Duties & Responsibilities:
Â· Manage the execution of the technical training program functions.
Â· Oversee the hiring, training, development and performance of technical training instructors.
Â· Ensure compliance with applicable requirements, regulations, procedures, and specifications.
Â· Provide planning, direction and oversight for technical training group activities to ensure achievement
of budget goals.
Â· Integrate technical training activities into plant operating schedules to ensure safe, reliable, cost
Â· Provide organizational guidance, direction, leadership, and planning for line training activities.
Â· Interface with the appropriate managers and superintendents to determine how training resources can
best be applied to improve line performance.
Â· Establish an environment which fosters a strong safety culture. Ensure training provided to site
personnel reinforces these principles.
Â· Serve as a member of the emergency response organization.
Reports to: Mgr, Training - Site
Qualifications, Experience, & Physical Requirements:
Â· 6 years of commercial nuclear power plant experience in any of the following areas: training,
operations, maintenance, RP, chemistry or engineering.
Â· A solid understanding of the systematic approach to training.
Â· Broad technical understanding of nuclear generation principles and operation.
Â· Ability to gather data, make recommendations and decisions for complex problems.
Â· Strong oral and written communication skills.
Â· Strong management and leadership skills.
Â· Strong teamwork and problem solving skills.
Â· B.S. in Education, Engineering, or a related technical degree.
Â· SRO license or certification.
Â· NRRPT or CHP certification.
Â· Refueling outage experience.
Â· Familiarity with company policies and procedures.
Â· 2 years previous experience as a supervisor or training program lead.
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.