-- Integrate FIN Team departmental activities into plant operations to ensure safe, reliable, cost efficient operation.
-- Provides FIN Team organizational guidance, direction, leadership, and planning for all departmental related activities.
-- Overall FIN Team direction, planning and performance of departmental cost activities to ensure achievement of budget goals.
-- Identify FIN Team training needs, contracts support, budget preparation, and oversight for departmental corrective action, training, and work activities.
-- Supports continued growth of FIN Team departmental employees.
-- Foster an environment of continuous improvement in Human Performance, Industrial Safety and Radiological performance.
-- Work effectively with the Management Team setting priorities, allocating resources, and driving to operational leadership.
-- Establishing an environment which fosters a strong safety culture.
-- Strong oral and written communication skills.
-- Strong management and leadership skills.
-- Strong teamwork and problem solving skills.
-- Ensures FIN Team compliance with applicable requirements, regulations, procedures, and specifications.
-- Serve as a member of the emergency response organization.
-- B.S. in Education, Engineering, or a related technical degree or equivalent experience. (Equivalent experience is defined as demonstrated success at the Superintendent level.)
-- 6 years of commercial nuclear power plant operations, maintenance, engineering, or security experience in the related discipline.
-- Technical proficiency in the assigned area.
-- 2 years previous supervisory experience.
-- Ability to gather data, make recommendations and decisions for complex problems.
-- Broad technical understanding of nuclear generation principles and operation.
See applicable Reg. Guides (i.e., RG 1.8), ANSI / ANS Standards (i.e., 3.1 - 1978), and site TSs / FSAR / Procedures for any additional specific requirements.
-- SRO or certification on BWR or PWR.
-- Refueling outage experience in the FIN Team.
-- Familiar with company policies and procedures.
-- Fossil plant experience in the related discipline.
-- Proficiency with current computer based applications.
As a provider of essential services, Entergy expects its employees to be available to work additional hours, to work in alternate locations, and/or to perform additional duties in connection with storms, outages, emergencies, or other situations as deemed necessary by the company.
Exempt employees may not be paid overtime associated with such duties.
Number of Openings
Relocation is APPROVED in accordance with the Entergy guidelines.
How To Apply
For consideration, all applications must be submitted online via www.entergy.com/careers and received by the job posting closing date.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Entergy is an Equal Opportunity Employer that promotes the development of all employees and encourages each individual to achieve as much success as their talents and initiative will allow.
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