Solution-Driven Engineer Resume
|Desired Industry: Manufacturing
|Desired Job Location: Atlanta, Georgia
||Date Posted: 3/22/2019
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
|Desired Wage: 120000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Management (Manager, Director)
||Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
|Highest Degree Attained: Masters
||Willing to Relocate: Yes
Wide-ranging experience in nuclear and electrical engineering covering nuclear licensing, environmental safety, project management, and operations research.
Solid understanding of nuclear safety principles, practices, policies, orders, bulletins, procedures, licensing basis, technical specification, and national codes. Knowledge of regulations and standards in industrial safety and quality assurance and guidelines for development of licensing amendment requests (LARs) and relief request, which resulted in obtaining approval from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).
Adept at testing electrical components, equipment, and systems; developing procedures; as well as conducting walk-through inspections on facilities and operations.
Maintain focus on task, reaching depths of understanding for uncovering critical details and finding solutions that others may miss.
DUKE ENERGY CAROLINAS, Various Locations Oct 2013 - Dec 2018
Senior Licensing / Regulatory Compliance Engineer (York, SC)
Executed regulatory activities associated to safety, operability, reliability, maintainability, and availability by keenly reviewing engineering concepts and providing effective resolution to nuclear power plant or facility technical issues for ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements and corporate policies.
Supported nuclear plant operations through analysis and coordination of environmental, nuclear, industrial, and radiological safety and health performance, security, and operational issues and concerns.
Provided knowledge of NRC approval, Department of Energy (DOE), Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO), Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), and American National Standard Institute (ANSI), supporting research or analyzing information for assignments
Ensured strict compliance with implemented technical requirements, safety standards, program management, quality assurance processes and procedures, federal codes and regulations, and identified issues, meeting all standards and protocols.
Spearheaded timely and effective research, reviews, and led teams composed of technical personnel drawn from different organizations, accomplishing safety issues relating to plant design, technical specification, and licensing for supporting regulatory and technical projects.
Facilitated quarterly meetings on plant modification, 10CFR50.59 requirements with senior management personnel and subject matters experts, ensuring adherence of prepared packages for operating plant / facility to all regulations.
Prepared and managed updated safety analysis report change packages that reflected changes to existing design bases, structures, systems, components and new requirements of the plant, and submitted high-quality product to the NRC, in accordance with 10CFR50.71(e), maintenance of records, making reports.
Worked closely with NRC, resulting in earning recognition for exemplary efforts in leading and coordinating the following inspection without NRC violations.
NRC Temporary Instruction 2515 / 191 (Fukushima) inspections of the Implementation of Mitigation Strategies,
Spent Fuel Pool Instrumentation Orders, and:
Emergency Preparedness communication / Staffing/Multi-Unit Dose Assessment Plans at Catawba Nuclear Station (CNS).
Licensing Engineer (Charlotte, NC) Jan 2007 - Aug 2011
Led and prepared technical reviews of various Duke legacy nuclear fleet LAR, and submitted high-quality product to NRC.
Handled development, change, and approval of new and existing work procedures, and identified improvements to existing processes.
Carried out preparation and submission of Oconee Nuclear Station (ONS) cyber security, associated with AREVA XS (TXS) Digital Reactor Protection System / Engineered Safeguards (RPS / ESPS) to the NRC.
Ensured alignment of independent process for software verification and validation (IV&V) with NRC's requirements by verifying cyber security / security requirements, and potential cyber security / vulnerabilities in each phase of AREVA hardware and software lifecycle development.
Supported team in overseeing and evaluating technical activities impacting safe operation of facilities and / or operations and assessing compliance with policies and requirements such as the following:
Participation in technical assessments, audits, or surveillances.
Preparation of portions of technical reports and briefing materials.
Evaluation of compliance with health and safety requirements.
Analyzation of performance to identify trends, strengths, and weaknesses.
Attended industry task force meetings on regulatory issues, focusing on Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE), and Cyber Security Plan and Implementation Schedule (NEI 08-09).
NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION, Rockville, MD Apr 2004 - Jan 2007
Reviewed and prepared Request for Additional Information (RAI) for Clinton Power Station and Beaver Valley LARs.
Served as resident inspector or facility representative at Crystal River Nuclear Power Plant by conducting walk-through inspections and provided systematic oversight of the plant, and provided plant status and safety information to Region II office senior management daily.
Conducted program reviews and assessment of Digital Feed Water Control System fault injection contract performed by University of Virginia and Ohio State University, contractors, and Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant pilot plant.
Authored report to senior level on nanotechnology and effect on nuclear industry with no identified findings.
Executed technical reviews and created presentation slides for briefing on potential common-mode failures for medium voltage underground cables for NRC public meeting with NEI.
Evaluated, analyzed, and reviewed national reports from countries participating in 2005 International Convention on Nuclear Safety and developed questions for the United States delegation to the Convention.
LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY, Los Alamos, NM Aug 2002 - Jan 2003
Processed and analyzed recorded information on devices in laboratory test environment, tested electrical components, equipment, systems, and documented results.
Examined field equipment at explosive sites and provided support to field personnel, ensuring diagnosis of equipment malfunctions.
Master of Nuclear Engineering (ME), University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE), University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC, cum laude
American Nuclear Society (ANS)
Quality Assurance | Environmental Compliance | Licensing and Regulatory Compliance Activities Execution
Leadership Support and Assistance | Industrial and Radiological Safety | Technical Specification |
National Codes | Field Equipment Diagnosis and Observations | Presentation Preparation
Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification, In Progress (Expected Completion Date: May 2019)
Nuclear Regulatory Commission Nuclear Safety Professional Development Program Certification
Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint)
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