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Posted Date 15 hours ago(4/22/2024 10:00 AM)
ID
2024-7470
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
Do you want to be a part of a national security mission that conducts research and development? MSTS is seeking a full-time Electro-Mechanical Technologist to work as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide diagnostic fielding and development support in a national laboratory environment. The Stockpile Experimentation & Operations organization is looking for a highly motivated Electro-Mechanical Technologist to collaborate in design, development, characterization, and fielding of diagnostics systems on high stake weapons physics experiments conducted at the Joint Actinide Shock Physics Experimental Research (JASPER)Complex and other facilities located at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). This Technologist will report primarily to the NNSS and will support fielding efforts for a wide variety of diagnostic detection and recording systems, with an emphasis on theory and practical applications of diagnostics systems such as electro-optical and radiographic imagining systems. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Support the installation, configuration, operations, testing, characterization, and maintenance of diagnostics equipment in support of the JASPER Facility. | - Support assembly, installation, operations, testing and troubleshooting activities of hardware, electronic equipment, cabling installations, compressed air and pressurized systems, vacuum pumps, controls hardware, and data acquisition equipment. | - May be required to use hand and power tools for maintenance and fabrications. | - Be an active team member on specific event diagnostics as skills and experience allow, by providing support for execution of program/project activities and data collection (i.e., classified systems/networks, diagnostics, x-rays, and laser systems). | - May work at the direction of engineers on maintenance of two-stage gas gun. | - May work at the direction of engineers on modification of systems associated with the facility and the two-stage gas gun. | - Ability to read blueprints, schematics, and diagrams and apply the method and sequence of assembling of a part, machine, or piece of equipment. | - Assist with testing performance of electromechanical assemblies, using test instruments like oscilloscopes, electronic or voltmeters. | - Supports operations at nuclear or high hazard facilities to maintain a condition and configuration to accept and support programs and projects. | - Perform other duties as assigned.
Posted Date 12 hours ago(4/22/2024 12:29 PM)
ID
2024-7455
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Nevada National Security Site Fire & Rescue (F&R) Department is currently seeking resumes for the position of Firefighter / EMT. Resumes must be submitted no later than May 31, 2024. This is a collective-bargaining agreement position assigned to one of three 56-hour shift platoons. |   | Qualified applicants may also be assigned as a Fire Extinguisher Technician for inspection, testing, and maintenance of fire extinguishers and SCBA (Self-contained breathing apparatus) until a position becomes available on the floor. This position is a 4/10 Monday – Thursday schedule. |   | Selected applicants will be required to appear in person for a written examination and, upon successful completion of the examination, participate in an oral review board (interview). |   | Larger than the state of Rhode Island, the 1,360-square-mile Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) is located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas. The contractor-operated site is overseen by the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Nevada Field Office. NNSS F&R also deploys to emergencies adjacent to the NNSS to include U.S. Highway 95 and other areas within Nye and Clark Counties. For more information about the NNSS and the F&R Department, please visit www.nnss.gov. |   | Firefighter/EMT – Essential functions and duties: | - Respond to structural, vehicle, wildland, aircraft fires, hazardous materials, technical rescue, fire alarms, and medical emergencies under supervision to provide life safety, incident stabilization, and property conservation. | - Perform fire suppression activities to include connecting to fire hydrants, laying supply lines, deploying hose lines, and operating nozzles to control and extinguish fire. | - Operate fire extinguishers based on the size and class of fire. | - Carry, raise, and extend ladders for roof, rescue, suppression, or ventilation operations. | - Use ropes, pike poles, axes, and other specialized tools and equipment. | - Perform rescue, exposure protection, extinguishment, salvage and overhaul operations. | - Perform Special Operations duties which may include hazardous materials, rope rescue, swift water, structural collapse, trench, vehicle, and confined space rescue. | - Use EMS equipment and administer emergency medical treatment to sick or injured patients. | - Drive ambulances to transport sick or injured persons to medical care facilities and assist Paramedics with patient treatment. | - Perform building and area familiarization utilizing pre-incident plans. | - Inspect and maintain fire and rescue apparatus, tools, equipment, and assist in general housekeeping of the fire station quarters and grounds. | - Respond, contain, and extinguish wildland fires. | - Participate in fire department training programs. | - Maintain required skill levels in fire suppression, rescue operations, special operations, wildland firefighting, and EMS. | - Prepare and maintain various department records and reports. | If assigned as a Fire Extinguisher Technician, you will be required to perform the additional duties: | - Extinguisher maintenance operations and fire extinguisher inspections. | - Maintenance of assigned apparatus and equipment under supervision. | - Maintain records. | - Perform hydrostatic testing of cylinders. | - Recover/recycle and recharge clean, dry, and wet type extinguishing agents.
