Responsible for, under minimal supervision, supporting and addressing all regulatory activities for URENCO USA, to include but not limited to preparation of correspondence, inspections, peer reviews and report writing. Provides engineering, operational and technical consultation services in the solution of regulatory issues.
Understand, interpret, and apply the US regulatory process for fuel cycle facilities and the documentation supporting that process, including 10CFR70, Regulatory Guides, Standard Review Plans, General Design Criteria, Branch Technical Positions, etc.
Evaluate regulatory and industry trends to develop proactive site involvement in industry/generic issues.
Prepare written correspondence to the NRC to include reports, amendment requests, exemption requests, NOV responses, RAI response, technical letters and regulatory required submittals.
Develop site positions on compliance issues and NRC findings.
Support NRC inspections and requests.
Interface with regulating bodies, inspection teams, and vendors to ensure satisfactory completion of assigned activities.
Must have demonstrated ability to conduct independent work requiring judgment in the application of engineering techniques required, demonstrated critical thinking, good communication skills and writing skills are a must.
Apply advanced project management skills in support of the facility operation, engineering programs and projects.
Apply sound judgment and professional rigor in the performance of all analyses and assigned tasks.
Participate as a Communicator on the Emergency Response Organization (requirement to be placed on call).
Help ensure that the site is in compliance with regulations and helps to identify potential cost beneficial reductions in areas where excessive commitments have been made.
Develop and maintain knowledge of facility’s design and licensing basis in the assigned areas of responsibility.
Maintain the plant operating licenses and develop NRC submittals for changes to Licensing Basis and License.
Maintain regulatory and schedule compliance for assigned tasks.
Develop/review procedures and procedure revisions in support of program implementation.
Acquire and maintain required training and qualifications necessary to perform assigned job responsibilities.
The ideal candidate will have an Bachelor’s Degree and five to seven years of related experience. At a minimum, the candidate will have a high school diploma or GED and five to eight years of related experience.
The duties and responsibilities listed above do not reflect the position description in full and in complete detail.
How to apply
If you are already an employee of URENCO USA and are interested in applying for another job within the company, please submit an Internal Candidate Application Form (HR-2-3000-15-F-2), a cover letter and your resume to HRUUSA@urenco.com. If you require an accommodation to apply for a job or to perform a job, please contact UUSA Human Resources at 575-394-6652 or HRUUSA@urenco.com.