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Future Opportunities: Nuclear Response Team

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Are you looking for a meaningful career that makes a difference in your community? Would you enjoy an opportunity to contribute to our innovation and growth by bringing personal perspectives and experiences to your everyday work?  

Working at Bruce Power, you can enjoy the benefits of small-town living with outdoor adventures and a rewarding career. As part of our progressive, diverse, and inclusive workplace, you will work in a Safety-First environment, supporting challenging and impactful nuclear projects like our Life Extension Program and medical isotope production. Ongoing training and development are part of every job, offering constant growth and skill-building potential.

Bruce Power is seeking to enhance our Emergency and Protective Services team through experienced, talented and dynamic individuals in the role of Nuclear Response Team Officers (NRT) for future opportunities.

This role is responsible to perform all assigned security activities, on a shift basis, at a Nuclear Generating Station as prescribed by the Canadian Nuclear Safety and Control Act, in accordance with oral and written instructions, company and site-specific policies and procedures and applicable regulations and legislation such as the General Nuclear Safety and Control Regulations and the Firearms Act.

This is a permanent, part-time position which offers a competitive benefits, compensation and pension package and is located on site in Tiverton, Ontario.

What will you be responsible for?

  • Provide conventional security and/or armed security patrol, and tactical response capabilities to breaches of security, emergencies, armed attacks, or contingency situations, on or in relation to the protected or controlled areas

  • Carry (on person), and effectively employ, a variety of non-lethal and lethal weapon systems, day and night surveillance systems, as well as standard and tactical communication systems

  • Carry out assigned foot and vehicle patrols of buildings, grounds and fences to enforce trespassing regulations

  • Operate, as required, a motor vehicle, communications and emergency equipment. Prepare and maintain records of security activities performed as per procedures

  • During drills and/or emergency situations execute designated duties regarding information collection and communication, access control and/or evacuation of site in accordance with station/site contingency plans and procedures

  • Conduct searches of persons, packages and vehicles entering and leaving the facility, using physical and technological methods, to ensure that no weapons or explosives enter the facility and to prevent the unauthorized removal of Category I, II or III nuclear material

  • Monitor, record, and search all vehicle and pedestrian traffic entering the protected and/or controlled areas of the facility in accordance with approved procedures and operating policies

  • Operate a program to provide employment/employee screening

  • Perform investigations, as directed, on suspected or known occurrences of theft, fraud, mischief or any other criminal or quasi-criminal act detrimental to the welfare of Bruce Power

  • Coordinate and maintain the access card program for the various entry-controlled locations at the site.

  • Issue, retrieve and control radiation dosimeter badges for various personnel, entering/leaving designated radiation zones.  Monitor vehicles and personnel for possible contamination. Keep Manager and senior station personnel informed of all incidents.

  • Operate and monitor closed circuit TV units and intrusion equipment. Identify and/or record any unusual situations to the Manager for direction. Maintain a log of all Security Monitoring Room activities. Operate a personal computer and associated software applications to input and retrieve basic information such as, vehicle and visitor information etc., as well as to communicate with various site personnel via E-mail to provide and/or request information.

  • Provide first aid, fire, and emergency response as required. Respond to and take appropriate action to alarms on site

  • Obtain and maintain Public Agent Authorization in accordance with the Nuclear Security Regulations under the Nuclear Safety and Control Act

  • Perform other duties as required

Education and Experience

  • Candidates must have a minimum of Grade 12, with at least one year of further study in relevant subjects such as Police Foundations, Law and Security, or Criminology or by having the equivalent level of education

  • Minimum of three (3) years practical experience gained in law enforcement, military, corrections or in a private security environment will be required

Successful applicant(s) MUST provide copies of the following licenses/certificates at the time of their online application:

  • Valid Firearms Possession and Acquisition License (PAL) - both restricted AND non-restricted. (back and front of card)

  • Valid Standard First Aid and C.P.R.

  • Valid Ontario Driver's License.

PLEASE NOTE: Required documentation MUST be attached to your application for consideration

Please be advised the Nuclear Response Team position is subject to drug and alcohol testing in accordance with company policy/procedure.

To learn more about this opportunity, we encourage you to visit our Bruce Power Linkedin: Emergency & Protective Services (EPS) for further information.

Are you ready for a change?

Please complete the online application and attach a cover letter and resume, indicating your education and experience as it relates to this opportunity. We look forward to receiving your application and will be in contact with you, should you be selected for an interview. 

The successful candidate will be selected based on related and required education, experience, knowledge and skills, a competency-based interview, and background reference checks.

As one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers, Bruce Power is committed to promoting a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion where workers feel valued for their uniqueness and are recognized for their individual differences, talents and skills. Diversity, equity and inclusion is critical to our business as we recognize that our people are our greatest resource. To support our inclusive workplace culture, we welcome and encourage everyone to apply.

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