Position: Project Manager, Analysis Projects

Employment Type: Permanent

Location:  800 Kipling Avenue, Toronto, ON, 393 University Avenue

Department:  Materials and Major Components

Reports to: Service Line Director- FC Integrity and Methods

Hours per week:  37.5



General Accountabilities


  • Reporting to the FCIO/FCIM Section Manager(s), you will manage the day-to-day execution of various Fuel Channel projects.
  • Monitor and report out on the cost and schedule adherence, including the preparation of various internal and external status reports, schedules, and plans.
  • Coordinate the day-to-day tasks and manage the project team to ensure that the project is executed as per our MMC process and project plans.
  • Assist in the non-conformance reporting process, including raising and dispositioning non-conformance reports and corrective action requests.
  • Assist in the negotiation and administration of contracts, including estimates of costs, schedule, and resources requiredCarry out customerswork; prepare timely reports with recommendations based on results achieved.
  • Lead teams, who participate in various projects and provide project management supervision as required with effective problem solving.
  • Communicate project status and updates with customers.
  • Ensure customer satisfaction with timely communication and project controls.
  • Manage small and large scale (+1M$) projects, understanding competing priorities and deadlines.
  • Prepare short form quotations and large complex proposals.
  • Perform other duties as required.


Selection Criteria


  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage multiple projects of varying complexity and technical disciplines.
  • Strong customer orientation and commitment to Kinectrics and Business Unit goals.
  • Demonstrated skill in contract management and administration with positive track record of completing projects on budget and schedule in terms of client satisfaction.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in multi-disciplinary team situations with a variety of partners and diverse issues and roles.
  • Strong oral and written communications.
  • Proven skills with a variety of software programs including MS Office, and MS Project.


Essential Knowledge, Experience and Qualifications

  • Experience in project management, scheduling and associated costs.
  • Knowledge and interpretation of national and international standards as they apply to this field.
  • Knowledge of nuclear quality program
  • Knowledge of nuclear quality assurance standards
  • Strong understanding and commitment to HU principles.
  • Must have excellent communications, technical report writing and oral presentation skills.
  • A four-year university education engineering or equivalent is preferred.
  • Four years industry experience is considered necessary for this role.



Kinectrics welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.