Electrical/ I&C/ Digital Engineer - Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant

Job Description Key Roles & Responsibilities  Working independently, the incumbent: Identifies and performs task as required to meet objectives Leads intepretation and analysis of complex issues Coordinates assigned projects, studies and initatives through completion Complies with safety policy and procedures to ensure a safe working environment Prepares and presents reports including recommendations to resolve complex issues Participates in and on occasion leads special projects and committees Leads complex problem solving efforts Required Minimum Education and Experience 4 yrs Bachelors degree in Engineering required.  Electrical or Nuclear Engineering (preferred) 6 yrs related job experience (preferred)  Skill Requirements Proficient computer skills in standard Windows programs (Excel, Word, etc) Team work and collaboration skills across organizational boundaries Able to communicate complex issues effectively through written and verbal communication Able to influence by establishing effective working relationships across organizational boundaries In-depth understanding of power plant equipment and systems Able to evaluate technical alternatives in light of their economic contribution to the business Able to apply systematic problem solving  processes to address complex issues Position Specific Job Duties and Skill Requirements Trend and monitor performance of electromechanical, electronic and microprocessor based relays and breakers Understand electrical component failure modes and mechanisms in order to assist maintenance personnel during troubleshooting. Work with vendors during failure analysis and repair of components. Produce health reports on electrical/I&C systems and components. Participate with industry groups for benchmarking and improving site programs. Work Environment Occasional long, irregular hours including work in excess of 12-hour days for extended periods Occasional travel between company facilities, and occasional overnight travel 40001680
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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