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Job opening: Cost Benefit Analyst

Salary: $139 395 - 181 216 per year
Relocation: YES
City: Rockville
Published at: May 15 2024
Employment Type: Full-time
This position is located in the Office of Nuclear Material Safety & Safeguards (NMSS), Division of Rulemaking, Environmental & Financial Support (REFS), Regulatory Analysis & Rulemaking Support Branch. The supervisor is Cindy Bladey. This  position is Bargaining Unit with the National Treasury Employees Union, Chapter 208. This position IS subject to Confidential Financial Disclosure reporting requirements. This position IS subject to security ownership restriction reporting requirements


The successful candidate will perform the full range of duties as a Cost Benefit Analyst. This position involves formulating and recommending NRC policy and positions relating to the conduct of regulatory analyses.  The analyst will prepare cost-benefit analyses, design costing methods, research and develop cost estimating relationships, develop data sources for estimating the benefits and costs and write reports that analyze and describe the results of these evaluations of proposed regulatory changes to commercial nuclear power generating facilities, fuel cycle facilities, reprocessing facilities, waste disposal sites, or to other civilian uses of radioactive materials, such as nuclear medicine programs at hospitals and academic activities at educational and research institutions.  


  • U.S. Citizenship Required
  • This is a Drug Testing position.
  • Background investigation leading to a clearance is required for new hires.


In order to qualify for this position, you must have at least one year of specialized experience at the next lower grade level (GG-13) in the Federal service or equivalent experience in the private or public sector.  The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate the following: 1.  Ability to apply legislation, policy, and technical guidance in preparing regulatory analyses, backfit analyses, and cost/benefit studies.  2.  Analytical ability sufficient to plan, organize and perform a variety of program and project management functions and activities involving competing priorities and deadlines. 3. Demonstrated ability to establish effective work relationships with individuals at all levels, both within and outside the parent organization, to achieve cooperation and consensus among parties with different views, goals and objectives and engaged in joint or parallel efforts.   4. Ability to communicate information, ideas and advice in a clear, concise and logical manner, both orally and in writing, to internal and external stakeholders of Federal agency, corporation, or other large organization.   Specialized Experience:  demonstrated experience in economics, accounting, and/or finance that can be applied to the public health and safety, security, and environmental impacts of nuclear power plants, fuel cycle facilities, or other civilian uses of radioactive materials, such as nuclear medicine programs at hospitals and academic activities at educational and research institutions.  


  1. Degree: economics, that included at least 21 semester hours in economics and 3 semester hours in statistics, accounting, or calculus.


  2. Combination of education and experience: courses equivalent to a major in economics, as shown in A above, plus appropriate experience or additional education.


  • Address NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer Washington, District of Columbia 20555 United States
  • Name: Kreslyon Valrie
  • Phone: 301-287-0714
  • Email: [email protected]