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Estimated Start Date
December 2023 / January 2024
Estimated Duration of Work
Initially One Year w/ extensions anticipated

Sr. Fuels/Safety Engineer (Transient & Accident Analysis)  – East Coast (US) Commercial Nuclear Plants (Hybrid)
Project: Component replacement for power uprate – Full Scale Loss of Coolant Analysis
Pay Rate: Not Defined / need Candidate’s requested rate (non-exempt)
Duration: 24 months to start (could last 4-6 years)
Hours: 4×10’s (to start)
Per Diem: N/A – Work will be hybrid. All Trips to the site covered (expenses)
Mob/Demob: N/A

Job Summary:
Provide safety analysis for uprate work.
Chapter 15 knowledge must be extensive:
The Safety Analysis Models group is responsible for; developing and updating in-house transient analysis methodologies for the proposed power uprates and 24 month fuel cycle transitions at both units; for performing the UFSAR Chapter 15 accident analyses at the uprated power conditions; and for ensuring each reload core design, uprated or non-uprated, is performed in accordance with NRC approved methods and meet all limits

  • Perform and review UFSAR Chapter 15 non-LOCA transient analyses
  • Prepare thorough and accurate technical reports, correspondence, and documentation
  • Develop, qualify, and maintain computer codes used in calculating DNB limits or verifying other limits are met

Additional analysis may include:

  • Increase in heat removal by the secondary system
  • Decrease in heat removal by the secondary system
  • Decrease in reactor coolant system (RCS) flow rate -Reactivity and power distribution anomaly
  • Increase in RCS inventory/Decrease in RCS inventory
  • Radioactive release from a subsystem or component

Required Education and Certifications / Licenses:
PE preferred. BS engineering required

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Jenny Lister