Regulatory Affairs Canadian Licensing Manager Job
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Toronto, ON M5C 2Y7, Canada
Engineering / Technology
Job Description SummaryThe Regulatory Affairs Canadian Licensing Manager will lead the completion of various regulatory work scopes in Canada, and work with GE Hitachi (GEH)/Global Nuclear Fuels (GNF) Engineering and Regulatory Affairs teams on major projects.
Essential Responsibilities :
As the Regulatory Affairs Canadian Licensing Manager you will:
Manage the Vendor Design Review process in Canada with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC)
Coordinate with GE Hitachi (GEH)/Global Nuclear Fuels (GNF) Engineering and Regulatory Affairs teams in support of potential joint Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)/CNSC regulatory collaboration projects
Coordinate and prepare licensing reports including preparation of responses to customer and CNSC questions
Coordinate and prepare input to new reactor licensing application submittals to the CNSC
Interface with customers, regulatory personnel, and industry working groups on regulatory issues, and to secure applicable permissions and approvals related to work scopes
Bachelor's Degree in a Science or Engineering discipline from an accredited university or college
Minimum of 10 years of related professional work experience including Minimum of 5 years of experience performing / providing input into nuclear safety evaluations, including satisfaction of regulatory requirements for nuclear regulatory documents
Minimum of 1 year of experience in development of Vendor Design Review or licensing application submittals to the Canadian nuclear regulator
Minimum of 1 year of experience leading complex projects, and providing regulatory guidance / direction to contributing functions (i.e., Engineering)
Ability and willingness to travel up to 25% as needed
Desired Characteristics :
International Regulatory Experience is highly preferred.
Master's Degree in a Science or Engineering discipline from an accredited university or college with a minimum of 5 years of related professional work experience
CNSC Licensing process and regulatory knowledge / technical knowledge in one or more areas, preferably in new plant licensing
Working knowledge of Boiling Water Reactor (BWR) systems, fuel, or operations, with specific experience with Advanced Boiling Water Reactor (ABSR) or Economically Simplified Boiling Water Reactor (ESBWR) engineering or licensing desired Experience and demonstrated effectiveness in working / communicating with CNSC Regulatory personnel
Experience working with Canadian and US industry groups on nuclear licensing matters
International licensing experience, with specific expertise in Canadian new power plant licensing desired Excellent technical writing skills with the ability to create technical reports suitable for a wide range of audiences
Effective interpersonal and facilitation skills
Process skills related to coordinating and documenting complex technical documents Externally focused: takes action to enhance the reputation of the company / represents the company well at all opportunities
Clear thinker: communicates messages clearly and concisely with the ability to make decisions with speed and accuracy based on the best available information / ability to sift through complex information and focus on critical few priorities Assesses potential impacts of regulatory landscape on business and customers
Strong business and financial acumen
Ability to work effective with senior leaders Strong program / project management skills
Additional Eligibility Qualifications :
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in Canada for this opening.
This position requires access to and/or use of information subject to control under the United States (US) Department of Energy's Part 810 Regulations (10 CFR Part 810) and the Export Administration Regulations (15 CFR Parts 730 through 774) (collectively, "U.S. Export Control Laws"). Therefore, the applicant must be able to be authorized to access and/or use such information under U.S. Export Control Laws.”
Relocation Assistance Provided: Yes
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