Key Responsibilities | - Plan, manage, and organize the occupational safety programs. Ensure the programs are maintained, up-to-date and code compliant. | - Maintain safety staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees, maintaining a safe, secure, and legal work environment and developing growth opportunities. | - Ensure adequate safety staff are available to support construction, maintenance, project, subcontract, experiment and operational objectives. Manage matrixed safety staff to meet these objectives. Provide leadership direction to professional, technical and support personnel. | - Accomplish safety staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; developing, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, procedures, and productivity standards. | - Responsible for assigned operational services and for assisting the line officials/supervisors with implementing policies and procedures as they relate to occupational safety. | - Review incident investigations and ensures proper investigations are conducted. | - Fulfill Subject Matter Expert duties for assigned topics. | - During planning and developmental phase, evaluate proposed new work processes, materials and tools to ensure incorporation of adequate safety measures for prevention of injuries and accidents.
This position will perform the duties as the Control account Manager (CAM) for major Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) items for line item capital projects and will be responsible for managing the cost, schedule, and technical performance of a subset of the overall project's scope, which within an earned value management system (EVMS) is called a controlled account (CA). | | Key Responsibilities | - Manage small projects (<$5M TPC). Responsible for all aspects of the project over the entire life-cycle (initiation, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing). | - Use MSTS project management processes, techniques, and tools. | - Assigned to the Project Execution Office (PEO) to help manage line item capital projects.
The Deputy Director assists the Director in setting strategy for and providing overall management and leadership relative to Human Resources (HR), Communications, and Government Affairs. The organization currently consists of Communications, Staff Relations, Talent Acquisition, Compensation and Benefits, and Staff Development and Training teams. | - Acts for the Director, assuming all roles and responsibilities, during their absence. | - Acts on behalf of the Director at internal/external meetings. | - Participates in planning and developing strategic plans. | - Interacts with all levels of management, both within and outside the organization. | - Collaborates frequently with internal management concerning projects, business decisions, requirements, and/or process, policy and procedure clarifications. | - Leads the organization to deliver excellence in respective areas of responsibility aligned with vision to the greater mission. | - Ensures the achievement of short and long-range objectives, budgets, and plans. Measures effectiveness by reviewing quantitative and qualitative data and comparing results against expected performance objectives. | - Establishes clear responsibility and accountability for carrying our requirements. | - Ensures effective utilization of resources (materials, budgets, vendors, and people). | - Promotes ‘organizational learning’ concepts and provides leadership that encourages continuous improvement including costs reductions and enhancements in the performance of mission. | - Serves as an advisor to employees and keeps the HR, Communications and Government Affairs Director apprised of current developments. | - Creates an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues. | - Must embrace and model the Company values and expected behaviors with a commitment to operational excellence and hold employees accountable. | - Anticipate risks and assures risks are identified, controlled, or mitigated. | - Serve as a Company representative to partners, clients, industry groups, representatives of government and regulatory agencies, and the general public in the community of the establishment. | - Provide uncompromising and visible safety leadership through application of the MSTS BeyondZero values. Champion initiatives. Encourage and support employees' participation in health and safety initiatives. | - Promotes a high-quality culture and innovative approach. | - Builds strong relationships based on mutual trust and respect with customers, partners, peers, and a diverse workforce comprised of engineering, technical, business, and union-represented occupations.
