Epitaxial Reactor Technician Job Description Sample
Nuclear Reactor Service Technician
FieldCore, a GE company, is a new, independent industrial field services company that will deliver the highest standard of field services excellence and capabilities for GE and its customers. A GE company, FieldCore will bring together the field services expertise and people from both Granite Services and GE's Power Services into one powerhouse. Driven by the values of safety, quality, and integrity, FieldCore will be built to deliver operational excellence for customers in the power generation, oil & gas, nuclear, and wind power markets.
FieldCore is looking for individuals with mechanical experience/abilities, who are able to meet the physical demands of the job. Skill based training on specialized tooling is provided to those selected prior to the outage assignment. Local to Wilmington, NC candidates are preferred.
Perform routine maintenance, repairs, and modifications to commercial nuclear power generation plants in the U.S. and in many foreign countries.
Responsibilities include conducting and supporting activities for in-vessel inspections, vessel component modifications, reactor dis-assembly/reassembly, and under vessel maintenance.
This work requires extensive travel to nuclear stations performing mechanical and electrical service activities during outage seasons in the spring and fall.
Reading and comprehending detailed work instructions in accordance with written procedures and management direction.
Will work primarily inside the containment building of a commercial nuclear reactor station.
Work activities are performed in high temperature environments where lifting, carrying, bending, and climbing abilities are required. Some activities require the ability to lift 50lbs above shoulder height.
Tasks include moving nuclear fuel using remote handling equipment, inspecting components with remote sensors, exchanging control rod drives, rigging and transferring reactor components, as well as repairing and refurbishing tools and plant components, which may require the use of air impact tools and heavy equipment.
Some work is performed in a very congested and high radiation area requiring the individual to wear radiation and environmental protection equipment (plastics or equivalent dress, supplied air breathing equipment, etc).
Technicians can expect to receive an annual dose of 1 to 3 Rem per year, well within the U.S. legal limit of 5 Rem per year.
Ensuring Nuclear Safety a priority during all aspects of the job.
Perform Safety Observations at each work location.
Minimum Experience/Requirements Needed:
Must have strong mechanical/technical skills.
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Previous Nuclear Experience highly desired, specifically BWR.
Individual must be proficient with computers for online training, communications, expense and time entry.
Must be able to obtain Unescorted Site Access at a Nuclear Power Plant (includes background investigation, drug testing and psychological exam)
Meet physical requirements of the job
Able to stand, bend & kneel for extended periods of time
Able to lift 50lbs
Able to work heights
Able to work in a confined space/ highly congested work area
Able to wear full body protective clothing
Able to work in radiation control areas
Complete FieldCore Environmental Health and Safety training modules
Successful completion of skill specific training (80% or higher)
Work will be performed at Utility so frequent travel to each assigned plant is required.
Sites: Various Locations, will be assigned to 1-2 nuclear outages in the Fall 2018 season
Outage/Assignment Dates: 9-40 days per assignment
Note: Outage dates are tentative and are subject to change based on business/utility needs.
Outage assignments are 8-12 hours a day depending on week of the outage. Nuclear Power Plants operate 24 hours a day, therefore technicians may work nights, holidays, and weekends.
Online Training pay $12.50/HR
Training pay $16/HR
Starting pay once on assignment $22/HR.
$135/DAY Per Diem (Pays for your meals and lodging)
Travel expenses: Flight, baggage, rental car and fuel among other expenses are paid for by employer.
Work week varies from 40 -72 hours per week
Benefits: Eligibility will be reviewed each year and is based on hours worked (1560 hrs/year - 30 hr/week avg. are eligible)
Training opportunities start in July 2017 with assignments in the field staring as early as September 2018Apply On-lineSend This Job to a Friend
Mocvd Epitaxial Sustaining Engineer
II-VI EpiWorks is seeking an MOCVD Epitaxial Engineer to support its 24×7 semiconductor manufacturing operations. This position supports the MOCVD growth processes and equipment within the company's ISO 9001:2008 Quality system. This position requires support of operations in off hours and weekends. Flexibility of work schedule will be required in order to sustain 24×7 manufacturing.
