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Simulator Booth Instructor

Job ID:

   Job-0555

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Simulator Booth Instructor, Trainer, nuclear

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Site specific qualification needed to, be obtained during the work assignment.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• The ideal candidate is a previous NRC license holder (RO or SRO) with experience in the SNC fleet.
• Previous license holders from other reactor technologies will also be considered.
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I&C Design Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0554

Location:

   New Hill, NC

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   I&C Design Engineer, nuclear

Description:

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Individual will be the Responsible Engineer (RE) for the Intrusion Detection System (IDS) project and will lead a project team of engineers from various disciplines and Implementation Managers (IM).
• Responsibilities will also include design package development, coordination of design efforts with selected A/E, technical support during implementation and conducting reviews/approvals of design products from vendors.
• Will be expected to ensure test requirements for factory acceptance testing and site acceptance testing are included in the design package, and will approve work orders that implement the testing.
• Will be required to work with various site groups, such as Digital Process Systems and Security, to ensure testing is completed per the schedule.
• Will work closely with the IM to support field revisions and to ensure successful testing and turnover of the system. It is desired for the individual to have experience in the design of security systems, including Integrated Video Managements Systems (IVMS), Perifield-M perimeter detection systems, and alarm processing units (APU).
• The candidate should also be familiar with electrical system design including raceways, cabling, wiring, and terminations. Individual will be required pass site security access requirements including General Employee Training, Radiation Worker Training, Security Clearance checks and subject to the site’s Fitness for Duty Program.

REQUIRED SKILLS:
• Must be a degreed Engineer or a combination of education plus equivalent work experience for the design of electrical and I&C modifications
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Onsite Electrical Engineer / Fukushima

Job ID:

   Job-0553

Location:

   Southeast

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Electrical Engineer, nuclear, fukushima

Description:

REQUIREMENTS:
• Assume the duties of the Onsite Electrical Engineer that would be responsible for supporting development of Fukushima modifications

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS:
Preferred:
• Former/retired Entergy employees
• Previous GGNS/Entergy experience
• Previous nuclear plant outage background
• Previous rad worker experience. Demonstrated ability to perform walkdowns in a radiological environment.

Required:
• Familiar with Fukushima response requirements
• 10+ years of commercial nuclear experience
• Strong knowledge of Electrical Engineering
• Previously badged at an operating nuclear plant.
• Successful completion of GGNS training requirements is an expectation
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Civil Structural Engineer - Fukushima

Job ID:

   Job-0552

Location:

   Southeast

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Civil Structural Engineer, Entergy, fukushima, nuclear

Description:

REQUIREMENTS:
• Assume the duties of the Civil Structural Engineer that would be responsible for supporting development of Fukushima modifications

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS:
Preferred:
• Former/retired Entergy employees
• Previous GGNS/Entergy experience
• Previous nuclear plant outage background
• Previous rad worker experience. Demonstrated ability to perform walkdowns in a radiological environment.

Required:
• Familiar with Fukushima response requirements
• 10+ years of commercial nuclear experience
• Strong knowledge of Civil Structural Engineering
• Previously badged at an operating nuclear plant.
• Successful completion of GGNS training requirements is an expectation
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Electrical Design Support Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0551

Location:

   Seneca, SC

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Electrical Design Engineer, nuclear

Description:

RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS:
• This Design Support Engineer will be part of the Main Power Relaying Project.
• The person will be responsible for the development and review of Engineering Change deliverables including protective relaying setpoint and coordination calcs, databases, drawings, specs to support project team.
• Must have significant experience with developing protective relay settings and programming digital protective relays used in generator and transformer protection functions.
• BS degree in Electrical Engineering and PE License – preferred.
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Welding Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0550

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Welding Engineer, nuclear, ASME

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• A BS in Engineering (not Engineering Technology) or Metallurgy is required
• A BS degree in Welding Engineering is highly preferred
• A minimum of 5 years weld engineering experience is required
• A minimum of 3 years experience as an engineer supporting power or chemical plants in areas such as design, construction, modification, maintenance or operations is preferred.
• Welder and weld procedure qualifications experience is preferred.
• Experience in preparing nuclear plant repair/replacing procedures is preferred.
• AWS certified welding inspector experience is preferred.
• Construction experience preferred.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• Detailed knowledge of welding and welder qualification processes is required.
• Knowledge of the following nuclear plant codes is preferred
• ASME Section III; “Nuclear Power Plant Components”
• ASME Section VIII, Division 1, “Pressure Vessels”
• ASME Section IX, Welding, Brazing, and Fusing
• ASME Section XI; “Rules for In-service Inspection of Nuclear Power Plant Components”
• ANDI/ASME B31.1; “Power Piping Code”
• AWS D1.1 – “Structural Welding Code –Steel”
• Knowledge of PWR primary and secondary system design is preferred.
• Ability to obtain an unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant.
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Scheduler (Primavera 6)

Job ID:

   Job-0549

Location:

   Southport, NC

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Scheduler, P6, nuclear

Description:

