Entry Level Spent Fuel Systems Safety Engineer
The Naval Nuclear Laboratory is seeking an engineer to join the Spent Fuel Systems Department within Reactor Servicing. If you meet the requirements and want to put your talents to work in a mission driven environment, apply now! The successful candidate will be responsible for developing the criticality, radiological and chemical safety assessments for new construction and existing facilities. Specific duties may include:
• Developing Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program specific Criticality Assessments, called Reactor Servicing Safety Assessments, to document that facilities can safety operate.
• Developing Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program specific radiological and chemical assessments, called Facility Safety Reports, to document that facilities can safety operate.
• Evaluating facility, equipment, and process designs to ensure compliance with criticality, radiological, and chemical safety strategies, requirements, and standards.
• Collaborating with design engineers, subject matter experts, analysts, stakeholders, and Naval Reactors project engineers to ensure that criticality, radiological, and chemical safety is adequately addressed during the design process for future campaigns.
• Consulting with other areas of the program in the areas of nuclear safety and facility safety.
• Providing other engineer support, as assigned, in the areas of safety for Spent Fuel Systems.
REQUIRED SKILLS *
- BS degree in engineering or Bachelor's degree in a science related field from an accredited college or university
• Demonstrated leadership and project management skills
• Demonstrated ability to write clearly and concisely
• Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a team environment
• Experience in understanding engineering drawings and analyses
• Experience in documenting compliance to requirements