Posted Date 6 days ago(4/17/2024 11:54 AM)
ID
2024-7446
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
THIS IS AN EXTRA BOARD POSITION WITH A POTENTIAL TO BECOME A FULL-TIME POSITION. |   | MSTS is seeking a Head Service Attendant to join our Housing, Food Services and Custodial Team at the NNSS.  |   | Key Responsibilities: | - Perform general food services and cashiering duties to include working with the public in a congenial and professional manner. | - Responsible for general cleaning of the facility. | - Perform cashiering duties: compute bill and itemize list, itemize ticket with amount due, collect correct payment, issue receipt to customer. | - Make coffee and set up beverage station. | - Assist cooks in preparation and serving of food. | - Sweep, mop, wash work tables, wipe down walls, refrigerators, carts and racks. | - Segregate and remove trash/garbage and replace with clean containers, using safe work practices. | - Clean grills, ovens, broilers, deep fryers, kettles, dishes, vending machines and other kitchen equipment as required, using safe work practices. | - Wash pots and pans, as needed. | - Work various shifts and locations. | - Other related duties as assigned by management.
Posted Date 6 days ago(4/17/2024 11:54 AM)
ID
2024-7445
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
THIS IS AN EXTRA BOARD POSITION WITH A POTENTIAL TO BECOME A FULL-TIME POSITION. |   | MSTS is seeking a Custodian to join our Housing, Food Services and Custodial Team at the NNSS.  |   | Key Responsibilities: | - Perform general custodial duties such as vacuuming, emptying trash, dusting, mopping and sweeping. | - General cleaning duties such as restroom cleaning, cleaning showers, cleaning offices, lounges and hallways, etc. | - Replenishing use items such as soap, tissue and paper products if needed. | - Work various shifts and locations. | - Other related duties as assigned by management.
Posted Date 6 days ago(4/17/2024 11:53 AM)
ID
2024-7444
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
THIS IS AN EXTRA BOARD POSITION WITH A POTENTIAL TO BECOME A FULL-TIME POSITION. |   | MSTS is seeking a Guest Room Attendant (GRA) to join our Housing, Food Services and Custodial Team at the NNSS.  |   | Key Responsibilities: | - Perform general Guest Room Attendant duties such as vacuuming, bed making, changing linen, emptying trash, dusting, mopping and sweeping. | - General cleaning duties such as restroom cleaning, cleaning showers, cleaning offices, lounges and hallways, etc. | - Responsible for cleaning 22 dormitory rooms in a 10-hour shift. | - Replenishing use items such as soap, tissue and paper products if needed. | - Work various shifts and locations. | - Other related duties as assigned by management.
Posted Date 4 days ago(4/18/2024 3:33 PM)
ID
2024-7442
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Information Technology Directorate is looking for a high-performing individual to join our team as a Systems Administrator (Infrastructure Analyst II). |   | Key Responsibilities | - Manage and maintain the Server Operating Systems on classified, unclassified and Azure cloud networks. | - Coordinate patching efforts and remediate cyber vulnerabilities within server systems per established Service Level Agreements (SLAs). | - Support account provisioning and management activities in classified and unclassified environments to ensure compliance with all requirements. | - Assist in writing security plans, performing certification and accreditation tests to validate security policies are in place. | - Collaborate with more experienced technical personnel on medium and high complexity projects to design, install, implement new or modify existing systems. | - Utilize PowerShell, Ansible, and other automation technologies to improve processes and reduce support efforts. | - Support deployment of projects including racking all varieties of hardware, cabling, and OS. | - Engineer solutions in response to support requests and for improving internal processes and procedures. | - Report Key Performance Indicators, including capacity planning, system health. | - Create knowledge articles and other supporting documentation as needed. | - Participate in problem management and root cause analysis as needed. | - Resolve service desk tickets as assigned and maintain 24x7 availability for monitoring of enterprise systems as required. | - Serve as an escalation resource to Help Desk for resolving escalated tickets. | - Perform other duties as assigned by Management.