JOB DESCRIPTION:
• This position supports Project Managers and Senior Project Controls Specialists on varying size projects.
• Develops and maintains work breakdown structure, schedule, and change control documentation.
• Tracks and reports project variance to plan analysis, earned value and critical path analyses at a level appropriate for the project.
• Maintains effective relationships with customers and gains their trust and respect. Support the resolution of quality issues.
• Complete assignments (proposals, project tasks, reports, etc) within negotiated budgets and schedules.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATION:
• Associate Degree in technical or business curriculum plus completion of five (5) years relevant experience, or a Baccalaureate Degree plus completion of two (2) years relevant experience, or have completed seven (7) years relevant and equivalent experience
• 7-10 years experience using Primavera 6.
• Previous experience scheduling new and retrofit projects inside an operating power plant or similar industrial facility.
• Lead the development, maintenance and distribution of effective computerized schedules for major projects.
• Analyze these schedules to minimize duration and risk, while optimizing resources and critical equipment and personnel availability.
• Provide project coordination/planning for development for assigned projects . This includes technical understanding of the related issues and demonstrating the capability to communicate effectively orally and in writing about these projects.
• Evaluate design change modifications to assist in implementation scope control and schedule development.
• Create specialized schedule and resource reports for line managers and other users

DESIRED QUALIFICATION:
• Projectview; Access, BS Degree or a combination of education plus equivalent work experience
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Project Scheduler

Job ID:

   Job-0548

Location:

   Baxley, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Project Scheduler, nuclear

Description:

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• Experience in nuclear power plant capital retrofit project and/or nuclear power plant construction scheduling is required
• Detailed knowledge of Primavera P6 scheduling software is required.
• Detailed knowledge of Maximo or similar work management system is required.
• Experience in working on multiple projects at one time is required.
• Experience in development and maintenance of EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) schedules is required.
• Experience in development and maintenance of nuclear power plant online (plan of the day) and/or outage schedules are desired.
• Ability to obtain unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant
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Recruiter (Local candidates preferred)

Job ID:

   Job-0546

Location:

   Pittsburgh, PA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Recruiter, MS Office

Description:

We are currently seeking a full-time Recruiter to provide additional support to our Recruiting Department. This position is located in our Sewickley, PA office.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
• Specific duties will include generating job postings, conducting phone screening, reference checking and testing; scheduling of interviews with client; employee file maintenance; reviewing and uploading resumes to our database as well as database maintenance.
• This individual will also be responsible for HR related duties, clerical and administrative needs required to source and place the successful candidate.
• Duties include submitting qualified candidates, as well as communication of job offers, salary negotiations and follow-ups as required.
• Assist in on-boarding of newly hired candidates.

REQUIREMENTS:
• A college degree is required. A Bachelors degree in HR is preferred.
• 5 years of technical recruiting experience is preferred.
• Demonstrated familiarity with a wide range of search engines, screening processes and sourcing techniques.
• Must have exceptional PC skills, including familiarity with MS Office products.
• Must maintain a high level of confidentiality, possess exceptional communication and organizational skills and strong desire to succeed.
• Must have a great personality; be self-motivated and able to work productively with limited or no supervision.
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Tooling Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0545

Location:

   Wilmington, NC

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Tooling Engineer, Inventor

Description:

JOB DESCRIPTION:
• Support the SEMIBUS project in the inspection tooling area (supporting Field Services).

REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering
• Familiarity with the Mechanical design software tools (e.g., Inventor)
• Prior experience with design of bearings, gears, and air cylinders used to actuate movement.

Desired:
• Electrical engineering skills would be an added plus, but are not absolutely required for this project.

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:
• Travel to site could be required.
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Electrical Design Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0544

Location:

   Baxley, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Electrical Desing Engineer, nuclear

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Plant Hatch Experience
• SAM FLEX Experience
• Design Experience – required
• Electrical Engineer - required

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• Plant Hatch experience – desired
• Hatch and Fleet Design Process – desired
• Ability to obtain an unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant
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Electrical Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0543

Location:

   Charlotte, NC

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Electrical Engineer, nuclear

Description:

JOB DESCRIPTION & RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provides engineering/technical expertise and guidance in the maintaining of electrical power calculations.
• Provides engineering/technical expertise and guidance in reviewing plant modifications.
• Contributes to team decision-making in the accomplishment of business goals and objectives through effective planning, organizing, estimating, scheduling and monitoring of work activities; deals with changing priorities and differing situations and makes decision that may affect the work of the team.
• Possesses and applies the fundamental concepts, practices and procedures; demonstrates proficiency in technical competencies and has ability to interpret technical information.
• Develops positive working relationships to effectively coordinate work activities. Demonstrates effective oral and written communication skills. Maintains accurate records and files.
• Supports the company's goals and represents the company positively and professionally.
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor's Degree in engineering from an ABET accredited program or equivalent work experience of 15 years.
• A master's degree in engineering or a PE will be considered in lieu of the BS engineering degree.
• 5-10 years of engineering experience or 2 years with a state registration as a Professional Engineer
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Calculation Qualified under company’s Nuclear Generation training program.
• 5+ years of experience performing AC or DC power system analysis.
• 5+ years of experience performing analysis using ETAP.
• Working Knowledge of nuclear power plant systems
• Working knowledge of nuclear station processes and procedures. Individual may be required to pass site security access requirements including General Employee Training, Radiation Worker Training, Security Clearance checks and subject to the site’s Fitness for Duty Program. Periodic travel will be required.
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Auxiliary Tanks & Vessels Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0541