Work with Operations and Quality groups to enable high volume wafer delivery
Sustain qualified epitaxial processes in a 24×7 manufacturing environment.
Calibration and setup of growth processes on MOCVD tools
Monitoring and support of production campaigns
Yield Monitoring and reactor utilization tracking
Provide technical support and team member training as needed.
Work with MOCVD Process Engineers to support reactor qualifications and new process development.
Provide engineering analysis of MOCVD growth processes and production workflow to:
Improve cycle time and throughput
Identify and resolve bottlenecks.
Reduce costs and waste
Improve operator efficiency
B.S or M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Material Sciences, or similar field
Solid State Device Physics background in RF and Optoelectronic devices
3+ years' experience in a 24×7 production environment preferred
Experience under ISO 9001 Quality Management System
Experience with SPC, Six Sigma and Lean manufacturing
Experience with statistical software packages
Proficient with MS Office Software
Knowledge of SQL preferred
Excellent communication skills
Interested candidates should apply here.
Mocvd Epitaxial Process Engineer
II-VI EpiWorks is seeking a MOCVD Process Engineer(s) to support and develop MOCVD growth processes for a 24×7 semiconductor manufacturing platform. This position supports Operations and Engineering within the company's ISO 9001:2008 Quality System. In this role, MOCVD Process Engineers will work with both internal and external customers – providing high level technical expertise for MOCVD process development and support. This position requires advanced knowledge of compound semiconductor processes related to growth, metrology, fabrication and testing. Excellent communication and organizational skills, and proven abilities in production control, problem solving, project management are required.
Participate and Lead Process development meetings
External customer interaction
Design DOE's for development campaigns
Analyze and provide feedback in support of process development.
Execute development and reactor qualification campaigns
Work with Manufacturing Engineers to help identify and design reactor hardware modifications as necessary in support of new process development.
Work with Fab and Test Engineers to develop characterization and test capabilities in support of new processes.
Transfer MOCVD growth processes from development to production
Create and maintain Process Control Plans
Support initial production ramps
Work with Epitaxial Engineers and Manufacturing Engineers as needed to support qualified growth processes.
Provide engineering analysis of device parametrics
Ensure Processes are capable for all critical parameters
Identify and track continuous improvement projects
Create and monitor capability reports
M.S. or Ph.D. in relevant engineering or science field
MOCVD growth and materials characterization
Solid State Device Physics background in RF and Optoelectronic devices required
5-10 years of epitaxial growth in a production environment preferred
Experience under ISO 9001 Quality Management System
Experience with SPC, Six Sigma and Lean manufacturing
Experience with statistical software packages
Proficient with MS Office Software
Knowledge of SQL preferred
Excellent communication skills required
Interested candidates should apply here.
Reactor Operator I - 2Nd Shift, Production, Americas
Convert raw materials into finished products using established procedures and batch formulations. Maintain the highest quality standards while operating the equipment and producing batches. Properly prepare, document and carryout activities associated with receiving raw materials; shipping finished goods and material movement throughout the warehouse and manufacturing areas. Operate, monitor and maintain Plant Equipment and Utilities.
Accurately measure and process chemical ingredients using specific tools and equipment per instructions to produce finished products.
Follow SOP and formulations exactly and record correctly all required information legibly and accurately. Note any comments which may indicate quality concerns.
Submit Pink Sheets for process improvement as appropriate.
Actively participates in Lean initiatives
Assure that all work is performed safely in accordance with established safety practices. Ensure the work area is maintained in a clean and orderly manner.
Understand and follow safe handling procedures for all chemicals.
Working "off shift" hours will be necessary on an as needed basis.
Shipping & Receiving - transfer raw materials and finished goods to and from the warehouse storage areas to/from delivery vehicles.