The Special Technologies Laboratory seeks a talented individual to join our staff of scientists, engineers and technicians as a member of the Nonproliferation Research & Development (R&D) Department in Santa Barbara, California. We are seeking a highly motivated individual who will work in a team environment to solve national security problems. This position will involve all aspects of the project’s life-cycle from initial proposal development to final reporting. Most projects are typically government-sponsored at early technical readiness level (TRL2 – TRL6) with durations of one to five years. In addition to performing technical work, the candidate will provide technical direction and assign work to scientists and others who assist on specific assignments. | | Key Responsibilities | - Work as a Principal Investigator proposing, developing, testing and often delivering novel optical imaging, spectroscopy and trace chemical sensing systems. | - Perform a wide range of simulation and experimental tasks that result in field experiments. | - Responsible for leading small project teams (including tasking and budgets) and reporting deliverables directly to sponsors. Initial work assignments will involve development, testing, and modeling laser-based optical sensing systems and the development and execution of experiments on existing projects using Mid-Wave Infrared (MWIR) fiber and Long-Wave Infrared (LWIR) quantum cascade laser combs. | - Work with other senior staff to conduct experiments for a diverse array of real world applications. | - Travel to participate in field experiments. | - Responsible for proposal development of R&D projects made up of 2 to 5 full time employees. | - Demonstrate ability to work in teams as both a leader and as a contributor. | - May submit articles and papers for publication in technical and professional journals, and will present project summaries at professional meetings. | - Perform assigned work and accept individual responsibility and accountability for environmental, safety, health, and quality processes within personal control, personal safety and the safety of coworkers.
Performs duties as a Mechanical Engineer within the MSTS Nuclear Assets Directorate. Several positions are available at various locations within the Forward Areas of the Nevada National Security Site. | Key Responsibilities: | - Contribute to solutions of assignment-related problems and issues with a limited scope and basic complexity, using a well-defined set of technologies. Solutions use established basic standards, practices and procedures as well as technical knowledge to address problems and complete tasks. | - Participate in developing field programs and designs using pre-determined principles and practices. | - Contribute to designs, strategies, reports and technical proposals. | - Perform design and technical analysis activities using prescribed codes and standards, computer software, and generally accepted best management practices. | - Assist in defining specifications for procurements and initiate purchase requests. | - Work with outside vendors as required obtaining relevant information. | - Develop a working knowledge of codes and standards of other disciplines. | - Coordinate work within their discipline on moderately complex projects. | - Often serves as a member of work teams. | - May monitor work and provide guidance to skilled technicians and other support personnel. | - Accept individual responsibility and accountability for environment, safety, health, and quality processes within personal control, personal safety, and the safety of co-workers. | - Comply with established regulations and procedures for environment, safety, health, and quality and perform duties in a way that will not cause personal danger, endanger other individuals, or violate environment, safety, health, and quality regulations. | - Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision. | - Understand the principles associated with the Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) safety concept. | - Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
MSTS is actively seeking a Small Projects Manager I, experience supervising large-scale civil construction projects is preferred, but not required. As a Manager I, you will be expected to model company values and to supervise personnel resources effectively and efficiently. An ability to communicate both oral and written clearly with bargaining personnel, managers, and customers is a key responsibility for this position. You will work closely with Project Managers, vendors, clients and procurement regarding all project activities. | | Key Responsibilities | - Manage the Construction Small Project Department on a day-to-day basis. | - Establish strategic goals by gathering pertinent business, financial, service, and operations information; identifying and evaluating trends and options; choosing a course of action; defining objectives; evaluating outcomes. | - Maintain quality service by enforcing quality and customer service standards; analyzing and resolving quality and customer service problems; identifying trends; recommending system improvements. | - Directly supervise individual personnel to include approving time, conducting performance evaluations, and participating in the recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training of staff. | - Escalate any project related issues that may impact completion and/or customer satisfaction. | - Ability to accomplish staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; developing, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, procedures, and productivity standards. | - Provide oversight/direction to subordinate personnel who are required to maintain quality assurance, project documentation, training, work processes and performance documents, document compliance, records, and work planning/scheduling. | - Participate in planning, staffing and scheduling activities; allocate resources and personnel to satisfy the program and project needs. | - Attend weekly construction meetings when requested.
