Exelon Regulatory Specialist/ Engineer in MARSEILLES, Illinois


Performs advanced regulatory/technical problem solving in support of nuclear plant operations. Responsible for regulatory/technical decisions. Possesses excellent knowledge in functional discipline and its practical application and has detailed knowledge of applicable industry codes and regulations.


  • Provide in-depth regulatory/technical expertise to develop, manage and implement regulatory analyses, activities and programs.

  • Provide regulatory/technical expertise and consultation through direct involvement to identify and resolve regulatory issues.

  • Provide complete task management of regulatory issues.

  • Perform regulatory tasks as assigned by supervision.

  • Accountable for the accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of work ensuring proper licensing basis management and assuring that standard design criteria, practices, procedures, regulations and codes are used in preparation of products.

  • Perform independent research, reviews, studies and analyses in support of regulatory/technical projects and programs.

  • Recommend new concepts and techniques to improve performance, simplify operation, reduce costs, reduce regulatory burden, correct regulatory non-compliances, or comply with changes in codes or regulations.

  • Perform ERO role and maintain qualifications as an active member of the ERO.


Minimum: Preferred:

• High School Diploma and minimum 10 years experience (5 of the 10 years must be at the exempt level)

• Associates Degree and minimum 8 years experience (3 of the 8 years must be at the exempt level) or

• 8 years overall experience with 2 years of FLS experience

• Associates degree or • Non-engineering Bachelor’s degree

• Previous SRO license/certification

• Effective written and oral communication skills

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 Specialist. 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:

Licensing: Licensing includes the following functions: Licensing Actions (e.g., License and Technical Specification Amendment Requests, Relief Requests, Exemption Requests), managing regulatory compliance and interface, various written correspondence with regulatory authorities, and single point of contact with the NRC’s Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation (NRR). Support day-to-day site operations. Coordinate emergent issues of complexity requiring off-site assistance. This includes activities such as non-routine reportability determinations, case management, and program implementation interpretations. Maintain expertise on industry initiatives and regulatory issues important to the sites. As part of business and project planning, will coordinate common projects affecting multiple sites. Assist in the preparation of Notices of Enforcement Discretion (NOEDs), and the facilitation of identifying resources for tasks that require support beyond what is available at the sites.

Licensing Programs: Licensing Programs includes oversight and performance/implementation of programs and processes such as corrective action, operating experience, INPO coordination and interface, Federal Register/ Rulemaking, self assessment, benchmarking, business plan preparation, and NSRB/GOC coordination. Licensing Programs works with the sites and corporate to perform program governance, oversight, support and perform functions.

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.

Job Gov't and Regulatory Affairs

Organization: Generation Nuclear

Title: Regulatory Specialist/ Engineer


Requisition ID: 212471