Kim Doyle-Maloney is currently employed as a First Line Manager's Assistant at Ontario Power Generation’s Darlington Nuclear generating station. As such, Kim’s main job responsibilities include supervising, guiding and mentoring administrative support staff in the operations, maintenance and radiation data workgroups. Other duties involve preparing reports, carrying out special assignments and overseeing her employees' health, safety and well-being.
The aspect Kim enjoys most about her job is the client and staff interaction.
Obtaining her radiation protection green badge (the highest level of radiation protection/safety) to function as one of the first non-traditional radiation protection coordinators at Darlington Nuclear has been Kim’s most rewarding career accomplishment to date.
Kim attended Durham College where she achieved an Engineering Secretarial diploma. While attending school, she received the Durham College Silver Award for most outstanding student in any two-year secretarial program.
Kim was inspired to become involved with WiN with the purpose of building career relationships with other women in the industry. Kim states that networking with other women working in the nuclear industry is very enlightening and being able to share the struggles and successes from each day makes everyone stronger.
In her spare time, Kim enjoys spending quality moments with her children, gardening and soaking up the sun.
Kim would like to encourage today’s youth to “be confident in knowing that you can achieve your goal with the right mind-set and having a strong support system, whether it be family, peers or guidance from your school counsellor. Have faith in yourself, you are stronger than you think.”
As created June 4, 2012.