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.
Performs duties as a Facility System Engineer (Principal Electrical Engineer) at one of the nuclear facilities or high-hazard facilities in the forward areas at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). Positions are available at various locations within the forward areas of the NNSS. | | Key Responsibilities | - Responsible for maintaining overall cognizance of assigned electrical facility systems, providing cognizant system engineering and design authority 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 (CM). Understands the functions and performance criteria for assigned systems per the Safety Basis, and acts as the subject matter expert for assigned systems. Manages design output documents to ensure they are technically adequate and reflect the design basis. | - Conduct or oversee the In-service-Inspection and Technical Surveillance Requirement execution of assigned electrical systems. | - Identify and help implement the technical requirements for maintaining systems, structures, and components. | - Perform assessments of assigned systems and reports system health status to management. | - Responsible for approving design bases, configuration management, and changes thereto. Understands and maintains the design requirements, identifies interfaces, and ensures that design output documents appropriately reflect the design basis and functional classification of Systems, Structures, and Components. | - Devise solutions to highly complex technical problems of broad scope. Solutions may require resolving conflicting customer expectations and design requirements, utilizing unconventional technology and materials, and cross-disciplinary integration. | - Participate in developing field programs and designs using pre-determined principles and practices. | - Select and implement computer applications for their field. | - Prepare or contribute to complex 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. | - Perform frequent coordination of discipline information with other departments within the company and with outside vendors. | - Work with outside vendors as required, obtaining relevant information. | - Has an advanced knowledge of codes and standards within their discipline and a working knowledge of other disciplines. | - Coordinate work on more complex projects often with cross-discipline needs. | - Experienced in engaging with customers, program sponsors, external project partners, contractors, and suppliers to communicate activity progress, work planning, and execution details. | - Experienced with leading work teams and providing direction to other engineers, technicians, and other support personnel. | - Experienced with training, coaching, or mentoring new engineering personnel and less experienced staff. | - Define specifications for procurements and initiates purchase requests. | - Monitor work of skilled technicians and other support personnel. | - Understands the principles associated with the Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) safety concept. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
This Medical Assistant will serve as critical medical and administrative support at the NNSS Occupational Medicine Clinic. | | Key Responsibilities | - Conduct medical tests, including drug test specimen collection, phlebotomy, audiometry, spirometry, and intramuscular vaccine administration within the scope outlined by the physician. | - Process medical records, ensure proper documentation and input into the Electronic Medical Record System. | - Schedule appointments, greet patients, answer telephones, and assist with paperwork. | - Welcome patients by greeting them, in person or on the telephone; answering or referring inquiries. | - Prepare patients for health care visit by directing and/or accompanying them to the examining room; arranging examining room instruments, supplies, and equipment. | - Verify patient information by interviewing patient; reviewing and/or recording medical history; taking vital signs; confirming purpose of visit or treatment. | - Support patient care delivery by helping health care providers during examinations; preparing laboratory specimens; performing basic laboratory tests on the premises; disposing of contaminated supplies; drawing blood; preparing patients for x-rays; taking electrocardiograms; changing dressings. | - Complete records by recording patient examination, treatment, and test results. | - Keep supplies ready by inventorying stock; placing orders; verifying receipt. | - Keep equipment operating by following operating instructions; troubleshooting breakdowns; maintaining supplies; performing preventive maintenance; calling for repairs. | - Maintain patient confidence and protect operations by keeping patient care information confidential. | - Serve and protect the physician or health care provider practice by adhering to professional standards, policies and procedures, federal, state, and local requirements. | - Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations. | - Enhance health care practice reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments. | - Assist medical provider as directed. | - Other duties as assigned by manager.
