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BS/BA degree in Engineering, Science or Business Management. 15 (15 years) of directly applicable experience in specialized technical field and is acknowledged as an expert in the specific area in question. Manages and directs the daily tasks required to perform ongoing support of design, construction, startup and/or operations/ maintenance activities of complex high technology systems or projects Renders expert opinions on engineering and technical issues, provides recommendations to project design and construction teams in specific areas of expertise. Provides independent reviews and assessments in areas of specialized expertise and provides guidance to
project teams in delivering results on projects of comp le high- technology nature. Interfaces with management personnel and customer representatives. Develops and enforces work standards, assigns schedules, reviews work quality, communicates goals, objectives, and policies of the organization to subordinates. Provides leadership for the project
team, coordinates with the functional organizations, and supervises senior personnel within the project organization.
Additional Job Requirements
Qualified individuals with experience in performing nuclear criticality safety evaluations for new and changed operations involving significant quantities of fissile/fissionable materials. The evaluation process requires (but is not limited to): process walk-downs, review of engineering drawings and/or system sketches, review of operating procedures and work documents, review of prior related evaluations and reports, analysis of normal and credible upset conditions as determined by process personnel, research of critical mass data references and consensus standards, performing simplistic and complex computations using industry standard methods, e.g., density scaling, method of fractions, MCNP, and iterative (recurring) development of process administrative requirements and engineered features (limits) in conjunction with operations supervision. Qualified individuals must also demonstrate a thorough understanding of the relevant physics and the requirement and recommendations of the ANSI/ANS-8 standards and applicable DOE Orders and standards. The individuals must demonstrate experience in appropriately applying graded approach and maintaining the proper risk perspective. Additional desired experience in assisting or conducting nuclear criticality safety audits/appraisals of operations, performing criticality safety training, participation in computer code validation and verification efforts, ensuring compliance with organizational and governmental policies, orders, and laws. Experience should include review and development work on facility authorization basis documents. This position requires individuals with superior verbal and written communications skills (a command of the English language) that can be applied as appropriate to the intended audience, e.g., the operating organization.
The position requires a Bachelorís or Masterís Degree in Nuclear Engineering, with a minimum of 12 to 15 years of related experience in nuclear criticality safety.
By definition, qualified individuals must either have a current or a prior qualification status as a LANL nuclear criticality safety analyst.