Posted Date 6 days ago(4/16/2024 5:01 PM)
ID
2024-7430
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking a dynamic, self-driven, and highly motivated Work Planner II to join our Physical Security Systems Team.  In this role, you will serve as the work planner for physical security systems electronic security systems department that conducts preventive and corrective maintenance, and new installations of security systems.  |   | Key Responsibilities | - Prepare, review, and issue equipment and/or system modification, maintenance, and construction work packages in accordance with applicable procedures and regulations. | - Assist in the preparations of detailed specifications for materials and labor estimates. | - Assist in the performance of Job Walk downs and Job Hazard Analyses. | - Assist in screening and binning work packages. | - Develop of systematic instructions for work packages. | - May track and expedite established priority of work packages. | - Prepare and/or reviews specific instructions for the isolation, containment or de-energizing of various mechanical, physical, electrical, chemical and/or radiological systems according to established procedures and regulations.  | - Perform various functional and administrative activities in conjunction with the primary work control/work package development including, but not limited to, permit development, testing requirements, documentation generation, records management, database information management, retrieval and review, and/or training. | - Learn all DOE and industry regulatory guidance and governance specific to work control and planning. | - Ensure all work control results, materials, processes, and final products meet quality specifications and are completed according to established requirements. | - Analyze time and material requirements for work activity. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/11/2024 12:46 PM)
ID
2024-7424
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
We are seeking a Principal Emergency Response Specialist to serve as an Operations Command Center (OCC) Duty Manager.  |   | Key Responsibilities: | - Strategic Thinking and Problem-Solving: Utilize advanced tactical thinking to navigate complex problems, deploying effective solutions with precision and agility. | - Analytical Decision-Making: Assess situations with a keen analytical eye, employing sound judgment to make informed decisions that prioritize safety and operational integrity. | - High-Pressure Performance: Excel in a high-stakes, team-oriented environment, managing multiple priorities with resilience. Demonstrate unparalleled composure and the ability to facilitate constructive dialogue with a diverse range of stakeholders, even under extreme pressure. | - Emergency Response Leadership: Serve as the frontline coordinator for emergency incidents at the NNSS, embodying the role of Operations Command Center (OCC) Duty Manager with exemplary leadership. | - Operational Emergency Assessment: Swiftly categorize and classify operational emergencies, initiating immediate protective measures and coordinating response efforts effectively. | - Critical Communication: Execute timely and accurate notifications internally and externally, maintaining a transparent and open communication channel with MSTS Senior Management, NNSA/NFO personnel, and other key stakeholders. | - Interagency Collaboration: Act as a pivotal liaison with federal, state, and local agencies, including the Department of Defense and municipal entities, to streamline response efforts and resource sharing. | - Emergency Management Planning: Contribute to the development and refinement of emergency management procedures, checklists, and instructional materials, ensuring they are current, comprehensive, and compliant with DOE standards. | - Emergency Operations Support: Engage actively in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) operations, providing essential support during activations for emergencies and scheduled events. Assume critical roles within the EOC, contributing to effective response coordination. | - Drill and Exercise Leadership: Lead and coordinate drills and exercises, enhancing the preparedness and response capabilities of the OCC and broader emergency management team. | - Technology Proficiency: Operate and manage sophisticated communication and data processing technologies, including classified video conferencing, Emergency Communications Network equipment, and electronic notification systems, ensuring seamless information flow during critical incidents. | - Training and Development: Participate in the development, review, and endorsement of operational procedures and training materials. | - Flexibility and Adaptability: Adapt to a rotating shift schedule, demonstrating flexibility and dedication to ensuring continuous operational readiness and response capability. | - Additional Duties: Undertake additional responsibilities as directed by supervisory personnel, contributing to the overall effectiveness and efficiency of emergency management operations at the NNSS.
