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ITAAC Project Manager - Nuclear
Ref No.: 18-07133
Location: Augusta, Georgia
Large Energy client seeks an ITAAC Project Manager to join their team in central Georgia. Wll oversee peformance of all construction activities relative to project design and nuclear standards. Stong Electrical and I&C background relating to ITAAC is mandatory. At minnimum need tot either have experience or familiarity with the AP-1000 plant. 12+ month contract. Per Diem. Excellent opportunity!


Function:
  • Responsible for assuring the documentation and performance of construction work activities, engineering analyses, and required testing provide objective evidence
  • Will work to meet the design commitment and acceptance criteria for the inspections, tests, and analyses related to requirements listed in the 3&4 reactors UFSAR.
  • Will leverage technical expertise, nuclear regulatory acumen, and project management skills.
  • This position includes coverage for U3 & U4 Electrical and I&C Construction related ITAAC for the Nuclear Island.

Experience:
  • Bachelor's degree from an Engineering major is required, Electrical Engineering degree is preferred
  • Minimum five (5) years combined experience in one or multiple of the following: Plant Modifications, Engineering Design, Regulatory Affairs, Simulator/HFE, SRO is preferred, System Engineering, Construction Engineering

Preferred Attributes:
  • Previous experience working in plant construction, ITAAC, regulatory compliance
  • Ability to interpret electrical and I&C design drawings
  • Previous construction field work package review desired
  • Knowledge of NRC and Industry codes and standards for construction
  • Proven ability to succeed while working on cross-functional project teams
  • Strong oral and written communications skills
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities with tight deadlines
  • Ability to achieve issue resolution among diverse organizations
  • 10 CFR 52 Licensing process experience and/or Familiarity with AP 1000 plant
  • Will work approximately 10% field work and 90% office
  • Environmental Qualification and Seismic experience
  • Project Management Certification (PMP) or Professional Engineering License is a plus