We are hiring an experienced leader as Supervisor of Nuclear Electrical Systems Engineering oversees four diverse engineering disciplines: the electrical system engineering element, the instrumentation and controls system engineering element, the computer systems element as well as the plant cyber security element. The position is necessary to monitor, mentor, develop, and coach the performance of employees. The supervisor also prioritizes and assigns work for the group while reviewing and accepting the results. The supervisor works with engineering supervisors and the management team, and cross-departmentally for alignment and resolution of plant, administrative and organizational issues.
This role is responsible for providing supervision of Engineering staff to ensure proper development of solutions to electrical/control systems engineering problems. Includes working with various manufacturers, vendors, and technical/engineering representatives to resolve system problems.
Accountable for the performance of a team or unit. Actively seek and share own knowledge of industry trends, competitors, etc., that affect the business unit and/or Energy Harbor. Analyze complex issues and develop actionable recommendations. Assign tasks and manage personnel to ensure due dates and completions standards are met. Continually seek opportunities to increase customer satisfaction and broaden/deepen relationships; anticipate customers' needs, and propose alternative solutions when necessary. Coordinate and supervise the daily activities of a business support, technical, or production team; make decisions guided by policies, procedures, and business plan. Develop and complete investigations and corrective actions in accordance with the Corrective Action Program. Develop outage and routine maintenance activity lists. Drive continuous improvement across the business unit and Energy Harbor Encourage open, honest, direct, and ongoing conversation among team members. Ensure activities are completed in accordance with standardized Energy Harbor practices, policies, and procedures. Ensure satisfactory performance and qualification of assigned personnel; coordinate training activities for assigned personnel; and develop assigned personnel for increased responsibility and more demanding roles. Ensure technical adequacy of all corrective actions to resolutions of system/component problems. Ensure technical adequacy of all generated engineering products including calculations, conceptual designs, and Engineering Change Packages. Execute the performance management process by providing feedback and coaching on an ongoing basis throughout the year by discussing development opportunities, performance issues, and changes that are occurring, as well as conducting mid-year and year-end performance reviews with employees to achieve established objectives. Identify, troubleshoot, and resolve equipment problems. Interface with and coordinate activities performed by outside engineering/consulting service companies. Interface with other groups to resolve issues as required. Lead, educate, and direct others to improve team effectiveness and communicate results/recommendations to varying audiences (including senior leadership). Maintain a high level of safety commitment throughout day-to-day functions. Manage the completion of activities to meet specified quality and timeliness requirements, as required to support site operations (both outage and on-line). Participate in Fleet process improvements for the unit and with other organizational elements. Perform Emergency Response Organization activities as assigned, including on-call responsibilities. Provide corrective action or work management database tracking or issuance of unit work documents. Provide input for interface with regulatory and oversight agencies. Report to manager on the progress of various projects,and advise on any issues that could impair the successful completion of projects. Responsible for group-level budget to address technical support and training/qualification requirements. Understand and schedule work according to departmental budget. Responsible for work assignment, meeting outage milestones, and routine administrative duties. Set priorities for the team to ensure task completion; coordinate work activities with other supervisors and/or managers. Work effectively with different parts of the organization; broaden, deepen, and maintain relationships at all levels. Requirements:
Bachelor of Science Degree Engineering or related technical field. Minimum of three to five years of experience in nuclear engineering, maintenance, operations, or a related field/function. The selected candidate shall be competent in technical matters related to plant safety and other engineering and scientific support aspects. Must reside within site-specific Emergency Response Organization response time. Preferred Requirements:
Three years of previous supervisory/leadership experience. Ability to make accurate decisions and demonstrate sound judgment. Ability to work well under pressure. Advanced degree. Current or former Senior Reactor Operator (SRO) License/Certification. Demonstrated ability to both contribute to and execute an agreed-upon strategy for driving improvement in an organization. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities and the ability to lead others in achieving goals for the benefit of the business unit and Energy Harbor Demonstrated leadership capabilities, positive attitude, and results orientation that can improve design and operating margin and promote continuous improvements in product quality. Effective written and verbal communication skills, including the capability to effectively interface with all audiences across the organization. Exceptional relationship management, leadership, teamwork, and managerial skills. Familiarity with nuclear power plant design and licensing basis documents and the processes used to maintain them. Highly driven, self-motivated, and enthusiastic leader capable of communicating, motivating, and driving workforces toward positive change and improvement. Professional Engineer Registration.
FirstEnergy Corp. is a diversified energy company headquartered in Akron, Ohio. Its subsidiaries and affiliates are involved in the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity, as well as energy management and other energy-related services. Its seven electric utility operating companies comprise the nations fifth largest investor-owned electric system, serving 4.5 million customers within 36,100 square miles of Ohio, Pennsylvania and New Jersey; and its generation subsidiaries control more than 14,000 megawatts of capacity. Our Corporate Vision is to become a leading regional energy provider. FirstEnergy continues to explore a wide range of technologies to improve customer service, reduce costs and increase revenues. We've enhanced customer service through a redesigned Customer Service Web site and implementation of an interactive voice recognition system. FirstEnergy Solutions Corp., an unregulated subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp., offers a wide range of energy and related products and services, including the generation and sale of electricity and energy planning and procurement. It supplies electricity to over 400,000 customers and manages the energy and procurement needs for over 120,000 accounts in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Maryland and New Jersey.
FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Company (FENOC) FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Company (FENOC), a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp., operates the corporations three nuclear power facilities: the two-unit Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Station in Shippingport, Pennsylvania; the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station in Oak Harbor, Ohio; and the Perry Nuclear Power Plant in Perry, Ohio. Together, these facilities produce nearly 4,000 megawatts of electricity nearly a third of our companys generating capacity.
FENOC is committed to safe, reliable and secure operations of our nuclear plants. That commitment is reflected in FENOCs Vision statement: People with a strong safety focus delivering top fleet operating performance.
Like all nuclear plants, FENOCs facilities are designed with a safety philosophy based on multiple layers of protection. That philosophy is combined with a commitment to excellence in management, a dedicated workforce and ongoing education and training.
FENOC has also coordinated with local, state and federal agencies to establish emergency procedures for protecting the health and safety of the public. These plans have passed rigorous standards set by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and are tested regularly.
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