- Support the effective operation of scalable solutions, clustering and integration strategies with the Windows Server Operating System. | - Support patches and remediates cyber vulnerabilities within Windows servers systems per established Service Level Agreements. | - May assist in investigating and resolving escalated Help Desk tickets. | - Assist in writing security plans, performing certification and accreditation tests to validate security policies are in place. | - Collaborate with more experienced technical personnel on project teams in designing and deploying solutions in a Windows environment. | - Utilize PowerShell and other automation technologies to improve processes and reduce support efforts. | - Support test bed and equipment deployment projects from start to finish including racking all varieties of hardware, cabling, OS installation/vulnerability patching and firmware upgrades. | - Devise solutions in response to support requests and for improving internal processes and procedures. | - Report Key Performance Indicators, including capacity planning, system health. | - Deploy automation and workflow solutions in collaboration with Design and Engineering, Project Managers and Operations staff. | - Create run book and other supporting documentation as needed. | - Participate in problem management and root cause analysis and maintain 24x7 availability and monitoring of enterprise system servers.
The position will work closely with and report to the Procurement Manager and the Supply Chain & Warehousing Director. The position requires the individual to be a person of high integrity and any other duties must not be in conflict with the compliance goals and objectives of the organization. The position requires coordination and strong communication skills with regard to planning, implementation, and monitoring of the approved Procurement program to include early procurement involvement and resolving compliance issues with procurement representatives, legal counsel and providing input at all levels of the organization. | | Key Responsibilities | - Develop, implement and enforce policies, procedures and objectives for the efficient expectation of a compliant procurement organization system and activities. | - Maintain and monitor the implementation of the approved and compliant procurement system. | - Reporting on methods to improve efficiency and quality of services, and to reduce the vulnerability to fraud, abuse, and waste within the procurement organization. | - Periodically reviewing and revising the policies and procedures in light of changes to the organization, the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and modifications to the prime contract. | - Ensuring the procurement department personnel are current on their delegation of procurement authorities and that personnel maintain their delegation of procurement authority within the compliant procurement system. | - Coordinate legal matters involving procurement policies, claims, protests, disputes, labor and terms and conditions with the Legal Counsel and Labor Relations. | - Conduct compliance reviews of all procurement activities that require the Legal Counsel and Contracting Officer reviews and provide recommendations for improvement or corrections needed. | - Conduct monthly post award file reviews for tracking and trending of issues/corrections and provide the necessary training of procurement personnel. | - Responding to government audits and investigations as the primary point of contact for the Procurement organization. | - Providing input to corrective actions resulting from audits, independent and management assessments and tracking the corrections to completion. | - Implement and maintain current written policies, procedures and standards of conduct for the Procurement organization. | - Implement and maintain current clause matrices for the various contract types utilized within the Procurement organization. | - Implement and maintain a training program for the various levels of buying functions. | - Conduct periodic management assessments and identify compliance issues, concerns and deficiencies with recommended corrective actions and plans. | - Assist with tracking of the procurement priorities within each buying group. | - Responsible for the Small Business Program to ensure the small business subcontracting goals are negotiated and met on an annual basis. | - Responsible for the Subcontract Technical Representative Program to ensure the training of the assigned personnel is adequate for the administration of the subcontracts assigned. | - Responsible for the oversight of the Procurement Engineering Group to ensure the procurement requirements are developed and adequate to begin the buying process. | This position will have the authority to review all procurement-related documents and other information that are relevant to procurement compliance activities, including but not limited to, procurement personnel, subcontractors/suppliers, Internal Audit, IT and other organizations within the company. Reviewing of major subcontracts for potential organizational conflicts of interest, and seeking the advice of legal counsel, where appropriate. The position will work closely with key supervisors and managers to identify risks and trends to ascertain patterns that may require a change in the policies and procedures within the Procurement organization.
