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Hazards Analyst Engineer URS - SC - US-Region II (South East)
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Hazards Analyst Engineer


Job Category: Engineer
Posted on: 01/31/2012 by URS Corporation
Job reference #: WD63665

Location
SC US-Region II (South East)
 
Compensation Why is Pay Rate not specified?
Unspecified Wage
Unspecified Per Diem

 
Duration
  • Long Term

Expiration Date 04/20/2014

Job description
URS-SMS LLC is seeking a Hazards Analyst Engineer to be based in our Aiken, SC office.

Typical Responsibilities:
• The candidate must be capable of developing hazards analyses (HAs) in nuclear and/or oil and gas industry environments. This includes familiarity with the DOE, NRC, and/or oil and gas industry HA guidance documents and standards.
• The candidate must have the ability to develop new and revised Safety Analysis Reports (SARs) and Documented Safety Analyses (DSAs) for commercial and DOE nuclear facilities.
• The candidate may be required to develop engineering calculations in support of HAs involving radiological and chemical hazards.
• The candidate will be expected to assist in growing the existing customer base and expanding into new markets.
• Some assignments will require travel to customer work locations. The travel may be short term or long term assignments and the candidate must be willing and able to travel if required.
• The candidate must have good writing and interpersonal skills.

We invite you to take the next step toward
THE BEST WORK OF YOUR LIFE

Description of ideal candidate
Minimum Requirements:
• Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from an accredited college or university is required.
• A minimum of 8 years of safety analysis/engineering experience in the nuclear and oil & gas industries is required.
• A minimum of 5 years of direct experience developing, revising, and/or reviewing hazard analysis documents for DOE nuclear facilities, commercial nuclear (NRC) facilities, and oil & gas facilities is required.
• A minimum of 2 years of regulatory and licensing experience in either the DOE or NRC regulatory environment is required.
• Candidates must have experience in the implementation of one or more of the following:
o DOE regulations and guides for performance of hazards analysis
o Commercial nuclear regulations and guides for performance of hazards analysis
o Oil and gas industry regulations and guides for performance of hazards analysis
• The candidate must be eligible to obtain a DOE Q clearance and access to DOE Nuclear Facilities.
• Due to the nature of work, candidate must be a US Citizen.

Preferred Requirements:
• Experience in performing USQD’s for commercial nuclear facilities or USQE’s for DOE nuclear facilities
• Professional Engineering License

Additional Information:
• Qualified applicants who are offered a position must pass a pre-employment substance abuse test.
• Relocation benefits are available for this position.


Other requirements
 
Degree
Bachelors

 
Experience
10+ years

 
Security Clearance
Unspecified

 
Qualifications
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