The Program engineer performs monitoring, trending and assessing respective Program to improve reliability and ensure the station is meeting regulatory and industry best practices and provide industry leadership. Perform and support Program assessments, outage work scoping, Program related technical evaluations, troubleshooting and special Programmatic inspections by regulators, on site groups and industry peers. Tasks include management of Program documentation, Program health reports, Program notebooks, and Program related procedures ensuring Program compliance with regulatory and design/license basis requirements.
Participate in the Industry to ensure implementation of best practices at for Hope Creek. Job Responsibilities The Site Program engineer also: Provides support to the site on complex and strategic Program and process issues and participate in outages Provides strategy and support for special Programmatic inspections by regulators and industry. Attends and represent PSEG Nuclear at industry conferences, training and meetings.
Leads diverse teams in resolving station issues. Supports Emergency Preparedness Plan. Supports the Engineering Duty Team Job Specific Qualifications Required: BS Degree in Engineering or similar technical degree 8 years of experience Excellent written & oral communication skills Ability to support shift work during plant outages and emergent situations Ability to meet Nuclear requirements for Unescorted Site Access and access industrial areas of a nuclear power plant Desired: Nuclear experience Plant systems integration such as System, Program or Design Engineering, or other station functional experience Familiar with IVVI/ISI programs for BWR.
Experience in projects, investigations, or cross-functional teams/vendors.