The primary role of the Work Planner is to develop Activity Level Work Documents (ALWDs) (i.e. work packages), and associated documentation, for the safe execution of work for the Construction, Maintenance, and Services organizations. ALWD development includes facilitating walk downs and tabletop discussions, developing high-quality and complete job plans and work packages, ensuring institutional work management processes are being followed and systems being used consistently, facilitating work package review and approvals, and administering the work package completion and closure process. Roles do not include preparation of engineering drawings, development of technical operating procedures, performance of pre-job or post-job briefings, preparation of required permits, or execution of the scope of work in the work package. Although the Planner may have areas of expertise, input from subject matter experts (SME) for programs, facilities, engineering, experiments, systems, etc. is required for work package development. | | Key Responsibilities | - Interface with National Laboratory personnel; Nuclear Maintenance personnel; Environment, Safety, Health, and Quality (ESH&Q) personnel, project managers, and craft personnel as needed to plan Type 1, 2, 3, and 4 work packages and control procedures. | - Perform the responsibilities for preventive and corrective maintenance work packages, preventive maintenance procedures, surveillances, in-service inspections, and construction activity work packages. | - Responsible to determine job hazards, define appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to be used by workers, schedule tasks and project elements to eliminate interferences and enhance the safe execution of work and to track and trend work packages for continuous improvement. | - Provide opportunities for improving the definition and planning of work as identified and implemented. | - Ensure work packages contain appropriate work instructions, proper forms, hazard identification and mitigation checklist, appropriate lessons learned, and other information as required to facilitate safe, secure, and quality work at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) and North Las Vegas Facility (NLVF). Perform related work as assigned by supervisor.
The selected applicant will work to develop technologies relevant to the National Nuclear Security Administration's Stockpile Stewardship Program. | | Engineer II | | The ideal candidate should have a background in DOE/NNSA engineering work. | Candidates from the Telecom, Microwave Communications, Fiber Optics, RF Technology, and Pulse Power fields also preferred. | | - Candidate will mentor with experts and be part of a high-performing team. | - Familiarity with laboratory test equipment such as spectrum analyzers, vector network analyzers, communications analyzers, digital sampling oscilloscopes, power meters, multi-meters, pulse, signal and waveform generators. | - The selected applicant will train to become a subject matter expert in one or more of the following technologies: RF/Microwave, Fiber Optics, Detector and Digitizer Systems, or Pulsed Power, growing into a technical lead position in the selected area of expertise. | - Will engage in design and technical analysis activities using prescribed codes and standards, computer software, and generally accepted best management practices. | - The job requires technical presentations to include design reviews and technical publication in peer-reviewed journals. | - Will provide technical direction to engineering support staff. | | Senior Engineer | | The ideal candidate should have a background in DOE/NNSA engineering work. | Candidates from the Telecom, Microwave Communications, Fiber Optics, RF Technology, and Pulse Power fields also preferred. | | - Candidate will be a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in one of the following fields: RF/Microwave, Fiber Optics, Detector and Digitizer Systems, or Pulsed Power. | - Expertise in operating and interpreting data from laboratory test equipment such as spectrum analyzers, vector network analyzers, communications analyzers, digital sampling oscilloscopes, power meters, multi-meters, pulse, signal and waveform generators. | - Will act as technical lead in engineering projects of medium level complexity, on teams consisting of junior level engineering staff and technologists. | - Become skilled in risk mitigation strategies and be involved in independent technical decision making commensurate with the level of expertise achieved. | - Will grow into a member of the key technical staff, contributing actively to team building and succession planning activities. | - Will actively collaborate with the Science team to support customer driven experiments. | - Will provide mentoring of entry level and early career engineers.
