The Configuration Management (CM) Program Manager has the responsibility for maintaining the configuration management program plan and overseeing the implementation of the program to ensure that the physical equipment and facilities; the drawings, specifications, and procedures; and the design/licensing basis for the plant are all maintained.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Develop and maintain the Configuration Management Program Plan for the ACP.
Develop and maintain the Configuration Management Program Plan for the Lead Cascade.
Oversee the implementation of the CM Program for the ACP. This includes assuring that the physical equipment and facilities; the documents such as drawings, specifications and procedures, and the regulatory basis for the ACP are all aligned with each other and with governing requirements.
Develop and maintain the IROFS (Items Relied on for Safety) Boundary Definition Documents for the ACP.
Develop and maintain the IROFS (Items Relied on for Safety) Boundary Definition for the Lead Cascade.
Maintain involvement with design, construction, operation, and maintenance activities to ensure that CM principles and practices are followed.
Provide liaison with other site organizational entities to ensure consistent application of CM.
Review and participate in the development of the CM performance indicators and monitoring of CM health.
Periodically review selected data sources to identify trends, latent organizational weaknesses, or error precursors associated with performance of CM activities.
Provide periodic CM status reports to management.
Education and Experience Requirements
Bachelor's degree in Engineering or the physical sciences, or equivalent technical experience
Four years of nuclear experience
Must be able to obtain and maintain a DOE "Q" level security clearance
"This position requires the successful candidate to obtain and maintain a Department of Energy (DOE) security clearance. Candidates for positions requiring a security clearance are required to be tested for the absence of any illegal drug as defined in 10 CFR 707.4 prior to an offer of employment being made. In addition, once employed, employees will become part of a random drug testing program and may also be tested in the event of any incident causing injury or causing damage to property, or if it is determined that there is a reasonable suspicion the employee is under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This position will require a pre-employment background check on the part of the Company and in order to receive a DOE security clearance, a background investigation by the Federal government. Subsequent Federal government reinvestigations may be required."
Centrus is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V