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Initial Test Program Test Engineer (MOV)
Job Location (site): Waynesboro, GA - Initial Test Program (ITP) Team - Nuclear
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Describe the work environment for this assignment: This position will work in the office, construction site, field work, and be exposure to heat/cold. Shift work may be required.
Desired Qualifications: Experience in preparing, reviewing, field implementing, and closing of Nuclear power plant initial test program component and preoperational test procedures and test packages. A minimum of 5 years experience in commissioning and troubleshooting Motor Operated Valves and Actuators. (preferably Nuclear / power plants) is preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Experience in the testing, design, specification, or installation of nuclear or commercial building mechanical and control systems and other systems being commissioned (worker experience, supervisory experience, and/or program manager experience preferred)
Experience working with project teams, project management, and conducting meetings; good team-building skills; strong communication skills, especially documentation.
Experience writing functional performance test plans, as well as assembling a complete testing plan.
Experience in design installation and/or troubleshooting of Various types of Motor Operated Valves and Actuators.
Demonstrated familiarity with Various MOV vendor manuals and procedures.
Able to support the following: read process and instrumentation diagrams, electrical diagrams, understand equipment control software and instrument control loops.
Able to participate in cross functional teamwork, coordinate multiple work groups during testing and provide technical support
Does this assignment have any physical requirements: Lifting, bending, climbing, crawling, prolonged walking, and working with uneven surfaces will be required.
Is this position supporting a Government Related Project? No
Does this position require unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant? Yes
Estimated Start Date: Week of May 18th, 2020 (or sooner if possible)
Estimated Duration of Work Assignment (should not exceed 1 year): 1 year (extension possible)