Lead the engineering and execution of multiple small projects that support facilities engineering and construction activities for the NNSS. | | Key Responsibilities | - Lead small engineering team to oversee Design Engineering support for Accelerated Maintenance Planning Department (AMPD) projects, non-Construction Acceleration Planning Process (non-CAPP) projects, and various engineering tasks. | - Must be capable of providing daily oversight, technical and administrative direction to approximately 3 or more individuals supporting engineering design efforts in the Engineering and Construction Division. | - Develop and maintain Design Engineering prioritization/tracking mechanism for incoming Engineering Work Requests for AMPD, non-CAPP projects, and tasks. | - Verify final deliverables issued to AMPD are correct and ready for implementation. | - Participate in monthly AMPD Portfolio Reviews and maintain Design Engineering status for requested work. | - Assist the project manager and engineering staff on the most complex projects and tasks with planning, coordination, and preparation of designs, procurement documents and specifications, bid evaluations, and award recommendations. | - Responsible for design aspects for projects over the entire lifecycle (initiation, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing). | - Previous experience and responsibilities should include: Managing design and construction support for projects including: | - Defining, planning, executing, monitoring, controlling, and successfully completing design and construction elements of scope in compliance with defined schedule, costs, risk, and quality constraints | - Maintaining satisfaction of stakeholders with differing needs and expectations | - Managing communications between project stakeholders and team members | | - Recommend and coordinate preparation and modifications to designs due to field conditions or adverse situations. | - Prepare and/or assist in the preparation of cost estimates and material takeoffs and ascertain whether the proposed material usage will be adequate for its purpose. | - Function with general guidance and little oversight from management. | - Responsible for the timeliness, completeness, accuracy and quality of final deliverables for issuance. | - Work with other work groups and outside organizations, customers/sponsors, suppliers, as required, to effectively execute projects and programs. | - Develop relationships as needed to perform work effectively and provide guidance to students, interns, contractors and other support personnel, as a mentor or as a team/project leader.
THIS IS A CASUAL POSITION WORKING A MAXIMUM OF 900 HOURS PER CALENDAR YEAR. | | We have an opening for an experienced laser scientist and chemist to provide assistance in several projects related to laser spectroscopy of gases and sensor development. | - Assist in performance of research on assembly and testing dual-comb laser spectroscopic experiments with fiber and quantum cascade lasers. | - Collaborate on planning and executing work on chemical sensors for extended workspace monitoring. | - Work with colleagues in assembling and testing these systems and designing and carrying out gas phase chemical absorption measurements in order to test the performance of the assembled systems. | - Available to work approximately 8 hours per week | - Provide technical advice to less-experienced colleagues.
The selected candidate will work to develop technologies relevant to the National Nuclear Security Administration's Stockpile Stewardship Program. | - Focus areas will include the application of laser and optical technologies to the calibration of high speed imaging imagers. | - Participate in the development of low Technology Readiness Level (TRL) innovations and transition those innovations to the field. | - Will mentor with experts and be part of a high-performing team. | - Additional areas of technical exposure and development will include electro-optic systems, fiber optic systems, class IV lasers, prototype electronic systems, control system software (LabView) | - Will engage in design and technical analysis activities using prescribed codes and standards, computer software, and generally accepted best management practices. | - Requires technical presentations to include design reviews and technical publication in peer reviewed journals.
As a Superintendent, you will be expected to model company values and to supervise bargaining resources effectively and efficiently. Superintendents are responsible for scheduling, coordinating and supervising bargaining employee activities, and training. This may involve supervising one or more trade groups and/or subcontractors on the project sites. An ability to clearly communicate both orally and written with employees, managers, and customers are key responsibilities for this position. You will work closely with your Project, and Facility Managers regarding all project activities. At Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS), Superintendents are encouraged to keep all lines of communication open with the General Superintendent, Project Managers, and Balance of Plant Manager. | | Key Responsibilities | - Directly supervise individual contributors, including approving time, conducting performance evaluations, and participating in the recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training of staff. | - Supervise Wiremen and Lockout Tag-out activities | - Ability to multitask across multiple projects | - Implement and follow company policies, procedures and directives. | - Establishes activity level work assignments and work projects. | - Organize and supervise day-to-day operations, ensuring that schedules are kept. | - Monitor performance against metrics and goals as established/approved by others. | - Layout projects for building locations and site work. | - Coordinate all project-related activities. | - Ensure that required equipment is on the project when needed. | - Help keep track of change order work and extra work. | - Monitor and ensure that punch-list items are completed in a timely manner. | - Review cost sheets and keep updated with the help of the Project Manager. | - Monitor job costs. | - Assist Work Planning with estimates regarding, labor and equipment needs when requested. | - Handle daily project problems as needed. | - Responsible for working within assigned budget. | - Interacts daily with subordinates and frequent interaction with manager. | - External interactions are primarily with vendors and, or customers. | - May perform work of the same type as those being supervised, as well as, providing technical guidance. | - Create an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, are empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve those issues. | - This position reports to the General Superintendent and Balance of Plant Manager. | - Superintendents are required to attend weekly manpower, and supervisor meeting.
