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Systems Engineer STP - STP Nuclear Operating Company - TX - US-Region IV (West)
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Systems Engineer


Job Category: Engineer
Posted on: 10/22/2019 by STP Nuclear Operating Company
Job reference #: 432

Location
STP Nuclear Operating Company, TX US-Region IV (West)
Address: P.O. Box 289
Zip/Postal Code: 77483
 
Compensation Why is Pay Rate not specified?
Unspecified Wage
Unspecified Per Diem

 
Duration
  • Long Term

Expiration Date 01/20/2020

Job description
STP Nuclear Operating Company (STP) is one of the largest nuclear power plants nationwide, and is an industry leader in safety, reliability and efficiency, STP’s twin pressurized water reactors produce 2,700 megawatts of electricity, enough to serve more than one million homes in Austin, Corpus Christi, Houston, San Antonio and surrounding areas in south central Texas. The plant is located about 90 miles southwest of Houston on a 12,200 acre site near Bay City in Matagorda County.

The System Engineer provides expert-level technical support for the operation, maintenance, testing, and modification of assigned systems and programs. Reviews performance of assigned systems, components, and programs and recommends changes regarding operation, maintenance, or testing. Monitors and audits overall compliance programs, performs system and component trending, performs system walk-downs, performs corrective action management, monitors and maintains the preventive maintenance program for assigned systems or programs, and makes recommendations and implements changes as needed to the items described above. The System Engineer provides support as the technical conscience and reliability “Champion” for the station on their assigned system or program to ensure that equipment remains reliable and always ready to support nuclear safety and plant generation. The System Engineer position resides within the Strategic Engineering Department and interacts extensively with the other Engineering Departments, Operations, Maintenance, Work Control, and Chemistry.
EDUCATION
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Engineering Technology in Electrical, Computer Science or Engineering field. (Preferred)
Other: Master's degree in Engineering is the equivalent of 1 year experience.
Without a degree, five (5) years of experience any one or combination of the following is required:
1) Nuclear Plant Operations
2) Nuclear Plant Maintenance
3) Military Nuclear Operations or Maintenance
EXPERIENCE
•        Experience will determine the position/title and are listed below.
•        Previous experience in field engineering applications in support of maintenance is a plus
•        Previous experience in monitoring or developing preventive maintenance for electrical/instrumentation or control systems is a plus
•        Previous experience in monitoring performance trends on equipment is a plus
•        Previous experience communicating and advocating for appropriate system repairs or modifications is a plus

•        Engineer I: 1 Year engineering experience. (Required)
•        Engineer II: 2 Years engineering experience (minimum 1 year nuclear engineering experience. Advanced technical degree equivalent to 1 year experience. STP Experience strongly preferred. (Required)
•        Engineer III: 3 Years engineering experience. (1 year should be nuclear related). Advanced technical degree equivalent to 2 years’ experience. STP experience strongly preferred. (Required)
•        Engineer IV: 4 Years engineering experience (1 year should be nuclear related). Advanced technical degree equivalent to 1 years’ experience. STP Experience strongly preferred. (Required)
•        Senior: 5 Years + engineering experience. Two (2) years should be nuclear plant engineering, experience and application of engineering principles. STP experience preferred. (Required)
•        Staff: 8 Years + engineering experience. Advanced engineering tasks, two (2) years should be nuclear plant engineering experience and application of engineering principles. STP experience preferred. (Required)

LICENSE/CERTIFICATIONS
•        Not Applicable, no certifications are required or preferred.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
•        Develops, implements, and administers assigned programs. Provides technical support for the operation, maintenance, testing, and modification of assigned systems or programs.
•        Reviews performance of assigned systems and components and recommends changes regarding operation, maintenance, or testing.
•        Prepares/reviews/approves engineering documentation as necessary (e.g.: calculations, specifications, analysis, drawings, evaluations, etc.).
•        Performs equipment cause evaluations of plant failures and identifies corrective actions as necessary to ensure strong equipment reliability
•        Utilizes various forms of software to proactively trend for incipient conditions to prevent equipment failure.
•        Optimizes reliability vs financial effectiveness by ownership and advocacy of planned maintenance scope.
•        Prepares/reviews complex safety evaluations and significant hazards review for plant repairs and conditions.
•        Reviews and evaluates industry documentation and event reports for relevant application to STP and identifies appropriate corrective actions.
•        Coordinates work efforts within engineering, operations, and maintenance or external vendors to collect and interpret data, and implement recommended resolutions.
•        Provide input to the at-power and outage schedules, including prioritization, logic work grouping, etc for work being scheduled.
•        Periodically observe Maintenance work/testing and Operations that are being performed on key system components.
•        Perform bi-weekly system walk downs to maintain a current awareness of system condition/performance and to obtain data for performance monitoring depending on system or program assigned to support.
•        Systematically adjust preventive and predictive maintenance activities based on feedback from a variety of sources, including maintenance craft personnel, corrective, predictive and PM results (including PM as found condition codes), test results, vendor information, EPRI templates operating experience, equipment history and system walk downs.
•        Champion major maintenance and modifications that impact Plant Reliability or Generation and ensure these items are taken through the funding process
•        Evaluate proposed modifications to assigned systems or components, including cost/benefit analysis, and make recommendations on which modifications should be pursued
•        Provide engineering expertise when required to support complex plant issues or requests for assistance from other organizations.
•        Attend and complete Station, department or division required training as necessary for the position and as directed by your immediate supervision
•        Acts as "CHAMPION" for plant systems. Advocates system or program health with an emphasis on improving overall plant performance and reliability

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES
•        Accept ERO position as needed and be able to meet the time response requirements
•        Accept outage position as needed

SPECIAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION POSTED
•        Ability to read and interpret NRC and NEI documents to implement required programs.
•        Ability to obtain and maintain unescorted access
•        Strong written and verbal communications skills required.
•        Ability to work independently and interface with all levels of personnel required. • Ability to read and interpret engineering documents and drawings
•        Ability to use a personal computer and up-to-date software.

WORKING CONDITIONS
•        Overtime and alternate work schedules as needed
•        Support rotational engineering duty. Subject to callouts twenty-four hours per day seven days per week
•        Frequent field inspections in a plant environment and in all kinds of weather conditions. May require working outdoors and at night. Activities will involve climbing ladders and entering confined spaces
•        Travel may be required for business trips and training depending on the position

Other requirements
 
Degree
Unspecified

 
Experience
>1 year

 
Security Clearance
Unspecified

 
Qualifications
Unspecified

 

 

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Contact instructions
To Apply - Interested parties must apply for this position on-line through the STP Careers portal on the STP Nuclear Operating Company website: stpegs.com
STP NUCLEAR OPERATING COMPANY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY & AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER


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