atively throughout GEH to develop approaches for solving technical issues. Communicate potential solutions and work status effectively to the organization.
Provide leadership and technical direction to personnel and projects.
Support procurement and subcontract activities associated with new plant projects.
Represent GEH at industry forums such as ASME meetings and BWROG conferences.
Maintain and develop technical design procedures associated with piping and pipe support analysis activities.
Procure, maintain, and facilitate the use of analysis software.
Minimum Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Structural Engineering (Other Engineering Disciplines may be acceptable based on work experience)
Minimum 5 years of experience in piping and/or pipe supports design and analysis using AMSE requirements.
Working onsite two days a week in Markham.
Nuclear Industry knowledge / experience.
Working knowledge and experience with of ASME Section III analysis including subsections NB, NC, ND and NF.
ASME Section III Class 1 Fatigue design experience.
Experience with performing High Energy Line Break Analysis.
Experience with piping and pipe support analysis software like PIPESTRESS, AutoPIPE, Caesar, GT STRUDL.
PE or EIT in training certificate.
Strong communication skills and capable of articulating specific technical topics or assignments.
Strong problem-solving abilities.
Strong analytical and process skills.
Strong data analyst capabilities and ability to create small automation scripts to streamline analyses.
Ability to work effectively within a highly collaborative environment.
A self-starter willing to take initiative.
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in Canada for this opening. This position requires access to and/or use of information subject to U.S. Export Control Laws, which mandate all citizenships be from the U.S. Department of Energy's List of Generally Authorized Countries (10 CFR Part 810 Appendix A); otherwise a specific authorization from the U.S. Department of Energy will be required. More information can be found here: https://www.energy.gov/nnsa/10-cfr-part-810.
You must have legal authorization to work in Canada and any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation. The drug screen requirement in the background check process is not required if the role is based in Canada.