Want to see your planning experience to come to full use as a Plant Status Management Engineer? This is your opportunity to become responsible for all Planning and Coordination of mechanical activities, especially for the auxiliary systems in a new build NPP.

Role description

You will be checking if the scheduling of the activity is accurate with the overall activities on the plant (water movement, commissioning, work window etc.) and assess the impact of the activity on the other branches. One of the most important tasks is to check that the activities from all entities fit together in the time schedule, securing the not violation of the technical specifications.  You will fulfil the technical specification and get a more appropriate sequence for the project progress by harmonizing the mechanical activities with the electrical and the I&C activities.

Knowledge, Experience and Skills

Besides the responsibilities mentioned above, your tasks include:

– Propose/define changes in the planning sequences
– Process the Work Orders
– Schedule the late maintenance activities

Essential skills

You have a min. of 5 years of PWR experience (test and commissioning or participation to after major refuelling outage). Work planning, issuing PTWs and Scheduling activities have been part of your responsibilities for several years.

Deep knowledge of electrical and I&C systems, especially on Auxiliary Systems is expected and you are familiar with the integrated master schedule in Primavera. Ability to operate the CMS – WO/BLO tool is seen as a plus.

Deadline for application is Monday the 25th of May.
Please feel free contacting me on LinkedIn or by email m.kantola@thomas-thor.com 

Mira has over six years of experience in the recruitment industry. As Recruiter at Thomas Thor Associates, she focuses mainly on Finland and continental Europe.

Mira Kantola