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Wisconsin based NRC Approved Construction Project – Senior Process Leader

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SHINE is seeking a Senior Process Leader to support the European Licensing Manager with proposing a construction site in Europe along with Leading the design of the European SHINE production process following a copy of the US design including compliance with all applicable European, national and regional codes and standards, infrastructure, services and environmental, health and safety requirements. The position will initially report directly to the US VP of Engineering and transition to the VP of European Operations in advance of construction.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Specific duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

To support the Licensing Manager Europe with proposing a construction site in Europe based on minimal risks to all (indirectly and directly related) licensing costs and timing of all applicable licenses for its European Mo-99 Operations.
To lead the design of the European SHINE production process. The process design should be a copy of the Janesville design, with modifications to assure:
Compliance with all applicable European, National and Regional codes and standards for Design, Construction, Commissioning and Start-Up of the European SHINE facility
Cost effective operations in line with locally available infrastructure and services (waste management, logistics, etc.)
Compliance with (anticipated) future site licensing conditions, including environmental, health and safety requirements.
To support all license application needs with all relevant process information
Lead the recruitment effort to select process engineers at the appropriate time to support the role.
Identify and present all relevant PROs and CONs related to potential site selection. Relevant PROs and CONs are related to licensability, assumed overall time to license approval, financial consequences for the operations and related (site) services and financial consequences related to potential license conditions (uranium waste management, shielding and zoning requirements, environmental impact studies and resulting mitigating licensing conditions, etc.)
Manage the justification, corporate approval and documentation process of all modifications to the Janesville design and manage all changes in line with the applicable Engineering Change Control.


Master’s degree in engineering, or any other discipline generally associated with applied sciences, like applied physics or applied chemistry is preferred.
A minimum of 10 years of process engineering experience in the higher risk industry, or equivalent.
Sufficient knowledge of nuclear codes and standards, rules, regulations, organization, processes, procedures, instructions, inspections, enforcement, and understanding of relevant portions of nuclear laws related to uranium fission processes focused on US and European codes and standards.
Must be fluent in reading, speaking and writing in English
Demonstrated proficiencies in written and oral communication skills at a sufficient level to deliver effective internal and external correspondence.
Ability to identify, understand and resolve issues, problems and opportunities; comparing data from different sources to draw conclusions by using effective approaches for choosing/developing appropriate actions.
Must meet all requirements for facility access and Safeguards Information (SGI).
A team-player, but also able to work as a self-starting individual, initiating action and activities when needed.
Demonstrated ability to lead and work within a multidisciplinary team.
Candidates must have the ability to travel internationally and be willing to work on an extended overseas assignment as the European facility is constructed and put into operation.

Eligibility for employment is conditioned on the applicant’s ability to qualify for access to information subject to U.S. Export Controls. Additionally, applicant’s eligibility may be conditioned based upon meeting the Nuclear Regulatory Commission requirements for access to Safeguards Information, which typically requires a pre-employment drug screen, fingerprinting and criminal background check.

SHINE values diversity in all its forms as a critical component of innovation, which is fundamental to our success. Every member of the SHINE community benefits from the talents and experiences of our peers, from the mutual respect we exercise, and from the responsibility we take for our actions.

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