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I&C Engineer III
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
Pay Rate Range: $125K-$155K/Annually
At United we are a team of engineers, builders, planners, and thinkers that design and build today’s infrastructure, for tomorrow. We come to work every day committed to drive growth and deliver projects that matter for our clients, ourselves, and our communities. Through our work in the nuclear, conventional generation, renewable and power delivery markets, we create resilient infrastructure to last generations.
United has established a center of excellence for I&C engineering to support a portfolio of nuclear plant modifications and new plant designs. We’re looking to expand the group hiring early, mid-level and supervisory I&C positions. These opportunities will support career development and growth as United expands its portfolio in the nuclear market. United has over 60 years of continuous experience in design, construction, and upgrades of nuclear power plants. We are the AE and/or constructor of record for (52) nuclear units globally.
Candidate will be part of a team of I&C Engineers supporting our growing work for the Nuclear Industry. Work will include:
Engineering for operating plants in the U.S. including preparation of Engineering Change Packages including plant digital upgrades. Work includes preparation of packages that include specifications and data sheets, calculations, and modifications to existing plant drawings; provide support to proposals, prepare purchase requisitions; and review vendor drawings.
Designs for New Generation Nuclear plants including Small Modular Reactors (SMR), including development of conceptual design and related design basis documents to support licensing of new Nuclear Generating Plant, preparation of specifications and bid packages for control systems, and detailed I&C design for a new generating plant.
Candidate will support multiple projects and will coordinate activities with clients, contractors, vendors, and other members of the project teams
B.S. in Electrical, Mechanical, or Controls Engineering from an accredited 4-year university with course work in Control Systems
8 - 12 years overall experience in design of control systems for power plants or heavy industrial facilities
3 years of experience in I&C design for Nuclear plants in North America including new plants or modification of existing operating plants
Experience to include:
For New generation Plants: Development of Control System architecture and Design Basis Documents
For Modifications to operating Nuclear plants: Familiarity with the Nuclear standard Design Process, and experience preparing engineering drawings including but not limited to wiring diagrams and schematics, P&IDs, logic diagrams, instrument hookups, etc. for plant modification packages including digital upgrades
Preparation of specifications for control systems for plant process/auxiliary systems
Preparation and review of logic diagrams and system functional descriptions for implementation of system control logic into plant control systems
Experience evaluating and specifying pressure, temperature, flow, and level process instrumentation
Experience performing calculations for a Nuclear plant such as instrument set-points
Familiarity with IEEE, EPRI, ISA and IAEA Codes and Standards and NRC Reg Guides relating to Nuclear plant licensing and design
Good written and oral communication skills. Must be able to interface with other members of the project team including other disciplines, client, contractors, and vendors.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Expertise using Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio and Teams
Must be a Citizen of the U.S. or Canada and able to obtain unescorted access to a U.S. Nuclear Power Plant
Professional Engineering (PE) License in any state in the U.S. with ability to obtain licensure in other states by comity
2 years of experience on design for new Nuclear Generating Station
Experience with Digital Upgrades at operating Nuclear plants.
Familiarity with NEI 08-09 and experience with performing cyber-security assessments
Experience with NUREG 0800, Chapters 7, 8 and 18.
Experience with Human Factors Engineering
United E&C is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age, or any other federally protected class. United believes in each person’s potential, and we will help you reach yours.
Send resume to JAL@BCPengineers.com