Collect, review and/or check the accuracy and completeness of all necessary paperwork.
Ensure that all goods are properly labeled and packaged.
Carry out operational maintenance on equipment as necessary.
Maintain a clean and orderly facility.
Ensure that hazardous materials are stored in designated areas.
Conduct periodic cycle counts to ensure the accuracy of the inventory.
Participate in required, periodic training.
High school graduate or equivalent.
1 year's work experience in material processing preferred.
Must be able to develop a comprehensive knowledge of production, unit operations and trouble shooting.
Must demonstrate problem solving and math skills
High level of attention to detail, excellent organization and communication skills
Proficient using Excel is required; experience with JDE E1 is preferred
Must be competent in driving a fork truck, or able to become competent within one month.
Must be able to wear a respirator
Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds
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Reactor Operator Trainee (4592)
H.B. Fuller is a leading global adhesives provider focusing on perfecting adhesives, sealants and other specialty chemicals across all industries throughout the world. While our products are virtually invisible, they play a vital role in ensuring the quality of modern life and we are committed to connecting what matters to solve some of the world's biggest adhesion challenges.
Reactor Operator Trainee
Blue Ash, OH
Reporting to the Production Manager, the selected candidate will participate in the full life cycle of production.
You will be working in a close-knit, friendly culture with a focus on results and team collaboration. This position will be responsible for preparing batches, operating process equipment, staging materials, general housekeeping, monitoring of assigned equipment, loading materials, quality assurance, packaging and loading of trucks.
This is a shift position. After you have completed your training on first shift, you will be assigned to a shift depending on the needs of the business.
Operators will follow a defined training plan after hiring. Starting wage is $21/hour with further wage increases for reaching developmental milestones available. Additional promotional and advancement opportunities exist.
Ask us about our development, and career advancement opportunities!
Employees receive full benefits, including medical, dental, insurance, 401k contribution, paid time off and paid Holidays. All employees qualify for an annual cash bonus, based on business performance. Annual raises are based on company and individual performance.
To be considered you must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Strong organizational, math and reading skills and ability to follow instructions. Computer skills and literacy are important.
As a Reactor Operator Trainee, you are required to stand for long periods of time, walk, climb stairs, use hands to remove or lift boxes, stretch and reach with arms extended and stoop. Employees regularly lift up to 50 pounds and up to 100 pounds with assistance.
Experience operating from a HMI/PLC
Chemical/Industrial manufacturing plant experience
Batch work experience
For more information and to apply, go to: http://jobs.hbfuller.com/
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We have an immediate opening for a Reactor Operator at our Manufacturing facility in Clark, NJ. Please reach out if you are in the job market.
The reactor operator is responsible for performing all assigned reaction operations, to ensure continuous operation.
Helps ensure production needs are met with regard to quality, GMP's and safety. This includes HAACP.
Responsible for making sure ingredients are added into the reactor correctly, utilizing process control sheets. This includes weighing up of any minor ingredients, double checking item numbers, batch quantities, and lot numbers.
Make any necessary changes to make sure batches meet quality specifications. Provide the quality department with a sample of every batch run.
Operate the vacuum tray ovens as needed.
Comprehend all aspects of the blending controls.
Comprehend all aspects of the sanitation process.
Comprehend the purpose of USDA and procedures to follow for USDA products. Complete the proper USDA documentation and contact quality for documented oversight.
Maintain sanitation level in the reactor room area at all times.
Points out equipment problems to maintenance for repairs and follows up on progress.
Works with the other reactor operators and Supervisors to ensure a smooth transition from shift to shift.
Demonstrates a positive attitude and relates in a positive manner when interacting with all personnel.
Understand and comply with all HACCP, Allergen, Environmental, regulatory and customer demands and requirements.
Report food safety and quality problems to personnel with authority to initiate action.
Have a good understanding of the general purpose, philosophy and direction of The Kerry Group as a whole and specifically the Clark, NJ plant as it relates to employee policies and expectations, quality, customer satisfaction, GMP, sanitation, and production requirements.