The Medical Laboratory Technician (Business Assistant II) will provide clinical laboratory support for the Occupational Medicine clinic(s). Provide a variety of laboratory related functions including but not limited to specimen collection, development and adherence of chain of custody procedures, administration of various tests and examinations and the training of Occupational Medicine and Emergency Medical personnel. | | Key Responsibilities | - Perform routine collection of clinical and drug testing specimens including blood and urine; collects, process and prepare specimens for shipment to reference laboratory and prioritize tests to be performed. | - Administer Breathalyzer tests, record results, and ensure calibration and maintenance of equipment. | - Receive and distribute laboratory and toxicology reports from reference laboratory; maintain regular contact with reference laboratory to ensure accurate and timely reporting of test results; determine accuracy of results, especially when abnormal findings occur; meet deadlines on all tests run to prevent sample deterioration and to provide data to providers in the most efficient manner. | - Train Occupational Medicine and Emergency Medical personnel in drug test collection/reporting, performing and reporting the Breath Alcohol Test including the DOT mandated BAT training. | | - Maintain: | - chain of custody for drug collection procedures. | - up-to-date knowledge of the Federal Drug and Alcohol testing regulations. | - all required training and certifications including First Aid, AED and CPR. | - compliance with the Privacy and Security Standards as outlined in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). | - contact with all levels of personnel both inside and outside the company to facilitate the establishment of optimum medical service. | | - Coordinate random drug testing schedules. | - Complete all paperwork associated with laboratory functions. | - Generate policies/procedures pertaining to laboratory related issues. | - Document all laboratory related issues in the patient Electronic Medical Record (EMR). | - Oversee collection and disposal of Bio-Hazardous waste. | - Oversees laboratory related activities performed at the Nevada National Security Site facility. Identified as the subject matter expert in this field and may direct these functions as necessary when requested. | - Verify invoices for charges from outside laboratories. | - Adhere to all company EEO, affirmative action, environmental, health, safety, quality assurance and security programs. | - Demonstrate proficiency in operating computers, printers, reproduction equipment, calculators and facsimiles as assigned in support of normal job duties. | - Perform related assignments as required.
MSTS is seeking an experienced Fire Dispatcher to support the Operations Command Center (OCC) at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). | | Key Responsibilities: | - Operates and monitors radio console, telephone, point of contact for emergency response and protective actions, and other communication equipment: receives, processes, and dispatches emergency response personnel and equipment. This includes firefighting, hazardous materials, wildland firefighting, technical rescue and Emergency Medical Services. | - Maintains computerized logs for department activities, and monitors facility fire alarm systems. | - Complies with established ES&H (Environment, Safety & Health) regulations and procedures and performs duties in a way that will not endanger the employee or other individuals or violate environmental regulations. | - Promptly corrects or reports any hazard or potential hazard to supervision. | - Participates and embraces Mission Support and Test Services safety initiatives. | - Performs other duties as assigned by management.
MSTS is seeking a strong candidate that will be responsible for assisting in maintaining a CYBERCOM data center and will participate in the maintenance and operation of other CYBERCOM equipment in the National Capital Region / Northern Virgina. | | Key Responsibilities | - Provide multi-source exploitation and analysis of non-traditional EW/CYBER applications and operational tactics and procedures Prepare assessments of current events based on the sophisticated collection, research and analysis of classified and open source information. Develop and maintain analytical procedures to meet changing requirements and ensure maximum operations. Collect data using a combination of standard intelligence methods and business processes. | - Perform work of limited scope and basic complexity, generally in support of more senior professionals. | - Support analysis and research for industry, infrastructure, technology, country, geographic area, biographic and targeted vulnerability. | - Develop solutions to routine problems of limited scope. | - Deconstruct electronic and cyber environments to enable exploitation of data and associated “signatures”. | - Coordinate work efforts through interaction with peers, project leaders, and supervisor. | - May monitor the work of and provide guidance to technicians and other support personnel. | - Identify, report and assist in the remediation of vulnerabilities. | - Contribute to an overall productive and respectful work environment by providing excellent customer service and working in a positive, collegial manner at all times. Maintains cooperative and respectful working relationships with Intelligence Staff, other organizations within the company, and customers. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
This position will perform duties as the Administrative Specialist for the Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate, Physical Sciences Division. This position will support and work closely with Division and Directorate leadership, the S&T administrative team, and scientific staff across all the NNSS locations around the US. The candidate will interface directly with multiple Directorates, Programs and Project Managers throughout the organization. | Responsibilities | - Support the Division Leader by planning, coordinating, and directing a variety of office management functions within the Division and Directorate related to business and technical operations, processes, programs, and projects. Support other Directorate and Division managers as needed when other S&T administrative team members are unavailable. | - Initiate and/or contributes recommendations for improving operations/processes, solving problems, and addressing issues for improving work group effectiveness. Direct initiatives to implement improvement