PRA Engineer

About the Position
About The Position
The Probabilistic Risk Assessment Engineer develops, maintains, and applies nuclear power plant probabilistic risk assessment (PRA) models to support safe and cost-effective operation of the Callaway Energy Center.
Key responsibilities include:
Advise Nuclear Division personnel on issues related to PRA. Participate in plant program groups that use risk insights, such as the Maintenance Rule Expert Panel.
Evaluate plant design and licensing changes to determine their quantitative impact on plant risk.
Implement industry-developed, PRA-based techniques to optimize programs employed at the Callaway Energy Center.
Perform PRA evaluations to determine the risk significance of plant events. As necessary, interact with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and other regulatory and oversite agencies, to provide requested information and provide technical representation for Callaway assessments.
Develop, maintain and document Callaway PRA (computer-based) models to enable determination of the quantitative risk associated with the operation and maintenance of the plant.
Consult with nuclear division personnel on matters of qualitative and quantitative nuclear risk, including topics such as Maintenance Rule, MSPI, NRC Significance Determination Process, risk-informed Technical Specifications, and risk-informed licensing actions.
Develop and maintain department procedures related to PRA.
Assume Emergency Response Organization (ERO) duties in accordance with Callaway Energy Center Radiological Emergency Response Plan (RERP) including responding to assigned ERO facilities within the required RERP response time.
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering from an accredited institution required. Three or more years in Probabilistic Risk Assessment (Probabilistic Safety Assessment), Systems Engineering or Operations preferred.
In addition to the above qualifications, the successful candidate will demonstrate:
Good leadership, decision-making, human relations, and communication skills required. Security screening required for Callaway Energy Center access.
Working Conditions
The Probabilistic Risk Assessment Engineer works a standard day shift in an office/plant/field setting at the Callaway Energy Center. Additional hours, callouts and/or rotating shifts may be required during refueling outages and emergent plant activities as the needs arise
Additional Information
Ameren's selection process includes a series of interviews and may include a leadership assessment process. Specific details will be provided to qualified candidates.
Technical career path level depends upon applicant's credentials.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

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