There are roughly 25 very metal-poor, highly r-process-enhanced stars currently known in the Galactic halo. These stars, rich in neutron-capture elements, are vital in determining the astrophysical site of the r-process by providing observational signatures of nearly-pure r-process events occurring early in the evolution of the Galaxy. Herein we present the first such r-II star found with high-resolution spectroscopic follow-up of the RAVE (RAdial Velocity Experiment) survey in the ongoing effort to increase the list of known r-II stars. This first finding demonstrates the power of selecting r-II candidates to be observed with medium- and high-resolution follow-up using existing survey data. Additionally, not only is star the fourth such r-II discovered with detectable uranium, but it is also the brightest (V = 12) and most metal-poor ([Fe/H] = -3.00) of the known "uranium" stars.