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Nuclear Outage Specialist - Surry SLR

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Job Summary

A Nuclear Outage Specialist is needed for the Subsequent License Renewal (SLR) effort at Surry Power Station. Primary responsibilities will be planning and coordinating outage scope for projects in the SLR portfolio, interfacing between the project teams and the station departments and North Anna and Surry Power Stations, and supporting project implementation scopes as needed. SLR projects perform major modifications, replacements, and upgrades to existing nuclear power plant structures, systems, and components.

Plan, coordinate, analyze and report on station's outages in a manner which effectively utilizes staffing, materials and equipment to ensure optimum availability, compliance with regulatory and company policies, productivity and safe operating performance. Coordinates with all plant departments and other fleet sites on various pre-outage planning activities and outage implementation. Identifies work that can be completed in advance of scheduled work outages (e.g., erection of scaffolds, temporary structures, etc.). Coordinates set up of facilities, services, lifting and rigging activities and space allocations. If specifically assigned, coordinates material and equipment laydown plans for the yard and the containment building. Develops and implements trending of critical and near critical path activities and making recommendations. Provide input into the development of detailed schedules for outages. Ensure required materials for outages are available and shared items are properly allocated/reserved between Fleet sites. Develop 5-Year Outage plans and schedule and track goals during outages. Develop outage work scopes and plan/coordinate departmentally assigned supplemental outage activities. Conduct pre-, daily and post- outage meetings and prepare detailed weekly, monthly and end of outage reports. Log and track Outage Scope Change Requests (OSCRs) before and during the outage and ensure these are incorporated into the outage schedule via appropriate windows and maintained on the Forced Outage list, when necessary. Obtain the status of procedures associated with the outage from affected departments, including vendor procedures, and notify the Unit Outage Coordinator of problems with procedures, as necessary. Review OSCRs to prevent duplication of work activities in the outage schedule and maintain an OSCR log and file. Identify outage-related work orders and required periodic testing. Identify and coordinate special conditions required to perform certain work orders during the outage. Coordinate work and resources with various station and Fleet groups. Prepare outage analysis data for the final outage report. May be assigned to an Outage Control Center position. Participates as an active member of the sites Outage Focus Team (OFT). Prepares monthly KPI data to meet station/fleet expectations. Perform other duties as requested or assigned by the SLR Supervisor of Nuclear Engineering Projects.

Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Experience

7 years of technical nuclear experience

Prior outage scheduling, maintenance, engineering, or other technical experience required. 

Prefer some knowledge of company software and systems used for scheduling outages, including p6 scheduling software. Has lifting and rigging knowledge. Skills/Abilities: detail oriented, planning, organizational skills. Has ability to inspire trust and generate rapport with individuals from different departments. Prefer Power Station experience supporting nuclear plant outages.

Education Requirements

Education Level: Required: High school graduate or GED

Preferred: Associate 

Other Education: Engineering, Maintenance, Work Management

Working Conditions
Cold Up to 25%
Heat Up to 25%
Loud Noise Up to 25%
Office Work Environment 76 -100%
Operating Machinery Up to 25%
Outdoors Up to 25%
Test Description
No Testing Required


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Other Information

We offer excellent plans and programs for employees. Employees are rewarded with a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package which may include: health benefits with coverage for families and domestic partners, vacation, retirement plans, paid holidays, tuition reimbursement, and much more.   To learn more about our benefits, click here


Dominion Energy is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their protected veteran or disabled status.  


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