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Maintains and updates elements of the radiological emergency plan in accordance with guidance in federal regulations (10 CFR 50.47), federal guidance (NUREG 0654, FEMA REP 10, EPA 400), industry guidance (NEI 99-01), Entergy policy, and state and local requirements.
Designs, develops and validates procedures to implement radiological emergency plan.
Serves as subject matter expert and conducts training for on-site and off-site emergency responders. Develops drill and exercise scenarios including serving as a scenario team leader, validating exercises, testing exercise performance on replica simulator and documenting exercise objectives. Evaluates emergency response organization performance in drills and exercises.
Maintains on-site and off-site emergency response facilities and equipment. Assists off-site agencies at state and local level to develop and implement emergency plans and procedures. Develops operator aids for radiological emergency response. Conducts assessments of on-site and off-site radiological emergency organization performance.
Supports special studies including evacuation travel time, population demographics and alert notification system effectiveness. Conducts tests of emergency response equipment including radios, telephones, mobile telephones, radiation monitoring equipment and alert notification equipment in accordance with department surveillance procedures.
Assists in preparation of department budget.
Calculates and maintains Department Level Performance Indicators and NRC Regulatory Performance Indicators. Interfaces with security for integrated security/radiological emergency planning.
Minimum education required of the position
B. S. Degree in relevant field including physical science, engineering, emergency management, government relations or political science; or an Associates Degree in relevant field including physical science, engineering, emergency management, government relations or political science with 2 years of experience in a nuclear power/emergency management related field; or a combination of education and nuclear power/emergency management experience in a related field including licenses/certifications to total 4 years. Note that educational credit or work experience may be substituted with licenses such as reactor/senior reactor licenses.
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Minimum knowledge, skills and abilities required of the position
Any certificates, licenses, etc. required for the position
As a provider of essential services, Entergy expects its employees to be available to work additional hours, to work in alternate locations, and/or to perform additional duties in connection with storms, outages, emergencies, or other situations as deemed necessary by the company. Exempt employees may not be paid overtime associated with such duties.