You will be seconded to the Owner to help plan, manage and integrate the system completion activities by its EPC contractor at the first new nuclear power plant in Finland in over 20 years. You will help to plan, manage and integrate completion of electrical and I&C systems to prepare them for commissioning (Commissioning will be performed by EPC Contractor (Areva) and its multi-national subcontractors). Your work may involve the evaluation, selection, and adaptation of standard proven work methods.
You will help to plan and manage activities related to electrical construction. On behalf of the Owner, you will integrate with EPC contractor to help coordinate work, resolve interferences, ensure proper installation/termination. This requires experience, demonstrated skill, effective communication skills and a broad knowledge of precedents in the industry.
Principle responsibilities on behalf of the Owner include but are not limited to the following:
The Electrical Superintendent is responsible for the planning and execution of all electrical work performed by EPC contractor’s subcontractors. Responsibilities to include but not limited to the following:
- Supervise and direct subcontractor craft activities, and others, as assigned;
- Ensure assigned construction operations and subcontractors performance are in compliance with specifications;
- Perform general functions inherent in all supervisory field positions;
- Schedule and coordinate the sequence of work for several crews of subcontractor crafts operating within a single area;
- Coordinate multi-discipline subcontractor craft activities within a specific area of the project, or all related crafts and superintendents of a single discipline covering multiple areas of the project;
- Plan and coordinate the installation/removal of temporary power;
- Supervise installation of above ground raceways and supports, underground raceway, cable installation, cable and wire terminations, instrumentation, electrical equipment, medium and high voltage equipment;
- Coordinate subcontractor work activities and interfaces on the project when required;
- Ensure optimal use of construction equipment and tools on the project;
- Provide constructability suggestions, input and feedback;
Provide leadership for the safety, accident prevention, and fire prevention programs on the project which includes:
- Inspecting the site for unsafe conditions and practices;
- Taking appropriate corrective action to correct all observed problems;
- Participating in weekly tool box safety meetings.
- Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering or a Construction related discipline from an accredited university preferred;
- Ability to obtain work permit to perform work in country of assignment;
- Must be physically capable to conduct field inspections and participate in project walkdowns which require the following activities: extensive walking in and around a construction site, climbing ladders, climbing scaffolding, walking on elevated platforms, walking on uneven surfaces, climbing in very small and/or confined spaces;
- Must be able to pass nuclear security screening requirements and be able to obtain and maintain unescorted access to a nuclear power facility;
- Have a working knowledge of nuclear construction operations;
- Demonstrated commitment to Environment, Safety and Health (ES&H). Demonstrated commitment to a Zero Accident safety program;
- Must be computer literate and familiar with Microsoft Suite software;
- Must be familiar with current industry quality standards;
- Basic to intermediate experience in electrical construction activities of nuclear power and non-reactor nuclear facility EPC projects.