Plan and prepare work packages for work to be performed by the respective maintenance departments (EM, IM, MM) to insure that the plant maintenance is performed in a safe, reliable, and efficient manner, in compliance with the QA manual, company policies, procedures, and applicable codes and standards.
- Verify work instructions are adequate and comply with all applicable station procedures including NSP’s, NSWP’s, ASME Code, etc. Approve and review all required work packages to ensure safety, high quality, technical rigor, and 10CFR50.59 screening or evaluation (if required).
- Plan and prepare work instructions that provide direction to the Maintenance Department for corrective maintenance repairs, performance of preventive maintenance and surveillance’s, and the implementation of modifications. Select and approve purchase, or make procurement recommendations for all materials needed for work package execution.
- Conduct field walkdowns to identify and analyze corrective and preventive maintenance, modification and surveillance activities and to provide input for refining and improving work package quality. Interface and collaborate with Work Management, Supply, Operations, and Engineering to identify and resolve work package issues.
- Provide project management of other system planners or contractors to develop detailed elements of overall package preparation.
- Develop revise, and review maintenance procedures to facilitate and enhance work package development, maintain compliance with codes, standards, and vendor recommendation, and maintenance direction.
- Participate in work control/scheduling meetings, planning feedback/craft interface time, detailed contract requisition reviews, complex troubleshooting, EQR2 reviews, detailed OPEX searches, Maintenance risk/CO request reviews, Planner peer reviews, and system interaction reviews to ensure applicable station processes and applicable changes are supported.
- Define procedures, drawings, equipment and materials required to performing planned work packages. Facilitate package preparation by preparing and/or submitting OOS’s, RWP’s, plant barrier impairments, welding/grinding permits, fire impairments, Operability impact statements, ALARA task outs, Regulatory/Code documentation, NOS hold/witness points, freeze seal and temporary leak repair documentation, and other requests.
Qualification & Experience:
- Successful completion of core supervisory/management training and development programs
- High school diploma with minimum of four years experience in the craft discipline that he/she is planning work packages
- 4-year or two year technical degree
- 5 years minimum experience in nuclear power plant operations
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Moline, IL, US
Application Deadline: N/A