Key Responsibilities | Represent the Facilities Management Department and report directly to the Facility Managers Department Manager. Provide the management function (as Facility Manager) for selected facilities located at the Nevada National Security Site or North Las Vegas Complex. Assigned facilities may include one or more of the following types of facilities: administrative, industrial, radiological, balance of plant real estate, and emergency response training venues. | - Principal contact for the day-to-day facility operations. | - De-confliction of all work activities conducted within the boundaries of the facility and infrastructure, asset planning and stewardship, and sustainability. | - Manage the maintenance and operating budget for all facilities in portfolio. | - Create the strategic plan for facilities, planning and managing the fiscal targets and schedules. | - Create and revise work authorization documents, and conduct management self-assessments. | - Furnish technical suggestions and advice on alterations and improvements to physical facilities, maintenance and repair work, and operating services. | - Assist in the development of an operating maintenance and repair program. | - Assist in negotiations with architects, engineers, and contractors. | - Assist in planning and coordination of comprehensive program for the operation, maintenance and repair of facilities and appurtenant structures. | - Inspect buildings and/or grounds to identify and recommend repairs needed. | - From time to time, may be required to make engineering decisions in emergencies without engineering review. | - Conduct space validation facility inspections. | - Provide project management support for projects under construction, including coordination with procurement, subcontractors, construction, engineering design, and Site Services management. | - Perform various support functions in the planning process to determine maintenance long range costs, to get field data in support of proposed projects, and to help find alternative solutions that will effect cost and/or energy savings overall. | - Prepare and approve Real Estate Operations Permits (REOP). | - Prepare reports and recommendations for management on the technical and administrative aspects of the Facilities program.
This leadership role reports to the Operations Assurance Division Director within the Mission Assurance Directorate and is responsible for improving nuclear, occupational, and environmental safety and the protection of sensitive and classified matter. By bringing unrecognized areas of weakness and systemic problems to the attention of Executive Management. Providing timely, open and transparent reports of significant conditions to the National Nuclear Security Administration Nevada Field Office and U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Offices of Analysis and Enforcement and advising Executive Management regarding the timeliness and adequacy of line management's actions to correct significant conditions. | | Key Responsibilities | - Manage and lead the O&RR Department’s Occurrence Reporting Process System Coordinator and other assigned personnel. | - Serve as the Company’s Enforcement Coordinator and primary interface with the DOE Office of Enforcement and the Nevada Field Office Federal Enforcement Coordinators consistent with the expectations outlined in the Office of Enforcement’s “Safety and Security Enforcement Process Overview” and “Safety and Security Enforcement Coordinator Handbook.” | - Manage the Company’s Enforcement and Stop Work Authority Programs. | - Manage the Company’s implementation of DOE Order 232.2A, “Occurrence Reporting and Processing of Operations Information.” | - Manage the Company’s implementation of DOE Order 442.2, “Differing Professional Opinions for Technical Issues Involving Environment, Safety, and Health Technical Concerns.” | - Coordinate the Company’s implementation of scientific integrity investigations performed under DOE Order 411.2, “Scientific Integrity,” and DEAR 952.235-71, “Research Misconduct.” | - Perform or coordinate the performance of investigations, cause analyses, data analyses, and such other reviews, analyses, and inquiries as directed by Executive Management. | - Initiate and/or participate in strategic, project, and process improvement teams in support of Company objectives. | - Accomplish staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; and developing, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, procedures, and productivity standards. | - Maintain staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees; maintaining a safe, secure, and legal work environment; and developing growth opportunities. | - Maintain a thorough working understanding of the provisions and applicability of 10 CFR 820, 10 CFR 824, 10 CFR 830, 10 CFR 850, 10 CFR 851, 10 CFR 708, 10 CFR 1016, 10 CFR 1045, and such other Rules, Regulations, Orders, Manuals, and Standards that the DOE Office of Enforcement has deemed enforceable. | - Create an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues. | - Correct or report any hazard or potential hazard. Understand the principles associated with the Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) safety concept. Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives. | - Perform other duties as assigned by the Operations Assurance Director, Mission Assurance Senior Director, and/or Executive Management.
