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RES Shop Supervisor

Are you interested in being part of an innovative team that supports Westinghouse’s mission to provide clean energy solutions? At Westinghouse, we recognize that our employees are our most valuable asset and we seek to identify, attract and recruit the most qualified talent while recognizing and encouraging the value of diversity in the global workplace.

 

Does this sound like something you want to be a part of?

 

Your Day-to-Day:

Implement standards contained in Westinghouse Codes of Business Ethics & Conduct. Ensure that all employees reporting to this position are informed about the standards and related policies, and enforce them within this supervised activity.

  1. Oversight of safety in a manufacturing environment including: electrical safety involving high voltage; safety in heavy crane lifts up to 60 tons; safety in heavy machining; rotating equipment safety; safety in welding and cryogenic gasses; and must interface closely with the site safety staff.
  2. Lead all personnel, while in shop area, to observe strict compliance with the Radiation Safety Program. Monitor personnel and area to observe unfavorable trends. Alert support personnel to discrepancies and solicit support as needed.
  3. Maintain a high standard of housekeeping within the shop area, with the objective to be "Tour Ready" without prior notification.
  4. Maintain a high standard of quality workmanship in the shop. Communicate quality expectations and practice sound principles of error proofing, with the objective to never pass on a mistake. Create area metrics and reports concerning activities of assigned departments.
  5. Interface effectively with customer technical and quality representatives during witness of shop repair and test activities.
  6. Support the Performance Management Process for shop technician personnel including development of objectives, performance reviews and compensation actions.
  7. Monitor qualification and training records for the purpose of scheduling updates and requalification.
  8. Lead the "plan of the day" meetings and interface effectively with project managers to coordinate overall site resources and activities. Interface closely with the production planner to establish realistic and accurate production schedules.
  9. Keep employees informed of area, business, and policy changes. Communicate goals and current level of group and individual performance. Maintain established employee relations policies and safety/health regulations.
  10. Effectively conduct tours of the shop facility with internal and customer executives.
  11. Coordinate maintenance and calibration of shop equipment.
  12. Assist project manager or marketing personnel in providing estimated work hours on contract proposals.
  13. Interfaces with project managers or engineering for technical conduct of service.
  14. Apply analytical skills to production or equipment issues to initiate proper corrective action.
  15. Participate in or lead special project assignments and perform designated roles (i.e. Incident Commander).
  16. Identify and implement process improvements in assigned department.

 

Who You Are:

As a successful candidate, you’d bring the following to the team:

KNOWLEDGE: General understanding of employee relations policies, industrial standards, quality requirements, and environmental/safety regulations. Solid knowledge of area technical requirements -- use of electrical and electronic test equipment; ability to follow electrical code, manuals, schematic diagrams, specifications, blueprints, and procedures; machine tool operation including set-up and operations; heavy equipment inspection, assembly, testing, and repair.

 

EDUCATION: High school diploma or recognized equivalent plus two year education certificate from a post high school technical school or satisfactory completion of two academic years of college in engineering or science. Specific knowledge in electrical or mechanical curriculum and use is required. Six or more years of directly related experience. Ten years of experience may be substituted for formal education where satisfactory evidence of electrical, electronic, mechanical and/or scientific skill has been demonstrated. c. Journeyman machinist or journeyman electrician is not required but is a positive asset.

Employment opportunities may require access to information which is subject to the export control regulations of the United States. Hiring decisions for such positions are required by law to be made in compliance with these regulations. Applicants for employment opportunities in other countries must be able to meet the comparable export control requirements of that country and of the United States.

Requisition Number:  737
Employee Type:  Professional
Job Family:  Corporate
Company:  Westinghouse Electric Co
Employee Class:  Employee
Posted Date: 
Location: 

Madison, PA, US, 15663

While our Global Headquarters are located in Cranberry Township, PA, we have over 9,000 employees working at locations in 19 different countries. You can learn more by visiting link http://www.westinghousenuclear.com./careers/ 

EOE of Minorities / Females / Vets / Disability.

Keep in mind that only applications completed and submitted via the Westinghouse Careers website will be considered. You can submit your completed application, and also explore other available options, using the following link: link http://www.westinghousenuclear.com/careers/

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Employment opportunities may require access to information which is subject to the export control regulations of the United States. Hiring decisions for such positions are required by law to be made in compliance with these regulations. Applicants for employment opportunities in other countries must be able to meet the comparable export control requirements of that country and of the United States.


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