Preparing the project startup manual, preparing system preoperational testing procedures and integrated system/unit test procedures and other similar required documents.
Manage the preparation, award and administration of specialty subcontracts as required to support commissioning activities (i.e.: chemical cleaning, oil flushing, hydrolasing, etc.).
Manage the training group on the project, ensuring the development of training program material intended for classroom and OJT training of client personnel as well as satisfactory execution of the classroom training portions of the program, both Bechtel and Vendor led instruction including necessary coordination and interface with Owner's training programs.
Provide input to engineering on system descriptions, operability reviews, vendor operating and maintenance manuals, design basis documents, etc. based on review of documents during development of the preoperational test procedures and executing of the commissioning to ensure all such documents are consistent.
Support preparation of the required regulatory authority document submittals as required.
Provide support to Engineering in development of test acceptance criteria.
Manage resolution and disposition of test deficiencies.
Prepare the overall startup and commissioning plan as well as oversee preparation of detailed startup plans for the project commissioning activities by other members of the startup team.
Monitor, manage and maintain all startup budget accounts.
Manage the processes for system turnover walk-downs, both Construction and Client turnovers, including development, tracking and resolution of punchlist items.
Work hours as required, including shift-work, overtime, weekends and holidays as necessary to support the project.
Prepare and give presentations to management, the client or others as directed.
Perform other duties as directed in support of project activities.
A minimum of 3 years Nuclear Plant Project Startup Management and Supervisory experience at a light water reactor facility.
A recognized degree in engineering, a hard science or mathematics from an accredited college or university, or a professional license in an appropriate engineering or scientific discipline from a recognized licensing board, or a current or previously held industry or military license/certification/qualification in electrical work, or a sufficient number of specialized courses in an appropriate engineering or scientific discipline to meet the job requirements, or extensive progressive work experience in the power generation industry.
Must be able to be certified to ANSI N45.2.6 Level III.
A minimum of 15 years multi-disciplined system testing experience at power generating facilities, refineries, chemical plants and/or other similar heavy industrial facilities with ability to test complete systems.
A minimum of 10 years experience performing work in a nuclear-fueled electric power production facility during preoperational, startup testing, or operational activities.
Must be able to walk at least 3 miles per day over uneven ground, be able to climb and descend stair towers 100’ in height at least 6 times per shift, climb and descend ladders 25’ in height at least 6 times per shift, climb on and maneuver on temporary scaffolds to access project equipment.
Must have the right to work and remain in the United States.
Must be able to obtain unescorted access for a U.S. commercial nuclear facility.