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Director Outage Work Management in Madison, PA at Westinghouse Electric Company

Date Posted: 1/31/2018

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    Madison, PA
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    Not Specified
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Job Description

Job ID: 26709BR

Responsible for overall management of outage managers and program/project managers related to outage execution and delivery. This oversight includes field services SG, RF, P&M, NSSS Repair and install related activities and leadership of overall outage management. Outage managment oversight also includes coordination with WEC Welding & Machining and WesDyne. Activities include: first time site services, major weld services, installation of plant equipment, and various plant equipment upgrade services. As outage work managment director the individual is responsible for setting standards for outage implementation, improving efficiencies in outage work processes, managing busness and customer interface for work scope and any changes in that work scope. Additioanally, responsible for the leadership and oversite of the Westinghouse Outage Control Center (WOCC), customer interface for challenge reviews, and planning and scheduling for WEC Welding and Machining field work.

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor of Science
10 years of Nuclear Industry Experience


Employees enjoy a comprehensive benefits package including Competitive Pay, Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance, Short Term Disability & Long Term Disability, Life & Accident Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, 401(k) Savings Plan, and Paid Vacation. We also offer a number of work/life programs such as flextime and a variety of training and development opportunities.


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