Serve as the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) Fire Marshal (FM). The NNSS FM is responsible for enforcing the Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) Fire Protection Program as Authority-Having Jurisdiction (AHJ), reporting to the NNSS Fire Chief. | | Key Responsibilities | - Assist management with fire code interpretations; fire protection program/procedure development; fire protection assessments; fire/explosion investigations; and issuance of permits. | - Review construction drawings; monitor inspection, testing and maintenance of installed fire protection systems; witness and accept newly installed fire protection systems. | - Review and approve fire protection equivalency and exemption requests and provide fire protection metrics. | - Supervise NNSS Fire and Rescue (F&R) Fire Prevention staff which includes five bargaining unit Fire Prevention Technicians/Firefighters and two full-time Fire Inspectors. | - Responsible for the safe and efficient inspection, testing and maintenance of the fire extinguisher program consisting of 4,000 fire extinguishers and self-contained breathing apparatus. | - Perform annual service testing of firefighting apparatus to include pump, and ladder and hoses and maintenance of installed fire suppressions systems on mining equipment vehicles. | - Develop procedures, and regulatory permits to support the fire prevention program. | - Review and approves pre-incident plans for use by F&R emergency responders. | - Support the Nuclear Asset Operations Directorate (NOD) during the preparation of Documented Safety Analysis reports, Technical Safety Requirements, Work Package development and execution of work, and provide compensatory measures during fire protection system outages. | - Participate in operational readiness reviews, develops Corrective Action Plans, and assists cognizant system engineers as required. | - Responsible for safe and efficient water re-supply activities during wildland firefighting efforts. Duties include deployment of assets to remote locations, equipment set-up, and aerial operations involving helicopters. | - Serves as a Fire/Emergency Medical Services cadre member within the NNSS Emergency Response Organization supporting drills, exercises and real world events. | - Provide technical support and training to special projects including underground facilities, explosives operations, construction projects and aviation activities. | - Demonstrate Mission Assurance (MA) leadership and consistently enforce policies and procedures. Implement applicable safety 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 safety and health 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 MSTS safety concept. Support and encourage employee participation in MSTS safety initiatives.
Support the Mission Support and Technical Services, LLC (MSTS) Classification Office in the administration and operation of the classified and controlled unclassified information program. | | Key Responsibilities | - Report to and directly support the MSTS Classification Officer (CO). | - Under delegated authority from the MSTS CO, perform classification and controlled unclassified information review of scientific and technical information products and other items including reports, papers, presentations, posters, abstracts, patent applications, training materials, videos, photographs, shipping requests, excess material auctions, press releases, speeches, etc., in accordance with applicable classification guidance and public release. | - Provide technical support to all MSTS, Nevada Field Office (NFO), and other Nevada Enterprise Derivative Classifiers/Reviewing Officials (DC/RO) and Derivative Declassifiers as subject matter expert on document review and marking. | - Assist in determining proper guidance to be used as well as interpretation and understanding of guidance. | - Participate as a classroom instructor for new DC/RO training and assist in the preparation of annual refresher and biennial practical exam materials. | - Participate in the developing, writing, and editing of classification office company documents. | - Participate in and/or lead annual self-assessment and document decision reviews. | - Assist with mandatory periodic review and revision of local guidance, bulletins, and advisories to include coordinating approval by the NFO CO, National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) CO, Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Classification, and other jurisdictions, as applicable. | - Fill the Classification Advisor position for Emergency Operations Center exercises and call-out, as needed. | - Be able to work at the NLVF and the NNSS in order establish a classification office presence at the NNSS. | - Perform all work with minimal supervision and latitude in scheduling work priorities. | - Perform related work as assigned by supervisor.
Responsibilities: | - Provide hazardous materials support to Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) employees, supervisors and managers in areas assigned. Assignments include but are not limited to performing review of requisitions for chemical purchases, utilize Maximo to create chemical records and enter chemicals into inventory system, perform inventories of storage locations, print chemical barcodes/RFID tags, and provide assistance as needed to shipping/receiving warehouse with barcoding/RFID tagging chemicals, inventory and performing routine verifications of chemical storage locations. | - Other duties include performing support operations and activities in maintaining chemical storage, compatibility, and conducting field inspections and other assessments to evaluate status; tracking deficiencies to closure; taking initiative to resolve problems or issues relating to compliance; reviewing planning and operational documents to ensure chemical requirements are incorporated. | - Position involves developing and revising procedures relating to chemical safety; assisting with preparation and delivery of presentation on chemical safety; preparing reports for internal and external customers, coordinating recordkeeping by maintaining status of specialized documents, records, and files, performing administrative tasks of a specialized nature to research, analyze, and develop projects and assignments. Responsibilities may extend to similar/related work as assigned by supervisor. | - Position involves indoor work in an office setting and outdoor work in construction areas, activities in extreme temperatures, work in chemical protective clothing, work in construction areas including underground areas, and in nuclear facilities, and work with employees in all levels and professions. | - Accept individual responsibility and accountability of environment, safety, health, and quality processes within personal control, personal safety, and the safety of co-workers. Comply with established regulations and procedures for environment, safety, health, and quality and perform duties in a way that will not cause personal danger, endanger other individuals, or violate environment, safety, health, and quality regulations. Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision. Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
