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Pump & Motor Technician in Nivelles at Westinghouse Electric Company

Date Posted: 11/1/2018

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Job Description

Job ID: 27991BR

As a Pump & Motor Workshop Technician, you will:

1. Act as member of a team in charge of the full scope of refurbishment of primary and auxiliary pumps (disassembly, inspection, refurbishment, reassembly)

2. Act as member of a team in charge of the full scope of refurbishment of primary reactor coolant pump motors (disassembly, inspection, refurbishment, reassembly)

3. Continuous improvement of existing workshop procedures

4. Support the shop team in permanently improving the shop organization and processes

5. Act in a manner that safety and quality at all levels are a priority

6. Learn the technical work to become independent technical control on P&M activities performed in Nivelles

7. As necessary, support P&M Field Service activities to acquire experience to retrofit in his activities at the Nivelles Service Center



Minimum Requirements:


•Technician in Electro-mechanics
•Experience preferred on electrical motors (AC and DC) refurbishment (diagnostics, electrical tests)
•Experience in nuclear power plants is a plus
•Willingness to travel up to 30%



Benefits:

Westinghouse offers an international and dynamic work environment in a company leader in the nuclear power industry. Westinghouse employees benefit from stimulating professional experiences where coaching and continuous training allow real personal development.
An attractive salary package including numerous extralegal benefits (Pension insurance, hospitalization insurance, meal vouchers, éco-chèques, extra vacation days, on site cafeteria, …) is offered.

Notice:

Westinghouse is committed to an equal opportunities policy and will assess all applicants fairly on the basis of their abilities and potential, according to the needs of the job. Please note that due to the nature of work in the nuclear industry, and to maintain our high standards of safety at work, it is necessary that some occupations may require a specified physical condition which may preclude people with some disabilities from being able to carry out these roles. Disabled people will be assessed on the basis of their abilities and potential, according to the requirements of the job. In the event that a candidate supplies information in the recruitment process which indicates that they may require reasonable adjustments to be made to either the recruitment process and/or the working environment, you will be contacted in the first instance to discuss the available options and to obtain your consent to any discussion or arrangement of this.