The successful candidate will accomplish Company Supply Chain & Warehousing (SCW) objectives by managing staff, planning, and evaluating department activities, establishing and ensuring metrics are accurate, measuring what is important, and are deployed to the lowest levels of SCW. | | Key Responsibilities | - Backup for the Director of SCW as needed. | - Engage in Procurement day-to-day efforts to help improve operations, and to help prepare for upcoming Procurement Evaluation Re-Engineering Team (PERT) review – April 2020. | - Maintains staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees, maintaining a safe, secure, and legal work environment, and developing personal growth opportunities. | - Accomplishes staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; developing, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, procedures, and productivity standards. | - Responsible for leadership over SCW; Integrated Operations Nevada (ION) and metrics deployment, implementation, and monitoring; staffing and training of staff; accountability for Goals and deployment from Company to all SCW employees at beginning of year and as work requirements change; manages the SCW Management Operational Review (S-MOR) and monitors the SCW division MORs. | - Accomplishes financial objectives by forecasting requirements; managing preparation and monitoring of the annual SCW budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions. | - Maintains quality service by enforcing quality and customer service standards; analyzing and resolving quality and customer service problems; identifying trends; recommending system improvements. | - Oversees the general health of SCW applicable Company Directives, Operating Procedures, and Desk Instructions. | - Demonstrate environment, safety, health, and quality leadership and consistently enforce environment, safety, health, and quality policies and procedures. Implement applicable environment, safety, health, and quality requirements; emphasize the safety of each employee, and the protection of equipment and property in area of responsibility. Take immediate action to correct reported or observed unacceptable environment, safety, health and quality conditions and/or behaviors. Assure that appropriate procedures, training, equipment, warnings, and tools are provided to employees to permit work to be performed safely. Promote and actively participate in the Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) safety concept. Support and encourage employee participation in MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
This position reports to the Conduct of Operations (CONOPS) Manager of the Operations Assurance Division within the Mission Assurance Directorate. | - Serve as a Subject Matter Expertise (SME) for Conduct of Operations principles while mentoring to facility, project, and other company personnel concerning expected performance of company policies, directives, and established work processes. | - Exercise independent judgment within level of responsibility as a CONOPS SME while allocated to a facility, project, document or procedure review team, or other working groups as directed. | - Primary assignment includes assisting facility and project management within high hazard facilities with development of a CONOPS culture. Frequently addressing such things as shift turnover, communications, repeat backs, procedure compliance, log-keeping, required reading, on-shift training, out-of-specifications, alarm response, lockout/tagout, procedure reviews, peer reviews, independent verification, pre-job and post-job briefs, procedure and work package feedback, etc. | - Serve as a team member in support of data collection from written reports, PowerPoint presentations, formal briefings, and conduct peer reviews when required. | - Accurately convey operational and organizational performance results with the appropriate facility management, project management, and National Nuclear Security Administration Nevada Field Office (NNSA/NFO) Facility Representative. | - Support facility critiques and fact-finding activities when required. | - Apply knowledge and assigned training to ensure all activities are conducted safely and consistently in compliance with applicable requirements.
As an integral part of the Financial Planning Team, you will assist with receipt and processing of incoming funding, financial analysis and reporting. Your work will have a direct impact on the financial success of the company. | | Key Responsibilities | - Report to the manager of Financial Planning and Operating Control | - Support budget development by coordinating, compiling and tracking financial information | - Prepare and track indirect baseline change requests related to assigned budgets | - Prepares or reviews moderately complex summary reports, forecasting and variance reports. | - Monitor and maintain accounting transactions such as accruals, labor reports, metrics, etc. | - Analyze monthly financial data and report budget performance progress | - Responsible for an assigned set of Work Breakdown Structures that will be issued with the Monthly Financial Review packages used in financial review meetings. | - Conform to and abide by all regulations, policies, work procedures and instructions. | - Communicate with co-workers, management, clients and others in a courteous and professional manner.
