-- Manages the execution of the Operations Training program functions.
-- Provides overall direction, planning and performance of Operations Training group activities to ensure achievement of budget goals.
-- Integrate Operations Training activities into plant operations to ensure safe, reliable, cost efficient operation.
-- Provides organizational guidance, direction, leadership, and planning for Operations training related activities.
-- Interfaces with the Operations Manager to determine how training resources can best be applied to improve Operations performance.
-- Identify training needs, contracts support, budget preparation, and oversight for training departmental corrective action, training, and work activities as related to Operations Training.
-- Work effectively with the Management Team setting priorities, allocating resources, and driving to operational leadership.
-- Establishes an environment which fosters a strong safety culture. Ensures training provided to site personnel reinforces these principles.
-- Ability to gather data, make recommendations and decisions for complex problems.
-- Strong oral and written communication skills.
-- Strong management and leadership skills.
-- Strong teamwork and problem solving skills.
-- Ensures compliance with applicable requirements, regulations,
-- SRO or certification on BWR or PWR.
-- Awareness and understanding of federal regulations associated with initial and continuing license operator training, simulator testing and fidelity, and NRC examination development.
-- 10 years of commercial nuclear power plant training or operations experience.
-- Technical proficiency in training and an understanding of the systematic approach to training.
-- Broad technical understanding of nuclear generation principles and operation.
-- Established relationships with the NRC and INPO.
-- B.S. in Education, Engineering, or a related technical degree.
-- Refueling outage experience.
-- Familiar with company policies and procedures.
-- Proficiency with current computer based applications.
-- 2 years previous experience as a supervisor.
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.