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Supv, Control Room-E2744
Entergy | Russellville, Arkansas
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Job Description

Primary Location: Arkansas-Russellville
Job Function: Power Plant
MRV Minimum Salary: $95,000.00
MRV Maximum Salary: $143,000.00
FLSA Status: Professional
Relocation Option: Approved in accordance with the Entergy guidelines
Union description/code: NON BARGAINING UNIT-NBU
Number of Openings: 4.00
Req ID: 73394
Travel Percentage:Up to 25%

 

JOB SUMMARY/PURPOSE
Ensures the safe and efficient operation of the plant, such that the health and safety of the workers and public are not jeopardized; give safety and quality a clear priority over schedule and cost; supervise the activities of the control room staff through all conditions of start up, shutdown power generation, and emergency. 

JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Monitors and supervises plant operations outside of the Control Room. Coordinates with the FSS and WCS to ensure that operations outside the Control Room are performed in a safe and controlled manner. Assumes the responsibilities and authorities of Shift leadership in the control room should leadership not be present during transient or accident conditions. Authorizes and manages Control room access.

Accepts signature authority for those tasks delegated by Shift leadership, except where specifically prevented by procedure. Assures compliance with all applicable regulations and procedures. Remains cognizant of radiological conditions and apply ALARA concepts to minimize personnel exposure. Authorizes, in conjunction with the SM and FSS, the implementation of scheduled or unscheduled work activities affecting station equipment, including corrective and preventative maintenance, modifications and protective tagging. Utilizes conservative decision making and human performance tools. Utilizes the station's corrective action programs to address issues and opportunities for improvement. Actively participates in training and personnel development opportunities. Participates in pre- and post-job evolutions.

Directs installation of jumpers & lifted leads in accordance with applicable EOPs. Thoroughly familiar with and adhere to the conditions and limitations of the station operating license, technical specifications, operating procedures, and all other applicable regulations. Thoroughly familiar with routine operating data, reports, and logs that are required to be maintained and ensure their completion by the end of the shift; review and evaluate the data to assure safe operation. Periodically evaluates line up deviations which are greater than 6 months. Determines the circumstances, analyzes the cause and recommends to Shift leadership that station operation can proceed safely before the reactor is returned to power following a plant trip or an unscheduled or unexplained power reduction. Is present for the assigned shift in the control room or on tour within the plant if relieved by Shift leadership.

Assesses component operability/reportability. Believes and responds to instrument indications, unless proven to be incorrect. Assists Shift leadership in planning, coordinating, and improving all facets of plant operations. Maintains a Senior Reactor Operator License. Informs Shift leadership of any abnormal conditions or changes to plant status and ensure initiation corrective actions. Performs the role of Senior Reactor Operator for core alterations.

Assists Shift leadership in completing performance evaluations of assigned personnel. Reduces reactor power or shuts down the reactor when the safety of the reactor is in jeopardy or when operating parameters exceed reactor protection set points and automatic shutdown does not occur. Recommends changes in plant procedures, personnel, operation, and equipment status to maximize plant and personnel efficiency use the ECI process, as appropriate. Interfaces with regulatory and industry representatives on behalf of station activities. Communicates technical information, concepts, and ideas verbally and in writing. Serves as a member of the Emergency Response Organization. Coordinates the implementation of work activities including corrective and preventive maintenance, modifications and protective tagging.

Work control supervisor provides the majority of planning and preparation for implementation. Conducts plant tours and performs periodic inspections and observations of work activities to ensure work practices, human performance tools and a safe work environment are being used and followed at all times. Conducts plant tours and perform periodic inspections and observations of work activities to ensure work practices, human performance tools and a safe work environment are being used and followed at all times. Staffs and supervises the building operators on the appointed shift through all conditions of start up, shutdown, power generation, and emergency operations. Assists Shift leadership in completing performance evaluations of assigned personnel. Performs other supervisory activities as assigned by line or station management.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Minimum education required of the position
B.S. Degree in Engineering or Sciences generally associated with nuclear power plant operations is highly desired but not required if NUREG 1021 and ACAD 10-001 are met.

Minimum experience required of the position
Desired: At least 2 years experience in operations.

Minimum knowledge, skills and abilities required of the position
Proficiency with current computer business applications. Outstanding communication and conflict management skills. Technical understanding of nuclear generation principles and operation.

Any certificates, licenses, etc. required for the position
Minimum Requirements for Control Room Supervisor are defined in NUREG 1021 and INPO ACAD 10-001, Rev. 1 Guidelines for Initial Training and Qualification of Operators. Candidates must be currently Senior Reactor Operator licensed or meet these requirements for initial license. Technical understanding of nuclear generation principles and operation. Meet the qualification requirements contained in EN-OP-137.

 

EEO Statement: The Entergy System of Companies provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a protected veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. The Entergy System of Companies complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment including, but not limited to, recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

The Entergy System of Companies expressly prohibits any form of unlawful employee harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of the Entergy System of Company employees to perform their expected job duties is absolutely not tolerated.

Entergy provides reasonable accommodations for online applicants. Requests for a reasonable accommodation may be made orally or in writing by an applicant, employee, or third party on his or her behalf.

 

Additional Responsibilities: As a provider of essential services, Entergy expects its employees to be available to work additional hours, to work in alternate locations, and/or to perform additional duties in connection with storms, outages, emergencies, or other situations as deemed necessary by the company. Exempt employees may not be paid overtime associated with such duties.

 

Pre-employment Testing: One way that Entergy has found to identify and assess the abilities and skills needed for certain jobs is through pre-employment testing. If this position does require an EEI test, the type of test will be located under the qualifications section of the job posting. If you are invited to a test session, we strongly recommend you review and complete the practice test as well as review the testing brochure for your respective test.  The test brochure will give you critical information on the test such as time allocated and number of questions.  Also, keep in mind that the actual test is timed; you should practice timing yourself while doing the practice tests. The practice test information and test brochures can be located by going to the EEI website, http://www.eei.org/practicetests, Logon ID:  entergy, password:  practice test (2 words).

In addition to EEI testing there is also Fit-for-Duty testing which will identify and assess the abilities and skills needed for certain jobs. If this position does require Fit-for-Duty testing, the type of test will be located under the qualifications section of the job posting.

About Entergy

Entergy Corporation (Entergy) is an integrated energy company engaged primarily in electric power production and retail electric distribution operations. It owns and operates power plants with approximately 30,000 megawatt of aggregate electric generating capacity. The Company is also a nuclear power generator in the United States. The Company operates in two business segments: Utility and Non-Utility Nuclear. In addition to its two primary, reportable, operating segments, Entergy also operates the non-nuclear wholesale assets business. The non-nuclear wholesale assets business sells to wholesale customers the electric power produced by power plants that it owns while it focuses on improving performance and exploring sales or restructuring opportunities for its power plants. As of December 31, 2009, Entergy delivered electricity to 2.7 million utility customers in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.

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