Director, Regulatory Affairs
Company: Ultra Safe Nuclear
Posted on: March 18, 2023
TRAVEL EXPECTATIONS: Limited travel (10-25%)
The Director of Regulatory Affairs is responsible for licensing of
USNC's current domestic and international products and facilities.
This includes licensing of facilities to make fuel and reactors as
well as reactor projects. Licensing responsibility includes
environmental and safety as well as transportation, export control
compliance, etc. The Director of Regulatory Affairs is responsible
for interactions with interactions with domestic and international
regulators in support of USNC projects.
- Leads a team of licensing managers and licensing engineers
responsible for USNC licensing activities, including supporting the
NRC's review of the license application
- Support the establishment of and lead the implementation of
USNC global licensing strategy
- Manage pre-application engagement, develop, and implement
Regulatory Engagement Plans, and use various tools such as
licensing topical reports, Standard Design Approval, etc., to
reduce regulatory uncertainty for customer reactor deployment
- Responsible for licensing and compliance of USNC's reactor
- Responsible for licensing and compliance of USNC's fuel factory
either directly or through supporting an existing fuel fabricator
with a Part 70 license
- Responsible for USNC's role in licensing of reactor deployment
- While maintaining the vision of efficient harmonization of all
regulators globally, support each project by establishing a clear
licensing basis that meets compliance for each regulator's existing
- Manage development of programs and processes to ensure work
meets regulatory requirements
- Actively involved in industry groups/forums, implementing
lessons learned and industry best practices at USNC
- Education: A minimum of a bachelor's degree in Engineering,
Engineering Technology or Science. Advanced degree preferred.
- Experience: 8+ years of related experience in regulatory
affairs, engineering, construction, operation, quality assurance or
maintenance with at least 5 years in the nuclear field (6 years of
related experience with advanced degree). Applicable Navy nuclear
experience equally acceptable
- Overall, Job Knowledge and Performance: In-depth understanding
of nuclear engineering concepts, principles, and theories.
- Management: Demonstrated ability to manage others and
coordinate across multiple disciplines to provide design solutions
in a timely manner.
- Regulatory Affairs: Demonstrated understanding and
implementation of Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) and/or
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) regulatory processes.
PREFERRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCES:
- Knowledge of project management systems desired (e.g., Project
Management Professional (PMP) certification)
EXPORT CONTROL REQUIREMENTS:
To confirm to U.S. Government space technology export regulations,
including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) you
must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., or a
protected individual as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3).
- Are you legally authorized to work in the United States?
- Will you now or in the future require sponsorship for an
immigration-related employment benefit (e.g., H-1B, TN, green card,
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT:
USNC embraces diversity and equal opportunity and is proud to be an
Equal Opportunity Employer. We are striving to build the diverse,
equitable, and inclusive workforce that will make our technology a
reality. USNC actively encourages applicants from historically
underrepresented backgrounds to apply to this and other roles,
acknowledging and committing to address the historical lack of
diversity within the nuclear and aerospace industries.
USNC does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender,
national origin/ethnicity, veteran status, disability status, age,
sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, mental or
physical disability, or any other legally protected status.
SALARY RANGE: 190k-215k
COMPENSATION: This position is eligible to participate in our
performance bonus plan.
BENEFITS: In addition to our base compensation package, Ultra Safe
Nuclear also offers:
- 36 days of paid time off per year
- 11 paid holidays
- A generous PPO or HSA health insurance plan, available at no
cost for employee coverage
- A dental insurance plan, available at no cost for employee
- A vision insurance plan with , available at no cost for
- Access to a commuter benefit
- Short-term disability insurance
- Long-term disability insurance
- Basic term life and accidental death and dismemberment
insurance provided at no cost
- A 401(k) plan which includes a discretionary employer
- Voluntary Life Insurance is also available
ABOUT ULTRA SAFE NUCLEAR:
Based in Seattle, Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation (USNC) develops
nuclear hardware and services for reliable, clean energy anywhere
on Earth and in space. USNC offers full-stack capabilities
including specialized reactor design services, advanced materials
and fuel development, and reactor manufacturing and system
USNC has offices in USA, Canada, France, Korea, Poland, South
Africa, the UK and more.
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