General Electric Stability & Radiological Analysis Engineer in Asheville, North Carolina
The Stability & Radiological Analysis (SRA) Engineer will contribute on the SRA team in performing plant thermal-hydraulic stability analyses, plant noise analyses, PRNM stability interface, and other nuclear safety analyses. In addition, will perform MCNP analyses for criticality safety and shielding, fluence evaluations, control blade, dose and decay heat analyses technical analyses supporting BWR applications.
As the Stability & Radiological Analysis Engineer you will:
Perform technical evaluations and provide technical support in the areas of plant thermal-hydraulic stability analyses, plant noise analyses, PRNM stability interface, or criticality safety and shielding, fluence evaluations, control blade, dose and decay heat analyses technical analyses
Effectively communicate and coordinate activities with internal and external project managers, technical personnel, and customers on engineering/technical issues
Maintain and/or exceed baseline project schedule and cost in delivery of nuclear fuel reload engineering deliverables
Prepare, document, and present technical data to internal and external customers
Contribute to team process improvements to drive speed and simplification
Ensure work is performed with high quality in accordance with NRC rules and regulations, customer requirements, and business quality assurance standards
Bachelor's Degree in engineering, physics, or closely related science discipline from an accredited college or university
Minimum of 3 years of experience in nuclear radiological, nuclear safety analysis and methods, or nuclear fuel, core, or plant design
Master's Degree or Ph.D in Nuclear Engineering or closely related discipline from an accredited college or university
Experience with BWR technology
Knowledge of plant operational support
Knowledge of reactor licensing requirements
Experience with BWR simulator and use of 3-Dimensional neutron kinetics code (e.g., PANAC, PARCS)
Experience in reactivity control such as reactivity insertion accident, rod withdrawal error, control rod drop accident analyses
Experience with BWR/PWR system codes such as TRACG, RELAP, TRACE or equivalent safety analysis system codes
Object-oriented programming experience such as Java, C#, C++ Demonstrated high energy and the ability to energize others
Honest and straightforward with a high level of personal integrity
Work easily and communicate effectively within a team environment
Strong personal commitment and determination
Detail oriented and accountable for results
Exceptional organization skills
Display a strong drive for continuous improvement
Displays an engaging, can-do, optimistic attitude
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
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Locations: United States; North Carolina; Wilmington
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening.