Operations Instructors

Requirements include 3 to 5 years experience in operations training at a nuclear power plant. Navy nuclear instructor experience may be considered as well.

Elec/Mech Maintenance Instructors

3 to 5 years experience in technical training of electrical or mechanical personnel at an operating nuclear power plant is required.

Control Room Supervisors

Requirements include 5 plus years experience supervising control room operations at a nuclear power plant. PWR experience and an SROC are preferred.

Reactor Operations

Requirements include experience operating a reactor at a commercial nuclear power plant or Navy nuclear power operations experience.

Senior Reactor Operator

Requirements include experience operating a reactor at a commercial nuclear power plant or Navy nuclear power operations experience. EWS, EOS or BS in Nuclear Technology is also required.

Systems Engineer

BS degree in Engineering and 3 to 5 years systems/programs engineering experience at a commercial nuclear power plant is required.

PRA Engineer

BS degree in Engineering and 3 to 5 years experience in Probability Risk Analysis Engineering at a commercial nuclear power plant is required.

Quality Engineer

BS degree in Engineering and 3 to 5 years quality systems engineering experience at a commercial nuclear power plant is required.

Maintenance Management

5 or more years experience managing electrical or mechanical maintenance at a commercial nuclear power plant is required. A BS degree is preferred.


About V.C. Summer Nuclear Station

V.C. Summer Unit 1

Located near Columbia, South Carolina, V.C. Summer Nuclear Station is a 966 megawatt plant that supplies approximately 19 percent of SCE&G customers’ electricity. In 2004, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission extended the plant’s operating license, granting it 20 additional years of operation.

In 2012, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved two Westinghouse AP1000 reactors to be built at the V.C. Summer Nuclear Station Site. The first reactor is scheduled to begin generating power in 2019.