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The successful candidate(s) must first participate in the station's Licensed Operator's Training Program and successfully complete the training and testing required to earn a Senior Reactor Operator's (SRO) license. Upon successful completion of training qualifications and gaining licensure, the Unit Supervisor will be assigned to rotating shift work.
Primary Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
1. Monitor plant operation and operator performance.
2. Respond to system or unit abnormalities, diagnose cause and recommend corrective action.
3. Authorize performance of maintenance activities on assigned unit and approve changes in equipment and system operational status.
4. Direct actions of Plant Control Operators in emergency situations in accordance with emergency operating procedures.
5. Supervise and coordinate fuel handling activities.
6. Provide leadership by conveying organizational values, and influencing and motivating individuals toward individual/group goal achievement.
7. Earn and Maintain a Senior Reactor Operator (SRO) license for the Susquehanna Nuclear Generating Station.
Candidates must meet the basic qualifications and pass all required tests or assessments to receive consideration.
1. Total education and power plant experience must meet one of the following criteria:
A. A minimum of a High School diploma or equivalent and 1 year or more as an Active Reactor Operator or Senior Reactor Operator at a commercial power reactor facility of the same vendor and vintage OR 1.5 years or more as an Active Reactor Operator or senior Reactor Operator at a comparable (BWR/PWR) facility or at a noncomparable commercial power reactor facility OR 2 years or more in a position equivalent to a reactor operator position at a military reactor (qualified to manipulate or direct the manipulation of control rods such as a reactor operator, engineering officer of the watch, propulsion plant watch officer, engineering watch supervisor, or propulsion plant watch supervisor).
B. BS degree or equivalent in engineering, engineering technology or related sciences, or a professional engineering license or nontraditional degree and total responsible nuclear power plant experience greater than the following:
18 months for a comparable facility
27 months for a noncomparable facility
36 months for a nontraditional degree
2. Satisfactory physical and mental condition as evidenced by successfully passing company-provided examinations in accordance with the code of Federal Regulations 10 CFR55.11 (a)(1) and (a)(2).
3. Satisfactory completion of entry selection test.
4. Must meet the requirements of ANSI/ANS-3.1 1981 and REG Guide 1.8 Rev2.
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