Fire Protection Engineer
|Job Order ID:||362
|Schedule:||Start Date: ASAP
|Job Location:||N/ASouth Carolina
|Brief Description:||Must be a registered PE and have a degree in Fire Protection.
JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Provide fire code and fire program expertise. Ensure program compliance with codes, standards, and regulations.
- Prepare for NRC/INPO pre-operational inspections.
- Monitor and trend the testing and performance of the fire protection detection and protection systems
- Review design/field changes for accuracy, program impact, and functional testing.
- Develop and improve Preventive Maintenance tasks based on corrective actions and monitoring, Operating Experience, and PM feedback.
- Participate and assess fire drills and emergency response exercises.
- Review and respond to industry OE
- Develop and oversee fire protection system acceptance testing.
General Engineering responsibilities:
- Plans, organizes and manages work to meet project schedules and changing priorities.
- Evaluates equipment failures and recommends appropriate course of action
- Evaluates and implements design changes to plant equipment
- Evaluates, monitors and trends plant data for assigned area of work or system
- Troubleshoots systems, performs predictive and root cause analysis, and determines and initiates corrective action
- Plans assigned phases of preventive, routine and special maintenance programs, and performs engineering evaluations of equipment needed for the operation of a safe and economical nuclear plant
- Provides guidance and training to other employees and contractors on technical issues within an assigned area of work or system
JOB REQUIREMENTS Education Requirements:
- Bachelor of Science degree in Fire Protection Engineering from an accredited college or university is preferred.
- Bachelor of Science degree in an Engineering discipline from an accredited college or university and a Professional Engineer Fire Protection license plus 3 or more years of Fire Protection Engineering experience, is required.
- At least four years in the engineering field including three years of fire protection engineering work responsibilities is highly desired.
- Nuclear power plant experience is preferred
- Membership in the Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) is highly desired,
- Detailed knowledge of plant systems and processes is preferred
- Working knowledge of NFPA codes, with an emphasis on NFPA 10, 13, 20, 72, and 805 is preferred.