||The individual will serve as a Mechanical Engineer for the Major Projects Engineering. This individual will work to provide engineering support for ongoing and new projects.
Examples of current activities may include the following:
1. Acts a Mechanical engineer responsible for the development of Engineering Change packages, Design Input Calculations, Specifications, and other assorted engineering Documents.
2. This position will require active coordination with station System and Component Engineers, Station Maintenance Organization, Regulatory Compliance, Procedure Writers, Work Planning, and other groups as identified to actively manage multiple work tasks; including:
a. Maintaining close working relationship with Implementation Manager to track progress of scheduled work.
b. Managing required procedure and UFSAR changes by submitting supporting documentation for Applicability Determinations and 50.59 Evaluations.
3. Working knowledge of licensing documents such as a Safety Evaluation Report (SER), and Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) as well as key Design Basis documents including calculations, system and program descriptions, and engineering drawings.
1. Demonstrate ability to independently originate complex engineering analyses utilizing Fathoms fluid flow software.
2. Demonstrate working knowledge of ASME/ANSI piping and component codes.
3. Working knowledge of engineering in nuclear plants including Engineering Design Change processes.
4. Graduation from a four-year college or university with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
5. Minimum 5 to 10 years experience at a nuclear utility.
6. Demonstrate excellent technical writing skills.
7. Demonstrate leadership attributes and assumes full responsibility for assignments.
8. Demonstrate effective planning and time management skills to achieve desired results with minimal supervision.
9. Demonstrate effective communication, speaking, and negotiating skills.
10. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
11. Demonstrate experience with fluid system design.
1. Experience at a Client nuclear facility with a working knowledge of the work control processes (initiate, plan, schedule, etc.).
2. Previous experience as a Component, Program, Startup/Testing or System/Plant Engineer in a related area.
3. Understanding of basic principles of project management.
4. Understanding of Passport / Nuclear Asset Suite software tool (NAS, Ventyx, etc.)
5. Previous 50.59 and Applicability Determination qualifications.
6. Demonstrate experience in the design of high energy steam systems.
7. Documented industry utility qualifications that meet INPO/ACAD 98-004 Criteria.
8. Knowledge of NFPA 805 requirements.
• Bach degree in Mechanical Eng or related Technical field