Responsible for oversight and alignment of Emergency Planning Programs for all Entergy Nuclear sites.
Specific duties include, but are not limited to:
Drive standardization of EP processes, policies, and methods across the fleet.
Develop fleet-wide responses to NRC directives and federal regulations.
Coordinate activities with site EP departments to maximize efficiency, and to direct resources where
they are most needed to benefit the fleet.
Respond to sites as directed by the Director, Emergency Planning when issues arise that require
additional expertise and/or oversight.
Control corporate EP group cost through maximization of staff productivity, review of union contracts,
and tracking expenditures within budget parameters.
Represent the company at industry working group meetings, conferences, and other external
Emergency Planning related activities.
Represent the corporate EP group at meetings to discuss and resolve matters effecting Emergency
Responsible for development and implementation of common fleet processes, procedures, technology,
facilities and infrastructure.
Function as Corporate Duty Manager as required.
Fill in for the Director, Emergency Planning when he/she is unavailable.
Manage projects to standardize EP processes, programs, and documents to facilitate resource sharing
and execution in a consistent and high quality fashion.
Manage large fleet-wide EP projects
Interface with regulatory and industry representatives on behalf of fleet EP activities.
Reports to: Dir, Emergency Planning
B.S. Degree in Engineering or other scientific discipline generally associated with power plant operations
or Equivalent Experience. (Equivalent Experience is defined as demonstrated success at the Manager
level. A degree is very strongly preferred.)
10 years experience in nuclear power emergency planning, operations, training, maintenance, radiation
protection, or equivalent.
5 years of this experience in a responsible managerial position in an operating nuclear power plant.
Technical proficiency in Emergency Planning.
Technical understanding of nuclear generation principles and operation.