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12 month contract position
Per Diem available
Provide simulator training instructors who have experience and expertise with nuclear operations simulator training. Under the direction of qualified instructional analysis/developers, the simulator instructors will prepare simulator control room watch station qualification cards, integrated simulator scenarios for response to abnormal and emergency condition, alarm response and drill exercise guides. The simulator instructions will also conduct simulator training for control room commissioning technicians and other control room staff and may train other less-experienced simulator instructors. The role and scope of the simulator instructor includes miscellaneous support activities related to training development and implementation, as well as completion of LAW simulator instructor training which includes training on LAW, LAB, and BOF Systems, LAW DSA/TSR and the WTCC Training Department Procedures.
The simulator instructors will be assigned specific simulator training modules to develop and will be required to meet deadlines for training material development and approval.
Additionally, some simulator instructors may be assigned to develop training associated with the Documented Safety Analysis implementation.
Minimum education and experience: High School diploma plus at least seven (7) years of experience as an instructor with knowledge and expertise in nuclear operations simulator training development and implementation using the systematic approach to training.
Prefer at least 6 years technical experience in operations, maintenance, or related technical position in Naval Nuclear, Department of Energy Nuclear, or Commercial Nuclear Operations.
Prefer familiarity with ANSI 3.5 and JPRO Software.
Upon reporting, must be able to clear a physical examination and drug screen to obtain a badge to access the Project Construction Site.
Possess the legal right to work and remain in the United States without sponsorship.