102 – Nuclear Power Plant Regulatory Compliance Manager

Job Number: 102

Location: Nationwide

Industry: Electrical Power – Nuclear

Description:

The McLain Group represents a client with an immediate need for a commercial nuclear power plant Regulatory Compliance Manager.  Our client is a leading provider of nuclear generated electrical power and offers competitive compensation, excellent benefits and promotes the development and success of their employees.

Responsibilities:

The primary function of the Regulatory Compliance Manager is to actively support the senior leadership team in sustaining a healthy professional relationship with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) staff by providing clear communications to the senior management team as well as predictive indicators that allows management to understand emerging regulatory issues requiring prompt action to avoid unnecessary regulatory challenges.  The Regulatory Compliance Manager also provides overall leadership of the Regulatory Compliance Group (RCG) in the Safety Assurance Department.  RCG responsibilities include interface with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), interfacing with other station groups regarding regulatory interpretations, ownership of the operability determination process, ownership of the 10CFR50.59 process, report ability determinations, LER submittals, facility License change process, UFSAR updates, relief requests, and NRC performance Indicator data submittal.

Ensures staff performs licensing basis and design basis research; develops licensing positions based on research of regulatory requirements and the licensing history of the plant and makes recommendations for regulatory action that will meet established NRC technical positions.

Requirements:

-  Bachelor’s degree in a scientific or engineering discipline or equivalent work experience.

-  Five (5) years nuclear power plant experience

Desired:

-  Proven success in dealing with the NRC or similar regulatory agencies where restoration of credibility and/or confidence by the regulator was a key objective.

-  Demonstrated leadership, interpersonal and human relation skills.

-  Demonstrated ability to work multiple projects effectively with multiple organizations to achieve desired objectives, using the appropriate department and site processes / programs, including under stressful situations.

- Demonstrated ability to systematically identify and analyze a problem, understand the underlying causes, and develop effective solutions.

- Professional Engineer.

- SRO license or certification.

- Broad technical knowledge of plant systems, and NRC regulatory requirements.

- Knowledge of NRC reactor oversight process (ROP) and NRC licensing processes.

- Experience in the development and management of regulatory programs.

- Supervisory experience demonstrating effective management of organizational and personnel matters.

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Please note: Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

About The McLain Group:

The McLain Group specializes in providing top talent for a variety of positions in the nuclear power industry. We are experienced at identifying the right people to meet critical staffing needs as well as the right jobs to meet career objectives. We are committed to satisfying both clients and candidates. To learn more, please visit www.themclaingroup.net