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Nuclear Criticality Safety Engineer : Job Profile


Employer: URENCO, Inc.
Job Title: Nuclear Criticality Safety Engineer
Job Description:

SUMMARY
Independently perform analysis and design activities in support of the facility, engineering programs and projects. Utilizing basic and advanced engineering fundamentals, as assigned, perform owner acceptance reviews of design packages developed by design agencies. Perform other engineering activities required to support facility design, configuration control, and operation.

REQUIRED EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE

ANSI/ANS-8.26 Qualification.
Criticality Safety and/or integrated safety analysis experience.
Bachelors Degree in Engineering.
5 years of related work experience.
PREFERRED EDUCATION ADN EXPERIENCE

A Masters Degree or PhD from an accredited college or university in Engineering.
Professional Engineering (PE) License obtained by accredited examination.
Eight or more years of related work experience: of which 2 years experience is in a nuclear facility.
Monte Carlo Computer code experience (MCNP or MONK preferred).
Experience in a 10 CFR part 70 facility.
Integrated safety analysis experience is a plus.
Company Description:

URENCO is an independent international energy and technology group with its head office based in Marlow, UK. It operates plants in the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, and from a fourth site in New Mexico, US. It operates in a pivotal area of the nuclear fuel supply chain, which enables the sustainable generation of electricity for consumers around the world.

The supply chain is made up of four key processes: mining, conversion, enrichment and fabrication. URENCO is firmly positioned in the enrichment stage, which is the highest added value segment of the supply chain.
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