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Senior Project Manager (Radiation Protection and International Liaison) NEI - Nuclear Energy Institute - DC - US-Region I (North East)
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Senior Project Manager (Radiation Protection and International Liaison)


Job Category: Safety
Posted on: 10/21/2019 by Nuclear Energy Institute

Location
Nuclear Energy Institute, DC US-Region I (North East)
Address: 1201 F Street NW
Suite 1100
Zip/Postal Code: 20004
 
Compensation Why is Pay Rate not specified?
Unspecified Wage
Unspecified Per Diem

 
Duration
  • Long Term

Expiration Date 12/20/2019

Job description
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Ensure the effective and efficient use of NEI resources necessary to identify generic policy,
operational, technical and regulatory issues affecting NEI members, as well as the domestic industry and international community. Solicit input from NEI members and others to identify issues and determine priority, consider international practices and input, and develop options to address the issues with an effective and timely strategy for resolution. Help bring such issues to closure.

Serve as an NEI point of contact and spokesperson on radiation safety and RP matters to
represent industry’s interests. This includes but is not limited to participating and speaking at meetings or workshops of national and international organizations and Federal and State agencies;
participating in symposium and conferences of professional organizations; participating in
media and press interviews; and responding to members of the public on behalf of licensees
and NEI. Prioritize regulatory issues, develop the most effective approach to manage them
in accordance with NEI policies and practices, and resolve them in a manner that considers
applicable regulatory, political and legal climates. Promptly adjust priorities in a dynamic
environment to respond to NEI members’ needs.

Develop and maintain effective and professional relationships with NEI members, other
industry representatives (e.g. INPO, EPRI, ANI), State and Federal regulators, international organizations, professional societies and others as necessary to assess, coordinate, and
represent industry’s needs for NEI action.

Communicate effectively under pressure, understanding both the significance of those
interactions and the importance of communicating clearly and accurately. Communicate
effectively and diplomatically with all disciplines and levels in NEI, NEI member company
personnel and the RP community at-large. Analyze and understand the components of an
issue, from the perspectives of both the regulator and wide array of NEI members and
international community to prioritize activities needed to resolve the issue. Provide in-house
support and advice on industry issues including regulatory, communication, legal, legislative
and outreach to industry representatives and others as warranted. Exercise sound analytical
skills and sense of judgment.

Identify the need for and help organize and/or lead industry groups to resolve regulatory
issues, e.g., Radiation Protection Fleet Managers, Radiation Safety Task Force, etc. Help
plan, organize and conduct the annual Radiation Protection Forum and support other NEI
sponsored meetings as needed, e.g., Radio-logical Effluents and Environmental Workshop.
Brief NEI Advisory Committees as issues warrant, e.g., Suppliers’ Advisory Committee,
Nuclear Strategic Issues Advisory Committee.

Description of ideal candidate
A minimum of 10 years of industry and/or regulatory experience, preferably including
operating reactor, fuel cycle facility, low-level waste, decommissioning, materials licensee
and/or transportation experience.

Knowledge:
•        Knowledge of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) regulatory oversight process, regulations, and regulatory guidance applicable to the RP aspects of licensed operations. Knowledge of corresponding State programs is beneficial.
•        Knowledge of international and national policy, legislation, regulations, guidance, standards, and criteria applicable to materials licensee RP programs and transportation matters.
•        Desired, but not essential -- Knowledge of man-made and naturally-occurring sources of radiation, biological and health effects of radiation exposure, and RP aspects of non-power and power applications involving the uses and transportation of radiation and radioactive materials.

Skills & Abilities:
•        Ability to write, make presentations, participate in interviews, and speak to persuade and motivate others to change their opinion or position, take action or participate in an activity.
•        Ability to plan and direct the activities of individuals or groups not under one’s supervisory authority or control.
•        Ability to deal with people in all types of interpersonal dynamics.
•        Ability to negotiate with individuals or groups to resolve conflicts and reach consensus.
•        Ability to build durable working relationships with individuals and organizations.
•        Ability to make judgments or decisions based on subjective or objective criteria, quantitative or qualitative inputs.
•        Ability to independently multitask on a continuous basis – involving frequent changes in priorities, methods, and scope.
•        Ability to carry out position functions with broad guidance on policy and goals and minimal daily oversight and direction.


Education:
Bachelor's degree in engineering, science, health physics, or a related technical discipline.
Graduate degree beneficial but not required.



Other requirements
 
Degree
Bachelors

 
Experience
5+ years

 
Security Clearance
Unspecified

 
Qualifications
Unspecified

 

 

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