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Nuclear Safety Engineer II (Clinton Resident Inspector) IEMA - Clinton Power Station - IL - US-Region III (Mid-West)

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Nuclear Safety Engineer II (Clinton Resident Inspector)

Job Category: Engineer
Posted on: 01/17/2020 by Illinois Emergency Management Agency
Job reference #: 50-17-IEMA20-005

Clinton Power Station , IL US-Region III (Mid-West)
Address: RR#, Box 229
Clinton, IL
Zip/Postal Code: 61727
$10844 monthly Wage
No Per Diem

  • Long Term

Expiration Date 03/17/2020

Job description
Under the direction of the Unit Supervisor, Nuclear Facility Inspection, implements the Resident Inspector Program at an Illinois Nuclear Power Plant.

During inspections: climbs stairs and ladders and may be exposed to external factors such as radiation fields, radioactively contaminated areas, hot temperatures and high humidity, and working at heights. Reviews licensing and emergency response issues with Division staff. Travels throughout the state in performance of duties enumerated below, often keeping irregular hours.

1.        In cooperation with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), under the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), inspects Illinois nuclear power plants for the purpose of maintaining or increasing safety margins, through the identification of violations of federal regulations. Submits inspection schedules and documents inspection results in inspection reports.

2.        Acquires and maintains an in-depth knowledge of the Illinois Nuclear Power Station to which assigned, including specific configuration and system engineering characteristics through document reviews, training, control room observation and system walkdowns. Document reviews include trending data for identification of recurring problem areas identified in such records as Licensee Event Reports and corrective action reports. Acts as the on-site IEMA representative and Agency point of contact, as directed, when the normally assigned Resident Inspector to the other Illinois Nuclear Power Stations is not available.

3.        Maintains awareness and provides frequent reports to the Unit Supervisor of current plant safety conditions, including technical specification equipment status. Acts as the principal Agency liaison to the Division of Nuclear Facility Safety for the assigned nuclear plant.

4. Becomes aware of events and trends affecting reactor safety at all Boiling Water Reactor/Pressurized Water Reactor nuclear power plants that may be applicable to Illinois nuclear power plants. Applies this knowledge to the inspection process.

5. Establishes and maintains effective channels of communication with the NRC Resident Inspectors and licensee management. Represents the Agency at applicable meetings involving the NRC and/or the licensees.

6. Provides technical support for the review of plant license amendments, Licensee Event Reports and NRC documents such as Information Notices/Bulletins/Generic Letters/Orders and provides input to the Resident Inspector Unit Supervisor.

7.        Performs the duties of assigned team position as specified by the Standard Operating Procedures of the Illinois Plan for Radiological Accidents. Remains available for call-back during emergency conditions at nuclear facilities.

8.        Performs other duties as required or assigned that are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above, such as assisting other Division personnel in controlling and maintaining Agency equipment and monitoring devices located at or in the vicinity of an Illinois Nuclear Power Station, and undertaking special project assignments at other Illinois Nuclear Power Stations.

Description of ideal candidate
Requires the equivalency of: (a) a Ph.D. (or equivalent degree or professional registration) in Engineering accompanied by two years related experience in nuclear design, research, operation, or construction with emphasis on nuclear principles, regulatio

Other requirements

5+ years

Security Clearance




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Contact instructions
Applicants interested in applying for this position must submit a CMS-100 employment application (dated 7/2019 or later) to the agency contact and please note posting ID #50-17-IEMA20-005. Applications may be obtained from http://work.illinois.gov or 1035 Outer Park Drive, Springfield, IL 62704

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