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Senior Licensing Engineer/Specialist
Pay Scale Group :
As directed by the designated Licensing Lead or Project Manager, the Senior Licensing Engineer, SG 22, prepares (i.e., authors) and manages the review and comment cycle for assigned portions of a combined license application (COLA) in accordance with 10 CFR 52, Subpart C, and other applicable Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) requirements and guidance. The Senior Licensing Engineer, SG 22, ensures assigned work products are of high quality and are drafted and finalized per the project schedule. The Senior Licensing Engineer, SG 22, also provides licensing support if/as needed to internal engineering and project management resources to address questions on regulatory and licensing topics. The successful candidate will:
1. Author/prepare and validate portions of the COLA Final Safety Analysis Report (FSAR) as assigned by the COLA Licensing Lead or COLA Project Management.
2. Ensure that licensing work products are complete, accurate, and in compliance with applicable regulatory requirements and guidance and industry codes and standards, and with the project licensing strategy, procedures, guidance, and commitments.
3. Coordinate with project team members (both external and internal) to obtain needed input to assigned COLA work products and to ensure consistency between assigned COLA work products and that of other project team members.
4. Apply planning and organizational skills to ensure that assigned work products are prioritized appropriately to meet project schedule milestones.
5. Oversee and support interface and interactions with industry groups (e.g., NEI, EPRI, etc.) if/as directed by the responsible manager.
6. Implement lessons learned and industry best practices as applicable.
7. Adhere to and support Fluor's Health, Safety & Environmental and Sustainability Policies.
8. Support the project based out of Houston, TX, or Greenville, SC; however, the possibility to effectively work from a flexible, remote work location is an option.
9. Perform other duties as assigned.
Basic Job Requirements :
Education/Certification: Accredited four (4) year degree or global equivalent in Engineering, Engineering Technology, Mathematics, or Applied Science is required.
Experience: sixteen (16) years of work-related experience; a recognized professional certification or registration in the applicable field, if required; some locations may have additional or different qualifications in order to comply with local requirements. Must include a minimum of six years regulatory affairs or licensing experience in the nuclear industry at nuclear power plants, nuclear reactor suppliers, or nuclear industry architect-engineering is required. Experience must include preparation of nuclear facility licensing basis documents and license action requests (under 10 CFR 50 and/or 10 CFR 52) for submittal to the NRC for review and approval. Other nuclear, Navy nuclear, engineering and legal/regulatory background may be considered.
Writing Experience: Writing sample requested.
Industry Requirements: Eligible to work under Department of Energy 10 CFR 810. Must be authorized to work in the country where the position is located.
Quality Assurance: Demonstrated understanding and implementation of quality assurance regulations, standards and guidelines of 10 CFR 50 Appendix B, 10 CFR 21, and NQA-1 preferred.
Preferred Qualifications :
Ability to understand and communicate clearly using a phone, personal interaction, and computers.
Ability to learn new job functions and comprehend and understand new concepts quickly and apply them accurately in a rapidly evolving environment.
The employee frequently is required to sit and stand; walk; bend, use hands to operate office equipment; and reach with hands and arms.
Ability to travel locally using common forms of transportation.