Sr. Nuclear Criticality Safety Engineer

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Location
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Salary
Competitive
Posted
05 Oct 2016
Closes
08 Dec 2016
Ref
122016_743
Sector
Renewables
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
ENERCON Services Inc., doing business for the Federal Government through our wholly owned subsidiary, ENERCON Federal Services, Inc. (EFS), provides engineering and environmental services to many branches of the Federal Government. With extensive experience in engineering design, nuclear safety, decommissioning and environmental services, we are actively supporting large and small projects throughout the DOE complex. EFS also has current experience supporting operations and decommissioning efforts at US Army Corps of Engineers and National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) facilities.

We are currently recruiting for an experienced Senior Nuclear Criticality Safety Engineer to support our client in Oak Ridge, TN. This position requires an ACTIVE DOE Q CLEARANCE . Inactive within 3 years may also be acceptable.

This position provides support, generation, revision and peer review of Nuclear Criticality Safety documents such as process studies, criticality safety evaluations, DACs, NCS determinations, special studies and analyses, etc., and review of drawings, specifications and other design documents to support the UPF project.

Minimum Requirements:
• A/BS or MS in Nuclear Engineering or similar technical discipline
• A minimum of 15 to 20 years of direct experience in Nuclear Criticality Safety
Currently active DOE Q Clearance required. Inactive within 3 years may also be acceptable.

ENERCON Services, Inc. is a 32-year old, engineering and technical services consulting company, providing premier services to companies in the energy, utility, and industrial verticals, as well as to governmental agencies across the US and Internationally. ENERCON is fully owned by our employees, and offers excellent benefits and career opportunities. To learn more about ENERCON, visit us at enercon.com.

ENERCON does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.