TRAINING MANAGER - Plant Vogtle 1&2
Summary of Position Duties :
The Plant Vogtle 1&2 Training Manager will lead the Training Department and be responsible for:
Setting and reinforcing management standards and expectations in the field.
Monitoring performance and providing feedback to assigned personnel.
Ensuring instructors and training programs reinforce standards and expectations
Assisting with the selection and preparation of license candidates for hot license training.
Staying current by benchmarking with industry initiatives, trends, and new techniques for training program excellence
Training OE coordination
Training corrective action program (CAP) coordination
Implementing requirements to maintain INPO accreditation
Fire brigade training and drills preparation and coordination
Maintaining training related procedures
Maintaining assigned plant administrative procedures.
Ensuring the Security Force is trained, retrained, and qualified on procedures, weapons, and tactics to protect the plant from threats and intruders
Providing training for unescorted access along with OSHA, DOT, and other compliance commitments to SNC employees and others desiring site access
Ensuring Confined Space Rescue, First Responder, Fire Team and Fire Brigade members are trained, retrained, and qualified
Maintaining the materiel condition of the training facilities and equipment
Providing necessary support and normally filling a role in the Emergency Response Organization
Responsible for training and qualifications of assigned personnel
Leadership Requirements :
Ethical Behavior: Is widely trusted; deals fairly and ethically with everyone; presents facts in an honest and direct manner; keeps confidences; admits mistakes; tells the truth.
Innovation: Encourages the creative ideas of others; facilitates effective problem solving; demonstrates good judgment about which creative ideas will be effective; successfully works within budget and schedule constraints.
Diversity: Values differences in people; understands different perspectives and frames of reference; recognizes the link between diversity and organizational success and supports an inclusive workplace.
Customer Focus: Dedicated to meeting expectations and requirements of internal customers; gets first-hand input to meet expectations through improvements in work products and performance; acts with the needs of others in mind; maintains effective relationships across organizations.
Superior Performance : Creates and supports an effective nuclear safety culture; committed to the Principles of Nuclear Operations; sets high expectations for self; sets aggressive goals and holds self accountable; effectively deals with performance of direct reports and others in a candid and timely manner; assists direct reports in establishing career goals and developmental plans; provides challenging assignments to grow and develop employees; conducts frequent performance discussions; allows others to challenge ideas or decisions without being defensive.
Teamwork: Demonstrates knowledge and understanding about how the organization works; drives cross-functional ideas to achieve results; builds teamwork both within and outside of team; helps build strong morale in the workplace; fosters open communications; defines and recognizes successes of the team.
Business Knowledge and Skills : Develops strategy and conveys a clear vision of the future; makes practical decisions that take critical factors into account; manages financial performance to manage costs and grow revenue for the long term success of the company; projects a positive influence with employees and stakeholders; works through conflicts to create win/win situations and supports people to develop to their full potential.
Job Requirements :
Following are the minimum requirements for this position.
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related technical degree
- 8 years related work experience to include 5 years of nuclear plant experience
- 3 years supervisory/management experience
- Current or previous SRO license
Southern Nuclear, a subsidiary of Southern Company, manages and operates six nuclear power electric generating plants that provide approximately 20 percent of the electricity used in Alabama and Georgia. Southern Nuclear is leading the nuclear renaissance by building the first new U.S. nuclear reactors in more than 25 years. When completed, Plant Vogtle will be the largest nuclear facility in the U.S. with four reactors on one site.
- Detailed knowledge of plant procedures and regulations
- Detailed knowledge of plant systems and processes
- Systems approach to training process expertise
- Experience in INPO or other accreditation processes
With 4.4 million customers and more than 42,000 megawatts of generating capacity, Atlanta-based Southern Company (NYSE: SO ) is the premier energy company serving the Southeast. A leading U.S. producer of electricity, Southern Company owns Alabama Power, Georgia Power, Gulf Power, Mississippi Power, Southern Nuclear, Southern Power, SouthernLINC Wireless and Southern Telecom. Southern Company also has a growing competitive generation company. Southern Company brands are known for excellent customer service, high reliability and retail electric prices below the national average. Southern Company is consistently listed among the top U.S. electric service providers in customer satisfaction by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI).
Equal Opportunity Employer. 183640