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Sr Staff License Renewal Engineer – Civil / Structural

We are currently looking for a Sr Staff License Renewal Engineer - Civil / Structural to join the nation's leading competitive energy provider, with one of the largest electricity generation portfolios and retail customer bases in the country.



United States





  • B. S. degree in engineering or licensed Professional Engineer.
  • 10+ years of engineering experience and exceptional performance
  • Approval of VP Engineering required to obtain this classification


  • Professional Engineering Registration, advanced technical degree or coursework.

Your Tasks

  • Preparation of aging management program documents supporting license renewal implementation.
  • Preparation of gap analyses and 10 CFR 54.37(b) reviews.
  • Preparation of Integrated Plant Assessments, including the development of scoping, screening and aging management reviews of systems, structures, and components.
  • Evaluation and update of time-limited aging analyses (TLAAs) relative to the extended operating period.
  • Preparation of License Renewal Applications (LRA) including FSAR update and support of the Environmental Report (Part 51) supplement.
  • Provide regulatory expertise to develop and review documents for submittal and/or presentation to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), other regulatory agencies or clients, with accountability for accuracy and completeness of these documents.
  • Perform independent research, reviews, studies, and analysis in support of regulatory/technical projects and programs.
  • Monitor changing regulatory trends and maintain knowledge of regulatory requirements, guidelines, practices, and industry standards of the nuclear industry.
  • Review, edit, and organize documents in the preparation of a large and complex nuclear license application, as well as smaller technical submittals, topical reports, and white papers.
  • Develop relationships with current licensing staff with regular interface to ensure quality deliverables
  • Provide input to project/program work schedule regarding the duration/scope of regulatory issues and the time/scope/effort involved in resolving them in order to implement project.
  • Coordinate with the site staff to implement license renewal commitments and aging management programs.

Your Profile

  • Must be able to work productively with other staff, at all levels, in a team environment.
  • Provide direct project support as an individual contributor or team leader.
  • Technical proficiency in understanding general engineering, design, and the nuclear industry.
  • Ability to work in time constraining regulatory environment while maintaining a quality product.
  • Ability to represent Constellation and/or clients at NRC, United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and other regulatory agencies meetings and workshops.
  • Must have strong organizational and excellent written and verbal communication skills, with demonstrated competencies in technical writing, facilitation, and decision-making.
  • Ability to gain and maintain unescorted access at nuclear sites and meet NRC security and client security requirements.
  • Excellent knowledge and understanding of regulations, regulatory agencies, and the regulatory processes supporting design and licensing of nuclear plants including the documentation that supports these processes.
  • Must possess knowledge and understanding of nuclear power plant design, and operations.


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