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Role Summary: The Reload Engineering Process Leader for GNF-A will be responsible for assuring the integration of licensed application methodologies considering specific plant operations, integration of customer specific requirements, confirmation of data infrastructure and data management practices and procedural adequacy of GNF’s LWR reload processes.
Essential Responsibilities: As the Reload Engineering Process Leader, you will:
Oversee the technical aspects of GNF’s reload processes aimed at designing and analyzing reactor cores to assure regulatory, commercial and operational expectations
Lead multi-disciplinary and cross-functional teams to achieve successful process implementations and change management practices
Lead analysis process enhancement initiatives for state of the art application of fuel products
Support reload teams to address top problems in focused technical areas
Work with Fuel commercial and project leadership to execute project communication to major stakeholders: customers, regulators, senior management and international consortium members
Support the interface with various regulatory agencies (NRC, DOE, etc.) as appropriate
Identify technology development needs related to core performance, feedback lessons learned to the design organizations, and provide leadership to close technology gaps
Effectively interface with support organizations, including fuel manufacturing, licensing and sourcing to collectively meet the goals and objectives of GNF
Bachelor's Degree in Nuclear Engineering, Physics or related discipline from an accredited college or university
Minimum of 5 years of experience in nuclear core and/or fuel design or safety analysis for fuel licensing
This role requires use of technical data subject to U.S. Government export restrictions and this posting is only for U.S. Persons (U.S. Citizens, lawful permanent residents and protected individuals (e.g., certain refugees and asylees)). GE will require proof of status prior to employment.
Technical competency in reload processes used in BWR and PWR reload licensing
Large project technical leadership experience preferably in multi-disciplinary international projects
Experience interfacing with regulatory agencies
Ability to lead and facilitate design reviews/challenges and effectively/systematically address risks and open issues
Strong facilitation, team building, communication and interpersonal skills
Technical experience that includes direct liaison with customers and partnering organizations
Six Sigma Black Belt / Master Black Belt certification or equivalent quality certification
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Suite
Demonstrated working knowledge ( in the context of technology within a regulatory approved application framework), in one or more of the following topics: nuclear reactor analysis and operation, computational reactor analysis, two-phase thermal-hydraulics, numerical methods and software engineering
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Locations: United States ; North Carolina; Wilmington
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