Performs installations, inspections, replacements, troubleshooting, repairs, surveillances, preventative and corrective maintenance on Station's electrical equipment, systems and structures as necessary to ensure the safe, efficient and dependable operation of the Station.
Typical Duties and Responsibilities:
- Maintains thorough working knowledge of, and performs work activities according to established practices, procedures, and codes.
- Performs the daily activities of the Electrical Maintenance Department, as assigned, which includes installations, inspections, replacements, troubleshooting, repairs, surveillances, preventative and corrective maintenance on Station's electrical equipment, buildings and facilities.
- Prepares and maintains related reports, logs, records, procedures, work packages and historical data, as assigned.
- Recommends changes to existing maintenance methods, procedures, and applications to improve overall Station activities.
- Keeps the Electrical Supervisor informed of any noted conditions or situations within the Electrical Maintenance Department which could affect the safe and efficient operation of the facility.
- Assists in maintaining necessary tools, equipment, and spare parts associated with the maintenance of the Station electrical systems.
- Participates in and successfully completes plant and Electrical Maintenance Department training; prepares for advancement by continued participation in such programs.
- Maintains thorough working knowledge of the Station's tagging rules; qualifies to perform tagging.
- Performs these and other duties on appropriate maintenance shifts as assigned by Electrical Maintenance Department supervision.
- Operates and maintains a variety of equipment unique to craft specialization.
- Prepares and/or assists in the preparation of detailed programs and procedures for the Electrical Maintenance Department as assigned.
- Required to be a member of the Turkey Point Station Emergency Response Organization (ERO), when assigned, and to adhere to all related requirements specified in the Turkey Point Station Radiological Emergency Plan. These requirements include, but are not limited to, maintaining applicable ERO position qualifications, participation in drills and exercises, and responding to drills and actual emergency (including radiological). Accordingly, once the employee assumes the Emergency Response Team position, they are required to report for duty at the assigned emergency station within 60 minutes of the site's emergency activation.
- Required to participate in major outages, when assigned, by performing a designated outage position, and maintaining required training qualifications. An outage assignment may involve shiftwork and/or working extended hours outside of normal schedule.
- Special Working Conditions:
Frequent access to the operating nuclear plant with its noise, heat, humidity, and radioactive environment as well as to external climatic conditions; may be assigned work in confined spaces including tanks, condensers, containment structures and heat exchangers subject to high temperatures. May be required to work outside of day shift schedules, work overtime, and be called in on short notice.
Shall have previously held the classification of Electrician in a Nuclear or industrial facility or successful completion of a similar U.S. Navy Nuclear Power program. At least three years' experience as an Electrician in a Nuclear or Industrial facility. Experience shall include installations, inspections, replacements, troubleshooting, repairs, surveillances, preventative and corrective maintenance of electrical components in industrial process systems. Must be able to pass eye exam showing individual is not color blind.
- Two year Associates degree in related field and/or experience.
- Experience and certification in the area of HVAC maintenance, such as Florida Class A or Class B Air Conditioning License.
Skills and Knowledge:
Demonstrated willingness to report and contribute to the resolution of employee concerns, and a willingness to contribute to a work environment supportive of positive, honest, and open exchange of ideas on the part of self and others. Demonstrated ability to perform electrical maintenance activities under minimal supervision. Demonstrated ability to read, interpret, and utilize basic and sophisticated electrical drawings and schematics. Demonstrated ability to communicate orally and in writing in a clear, legible, concise manner. Working knowledge of electrical control circuits, troubleshooting techniques, and electrical safety measures.
Pwr Plt Mtce Pos Sel Sys Test passed:Yes;