Req. # 11923
Title: Supervisor Engineer
Location: Fulton, MO
The Supervising Engineer, Regulatory Affairs Risk Management, provides and maintains expertise in probabilistic risk assessment (PRA) activities for the Nuclear Division. Key responsibilities include:
Develop, maintain and apply PRA models to support safe and cost-effective operation of the Callaway Energy Center. This includes models to evaluate the stations vulnerability to the risks of fires, internal floods and other hazards.
Maintain, update and apply the MAAP-based thermal-hydraulic analysis that supports the PRA models.
Develop, maintain, and implement the Safety Monitor Program to include development/maintenance/configuration management of the Safety Monitor Fault Trees, software and database.
Support the Callaway Maintenance Rule Program, including PRA representation on the Expert Panel.
Perform quantitative and qualitative risk assessments of design, technical specifications and procedure changes proposed for the station.
Perform and defend PRA calculations to support risk-informed changes to the station licensing basis.
Perform and defend PRA calculations to support applications for Notices of Enforcement Discretion.
PRA and Safety Monitor training, and associated qualification standards.
Interface on PRA issues with NRR and NRC Region IV PRA analysts.
Represent Callaway Energy Center on PRA-related industry groups and committees (i.e., PWROG RMSC, NUG, SMUG, STARS, etc.)
Develop and implement the following risk management initiatives for the station: Technical Specification Surveillance Frequency Control Program; Technical Specification Risk Informed Completion Times; Risk-informed, Performance-based Fire Protection Program; and other risk managed initiative being pursued through STARS.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering from an accredited college or university required.
Five or more years experience, of which three or more years is in nuclear power plant engineering or analysis required. In addition, four or more years experience in nuclear power plant PRA required.
Must have good leadership, decision making, communication, and human relations skills. Security screening required for Callaway plant access. After preliminary review, selected applicants must take the First Line Supervisor Test and obtain a recommended status in order to be eligible for additional selection procedures (e.g., interview) designated for this position.