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Constellation Engineer in Warrenville, Illinois


As the nation's largest producer of clean, carbon-free energy, Constellation is a company purposely-built to meet the challenges of the climate crisis. Constellation has been the leader in clean energy production for more than a decade and we are growing our company and capabilities. Now, we're accelerating, speeding our low-carbon or no-carbon power to more people in more places, day and night, providing our customers and communities with options to buy, manage and use energy as part of their decarbonization mission. The race is on to confront the climate crisis and Constellation is ready to meet the challenge. Come join us as we lead energy, together.


Constellation offers a wide range of benefits and rewards, designed to help our employees thrive professionally and personally. In addition to highly competitive salaries, we offer a bonus program, 401(k) with company match, employee stock purchase program; comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits, including a robust wellness program; paid time off for vacation, holidays and sick days; and much more.


Performs advanced technical/engineering problem solving in support of nuclear plant operations. Responsible for technical decisions. Possesses excellent knowledge in functional discipline and its practical application and has detailed knowledge of applicable industry codes and regulations.


  • Provide in-depth technical expertise to develop, manage and implement engineering analysis, activities and programs.

  • Provide technical expertise and consultation through direct involvement to identify and resolve equipment and system problems.

  • Provide complete task management of engineering issues.

  • Perform engineering tasks as assigned by supervision applying engineering principles.

  • Accountable for the accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of work ensuring proper configuration management and assuring that standard design criteria, practices, procedures and codes are used in preparation of plans and specifications.

  • Perform independent research, reviews, studies and analyses in support of technical projects and programs.

  • Recommend equipment, new concepts and techniques to improve performance, simplify construction, reduce costs, correct design or material flaws, or comply with changes in codes or regulations.


  • Providing overall responsibility of the management and implementation of the Asset Management Program across the nuclear fleet, including preparing outage inspection scopes and updates to the Program Plans.

  • Ensuring that the nuclear stations have a consistent approach for handling programs inspections.

  • Functioning as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for inspection and testing, working with Responsible Engineers at each station to implement program requirements.

  • Preparing and maintaining program documents in accordance with appliable industry requirements and best practices, including periodic updates.

  • Preparing the periodic Program health report. Make periodic presentations to Station and Corporate Leadership on program health, industry issues, and changes in regulatory requirements and guidance.

  • Preparing regulatory submittals such as relief requests and alternative requests for submittal to the NRC.

  • Acting as lead for regulatory or other industry interfaces (e.g., NRC, INPO) including coordination of responses to NRC findings, INPO Areas for Improvement (AFIs), and Oversight findings.

  • Leading program self-assessments for the nuclear sites.

  • Participating in industry meetings.

  • Reviewing operating experience (OE) for impact on the Program and documenting action plans in the applicable plant corrective action system.

  • Coordinating with Level III NDEs to support outage implementation of the Program.

This Engineering role can be filled at the Entry, Mid-level or Senior Engineer level. Please see minimum qualifications list below for each level

Expected salary range:

Entry Level - $72K -$80K

Mid-Level - $88,200 - $108,000

Sr Level - $115,200- $141,000

Ranges are per year based on experience, along with a comprehensive benefits package that includes bonus and 401K.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS for Entry Level E01 Engineer – New Graduate

  • B.S in Engineering

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS for Mid-level E02 Engineer

  • B.S. in Engineering and 2+ years Nuclear or related engineering experience


  • B.S. in Engineering or Licensed Professional Engineer and 5+ years engineering experience


  • Professional Engineer Registration

  • Advanced technical degree or related coursework

  • Project Management Professional certification

  • ASME Section XI experience

  • BWR Vessel and Internals Programs experience

  • NDE method certifications/experience

Licenses, Certifications, or Quals Description

The most qualified candidate for this position would have: Completed training in area of expertise through approved industry groups such as EPRI, NACE, ASME, etc. Work experience with 10CFR50.55a, ASME Section XI, BWR VIP and familiarity with non-destructive examination processes. Experience with preparing requests for relief from NRC requirements and interacting with the NRC to obtain approval. A demonstrated ability to coordinate inspection work activities with multiple nuclear plant departments and vendors; and Effective communication skills for engaging nuclear management, station stakeholders, vendors, and the regulator.

Constellation is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and employees or applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law.