Electrical and/or Mechanical Engineer needed @ Vogtle 3&4
Describe the work environment for this assignment:
Role will be in Vogtle 3&4, onsite setting. Role is a hybrid office setting and field work.
Troubleshooting and Systems/Programs Engineers will be required to support the Operations Control Center, which involves night shift/weekend work (50% of their time). 50 to 60 hours each week
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
BS in Engineering from an ABET accredited program required for Engineering roles.
Electrical and/or Mechanical Engineers. Experienced with secondary turbine, feedwater and supporting systems. Note: The AP1000 Turbine design is a Toshiba Turbine, but is very similar to GE Turbines.
Preference is 5 years+ for Troubleshooting. Open to 2 years+ for the other site engineer roles (Not Troubleshooting)
Nuclear experience is preferred, but not required.
Does this assignment have any physical requirements?
Yes. As part of their role, individuals will be expected to perform field walkdowns. This can occasionally include prolonged walking (2-3 hours), occasional use of scaffold/ladder climbing and occasional entry into confined spaces.
Does this position require unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant?
Yes. Employees will be required to work on Vogtle Unit 4 after lockdown, with occasional access to Vogtle Unit 3.
Estimated Start Date: May 2023
Estimated Duration of Work Assignment (should not exceed 1 year): 3-6 Months
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