Engineer I,II,III, or Sr. (Nuc)

Job Summary/Purpose
Responsible for the implementation of central design modifications and the delivery of safe, reliable and timely capital modifications for Entergy nuclear plants.

 Job Duties/Responsibilities
1. Develop, plan, coordinate, and implement capital modifications to meet the site needs within the organization capability. 
2. Implement corrective actions process and learnings to improve modification development and execution.
3. Ensure that fleet lessons learned and good practices are shared and implemented. 
4. Ensure that resources are shared across the fleet to improve efficiency.
5. Work closely with the Project Management department and site design organization to ensure the efficient implementation of modifications.
6. Support modification installation during refueling outages or other periods.

Minimum Requirements
Minimum education required of the position

B.S. Degree in Engineering or other closely related scientific discipline/physical science generally associated with power plant operations or equivalent work experience (equivalent experience defined as demonstrated success at the engineer/technical specialist level.)
Desired:  B.S. Degree in Engineering from an A.B.E.T credited educational institution.
Minimum experience required of the position
0-4 years' experience in nuclear power design, operations, or equivalent depending upon engineering/technical specialist level is preferred. Experience / proficiency in PC use and applications, depending upon engineering level.

Primary Location: Mississippi-Port Gibson
Job Function: Engineering
FLSA Status: Professional
Relocation Option: Level III
Union description/code: NON BARGAINING UNIT-NBU
Number of Openings: 1
Req ID: 83305
Travel Percentage:Up to 25%


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