Performs other duties as assigned. Responsible to adhere to quality system requirements
HS or equivalent experience
Previous experience in process operation in which has been demonstrated a high degree of competence and understanding of process equipment.
Problem solving ability and aptitude for learning and professional growth.
Reading, writing and speaking in English
Must be able to lift up to 80 pounds and move up to 400 pounds. Must be able to operate forklifts and other equipment integral to the job functions. Must be able to see and distinguish between labels. Must be able to stand for extended periods and walk through the warehouse. Must be certified to wear a respirator and follow all rules regarding respirator wear.
Working Environment: Factory environment with exposure to flavor, and basic product chemicals and raw materials.
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Senior Nuclear Reactor Design Engineer
Headquartered in Lynchburg, Va., BWX Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:BWXT) is a leading supplier of nuclear components and fuel to the U.S. government; provides technical and management services to support the U.S. government in the operation of complex facilities and environmental remediation activities; and supplies precision manufactured components, services and fuel for the commercial nuclear power industry. With approximately 6,100 employees, BWXT has nine major operating sites in the U.S. and Canada. In addition, BWXT joint ventures provide management and operations at a dozen U.S. Department of Energy and two NASA facilities. Follow us on Twitter @BWXTech and learn more at www.bwxt.com.
BWXT is seeking a Senior Nuclear Reactor Design Engineer for our Lynchburg, Ramsey Place location!
A successful candidate will lead a high performance team of engineers who participate in the design and development of innovative designs for non-traditional advanced reactors. If you're looking for a career where your experience is valued, innovative thinking is fostered, and barrier-free teamwork is embraced every day, then this opportunity is for you.
Lead the development of new reactor designs, including the core neutronic, thermal hydraulic, and fluid/gas coolant flow systems and defining the operating space of the reactor.
Direct the development of the necessary design methods and work with others on the Core Design and Analysis team.
Coordinate the design activities with the necessary testing, system, and safety analysis activities to support the licensing of the reactor and the mitigation of risk.
Evaluate and assist with the integration of the various reactor systems.
Write and deliver high quality technical reports and documentation, including presentations to customers, regulators, and other organizations.
Contribute to the development of procedures, design practices, and analysis methodologies associated with the Core Design and Analysis areas.
Coordinate and interface with peers, management, and external audiences to present and explain the concept reactor designs.
Participate in engineering design review activities.
Bachelor of Science degree in Nuclear Engineering or related engineering discipline from an ABET accredited institution is required. Masters or PhD in Nuclear Engineering is preferred.
Minimum of 10 years as a contributor to nuclear reactor design and analysis programs is required.
Minimum of 5 years in an engineering technical lead role is required. 10+ years of experience as a lead technical contributor is preferred.
An advanced degree may be substituted for some years of related experience
Experience leading team projects with a demonstrated ability and track record of solving difficult technical problems.
Experience using core and reactor design and analysis codes and tools (e.g., CASMO/SIMULATE, MCNP, SCALE, VIPRE-01, RELAP-5, etc.) in the licensing of a new reactor design or for the development of or improvement to existing designs.
Experience with thermal hydraulics, engineering heat transfer systems, reactor operations, and the coupling of the reactor to energy transport systems.
Understanding of statistics and the evaluation of experimental data.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to comprehend and convey detailed technical information at multiple levels within an organization.
Proficiency with MS Office Suite.
Must be a US Citizen with no dual citizenship.
Strong analytical ability and problem identification/problem resolution skills.
Great attitude and pro-active approach to identifying and solving complex problems.
BWX Technologies, Inc. (BWXT) embraces diversity of thought, values individuality, encourages new perspectives and provides equal opportunity in employment for all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other category protected by federal, state, and/or local law.
Senior Reactor Inspector
Help Duties Summary
This position is located in the Division of Reactor Safety, Engineering Branch 2. The supervisor is Glenn Dentel. This position is temporary, not-to-exceed one year, and may be extended, terminated or become permanent without further competition.
