument and control technicians are accountable for the functions associated with the control and instrumentation equipment and/or systems in the Generating Stations. They perform installations, commissioning, fabrications, modifications, overhaul inspections, troubleshooting, predictive maintenance, repair and preventative maintenance on the equipment and/or systems.

Depending on the employer, instrument and control technicians earn a total wage package of between $56 and $65 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for instrument and control technicians is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power and Ontario Power Generation.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Two-year college diploma in an Instrumentation technician program

Machinist Journeyperson

Fabricates and repairs components for equipment and tools by laying out, cutting, shaping, fitting and joining. Understands and is able to operate machine tools such as lathes, milling and grinding machines, planers, shapers, drill presses and specialized machines. Understands and uses precision measuring instruments and hand tool associated with his/her duties. Must provide, at own expense, any tools listed for this trade if required in his/her regular work in accordance with the attached tool list. Understands the working properties of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, and non-metallic materials.

Depending on the employer, machinist journeypersons earn a total wage package of betwen $56 and $65 per hour, which includes benefits, vacation pay and pension.

Work for machinist journeypersons is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power and Hydro One.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Certificate of Qualification (Machinist)

Material Analyst

Participate in the maintenance of the Nuclear Materials Master Catalogue and Catalogue Templates as well in the establishment of standard terminology for equipment and materials. Be responsible for materials inventories of assigned categories utilizing the Materials Management Module of the computerized system governing the processes of an operating nuclear facility. Ensure equipment and materials availability meets the end user requirements. Optimize inventory levels to reduce the total life cycle costs of equipment and materials. Support materials requirements planning activities, schedules and outage work. Carry out liaison with outage teams and Integrated Planning Group (IPG), coordinating their requirements within the Materials Management organization. Ensure integrity of inventories and reconcile discrepancies wherever necessary.

Material analysts earn a total wage package of about $67 per hour, which includes benefits, vacation, and pension.

Work for material analysts is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired in a equivalent to a secondary school education plus a two-year course of concentrated study in a program such as Business-Purchasing obtained in the Province of Ontario from a College of Applied Arts and Technology or Community College.

Meter Reader

Meter readers perform regular readings and verification of electrical meters for all Hydro One customers. Meter Readers also change electrical meters as required.

The work consists of extensive walking over all outdoor terrains.

Depending on job duties, meter readers earn a total wage package of between $33 and $40, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

The Power Workers' Union is a provincial organization and applicants may be required to travel and work throughout the province. Work for meter readers is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Hydro One only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)

Meter Reader Data Collectors

Meter reader data collectors collect and record data of company assets and perform regular readings and verification of electrical meters for all Hydro One customers.

The work consists of extensive walking over all terrains in an outdoor work.

Meter reader data collectors earn a total wage package of about $45 per hour which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

The Power Workers' Union is a provincial organization and applicants may be required to travel and work throughout the province with different employers.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Two-year college diploma in an appropriate subject (or equivalent) or a Certificate of Qualification as an Electrician – Construction and Maintenance or a Certificate of Qualification as a Powerline Technician

Nuclear Operator

Nuclear operators perform field operations and activities in accordance with approved procedures. They carry out field duties such as identifying deficiencies in the field, performing field routines, equipment checks, routine tests, and equipment changeover, all under the supervision of a Supervising Nuclear Operator. They carry out control room duties as approved by an authorized nuclear operator.

Depending on qualificatons and experience, nuclear operators earn a total wage package of between $65 and $87 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay depending on qualifications.

Work for nuclear operators is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • All training required to be a Nuclear Operator including NO4, NO3G and NO3S
  • Supervising Nuclear Operators, Control Room Operators, Fuel Handling Operators and Authorized Nuclear Operators must have all training required for those positions.

Nuclear Response Team Officer

Nuclear response team officers provide an armed patrol and tactical response capability at Bruce Power facilities including normal security procedures. They provide security response capabilities to emergencies, contingency situations or breaches in security on or in relation to the protected and/or controlled areas using the correct application of the “Use of Force Continuum” on unarmed and armed intruders. Carry out normal and miscellaneous security investigations.

Nuclear response team officers earn a total wage package of about $56 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for nuclear response team officers is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • One-year college diploma in law and security or police foundations

Nuclear Security Officer

Nuclear security officers provide security response capabilities to emergencies, contingency situations or breaches in security on or in relation to the protected area at the nuclear facility. They contain, apprehend and arrest unarmed intruders, which includes the ability to use physical force and defensive tactics to control and handcuff persons. Provide appropriate site level response and assistance to the response force in the event of armed intruders. Conduct vehicle and personnel radiation checks, searches of persons, packages and vehicles using physical and technological means. Monitor and record all vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Control and regulate on-site traffic and parking facilities. Explain applicable regulations and restrictions to persons entering the facility. Carry out assigned daily foot and vehicle patrols. Carry out normal and miscellaneous security investigations. Perform as an operator of a central alarm monitoring station.

