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Nuclear Instrument Control Technician

Company: DTE Energy
Location: Newport
Posted on: January 17, 2020

Job Description:

Nuclear Instrument & Control Technician ======================================= Location: Newport, MI, US Company: DTE Electric Company Job ID: 3444 The future is bright at DTE Energy! We are one of the largest Fortune 500 diversified utilities in the United States with an aspiration to be the best-operated energy company in North America and a force for good in the communities we live and serve. We have businesses in 26 different states and are comprised of regulated utility and non-utility businesses. Our utility business provides electric and gas service to approximately 3 million customers. Our non-utility businesses include a diversified portfolio of energy related companies, ranging from gas storage and pipelines to renewable power development. Recently, DTE Energy has been recognized as an outstanding place to work and has received the following accolades: * Gallup Great Workplace Award for consecutive years * Civic 50 Award for corporate citizenship excellence * Indeed s annual 50 Best Places to Work award for two years running * Metropolitan Detroit s 101 Best and Brightest Companies to work For * J.D. Power Customer Satisfaction Award * Professional Women s Magazine/Black EOE Journal Best of the Best * Computerworld s 100 Best Places to Work in IT * Best Employers for a Healthy Lifestyle Gold Award * Detroit Free Press Green Leaders Award DTE Energy is an equal opportunity employer and considers all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, disability, national origin, citizenship, height, weight, genetic information, marital status, pregnancy, protected veteran status or any other status protected by law. External Pre-Hire Assessment Required: Team Member Pre-Hire Assessment Testing Required: EEI MASS Test Job Summary: Under indirect and intermittent supervision, installs and maintains a wide variety of instrumentation and control systems and components. Troubleshoots and repairs instrumentation and control system and component failures or discrepancies. Uses a variety of test equipment and hand and power tools. Works from drawings, data sheets, vendor manuals, technical procedures and other work documents. Authors and edits written procedures for the performance of I&C work, both nuclear safety related and non-safety related. Directs other I&C Journeymen, both on a routine, day-to-day basis and as project leader. Directly trains and assists in the training of other I&C Journeymen as assigned. Key Accountabilities: 1. INSTALLS, INSPECTS, CALIBRATES, TROUBLESHOOTS, TESTS, ADJUSTS, REPAIRS, MODIFIES, UPGRADES, REPLACES, CHECKS and/or MAINTAINS a variety of equipment, systems and instrumentation including but not limited to: o Analog and digital nuclear instruments associated with Power Range Monitors, Source and Intermediate Range Monitors, and Process and Area Radiation Monitoring systems. Typical components include detectors (fission tubes, Geiger-Muller tubes, ion chambers, etc.), signal conditioners (preamplifiers, pulse amplifiers, CPU's, A-D converters, discriminators, etc.), display and trip devices (panel indicators, recorders, bistable trip units, etc.) and other analog and digital indication and control systems as assigned by supervision. o Electronic instrumentation and control equipment including: automatic control equipment; alarm and tripping devices; indicating and recording instruments which include analog and digital paper and paperless data recorders; pH meters and recorders, conductivity meters, mimic displays; scales, tachometers, potentiometers, cycle timers, thermocouples, timing devices etc. o Fiber optic network systems and fiber optic cable installations, including electro-optical components. o Plant control systems, including simple and complex electrical, electronic, hydraulic and pneumatic control systems. These systems include analog and digital electronic control systems, digital programmable logic control systems (PLC's), digital Distributed Control Systems (DCS) and other control systems. o Fermi 1 equipment and the site sewage system. PERFORMS SURVEILLANCE TESTING on Fermi 1 equipment to support the Fermi 1 license. 2. USES and/or MAINTAINS a variety of equipment including: o Testing equipment such as oscilloscopes, manometers, digital voltmeters, ammeters, ohmmeters, frequency counters, X-V plotters, Time Domain Reflectometers, Optical Time Domain Reflectometers, Programmable Digital Calibrators, On-Line computer based process loop tuning systems, Lanyard Pots, vibration indicators, signal generators, water columns, dead weight and resistance bridges, and various types of digital and analog recorders, etc. USES jewelers tools, soldering equipment, torches, wrenches, drills, flaring tools, grinders, drill presses, micrometers, calipers, etc., when removing, installing, modifying, or repairing instruments and instrumentation systems. o Solid-state electronic equipment such as process transmitters, process controllers, process receivers, signal characterizers, dynamic compensators, digital counters, and programmable logic controllers. Such maintenance consists of replacing and or repairing integrated circuits, transistors, resistors, capacitors, tubes, transformers, printed circuit boards, etc. o Site security equipment, such as explosive detectors, x-ray machines, metal detectors, microwave intrusion detectors, computer system multiplexers, card readers, etc. As part of the security program, qualifies for and maintains qualification to access security safeguard information. 3. TROUBLESHOOTS and CORRECTS Electrical, electronic, mechanical, hydraulic, or pneumatic failures as they apply to instrumentation and control systems (from point of origin to final control element i.e. electrical circuits, process transmitter, field wiring or tubing, process controllers and indicators, connections, selector switches and valves, positioners, final process control elements, etc.). 4. PROGRAMS various digital programmable systems in the plant, to include data recorders, programmable logic controllers, distributed control systems, single loop controllers etc. TROUBLESHOOTS and DEBUGS programming problems. 