Job Summary: The Fire Marshall will be responsible for the development, implementation and administration of the stations Fire Protection Program (FPP) and will also be responsible for providing technical support for the operation, testing, maintenance and design functions of the fire protection, fire detection and passive barrier systems. The individual will manage the day-to-day activities for the FFP which include impairments, hot work permits, fire watch programs, transient combustibles, coordination of fire drills and fire brigade activities, and oversight for other activities associated with the FPP. The individual will also:
Manage the interface with other departments and regulatory agencies by leading meetings and discussions to provide specific information and analysis to questions/problems.
Prepare, schedule and budget activities on a project level.
Prepare/review/approve fire hazard evaluations.
Review and evaluate industry documentation and event reports for relevant application to STP.
Prepare/review non-conforming component disposition and evaluate the extent of the condition and its affect on the component's ability to perform the required design function.
Provide independent support to Operations and Maintenance by conducting field investigations, inspections, and preparing solutions to problems.
Prepare/review investigations for apparent or root cause and generate recommendations for corrective action.
Coordinate activities for the fire watch coordinator and ensure that fire impairments are covered.
Requirements: A bachelors degree preferably in Engineering or Engineering Technology in a Fire Protection Program of accepted standing and a minimum of five (5) years experience in Fire Protection are required. Additional specifically related experience may be considered in lieu of the degree requirement. CFPS, FP or NFPA certification is preferred.
STP Nuclear Operating Company (STP) is one of the largest nuclear power plants nationwide, and is an industry leader in safety, reliability and efficiency, STPs twin pressurized water reactors produce 2,700 megawatts of electricity, enough to serve more than one million homes in Austin, Corpus Christi, Houston, San Antonio and surrounding areas in south central Texas. The plant is located about 90 miles southwest of Houston on a 12,200 acre site near Bay City in Matagorda County.
NukeWorker.com - 16 months ago
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