Kinectrics takes pride in being consistently ranked as one of the best places to work in the energy and utility industry, where purpose and people mean as much as innovation and growth. That’s why we choose only the best and brightest to join us. To keep pace with Canada’s expanding energy and utility sector, Kinectrics has grown from a company of 300 to over 1,000 in only the last few years - and we aren’t looking to slow down. Join our diverse, supportive workplace for a rewarding career in the electricity industry.


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The Opportunity


Position: Senior Analyst/Engineer – Licensing Specialist

Employment Type: Permanent

Employment Level: Senior

Location: 375/393 University Avenue, Toronto, ON

Department: Nuclear Safety and Licensing

Reports to: Manager, Advanced Reactor Integration & Analysis

Hours per week: 37.5

Number Required: 2


What We Offer


At Kinectrics, employees are recognized for their knowledge, experience, and contributions while working in a highly technical and challenging environment. Kinectrics puts you in the driver’s seat of your own career, setting you up alongside industry experts who will help you develop the skills essential to your professional growth in a dynamic, entrepreneurial, and rewarding work culture.

  • Purpose: The work we do each day helps communities around the world. Find satisfaction in work that really matters, working alongside and as part of the best and brightest in the industry.
  • Growth: To keep pace with Canada’s expanding energy and utility sector, we are growing more each day, which means more opportunities for you. We encourage our employees to grow alongside our company thanks to a number of significant training and personal development opportunities.
  • Innovation: Our staff proudly develop innovations that push the industry forward.
  • Diversity: The company is dedicated to promoting diversity in its workforce, up to and including the senior management level. Our diversity committee ensures we stay up to date on leading trends and best practices, creating a desirable workspace for each and every one of our employees.
  • Competitive Compensation: We offer a competitive total compensation package unmatched by most industries throughout North America.



Accountabilities: How You Will Make an Impact


Kinectrics has a growing portfolio of services supporting the development and deployment of new nuclear power plants in Canada and around the world. This includes Small Modular Reactors and Advanced Reactors of all technology types, as well as emerging nuclear technologies such as fusion facilities, nuclear fuel cycle facilities, and integrated modules to aid in the deployment of such technologies. Additionally, the market continues to grow for highly integrated clean energy technologies which use a nuclear reactor as a heat source such as high temperature hydrogen production cycles, process heating loads, desalination, synthetic fuels and materials production, district heating, etc.


This role is for a position within the Licensing & Advanced Reactors directorate which focuses on the development, deployment, licensing, and safety case development for new nuclear technology which includes Small Modular Reactors, Advanced Reactors and Fusion technologies


  • Provide nuclear safety and licensing support to clients in the nuclear sector in the areas of Nuclear Siting, Environmental/Impact Assessments, Deterministic Safety Analysis, Probabilistic Safety Analysis, Operational Nuclear Safety, Emergency Preparedness, Nuclear Security, Regulatory Affairs and other related disciplines.
  • Propose, plan, lead and/or conduct projects
  • Provide technical leadership and key capabilities in the applicable area
  • Provide technical mentoring to junior staff
  • Carry out work with a view to ensuring customer satisfaction
  • Outline, assign and oversee the tasks of others on the team
  • Support the development of proposals
  • Prepare technical reports suitable for submission to clients and to nuclear regulators (for example, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission).
  • Occasional travel to other Kinectrics’ locations, client sites, and key industry events will be required.
  • Other duties as required.


What You Need to Succeed


  • Requires advanced knowledge of the theory, principles, and practices associated with science and engineering disciplines normally acquired in a 4-year university education. Additional project management and/or business/financial courses are considered to be an asset.
  • Nuclear safety & licensing experience – 10 years (+/-)
  • New build and/or SMR or Advanced Reactor service experience – 1 years (+/-) is an asset
  • Fundamental or more advanced knowledge of water cooled and non-water-cooled reactor designs including advanced reactor types is an asset.
  • In-depth understanding of Canadian regulatory requirements and the CSA N286 QA standards.
  • Familiarity with regulatory requirements in other countries is an asset.
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Experience in project management & associated skills are an asset
  • In-depth understanding of nuclear power plant design and operation
  • Must be motivated by working with engineering professionals committed to producing timely and

high-quality technical work.

  • Must be able to organize and prioritize assigned work and to coordinate multiple activities


  • Flexible in terms of willingness to accept evolving assignments as current projects end and new

projects begin.

  • Candidates are expected to have or pursue attainment of the P.Eng. designation, if eligible
  • You are innovative, enthusiastic and ready to be part of our dynamic team.



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.