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/3/2024 6:02 PM)
ID
2024-7421
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Program Manager for Multi Weapon Systems (MWS) represents NNSS contributions to stockpile sustainment in support of surveillance and product realization efforts at recurring program reviews and regular data calls. This includes higher NA-12 reviews and data calls. These deliverables justify and align NNSS scope with FYNSP and FY funding allocations with the objective to provide value add recurring growth for NNSS. Additionally, the MWS program manager is the NNSS voting representative on the Product Realization Integrated Digital Enterprise (PRIDE) Program Management Team (PMT) and conducts recurring monthly meetings, data calls and regular Face to face events to define and prioritize development and operating costs of the mission application portfolio through the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) methodology. This includes representing NNSS within the Digital Transformation pillar working groups for Engineering Environment and the Digital Thread Action Group (DTAG) and supports ESN Hub integration with the infrastructure pillar representative. These roles provide insight to align other stakeholder input to several other PRIDE development areas. Additional bandwidth can engage and support PRIDE sub groups to include the PRIDE Architecture Team (PAT), Modernization, DAG, EDASH, etc. He/she will lead a matrixed program/execution management team to develop and carry out key collaborative and technical initiatives to include providing strategic direction and performance feedback for NNSS personnel supporting PRIDE scope specifically on the architecture and EDASH teams. The Program Manager for PRIDE will have budgetary responsibility and ownership of scope within the associated federal funding stream. It is expected that the Program Manager will help to ensure that integrated project management processes are aligned with industry best practices and consistently applied across this portfolio. |   |   | Key Responsibilities: | - Direct all phases of program for a single customer (e.g., NA-40) with a combined value of $100M+ across the Future Year Nuclear Security Program/Plan (FYNSP) (may be less based on complexity of scope, unique customer set, or visibility of program) from inception through completion. | - Negotiates, evaluates, determines, and executes NA-12, MWS and PRIDE program management activities, reporting to the Director for Stockpile Experimentation and Operations Programs. | - Leads, directs, influences and exercises extensive technical knowledge and expertise to identify and mitigate program risks and to evaluate and resolve significant technical issues pertinent for key complex program(s) and supporting projects. | - Exercises extensive knowledge of programs and business processes to negotiate and establish achievable cost and schedule parameters for key and complex programs and/or reimbursable product/service programs and related program elements. Holds executing organizations including the associated project management functions accountable for cost, schedule, and performance elements of the portfolio to satisfy business and customer expectations. | - Leads multiple aspects of financial planning, monitoring, reporting, scheduling, analysis, and preparation of technical/schedule information required for complex program/project planning in concert with SEO management. | - Performs a primary, first point of contact, technical, administrative and logistical liaison role with the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration, the laboratories, and other integrated contractors. | - Integrates customer needs with business competencies to drive growth in both existing and emerging markets. | - Participates in strategic planning. | - Represents the SEO Programs Director as delegated for some management responsibilities. | - Assists the selection and development of programmatic resources. | - Provides general management, oversight, and execution of ongoing Program and Project Excellence initiatives and continuous improvement across the business and execution within assigned complex program(s). | - Serves as the primary Nevada National Security Site point-of-contact and liaison with program leadership in connection with NA-12, MWS, and PRIDE work. | - Directs the work of employees assigned to the program from technical and/or administrative areas to include PRIDE Architecture, Enterprise Dashboards, Data integration, Business Intelligence and other focus areas.
