Nuclear, Project Manager
FPL Group (Florida Power & Light) - Florida City, FL

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Responsible for the completion of assigned complex or long term projects within budgetary and scheduling guidelines. Independently handles moderately complex projects, and/or projects for small to medium sized areas, requiring in-depth knowledge of the Nuclear industry, specifically relating but not limited to engineering.


Bachelor's in Engineering or similar field is required. Minimum of 5 years of experience necessary managing high volume projects in an engineering environment (Project Management experience) preferably in the nuclear industry. PMP desired.

Company Description:
FPL, this acronym stands for Florida Power & Light, which is one of the biggest and fastest-growing electric companies in the United States. They have been providing cost-effective electric services to their customers for over 80 years and nowadays, they count with over 4.3 million of them. Florida Power & Light Company is one of the largest, fastest-growing and top-performing electric utilities in the nation. In 2007, FPL's average number of customer accounts grew by 87,000 to 4.5 million. FPL uses a diverse mix of fuels at its power plants to generate reliable electricity. Because of its fuel mix, FPL is recognized as a clean-energy company, with one of the lowest emissions profiles among U.S. utilities. In fact, coal ?? the highest carbon emitting fuel ?? makes up almost 50 percent of the national fuel mix. By comparison, FPL currently obtains most of its electricity (52 percent) from clean-burning natural gas. Nuclear power, which produces no greenhouse gas emissions, is responsible for another significant portion (19 percent) of power production. As Florida continues to grow, it is FPL??s responsibility to plan new power plants to ensure that electricity needs are met while preserving Florida??s environment. FPL is working with state regulators to find a balanced approach by considering the benefits of each type of fuel source to continue to supply reliable, clean energy at a stable price.