Tell us about yourself.
I am an Engineer-in-Training at Bruce Power. I work in the station with the nuclear systems group as a Responsible System Engineer. I currently live in Port Elgin, very close to the beach. I lived in India until I was 14 and then moved to Canada. I went to school at UOIT, in Oshawa, Ont., and came to Bruce Power for an internship in 2011. I fell in love with this area: There are so many activities to participate in and the community has great volunteer opportunities. Plus, it helps that the beach and the sunsets are both phenomenal.
Tell us about your career and what brought you to Bruce Power?
I completed my bachelors in Nuclear Engineering from UOIT, Oshawa, Ont., in 2013. I came to Bruce Power as an internship student for 16 months in 2011. After graduating, I went to AECL for a year and a half and came back to Bruce Power in November of 2014.
What do you love about living in the area?
I love all the outdoor activities one can participate in this area. There are numerous hiking and biking trails at close proximity. There are multiple beaches from a 10 minute drive to a 30 minute drive. It is an area where a person can spend all weekend outside and still have plenty of areas left to explore.
What keeps you at Bruce Power?
There are always new challenges and opportunities which help develop one’s technical and personal skills.
What do you enjoy most about your job and what are your future career goals?
I love the troubleshooting aspect of my job. My future goals are to enhance my knowledge of various components and systems.