This work entails studies, design verification, and conceptual layout SMR units and the Balance of Plant systems required for support.
Instrumentation and controls professionals are needed to work as part of our team. Professionals will be integrated into our existing teams based on expertise and experience.
Working directly with the project team to generate engineering design documents and deliverables for systems related the power plant (drawings, calculations, studies, etc.).
May review and provide oversight of lower-level engineering work or assignments.
Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or equivalent.
Minimum 6+ years previously working as an I&C design experience for large scale power plants. Nuclear plant experience would be considered a plus.
Experience in developing control system network architecture diagrams, I/O list, instrument data sheets, control narratives, control logic diagrams, Piping, and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs) for control and instrumentation, and procurement specifications for I&C equipment
Experience in instrumentation application and selection and process automation systems
Ability to be both an individual contributor and work effectively in teams.
Ability to accept both internal and external (client) feedback.
Willingness to learn processes and procedures specific to the nuclear industry.
Maintain some flexibility in work hours, if required by the client or project
Requires a Professional Engineering (P.Eng.) license or the ability to acquire P.Eng. license within 6-12 months from hire;
Nuclear experience can be utilized but is not absolutely required;
Excellent writing, presentation, and verbal communication skills.