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/3/2024 5:54 PM)
ID
2024-7420
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
Performs duties as a facility/system engineer (Electrical Engineer I) at one of the nuclear or high-hazard facilities within the MSTS Stockpile Experimentation & Operations Directorate. Positions are available at various locations within the forward areas of the NNSS. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Support maintaining overall cognizance of assigned facility electrical systems, providing systems engineering support for operations and maintenance, and technical support of line management safety responsibilities for ensuring continued system operational readiness. | - Validate physical configuration of assigned electrical systems. Maintains and updates system documents for Configuration Management. Understands the functions and performance criteria for assigned systems per the Safety Basis and acts as the subject matter expert for assigned electrical systems. | - Assist with the conduct of In-service-Inspections and Technical Surveillance Requirement testing of assigned electrical systems. | - 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 of and provide guidance to skilled technicians and other support personnel. | - Understand the principles associated with the MSTS safety concept. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/2/2024 1:42 PM)
ID
2024-7411
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Nevada National Security Site Fire & Rescue (F&R) Department is currently seeking resumes for the position of Fire Inspector / Investigator. |   | Key Responsibilities: | - Plan, coordinate, and document facility fire inspections for Life Safety Code compliance. | - Determine operability of fire protection systems and equipment during routine fire safety inspections i.e. detection systems, suppression systems, fire-rated doors, dampers, etc. | - Determine appropriate fire extinguisher types based on hazards present and determines its operability by visual inspection. | - Evaluate flammable/combustible liquids and hazardous materials storage and evaluates fire prevention practices. | - Review and analyze fire protection system test data as performed by Company organizations. | - Document, initiate, and track corrective actions as identified during the performance of these duties IAW department procedures and Company policies. | - Periodically witness fire pump tests and hydrant flows for general facilities at the NNSS, NLVF and RSL-Nellis. | - Develop, plan, coordinate, conduct, and document pre-fire incident plans for general facilities. | - May be assigned as General Staff by the Incident Commander or Area Commander as Planning or Logistics Section Chief or help tracking incident information including deployment to Command Post during extended emergencies. | - When requested, by the Fire Marshal, conduct building familiarization and pre­ incident plan tours with F&R personnel. | - When requested, by the Fire Marshal, serve as an alternate Beneficial Occupancy Inspector -Subject Matter Expert. | - Periodically witness Formal Workplace Inspections with Facility Managers. | - When requested, by the Fire Marshal, investigate the origin, cause and circumstances of all fires at the NNSS, determining whether a fire was the result of carelessness or criminal intent, investigate for mechanical and incendiary devices. | - When requested, by the Fire Marshal, gather evidence at the fire scene for presentation in courts of law, interview Firefighters, victims, witnesses and suspects as to the origin and cause for a fire or explosion; measure, sketch diagrams and utilize multiple devices to document fire scenes. | - When requested, by the Fire Marshal, assist in the investigation into the origin, cause and circumstances of explosions at the NNSS as part of an investigative team. | - When requested, by the Fire Marshal, assist as an investigative team in gathering evidence at explosion scenes for presentation in courts of law, interview Firefighters, victims, witnesses and suspects as to the origin and cause for an explosion; measure, sketch diagrams and utilize multiple devices to document explosion scenes. | - May be assigned to support & supply helicopter water drops during wildland fires. | - Other duties as assigned by Management for short term projects. Long-term projects shall be mutually agreed upon and not in conflict with any other PLA (Project Labor Agreement). | - If qualified, Fire Inspectors may be requested by Chief Officers to assist the Firefighters with operations such as offloading and/or retrieving suppression equipment and supplies.
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(3/28/2024 2:26 PM)
ID
2024-7410
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
Do you want to be a part of a national security mission that conducts research and development? Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) is seeking a full-time Electrical Engineer I to work as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide diagnostic fielding and development support in a national laboratory environment. The Stockpile Experimentation & Operations organization needs a highly motivated Electrical Engineer I to collaborate in design, development, characterization, and fielding of diagnostics systems on high stake weapons physics experiments conducted at the U1a Complex and other facilities located at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). This Electrical Engineer I will report primarily to the NNSS and will support fielding efforts of a wide variety of diagnostic detection and recording systems, with an emphasis on practical applications of diagnostics for timing/firing and controls systems interfacing with other diagnostics such as radiographic imagining systems and electro-optics systems.  |   | Key Responsibilities | - Frequently use and apply established technical standards, principles, theories, concepts, and techniques commonly associated with diagnostic and data collection systems. | - Focus is on applying academic knowledge to the work environment and developing good work/team habits. | - Contribute to solutions of problems and issues with limited scope and basic complexity, using a well-defined set of technologies, generally in support of more senior engineers and scientists. | - Assist in compiling and summarizing scientific data, utilizing technology solutions for both experimental and operational needs. | - Contribute to the preparation of project deliverables. | - Define specifications for procurements and initiates purchase requests. | - Select and implement computer applications for related field. | - Build direct relationships with laboratory partners and will use scientific methods to contribute to experimental operations, also reporting on accomplishments to internal and external stakeholders. | - Support research and development, and technology maturation activities in laboratory testing environments.
