Vogtle 3 & 4 Systems Manager
This position reports to the Site Engineering Director in the Operational Readiness organization of Vogtle 3 & 4. The position is responsible for leading a group of approximately 30 engineers and support staff. The group is tasked with performing System Engineering responsibilities to ensure high levels of equipment reliability for Plant Vogtle Units 3 & 4. These duties include establishing and maintaining AP913 based programs such as System Health Monitoring and Reporting and the Preventive Maintenance Program including metrics necessary to drive overall station performance and performance improvement. During the construction phase responsibilities also include developing or overseeing the development of other Engineering Programs, developing Initial Fuel Load strategies, preparing for Preoperational and Startup testing and other activities necessary to support construction and preparing the station for commercial operation.
Developing required system engineering programs including, but not limited to system health monitoring and reporting program and the Preventive Maintenance program including their associated metrics.
Ensuring the necessary system expertise is developed to support station operation.
Developing the fuel load through 100% power strategies for the station.
Ensuring pre-operational testing is positioned to turn over fully functional systems that meet design specifications by preparing Engineering personnel to participate in the pre-operational test program.
Supporting and reinforcing SNC Standards and Behaviors.
Ensuring project budgets are adequate and controlled, implementation schedules are maintained and technical objectives are met.
Ensuring personnel are qualified to perform assigned tasks.
Leading or supporting SNC and industry assessments.
Working with counterparts within Nuclear Development and across the SNC fleet to balance short-term and long term strategic personnel needs, including the development of key leadership talent.
Supporting engineering procedure development needed to operate and maintain the new units.
Being personally involved in recruiting, hiring, on boarding, training, qualification, technical development, assignment to positions, leadership development and performance management of the engineering staff. Ensure development of key leadership talent and establish robust succession plans.
Developing the strategic plans for the Systems Engineering organization.
Educational Requirements :
BS in Engineering, or PE license required
5 years experience in nuclear power required
Previous supervisory experience required
Previous management experience desired
Excellent oral and written communications skills required
Thorough understanding of nuclear plant processes and systems required
Senior Reactor Operator experience preferred
Develops strategy and conveys a clear vision of the future
Makes principle centered, data-based practical decisions that take critical factors into account
Manages financial performance to contain cost
Ability to work cross-functionally with other departments and other organizations
Delivers quality, timely, and cost effective engineering products aimed at maintaining the fleet at a state of high availability and reliability
Shapes employees and stakeholders opinions
Works through conflicts to create win/win situations
Supports people to develop to their full potential
Holds others accountable for superior results and living the Southern Style
Builds a strong team that achieves results
Respects the dignity of every individual and different views
Assumes personal responsibility for individual and corporate success
Practices performance management
Supports a safety conscious work environment and Nuclear safety culture by aggressively promoting the identification and correction of safety issues and fostering a conservative decision making environment that drives nuclear safety
Engages the workforce to achieve a goal of zero personnel injuries (Target Zero)
Ensures engineering human performance tools are used to reduce the incidence of errors and prevent significant events
Develops detailed schedules and budgets to effectively multiple manage capital projects
Demonstrated problem solving skills in any engineering discipline
Other Requirements :
Occasional travel required to other fleet and industry nuclear sites including travel to China.
Must meet SNC background screening and NRC
Fitness for Duty requirements
With 4.4 million customers and more than 42,000 megawatts of generating capacity, Atlanta-based Southern Company (NYSE: SO ) is the premier energy company serving the Southeast. A leading U.S. producer of electricity, Southern Company owns Alabama Power, Georgia Power, Gulf Power, Mississippi Power, Southern Nuclear, Southern Power, SouthernLINC Wireless and Southern Telecom. Southern Company also has a growing competitive generation company. Southern Company brands are known for excellent customer service, high reliability and retail electric prices below the national average. Southern Company is consistently listed among the top U.S. electric service providers in customer satisfaction by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI).
We offer a competitive compensation package. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Southern Company - 17 months ago