strategies. | - Apply expert knowledge of professional business disciplines to address, define, and resolve difficult and challenging problems. | - Develop and maintain relationships with customers, sponsors, suppliers, outside agencies, and other work groups within the organization to facilitate, execute and complete projects and business activity within the Division and Directorate. | - Provide direction to support personnel, students, interns, contractors, and other less experienced personnel as a mentor or as team/project leader. | - Coordinate and execute the administration of personnel policies including hiring, transferring, onboarding, reclassifying, performance evaluating, and terminating procedures applicable to Division and Directorate personnel. | - Coordinate safety, security, and training requirements across the Division or Directorate. | - Review the Division or Directorate’s organizational expenditures through ongoing analysis to ensure that costs are within limitation and make recommendations to solve problem areas requiring management action. Coordinate arrangements and reimbursement for professional development activities of Division and/or Directorate personnel. | - Compile and/or coordinate Directorate or Division responses for a variety of tasks and reports. Perform tech editing duties as needed. | - May serve as representative of the organization on behalf of the Division Leader or others. | - Prepare and submit standard administrative documentation in support of the Division and/or Directorate using a variety of applicable software. Manage and organize official records and correspondence as needed, and in accordance with company policies. | - Place orders for materials and supplies and maintain and reconcile records as a government purchasing card holder. | - May perform business activities related to employee morale and recognition across the Division and/or Directorate. | - Serve as administrator for the Directorate’s fleet-assigned and leased vehicles. | - Manage travel arrangements for Division leadership and employees, and initiate reimbursement for travel expenses. | - Lead or work independently on additional projects, meetings, and efforts across the Division and Directorate as needed. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
This position will perform duties as the Administrative Specialist for the Science and Technology Directorate, Physical Sciences Division, and Science and Technology Thrust Area Leaders. This position will support and work closely with the Division manager, Science and Technology Thrust Area leaders, and scientific staff across all the NNSS locations around the US, and interface directly with multiple Directorates, Programs and Project Managers. | Responsibilities | - Assist the Division Leader by planning and coordinating a variety of office management functions within the Division and Directorate related to business and technical operations, processes, programs, and projects. Support other Directorate and Division managers as needed when other S&T administrative team members are unavailable. | - Contribute to recommendations for improving operations/processes, solving problems, and addressing issues for improving work group effectiveness. Participate in implementation of these improvements. | - Exchange information and work with peers, both within and outside of work group, and work with outside agencies, customers/sponsors, and suppliers as assigned. Coordinate work of own work group and with that of others. | - Provide guidance and training to support personnel, students, interns, contractors and other support personnel as required to complete assignments. | - Coordinate the administration of personnel policies including hiring, transferring, onboarding, reclassifying, performance evaluating, and terminating procedures applicable to Division and Directorate personnel. | - Coordinate safety, security, and training requirements for the Division. | - Review the Division’s organizational expenditures to ensure that costs are within limitations and identify items requiring management action. Coordinate arrangements and reimbursement for professional development activities of Division personnel. | - Contribute to and/or coordinate Directorate or Division-level responses for a variety of tasks and reports. Perform tech editing duties as needed. | - Prepare and submit standard administrative documentation in support of the Division and/or Directorate using a variety of applicable software. Manage and organize official records and correspondence as needed, and in accordance with company policies. | - Place orders for materials and supplies and maintain and reconcile records as a government purchasing card holder. | - May perform business activities related to employee morale and recognition across the Division and/or Directorate. | - Serve as administrator for the Directorate’s fleet-assigned and leased vehicles. | - Manage travel arrangements for Division leadership and employees, and initiate reimbursement for travel expenses. | - Support additional projects, meetings, and efforts across the Division and Directorate as needed. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Represent the Facilities Management Division and report directly to the Facility Manager’s 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, managed land areas, and emergency response training venues. | | Key Responsibilities | - Provide technical guidance over facilities administration and coordinates buildings and grounds maintenance and operating services with responsible parties. Develops and investigates facility maintenance and operating procedures, methods, standards, and techniques. Also included is responsibility for staff leadership. | - 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 assists with the operating budget for all facilities. | - 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. | - 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 affect 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. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