This position is in the Bargaining Unit. This position requires up to 40% travel.
Travel expenses associated with interview and/or relocation expenses associated with job offer may be paid to the extent allowed by Federal Travel Regulations.
Selectee will be subject to Office of Government Ethics Confidential Financial Disclosure reporting requirements.
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The successful candidate will serve as a region-based senior inspector to lead, plan, conduct, report, and integrate findings associated with inspections of nuclear reactors, in accordance with the NRC Inspection Manual. As a lead inspector or team member your responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Performing a wide variety of lead duties associated with inspecting and evaluating a wide variety of licensee engineering programs, performance, and support activities for reactor facilities in such areas as design verification, plant modifications, and equipment evaluation, maintenance, performance, and testing, with particular emphasis on electrical and control systems and components, fire protection and cyber security.
Performing routine and complex inspections, allegations reviews, event response inspections, or area of emphasis inspections of reactor facilities to observe and assure conformance to NRC rules and regulations, inspection procedures, and orders.
Preparing and coordinating reports of inspection findings to ascertain whether the facility is being operated safely, whether the licensee's performance in crosscutting areas is effective, and whether regulatory requirements are being satisfied.
Integrating inspection findings into overall licensee assessment.
Performing miscellaneous duties in support of the region-based inspection program, including enforcement and performance assessment.
This position requires full qualification as an NRC inspector under NRC Inspection Manual Chapter (IMC) 1245 either Appendix C-1 or C-2.
Who May Apply This job is open to… Applications will be accepted from internal employees of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission on permanent or competitive Term appointments.
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Job family (Series)
0801 General Engineering
Help Requirements Conditions of Employment
- This is a Drug Testing position.
You must meet the qualifications for this position by no later than 30 calendar days after the closing date of this announcement and before placement in the position.
In order to qualify for this position, you must have at least one year of specialized experience at the next lower grade level in the Federal service or equivalent experience in the private or public sector. Generally, to meet this level of experience, you would need 3-5 years of post-degree specialized experience.
Specialized experience is defined as work experience in nuclear power plant design, maintenance and operation. Such experience should have provided you with the full range of knowledge, skills and abilities addressed in the rating factor questions that are associated with this vacancy announcement, in particular, electrical and control systems and components, fire protection and cyber security.
A description of how you possess the specialized experience, as well as how you meet the qualifications desired, should be addressed in your resume and in your responses to the vacancy questions.
Candidates must possess a bachelor's or higher degree in professional engineering, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience demonstrating a thorough knowledge of principles, theories, and practices in the field of engineering. Additional information regarding educational requirements may be found here: OPM Qualification Standards for Professional Engineering Positions
Reactor Engineer, II - Sr (Nuc)
This position may be filled as an Engineer II, III or Sr depending on the qualification level of the applicant.
Provides technical guidance for reactor core operation and monitoring; advocates nuclear fuel reliability; maintains fuel configuration and special nuclear material accountability; and provides Operations with technical assistance to establish conservative reactivity management and decision making.
Provide technical guidance to operators in the Main Control Room (MCR) during planned and emergent power maneuvers.
Prepare and support the execution of reactivity maneuvering plans in the MCR.
Perform Special Nuclear Material accounting and tracking.
Develop fuel shuffle plans to support fuel movement during refuel outages.
Monitor and trend thermal limits and other critical parameters and provide operational recommendations as necessary.
Evaluate lifetime of core components (control blades, nuclear instrumentation, etc.) and develop replacement strategies every reload.
Support training of operators on fuel and other core related topics.
Serve as the site fuel reliability monitor and champion the fuel reliability program.
Support core reload design analysis and reload batch implementation.
Perform required surveillances and maintain Reactor Engineering processes and procedures.
Support dry fuel storage campaign and irradiated core component disposal related activities.
Work shift coverage (12 hours daily) during outages and power maneuvering.
