|Date Posted||November 29, 2017|
Power to the People.
We're committed to:
Transforming the potential of existing and new infrastructure and technology to improve lives through safer, cleaner and smarter energy.
If you're interested in providing clients with:
Power, Nuclear, Renewables and Future Energy expertise
We want to talk to you!
Our talented teams design complex new schemes, assure the longevity and integrity of existing infrastructure and deliver trusted, innovative advice critical to the success of the global energy market.
Power and Electrical
Expertise in thermal generation and power networks is helping our clients address the need for secure, affordable and renewable energy sources. There's a world of opportunities here for people who want to start or develop their career in this exciting sector.
Our mission is to improve lives through nuclear energy, providing clients with nuclear new build, fuel enrichment, nuclear design, generation, decommissioning, waste management and defense.
We've got experts who offer all kinds of solutions in all aspects of offshore renewable energy technology. And we're passionate about spearheading the move towards a low carbon economy – we'll do it by making clean energy sources safe, reliable and cost effective. There's plenty of potential to apply your skills in this fast moving market.
Atkins is currently seeking a highly motivated self-starter to join our Aiken Energy Team as Operations Technician 2.
Performs a wide range of facility, equipment and machine operations associated with an Atkins site/program/ project/function and or facility process(es).
Ensures compliance with Atkins policies and procedures and with local, state and federal regulations. Performs operations work as part of a team of semi-skilled and skilled workers (e.g., laborers; decontamination workers; and facility, equipment and process operators).
Operates a variety of equipment: (1) hand and power tools; (2) small, fixed-facility (light) equipment; (3) medium weight equipment; (4) heavy equipment and (5) cranes. Decontaminates equipment, machinery and work areas.
Uses equipment to perform construction, demolition, material handling, waste treatment and soil remediation work.
These tasks are necessary to maintain a healthy and productive workforce, to ensure smooth company operations and to ensure customer requirements are met.
Monitors and operates equipment using normal, abnormal and emergency operating procedures. Operates equipment within the bounds of the Documented Safety Analysis (DSA) as applicable.
Operates equipment under the direction of a Test Engineer, the Test Operations manager or a Shift Operations Manager in support of testing, commissioning and operations as applicable, according to location.
Works under the direction of the Operations Foreman as applicable, according to location.
Complies with all local, state and federal health and safety regulations and site health and safety requirements.
Complies with all requirements for wearing personal protective equipment while performing job duties.
Participates in procedure development and revision, job hazard analysis and safety walkdowns as applicable.
Uses a variety of small, fixed-facility and light equipment such as water pumps, high-pressure washers and small forklifts to clean contaminated equipment and areas and to perform facility operations activities.
Coordinates construction, maintenance, material selection and repair activities with maintenance and laboratory staff, contractors and vendors.
Performs facility compliance and safety inspections (e.g., Best Available Technology and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act-related inspections) after obtaining necessary qualifications and as directed.
May perform the work of an Operator 1 as required.
May lead and direct the work of an Operator 1.
May provide training to Operator 1 employees as needed and reviews the work of others as needed.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Strong listening skills.
Basic written, verbal and organizational skills.
Normal vision (with or without correction).
Strong interpersonal skills and team player attitude.
General knowledge of local, state and federal health and safety regulations [e.g., Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)].
Ability to understand and apply health and safety regulations and requirements.
Ability to read computer screens and printed documents and to operate small equipment.
Basic computer skills, including the ability to operate equipment using HMI.
Ability to comprehend procedure and work package instructions as applicable.
Ability to successfully pass a fundamentals entry examination as applicable.
Ability to complete the Salt Waste Processing Facility Operator training program as applicable.
Ability to perform physically demanding work.
Ability to work in extreme weather conditions and environments wherein there is exposure to noise, dust, grease, smoke, fumes, noxious odors, gases, chemicals and mechanical and electrical hazards.
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. and wear a respirator.
Strong attention to detail.
Working knowledge of facility processes, operations and equipment.
Working knowledge of machine construction, maintenance and deconstruction.
Demonstrated ability to perform maintenance and repairs on fixed, small-scale industrial equipment used to perform job duties.
Demonstrated ability to operate electronics and computers to diagnose and repair machines used to perform job duties.
Demonstrated ability to handle more complex work and schedule tasks assigned to Operator 1 employees as appropriate.
High School diploma or GED
Ability to obtain applicable qualification card required (for a Decontamination Operator 2, forklift operator, high pressure washer, BAT/RCRA inspector, sample technician, switchman or water or yard dog truck operator).
Valid driver's license with a clean record required. Evidence of insurability required.
For jobs located at the Salt Waste location, must be qualified as a Salt Waste Processing Facility/Parsons Technology Center (PTC) Operator.
A minimum of 6 months of related experience as an Operator 1 or equivalent offsite experience.
We work together across an international network of offices. This means that wherever in the world a project is being delivered, our clients benefit from industry-leading expertise, as well as a dedicated local contact. We understand the importance of having deep roots in the community; knowing and understanding local requirements, practices and culture. This allows us to be true collaborative partners with our clients, so that together, we can tackle complex projects and enhance communities throughout the U.S. and around the world.
Making a positive impact on the built and natural environment takes more than just skill – it takes heart. If you put your heart into everything you do, come join our team.
Atkins offers its employees a robust rewards package which includes: a competitive salary; a broad benefits package including medical/RX, dental, vision, life, disability, legal, hospitalization and other valuable voluntary options; generous time-off programs; flexible work schedules; 401(k) with employer match; professional and career development opportunities through our corporate university, as well as a highly-regarded tuition reimbursement program; and an unmatched culture focused on client-service, quality, and tireless pursuit of excellence in all we do. Atkins is an equal opportunity, drug-free employer committed to diversity in the workplace. EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability.
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