Job ID: 148959
Date Posted: 01/16/2020
System One is a talent partner for the Entergy Corporation providing staffing and workforce solutions across their operations in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. The partnership has been active for multiple years and System One takes great pride in ensuring Entergy has the professional talent required to operate their business. Entergy is an integrated energy company engaged primarily in electric power production and retail distribution operations. Entergy owns and operates power plants with approximately 30,000 megawatts of electric generating capacity, including nearly 9,000 megawatts of nuclear power. Entergy delivers electricity to 2.9 million utility customers and has annual revenues of approximately $11 billion and more than 13,000 employees.
Responsible for reviewing and assessing fleet activities and recommending process improvements for IS/HU.
1. Govern fleet processes, practices, and procedures to fleet standardized best practices in the area of interest. Eliminate regional and to the extent practicable, site specific procedures. Drive fleet practices to standardization and optimization by achieving consensus among site managers of the respective discipline. If consensus cannot be achieved then direct activities as appropriate. Provides oversight to verify consistent implementation of standardized policies, programs, and processes. This is done by site visits for governance oversight. Observations, Interactions, and Review of documents to ensure adherence. Briefs with Performance Manager and General Manager to ensure site understands performance. Assesses site functional area performance through personal observation, performance assessments from NIOS, review of performance metrics, review of self-assessments, and other available inputs.
2. Review fleet work assignments to ensure the site staffs are responding appropriately to fleet and organizational needs. Monitor and review fleet standardization activities. Ensuring site and corporate management have a clear picture of functional area performance via monthly area summary reports and trip reports. Following up on recovery plan, INPO evaluation, and mid-cycle assessment corrective action progress for their sites. Participating in performance improvement deep-dives, Corporate Event Response Teams, and leadership assessments as required. Participating in mid-cycle assessments as specified in EN-LI-128, Mid-Cycle Assessment Process.
3. Inform Manager, Fleet IS/HU of progress of fleet activities. Coordinate with the Oversight organization to assess site adherence to fleet practices. Maintaining intrusive oversight of the stations to which they are assigned.
4. Review procedures and documentation which governs and controls fleet activities. In charge of HUIS procedures to ensure the procedure meets industry excellence standard.
5. Represent the fleet at meetings with industry, regulators, INPO, etc. to discuss and resolve matters effecting nuclear plant safety, industrial safety, radiological safety, and environmental conditions. Participate in NISHA, ANS, HU and IS industry groups, and INPO E&As
6. Recommend necessary training as required. Propose design changes that improve fleet station and personnel efficiency. Serve as regional center Duty Manager and as a member of the corporate/regional center Emergency Response Organization. Review industry training and compare to Entergy training to ensure we are maintaining excellence.
Minimum education required of the position
B.S. degree in Engineering or other scientific discipline generally associated with power plant operations or Equivalent Experience. (Equivalent Experience is defined as demonstrated success at the supervisor level)
Minimum experience required of the position
10 years experience in nuclear power design, construction, maintenance, operations, radiation protection, production, or equivalent. 4+ years of supervisory experience required.
Minimum knowledge, skills and abilities required of the position
Technical proficiency in the assigned area. Technical understanding of nuclear generation principles and operation.
Any certificates, licenses, etc. required for the position
SRO license or certification on BWR or PWR (desired).