CBI/AREVA MOX Services, LLC is a consortium of companies based in Aiken, SC and formed to advance the Department of Energy's mission to dispose of surplus weapon grade plutonium. The plutonium is disposed of by mixing it with uranium and forming a mixed oxide (MOX) fuel for use in existing nuclear reactors. After the MOX fuel is irradiated in the reactor, the plutonium can no longer be used for nuclear weapons. AREVA Federal Services provides resources to MOX Services for the design, construction, licensing and operations of the MOX Fuel Fabrication Facility (MFFF) to be built at the Savannah River Site. Resources provided are in the following disciplines: Licensing, ES&H, Integrated Safety Analysis, QA, Engineering Assurance, Process Engineering, Systems Engineering, Design and Engineering (Structural, Electrical, I &C, Seismic, Nuclear Criticality, Piping, Mechanical, HVAC), Project Safety, Procurement, Project Controls, Software Design, Training, Records Management, Operations, and Information Technology.
AREVA Federal Services LLC (AFS) is a world-class nuclear engineering services and operations contractor which was established to serve the Federal Government, specifically the Department of Energy (DOE) and its contractors, by combining the capabilities, technologies, and resources from multiple AREVA companies. AREVA offers international experience in all aspects of the nuclear fuel cycle and has experience and capabilities in process development, engineering, design, construction, fabrication, and operations of nuclear waste management facilities and technologies.
The combined resources of AFS include more than 400 employees, comprising over 200 engineers and 50 scientists. Additionally, since AFS is part of the large global company AREVA, Federal clients have access to the entire AREVA family of companies with a global workforce of over 75,000 employees and a U.S. workforce that exceeds 6,000 employees.
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AREVA Federal Services LLC, a subsidiary of AREVA, is seeking a Chemical Design Responsible Engineer II-III. This qualified candidate will be assigned to he Chemical Design Team in the Chemical/Mechanical Engineering Group. He/she will be responsible for all aspects of their assigned units/systems.
Additional responsibilities will include the following :
· Ensure the chemical process unit(s) safety basis is maintained, the design meets the functional needs of the MOX process, and applicable requires from codes/standards are met.
· Understand and maintain unit technical documents
· Analyze the impacts of various design changes on the assigned unit/systems
· Resolve technical, interface, and installation issues
· Interface with other MOX Engineering personnel and other departments (Other Engineering disciplines, Procurement, Startup, Operations, Construction, Security/MC&A), as well as with NRC or DOE when
· Activities may include (but are not limited to): developing system/unit documentation (e.g. system design descriptions), reviewing system design drawings/documentation, providing expertise regarding system/unit
operation, reviewing interfacing system documentation (P&IDs and equipment drawings), resolving room layout issues, defining equipment preventive maintenance requirements, providing relevant information to
other disciplines, providing input regarding nuclear safety strategy, reviewing procedures, etc.