Nuclear security officers earn a total wage package of about $53 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for nuclear security officers is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • One-year college diploma in law and security or police foundations

Payroll and Accounting Clerk – Bruce

Provide a payroll or accounts payable and general accounting function. Participate in activities such as payroll, accounting and accounts payable as well as those activities of a complex or sensitive nature related to but not limited to merit increases, grievances, promotions, audits, garnishees, tax demands, housing financial assistance plan, T4/T4A and T5 process, statutory remittances to Canada Customs & Revenue Agency (CCRA) and the Ontario Ministry of Finance (i.e., Income Tax, Employment Insurance). Arrange weekly, monthly and ad-hoc payroll deductions, Records of Employment,etc. Verify computer payrolls for accuracy and completion of corrections.

Payroll and Accounting Clerk personnel earn a total wage package of between $33.50 and $50.00 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Qualifications

  • 1-year Community College Program in Business Accounting/Payroll.
  • A minimum of 2 years work experience performing Payroll and Accounting functions.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Applications and knowledge of computerized accounting and payroll programs.

Planning Specialist

Planning specialists assist departmental staff and station staff in planning work and projects through the application of a high level of cost and scheduling expertise. They develop schedules, prepare/assist in preparation of cost flowed, resource-leveled schedules and prepare reports to support operating, engineering, outage and project work planning. Planning ppecialists verify specified work of cost and scheduling technicians for compliance with established requirements, correctness and completion.

Planning specialists earn a total wage package of about $71 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for planning specialists is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Six years experience as a Cost and Scheduling Technician

Power Line Technician

Power line technicians construct, repair and maintain transmission and distribution lines on poles, towers and structures. This includes patrolling of circuits, inspections, emergency repairs, repairing of street lights, distribution transformer connections, investigate customer complaints and interruptions. In addition they frame, erect, string and terminate wire buses and overhead lines supported by strain type insulators in outdoor substations. Hole digging attachments, pole setting and related equipment on line trucks are operated by power line technicians.

The work consists of very heavy outdoor work and requires working at heights of over 50 metres.

Journeyperson power line technicians earn a total wage package of about $56 which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

The Power Workers' Union is a provincial organization and applicants will be required to travel and work throughout the province.

Qualifications

  • Certificate of Qualification – Power Line Technician
  • Class “D” Driver's License

Project Technician

Project technicians ensure that assigned systems/facilities are installed in accordance with design specifications, drawings and procedures to the requirements of the applicable Quality Assurance program. They participate in the resolution of technical problems and the coordination of contracts. Carry out duties such as participation in testing, drawing interpretation, code interpretation, report writing, quality inspections and quantity measurements.

Depending on qualifications and experience, project technicians earn a total wage package of between $40 and $65 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay depending on qualifications.

Work for project technicians is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

Project Technicians - Civil require the following qualifications:

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Two-year college diploma in an appropriate technical subject or a Certificate of Qualification in a civil trade with experience in a nuclear facility

Project Technicians - Mechanical require the following qualifications:

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Two-year college diploma in an appropriate technical subject or a Certificate of Qualification in a mechanical trade with experience in a nuclear facility

Project Technicians – Electrical and Control require the following qualifications:

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Two-year college diploma in an appropriate technical subject or a Certificate of Qualification in an electrical trade with experience in a nuclear facility

Protection and Control Technologist

Protection and control (P&C) technologists perform initial inspections, conduct trouble-shooting and preventative maintenance, carry out modifications and repairs as required, on all types of protection, telecommunications, metering and control equipment which comes under P&C jurisdiction. Discuss and review results with supervisor, if the equipment is highly critical from the standpoint of system operation, before putting the equipment into service.

P&C technologists earn a total wage package of about $60 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for P&C technologists is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Hydro One throughout the province of Ontario.

Qualifications

  • A three-year course of concentrated study in Electrical/ Electronic/ Instrumentation and Control from a College of Applied Arts and Technology (or equivalent)
  • The Hydro One P&C Training Program (or equivalent)

Radiation Safety Technician

Radiation safety technicians provide radiation safety and radiation emergency preparedness technical advice and assistance to internal and external personnel. They obtain, analyze and evaluate radiation operating, maintenance and technical data. They carry out special projects and participate in work planning through the evaluation of safety impacts. Radiation safety technicians prepare work plans for radiation safety in accordance with established guidelines and monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of radiation equipment instruments and control devices.

Depending on qualifications, experience and employer, radiation safety technicians earn a total wage package between $50 and $64 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for radiation safety technicians is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power and Ontario Power Generation.

Qualifications

  • This knowledge is normally acquired through formal education consisting of a secondary school education plus the completion of two years of community college in a Technician/Technologist discipline or equivalent.

or

  • Completion of the Radiation Protection Training program at Ontario Power Generation or Bruce Power.

Regional Maintainer-Electricial

Regional maintainers-electricial install and maintain all transmission and distribution electrical equipment. They lay out, assemble, repair, maintain, connect and test electrical fixtures, apparatus, control equipment and wiring. They also work on alarm, communication, light, heating and power systems.

The work consists of very heavy outdoor work. Regional maintainer electricians cannot be colour blind.