The Senior Safeguards & Security Specialist will focus on day-to-day assessments/issues management activities for the Security and Emergency Services management programs, reports issues, challenges, and actions to the Readiness Assurance Supervisor, as well as the Performance Assurance Manager. | | Key Responsibilities | - Plan, schedule, and conduct Safeguards, Security and Emergency Management Readiness Assurance activities. | - Track and gather pertinent Emergency Management information for incorporation into the annual Emergency Readiness Assurance Plan (ERAP). | - Evaluate the Emergency Management program via the Criteria Review and Approach Document (CRAD) 15 Emergency Management program elements for assessments and incorporation into exercises. | - Assist with the development and conduct of assessments and review of assessment results for Safeguards, Security, and Emergency Management. | - Assist with the Management Assessment Program by participating on the assessment teams comprised of subject matter experts. | - Conduct Management Assessments and Surveillances using techniques prescribed for Lead Assessor or Assessor in accordance with established assessment/surveillance program procedures and write assessment/surveillance reports documenting results. | - Conduct independent verification/validation surveillances to evaluate the effectiveness of corrective actions for Defense Nuclear Facilities and Emergency Management issues, as appropriate. | - Perform Conduct of Exercise activities by preparing Exercise Evaluation Guides and evaluating activities from pre-planning to execution. | - Monitor performance metrics and improvement programs to meet contract requirements and update programs as requirements and expectations change. | - Perform Derivative Classifier/Reviewing Official duties as required. | - Perform functions as required during emergency management operations, exercises, and drills. | - Perform functions as required during Force-on-Force and Emergency Management exercises. | - Keep current and up to date on status of revised, new, and rescinded company, DOE, NNSA and NFO orders and standards and communicate changes with management staff, as needed. | - Coordinate with appropriate subject matter experts, directors, and managers for cohesiveness and applicability of each company procedure, program document, and policy. | - Responsible for coordinating external assessments to include data calls, lines of inquiry, planning and post assessment briefings. | - Serve as a member of the Emergency Operation Center Cadre and to participate during drills, exercises, and real-world emergency events. | - Perform other duties as assigned.
Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) seeks a qualified candidate for a position within the Ecological and Environmental Monitoring (E&EM) Department to become a Regulatory Compliance Specialist II to support environmental planning of activities and projects performed at and in the vicinity of the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS), with some support to the North Las Vegas Facility, and satellite facilities as needed. | | Key Responsibilities | - Prepare project and program reviews for National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and assisting with cultural resource reviews for sufficiency with existing documents and agreements under the technical direction of the Subject Matter Expert (SME). | - Perform outreach and providing training regarding NEPA compliance and cultural resources with programs and directorates. Attending project and program level meetings as the environmental planning representative for NEPA and cultural (internally). Provide articulate feedback to teams to ensure that they are adhering to environmental planning process. | - Conduct on-site assessments of projects for NEPA and cultural requirements and recording findings. This may involve preparing lessons learned, risk advisory notifications, and maintaining records. | - Maintain project lists, updating files, and reviewing metrics for current program to update federal counterparts and internal requests. Must have ability to use excel, SharePoint, and other tracking tools. | - Contact project and program managers to assist in development of environmental planning documents and forms. Ensuring that those documents and forms are adequate for SME review (NEPA, biological or cultural) and disseminating to the appropriate leads. | - Review internal processes connected to NEPA for deconfliction (Real Estate Operating Permit [REOP]), internal permitting reviews (e.g., excavation permits), and other internal requests to ensure NEPA sufficiency. | - Conduct literature searches, designing and implementing studies and monitoring projects, inputting and analyzing data, writing technical reports summarizing results, contributing to proposals, may author or contribute to publications (refereed journals, books, manuals & reports) and presentations. | - Participate in customer and program meetings. | - Mentor less experienced staff in related technical areas. | - Develop operating procedures and preparing work plans. | - Coordinate work activities with other organizations. | - Contribute to proposals. | - Perform other duties as assigned.
We are looking for a Principal Scientist candidate to work within the Physical Sciences Division of the NNSS’ Science and Technology Directorate. We are seeking a highly motivated scientist 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. In addition to performing technical work, the candidate will provide technical direction and assign work to scientists, engineers, technicians and others who assist on specific assignments. This scientist will collaborate with partner labs throughout the DOE infrastructure and academia and serve as subject matter experts on research and development projects. They will create technical reports and present findings to USG stakeholders and customers. | | Key Responsibilities | - Work as a Principal Investigator proposing, developing, testing and delivering novel systems in support of national security objectives. | - Perform wide range of simulation, design and experimental tasks. | - Lead small project teams (including tasking and budgets) and report deliverables directly to sponsors and collaborators. | - Work with other senior staff to conduct experiments for a diverse array of real-world applications. | - Travel to participate in field experiments and project meetings. | - Focus on the most complex projects with the broadest technical scope, requiring interdisciplinary and interagency coordination. | - Set priorities and standards for research, data compilation and data analysis. | - Carry out special or unique studies requiring unconventional or novel approaches and techniques. | - Serve as an expert resource, consultant, and advisor both internally and to other organizations. | - Develop new initiatives and technical capabilities for the company. | - Advise management on technology utilization and development. Provide guidance to senior management regarding strategic development opportunities for new technologies and capabilities.
