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Become a part of the leading Generation-IV nuclear plant development team. Check out the job descriptions below!

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

The Instrumentation & Control Engineer is primarily responsible for developing the instrumentation and control design for the various process and nuclear systems associated with a power generation facility.

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Civil Engineering Co-op

The Civil Engineering Co-op is primarily responsible for aiding the Civil Design team in the development, analysis and design of civil systems.

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Engineering Project Manager

The Engineering Project Manager is primarily responsible for planning, monitoring, and controlling IMSR® engineering projects with internal and external project stakeholders, customers, and suppliers.

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Junior Project Coordinator

The Junior Project Coordinator, under the direction of the Project Director costing, scheduling, coordination and implementation of project controls activities.

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Plant Layout and Facilities Lead

The Plant Layout and Facilities Lead, under the direction of the Systems Engineering Director assuring consistency, and requirements are incorporated into layout and facilities design.

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Technical Project Engineer

The Technical Project Engineer (TPE) is primarily responsible for leading a set of inter-related Work Packages that are grouped as a project.

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Human Factors Engineer / Designer

The Human Factors Engineer/Designer is primarily responsible for conducting Human Factors Engineering (HFE) design and analyses.

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Requirements and Configuration Lead

The Requirements and Configuration is primarily responsible for requirements management (capture, trace, analysis) and configuration management.

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Operations Specialist

The Operations Specialist is primarily responsible for establishing and developing the operational aspects of the IMSR® and contributing to the design aspects of the Training Simulator, Site and Plant Layout, Aging Management, and Constructability, Commissioning, Operability, Maintainability, Inspectability, and Maintainability (CCOMIT).

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Fire Protection Designer/Engineer

The System Engineering Designer Fire Protection1 is primarily responsible for supporting the development and integration of the IMSR® Fire Protection Systems.

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Physics Analyst

The Physics Analyst is primarily responsible for performing reactor physics analyses and design assessments using reactor physics computer codes and analytical techniques.

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Principal Windchill Solutions Architect

The Windchill Solutions Architect is primarily responsible for architecting and implementing Windchill solutions for TEI.

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R&D Materials Scientist/Engineer

The R&D Materials Scientist/Engineer is primarily responsible for materials selection related activities, including development and execution of test programs in support of TEI Engineering as part of TEI’s overall R&D Program.

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R&D Physics Scientist

The R&D Physics Scientist is primarily responsible for physics related R&D activities, including identifying and developing necessary physics tests in support of reactor design, and collaborating with R&D Project Coordinator, TEI Physics team and other interfacing teams in support of design development.

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Terrestrial Energy is an industry-leading technology company committed to delivering reliable, emission-free, and cost-competitive nuclear energy with a truly innovative advanced reactor design, the Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR®).