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Electrical Engineer, Design (NPG) D Level D
Contract: 1/2021 – 11/2021 estimated duration
Location: Decatur, AL
No Per Diem or weekly expenses allocated for this assignment. Expenses will be reimbursed for onboarding activities. Individual must be familiar or have experience with 10CFR50.49 program, preferably at a BWR.
Local Candidates: No per diem.
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PROVIDES TECHNICAL LEADERSHIP, COORDINATES, AND REVIEWS THE WORK OF A SMALL STAFF OF MULTIDISCIPLINE ENGINEERS, SPECIALISTS, TECHNICIANS AND/OR CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL IN AN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING WORK GROUP. SERVES AS THE PRIMARY POINT OF CONTACT FOR THE WORK GROUP REGARDING NEW OR MODIFIED TASKS, MAKES WORK ASSIGNMENTS TO LOWER LEVEL STAFF, RESPONSIBLE FOR MEETING DESIGNATED COMPLETION DATES. IN A WORKING LEAD CAPACITY, PLANS, DEVELOPS, COORDINATES AND DIRECTS THE DAY-TO-DAY TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF LARGE AND IMPORTANT ENGINEERING PROJECTS OR A NUMBER OF SMALL ENGINEERING PROJECTS WITH MANY COMPLEX FEATURES. A SUBSTANTIAL PORTION OF THE WORK DIRECTED IS COMPARABLE TO THAT PERFORMED BY SENIOR LEVEL ENGINEERS. PROVIDES INPUT TO THE ENGINEERING MANAGER ON WORK IN PROGRESS, TECHNICAL ISSUES WHICH NEED ELEVATION AND WORKPLACE MATTERS. AS A WORKING TECHNICAL LEAD, PERFORMS ENGINEERING WORK ASSIGNMENTS WHEN NEEDED. MAY BE ASSIGNED SENIOR LEVEL ENGINEERING WORK AS PART OF REGULAR DAY-TO-DAY RESPONSIBILITIES IN ADDITION TO LEAD RESPONSIBILITIES. APPLIES INTENSIVE AND DIVERSIFIED KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES IN BROAD AREAS OF ASSIGNMENTS AND ASSIGNED PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. MAKES ENGINEERING JUDGMENTS AND DECISIONS INDEPENDENTLY ON ENGINEERING DESIGN PROBLEMS AND METHODS. AT THE REQUEST OF THE ENGINEERING MANAGER, REPRESENTS THE WORK GROUP IN MEETINGS TO PLAN, SCHEDULE AND COORDINATE WORK PROJECTS; TO RESOLVE TECHNICAL ISSUES; OR TO REPORT AND OBTAIN INFORMATION. PERFORMS ENGINEERING WORK AS ASSIGNED.
Education and Experience/Certificates, Licenses, and Registration Requirements/Other Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering or other related engineering discipline from an ABET accredited curriculum, plus appropriate continuing education.
Several years of experience in electrical engineering design project work similar to that performed in a plant environment, including at least one year of experience in a nuclear organization.
Licensed Professional Engineer is desirable. Membership in professional and technical societies is desirable.
Must be able to obtain and maintain unescorted nuclear plant access and S-3 and S-4 medical qualifications when applicable. Must be able and willing to assume “on-call” rotational assignments which may include 24 hour-a-day, 7 day-a-week availability. Must be willing and medically able to work rotating shifts and maximum overtime permitted by procedures during peak periods. Must be able and willing to travel to plant locations as required when performing assigned tasks and, as necessary, to be temporarily assigned to a field location.