- Possesses specialty skills and performs advanced tasks independently with minimal supervisory review. Performs regulatory tasks independently and actively imparts knowledge to others. Higher level of accountability than a Regulatory Engineer. Must be able to manage and implement regulatory processes and programs, has wide latitude to make regulatory/technical decisions within accountabilities.
Department Specific Roles/Responsibilities:
- Regulatory Assurance:
- Regulatory Assurance includes the following functions: corrective action and self assessment/benchmarking program implementation, regulatory compliance and communications (NRC Region and State interface), and regulatory programs (e. g. , commitment management, operating experience, NRC performance indicators, etc. ) implementation. Support day-to-day site operations including PORC process, UFSAR change process, plant Technical Specifications support, operability and
reportability support, inspection planning and support, case management, integration of operating experience into daily activities, leadership for ongoing corrective action and self-assessment activities, and implementation of site commitment management items. Implement policies, programs and processes as designed, feeding back suggested changes to Corporate for improvements. Communicate site issues with regulatory significance to Licensing organization to gain support and enable fleet-wide learning. Provide site-specific administrative support for the NSRB function.
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