Depending upon the desired qualifications of the successful candidate, the hiring manager may elect to fill this position at a higher level within the job hierarchy.
This position is for the manager of the Brunswick Fleet Reactor Service maintenance section consisting of craft, first line supervisors, and technical support personnel. The organization’s focus is to provide reactor service functions for Brunswick Nuclear Plant with a high priority on safety and quality. The candidate must possess strong leadership skills and an ability to influence individual and group behaviors that align with event free human performance. In addition, group productivity must be managed to accomplish plant work management and equipment reliability goals and the site Reactor Service operational budget.
Specific responsibilities include:
- Perform overall management responsibilities for reactor head disassembly/reassembly, defuel and refuel of the reactor core, new fuel receipts, and spent fuel dry cask activities.
- Direct group resources to align with both near and long term plant and fleet resources.
- Evaluate and resolve complex issues regarding work priorities, resources, and processes.
- Ensure all work activities are executed in accordance to administrative and technical procedures.
- Approve and oversee complex and critical Reactor Services maintenance activities.
- Review and approve technical procedures
- Provide oversight of budget planning and budgetary decisions.
- Review and approve individual and group training needs.
- Perform frequent field observations and coaching to ensure management expectations are met.
- Performance management of all employees in the group.
- Interface with site individuals from various departments to lead teams or resolve specific issues.
- Maintain good employee relations while establishing accountability for individual behaviors.
- Nuclear Security clearance required
- Nuclear Pre-Access Drug Screen
- Office and Nuclear Plant Environment
- Weekend work
- Occasional overtime
- Ability to support fleet outages at one or more sites
- High School Diploma or equivalent
- Five years of nuclear plant experience
- Three or more years of previous supervisory work experience or demonstrated ability to supervise or manage personnel
- Good working knowledge of nuclear plant procedures, practices, and processes.
- Demonstrated ability to speak and write in a clear, concise and effective manner appropriate to the particular setting and audience to include group presentations.
- Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with different levels of employees and management.
- Comprehensive knowledge of technical principles, theories, procedures and practices of nuclear power.
- Previous maintenance or reactor service experience
- Participation in nuclear plant performance assessments such as INPO evaluations
- Working knowledge of the accredited training program requirements such as familiarity with ETQS standards or participation on a training/curriculum review committee
- Demonstrated ability to manage projects or complex maintenance activities
- Track record of delivering results, high standards, and professionalism
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