- Integrate I&C departmental activities into plant operations to ensure safe,
reliable, cost efficient operation.
---Performs work in the maintenance, repair, modification, and troubleshooting of equipment.
--Performs maintenance, inspection, repair, testing, and surveillance on plant equipment.
--Repairs reactor protection circuitry, fuel handling equipment, turbine protective circuitry, feed water instrumentation & control systems, radiation monitoring equipment, and other plant instrumentation and control systems.
--Implements and performs preventive maintenance on I&C equipment.
--Identifies problems, defects, and failures which degrade component and system integrity and reliability.
--Assists Engineering with testing and evaluations.
-- Performs skilled work involving reactor system instrumentation & control, control rod drive instrumentation, and nuclear instrumentation.
--Performs technical reviews of procedures and other documents.
--Serves as a member of the Emergency Response Organization.
Qualifications, Experience, & Physical Requirements:
I&C Technician 1:
--High School diploma or GED.
** NAVY NUCLEAR OR CANDIDATES WITH INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL EXPERIENCE
ANSI Section 4.5.2 Technicians The standard specifies this as Journeymen Level Personnel.
Nuclear Control Technician
Nuclear Control Technician (I&C)
Radiation Protection Technician
Minimum of 3 years of working experience in their specialty.
Minimum of 1 year of the experience should be related technical training.
High degree of manual dexterity.
Individuals in training or apprentice positions are not considered technicians or maintenance personnel for purposes of
defining qualifications in ANSI/ANS 3.1 section 4 Qualification, but are permitted to perform work for which
qualification has been demonstrated.
See applicable Reg. Guides (i.e., RG 1.8), ANSI / ANS Standards (i.e., 3.1 - 1978), and site TSs / FSAR / Procedures for any additional specific requirements.
--Related vocational, trade school, apprentice program, or equivalent military training.
--Ability to make semi-technical calculations involved in the electrical area.
--Experience in nuclear power plant maintenance.
--Ability to use required tools and equipment and possess capability to make complex repairs & adjustments on plant I&C equipment.
-- Communicate technical information, concepts, and ideas verbally and in writing.
--Be familiar with company safety rules.
-- Ability to read prints, verbal comprehension, and the ability to troubleshoot and repair I&C equipment.
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.