Location:

   Cranberry, PA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

    Auxiliary Tanks, Vessels nuclear

Description:

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Support the design and evaluations of auxiliary systems tanks and pressure vessels. Technical Document Review and approval, DNs, FDRs, ASME owners reviews, Vendor Tech Evaluations and technical problem resolution.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, related technical discipline or equivalent
• 5+ year experience in Auxiliary Tanks and Vessels (self standing, steel, immersion heaters)
• ASME Section VIII experience, API, N690, AISC, B31.1
• Knowledge of tank analytical software (COMPRESS, PV Elite Software) and finite element code (ANSYS)
• Specific experience with seismic evaluation and natural frequency evaluation
• PE license and the ability to obtain and maintain unescorted access at plant locations are desirable for selected positions but may not be required.

STANDARD REQUIREMENTS/RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Perform engineering design and analysis, identify problems and propose operational solutions to projects and tasks that are partially defined and moderately complex in nature, requiring knowledge and experience within given disciplines.
• Ensure proper controls are in place and document supporting evaluations and analyses.
• Verify work of other engineers on assignments that range from basic to moderately complex in nature.
• Communicate nature and status of work performed to appropriate Westinghouse management as well as designated customer engineering personnel.
• Participate on project teams with internal and/or external representation. May lead teams on well-defined projects.
• Prepare technical description section for various proposals, including cost benefit studies.
• Propose and initiate test programs and evaluate results.
• Identify and communicate areas for product/service improvements to management personnel.
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Auxiliary Pump Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0540

Location:

   Cranberry, PA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Auxiliary Pump, nuclear, engineer

Description:

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Support the Purchase Order Placement and Delivery of Pumps. Technical Document Review and approval, deviations, ASME owners reviews, Vendor Tech Evaluations and technical problem resolution.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, related technical discipline or equivalent
• API, ANSI B73.1, Hydraulic Institute Standard and NEMA working knowledge
• 5+ year experience in Auxiliary Pumps (centrifugal, positive displacement, canned, seals, gears, motors, safety and non safety)
• Structural evaluations experience
• Hydraulic evaluations experience and system knowledge
• PE license and the ability to obtain and maintain unescorted access at plant locations are desirable for selected positions but may not be required.

STANDARD REQUIREMENTS/RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Perform engineering design and analysis, identify problems and propose operational solutions to projects and tasks that are partially defined and moderately complex in nature, requiring knowledge and experience within given disciplines.
• Ensure proper controls are in place and document supporting evaluations and analyses.
• Verify work of other engineers on assignments that range from basic to moderately complex in nature.
• Communicate nature and status of work performed to appropriate Westinghouse management as well as designated customer engineering personnel.
• Participate on project teams with internal and/or external representation. May lead teams on well-defined projects.
• Prepare technical description section for various proposals, including cost benefit studies.
• Propose and initiate test programs and evaluate results.
• Identify and communicate areas for product/service improvements to management personnel.

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Nuclear Construction Oversight Surveillance Planner

Job ID:

   Job-0538

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Construction project management, nuclear, oversight

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Previous construction project management experience
• Working familiarity with construction schedules
• Knowledge of nuclear power plant design
• Project Manager or Engineering background desired but not required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• The person will work with a team supporting identification of potential vulnerabilities during plant construction and testing
• The candidate should possess the technical skills to identify risks associated with nuclear construction activities and documentation and plan surveillance to ensure safe, quality, compliant construction.
• Ability to obtain unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant
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Civil Design Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0537

Location:

   Baxley, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Civil Design Engineer, Hatch, nuclear

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Plant Hatch Experience
• Design Experience - required
• Civil/ Structural Engineer - required

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• Hatch and Fleet Design Process – desired
• Ability to obtain an unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant
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Associate Projects Control Scheduler

Job ID:

   Job-0536

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Scheduler, Project Controls, Primavera, P6, nuclear

Description:

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provide schedule analysis under appropriate supervision
• Performs routine Project Control assignments according to training, capability and experience.
• With additional experience and demonstrated capabilities, this individual will assist the preparation of larger and more complex Project Control assignments.
• Advanced Excel and Metric creation

REQUIREMENTS:
• Four year degree or equivalent experience
• 1 + year in Planning/Scheduling experience in Construction management
• Experience using Primavera or other scheduling software or familiar with CMP and can handle the advance data management techniques, as substitute for Primavera experience.
• Ability to obtain an unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant
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Procedure Writer

Job ID:

   Job-0535

Location:

   Brownville, NE

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Procedure Writer, nuclear

Description:

JOB DESCRIPTION
The procedure writer shall work under the direction, supervision and control of the DISTRICT throughout the term of the Agreement in accordance with applicable CNS Procedures. Specific procedure writer activities shall include, but not be limited to the following:
• Generate draft revisions of procedures identified as requiring change.
• Develop the required procedure change request (PQR) packages and associated documents for the procedure changes required.
• Obtain required reviews for each PQR and deliver them to the appropriate DISTRICT personnel for final processing.

