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Provide the leadership and supervision for a crew of approximately 6-10 craft with the mission of preparing work, monitoring work in the field, solving problems to ensure completion, and monitoring individual and crew performance. Responsible for communicating and coordinating activities with various work groups (e.g., Operations and Engineering) to ensure timely work completion, communicating with plant management to provide status, providing oversight of assigned outage activities, and ensuring work activities are accomplished in a safe manner in conformance to license requirements
Manage work activities of maintenance craft through planning, leading, and monitoring to ensure that work is executed in an efficient and safe manner. This includes all aspects of physical plant work including work package preparation, parts procurement, ALARA briefings, clearance order walk downs, work prioritizing, resource loading and work execution, including resolution of schedule delays and conflicts.
Prepare for scheduled and emergent work. This is accomplished through interface with planning personnel, evaluating adequacy of work instructions by paper review and physical plant walk downs, resource loading work in accordance with available manpower and qualifications, reviewing schedules for adverse impacts such as availability of test equipment and parts, and staging the job site to ensure timeliness of work completion.
Implement work efficiently and effectively. This is accomplished through pre and post job briefs, supervising work in progress, providing coaching and feedback on individual and crew performance, and monitoring work to ensure it is conducted in accordance with procedures and management expectations. These expectations include good ALARA performance, nuclear and personnel safety, the use of proper communication and performance techniques, error free quality work, and adherence to procedures. This is measured through a routine of observing and assessing work sites to assure that problems and coordination issues are being resolved in the field in a timely manner to maximize work crew field time on the job.
Review of work documentation prior to the close out of work package(s) to ensure accuracy and completeness and that the work objectives have been met.
Establish and monitor individual performance and training plans for crewmembers and provide critical feedback on a situational and periodic basis.
Monitor performance through maintenance indicators and take action as appropriate to continuously improve work process efficiencies. Specific accountabilities with measurable performance indicators include human performance, work order back log relative to discipline, daily and weekly schedule effectiveness, preventative maintenance back log, maintenance productivity, dose associated with work activities, and surveillance procedure completion.
Assure proper training of assigned personnel through the observation, evaluation, and feedback of training classroom, laboratory, and on-the-job training and evaluation activities. Provide training as a classroom instructor on a minimum of two subject matters. Position may require periodic assignment to Training as an instructor.
Emergency response organization support as required and collateral duties (i.e. Procedure Reviews) as well.
Required Education & Experience:
Requires a High School Diploma or GED and technical training or education similar to that acquired through an in-grade apprenticeship program for the applicable discipline plus a minimum of 8 years of experience in maintenance or a related field (ie. Engineering, Utility, Manufacturing).
Or an Associate’s degree in a related field plus a minimum of 8 years of experience in maintenance or a related field (ie. Engineering, Utility, Manufacturing).
Or a Bachelor’s degree in a related field plus a minimum of 6 years of experience in maintenance or a related field (ie. Engineering, Utility, Manufacturing).
Or experience as a qualified craft supervisor at CGS or another nuclear utility plus a minimum of 4 years in that role.
Experience must also include demonstrated leadership and planning capabilities as would normally be obtained in a lead or shop engineer role or similar job function. Must be capable of completing or have completed Phase 1 of the Maintenance Supervisor Training Program.
• Strong leadership skills are required to effectively build a cohesive team using appropriate interpersonal styles and methods to guide individuals and groups to successful task accomplishment.
• Ability to exercise sound judgment weighing alternative courses of action and making decisions that are based on factual information and rational assumptions, taking organizational resources into consideration.
• Capability of evaluating crew manning and work activities to effectively utilize available resources and assure schedule support.
• Demonstrated ability in communication, planning, and organizational skills. Must establish goals, set priorities, and maintain an awareness of inter-relationships among activities.
• Demonstrated ability to maximize performance through leadership is highly desired.
• Thorough understanding of the technical aspects of assigned work and applicable codes, standards, regulation, and procedural requirements.