Regional maintainers-electricial earn a total wage package of about $56 which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

The Power Workers' Union is a provincial organization and applicants will be required to travel and work throughout the province. Work for regional maintainers-electricial is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Hydro One only.

Qualifications

  • Certificate of Qualification – Electrician – Power Maintenance (or equivalent)
  • Five years Utility experience

Electrician Apprenticeships

For apprenticeships for Regional Maintainer Electricians please see apprenticeships for Construction and Maintenance Electricians.

Regional Maintainer-Mechanical

Regional maintainers-mechanical install and maintain all transmission and distribution mechanical equipment. They perform mechanical work on equipment, systems and facilities including inspection, dismantling, overhauling, rebuilding, repairing, adjusting and assembling air handling systems, oil handling systems, water and drainage systems and hoisting systems.

The work consists of very heavy outdoor work.

Regional maintainers-mechanical earn a total wage package of about $54 which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

The Power Workers' Union is a provincial organization and applicants will be required to travel and work throughout the province. Work for regional maintainers-mechanical is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Hydro One only.

Qualifications

  • Five years utility experience
  • Certificate of Qualification as an Industrial Mechanic Millwright (433A) or Construction Millwright (426A)

Shift Control Technician

Shift control technicians are accountable for functions associated with electrical, electronic, control instrumentation and computer equipment and/or systems. They must have received training and achieved the NC-4 and NC-3 qualifications.

Depending on the employer, shift control technicians earn a total wage package of between $56 and $65 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for shift control technicians is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power and Ontario Power Generation.

Qualifications

  • All training required to be a shift control technician through Bruce Power or Ontario Power Generation.

Steam Plant Operator

Steam plant operators execute or direct the execution of all operations of steam plant systems and equipment according to approved procedures and practices. In addition, the steam plant operator is responsible for operations on auxiliary systems, by performing panel operations and/or field operations and/or directing subordinate operators.

Depending on qualifications and experience, steam plant operators earn a total wage package of between $65 and $74 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for steam plant operators is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Ontario Third Class (or higher) Stationary Engineers Certificate

Stockkeeper

Stockkeepers order, receive, store and ship material and equipment used in the operation of Hydro One.

Stockkeepers earn a total wage package from about $46.00 per hour which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for Stockkeepers is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Hydro One only throughout the province of Ontario..

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • One year's experience in a stockkeeping role

Training Technician

Training technicians deliver approved training within their assigned areas of expertise. They prepare curriculum, establish learning objectives, methods and the like. Training technicians provide direction, monitoring and coaching to trainees. They conduct pilot sessions, peer evaluations and post-training evaluations to improve upon the viability of the function. Evaluate trainee progress, mark tests and report on trainee progress.

Training technicians earn a total wage package from about $73 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for training technicians is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Training technicians must have the training and experience normally associated with having completed the training program in the discipline they will be training and experience in delivering training.

Truck and Coach Technician

Truck and Coach Technicians service and maintain all types of vehicles and equipment. This includes bucket trucks and off road and construction equipment.

These positions involve very heavy work.

Truck and Coach Technicians earn a total wage package of about $54 which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

The Power Workers' Union is a provincial organization and applicants will be required to travel and work throughout the province. Work for Truck and Coach Technicians is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Hydro One and Bruce Power.

Qualifications

  • Certificate of Qualification – Truck and Coach Technician
  • Class “D” Driver's License
  • Hydraulic experience
  • Certificate of Qualification – Heavy Equipment Mechanic (or equivalent) is an asset

Valve Diagnostic Technician

Carry out all air/motor operated valve and associated ancillary work, as directed by the Supervisor to the relevant work instructions, procedures, specifications, drawings and acceptable trade practices. Ensure that all the requirements of the company's policies and procedures are maintained at all times.

Valve diagnostic technicians earn a total wage package of about $65 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for valve diagnostic technicians is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Electro-Mechanical or Electrical/Instrumentation Community College/Trade qualification
  • Good working knowledge of air/motor operated valves and associated ancillaries
  • Methodical with an excellent attention to detail
  • Knowledge of nuclear industry standards
  • Understanding of safety requirements within nuclear industry

Water Treatment Plant Operator

Water treatment plant operators execute or direct the execution of all operations of water treatment systems and equipment according to approved procedures and practices. In addition, water treatment plant operators are responsible for operations on auxiliary systems, by performing panel operations and/or field operations and/or directing subordinate operators.

Water treatment plant operators earn a total wage package from about $55 per hour, which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

Work for water treatment plant operators is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Bruce Power only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Three years experience in water treatment plant operation

Welder

Welders apply welding techniques to build, fabricate and repair all types of metals and plastics associated with pressure vessels, piping, tools and equipment.

Welders earn a total wage package of about $56 which includes benefits, pension and vacation pay.

The Power Workers' Union is a provincial organization and applicants will be required to travel and work throughout the province. Work for welders is available through the Power Workers' Union Hiring Hall at Hydro One only.

Qualifications

  • Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent)
  • Welding Certification
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