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/11/2024 12:45 PM)
ID
2024-7409
Location : Location
US-CA-Santa Barbara
Responsibilities (Text Only)
Candidate will perform the duties of the Special Security Officer (SSO) for the Special Technologies Laboratory located in Santa Barbara CA. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Responsible for safeguarding personnel, information, property, assets, and/or material from theft, loss, misuse, fraud, disclosure, espionage, or sabotage. | - May implement security program policy to meet localized requirements. | - Participates in planning to evaluate the need for security requirements and recommends equipment, methods, procedures, and systems. | - Present classes on security topics. | - Monitor the operating effectiveness of internal security programs by administering a system for reporting violations and recommends corrective actions. | - Assist in facility inspections, evaluates findings, and develops recommendations for change. | - Participate in surveys and analyses to identify vulnerabilities. | - Monitor policies, instructions, procedures, control systems, and methods for personnel access controls, physical storage and control, and security education. | - Participate in surveys and analyses of operational functions. | - Assist the classification officer with classification reviews, public release actions, and training. | - Perform nuclear material measurements, control, and accounting supporting the Material Control and Accountability (MC&A) program. | - Responsible for the implementation and activities of a graded safeguards program for control and accountability of nuclear material. | - Develop, coordinate, and maintain the local MC&A plan and procedures. | - Assist in the development, coordination, and implementation of facility security and project specific security plans. | - Perform security incident response actions and conducts inquires. | - Perform Personnel Security, Human Reliability Program, and Unclassified Foreign Visit & Assignment actions. | - Perform Facility Security Officer duties.
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/10/2024 8:43 AM)
ID
2024-7407
Location : Location
US-NV-Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Remote Sensing Laboratory – located on Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada – is searching for an enthusiastic and energetic individual looking to join our dynamic emergency response organization that is responsible for supporting several national-level radiological and nuclear emergency response assets. | For more information about the type of work executed at the Remote Sensing Laboratory, please visit: https://www.ans.org/webinars/view-rsl2021/#_blank.   |   | Key Responsibilities | - Become a qualified emergency responder for regional and national-level assets in support of the Department of Energy/ National Nuclear Security Administration. | - Serve rotating, on-call duty for approximately a third of the year, typically in one-week increments. | - Implement stop work authority in a responsible manner if safety conditions warrant. | - Become a qualified hazardous shipper. | - Maintain qualifications to deploy world-wide for exercises and responses, with as little as two-hour notice when on-call. | - Maintain training and ensure job-specific qualifications remain current; as well as attend onsite and off-site training as necessary to maintain competency. | - Conduct maintenance, troubleshooting and testing of radiological detection equipment, communications equipment, etc. | - Assist in the development and delivery of training. | - Assist in the development and implementation of corrective actions and lessons learned. | - Plan and conduct work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection, application, adaptation, and modification of standard techniques, guidelines, procedures, and criteria. | - Perform other duties as assigned by Supervisor/Manager.
