The Environmental Analyst will Assist the Director, Health, Safety & Environment and work closely with the other members of the Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) Division in the development and implementation of the Environmental Management System (EMS). You will develop, implement, and evaluate high-quality policies, procedures, forms, rules, guidelines, memos, and presentations that contribute to the strategic direction of the HSE Division and NTPC. You will conduct internal training and presentations, regulatory licensing and reporting, project monitoring and management; and audits and inspections. The Environmental Analyst will coordinate and supervise fieldwork and also coordinate activities with external consultants and contractors.
To perform journeyperson level mechanical work on diesel generator sets and associated support equipment including, pumps, compressors, radiators, heat exchangers, lubricating oil systems, fuel oil systems, cooling systems, and other mechanical equipment. The incumbent will be responsible for the routine maintenance as set out by the manufacturer and the Corporations CMMS program, as well as the minor and major overhauls including work on larger diesel engines such as EMD, MTU Series 4000 and Cat 3500 series engines throughout the Corporation.
- Must prioritize and respond to multiple demands and priorities, meet deadlines, and inform and seek advice as appropriate.
- Must have a strong commitment to personal safety and safe working practices.
- Position requires freedom of movement and physical strength to handle the various components of a diesel engine.
- Normally works in a powerhouse environment that contains high noise and vibration and requires the wearing of appropriate protective clothing and equipment.
- Occasionally required to work outside on auxiliary equipment which may involve extreme weather conditions.
- Requires travel to satellite plants which may involve remote locations, travel in small aircraft and extended travel due to weather conditions.
- May be required to work at heights; such as ladders, scaffolds, radiator stands and building roofs.
- Works extensively with grease, lubrication oil, fuel oil, coolants and additives.
- Safety precautions are required in accordance with safety regulations and standards, and Corporation Safety Rules.
- Must maintain the confidentiality of all Corporation information that comes to incumbent's attention as a result of his/her employment with the Northwest Territories Power Corporation.