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Electric Power Attorney in Charlotte, NC

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Company name

Duke Energy Corporation

Organization Type

In-House

Job Type

Attorney

Practice Area

Electric Power

Years of Experience

Min 5 yrs required

Location

USA Charlotte, NC

Date Last Verified

Mar 13,2018

Posted on

Mar 12,2018

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Profile

Senior Counsel - Nuclear Duties: Provides counsel to corporation on nuclear regulatory matters to ensure compliance with federal regulations. Interprets federal laws, Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations, and Nuclear Regulatory Commission guidance documents issued by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission that are applicable to nuclear plant operation. Stays abreast of legal developments, regulatory changes and court interpretations. Participates in and provides legal advice, as needed, on subsequent license renewal activities. Advises on issues associated with nuclear plant decommissioning activities. Advises on nuclear licensing actions associated with operating nuclear reactors. Provides counsel and participates in investigations related to deliberate misconduct, employee protection violations, safety culture concerns, and disciplinary actions. Prepares responses to Department of Labor Section 211 nuclear whistleblower complaints. Provides training to nuclear fleet personnel on topics such as Safety Culture, Safety Conscious Work Environment, and Employee Protection. Provides support to Nuclear Human Resources and the Employee Concerns Program. Reviews and approves proposed employment actions through the company’s Employee Review Board process.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications: JD Degree. Licensed to practice law in North Carolina or Licensed to practice in any state in the US and eligible for comity. 5+ years of experience practicing law in the area of nuclear regulatory law, environmental law, or employment law. Desired: 5+ years of experience practicing law in the area of nuclear regulatory law. Experience working directly with or partnering with the NRC. Working knowledge of the Atomic Energy Act. Previous experience handling investigations or litigation matters. 5+ years’ experience practicing in the area of nuclear regulatory law. Strong verbal communication skills. Sound judgment and decision-making. Ability to manage multiple complex matters simultaneously. Ability to take initiative and work independently. Ability to comprehend and analyze technical issues associated with regulatory compliance. Experience interacting with Federal agencies on compliance matters. Ability to work as a part of a team of other lawyers and business people. Proven effective communication, research, and writing skills.
Expiration Date: March 13, 2018

Additional info

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Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Duke Energy Corporation
550 S Tryon St
Charlotte, NC 28202