Lead Nuclear Safety Engineer
As the Lead Nuclear Safety Engineer you will:
- Maintain compliance with applicable NRC requirements for ISA programs, including the assurance program for safety controls
- Develop and maintain ISA safety basis analysis documentation that reflects the operating condition of the facility
- Develop expertise in the application of ISA controls and management measures for existing operational equipment and processes
- Lead Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) team reviews with operations and nuclear safety personnel to define operational risks
- Perform Quantitative Risk Assessments to determine the likelihood of accident scenarios identified in the PHA
- Perform safety analyses that support the ISA such as radiological or chemical consequence assessments or nuclear criticality safety evaluations
- Perform ISA screening reviews of facility change requests to determine impacts to facility safety basis and licensing as required by 10 CFR 70.72
- Lead continuous improvement projects for the ISA Program
- Maintain the ISA program and policies for GNF-A license activities
- Provide advice and counsel to plant management on matters of the ISA program
- Bachelor’s Degree in Science or Engineering
- Minimum 2 years experience in a nuclear engineering, manufacturing engineering, nuclear
- safety, hazard assessment, or risk assessment role.
- For Controlled Access Area: must be able to successfully pass a Nuclear Safety Training Test; follow strict radiation protection, criticality, and industrial safety regulations; wear protective clothing to enter the area
- Ability to walk up and down stairs
- Bachelor’s or Advanced degree (MS or Ph.D.) in Nuclear Engineering.
- Prior experience supporting an NRC fuel cycle facility or DOE regulated nuclear facility.
- Experience in applying NRC required ISA methodologies and hazard assessment techniques.
- Probabilistic safety assessment experience with risk-informed applications.
- Experience performing safety analysis such as radiological or chemical consequence assessment or nuclear criticality safety evaluations.
- Ability to develop creative solutions for complex, challenging issues.
- Ability to explain complex issues to a non-technical audience.
- Positive track record of experience resolving technical issues.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- Strong written communication skills.
- Proven ability to influence regulators, other leaders, and engineers.
- Ability to operate a computer