Reporting to the Director, Facility & Testbed Engineering, this position will provide leadership and direction to the PULSE Facility Engineering organization as the PULSE Engineering Manager. Responsible for management of engineering activities and engineering personnel at PULSE. | | Key Responsibilities | - Understand and maintain the facility design requirements per the facility-specific Documented Safety Analysis. | - Ensure that design output documents appropriately reflect the design basis and required functional classification of the Structures, Systems and Components (SSCs). | - Assure that the design requirements and design basis are fully identified and in a form compatible to maintain and control the design basis. | - Facility design change control and verifying technical adequacy and completeness of the engineering design outputs as it applies to the DAF design basis, in addition to authorizing facility Configuration Management changes and managing the configuration of DAF vital safety systems. | - Provide technical support in the areas of construction, maintenance, and nuclear operations. | - Coordinate with System Engineers, project managers, and maintenance personnel to ensure proper testing and documentation is developed to support component and system specifications, functions, and operability. | - Develop, maintain, and distribute engineering documents, reports, and correspondence to enable business activity. | - Must effectively communicate to confer and gather information from subject matter experts for inclusion into specifications to ensure technical accuracy and completeness of the content. | - Perform a wide range of tasks and special assignments that require comprehensive knowledge of engineering processes and procedures with the ability to analyze, interpret, and make recommendations. | - Maintain staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, training, and developing growth opportunities for employees. | - Maintain a safe, secure, and legal work environment. | - 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. | - Create an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues. | - 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 (MSTS) safety concept. | - Support and encourage employee participation in MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
Fleet & Critical Site Infrastructure (FCSI) is looking for a Senior Work Planner to schedule weekly work for the FCSI departments. | | Key Responsibilities | - Interface with National Laboratories, Environmental Safety and Health (ESH&Q), Radiological Control, Maintenance, Services, Construction, Fleet, Nuclear Maintenance/Construction, Engineering, Project Managers, Superintendents, and craft personnel to prepare schedules. | - Create and execute weekly work schedules for FCSI Departments, and the generation of preventive maintenance work packages. Primary departments will be Power and Transportation. | - Conduct daily and weekly scheduling meetings with execution supervisors and craft to assure all customer needs and prioritize are being accommodated. | - Work alongside superintendents and facility managers to create a friendly work environment to assure great customer service. Provide, report, forecast, and maintain status updates for assigned work packages to planning supervisor and work management systems (i.e., Performance Reporting). | - Plan and adjust schedules. Carry over unfinished work to next week’s schedules. | - Schedule, coordinate, and expedite work as necessary to ensure completion times are met. | - Ensure all required material is on hand prior to scheduling work. Work closely with customers and other scheduling groups to identify priorities and job requirements, coordinate access, establish work schedules, and report work progress. | - Schedule work to minimize equipment downtime and customer inconvenience. | - Take part in the Continuous Improvement of Work Control processes and procedures. | - Utilize the scheduling database to provide up to date status reports regarding workload/backlog trends, work completion times, labor utilization, shop performance, and work order status. | - Ensure a high-level of quality of work packages. | - Attend identified tier meeting(s). | - Capture and share lessons learned and best practices. | - Scan and close work package to completion. | - Perform other duties as assigned by Management.
