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Division of Reactor Projects
Reactor Projects Branch 6
The supervisor is Shane Sandal.
This position is Bargaining Unit
This position requires up to 25% travel
This position is in the Region II Resident Inspector Development Program and serves as a source for developing future resident inspectors. The selectee will normally be required to work in the Region II office in Atlanta, GA, until completion of the training and qualification process. Upon completion of training and development assignments, selectee will be eligible for a reassignment from the Regional Office to a Resident Inspector position at one of the Region II plants. The assignment to a site is dependent upon site availability. Applicants should note that the tour length of a Resident Inspector at a single site is limited to seven years by Commission Policy. Geographic mobility is a condition of employment for selection into the Resident Inspector Program under this announcement. Signing a Mobility Agreement is required for this position.
Drug Testing is required for this position. The NRC is a zero tolerance agency with respect to illegal drug use. Individuals selected for this position will be subject to pre-appointment drug testing unless currently in an NRC position subject to random drug testing.
As a Project Engineer, you will participate in the assessment of licensee performance of nuclear facilities and perform direct inspections of licensee activities during operation phases. You will perform in-depth inspections at assigned plants during startup, operation, and decomissioning to assure compliance with design specifications, the conditions of the operating license, and NRC regulations. In carrying out assigned responsibilities, you will ensure that the inspection program is completed in accordance with NRC program guidance. You will participate in planning the scope of inspections at assigned plants. You will prepare inspection reports that describe observations made and conclusions reached regarding the licensee's safety performance and conformance with NRC requirements, provisions of operating licenses, and applicable industry codes and standards. You will make recommendations based on licensee performance as to the need for licensing and regulatory action.
Occasional travel - Travel requirements are up to 25% while assigned to Regional Office. Once assigned to a resident office, travel requirements decrease to approximately 10%.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…Applications will be accepted from United States citizens.
This vacancy announcement is OPEN UNTIL FILLED. Candidates could be referred to a rater as early as 16 days after the opening date. Therefore, candidates should apply early. Applicants for this vacancy may also be considered for similar vacancies that arise within the Region II Office.
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