Sr Staff Fuels Engineer - (Sign-On Bonus Available)

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  • Location: WARRENVILLE, IL, 60555
  • Date Posted: 2022-04-04
  • Employment Type: Full Time
  • Category: Transportation
  • Req Number: 238549-OTHLOC-39310020116
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Performs advanced fuels related problem solving in support of nuclear plant operations. Responsible for technical decisions. Possesses superior knowledge in functional discipline and its practical application and regulations. Functions with recognized industry-level of expertise in a technical area.


  • Perform advanced nuclear engineering and technical tasks in support of nuclear plant operations. (20%)
  • Perform independent research, reviews, studies and analyses in support of technical projects. (15%)
  • Provides in-depth technical expertise to develop, manage and implement nuclear engineering activities related to plant safety, reliability, maintainability, and availability ensuring compliance to customer's needs, regulatory requirements, and corporate policies. (15%)
  • Accountable for the accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of work ensuring proper configuration management and assuring that standard design criteria, practices and codes are used in preparation of plans and specifications. (15%)
  • Provide technical expertise and consultation through direct involvement to identify and resolve equipment and system problems. (10%)
  • Provides initial or complete task management of nuclear engineering issues. (5%)
  • Recommends new concepts and techniques to improve performance, simplify operations, reduce costs, or comply with changes in codes or regulations. (5%)
  • Supports plant design modifications, testing and problem solving, as necessary. (5%)
  • Assure all nuclear engineering products prepared or overseen are in accordance with applicable safety analyses, industry codes, and all regulatory requirements. (5%)
  • Develop, implement and coordinate functional supervisory activities including, but not limited to, personnel, budgetary accountabilities and planning goals with respect to Nuclear Fuels personnel. (5%)


Possess superior technical expertise as either a multi-disciplined technical leader or as a specific discipline expert. Recognized as an Industry Expert in area or discipline. Higher level of accountability than an Engineer III. Performs independently in specialty area and actively imparts knowledge to others (established technical mentor). Has wide latitude to make technical decisions within accountabilities.

Department Specific Roles/Responsibilities: Core Designer/Cycle Manager Coordinate, direct and/or perform reactor physics analyses required to load, license and operate a nuclear reactor core. Collaborate with the fuel vendor in running codes, selecting inputs and validating outputs used for the reload design and licensing documentation. Monitor core operations to ensure exposure and licensing assumptions are met. Follow reload process for reload meetings, special assignments, exposure accounting, cycle management reports and control blade/component management.Revised 4/4/2022


  • B. S. degree in Engineering or Licensed Professional Engineer
  • 10+ years of engineering experience and exceptional performance
  • Demonstrated solid or better results for at least 2 years and meets all Fuels IIIA and IIIB criteria
  • Placement into this classification requires Nuclear Fuels Director, Director Human Resurces and VP Nuclear Fuels approval

  • Professional Engineering Registration, advanced technical degree or Coursework.
  • QNE Qualification or SRO Certification, desired

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