Design and modification of replacements for obsolete nuclear power plant systems, structures and components. Utilizing station and ES procedures and guidelines to produce
quality engineering products that are timely, technically accurate, and compliant with design and licensing basis requirements, including updating plant documents and drawings as a result of modifications.
The position will be filled at the appropriate level based on the candidate's engineering experience.
Engineer I (less than 1 year experience) - Entry level work to develop good technical and professional work habits. Processes programmatic documents using procedures, drawings, vendor technical manuals, etc.
Gaining practical exposure to application of engineering principals on small projects or support on larger projects. Work limited in scope.
Engineer II (minimum of 1 year experience) - Assists in design and engineering support of construction, operation and maintenance activities. Minor coordination and leadership responsibilities.
Performs engineering calculations, design and design interpretations, prepares specifications and reports as required. Applies sound engineering principals on small or minor projects or support on large projects; work scope is moderate.
Engineer III (minimum of 4 years experience) - Designs projects or parts of projects. Schedules and coordinates field projects.
Performs tests and inspections of material, equipment, and/or processes. Fully functional and productive engineer working independently on larger, moderately more complex projects/assignments.
Engineer IV (minimum of 6 years experience, PE certification) - Seasoned engineer with responsibility for advanced engineering work; responsible for entire projects or functions having modest scope/impact or portions of projects with considerable scope/impact. Plans, directs, and supervises design of major projects of parts of major projects, preparation of specifications, contracts, and work order requests. Provides project supervision and review.
Minimum qualifications for all engineering levels: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from a university or college with an ABET-accredited program required.
Applicants must have strong computer skills and be highly motivated self-starters with excellent leadership, communication, and organizational skills.
Applicants must be capable of traversing the plant to gather information and observe current plant configuration.
Applicants must be able to work both independently and on a team.
Applicants must be capable and willing to accept future roles of increased responsibility.
Within specific engineering applications, applicants must possess a general understanding of operations, systems, licensing, applicable laws and regulations, and industry standards.
Equal Employment Opportunity
SCANA and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity, affirmative action employers. Our jobs are open to all applicants regardless of race, color, sex (to include pregnancy, childbirth, and all related medical conditions), gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, marital status, pregnancy, disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law.
Please submit your online application on or before October 11, 2018.