Nuclear Licensing Engineer Salary in Arkansas, United States
The average pay for a Nuclear Licensing Engineer is $102,736 a year and $49 an hour in Arkansas, United States.
The average salary range for a Nuclear Licensing Engineer is between $71,488 and $127,822.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Arkansas, United States.
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Presents prepared permit and operating license applications and correspondence to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) and to other applicable regulatory agencies, and assures ongoing compliance with all licenses and permits.
Aids in the successful implementation of licensing actions to meet current and future client needs, maintains and executes licensing processes and procedures, and responds to licensing related questions from clients and other associates.
Prepares licensing correspondence to the NRC, including amendments, responses to requests for additional information, and exemption requests.
Develops and provides guidance and expertise to complete the licensing process, and maintains licensing documentation, supporting the business line, customers, and the NRC.
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Nuclear Licensing Engineer Job Listings for Arkansas, United States
Electrical/I&C Engineer I, II, III, Sr or Sr Lead - Russellville
Russellville, Arkansas, USA
This position will be hired for the Arkansas Nuclear One Plant* JOB SUMMARY/PURPOSE JOB DUTIES ... licenses, etc. required for the position Primary Location: Job Function FLSA Status Relocation ...