General Electric Senior Human Factors Engineer (HFE) in Markham, Ontario
Job Description Summary
The Senior Human Factors Engineer (HFE) contributes to the overall strategy and manages complex issues that support GEH Engineering concerning the application of Human Factors methodologies to existing nuclear plants and next-generation Reactors such as PRISM, VTR and BWRX-300.
Essential Responsibilities :
The Senior Engineer / Technologist provides consultation and technical direction on near term and longer-range projects in the area of Human Factors Engineering. As the Senior Human Factors Engineer (HFE) you will:
Conduct System and Plant Operational Analysis using latest NRC processes, including Functional Requirements Analysis (FRA).
Analyze requirements for plant control and Allocate Functions (AOF) to operators or plant control systems.
Conduct Task Analyses (TA) to determine the requirements for the displays, controls, and other job support aids needed to accomplish functions.
Translate FRA AOF & TA requirements into Human/System Interface (HIS) characteristics, displays, software & hardware for monitoring, control, and protection functions for various plant systems and operating modes
Review Control Room design documentation including display specs (User Interface Specifications) against FRA, AOF & TA requirements
Review and validate the Human/System Interface using a simulator and plant operating, surveillance and emergency procedures. Interface with internal and external customers, suppliers, partners, licensing, the NRC and international regulatory authorities on technical issues
Incorporate design requirements into analyses and design documents
Support the development of normal, abnormal, emergency operating procedures, alarm response procedures, surveillance procedures and operator training programs
Interface with the Probabilistic Risk Analysis team to deliver the Human Reliability Analysis
Provide plant operation input to the Reliability Availability Maintainability (RAM) program
Develop proceed/hold acceptance criteria & pre-requisites for Pre-operational, Startup and selected Construction tests.
Support GEH quality requirements, including participation in design reviews, initiating and responding to Corrective Actions
Provide on-time, quality delivery of engineering documentation in accordance with contract requirements, business procedures, and regulatory agency guidelines
Support commercial and marketing opportunities for New Plants
Protect the Intellectual Property rights of the Company
Function as program manager when appropriate
Bachelor's Degree of Science in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, or equivalent 4-year degree in a technical discipline.
Minimum 7 years of Human Factors experience in process, power, or marine industry
Desired Characteristics :
M.S. or PhD Degree in Engineering or HFE related Discipline or equivalent
Senior Reactor Operator (SRO) certification at a commercial nuclear facility, NRC license preferred;
Operating experience or outage experience in positions requiring SRO or RO certification or license.
Experience in the operation of large nuclear, chemical or other industrial facilities
Registered Professional Engineer in the United States
Documented delivery of high quality procedures for mission critical facilities.
Nuclear plant emergency procedure experience.
Experience with procedure writing, training or surveillance test execution.
Experience with alarm system design, alarm rationalization, and alarm prioritization
Experience with NRC and INPO Operator Training Guidelines
Experience with NRC Regulatory Guide 0711 or 0711 site implementation and reviews.
Knowledge of GEH Reactor Designs
Experience with GE documentation system, practices and requirements
Knowledge and experience with 3Keymaster and Intergraph Smartplant suite tools
Proven ability to think strategically, be creative and move quickly
Quick learner, able to sort through information and make timely and sound decisions
Strong oral and written communication skills; communicates messages clearly and concisely
Solid technical writing skills with focus on requirements, design, and description documents
Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve problems
Ability to document, plan, market, and execute programs
Demonstrated project management skills
Open communication style and proven ability to develop team relationships
Detail oriented and accountable for completion of work and assignments
Self-starter with a positive, can-do attitude
Legacy of delivering on commitments; tenacious, with a proven track record of overcoming obstacles
Honest and straightforward with a high level of personal integrity
Strong external focus; clear and demonstrated understanding of nuclear industry and/or energy industry
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in Canada for this opening. This position requires access to and/or use of information subject to control under the United States Department of Energy's Part 810 Regulations (10 CFR Part 810) and the Export Administration Regulations (15 CFR Parts 730 through 774) (collectively, "U.S. Export Control Laws"). Therefore, the applicant must be able to be authorized to access and/or use such information under U.S. Export Control Laws.”
You must have legal authorization to work in Canada and any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation. The drug screen requirement in the background check process is not required if the role is based in Canada.
Relocation Assistance Provided: Yes