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/10/2024 3:22 PM)
ID
2024-7396
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking a dynamic, self-driven, and highly motivated System Application Analysis II to join our Physical Security Systems Team.  In this role, you will serve as a System Administrator for various security systems to include proprietary, Lenel OnGuard, and Honeywell EBI that support the Physical Security Systems Section within the Security Programs Department. This position is located at the NNSS. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Design and document systems software by preparing diagrams, logic charts and internal specification documentation. | - Write program code from internal specification documentation, prepares test plans and tests data. Runs tests, observes results and corrects program code to resolve any differences with internal specifications. | - Prepare software operating documentation and users operating instructions. | - Prepare time and cost estimates and schedules for computer systems software development and maintenance or modification tasks. | - Participate with software development and support personnel defining software requirements for development, maintenance, or improvements. | - Coordinate or develops and implements plans for tests to evaluate and to install hardware and operating system software. | - Provide instruction in the operation and use of computer hardware, data communications equipment, and vendor-supplied or MSTS-developed systems software. | - Resolve systems software problems referred by computer operations or software development and user support personnel. | - May design, code, test, debug, document and maintain programs. | - May prepare specifications from which programs will be written. | - May plan and coordinate data-related activities, including: | - | - Coordinating requests for access to data | - Developing and implementing data administration standards regarding validation, integrity, storage, and security of data; internal object naming conventions, and data access methods | - Consulting on DBMS issues including installation and management of front-end tools. | - Developing strategic and functional plans for the evolution of data and information architecture | - Resolving issues associated with data administration. | - Establishing DBMS backup, recover, and re-start procedures. | | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 1 week ago(4/15/2024 3:16 PM)
ID
2024-7394
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Information Technology Directorate is looking for a high-performing individual to join our team as a Senior Systems Administrator (Senior Infrastructure Analyst).  |   | Key Responsibilities | - Review and recommend automation products for MSTS’s use across unclassified and classified system and remote site environments. | - Take ownership of technical problems and see them through to resolution, using an advanced knowledge level of established standards, practices, and procedures. | - Provide IT support for Server Operating Systems, including the maintenance of systems: including but not limited to rack mount servers, storage, switches, and Server blades and Chassis. | - Troubleshoot technical issues and identify modifications needed in existing applications to meet changing user requirements. | - Assume responsibility for complete lifecycle of infrastructure systems including design, builds, post installation support, and deployments. | - Provide backup and second level coverage to Technical Support Representatives as assigned. | - Document adjustments made to hardware and software as well as provide documentation for new systems as needed. | - Provide support to Data Center environments including site recoverability of the primary data center. | - Monitor System performance and System maintenance work as assigned. | - Perform within change control and ticketing system environment. | - Review or prepare requisitions for acquisition of server and storage related equipment, software, and cable installation. | - Support installation of server hardware, software analysis, and resolution, and wiring. | - Monitor systems performance, capacity, and recommend modifications or enhancements. | - Prepare course material and provide formal and informal training on related systems equipment and software. | - Prepare procedures, documentation, and activity reports. | - May respond to Help Desk requests to support and troubleshoot workstation and server related problems. | - Provide architectural design diagrams and documentation and assess how to implement technologies into the existing infrastructure. | - Perform other duties as assigned by Management.
Posted Date 4 days ago(4/18/2024 3:31 PM)
ID
2024-7393
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Information Technology Directorate is looking for a high-performing individual to join our team as a Jr. Systems Administrator (Infrastructure Analyst I). |   | KeyResponsibilities | - Assist in the management and maintenance of Server Operating Systems on both classified and unclassified networks. | - Assist patching efforts and remediate cyber vulnerabilities within server systems per established Service Level Agreements (SLAs). | - Support account provisioning and management activities in classified and unclassified environments to ensure compliance with all requirements. | - Assist in writing security plans, performing certification, and accreditation tests to validate security policies are in place. | - Collaborate with more experienced technical personnel on medium and high complexity projects to design, install, implement new or modify existing systems. | - Utilize PowerShell, Ansible, and other automation technologies to improve processes and reduce support efforts. | - Support deployment of projects including racking all varieties of hardware, cabling, and OS installation. | - Report Key Performance Indicators, including capacity planning and system health. | - Create knowledge articles, schematic diagrams, and supporting documentation. | - Participate in problem management and root cause analysis as needed. | - Resolve service desk tickets as assigned and maintain 24x7 availability for monitoring of enterprise systems as required. | - Perform other duties as assigned by Management.
