Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation Maintenance Scheduler (Electrical) in Burlington, Kansas
The Maintenance Scheduler position will be responsible to develop work group schedules to ensure resources are utilized in the most efficient and cost effective manner to support plant activities and work assignments. This will be accomplished through proper communication channels and focusing on backlogs, targeted work and resource availability.
Point of contact for other groups, Work Week Managers and supervision concerning scheduling work activities and resolving conflicts both within the work groups and other work groups.
Know how to research and retrieve work control information and be knowledgeable of various resource schedule information, such as training, vacation, e-plan, shift compliments and compile into a resource schedule that is aligned with the work group and plant site.
Produce and provide manpower availability to the work group Management and IPS to ensure schedules are properly loaded with available and qualified workers.
Prioritize work to determine best fit when work scope is greater than availability/skills by communicating with the work group supervision and IPS.
Correct work order target errors to ensure work is properly scheduled based on plant conditions, equipment availability and efficiency.
Process POD change forms and ensure the affected work groups are notified of the change.
Provide the work group and supervision with the latest approved schedule no later than T-4 so the work groups can properly perform walk downs and reviews. Correct any scheduling deficincies or conflicts.
Work with the work group management team and IPS to address any emergent issues or concerns that effect available resources and plant equipment needs.
Attend weekly schedule development meetings to provide input for job duration, walkdowns, and coordination for jobs scheduled to be worked in a given week. Ensure work is properly sequenced with predecessors and successors.
Perform other duties as assigned by supervision/management.
This position requires a high school diploma or GED equivalent and eight years relevant experience.
Relevant experience is defined as a combination of experience and knowledge with the work control process and the work group craft discipline programs and procedures within craft work groups.
Related education may be considered for/or in lieu of relevant experience.
This position requires basic computer knowledge including typing, Microsoft Word, Excel, MPAC, EPS - DRM, Curator and file management. Experience with P6 software is preferred.
The incumbent must demonstrate his/her ability to handle conflict resolution, identify and solve problems and have the initiative to take responsibility.
This position requires attention to detail, knowledge of work activities, work control processes, scheduling processes, good people skills, credibility, dependability, patience, and good written and verbal communication skills.
Note: This is a bargaining unit position.BOTH NON-BARGAINING UNIT AND BARGAINING UNIT EMPLOYEES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLYDEADLINE FOR INTERNAL CANDIDATES IS 6/29/17