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To lead and perform electrical maintenance work on the Barakah Nuclear Power Plants.
Work involves conducting Periodic Testing, Preventative Maintenance, Corrective Maintenance and Surveillance Testing of safety and non-safety-related Structures, Systems and Components.
Technicians are required to read/review the maintenance task and associated documentation, conduct the maintenance activity in accordance with the procedure, troubleshoot and perform corrective actions as required, and update the equipment/maintenance record on the computerized maintenance management system.
Awareness of and adherence to the Nuclear Safety Standards, Quality Assurance Standards, Health, and Safety Standards and Environmental Protection Standards is essential.
Conducting Maintenance Activities
Review and comprehend ‘work packages’ and the individual requirements of the maintenance activity/activities.
Perform proper and timely preparation and staging of maintenance work activities including but not limited to the submission of procurement requests on the computerised system for equipment spare parts and special tools to ensure that maintenance activities are properly resourced.
Sign-on to Work Clearances to authorize the work to commence on structure, system or component and to ensure that the work can be conducted safely.
Lead/Attend and participate in Pre-Job Briefs to ensure that all requirements of the maintenance task are understood – including but not limited to high risk or high complexity activities, safety aspects (both nuclear and conventional), and parallel work activities.
Conduct a range of maintenance activities to the highest standard and in full adherence to the maintenance and safety procedures and processes.
Conduct system/equipment troubleshooting to identify system faults or defects and take the necessary corrective action(s) to ensure that issues are resolved in a timely manner.
Lead/Attend Post-Job Reviews to ensure that any learning from the work activity is discussed and recorded so that the learning can be incorporated into the process or procedures.
Utilize the Corrective Action Program (CAP) to record plant deficiencies and improve performance.
Record the completion of maintenance activates and any relevant maintenance findings on the computerized maintenance management system.
Support the production of Self Assessments to provide useful and self-critical improvement.
Safe Working and Behaviours
Strictly adhere to the Nawah Health and Safety policies, processes, procedures and instructions during all aspects of work/employment to ensure that the highest standards of safety are maintained.
Align and adhere behaviors to the Enterprise ‘LEAD AT SITE’ values of Lead, Enable, Align, Direction, Accountability, Teamwork, Safety, Integrity, Trust and Excellence.
‘Fix it Now’ (FIN) Team, On-Call and Emergency Response Organisation (ERO) Support
As required (only a percentage of technicians will be required to perform these duties), support the operating plant by following the continuous shift working pattern as a FIN Team member to respond to out-of-hours breakdowns.
As required (only a percentage of technicians will be required to perform these duties) support the On-Call Rota or the Emergency Response Organisation (ERO) by being available to respond to a breakdown or an event outside of normal working hours
Excellence and Quality Management
Ensure commitment to a culture of continuous improvement by eliminating waste, following operations procedures, practicing innovation, problem-solving, and teamwork; complying with Quality Management System policies and procedures; providing and receiving constructive feedback; and striving to meet quality standards and stakeholder expectations.
Ensure Commitment to the Nawah Fundamentals and LEAD AT SITE values.
Qualifications and Work Experience
In possession of a “Technician” certificate or equivalent certification
In possession of a “Technician” certificate (or equivalent) PLUS a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical or Electronic Engineering.
5 years of maintenance experience in the Nuclear sector.
In addition, as a minimum technicians MUST have experience in at least two of the following areas:
Operational high hazard processes.
Regulatory required safety structures, systems or components.
Radiological controlled areas
Basic Qualifications (Must have Most of the following)
Use of Electrical Hand Tools
Perform Cable Connections and Termination
Measuring and Test Equipment for Electrical
Maintain Lighting System (Plant, MCR, RSR)
Intermediate Qualifications (Must have MOST of the following)
Maintain Inverters and UPS
Maintain Regulating Transformers
Maintain Battery Chargers
Inspect Direct Current Ground Detector
Maintain Lead-Acid Batteries
Maintain Vacuum Circuit Breakers
Maintain 480V load circuit breaker (LC)
Maintain Medium Voltage Switchboards
Maintain Reactor Trip Switchgear (RTSG)
Maintain Motor Control Centers (MCC)
Maintain Electrical Penetrations
Maintain Pressurizer Heaters
Maintain Pressurizer Heater Control Panel
Maintain Medium Voltage Motors
Maintain Emergency Diesel Generator
Maintain Essential Chiller Motor
Maintain Low Voltage AC Motor
Maintain DC motors
Maintain the control panel of the Motor Generator Set
Maintain Generator of the motor generator set
Maintain cooling system of the Isolated Phase Bus (IPB)
Maintain Heat Trace System
Maintain Cathodic Protection System
Maintain MOV (Motor Operated Valve)
Maintain Fuel Handling Area Monorail (Inspection)
Maintain Underwater Lighting
Maintain Equipment Hatch – Electrical Equipment
Plant Electrical Breaker Operation
Maintain Fire Detection System Alarm Circuit
Maintain Automatic Voltage Regulator System
Maintain Main Generator: On Line Shaft Voltage and Current Monitoring Brush
Maintain Electrical Heaters
Inspect Main Power Transformers (Main, SAT, UAT, Excitation)
Maintain Transformer Tap Changer (On Load + Off Load)
Maintain Personnel Airlock – Electrical Equipment
Maintain High Tension (HT) SPV Cables and Connections
Disassemble/Reassemble of Low Voltage AC Motors
Disassemble/Reassemble of DC Voltage Motors
Maintain Disconnecting/Earthing Switch
Install Grounding Trucks and Cable
Specialty Qualifications (Must have a minimum of x2 from the following)
Disassemble/Reassemble Components of Inverter/UPS
Disassemble/Reassemble Components of Battery Charger
Replace Lead-Acid Battery
Commission new Lead-Acid Battery
Maintain generator exciter and conduct performance test
Overhaul Vacuum Circuit Breakers
Overhaul Reactor Trip Switchgear Breaker (RTSG)
Maintain Main AC Generator
Maintain CT, PT, and neutral point transformer for Main Generator
Maintain isolated-phase-bus (IPB)
Replace Large Transformers (Main, UAT, SAT, Excitation)
Maintain Protection Relays
Overhaul Emergency Diesel Generator
Maintain Fuel Handling Equipment
Maintain Spent Fuel Handling Machine (SFHM)
Maintain Fuel Handling Area Overhead Crane (FHAOC)
Maintain New Fuel Elevator (NFE)
Maintain Fuel Transfer System (FTS)
Maintain Control Element Assembly Change Platform (CEACP)
Maintain the Refueling Machine (RM)
Maintain the Polar Crane (PC)
Maintain the Stud Tensioner Machine
Maintain Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS)
Battery Performance Test
Disassembly/Reassembly of MV Motors
Disassembly and Assembly of Essential Chiller Motor