Posted Date 4 days ago(4/18/2024 3:28 PM)
ID
2024-7392
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Information Technology Directorate is looking for a high-performing individual to join our team as a Systems Administrator (Infrastructure Analyst II). | KeyResponsibilities | - Manage and maintain the Server Operating Systems on classified, unclassified and Azure cloud networks. | - Coordinate patching efforts and remediate cyber vulnerabilities within server systems per established Service Level Agreements (SLAs). | - Support account provisioning and management activities in classified and unclassified environments to ensure compliance with all requirements. | - Assist in writing security plans, performing certification and accreditation tests to validate security policies are in place. | - Collaborate with more experienced technical personnel on medium and high complexity projects to design, install, implement new or modify existing systems. | - Utilize PowerShell, Ansible, and other automation technologies to improve processes and reduce support efforts. | - Support deployment of projects including racking all varieties of hardware, cabling, and OS. | - Engineer solutions in response to support requests and for improving internal processes and procedures. | - Report Key Performance Indicators, including capacity planning, system health. | - Create knowledge articles and other supporting documentation as needed. | - Participate in problem management and root cause analysis as needed. | - Resolve service desk tickets as assigned and maintain 24x7 availability for monitoring of enterprise systems as required. | - Serve as an escalation resource to Help Desk for resolving escalated tickets. | - Perform other duties as assigned by Management.
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/1/2024 12:46 PM)
ID
2024-7390
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
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The Enhanced Capabilities for Subcritical Experiments (ECSE) Infrastructure Directorate is looking for a highly-motivated person with backgrounds in science, engineering, and/or project management to become a Control Account Manager (CAM) at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) on projects that will enable three (3) decades of dynamic physics experiments supporting stockpile stewardship. In this role, you will perform the duties as the CAM for major Work Breakdown Structures items for 413.B Line-Item capital project and will be responsible for managing the cost, schedule, and technical performance of a subset of the overall project's scope. This position will directly report to the Project Manager responsible for the completion of total project scope.  |   | Key Responsibilities | - Manage large projects ($10-100M TPC). Responsible for all aspects of the project over the entire lifecycle (initiation, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing). | - Manage Control Accounts within large 413.B projects ($700M> TPC) that may involve complex and technically challenging scopes of work.  | - Use MSTS project management processes, techniques, and tools. | - Define, plan, execute, monitor, control, and successfully complete discrete elements of scope in compliance with defined schedule, costs, risk, and quality constraints. | - Meet customer needs while providing realistic expectations. | - Establish and actively monitor specific customer satisfaction standards. | - Manage communications between project stakeholders and team members. | - Pro-actively develop and implement strategies to mitigate risk. | - Apply project management best practices and processes, such as planning, work authorization, monitoring project performance, and controlling the project baseline. | - Use cost-benefit analysis in decision-making. | - Effectively use communication skills in executing project management responsibilities. | - Interface with ECSE senior management to address/elevate key project issues and risks. | - Provide project support for change control reviews and Baseline Change Requests (BCR's) that propose significant changes or impact programmatic requirements and reporting. | - Participate with review of key Critical Decision (CD) documentation deliverables to ensure programmatic integrity. | - Hold project reviews and headquarters/dignitary tours, meetings, and reporting. | - Execute project risk management, including establishing and administering management reserve (MR).
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/11/2024 9:04 AM)
ID
2024-7387
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
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Curriculum Development / Enterprise Mission Essential Task List (EMETL) Specialist is the primary consultant and subject matter expert in the Instructional Systems Design (ISD) process for Protective Force Operations at NNSS.  This position analyzes specified safeguards and security jobs, tasks, functions, security posts, processes, and equipment and designs training programs based on these analyses.This position must be capable of managing all phases of the instructional system design process to include ADDIE and other relevant instruction models. This position also maintains lesson plans and lesson plan materials to DOE, NNSA, and locally implemented standards. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Execute DOE Safeguards and Security compliant job, job task, function, post, and training analyses for Protective Force and administrative personnel. | - Design curriculum that guarantees the competencies required to perform the job duties outlined by DOE and NNSA NFO. | - Serve as the primary coordinator for the NNSS Enterprise Mission Essential Task List reporting program. | - Review and maintain lesson plans for compliance with program design as well as a Federal Training Approval Program (TAP). Incorporate requirements of DOE/NNSS orders and procedures, Integrated Safety and Security Management processes, and Protective Force industry standards and Best Practices. | - Provide project management from the needs analysis to system implementation for newly acquired systems, equipment, and procedures necessary to accommodate changing threats and vulnerabilities and stricter security requirements. | - Develop evaluation tools to provide the critical feedback needed to assess and improve the delivery of performance and knowledge-based training. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.