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Under infrequent supervision, the Senior Licensing/Project Engineer provides senior level licensing support and direction for complex regulatory licensing action requests/submittals while ensuring compliance with nuclear safety and licensing requirements. Based on analysis of applicable technical and regulatory information, the Senior Licensing/Project Engineer develops effective regulatory/licensing strategy, scope, and method of presentation to be reflected in assigned license application documents. Upon approval of recommendation(s) by the Senior Licensing Lead, the Senior Licensing/Project Engineer independently prepares timely and high-quality license application submittals to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Department of Energy (DOE), and/or other regulatory agencies with infrequent or no supervision.
The Senior Licensing/Project Engineer interfaces with the Senior Licensing Lead and cross-disciplinary functional groups within the Company and its subcontractors on assigned activities. The Senior Licensing/Project Engineer 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:
With infrequent or no supervision, prepare and validate documents/submittals supporting a license application under 10 CFR 50 and/or 10 CFR 52 as assigned by the Senior Licensing Lead.
Ensure that licensing work products are complete, accurate, and in compliance with: (a) applicable regulatory requirements and guidance and industry codes and standards; and (b) project licensing strategy, procedures, guidance, and commitments.
Support the resolution of complex issues and processes to ensure compliance with applicable regulatory requirements for assigned activities.
Provide direction and technical regulatory guidance to cross-functional team members for complex issues to resolve licensing strategy, implementation, or interpretation issues.
Coordinate and support interface with clients and provide support to clients as directed.
Support interactions with industry groups (e.g., NEI, EPRI etc.) as directed by the responsible Senior Licensing Lead.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Job ID: 142148BR
State: South Carolina
Country: United States
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