APPLICATION DEADLINE: August 26, 2018 For over 125 years, Portland General Electric has proudly served Oregon. Our dedication to helping customers is matched by our commitment to providing PGE employees with a diverse array of rewarding career opportunities. Diversity and community are at the heart of what we do for our customers and for each other. We are committed to a team that looks like the Oregon community that we know and love. PGE team members are creative problem solvers who love to apply themselves to challenges, big and small. We are looking for team members who will grow their skills, their career, and their future with us. Operations / Security Manager, Trojan ISFSI (R18-398)The Trojan ISFSI Operations / Security Manager will report to the Trojan ISFSI Manager and will be responsible for managing ISFSI Supervisors and their crews of ISFSI Technicians to ensure the safe, secure, and cost-effective operation of the Trojan ISFSI, which contains spent nuclear fuel from the Trojan Nuclear Plant. The ISFSI Operations / Security Manager will assist the ISFSI Manager in the following areas: Approval of ISFSI Programs and Procedures Security and Safeguards Information Control and Accounting for Special Nuclear Material Monitoring and Surveillance of Spent Nuclear Fuel (SNF) Quality Assurance Program Implementation Personnel Training Qualification and Certification Personnel Safety Radiation Protection Maintenance Licensing and Reporting Engineering and Configuration Control Emergency Planning Environmental Monitoring Procurement, Receiving, and Contract Administration Quality Assurance Records and Decommissioning Records Document Control Spent Fuel Transportation Radiological and Non Radiological Decommissioning of the ISFSI Facility The ISFSI Operations / Security Manager will act for the ISFSI Manager in the Manager’s absence. You will support our journey by:
Managing Plant Staff
Recruiting, selecting, motivating, developing, rewarding, and disciplining employees. Evaluating employee performance. Directing ISFSI Supervisors in the day-to-day activities required for security and monitoring of the stored spent nuclear fuel and ISFSI facility. Directing ISFSI Supervisors to maintain policies, programs, and implementing procedures for ISFSI activities to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations, licensing requirements, and personnel safety requirements. Directing ISFSI Security functions, including personnel background screenings, access control, safeguards information control, negotiation of local law enforcement agency agreements, and response and investigation of security events. Providing documents, reports, and other information needed to support independent reviews by the ISFSI Safety Review Committee (ISRC). Participating in periodic ISRC meetings and providing timely responses to ISRC concerns. Coordinating with Supply Chain to develop Purchase Orders and/or contracts for materials and services, and administering ISFSI contracts. Evaluating or directing the evaluation of conditions adverse to quality as identified in the Trojan Corrective Action Program. Participating in PGE management activities as directed by the ISFSI Manager. Implementing PGE corporate initiatives. Participating in industry groups as appropriate.
Maintaining Compliance with Federal License and State Administrative Rules
Maintaining up-to-date and comprehensive knowledge of federal and state regulations relevant to the Trojan ISFSI. Reviewing NRC Inspection and Quality Assurance audit findings and taking timely corrective action(s) to restore compliance with requirements. Directing, coordinating, preparing, and submitting required reports (periodic and other) to regulatory agencies.
Supporting Trojan Emergency Response Organization, including performing the duties of the Incident Coordinator during declared Emergency Plan events. These duties include:
Ensuring appropriate assessment, corrective, and protective measures are taken Ensuring response resources are adequate or augmented as necessary Ensuring notifications are made to local, state, and federal government agencies Requesting Company support and local offsite assistance as needed Terminating the ISFSI emergency and initiate recovery activities
Budgeting. Includes preparing objectives, plans, and budget for areas of the Trojan organization reporting to the ISFSI Operations / Security Manager.
Continually monitoring activities and results to ensure costs are justified and within budget. Authorizing appropriate ISFSI Operations and Maintenance activities to ensure reimbursement through annual DOE funding requests. Creating value for the company by making correct economic decisions. You will bring the following skills to our team: Eight years nuclear facility experience, preferably three years of which consists of nuclear plant experience. Two years of the power plant experience may be fulfilled through academic or related technical training on a one-for-one basis. Engineering degree preferred.
Ability to qualify as a 10 CFR 72.48 Evaluator and an Independent Safety Reviewer. The Independent Safety Reviewer qualification requires five years professional level experience and a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or the Physical Sciences or the equivalent (non-degreed individuals with four years of additional experience may meet the equivalency guidelines provided in ANSI/ANS 3.1-1981).
Ability to obtain certification as a Certified ISFSI Specialist in accordance with the Certified ISFSI Specialist Training Program, which requires knowledge of thermodynamics/heat transfer, nuclear decay heat generation, nuclear criticality, health physics / radiological protection, ISFSI Technical Specifications, Trojan procedures (operating, emergency, and administrative), and selected portions of federal regulations 10 CFR 72 and 10 CFR 71. The ISFSI Supervisor will be required to obtain this certification and re certify bi-annually.
Excellent managerial, human relations, and oral and written communications skills as demonstrated through previous experience. Demonstrated ability to practice the PGE Guiding Behaviors: Be Accountable Dignify People Make the Right Thing Happen Positive Attitude Team Behavior Earn Trust Thorough knowledge of budgetary and planning practices. Ability to pass an initial background investigation including credit check, and additional background investigations with credit check every five years, in accordance with Federal regulatory requirements to ensure that the individual’s personal reliability is not called into question
Ability to climb stairs, perform fully equipped regular routine walking tours of the plant site, and other moderate physical duties as assigned (i.e., running, jumping, crawling, rolling, shoveling, and handling a temperature probe reach rod.). The individual must pass an annual Job Task Analysis consistent with the physical requirements of the position.
Join us today and power your potential! PGE is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. PGE will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law. To be considered for this position, please complete the following employment application by the deadline: https://PGN.igreentree.com/CSS_External/CSSPage_Referred.ASP?Req=R18-398. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 503-464-7250. PGE believes in rewarding strong performance. We provide a total compensation package that is designed to reward your contributions to the company, and, at the same time, support your well-being and professional development, both now and into the future. Assisting with storms or other Company emergencies is a part of all positions at Portland General Electric. Talent Acquisition Contact: Jane DeSimone 503-464-7250 Staffing@pgn.com www.linkedin.com/in/janedesimone Connect with us on Twitter (twitter.com/PortlandGeneral), Facebook (facebook.com/portlandgeneralelectric) and LinkedIn (linkedin.com/company/portlandgeneralelectric) THIS IS AN INTERNAL / EXTERNAL JOB POSTING
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For more than 125 years, we’ve been powering the pioneering spirit of our region — keeping energy safe, reliable and responsibly generated. We are deeply committed to the success of the communities we serve and strive to bring innovative solutions to our customers and a bright energy future for Oregon.
Location/Region: Portland, OR (US)