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Outage Control Technician (I&C) – Diablo Canyon Power Plant, Avila Beach, CA
This a temporary additional position that is an IBEW represented classification currently subject to collective bargaining and union dues for the 2021 spring outage.
Please email your resume to DCPPOutageStaffing@pge.com and put “I&C Tech” in the subject line. This posting may be removed early due to the anticipated number of applicants.
This position is contingent on ability to obtain and maintain unescorted access at a commercial nuclear power plant including background investigation, initial and random drug screen, psychological screen, and passing grade on written tests.
Diablo Canyon Power Plant's (DCPP) Instrument and Controls Department is responsible for performing maintenance and modification to plant systems, structures, and components during Refueling Outage periods.
This position's principal duties consist of testing, calibrating, maintaining, and installing power plant control, monitoring, alarm, and indicating systems and their individual components. May be required to assist plant engineers in performing and evaluating plant tests.
* Test, calibrate, maintain, and install all types of pneumatic, hydraulic, or electrical devices using the required measuring and test equipment.
* Assist in performance and evaluation of plant tests, which includes pneumatic and electric equipment.
* Operate hand and portable electrical tools, such as drills, saws, wrenches, screwdrivers, wire cutters, meters, measuring devices, and benders.
The requirements to perform the above essential functions include reading and understanding work orders, procedures, drawings, and other technical material. Must be able to work in and around radiation/contamination fields. Must successfully complete radiation worker and department specific training. Must be able to attend work as scheduled due to the finite nature of the assignment.
The physical requirements to perform the above essential functions include lifting (moderate - up to 50 pounds); transporting material on carts (up to 500 pounds); bending, stooping, and twisting; climbing (stairs and ladders); walking (up to five miles/day); working on stationary and/or swinging scaffolds; working at heights up to 250 feet high; working in confined spaces and awkward positions; and standing for long periods of time. Additionally, ability to wear and work in a respirator in radioactivity contaminated and/or environmentally hazardous areas of the plant. These duties must be performed with or without reasonable accommodation.
This is not intended and should not be construed to be an all inclusive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts or working conditions associated with this job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, management reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties from particular jobs and to assign other duties as necessary.
**"4.5.2 Technicians. Technicians shall have three years of working experience in their specialty of which one year should be related technical training. They should possess a high degree of manual dexterity and ability and should be capable of learning and applying basic skills." - Extracted from American National Standard ANSI/ANS-3.1-1978, Rev. to N18.1-1971, with permission of the publisher, the American Nuclear Society.