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Licensing Engineer

Quest Global
Greenville, SC
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

Job Functions 

  • Support preparation and submittal of Licensing Topical Reports (LTRs) for preapplication licensing activities, in accordance with NRC regulatory requirements and guidelines, with input from the different Project Teams. Review operational procedures and manufacturing equipment 
  • Support preparation and conduct of technical and licensing presentations to the NRC Staff regarding pre-application licensing activities and NRC review and approval, and other regulatory body collaborative reviews including CNSC. Conduct process meeting to identify gaps and create closure plans 
  • Support preparation and submittal of Preliminary Safety Analysis Report (PSAR) and Final Safety Analysis Report (FSAR) documentation, and other license application documentation.
  • Support preparation and conduct of technical and licensing presentations to the NRC Staff regarding pre-application activities and for any future license applications for US customers.
  • Prepare and review responses to NRC, US customer, and other stakeholder questions, as well as other regulatory required correspondence from the Company to the NRC, as directed.
  • Coordinate and attend meetings with the NRC, US customers, and other stakeholders as directed.
  • Prepare and review responses to NRC Requests for Additional Information (RAIs), as well as other correspondence and licensing submittals from the Company and US customers to the NRC, as directed.
  • Prepare and review responses for correspondence from the NRC and US customers to the Company as directed.


Qualifications 

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, scientific discipline, or other related technical fields.
  • Ten years or more interacting with NRC Staff, or other international regulatory bodies, on behalf of nuclear power plant license applicants and license holders.
  • Ability to interact with NRC Staff on behalf of nuclear power plant vendors during preapplication licensing activities and during license application submittals for construction and operation of a nuclear power plant in the US.
  • Knowledge of US regulatory processes and regulatory guidance.
  • Ability to prepare and supervise preparation of regulatory submittals to the NRC, and facilitation of NRC reviews and approvals in support of nuclear power plant license applications.
  • Knowledge, skills, and abilities are required in the implementation of NRC regulatory processes and regulatory guidance, including but not limited to the following:
  • Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended,
  • NRC Regulations Title 10, Code of Federal Regulations, specifically the following:
  • Part 20, Standards for protection against radiation,
  • Part 21, reporting of defects and noncompliance,
  • Part 30, Rules of general applicability to domestic licensing of byproduct material,
  • Part 40, Domestic licensing of source material,
  • Part 50, Domestic licensing of production and utilization facilities,
  • Part 51, Environmental protection regulations for domestic licensing and related regulatory functions,
  • Part 52, Licenses, certifications, and approvals for nuclear power plants,
  • Part 70, Domestic licensing of special nuclear material,
  • Part 71, Packaging and transportation of radioactive material,
  • Part 73, Physical protection of plants and materials, and
  • Part 74, Material control and accounting of special nuclear material.
  • NUREG-0800, Standard Review Plan for the Review of Safety Analysis Reports for Nuclear Power Plants: LWR Edition

 

  • Specific experience in NRC regulations and regulatory guidance in one or more of the following technical areas:
  • Reactor fuel design and core management requirements
  • Reactor pressure vessel and ASME Class 1 valve design requirements
  • Emergency core cooling system design requirements, including US 10CFR50.46 Evaluation Model development
  • Dry containment design, including containment isolation requirements
  • Evaluation of normal operation, anticipated operational occurrences, and design basis accidents, including transient and accident analysis and acceptance criteria requirements
  • Underground safety-related structural design requirements
  • Onsite and offsite radiological dose analyses - Emergency planning zone development
Company Description
We are Quest Global. We’re in the business of engineering, but what we’re really building is a brighter future. It’s not just what we do, but why we do it that makes us different. We believe engineering has the unique opportunity to solve the problems of today that stand in the way of tomorrow. For 25 years, we have strived to be the most trusted partner for the world’s hardest engineering problems. As a global organization headquartered in Singapore, we live and work in 17 countries, with 56 global delivery centers, driven by 13,000+ extraordinary employees who make the impossible possible every day.

Quest Global brings deep industry knowledge and digital expertise to deliver E2E global product engineering services. We bring together technologies and industries alongside the contributions of diverse individuals and their areas of expertise to solve problems better, faster. This multi-dimensional approach enables us to solve the most important and large-scale challenges across the Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Energy, Hi-Tech, Healthcare, Medical Devices, Rail and Semiconductor industries.

Quest Global

Address

Greenville, SC
USA

Industry

Energy and Environment

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