Licensing Engineer/Specialist (Sr/Staff/Consulting)
Responsible for coordinating complex activities related to maintaining the operating license, providing support for NRC activities, and responding to regulatory issues. Coordinates closing out inspection findings, violations, and technical and non-technical regulatory issues. Maintains Corrective Action Program activities associated with commitment tracking and department corrective actions. Prepares updates to licensing basis documents and requests for license amendments, identifying and using input from other station organizations, vendors, or consultants as needed. Assists with interpretations of Technical Specifications and other licensing basis documents. Acts as a station and industry lead for resolution of regulatory issues.
• Bachelor’s degree, technical or legal discipline preferred
• In lieu of educational requirement, relevant work experience in Licensing, Operations, or working with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) may be substituted
• Years of relevant work experience will determine the position/title (see ‘POSITION’ section). A Master’s degree in a related discipline adds 1 year of experience, a PhD in a related discipline adds 2 years of experience.
• For levels above Senior Engineer/Specialist, work experience must include interaction with Operations and Licensing.
• Prior experience in a commercial nuclear plant is preferred.
• Previous experience interacting with NRC inspectors, experience in leading or active participation in NRC inspections and/or assessments, or experience with developing and reviewing technical/analytical reports are preferred.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND QUALIFICATIONS
• Communicates effectively and in a professional manner with strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Produces technically correct, logical, and concise verbal and written communications.
• Reads and interprets engineering documents and drawings and understands technical content related to operations, maintenance, and testing of a nuclear power plant.
• Reads, understands, and interprets regulatory and legal documents.
• Maintains a professional demeanor and functions effectively under pressure or during plant emergencies and in tense situations. Represents STPNOC in a professional manner to all audiences.
• Maintains and exercises a questioning attitude. Maintains knowledge of station procedures and policies. Demonstrates analytical ability. Works independently. Is flexible and organized.
• Accepts responsibility for project activities and outcomes.
• SRO License/Certification (previous or current) is a plus.
OTHER POSITION REQUIREMENTS
• Obtains and maintains unescorted access.
• Accepts Emergency Response Organization (ERO) position and can meet the response time requirements.
• Accepts outage position, as needed.
• Accepts Licensing Duty responsibilities.
• Overtime and alternate work schedules as needed.
• Subject to callouts 24 hours per day, 7 days per week
• Normal office environment (onsite and remote) with periodic plant visits/tours.
• Travel may be required.
• Required to carry phone.
• 2 - 3 years’ experience (Required)
• 3 - 5 years’ experience (Required)
• 5 - 8 years’ experience (Required)
years’ experience (Required)
Posting Closes - January 20, 2022
We thank all individuals for their interest; however, only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.
NOTE: In order to be considered for this position you must complete the entire application process, which includes answering all prescreening questions and providing your eSignature on or before the requisition closing date.
- Pay Type Salary
- STP Nuclear Operating Company, 12090 FM 521, Wadsworth, Texas, United States of America