Develops programs, procedures, and practices to efficiently support all outage management activities. Provides coordination and direction as required to ensure that all activities associated with daily and outage plant schedule, plant system and component outages are executed as safely, efficiently, and expediently as possible.
º The incumbent, acting with delegated authority of the Plant Manager, provides direction to personnel and activities as required to ensure that all daily or outage efforts are performed as safely, efficiently, and expeditiously as possible; identifies priorities, and directs all critical path efforts. Recommends schedule changes and enhancements to ensure overall goals are met.
º The incumbent coordinates development of refueling, forced outages, and planned maintenance schedules. Develops and coordinates planned system and component outages with all appropriate functions and departments; interfaces with respective managers to determine priorities, temporary remedial actions, and resolve conflicts or discrepancies as required.
º The incumbent is responsible for assuming the Unit Outage Manager's duties when directed, and other tasks as deemed appropriate.
º The incumbent is responsible for such activities as initiating and revising plant instructions, and providing feedback on corporate standards; providing input to the Unit Outage Manager for improvements in personnel performance, and providing input for process improvements.
º Directs the activities of the department outage coordinators and Operations, Maintenance and Modifications, Technical Support, Site Engineering, Materials, Radiological Protection, Chemistry, and Quality Assurance activities to ensure safe, efficient, and expeditious performance of all critical path efforts.
º Recommends schedule changes and enhancements to ensure overall goals are met.
º Evaluates/reviews site instructions and corporate standards and provides feedback for improvement.
º Evaluates planning, scheduling, and outage performance and programs, and provides improvement methods.
º Performs tasks and oversees programs as directed by the Unit Outage Manager.
º Terminates any department activities which are not being carried out in accordance with applicable procedures, specification, regulation, requirements, or acceptable practices. Ensures the termination of any activity which jeopardizes personnel safety, equipment safety, or continued power generation.
Minimum Eligibility Factors:
º Bachelor's degree in engineering, scientific-related discipline or equivalent related experience.
º Hold or have held an SRO license or certification is desirable.
º Four to six years of responsible nuclear power experience in areas such as maintenance, operations, engineering, technical support, quality assurance, construction, of which a minimum of two years is nuclear experience; two years supervisory experience is preferred.
º Must be able maintain requirements for nuclear plant access.
TVA is an Equal Opportunity employer and complies with all applicable laws and regulations regarding equal employment opportunities. TVA gives hiring preference to qualified U.S. citizens and other protected individuals (green card holders, asylees, etc.) for all job vacancies. Between qualified U.S. citizens and other protected individuals, TVA gives hiring preference to equally qualified born or naturalized U.S. citizens.
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