Mechanical maintenance method specialist in IMO-Mechanical (J0294076) Finland

We are currently looking for a Mechanical maintenance method specialist in IMO-Mechanical for a Nuclear Power Plant.

Terms and conditions:

Job Location                            : OL3 project, Finland

Type of Assignment                 : Contract hire

Starting Date                           : ASAP

Duration                                  : 6 months

Duration                                  : 1 year renewable

Work Schedule                         :  5 days per week

Medical Coverage                     : Provided

Mob/Demob Tickets                  : Provided

Accommodation                        : Provided

 

 

SCOPE (INCLUDING MAIN SKILLS):

 

Skills required:

More than 20 years of experienced in nuclear power plant in operation in mechanical maintenance team, including more than 5 years with management responsibility

Several years of experience on EPR during construction and commissioning phases (TSN or OL3 or FA3)

Technical knowledge on valves, pumps, other mechanical equipment important for safety of nuclear power plants (SC1, SC2, IPS -important pour la sureté-)

Technical:

Experience in root cause analysis, risk analysis, training, implementation of nuclear safety proof processes of maintenance department

Scope description

Having the authorization to inspect any scope of work part of IMO-mechanical team, the mechanical maintenance method specialist will advise and support IMO mechanical manager, team leaders and subcontractors to improve working practices within the team:

Advise to implement better training for the fitters and supervisors (started)

Advise the subcontractors to implement better qualification process of their staff working on OL3 (started)

Reinforce Inspection on the field to ensure correct performance of works (started)

Advise and follow implementation of risk analysis before work performance

Alert IMO management on weak points inside its organization

Ensure that health and safety project targets are met:

This work needs to be done having health and safety and nuclear safety as overall priority.

 

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