REQUIREMENTS:
• 5 +years of previous experience working in a Nuclear Plant environment.
• Previous Operations or Maintenance procedure writing experience (writing procedures specifically for nuclear plants is preferred).
• Prior NPPD/CNS experience is preferred.
• Must be able to obtain unescorted access to the protected area.
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Civil Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0534

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Civil Engineer, nuclear, AISC, ANSI, ACI, ASCE

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• BS in Civil Engineering is required
• PE License is preferred
• 7+ years of experience in Civil Engineering is required
• 7+ years of experience in design, operational support, or construction of nuclear power plant is required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• Detailed knowledge of AISC/ANSI, ACI, ASCE, and AWS codes and standards as they apply to nuclear power plant civil / structural design construction is required.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills are required.
• Ability to obtain an unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant
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Project Support Analyst

Job ID:

   Job-0533

Location:

   Welch, MN

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Project Support Analyst, modification, nuclear

Description:

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The purpose of this position is to provide Project Support, including but not limited to:
• Assist in performing research, records management and distribution of all Engineering Change modification documentation, including:
a) QF-501, QF-506, QF-507, QF-511, QF-512, QF-515A, QF-515B, QF-516, QF-517, QF-522, QF-525, QF-527, QF-528, QF-531, QF-532, QF-533, QF-545, QF-546, QF-547, QF-549, QF-550, QF-551, QF-554, QF-555, QF-556, QF-557, QF-560, QF-562, QF-566, QF-570,
QF-574, etc.
• EC modification drawings, vendor manuals, calculations, specifications, reports, etc.
• Initiate Project EC records and distribute Project Meeting Minutes in accordance with Site plans, programs and processes
• Be Xcel Energy Qualified (e.g., key holder) for obtaining microfilm records in the vaults;
• Perform research in obtaining Licensing and Design Bases documents, in both Passport and microfilm, to assist any and all Capital Projects Project Managers;
• Xcel Energy Qualified in maintaining Controlled Drawings sets in the Field during the Construction & Installation portion of the Routine Capital Project modifications, including: o Qualified in the QF-511, Construction Change Notice.
• Qualified in the QF-512, Drawing Transmittal Process.
• Ensuring the latest copies of modification drawings are maintained in the Field Controlled drawing sticks.
• Ensure the Routine Capital Project Collaborative Website Logs are updated with all transactions.
• Assist all Routine Capital Project Managers with Project Impact Notices (PINs), including:
• Initiating ARs to support Project Impact Notices
• Routing PINs for approval
• Updating Routine Capital Main Collaborative Website PIN Logs.
• Assist in the preparation and review of project NPA’s (Nuclear Project Authorization), Studies, FAR’s (Funding Authorization Request), in accordance with the site processes and procedures
• Assist with obtaining and providing relevant PINGP design and licensing basis information to incorporate into necessary documents related to the specific projects and engineering changes
• Assist with reviews of any and all project documents (procedure mark ups, design documents, project management documents) for conformance with the approved design documentation related to each specific Routine Capital project
• Assist each Project Manager as a non-technical interface between Project Management, Site Stakeholders, External Design Organizations (EDO), and Equipment Suppliers during Routine Capital Project modifications and review non-technical activities that support each Project
• Work closely with the External Design Engineering Organizations non-Technical personnel, site responsible engineer and, applicable Project Manager(s) in assisting EC Package preparation documents to ensure the latest documents are maintained in Passport
• Provide updates on assigned activities, progress, etc. during meetings, to the applicable Routine Capital Project Manager(s)
• Escalate non-Technical issues to applicable Project Manager(s) so actions can be taken to ensure the schedule and project milestones are met
• Complete assigned project support and coordination work utilizing unifier, passport and other site computer programs and processes, while shepherding key documents and deliverables in order to meet project objectives and milestones
• Follow all site and corporate procedures;
• Validate personal qualifications prior to performing work;
• Accept and complete work activities assigned by the applicable Project Manager(s) associated with the assigned modifications;
• Ensure Corrective Actions are completed per their assigned due dates and that all Corrective Action Closure notes are detailed to document the resolution to all issues, as necessary;
• Preparation, review, validation, oversight and processing of all non-Technical Routine Capital Project related documentation, including EC Packages (forms listed above), Status Reports, FAR’s, NPA’s, Procedure Change Requests (PCRs), and Project Plan related documents;
• Obtain and maintain applicable Qualifications, including Site Badging, etc., as necessary;
• Work with the Project Manager(s) to help ensure that EDO’s comply with the site procedures, processes and contract;
• The site will assist in providing training support as needed any required qualifications for PINGP Site Processes and Procedures. For instances where the individual has previously been qualified within the fleet, full qualification to the applicable process will be reinstated in accordance with Training Department requirements;
• There will be times that the individual will need to work 12 hour days or nights especially during Refueling Outages. Long periods of 72 hour work weeks may be required;
• The person hired for this position must be able to walk long distances, be able to endure all plant conditions such as elevated temperature and climbing of ladders.
• The position requires walk downs in all areas of the plant and could include the containment for certain positions.
• Ability to qualify as a Radiation Worker will be required.
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Director of QA & Licensing

