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Ray Moye

Engineer 2, Exelon Generation

​​​​​​​​​​​​​I graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 2011 with a BSEE. I have been working at Exelon for four years. I have two kids, ages 2 years old and 6 months that keep my wife and I busy. When I do get free time I enjoy working around the house and playing basketball.​

 

Abo​ut ​Ray

Tell us about your job at Exelon.

I’m a System Engineer at the Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station. I’m the responsible engineer for I&C and GEH NUMAC systems and secondary engineer for Reactor Manual Control systems. I’m relied upon as an Engineering Subject Matter Expert. I maintain systems according to design guidelines and prepare maintenance plans for preventative and outage maintenance to support the Corrective Action Program. I’m expected to proactively manage system performance to meet or exceed plant safety, production, and cost goals, and to develop, implement and revise System Performance Monitoring Plans based on inspections, maintenance reports and health trending.

What made you want to work for Exelon?

The need for electricity! There is no denying that our society will always need power to support our lives. I wanted to work for a utility that was making strides to increase their share in the market and diversify its areas in generation and transmission.

What do you like most about working for Exelon?

I like working with the people. You get engaged with people who have high aspirations and have a common goal to see the plant perform reliably. Through relationships and hard work, we do it together.

What activities do you participate in outside of work?

NAYGN, Volunteer Work with Habitat for Humanity.

A Day in the Life

Wonder what this job may be l​ike day-to-day? Look below to find out.

7:00 AM
I start by checking my qualifications, review my calendar, and answer any emails or voicemails that came in overnight. I then review new issue reports against my system and check for any Maintenance Rule functional failures.
8:00 AM​
I have a morning meeting with my peers and branch manager.
8:30 AM
My morning is normally a mix of meetings, supporting emergent issues that may arise and working on corrective action program assignments.
12:00 PM
I break for lunch and will try to walk around outside of the plant if it is a nice day.
1:00 PM
Most of my afternoon are filled with more meetings. On days where I don’t, I usually try and go in the plant around this time and review the Operating Experience from other plants and do a week forecast of any assignments or requests that come through.
4:00 PM
I look to head home and get ready for another day.