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SHINE Technologies is seeking an Instruments and Controls (I&C) Engineering Manager to oversee the design, development, procurement, and testing of systems used to control and monitor processes for our new medical isotope production facility. The Instrumentation and Controls Manager will work as part of a collaborative team that oversees the design of the control systems and selects instruments and equipment for the SHINE facility. SHINE engineers are designing systems that will help diagnose heart disease, treat cancer, and take us another step closer to clean energy.
Areas of responsibility for this team include working with the team to determine control strategies, design of control system hardware and software, instrument selection, and work with procurement, vendors, and the construction team to procure, install, and test the I&C equipment. In addition, the team works with the licensing team to maintain the accuracy of the I&C licensing basis.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Specific duties and responsibilities of the I&C Manager include, but are not limited to:
Manage and lead a team of highly skilled I&C engineers focused on the control systems and instruments to run the SHINE molybdenum-99 production plant.
Select, develop, evaluate, and lead engineers who support the design of new nuclear technology.
Lead the interfaces between stakeholders and the I&C team.
Mentor engineers in the technology, decision making, and ownership of the I&C equipment that they are responsible for.
Maintains the group budget and schedule, maintaining a detailed plan to accurately predict milestones and resource loading.
Drive decisions on vendor requests, changes, and updates to equipment and programming.
Oversee the development of digital and analog control systems, including distributed control systems (DCS), programmable logic controllers (PLC), and data acquisition systems (DAQ), by performing reviews of vendor deliverables.
Work collaboratively with other engineering disciplines to select instruments to measure process variables in the process systems in the SHINE facility.
Provide an interface with the Auxiliary Systems Group to coordinate the power distribution to I&C equipment.
Approve instrument specifications, calculations, and test plans to support the design, new construction, testing, commissioning, in-field troubleshooting and operation of the future SHINE medical isotope production facility.
Oversee the design and implementation of instrument cable routing, conduit and raceway design, installation drawings, and loop diagrams.
Ability to lead, motivate, coach, and inspire a group of highly skilled engineers in a fast-paced startup environment.
Confidence to make decisions on technical issues and the aptitude to push decision making down to the responsible engineers.
Ability to manage multiple projects/activities, prioritizing them in a way that contributes most to Company success.
10+ years of experience in instruments and controls. Additional experience in leadership and/or management is required. Position level based upon years of relevant experience.
Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, nuclear engineering or related technical discipline.
Direct and open communication style, showing respect to all individuals and their ideas.
Eligibility for employment is conditioned on the applicant’s ability to qualify for access to information subject to U.S. Export Controls. Additionally, applicant’s eligibility may be conditioned based upon meeting the Nuclear Regulatory Commission requirements for access to Safeguards Information, which typically requires a pre-employment drug screen, fingerprinting and criminal background check.
SHINE values diversity in all its forms as a critical component of innovation, which is fundamental to our success. Every member of the SHINE community benefits from the talents and experiences of our peers, from the mutual respect we exercise, and from the responsibility we take for our actions.
SHINE Technologies is an equal opportunity 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.
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