The Information Technology team is looking for an Infrastructure Analyst I to help support the Network Communications team. | | Key Responsibilities | - Assists in the use and implementation of local area networking technology. | - May provide assistance in the use and system support of MSTS’s Wide Area Network. | - Assists other network system personnel when complex problems arise. | - Provides support to the User Support Training organization. | - Provides technical support to include installation, operation, maintenance, trouble shooting and repair of equipment and software supporting the network and servers. | - Administer and support MSTS's servers and electronic messaging system. | - Respond to Help Desk requests to support troubleshooting of workstation and server related problems. | - May troubleshoot software, hardware and network problems and implement corrective actions. | - May prepare detailed specifications and plans from which network systems will be implemented. | - May provide work direction and training to technicians and network engineers. | - Lead small network projects to design, install, implement, and document new systems or support. | - Add modifications or uninstall an existing system. | - May configure and install various network devices and services (e.g., routers, switches, firewalls, load balancers, VPN, wi-fi access points). | - Perform network maintenance and system upgrades including service packs, patches, hot fixes and security configurations. | - Provide backup and second level coverage to Technical Support Representatives as assigned. | - Learn and comply with validation requirements, standard-operating procedures (SOP), and change control maintenance for product life cycle. | - Provide support to Data Center environments including disaster recovery and backup technologies. | - Perform within change control and ticketing system environment. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Nevada National Security Sites is actively looking for Nuclear, Electrical, Chemical, or Mechanical Engineers to serve as Cognizant Systems Engineers and potentially a design authority role at our PULSE (Principal Underground Laboratory for Subcritical Experiments) complex. The PULSE Complex is an underground nuclear facility located within the Forward Areas of the Nevada National Security Site that supports Subcritical Experiments performed by the Nuclear Weapons Laboratories. PULSE is currently being upgraded to three test beds, that will include operation of a 22 MeV linear electron accelerator (nicknamed Scorpius) for radiography to aid in evaluating our understanding of plutonium hydrodynamics. It will also include a neutron source, called ZEUS (Z-pinch Experimental Underground System), that will be used to evaluate the neutronic reactivity of additional subcritical experiments. These two capabilities include a wide array of new systems (fire detection and alarm, fire extinguishing, cooling, electrical, ventilation) that are required for facility operation. | | Key Responsibilities | - Responsible for maintaining overall cognizance of assigned facility systems, providing cognizant system engineering support for operations and maintenance, and technical support of line management safety responsibilities for ensuring continued system operational readiness. Systems may include containment systems, fire detection & alarm, fire barrier systems, electrical, cooling, and ventilation. Other systems may be assigned as needed. | - Participate in validating physical configuration of assigned systems. Maintains and updates system documents for Configuration Management (CM). Understands the functions and performance criteria for assigned systems per the Safety Basis and acts as the subject matter expert for assigned systems. | - Participate in overseeing the In-service-Inspection and Technical Surveillance Requirement execution of assigned systems. | - Identify and help implement the technical requirements for maintaining systems, structures, and components. | - Perform assessments of assigned systems and reports system health status to management. | - Contribute to solutions of assignment-related problems and issues with a moderate scope and of moderate 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. Solutions may require evaluation of standards and processes. | - Participate in developing field programs and designs using pre-determined principles and practices. | - Select and implements computer applications for their field. | - Prepare or contributes 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. | - Perform frequent coordination of discipline information with other departments within the company and with outside vendors. | - 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. | - Define specifications for procurements and initiates purchase requests. | - Monitor work of skilled technicians and other support personnel.
MSTS is seeking a professional pilot to join our Aviation Department to support the Remote Sensing Laboratory located at Nellis Air Force Base, Las Vegas, NV. We operate both fixed wing aircraft and helicopters making this a unique dual rated pilot position | - Initially perform pilot duties as a Second in Command (Pilot 1, see below) in a King Air 350ER and Bell 412 Helicopter (will be replaced with new AW139s early 2024), with the intent to upgrade to Pilot in Command in both. Continued employment is contingent on the successful completion of both Type rating courses (KingAir 350 and AW139). | - The NNSA Air unit is first and foremost an emergency response team. The emergency we are prepared for is rare. However, pilots must be prepared to respond if activated. As such, MSTS has very reasonable but strict standby requirements for the response teams. | - Standby requirements and considerations include: | - Pilots are required to be on standby as needed, usually 2-3 weeks at a time. Occasionally longer than 3 weeks depending on staffing. | - Pilots are paid $40 per day extra to be on standby. | - Pilots must be within 2 hours of your assigned base while on standby. | - Pilots on standby must have reliable cell phone reception. | - Pilot must remain fit to fly while on standby. | - If called out, pilots must be able to deploy for potentially several weeks straight. | - Standby positions require an additional physical and various inoculations to maintain a deployable status. | - Deployments for several weeks at a time are possible for both emergency response and non-emergency response missions. | - Pilots will develop written mission planning documents, risk/hazards assessments for missions, perform and provide safety and mission briefings to the technical crew, e.g., mission scientists, and electronic technician/operators. | - Perform other related work as assigned by Supervisor.