Minimum education required of the position
B.S. Degree (or higher) in Nuclear Engineering or other closely related engineering or scientific discipline, or equivalent work experience (equivalent experience is defined as demonstrated success at the Engineer / Technical Specialist level)
Minimum experience required of the position
Engineer I-II: 0 - 2 years' experience in nuclear fuel design, operations, or equivalent.
Engineer III-Sr: 2 - 7+ years' experience in nuclear fuel design, operations, or equivalent.
For Senior Engineer only: Reactor Engineering ANSI/ANS Qualifications must be met (see below).
Prior Reactor Engineering experience.
Experience in the use of 3DMonicore or other nuclear core monitoring software.
Experience in the use of ShuffleWorks or other fuel movement tracking software.
Minimum knowledge, skills and abilities required of the position
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to remain calm and perform job duties under pressure.
Attentive to detail and organized.
Experience/proficiency in PC use and applications.
Ability and willingness to provide 12 hour shift coverage during planned or unplanned outages and emergent situations.
Ability to be on-call on a weekly basis periodically.
Ability to work weekends and/or holidays when required.
Any certificates, licenses, etc. required for the position
For Senior Engineer only: Reactor Engineering ANSI/ANS Qualifications must be met: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or the Physical Sciences. 4 years' experience in such areas as reactor physics, core measurements, core heat transfer, and core physical testing programs, of which 2 years must be at a nuclear power plant. Or, graduate degree and 3 years' experience as referenced above. Successful completion of a reactor engineering training program (e.g. the 12 week concentrated program offered by NSSS vendors) may be equivalent to one year's nuclear power plant experience.
Pre-employment Testing: The successful applicant must pass a Fit-for-Duty test prior to obtaining access to the nuclear power plant and as a condition of employment.
Primary Location: Michigan-Covert
Job Function: Engineering
FLSA Status: Professional
Relocation Option: Approved in accordance with the Entergy guidelines
Union description/code: NON BARGAINING UNIT-NBU
Number of Openings: 1
Req ID: 80535
Travel Percentage:Up to 25%
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Nearest Major Market: Kalamazoo
Job Segment: Engineer, Thermal Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Nuclear, Instrumentation, Engineering, Energy
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POSITION SUMMARY: Operates process equipment, reactors, and other manufacturing equipment within a production plant. Responsibilities may include operating a computerized control system, preparing and loading materials, and performing appropriate quality control tests. Reactor Operator is a standalone hourly classification within the production function within a plant.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Operates a reactor utilizing a computerized control system to ensure the proper chemical reactions and requirements occur; follows appropriate batch ticket and operational procedures.
Stages, prepares, lifts, and loads raw materials and other components required for the production process; will also utilize a computerized or automatic process to perform tasks.
Monitors and adjusts gauges, valves, switches, pumps, and other components according to production requirements.
Ensures compliance with operating policies and procedures to maintain a safe environment and efficient operations; may require the employee to wear safety equipment or gear.
Completes appropriate paperwork and/or enters data regarding materials, work-in-progress, finished goods, and other operations to ensure records and actions are accurate.
Assists with maintaining a clean and safe working environment and may perform various janitorial or housekeeping tasks.
Communicates with maintenance, quality control, warehousing, and other departments to maintain a safe and effective environment and to ensure quality products.
Prepares and/or performs quality control analysis, testing, and review to ensure adherence to standards and parameters.
May operate a variety of computerized, manual, and mechanical equipment to mix, fill, unload, label, pack, and store work-in-progress and finished goods.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Must be at least 18 years of age.
Must be legally authorized to work in the country for which you are applying for employment without now or in the future needing sponsorship for employment visa status
Must have reliable transportation to and from work
Must be able to work overtime, with or without reasonable accommodation
Must be able to read, write, comprehend and communicate in English
Two years of experience within a manufacturing or chemical environment
Experience with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Experience watching gauges, dials, or other indicators to make sure a machine is working properly
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