Duke Energy Nuclear Station Instructor - Ops - McGuire Nuclear Station in Huntersville, North Carolina
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Hybrid Mobility Classification – Work will be performed from both remote and onsite locations after the onboarding period. However, hybrid employees should live within a reasonable daily commute to a Duke Energy facility.
The responsibilities of this position are to analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate the accredited Operations Training programs at McGuire Nuclear Station, which includes licensed and non-licensed operators, in accordance with the Systematic Approach to Training (SAT).
Duties and Responsibilities:
· Develop, revise, and update training materials to ensure technical accuracy and content.
· Conduct classroom, laboratory, simulator, and in-plant training.
· Develop, administer, grade, and control examinations and other appropriate evaluation tools.
· Evaluate training programs, students, and training materials.
· Recommend, track, and implement improvements to training programs and materials.
· Support the development and implementation of quality training programs that comply with INPO and NRC requirements, industry criteria, and customer expectations.
· Participate in site and industry training assessments, audits and evaluations.
· Maintain contact and alignment with nuclear station groups and activities and current training methodologies to ensure technical competence for providing the assigned training programs.
· Cultivate and maintain a close working relationship with the Operations organization.
· Support the McGuire Emergency Response Organization for emergency response roles.
The position requires multiple hours per day in rotating settings to include an office environment, classroom, and simulator. On a less frequent basis, the position is required to spend time in the plant with students on tours and conducting evaluations. At specific times in programs, this position will require weekend and backshift support.
· Bachelor's degree (four years of like-work experience may be substituted in lieu of a degree) and 5 - 7 years like-work experience, or combination of education and like-work experience totaling 9+ years.
· Ability to obtain a McGuire SRO certification.
· Sound computer skills and be familiar with MS Office applications including Word, PowerPoint, Access, and Excel.
· Strong written and verbal communications skills in all settings.
• Previous Operations Training experience which includes being qualified in all training settings (classroom, simulator, OJT/TPE, developer) with a demonstrated sound working knowledge of the SAT process and experience in the NRC initial License examination process and INPO accreditation renewal process.
• Previously licensed or certified at a similar plant design.
• Proven self-starter, results oriented, requiring little/no supervision.
• Ability to learn new software such as Action Tracking and Vision.
• Ability to analyze work processes and procedures for determining training needs and to make process improvements.
• Previous involvement with projects requiring interface with the NRC or INPO within the last three years.
• Ability to plan, organize, lead and monitor major activities and projects.
Relocation Assistance Provided (as applicable) Yes
Represented/Union Position No
Visa Sponsored Position No
Posting Expiration Date
Wednesday, July 13, 2022
All job postings expire at 12:01 AM on the posting expiration date.
Please note that in order to be considered for this position, you must possess all of the basic/required qualifications.
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