The Senior Accountant is an integral part of the Systems and Special Projects team and will work closely with the Principal Business Process Analyst of Systems and Special Projects. Providing system support, resolving issues, and involvement with new system set ups and changes, your job will have a direct impact on the success of the company. | | Key Responsibilities | - Report to the Finance & Accounting Manager of Systems and Special Projects. | - Perform weekly and monthly Oracle cost processing and load actual costs to the company data warehouse. | - Assist the Principal Business Process Analyst with business systems related issues and initiatives, including thorough testing of system updates and patching to ensure business continuity. | - Ability to work in close coordination with Information Technologies (IT), Procurement, Project Controls, and other business organizations to resolve issues and implement new initiatives. | - Assist the Principal Business Process Analyst in evaluating and prioritizing system issues and requests from the functional SMEs. | - Ensure test results are well documented. | - Perform system set ups as required for new system implementations, cost model updates, rate changes, organizational hierarchy modifications, and system upgrades. | - Assist in identifying and discussing inefficient or ineffective accounting business processes. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) is seeking a Senior Emergency Response Specialist. This position will be under limited direction, you will be expected to apply knowledge and experience to ensure that policy decisions, procedures, and operations are compliant with MSTS and DOE regulations, procedures, and federal and state laws. You must also be able to use independent judgment, creativity, and initiative to evaluate alternative methods of problem solving and problem resolution. | | Key Responsibilities | - Work under the direction of the Security and Emergency Services senior directorate. | - Responsible for senior directorate business operations and coordination of SES program documents and guidance on policies, programs, and procedures. | - Provide senior-level coordination, review, and development of Nevada Field Office and MSTS agreements with other Government agencies and organizations that supports the National Nuclear Security Sites operations. | - Assist in the preparation and review of policies and procedures and submits instructions and information to Mission Support and Test Services LLC. | - Advise management of security, emergency management and operational program developments. | - Assist in the development, review, analyses and reporting of critical metrics to determine health status of SES programs. | - Administer the SES risk management program working with the SES Senior Leadership team. | - Create, proofread, and edit documents and presentations for the SES Leadership team. | - Lead the development, coordination, and review of senior directorate performance evaluation management program documents. | - Support the Nevada National Security Sites Emergency Management Program by becoming a member of the Emergency Response Organization. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Fleet & Critical Site Infrastructure is looking for administrative support for the Mercury Fleet Division. Responsible for a wide variety of business activities of broad scope, related to light and heavy vehicles. | | Key Responsibilities | - Fleet Commander Administrator – job is to monitor the system to make sure all information is correct for reporting (updates from coordinators on drivers/mgmt. etc), Utilization of vehicles, random reports requested from management, check/correct mileage errors, GSAFleet.gov reports, Utilization of vehicles and FAST (Federal Automotive Statistical Tool). | - Maintain all aspects of the Building A1 Room 4531 cleaning facilities for the NLV motor pool (coordinate transportation for pickup of vehicles for maintenance, keeping supplies available for cleaning of the vehicles, communicating with Teamster employees as to what vehicles are being used/available to clean for the day). | - Backup Off Site Vehicle Approval Administrator - job is to monitor the system and make sure that the system is functioning correctly for audit purposes. | - Develops, distributes, schedules, and files reports, meeting minutes, records and work documents. | - Act as Emergency Action Team (EAT) or Emergency representative in the event of Emergency drills and evacuations (as it pertains to the assigned area). | - May be responsible for procurement, property management, organization procedures, departmental training, key control, and lead for others. | - Interfaces with other MSTS groups to acquire services such as telephones, communications, and facilities support. | - Backup for preparing Weekly Security Report (Bearcat report). | - Prepare parking permits for Pahrump & RTC – prepare and email to whom is requesting it. | - Maintain NLV and NNSS motor pool. | - Travel Arrangements for various Supervisors and Managers. | - SAR’s /RAMS for craft personnel for access to computers systems for Departments that do not have administrative support. | - Coordinate with craft in the department of transportation and maintenance on motor pool vehicles. | - Backup GSA License Plate Ordering. | - Backup GSA Short Term Rentals. | - Backup PPE Vouchers – preparing, logging, submitting to Accounting. | - Leading and partnering with external entities and internal operating departments to identify and resolve escalated issues and/or promptly close gaps. | - May provide guidance and training to support personnel, students, interns, contractors and other support personnel as required to complete assignments. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.