Holtec International is looking for a Engineering Manager, CED, Nuclear Analysis Group

    Engineering Manager, CED, Nuclear Analysis Group

    Location: Camden, New Jersey…

    Employer: Holtec International, CED

    Department: Corporate Engineering Division (CED)

    The nuclear analysis group of the CED predominantly performs the shielding and criticality safety analyses in support of Holtec’s Dry and Wet Spent Fuel Storage and Transport systems and installations. These analyses typically support applications to a nuclear regulator, in the US or overseas, for approval of the system or installation. The Engineering Manager (EM) will facilitate the performance of all nuclear safety analyses on Holtec’s internal and external projects to meet licensing and technical goals, project schedules, and support resolution of emergent project and technical issues. The EM will manage work, processes, and practices, and will be the interface between the analysis section and project or licensing departments. The EM will be responsible and accountable for oversight of the execution of work. The EM will report to the VP of Engineering Analyses within the CED.

    Specific Areas of Responsibility

    • Manage adherence to Holtec’s work processed (e.g. quality assurance, document configuration control, personnel qualification)
    • Coordinate and resolve technical items with analysts, designers, project managers and the licensing group
    • Assist technical leadership in the operation of the division, including ensuring alignment of work plans to project objectives, forecasting and prioritization of upcoming work, and assessment of progress
    • Manage engineering action items and resolution of barriers to achieve desired project outcomes
    • Validation of project scope completion in specific areas of the project, including assessment of the completeness, quality, and sufficiency of deliverables
    • Review technical specifications and requests for proposals to identify necessary activities and analyses
    • Manage the schedule


    • Organization and planning: Demonstrates the ability to plan, organize, prioritize, and multi-task to ensure efficient handling of the many tasks associated with the role
    • Proactivity: Demonstrates the ability to manage individual tasks and seek new tasks that facilitate progress in the various projects
    • Follow through: Demonstrates reliability in completing or managing assigned tasks
    • Communication: Demonstrates clear and concise communication on regular basis between project associates, senior management members, clients and regulators
    • Teamwork: Demonstrates the ability to work with and thrive in a diverse and challenging team environment
    • Critical thought/questioning attitude: Challenges and considers information and processes

    Minimum requirements

    • Engineering Degree or other technical degree with sufficient relevant experience
    • Project Management or Leadership experience - minimum 5 years

    Desirable additional qualifications:

    • Project scheduling experience (P6, Microsoft Project, etc.)
    • Experience with and knowledge of commercial nuclear power plants
    • Experience with and knowledge of spent fuel storage and transport systems or installations
    • Familiarity with principles of and/or computer codes for nuclear criticality and shielding analyses
    • Work in the power production industry or naval nuclear experience
    • Advanced degrees may be considered in relation to total experience