Oversee the performance of engineering functions on a group level to support the safe and efficient generation of electricity using nuclear power
Manage engineering work assignments to ensure the group is responding appropriately to department and organizational needs
Control engineering cost through maximization of staff productivity and tracking expenditures within budget parameters
Monitor personnel and group effectiveness in achieving established goals.
Function as a team leader as needed
Communicate with all levels of the organization including representing the department at all meetings
Propose process and design changes that improve station and personnel efficiency
Ensure all activities are performed within regulatory and procedural guidelines
Supervise personnel performance and resolve employee conflict or concerns
Interface with other Entergy sites to implement best practices in a standardized approach
Interface with regulatory and industry representatives on behalf of station activities
Communicate technical information, concepts, and ideas verbally and in writing
B.S. Degree in Mechanical or Civil Engineering.
5 years experience in nuclear power design, construction, maintenance, operations, P&SO, or equivalent.
Technical proficiency in the assigned area.
Technical understanding of nuclear generation principles and operation.
ANSI Section 4.6.1 Engineer in Charge Position: At all sites except GGNS, this is the Engineering Supervisors or individuals serving in a supervisory capacity (according to the GGNS UFSAR this is the Engineering Director (UFSAR Table 13.1-2)).
(1) Bachelors Degree in Engineering or Physical Sciences.
(2) 3 years of professional level experience in nuclear services, nuclear power plant operation, or nuclear engineering and the overall nuclear background to determine when to call consultants and contractors for dealing with complex problems beyond the scope of the organizations expertise.
3 years experience in the engineering department.
Professional engineering license.
Good communication, conflict management, and change management skills.
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.
Entergy Corporation - 13 months ago