Position is responsible for supervising all linemen and related activities for the Power Operations group. Direct report to Power Operations Manager, with regular acting duties on behalf of Manager for over 20+ craft and non-bargaining personnel; $11M operating budget for the 24/7 maintenance and repair of electrical power transmission, distribution lines and substations on the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). | - Ensure the appropriate maintenance and repairs are scheduled and completed while dedicating the utmost attention to safety. | - Assist in the preparation of various presentations, reports, datasheets and support information. | - Develop schedules and prepare procedures and processes to perform work while instilling a formality of operations culture. | - Supervise and direct subordinate and craft personnel for power/utility activities within assigned areas. | - Prepare performance reports and forecasts relevant to projects, personnel, expenditures and monitors tool usage on the site. | - Coordinate activities with other disciplines or areas and clients' resident representatives, as instructed by Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) management. | - Perform employee reviews and identify training and development opportunities for all assigned personnel. | - Approve craft time records using established automated tools; identify and develop craft training requirements and ensure job site work rules and safety compliance. | - Directly supervise team members, including approving time, conducting performance evaluations, and participating in the recruitment, selection, orientation, and training of staff. | - Implement and follow company policies and procedures and directives. | - Maintains quality service by enforcing quality and customer service standards; analyzing and resolving quality and customer service problems; identifying trends; and recommending system improvements.
This position reports to the Director of Quality Services and Support as manager of Records Administration. The applicant will be required to coach, counsel, and discipline employees. Develop, coordinate, and enforce systems, policies, procedures, and productivity standards. | - Participates in formulating policies and develop methods for effectively managing business and technical operations, processes, programs and projects related to the Records Management functions | - Evaluates major programs, processes, and operations and formulates recommendations for improving business effectiveness. | - Apply expert knowledge of advanced principles, concepts and theory related to professional business disciplines or fields and employ a systems approach to address issues and define and resolve the most difficult and challenging problems | - Direct initiatives to implement improvement strategies related to the Company’s electronic records management system, Opentext Enterprise Content Management/Electronic Records Management System (ECM/ERMS rebranded as iCon) | - Develop and maintain relationships with the Nevada Field Office (NFO), sub-contractors and outside agencies and with other work groups within the organization as needed to facilitate meeting project/program and work group objectives. | - Compile or coordinate organization-wide responses for a variety of quarterly and yearly requests and reports as well as tri-annual records inventory, management assessments and required Vital Records audit. | - Develop and sustain effective and efficient operations, work systems, procedures, and policies that enable and encourage the optimum performance of the organization and the Division. | - Maintains accountability for quality of work performed by the department. | - Compliance with applicable policies, directives and procedures. | - Responds to employee questions, concerns, and issues or elevating as appropriate; taking immediate action to correct reported or observed unacceptable safety and health conditions and/or behaviors; creating an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues; and for overall performance of the department.
Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) is seeking a Safeguards and Security (S&S) Planner. As a Planner, you will be required to accomplish multiple tasks to support S&S planning activities, to include: | - Provide technical support to the Nevada Enterprise by supporting analyses associated with S&S planning activities for Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) fixed facilities and projects. | - Provides senior-level security supervision to security personnel and guidance on security policies, programs, and procedures. | - Leads the development, coordination, implementation, and revision of integrated site security, facility security, and project-specific security plans as defined by DOE policies and procedures. | - Coordinates Safeguards and Security planning activities with all Nevada Enterprise organizations | - Develops or assists in the preparation of security policies and procedures, and submits instructions and information to Mission Support and Test Services and clients. | - Prepares and provides security presentations to Mission Support and Test Services senior management and their employees and clients on physical and procedural safeguards. | - Represents Security Department at meetings and consultations with client representatives, governmental security agencies, and industry associates. | - Assists in the conduct of self-assessments of security programs, performs incident response actions and conducts inquiries