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Electrical / I&C Engineer Lead SME – Los Alamos, NM
Work Location: On-Site full time
Rate: is open and non-exempt
Hours: 40-60 hrs per week (anticipate 55 hrs per week)
Per diem: Available for those who qualify
Mob / Demob: Available for those who qualify
Trip home: 1 per month
Completion Bonus $$
US Citizenship Required
The Electrical Engineer Lead (Subject Matter Expert with a focus on Electrical I&C Engineering) will lead a team that integrates with programmatic, operations, maintenance, document control, project management personnel to ensure nuclear facility requirements are met in a way that allows safe and compliant accomplishment of LANL mission. Develops activities within a nuclear facility engineering discipline. Must be able to successfully lead a team of highly skilled and technically proficient individuals in a high performing environment. Applies knowledge of nuclear facility engineering principles and practices in the preparation of nuclear facility engineering deliverables. Utilizes nuclear engineering technology to accomplish work and improves work processes to meet customer needs.
Position requires a Master’s Degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited institution and 10 years of nuclear related experience including a minimum of 5 years minimum DOE experience in Electrical Engineering; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience directly related to the occupation. At this level a Ph.D. may be preferred.
- Broad and/or unique knowledge of nuclear facility engineering systems, processes, and calculations; application of nuclear facility engineering methods; and application of technology aided nuclear facility engineering tools to nuclear facility engineering problems.
- Knowledge of nuclear facility engineering in one or more of the following, nuclear criticality safety analysis, safety basis, system engineer, project engineer, or design engineer.
- Knowledge of nuclear facility engineering work planning and control methods.
- Knowledge of engineering maintenance techniques and construction methodologies.
- Knowledge of relevant Laboratory procedures, standards, and guides.
- Thorough knowledge of industry, regulatory, or Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA) complex codes, standards, and criteria pertinent to the nuclear facility engineering discipline.
- Knowledge of nuclear facility engineering principles and procedures, guides, appropriate standards, and administrative practices.
- Knowledge of project and process nuclear facility engineering practices.
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