ITAAC Field Engineer - Nuclear
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ITAAC Field Engineer - Nuclear
Ref No.: 18-08990
Location: Augusta, Georgia
Large energy company seeks an ITAAC Field Engineer to join their team in central Georiga. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to review project schedules, applicable codes and standards, specifications and inspect day to day field construction activities at the clients 3&4 Construction Project. Job responsibilities will include performing internal constructability and methodology reviews of all aspects of the construction activities that support successful completion of ITAAC as defined in the client 3&4 Combined Operating License. 12+ month contract. Excellent opportunity!


JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Review project activities and advise management with regard to ITAAC related schedule requirements.
  • Ensure all assigned work is performed in accordance with the appropriate procedures, specifications, codes, standards, regulations, etc.
  • Ensure construction work packages include requirements which provide adequate documentation to support closure of ITAACs associated with the work package.
  • Abide by all safety rules and help establish and maintain a safe work environment.
  • Conduct field observations, constructability reviews, and capture lessons learned.
  • Analyze problems for solutions and review corrective action with Contractor.
JOB REQUIREMENTS

Education Requirements:
  • Technical degree or commensurate level of experience
Background/Experience Requirements:
  • Minimum of 5 years of combined experience in Plant Modifications, Engineering Design (Utility or A/E), System Engineering, Plant Operations, or Nuclear Construction/Start-Up is required
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience utilizing project management skills
  • Experience in ITAAC is a plus
Required Knowledge Skills & Abilities:
  • Skills and knowledge to facilitate review of technical requirements associated with construction activities, identify non-conformances, and verify sufficient corrective actions
  • Knowledge of construction standard practices, techniques, quality requirements, applicable codes and standards
  • Knowledge of NRC and Industry codes and standards for construction or modification of a nuclear facility; 10 CFR 52 licensing process and/or AP1000 familiarity is a plus
  • Knowledge of OSHA safety rules and safe work procedures and applicable environmental regulations
  • Proven ability to succeed while working on cross-functional project teams
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills to effectively convey important information, facts, and ideas
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities with challenging deadlines
  • Ability to build and sustain strong working relationships with all parties connected to the project
  • Ability to achieve issue resolution among diverse organizations
  • Ability to accurately appraise technical issues and recommend resolutions to problems
  • Ability to use Outlook, Word, and Excel at a minimum; Adobe, Access, and Visio are a plus
  • Ability to work well independently with minimum supervision or in a team environment
  • Ability to read and comprehend drawings, specifications, procedures, etc. as are commonly available on a construction project
  • Ability to reliably walk over gravel and sand surfaces that are uneven for distances over 1,000 yards.
  • Ability to climb step and rung ladders (unaided).
  • Ability to wear a safety harness and work at elevated heights.
  • Ability to remain alert for the duration of the shift (up to 13 hours routinely)
  • Ability to work nightshift if required