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Supervisor Licensing


Job Category: Supervisor
Posted on: 05/29/2024 by STP Nuclear Operating Company
Job reference #: 1064

Location
STP Nuclear Operating Company, UT US-Region IV (West)
Address: P.O. Box 289
Zip/Postal Code: 77483

Compensation Why is Pay Rate not specified?
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Unspecified Per Diem
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Duration
  • Long Term

Expiration Date 08/27/2024

Job description
SUMMARY
Supervises, directs, and defines daily activities of the Licensing Group which is responsible for the coordination, preparation and technical review of activities associated with maintaining the operating licenses for the station, and supporting Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) activities including the NRC inspection program for the station and NRC inspection activities. Provides expert services for the station on the licensing bases and provides oversight to ensure activities related to the licensing bases for the station meet STP expectations and regulatory requirements. Supervises Corrective Action Program (CAP) activities associated with department corrective actions.

EDUCATION
• Bachelor degree in Engineering or other technical area. (Preferred)

EXPERIENCE
• 6 years’ experience in nuclear power plant operations, maintenance, licensing, or engineering with a strong knowledge of reactor operations and the licensing interface. (Required)
• 4 years’ experience in a position that requires frequent and routine interface with the regulator on directly related licensing activities. (Preferred)
• Supervisory or leadership experience. (Preferred)

LICENSE/CERTIFICATIONS
• There is no Licensure or Certifications required.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
LICENSING SUPERVISION:
• Supervises the development and review of documentation and supporting analyses for submission to the NRC, evaluating licensing impact and ensuring technical accuracy and compliance with regulatory requirements and regulations.
• Identifies the need and prepares applications for required licenses, technical specifications and assorted amendments for the South Texas Project (STP) including identifying and using input from other stations, vendors and/or consultants as necessary.
• Develops and coordinates the licensing strategy relative to compliance with NRC regulatory requirements. Supervises the preparation of licensing correspondence to the NRC on requests for information, inspection findings, violations, etc.
• Provides guidance to station organizations relative to compliance with NRC requirements, station commitments, and the licensing basis for complex issues, including input to NRC reporting requirements and operability determinations.
• Drives the close-out of technical and non-technical regulatory issues, open event reports, inspection findings and violations.
• Supervises the development and maintenance of department/station policies and procedures related to licensing responsibilities.
• Serves as the NRC point of contact on matters related to the STP licensing basis, including conducting meetings between STP personnel, contractors, and the regulator. Coordinates activities related to investigations by the NRC Office of Investigation.
• Monitors organizational activities, evaluates impact of internal and external factors (e.g., technology, regulations, business environment) and implements response plans.
• Supervises Corrective Action Program (CAP) activities associated with department corrective actions.

PEOPLE MANAGEMENT:
• Ensures development plans are in place and followed.
• Perform personnel activities for direct reports (promotions, salary changes, counseling, performance appraisals).
• Prepares and delivers oral and written communications relating to work group and station activities (e.g., reports, presentations, department meetings).
• Monitors work group reports and recommendations to assure evaluations, assessments and support are effectively developed and communicated.
• Develops and maintains appropriate technical expertise within the work group to ensure adequate talent to perform meaningful assessments and program oversight.
• Represents department/company on internal work teams and committees and with external entities.
• Maintains composure in high stress or adverse situations.
• Understands and implements company policies.
• Provides employees with tools and training necessary for them to perform their assignments.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES
• Accept ERO position as needed.
• Accept outage position as needed.
• Ability to obtain and maintain unescorted access.

Other requirements
Degree
Bachelors

Experience
5+ years

Security Clearance
Unspecified

Qualifications
Unspecified


 

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STP Nuclear Operating Company (STP) is one of the largest nuclear power plants nationwide, and is an industry leader in safety, reliability and efficiency, STP’s twin pressurized water reactors produce 2,700 megawatts of electricity, enough to serve more than one million homes in Austin, Corpus Christi, Houston, San Antonio and surrounding areas in south central Texas. The plant is located about 90 miles southwest of Houston on a 12,200 acre site near Bay City in Matagorda County.
To Apply - Interested parties must apply for this position on-line through the STP Careers portal on the STP Nuclear Operating Company website: www.stpnoc.com
STP NUCLEAR OPERATING COMPANY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY & AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER


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