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SHINE Medical Technologies is immediately seeking a Process Safety Manager to work as part of the Engineering management team to lead and develop a dynamic team of engineers that are at the forefront of bringing new nuclear technology to market. The Process Safety Manager guides the team in evaluating the safety and operability of their systems, supporting the design optimization process to reduce risk and ensure safety. SHINE engineers are designing systems that will help diagnose heart disease, treat cancer, and take us another step closer to clean energy.
Areas of responsibility for this team include radiological safety, chemical safety, criticality safety, and fire hazard analysis. Team activities include supporting NRC and state licensing needs, conducting hazard evaluations, maintenance of the SHINE safety analysis, and performing analyses to support the design evaluations.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Specific duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Selects, develops, evaluates, and leads engineers who support the design of new nuclear technology.
Maintain SHINE Safety Analysis (SSA) which includes hazard evaluations (e.g., HAZOP, FMEA), process hazard analyses (PHA), and accident sequence development.
Oversee team performing radiological and chemical dose calculations for normal and accidental releases, nuclear criticality safety evaluations and analysis, and fire hazard analyses.
Support NRC and state licensing activities including answering requests for additional information (RAIs), participating in audits and public meetings, and presenting to NRC and ACRS as needed.
Develops and maintains the group budget and schedule, maintaining a detailed plan to accurately predict milestones and resource loading.
Balances the needs of the engineering department with the needs and goals of the Company to produce results that best support the overall Company objectives.
Background in hazard evaluation or safety analysis within the nuclear or chemical industry.
Bachelor’s degree in relevant engineering discipline.
Ability to lead a team to find an optimized solution, considering different viewpoints and priorities.
Direct and open communication style, showing respect to all individuals and their ideas.
Ability to motivate and inspire staff to perform at their highest level.
Ability to manage multiple projects/activities, prioritizing them in a way that contributes most to Company success.
Five or more years of management experience.
Familiarity with nuclear industry design, operations, and regulatory requirements.
10 CFR 50 and 10 CFR 70 accident analysis experience.