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General Electric European New Plant / Product Licensing Director in Warsaw, Poland

Job Description Summary

The European New Plant/Product (NPP) Licensing Director will establish the vision & strategy for Regulatory Affairs to accelerate the licensing needed to deploy new technologies in Europe and outside North America. This seasoned leader will oversee multiple product licensing efforts, including managing strategic efforts to accelerate bringing our disruptive, small modular reactor (BWRX-300) to market. Responsible for managing teams and providing leadership and strategic guidance for new plant and product licensing activities in GEH and GNF. Build and mentor a high-performance team that will bring new products/projects to market. Work cross functionally with the product and project managers, engineering and senior management to formulate and execute the strategy. Establish and manage relationships with regulators, customers and industry working groups. Review, approve and submit documents to regulators and industry working groups. Occasional travel is required. The role is in Regulatory Affairs and reports to the Manager of Nuclear Programs.

Job Description

Essential Responsibilities

For new plants and new products:

  • Lead the strategic development and deployment for licensing

  • Establish and maintain effective business relationships with United States and non-U.S. nuclear regulators as main point of contact

  • Provide expert knowledge of the US NRC and non-US nuclear rules and regulations, as appropriate.

  • Provide functional work direction to the licensing engineers and licensing project managers.

  • Monitor applicable nuclear regulations and ensure GEH / GNF manage applicable changes.

  • Maintain nuclear licensing basis documents and correspondence records

  • Manage periodic and reactive nuclear regulatory inspections/audits

  • Lead resolution of nuclear licensing / regulatory compliance issues

  • Coordinate efforts and interfaces of the Regulatory Affairs organization with other GEH / GNF teams

  • Coordinate interfaces with industry organizations (e.g., IAEA, WNA)

  • Manage Licensing budget


  • Bachelor’s Degree in engineering or related technical discipline from an accredited university or college.

  • Significant experience in nuclear regulated design, operations or licensing

  • Several years of experience in a leadership/management role with significant scope and responsibility

  • Willingness and ability to travel occasionally

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Ability and willingness to obtain and maintain a site security clearance, including required background checks.

Desired Characteristics:

  • Experience working with regulatory, governmental agencies

  • Working knowledge of nuclear regulations, preferably countries in Europe

  • Exhibits behaviors in line with strong Nuclear Safety Culture (i.e., respectful work environment / environment for raising concerns)

  • Assesses potential impacts of regulatory landscape on business and customers

  • Strong business and financial acumen

  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills including facilitation

  • Ability to work effectively with senior executives

  • Strong oral and written communication skills

  • Clear, credible communicator on technical issues

  • Strong program / project management skills

  • PC proficiency

  • Writing and communication skills Polish and English

GEH will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in Poland for this opening.

This position requires access to and/or use of information subject to control under the United States Department of Energy's Part 810 Regulations (10 CFR Part 810) and the Export Administration Regulations (15 CFR Parts 730 through 774) (collectively, “US Export Control Laws”). Therefore, the applicant must be able to be authorized to access and/or use such information under United States Export Control Laws and any applicable import/export requirements in Poland.

D esired residency in Europe, preferably in Poland, with up to 25% travel to Poland required.

Relocation to Poland is negotiable but not required.

Additional Information

Relocation Assistance Provided: No

#LI-Remote - This is a remote position