Job ID:

   Job-0532

Location:

   Aiken, SC

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   QA, Licesing, PM, nuclear

Description:

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Responsible for identifying quality problems, developing and ensuring implementation of solutions, and making sure work is controlled until problems are solved; responsible for approval of subcontractor QA programs, oversight, and audit: interacts with NRC, stakeholder, and other government agencies about QA requirements, concerns, and resolutions.
• Manage the Quality Assurance Program oversight for the facility by ensuring the principles of the Quality Assurance Program are integrated into facility process and procedures.
• Responsible for the compliance audit function and programs to ensure that the organization complies with project procedures.
• Provide regulatory compliance oversight for the facility.
• Ensure that the design and the License Application meet the requirements of 10 CFR Part 70.
• Verify that the License Application (LA) includes commitments included in the Construction Authorization Request (CAR).
• Provide management oversight of and direction to the Regulatory Affairs/Licensing personnel working on the Project.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATION:
• Bachelors degree in engineering, science, or business (or equivalent)
• Prior nuclear industry experience - commercial nuclear power generation, nuclear fuel processing, DOE nuclear projects
• Direct knowledge & experience with ASME NQA-1 quality standards
• Career focused on Quality Assurance program – implementation, management, auditing and reporting
• Direct experience interfacing with NRC and DOE
• 8+ years QA related experience and nuclear industry experience dealing with NRC and/or DOE such that there is knowledge of regulatory issues and processes.
• Demonstrated capability to ensure implementation of QA Program across multiple locations
• Working knowledge of 10 CFR part 50 Appendix B
• Effective verbal and written communication skills Experience in dealing with external regulators such as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
• Experience with implementation of Corrective Action Program, Root Cause Analysis, and Continuous Process Improvement
• Proven supervisory experience managing multiple work teams.
• Proven oral and written communications skills expected of a senior manager position.
• Proven negotiating skills such that issues can be identified and resolved in a timely manner.
• Demonstrated ability to maintain open communications among multiple teams and with government agency representatives.
• Knowledge & Understanding of requirements of 10 CFR Part 70
• Capable of obtaining and maintaining a Security Clearance

DESIRED QUALIFICATION:
• 8+ years nuclear industry experience managing an organizational unit at a nuclear power
plant or fuel processing facility.
• PE License

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PRA Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0530

Location:

   Corvallis, OR

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   PRA Engineer, nuclear, NQA-1

Description:

SCOPE OF WORK:
• PRA Engineer to evaluate severe accident risks associated with the design for their small modular reactor.

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:
• Assume the duties of the PRA Engineer 3 within the client organization to address risks associated with the client SMR design.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS:
Preferred:
• Advanced degree
• In-depth understanding of engineering concepts, principles, theories.
• Strong technical writing skills. Good communication, computer, presentation and interpersonal skills. Exceptional organization skills and ability to manage complex projects with multiple work phases.
• Demonstrated understanding and implementation of quality assurance regulations, standards and guidelines of 10 CFR 50 Appendix B, 10 CFR 21, and NQA-1.

Required:
• BS in Engineering or a Physical Science from an ABET- accredited college/university
• 10+ years of commercial nuclear experience
• 5+ years of commercial nuclear severe accident analysis experience
• Eligible to work under export controls requirements of Department of Energy 10 CFR Part 810.
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Electrical ITAAC Project Lead

Job ID:

   Job-0528

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   ITAAC, Electrical, nuclear, NUREG

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• BS in Electrical Engineering or equivalent training and experience.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• Prior experience in Nuclear electrical construction and start-up testing
• Familiarity with IEE standards and NUREG requirements relative to electrical installation and testing.
• Experience with equipment qualification requirements and documentation.
• Ability to manage different organizations
• Strong computer skills and technical writing ability, nuclear licensing experience under 10 CFR Part 52 and ITAAC a plus.
• Ability to obtain an unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant.
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AP1000 Licensing Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0527

Location:

   Cranberry, PA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   AP1000, Licensing Engineer, 50.59

Description:

SCOPE OF WORK:
This licensing engineer candidate must possess a strong nuclear licensing background with the ability to interpret regulations, create 50.59 like evaluations, interface with the NRC and AP1000 licensees various customers, and interpret/evaluate engineering design changes. The candidate can expect to create licensing and technical documents for submittal to AP1000 licensees and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The candidate needs to have the ability to interact with customers to resolve their questions and comments. It is beneficial to have background with the AP1000 or other PWR plants.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful candidate can expect to perform the following duties:
1. Create 50.59 like evaluations and License Amendment Requests for the AP1000
2. Evaluate engineering design changes with respect to regulatory requirements
3. Develop technical expertise in a functional area and resolve licensing critical issues.
4. Interface with AP1000 licensees and Westinghouse Engineering and Licensing personnel to deliver high quality licensing evaluations.
5. Develop and maintain a working knowledge of the AP1000 design.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate for this position must possess:
1. Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in engineering
2. General understanding of nuclear licensing (Part 52 processes preferred)
3. Motivation to deliver high quality work on time.
4. Excellent written communication skills.
5. Ability to author and edit complex licensing documents.
6. Capability of comprehending a complex process quickly
7. History with writing LARs/50.59s/or departures
8. Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi-task with a number of different organizations and task demands.
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Nuclear Scheduler

Job ID:

   Job-0506

Location:

   New Hill, NC

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Scheduler, nuclear

Description:

RESPONSIBILITIES & EXPERIENCE:
• Develop, track and status project schedules from design through closeout and project completion in support of station online & outage schedules.
• Ensure that the integrated schedule includes activities for all site departments required to implement the project; which includes, but is not limited to, activities for Operations, Maintenance, Engineering, RP, Security, etc…
• Provide support to the assigned Project Manager for presentations as requested.
• Work closely with the Project Manager and Engineering department to ensure all work activities are dispositioned appropriately. This includes updating Progress Reporter on a near real time basis for critical path projects during the refueling outage.
• Interface with the Outage and Scheduling organization to ensure Major Projects activities are coordinated with and included in plant daily, weekly, pre-outage and outage schedules as appropriate.
• Work with vendors to identify and report on their work activities.
• Performs schedule analysis for the Project Manager and functional managers to aid in the allocation of resources.
• Assist in project meetings by taking ownership for the schedule and leading schedule discussions.
• As requested, develops and maintains project performance indicators such as status reports, earned value versus planned value, schedule performance index, etc.
• Assist in the tracking and quantification of project risk through use of the Project Risk Matrix.
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Electrical Discipline Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0505

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Electrical Discipline Engineer, General Electric MKVI, MKCIe experience

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• General Employee Training

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• General Electric MKVI or MKCIe experience required.
• Electrical Engineer ETAP experience to perform design oversight reviews of the completed design change packages including ETAP calculations, assist in the development if fault trees and troubleshooting plans for anticipated issues during implementation (pre-canned troubleshooting plans), design review and verification of field change request.
• Ability to obtain an unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant
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Civil/Mechanical Discipline Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0504

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Civil/Mechanical Discipline Engineer, General Electric MKVI, MKCIe

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• General Employee Training

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• General Electric MKVI or MKCIe experience required.
• Civil Mechanical Engineer to perform design oversight reviews of the completed design change packages including ETAP calculations, assist in the development if fault trees and troubleshooting plans for anticipated issues during implementation (pre-canned troubleshooting plans), design review and verification of field change request.
• Ability to obtain an unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant.
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Engineering I&C Supervisor (Digital Turbine Controls)

Job ID:

   Job-0503

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Engineering I&C Supervisor, • General Electric MKVI, MKVIe I&C, Digital Turbine Controls

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• General Employee Training

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• General Electric MKVI or MKVIe I&C
• Turbine Controls experience required.
• Possibly Electrical Engineer with understanding of digital side.
• Working on-site and reporting to the SoCo I&C Design Supervisor and will really be coordinating the site design efforts.
• Working also with GE Controls – making sure test plans are written; commissioning involvement; design/fieldwork package coordination.
• Ability to obtain an unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant.
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Seismic Fragility Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0502

Location:

   Birmingham, AL

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Seismic Fragility, nuclear

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• B.S. in Mechanical or Civil Engineering.
• M.S. in Mechanical or Civil Engineering preferred

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
• Prior experience in Fragility Analysis is preferred.
Previous experience working in Commercial Nuclear Power is a plus.
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System Engineer - Electrical or Mechanical or Causal Analys

Job ID:

   Job-0501

Location:

   Louisiana

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Systems Engineer, nuclear, entergy, disel generator

Description:

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Prepare for a follow-up CDBI associated with the EDGs
• Conduct assessments.
• Perform walkdowns for wiring verification.
• Identify vulnerabilities associated with the EDGs and related systems (oil, air, cooling water, ventilation).
• One candidate required to have causal analysis experience.

REQUIREMENTS
Required:
• 5+ years of commercial nuclear experience.
• Previously badged at an operating nuclear plant.
• Previous rad worker experience.
• Demonstrated ability to perform walkdowns in a radiological environment.
• Successful completion of client training requirements is an expectation.

Preferred:
• Former/retired Entergy employees
• Previous plant systems background
• Past experience with diesel generators and their associated subsystems.
• Experience with Cooper Bessemer EDGs.
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Senior Mechanical Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0500

Location:

   Southeast of US

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Mechanical Engineer, nuclear, implementation

Description:

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Determine approach to repair of the plant’s main condenser.
o Replace tubes or
o Modular replacement
• Provide over-site of condenser repair.
• Plan to move FOST implementation schedule forward into 2016 from 2017.
• Get preparation work started.
• Interface with procurement.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS:
Preferred:
• Previous experience with Entergy Power plants is a plus
• Past experience with main condenser or FOSTs.
• 10+ years commercial nuclear experience.
• Project engineering and installation support experience
• Previously badged at an operating nuclear plant.
• Previous rad worker experience. Demonstrated ability to perform walkdowns in a radiological environment.
• Successful completion client training requirements is an expectation.

