Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Job postings from Nuclear Fuel Services

Facilities Support Engineer - 1660
This position performs complex engineering design and analyses in the nuclear fuel manufacturing and processing industry, and provides technical leadership/ project manager in design, development, performance and delivery of technical products, processes, services that require integration of team efforts across multi-functional groups.  The principle engineer effectively defines, implements, and drives projects to successful completion.
  • Invokes safety first in all work activity
  • Achieves internal recognition as a leader in one or more technical areas
  • Applies technical experience and engineering problem-solving capabilities to solve complex problems
  • Coordinates and integrates complex technical projects across multi-functional groups within schedule and budget
  • Leads integration and development of the technical scope for customer proposals
  • Leads engineering work; instructs and guides personnel on significant technical projects and activities
  • Has an active membership in key technical organizations (e.g. ACS, AIChE, ANS, ASTM)
  • Identifies areas of business growth opportunities to management
  • Provide expert knowledge within specific engineering discipline to peers, vendors, and customers
  • Provides technical mentoring to junior engineers to prepare them for the next level
  • Prepares and presents technical papers at seminars and industry symposia
  • Authors technical reports in area of expertise
  • Provides periodic feedback to management on technical achievements
Job Qualifications / Requirements
·         EDUCATION:
B.S. / B.E. Engineering (Chemical, Electrical or Mechanical preferred)
·         EXPERIENCE:
Six (6) to Ten (10) years engineering experience required.
The Babcock & Wilcox Company supports diversity and is committed to the concept of Equal Employment Opportunity. We have established procedures to ensure that all personnel actions such as recruitment, compensation, career development, benefits, company-sponsored training and social recreational programs are administered without regard to race, color religion, gender, national origin, citizenship, age, disability or veteran status.
·         There’s an energy at B&W. Find out how you can be part of it.
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Process Engineer - 1662
Process Engineer (Entry Level) - Nuclear Fuel Services
The Babcock & Wilcox Company (B&W) is a leading international provider of clean energy products and services with more than 20,000 employees around the world. We’re known for our technology and record of innovation, for our history in solving complex problems, and for our expertise in both the commercial and government sectors.
B&W’s strength comes from its people, and we’re committed to recruiting, rewarding and retaining the best minds in the business.
•Learn responsibilities and accountabilities associated with process engineering, processing and laboratory functions as appropriate with assignments
•Develop a working knowledge of key NFS programs such as Configuration Management, Integrated Safety Analysis (ISA), Nuclear Criticality Safety, Material Control & Accountability, Internally Authorized Change (IAC), Safety and Safeguards Review Council (SSRC), etc.
•Develop a working knowledge of process / product technical requirements and safety / regulatory requirements
•Assist/ support to senior personnel with project assignments, progressing in degree of difficulty and responsibility
•Implement process system changes or maintenance through preparation and approval of Work Requests, procedure revision and equipment/ material procurement
•Provide engineering support to Operations personnel, as requested, to help resolve technical issues
•Conduct engineering designs and studies to improve process safety, product quality and reduce cost while maintaining safety and regulatory compliance.  Document results in written reports and present results orally to management, as requested
•Must be able to work inside a manufacturing facility, including donning / doffing of required personal protective equipment, climbing ladders to inspect process equipment, and other physical requirements related to moving about inside the facility
•Must have the ability to wear a respirator
•Must have the ability to pass a pre-employment physical
Job Qualifications / Requirements
•B.S. / B.E. Engineering (Chemical, Electrical, or Mechanical preferred)

•One year or less experience

Applicants selected will be subject to a Federal background investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information or matter. Position requires U.S. Citizenship with (no dual citizenship) ability to obtain and maintain a Department of Energy (DOE) security clearance which involves an extensive criminal and financial background investigation and previous employment reference verifications.
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MC&A Test Monitor Coordinator - 1663
Job Summary:
Coordinate and administer the process monitoring and item monitoring programs to meet NRC and NFS requirements.  Provide a centralized coordination of all departments monitoring activities. This coordination effort involves the Production, Quality, Control, Laboratory, Process Engineering, Records Control, Compliance and Systems Applications, Research and Development, Information Services, and Materials Departments.
Major Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Maintain and coordinate an MC&A Process Monitoring Program to include alarm resolution
  • Maintain and coordinate an MC&A Item Monitoring Program to include alarm resolution
  • Maintain and coordinate an MC&A Program to rapidly assess the validity of alleged thefts
  • Assist in the program to incorporate checks and balances in the MC&A system sufficient to control the rate of human errors in material control and accounting information
  • Investigate excessive rates of false alarms associated with control unit tests and recommend corrective action to improve process variability or reduce the effect of measurement biases
  • Prepare MC&A procedures in area of responsibility to satisfy regulatory requirements
  • Participate in NRC inspections of item and process monitoring
  • Establish and maintain a records system in area of responsibility associated with process and item monitoring that ensures sufficient protection and redundancy to demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Assist in the planning and analyses of process and engineering studies related to mixing and sampling tests for control unit measurement systems
  • Evaluate sequences of material control test results from each unit process to determine if they indicate a pattern of losses or gains that is of safeguards significance
Job Qualifications / Requirements
·         Education Requirements:
·         Bachelors of Science or related technical field required plus 6-8 years experience in SNM Control, Process Engineering or Lab.

Experience Requirements:
·         6-8 years Technical experience in SNM Control, Process Engineering or Laboratory

Click here to submit your resume to this position: https://babcock.mua.hrdepartment.com/ats/js_job_details.php?reqid=1663

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