The Manager, System Management Manager reports to the Director, Project Controls and leads the development, implementation, oversight and maintenance of the systems, tools and infrastructure that support the core project delivery.
These responsibilities are demonstrated through performing the following:
The Manager is a member of the CNL management team and is responsible for making contributions, as required, to achieve the overall goals and objective of CNL
Terms of Employment: Full time, Permanent
Job Start Date: As Soon As Possible
Wage: $93,760 - $156,900 per annum
Hours: 37.5 hrs/week
Benefits Package: Disability/Medical/Dental/Vision Care Benefits
Participation in the Management Incentive Plan
Supplementary and Basic Life Insurance
Location of Work: Chalk River Laboratories, 286 Plant Road, Chalk River ON, K0J 1J0
Contact Information: Christie Cleary, Talent Solutions Advisor; Telephone: 613-584-3311;
The Manager has a university degree in a relevant field (e.g. Business, Engineering, Project Management) and 10 years of experience in business management, strategic planning, scenario analysis and/or project control gained through leading multidisciplinary teams in a large project environment (e.g., IT, engineering, scientific).
Proven problem solving, planning and organizational skills and demonstrated competency in leading others to deliver the expected results on a diverse set of objectives, on time and on budget.
Must be able to quickly develop a solid understanding of CNL priorities, knowledge of operations on CNL sites and a network of contacts across the company and in partner and stakeholder organizations.
Must be self-motivated, have high energy, be driven by success, and exhibit strong leadership and motivational skills. This position requires attention to detail and excellence, with a bias to action and achieving goals, including continuous efforts to identify and implement changes to improve the operations of CNL.
Supervision: 5-10 people
Security & Safety: Enhanced Reliability Security Clearance
Background Information Systems & Technology (IS&T) is critical to CNL in supporting its long-term strategy and vision for the future of Canada's premier nuclear laboratory. The CIO role is critical in ensuring that existing and future IS&T services: