Supv, Electrical Design Engineer (Nuc)

JOB SUMMARY/PURPOSE Responsible for delivery of safe, reliable and timely capital modifications for all Entergy Nuclear plants.   JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES  1. Oversee the implementation of central design engineering organization.  2. Develop, plan, coordinate, and implement capital modifications to meet the site needs within the organization capability.  3. Implement corrective actions process and learnings to improve modification development and execution.  4. Ensure that fleet lessons learned and good practices are shared and implemented.  5. Ensure that resources are shared across the fleet to improve efficiency.  6. Work closely with the Project Management department and site design organization to ensure the efficient implementation of modifications.  7.  Leadership, mentorship and coordination of intermediate and junior Electrical personnel MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Minimum education required of the position B.S. degree from an ABET Accredited College in engineering or other discipline generally associated with power plant operations, or Equivalent Experience. Desired - B. S. Electrical Engineering from an ABET Accredited College Minimum experience required of the position 5 years' experience in nuclear power design, engineering, construction, maintenance, operations, Planning Scheduling & Outage, licensing or equivalent. Minimum knowledge, skills and abilities required of the position Technical understanding of nuclear generation principles and operation. Outstanding communication, conflict management, and change management skills. Proficiency with current computer business applications. Any certificates, licenses, etc. required for the position Professional engineer's license is preferred. Candidates must meet or exceed ANSI/ANS 3.1-1978 and ANSI Section 4.6.1. ANSI Section 4.6.1- Engineer in Charge Position: At all sites, this is the Engineering Supervisors or individuals serving in a supervisory capacity. OTHER ATTRIBUTES Functional Knowledge - Requires understanding and application of procedures and concepts within ELECT/I&C  discipline and basic knowledge of other disciplines. Experience with preparing and/or reviewing power plant electrical drawings, calculations and equipment specifications. Experience with plant electrical power system analysis software such as ETAP and EDISON. Experience analyzing relay coordination and working with Time-Current Coordination curves (TCCs) and arc-flash hazard assessments. Experience with selection and application of electrical components including motors, transformers, protective relaying, breakers, inverters, large lead storage batteries, battery chargers and inverters Prior performance of design related calculations (voltage drop, breaker coordination, load study analysis, instrument setpoints, etc.) Experience in developing I&C analog/digital modification details of existing power plant component control systems Business Expertise - Applies understanding of how the team relates to other closely related areas to improve efficiency of own team. Leadership - Manages a generally homogeneous team; adapts plans and priorities to meet service and/or operational challenges. Problem Solving - Uses judgment to identify and resolve day-to-day technical and operational problems. Impact - Impacts the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of own team and its contribution to the sub-function Interpersonal Skills - Uses tact and diplomacy to exchange information and handle sensitive issues.     #LI-PD1 Primary Location: Mississippi-Port Gibson Job Function: Engineering FLSA Status: Professional Relocation Option: Level II Union description/code: NON BARGAINING UNIT-NBU Number of Openings: 1 Req ID:84830
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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