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Regulatory Engineer - Siting and Environmental - Remote Eligible

Engage with regulators and communities to find right-sized solutions for siting a small fission plant.
San Francisco Bay Area
Mid-Level
$70,000 - 135,000 USD / year
2 months ago
Oklo

Oklo

Emission free, always on power from advanced fission power plants.

✨ About The Role

- Responsible for developing and implementing strategies to address environmental regulatory requirements and best practices for siting Oklo facilities - Engage with regulators, customers, and local communities to incorporate their questions and concerns into the site identification and environmental compliance process - Collaborate with licensing team, operations team, and contractors on site investigations, safety reviews, and site preparations - Document work using modern tools and techniques, writing high-quality technical reports to comply with regulatory requirements - Identify repeatable approaches for addressing Federal, State, Tribal, and local regulatory requirements relevant to site identification and environmental impact of a small commercial nuclear facility

⚡ Requirements

- Experienced engineer with 3-4 years in the nuclear, environmental, or civil engineering field, passionate about clean energy and advanced fission technology - Strong technical background with a Bachelor's, Master's, or PhD in a relevant field such as nuclear engineering, environmental engineering, or geology - Comfortable working in a fast-paced startup environment, eager to learn and grow with the company - Excellent communicator, both verbally and in writing, able to engage with regulators, customers, and local communities effectively - Creative problem solver who can propose innovative solutions to technical challenges, while considering environmental and community impacts
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Regulatory Engineer - Siting and Environmental - Remote Eligible
San Francisco Bay Area
$70,000 - 135,000 USD / year
Engineering
About Oklo
Emission free, always on power from advanced fission power plants.