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Under direct supervision, inspects, tests, repairs and calibrates instrument systems including reactor and turbine plant control and protective equipment, radiation counting and detecting instrumentation and security equipment.
Tests all types of meters and gauges in the plant.
Performs corrective or routine maintenance duties including decontamination, cleaning and replacing components of circuits. Maintains accurate records of instrument calibration and work performed. Installs, tests and maintains all types of relays when used in connection with the most involved control systems and equipment arrangements at major stations on the bulk power system.
Tests equipment involving the bulk power system such as large circuit breakers. Tests and maintains the complicated equipment such as supervisory, tone, telemetering and carrier equipment. Reviews and analyzes problems to recommend improvements and modifications in organization, procedures, policies, standards, specifications, methods, processes, and equipment.
To be assigned as needed to support decon, housekeeping, painting, calibration or tool room work and other duties as assigned by the Company. Provides training and oversight to other personnel. Performs emergency response duties as assigned.
Assists other maintenance and modifications crafts. This position requires the completion of an I&C Technician qualification book.
High school diploma or equivalent in accordance with ANSI requirements.
Must have a two year associates applied science accredited college degree in process controls or electrical technology; or an accredited degree from a Company affiliated College (Nuclear Uniform Curriculum Program).
Must have two years process controls related experience or an accredited degree from a Company affiliated College (Nuclear Uniform Curriculum Program) which includes internship experience.
Must pass a validated aptitude test.
Must meet requirements of NRC psychological testing regulations.
Must satisfactorily complete Plant Access and Radiation Safety training, including respirator qualifications and maintain unescorted access.
May be subject to certification and recertification with periodic reviews if required by NRC or industry standards.
Must be physically capable of performing the essential functions of this position.
Exelon is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and employees or applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law.
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