RCS Corporation has an immediate need for a Plant Integration Engineer (Requirements Management) for our client in the Bellevue, WA area. This is a contract opportunity.
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The Plant Integration Engineer (Requirements Management) that will focus on establishing, managing, and integrating Plant level project requirements. In this role, you will act as a plant integration engineer for advanced nuclear reactor projects or other highly technical projects. The successful candidate will integrate and coordinate with design teams across the project, including system, structure, and component (SSC) design teams, licensing, maintenance, operations and plant analysis. The Plant Integration Engineer will work as part of a high-performing team of engineers and scientists.
• Work the design teams across the project to establish plant level requirements, including plant design parameters, functional requirements, regulatory requirements, common requirements, etc., and ensure requirements are tracked, maintained, and implemented in the Plant design.
• Review ongoing and previous design documents to elicit plant requirements.
• Flow down requirements to project team and maintain communication between design teams to ensure requirements are understood.
• Provide oversight to partners and subcontractors developing SSC designs for the Natrium reactor to ensure Plant level requirements are met.
• Analyze and allocate regulatory criteria and standards to complex establish requirements for SSC design.
• Interface with design disciplines across the Natrium team (such as mechanical, instrumentation and controls, civil, and nuclear) to identify and develop plant design information and specify system design and performance criteria.
• Interface with and support licensing activities associated with Safety Analysis Reports.
• Support design reviews as plant system and subsystem designs are established and refined.
Key Qualifications and Skills
• B.S. in Mechanical, Nuclear, Structural or Electrical engineering, or related discipline, from an accredited university and 5+ years direct experience with SSC design in a nuclear or heavy industrial application.
• Demonstrated experience in the design of complex systems, structures, and equipment.
• Experience with SSC design in a commercial nuclear application is a plus.
• Experience in developing, managing and implementing design requirements
• Experience with DOORs or other requirements management software is a plus.
• Experience in multi-discipline and multi-organization design integration required.
• Experience in high temperature design desired.
• Previous experience with nuclear reactors, nuclear handling process systems, or similar high-performance systems or equipment design.
• Excellent technical writing, communication, and presentation skills.
• Attention to detail and aspiration for technical excellence.
• Candidate must be a self-starter and possess ability to coordinate and lead a design team’s effort with minimal direction.
• Ability to handle projects that include many competing objectives and design constraints, with ability to resolve conflicts between objectives.
• Ability to work on simultaneous tasks that require a multi-disciplinary approach.
• Experience working to quality standards on design activities, such as ASME NQA-1 or ISO 9001.
• The successful candidate will possess a high degree of trust and integrity, communicate openly and display respect and a desire to foster teamwork.
• Actual position starting level and title will be determined based on assessment of qualifications.
Job Functions are physical actions and/or working conditions associated with the position. These functions may also constitute essential functions for the job which the employee must be able to fulfill, with or without accommodation. Information provided below is to help describe the job so that the applicant has a reasonable understanding of the job duties/expectations. An applicant's ability to perform and/or tolerate these actions and conditions will be discussed and workplace accommodations may be made on a case-by-case basis following an individualized assessment of the applicant and other considerations, including but not limited to any governing safety standards.
Motor Abilities: Sitting and/or standing for extended periods, bending/stooping, grasping/gripping, fine motor control (hands)
Physical exertion and/or requirements: Minimal, with ability to safely lift up to 25 pounds
Ability to work in a laboratory setting with fluctuating temperatures
Repetitive work: Prolonged
Special Senses: Visual and audio focused work
Work Conditions: Stairs, typing/keyboard, standard and/or sitting working environment of >8 hrs./day
Travel required: 0-5%
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