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Civil Structural Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0499

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Civil Structural Engineer, nuclear, design

Description:

SCOPE OF WORK:
• Act as the Westinghouse design authority for construction of Vogtle Units 3 & 4 AP1000 units.
• Disposition non-conformances, design changes and requests for information as directed.
• May require possible night shift (4 PM - 12 AM)
Interface with the customer (SNC), regulator (NRC) and field engineering as needed.

STANDARD REQUIREMENTS/RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Perform engineering design and analysis and propose solutions to complex problems that are not well defined.
• Identify, define and drive approach for successful resolution of significant technical issues.
• Coordinate and integrate complex technical projects that encompass multi-functional areas; successfully achieve established budget and schedule requirements.
• Lead integration and development of major technical descriptions in support of customer proposals.
• Develop new or improved products/services utilizing knowledge of economic studies and recent technical developments. Coordinate and/or prepare technical documents for products/services.
• Provide specific engineering discipline expert knowledge to peers, vendors and customers. May be required to act as lead technical problem solver within area of specialization.
• Propose and initiate test programs and evaluate results in order to present recommendations.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, related technical discipline or equivalent
• 7 - 10 years of applicable engineering experience is required.
• 2+ years of designing experience.
• Academic study in applicable discipline may be used to satisfy some experience requirement.
• PE license and the ability to obtain and maintain unescorted access at plant locations are desirable for selected positions but may not be required.
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Nuclear Reliability Engineer

Job ID:

   Job-0498

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Nuclear Engineer, P-913 Equipment Reliability Program, Equipment Classification, Preventive Maintenance Optimization

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• 10+ years of power plant experience or applicable industry experience including
5+ years of nuclear power plant experience.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
• Experience with the AP-913 Equipment Reliability Program, Equipment Classification, Preventive Maintenance Optimization (PMO) Process and/or the Preventable Maintenance Program.
• Knowledge of maintenance activities for plant components and systems.
• Power plant systems design and operation background.
• Skills with IQ Review (Ventyx) Software
• Effective written and oral communication skills.

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QA/QC Specialist (Work Packages)

Job ID:

   Job-0495

Location:

   Aiken SC

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   QA, QC, Work Package

Description:

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Perform work package closure inspections as necessary to verify completion of construction through document review
• Verifying measuring and test equipment applications
• Will be responsible to assure installation meets design specifications, code requirements, drawings, and work instructions.
• Understanding work control sequencing.
• Effective time management skills with minimal supervision.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• This position requires a High School diploma (or equivalent) and three years QC related discipline experience
• 3+ years of QA/QC experience
• Working knowledge of 10 CFR Part 50 Appendix B QA requirements and America Society of Mechanical Engineers Standard NQA-1
• Familiarity with Industry Standards (I.E., ANSI B31.3, AWS, NEC, ASTM, ASME)
• Ability to interpret detailed construction drawings and to verify implementation of project procedures and specifications
• Experience with implementation of Corrective Action Program documents
• Effective verbal and written communication skills

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Educational focus toward Quality Processes, Nuclear Technologies or Industrial/Mechanical/Electrical/Civil Engineering
• Recent experience in the construction or major modification of nuclear facilities under the oversight of the NRC
• Previous certification as a Level II Mechanical, Electrical, or Civil quality control inspector
• Acute attention to detail and observation skills.
• Strong interpersonal skills with ability to interact with others
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QC Inspector (Civil Specialist)

Job ID:

   Job-0494

Location:

   Aiken, SC

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   QC, QA, Inspector, Civil

Description:

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Perform field inspections as necessary to verify performance of construction subcontractors and suppliers to assure implementation of the project contract requirements.
• Utilize measuring and test equipment in the performance of inspections
• Responsible to assure installation meets design specifications, drawing and work instructions.
• Identify conditions adverse to quality
• Demonstrate a knowledge of code and standards requirements including ACI-349
• Assure, if applicable, that further processing, installation, or use is controlled until proper disposition of a nonconformance, deficiency, or unsatisfactory condition has occurred.
• Perform other duties as assigned

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• This position requires a High School diploma (or equivalent) and three years QC related discipline experience
• 3+ years of QA/QC experience
• Working knowledge of 10 CFR Part 50 Appendix B QA requirements, America Society of Mechanical Engineers Standard NQA-1, and ACI-349
• Ability to interpret detailed construction drawings and to verify implementation of project procedures and specifications
• Experience with implementation of Corrective Action Program documents
• Effective verbal and written communication skills

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Educational focus toward Quality Processes, Nuclear Technologies or Industrial/Mechanical/Electrical/Civil Engineering
• Recent experience in the construction or major modification of nuclear facilities under the oversight of the NRC
• Previous certification as a Level II quality control inspector-Civil
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Cost Analyst (EPC)

Job ID:

   Job-0493

Location:

   Dothan, AL

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Cost Analyst, EPC, Nuclear

Description:

