Transition of Operationswithin theNaval Reactors FacilityEngineering Department hasanopeningforanAssociate/Intermediate,Engineer thatwill bedeveloping buildingandsystem cognizance forstartup and operation ofthe newNaval Spent Fuel Handling (NSFH)Facilitybeing constructed at the Naval Reactors Facility.Thisindividual will be a member of a multi-diciplinedengineering team that isresponsible for preparations for first use and maintaining the facility and facility systems for spent fuel handling operations in the new NSFH Facility.
Engineers applying for this position will assist this new unit will by:
Planning the start up in the newNSFHFacility.
Incorporatingequipment associated with the startof theNSFHfacility.
Developing and/or validating the local procedures for the operation and maintenance
Understanding of facility system maintenance and design
Knowledge or experience maintaining facility structures, systems, or components.
Knowledgeof building codes andregulatory requirements.
BS degree in engineering or Bachelor's degree in a science related field from an accredited college or university required.
BS degree in engineering or Bachelor's degree in a science related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of two years of relevant experience; or
MS degree in engineering or Master's degree in a science related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of one year of relevant experience; or
Currently or previously EOOW qualified in the Nuclear Operations Program; or
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