5. ACTS as a JOB LEADER or PROJECT LEADER. As a leader, directly and indirectly supervises other I & C Journeymen and tradesman working on repair and modification jobs or projects. As part of these duties, the project lead interfaces with other groups onsite, including Operations, Modifications, System Engineering, Plant Engineering, and others. Job Leaders and Project Leaders participate in and direct pre-job briefs for other I & C Journeymen and tradesman from other work groups. Works as a member of multi-disciplined teams, (i.e. FIRST team, Valve team, and Turbine Repair or Overhaul teams). Assists in TRAINING and EVALUATION OF NEW I & C Journeymen in progression. 6. ACTS as a WORK PLANNER. As a work planner, utilizes the work control software to prepare work requests and work packages. This includes referring to relevant technical sources, i.e. prints, diagrams, procedures, vendor manuals, engineering documents, etc. Responsible for ensuring that all aspects of the work control program are included in said work packages, including plant impact statements, relevant reactor and industrial safety information, cautions and warnings, and other information necessary to provide proper and thorough guidance and documentation for maintenance work done at Fermi. 7. ACTS as a member of the Curriculum Review Committee (CRC). This committee is responsible for the planning, development, scheduling and implementation of the instrument shop training program. 8. AUTHORS, EDITS, and provides TECHNICAL REVIEW of I&C related procedures and work documents. This work requires extensive knowledge of the plant operating license, technical specifications, 10CFR50-59, and other rules and regulations pertaining to procedural guidelines. 9. PERFORMS Surveillance on Plant Instrumentation, which verifies that systems and/or components function as designed/required by the Technical Specifications in support of the Facility Operating License. MUST be KNOWLEDGEABLE in regards to the applicable Technical Specifications and Limiting Conditions for Operation (LCO's) associated with work on Safety Related Equipment and its supporting systems and structures. These time limited LCO's can lead to required actions whereby systems and/or components could be declared inoperable leading to plant shutdown and an NRC notification of a Licensee Event. 10. OPERATES manlifts, stake trucks, bucket trucks, and other company vehicles as required. 11. ERECTS and TEARS DOWN temporary work platforms and scaffolding. PERFORMS RIGGING of various large valve actuators and other heavy pieces of I&C equipment. 12. ADVISES on the tagging of control equipment to protect personnel, to prevent damage to instruments or accidental outages or major equipment. ACTS as protection leader for other work crews and groups. RESPONSIBLE for protection for contractor's performing instrumentation work on site. 13. As required, BUILDS and INSTALLS test set-ups including pressure, flow and temperature transmitters, indicating and recording devices. FABRICATES and INSTALLS thermocouples needed for tests and temperature measurements. PERFORMS or ASSISTS in special and routine tests. 14. MAINTAINS records of repairs, instrument calibration data, and ordering of spare parts. PREPARES lists of parts and materials and SUBMITS to the Nuclear Instrument Repair Supervisor for approval. 15. INTERPRETS blueprints, engineering instructions, drawings, diagrams, schematics, computerized information system, vendor instruction manuals and USES charts, curves, tables, graphs, mathematics, etc., in instrument calibration. As directed, PREPARES calibration and other procedures. 16. INITIATES requests for work on instrument and control equipment. ASSEMBLES and VERIFIES completeness of work packages. 17. PROVIDES technical support to other Nuclear Production Organization on complex instrumentation and control components and systems. 18. USES chemicals such as chlorine, acids, caustics, hydrogen, ammonia, hydrazine, carbon dioxide, oxygen, etc., when servicing equipment. 19. MEETS entry-level requirements and MAINTAINS QUALIFICATIONS unique to the Nuclear Industry in accordance with the accredited Training Program and applicable State and Federal Regulations. 20. RESPONDS to plant emergencies and emergency drills as members of the Radiological Emergency Response Preparedness team (RERP). Qualifications Must be working as an Instrument Repairman A or Nuclear Instrumentation and Control Journeyman or Have a least four and one-half years industrial instrument repair experience including two years of electronic control systems component repair experience -OR- A minimum of six years military nuclear training and technician experience, and be qualified to perform Nuclear Instrumentation and Control Journeyman functions. - Must have a High School Diploma or GED. Must conform with ANSI standard AAN-18,1-1971, Selection and Training of Nuclear Power Plant Personnel. - Must have satisfactorily completed two years of formal course work containing topics commonly found in High School College prep courses in Algebra and Physics or similar course work. Satisfactory completion of the Power Generation Organizational Unit requirements for Steam and Basic Electricity courses will be accepted in place of the Physics requirement. (Documentation of these courses will be required prior to final selection decision). - Must have an Electrical Certificate or pass the Achievement Test in Basic Electricity (ATIBE) to obtain the electrical certificate within six months of starting the job. - Must be able to complete all required initial training (Generic, Support, and Duty Area) within two years of hire date. - Must take the Power Plant Maintenance Selection System (MASS) test and attain a Recommended score. (Exception: You will not be required to take the MASS test if you are an incumbent and/or changing location, or have previously taken and passed the test at the same or higher score.) - Security screening and drug testing is required for access. - Must have a valid driver's license and meet Company driving standards. - Must meet regulatory requirements per Fermi procedures. - Must be willing to work rotating shifts and weekends as assigned. Nearest Major Market: Monroe Nearest Secondary Market: Detroit

Keywords: DTE Energy, Detroit , Nuclear Instrument Control Technician, Professions , Newport, Michigan

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