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• Proficient in cost management/control of EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) projects
• Experience as a Cost Analyst w/ detailed use of work breakdown and cost codes is a plus
• Experience with contract administration and computer-based job costing
• Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment
• Knowledge of Work Management System and supporting systems
• Be proficient in the use of PowerPlant, MAXIMO, and other cost and commitment systems.
• Knowledge of cost and scheduling techniques, methods and procedures
• Excellent analytical, mathematical and creative problem-solving skills
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Excellent listening and interpersonal skills
• Personal ownership and initiative
• Ability to communicate ideas in both a technical and user-friendly language
• Ability to facilitate and manage data inputs and changes across multiple organizations
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Maintenance Budget Coordinator

Job ID:

   Job-0492

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Budget Coordinator, Maintenance, finance

Description:

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Applicant should have a financial background that includes understanding of budget reports, journal voucher preparation, purchase requisitions, invoices, account numbers and cost codes.
• Should be able to work in a fast paced environment, be able to multi-task and have effective communication skills.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
• Will be required to maintain current-year budget by reviewing expenses each month and providing Budget Analyst with actual-to budget various explanations, making accurate annual projections and journal voucher preparation.
• To be successful applicants will need to be able to assist the Maintenance team in ensuring departmental submittals such as expense statements, purchase requisitions, invoices, etc., are timely and contain accurate account numbers and/or cost codes.
• Ability to obtain an unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant.
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Project Manager (Component Migration)

Job ID:

   Job-0479

Location:

   Columbia, SC

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Project Manager, Component Migration, Mechanical Engineer

Description:

SCOPE OF WORK:
• Generate and maintain project management tools (project management plans, charter, scheduling, task/action list, risk assessment, etc) for multiple small projects. Understand and interpret mechanical drawings. Possible limited international travel (Japan). Interface with the stakeholder organizations.

STANDARD REQUIREMENTS/RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Participate in formulation and implementation of moderately complex project plans to achieve company objectives.
• Assist senior project management in executing performance to contract commitments and risk tolerance levels.
• Serve as company representative to customer, and/or architect engineer, constructor and Westinghouse business units, domestically and/or globally.
• Interpret and transmit contract requirements, and subsequent changes, to functional groups.
• Develop and maintain project summary level schedules. Provide schedule reporting for customer progress reports.
• Coordinate and ensure project work is delivered on schedule and within budget.
• Work with senior project management to establish and maintain effective project organization.
• Coordinate work activities.
• Integrate project’s objectives and actions through participation with other project groups in matters of common concern. Promote projects-wide teamwork and effective communication.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, technical or related field.
• 5 -10 years of experience on Mechanical Engineering field in a combination of: project management, systems design and/or service operations, supply management, operating plant and product line implementation.
• Trained in financial skills associated with Project Management.
• Local candidates preferred.
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Construction Implementation Coordinator

Job ID:

   Job-0478

Location:

   York, SC

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Construction Coordinator, Supervisor, Superintendent, OSHA

Description:

WORK EXPERIENCE:
• 10 + years of experience in Nuclear Station Construction, Maintenance, or Projects preferably involved with implementation with experience in supervision and/or management.
• Will be responsible for providing oversight to the implementation of the civil and lifting and rigging work activities on various projects including trenching, digging, and heavy lift/rigging activities.
• Basic knowledge of the use of the CNS Work Management System and WOTA process.
• Extensive knowledge of Station Directives, OSHA Standards regarding civil and lifting/rigging activities at operating nuclear facilities.
• Extensive knowledge of trenching and lifting/rigging procedures and specifications.
• Knowledge of project estimating, budgeting, planning, task duration.
• Basic knowledge of the use of PC and software applications such as MS office application proficiency.
• Ability to work effectively in a project team environment.
• Proven ability to provide leadership to the project team; anticipate problems and advise team on planned recoveries.
• Ability to obtain a nuclear security clearance - will need to be Rad worker trained and possess the ability to gain a nuclear access badge.
• Must possess excellent interpersonal and teamwork skill with ability to maximize the project results using a network of teammates.
• Demonstrate satisfactory written and verbal communication skills with the ability to convey complex issues to project teammates with varying degrees of knowledge.
• Must be a self-starter and action oriented and is comfortable in working in processes that are broadly defined and require minimal supervision

EDUCATION:
• High School Diploma or equivalent
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Maintenance Rule Coordinator

Job ID:

   Job-0474

Location:

   Waynesboro, GA

Job Type:

   Contract

Primary Skills:

   Maintenance Rule Coordinator, MR, CFR 50.56

Description:

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• 5+ years of experience in performing duties as Maintenance Rule (MR) Coordinator.
• This person has day to day responsibility for activities associated with starting up the program, implementation and compliance with the Maintenance Rule.
• This function is responsible for the activities with implementing the program requirements to meet 10 CFR 50.56 Code of Federal Regulations.
• Specifically the individual needs to have experience with determining if a system performs a MR related function, determine the components scoped with in the function, setting performance criteria for the components and determining risk significance.
• Must be able to administrate the Ventyx MR Manager database for the site and coordinates status updates in the database.
• Able to obtain unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant
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