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Licensed Nuclear Reactor Operator

Detroit, MI

Industry: Energy/Oil/Gas/Utilities/Nuclear Job Number: BBE62E9D-3DC8-4DB1-B22F-EC1C25975903 Pay Rate: $130 - $160K

Job Description

The company is looking for Nuclear Operators. These challenging roles will require highly motivated candidates to engage in critical functions in one of the company's vital nuclear plants. Nuclear Operators are split into roles that are either licensed or non-licensed. The difference between roles is simple: either you are learning how to operate the system and controls that manipulate the reactor, or you are learning and working on equipment that does not. Currently, the company is looking to hire Licensed Operators.

You will through a focused training program to help you understand how to operate and manipulate nuclear control systems. During this training, you will receive your average pay as you would if you were fully qualified, and upon completion of the qualification, there are usually adjustments made via bonuses. As you get closer to the offer, the company can outline that in detail.

For you to be qualified for the licensed role, you must have two years of the following: Reactor Operator (RO), Engineer Watch Supervisor (EWS), Engineering Officer of the Watch (EOOW), or Propulsion Plant Watch Supervisor (PPWS.)

Overall summary of the roles (not inclusive or exclusive):

- Monitors and interprets plant parameters and manipulates plant equipment by simultaneously regulating reactivity, steam, water, temperatures, flows, pressures, generator loads, voltages, and so on
- Operates and protects any plant equipment
- Directs the activities of Nuclear Operators, including scheduling work, giving work direction, and managing flow
- Initiates repair orders and arranges necessary instruments, gauges, and mechanical or electrical equipment maintenance. - Inspects, tests, accepts or rejects maintenance work
- Check instruments, controls, mechanisms, and systems before startup
- Tour the plant to inspect equipment to ensure safe, efficient operation
- Takes appropriate action to correct unsatisfactory conditions by reporting, tagging, erecting barriers, applying emergency operating procedures, and so on

The company boasts a strong track record of hiring and developing its operators, the people who work there love it.

Base salary, plus medical, dental, vision, and a 401k. Compensation can go well over six-figures.

Job 56646

Additional Information

Apply your military nuclear experience in a civilian operation.
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