If you are looking for a new job in Georgia, now is your moment. There are several opportunities to join our growing team of contractors with some exciting roles opening up. Here’s a look at five of the most interesting jobs you should consider, opening up just this month.
1. Sr. Licensing Engineer, Waynesboro, GA
Williams Industrial Services Group is looking for a Licensing Engineer to start in early November for an estimated 6-month contract. Applicants should have effective written and verbal communication skills, strong competency with computer programs (i.e., Microsoft Office), as well as nuclear licensing experience in NRC inspector interface and NRC inspection support. They should have experience with nuclear industry codes and standards (i.e., ASME, IEEE), as well as previous AP1000 experience. Nuclear licensing experience for preparing licensing document changes/NRC submittals is desired as well.
2. Quality Assurance Lead and Surveillance Lead, Waynesboro, GA
Williams is also looking for a QA and Surveillance Lead in Waynesboro to start November 1st. This is for a 1-year contract. Desired qualifications include engineering, construction, and/or nuclear plant experience, with nuclear plant operation experience considered a positive factor. Applicants with project management experience are highly desirable, and excellent oral and written communication skills are needed to convey important information, facts, and ideas effectively. Candidates must meet requirements to obtain and maintain a lead Auditor Certification pursuant to ASME NQA-1-1194, Supplement 2S-3, and Appendix 2A-3.
Education requirements include an Associate or Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering, Physical Sciences, or another technical area. ANSI N45.2.23 or ASME NQA-1-1994 Lead Auditor Certification or ability to be certified within 6 months is required.
3. FFD Collector/Technician, Baxley, GA
The Fitness for Duty Collector/Technician is an individual within the Fitness for Duty (FFD) organization that supports the drug and alcohol testing program, performed in accordance with the requirements of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations (10 CFR 26) and FFD procedures. This position performs functions related to the drug and alcohol screening process, including (but not limited to) collecting specimens for pre-access, random, follow-up, for-cause, and post-event screens, assisting with and/or conducting random and follow-up pool notifications, and appropriately documenting related information.
Williams is looking for candidates for this role to conduct screenings such as hearing test, pulmonary function tests, lab work, EKG, etc., for mandated physical examinations (e.g., Licensed Operators, Nuclear Security Officers, and respirator) and ensures both medical & FFD supplies are appropriately stocked and ready for use. This position also provides initial evaluation and/or treatment, as needed, for both occupational and personal injuries and illnesses and may be requested to take call for off-hours medical or FFD issues/concerns.
4. Internal Auditor, Tucker, GA
The Internal Auditor will have the skills vital to the successful performance of all duties regarding the full audit cycle, including risk management and control management of operational effectiveness and financial reliability. A deep commitment to compliance with all applicable directives and regulation is a must. Essential functions of this role include performing internal audits to ensure concise and accurate operations, identifying and assessing areas of significant business risk. Auditors will be expected to manage resources and audit assignments, develop, implement, and maintain audit policies and procedures in accordance with local and national best practices, and compile and implement the Internal Audit plan.
Additionally, these professionals must be able to ensure complete, accurate, and timely audit information is reported to Management and/or Audit Committee, act as liaison with external auditors, and conduct ad hoc investigations into identified or reported risks. They oversee risk-based audits covering operational and financial processes, prepare and present reports that reflect audit’s results and document process, and act as an objective source of independent advice to ensure validity, legality, and goal achievement.
5. Initial Test Program Tagout Coordinator, Waynesboro, GA
This role is in need of candidates with at least 4 years’ experience in the preparation, review, approval, and execution of tagouts for maintenance and testing purposes. Past nuclear power plant (PWR preferred) operational experience as an SRO or RO is desired. Previous operations or operations training experience on an AP1000 plant desired. Individuals are desired with backgrounds in tagouts to support testing, troubleshooting, and maintenance at commercial nuclear power plants. Knowledge of OSHA requirements for safe work on mechanical, electrical, I&C (digital), and HVAC systems and components is required. Williams is looking for candidates available to start as soon as possible. The Estimated duration of the assignment is 1 year, with the possibility of extension.