You will serve as a Civil/Structural Facility/System Engineer within the Mission Support and Test Services LLC (MSTS) Nuclear Assets Directorate (NAO). | | Key Responsibilities | - Contributes to design and technical analysis activities using prescribed codes and standards, computer software, and generally accepted best management practices. | - Coordinates project work with vendors and contractors. | - Interprets and adapts guidelines for specific cases. | - Evaluates nuclear facility processes, procedures, and work instructions to improve performance. | - Provides information to regulatory customers on technical issues. | - Prepares work statements for subcontracts and procurements, evaluates bids and makes recommendation for equipment or construction awards. | - Works with team to define customer needs and develops technical proposals. | - Participates in conducting engineering investigations and planning work by completing well-defined tasks. | - Carries out specific assignments in preparing and assembling specifications. | - Assists in the planning, design, and production of engineering drawings. | - Complies with established regulations and procedures for environment, safety, health, and quality and perform duties in a way that will not cause personal danger, endanger other individuals, or violate environment, safety, health, and quality regulations. | - Understands the principles associated with the MSTS safety concept. | - Participates in and embraces MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
Responsible for both the orderly performance and completion of all procurement commitments through the several steps of bidding, which includes: | - Preparing bidders lists | - Pre-qualifying bidders | - Formatting bid packages | - Issuing bid requests | - Coordinating bidders’ questions | - Receiving bids | - Evaluation of bid proposals | - Supplier selection | - Preparing recommendation documentation to secure approvals for an award in accordance with established policies and procurement procedures and the post award administration functions of purchases. | Support work, performed by the national laboratories associated with Mission Support and Test Services LLC (MSTS) that generally tends to be proprietary and complex in nature. | - In conjunction with other functional departments, ensure suppliers’ performance of each order is in accordance with the subcontracted terms and conditions and requirements. | - Prepare and develop Subcontract and Purchase Order strategies and recommend methods for review and presentation to senior and client management. | Comply with department requirements and procedures. | - Prepare and maintain bidder lists to ensure input is received from all procurement functions and other operational groups as well as ensuring appropriate provisions are reflected in the general, special and pricing conditions of the Subcontracts and Purchase Order forms. | - Review Offer or recommendations for completeness and approves selection of suppliers within delegated approval authority. | - Ensure all commitments are accurately presented and follow established approval and signing authorities contained in procurement procedures. | - Review and recommends bid selections that require higher Procurement approval authority. | - Execute commitments within delegated approval authority. | - Perform related work as assigned by supervisor.
Scientist I | - 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 scientists. | - Solutions use established basic standards, practices and procedures as well as technical knowledge to address problems and complete tasks. Focus is on applying academic knowledge to the work environment and developing good work/team habits. | - Follow established technical procedures and instructions. | - Assist in compiling and summarizing scientific data, utilizing technology solutions for operational needs. | - Attend staff meetings, and planning and scheduling meetings relevant to radiological controls and engineering issues. | - Perform work as assigned by supervisor. | | Scientist II | In addition to the responsibilities of the Scientist I position, responsibilities for the Scientist II also include: | - Assist in researching, compiling and analyzing scientific data. | - Participate in developing field programs and prepares designs, strategies, reports and proposals. | - Implement and use technology solutions for operational needs. | - Perform radiological analyses and calculations using industry available software. | - Assist in developing new methods and techniques for acquiring, analyzing, and processing radiological data. | - Prepare a variety of technical and non-technical reports, including procedures and plans. | - Participate in customer and program meetings. | - Mentor less experienced staff in related technical areas.
Selected candidate oversees the implementation and activities of a graded, effective safeguards program for control and accountability of nuclear material (NM). | | Key Responsibilities | - Develops, coordinates, and implements facility and project specific surveillance plans. | - Provides oversight to ensure control and accountability of accountable NM at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) to include, but not limited to: Proper safeguarding and storage of NM in assigned Material Balance Areas (MBAs); transfers and receipts of materials into and out of the MBAs; determination of need for and the proper application of tamper indicating devices; and physical inventories. | - Participate in assessments/performance tests involving accountable NM and Material Control & Accountability (MC&A) requirements. | - Review procedures and plans involving accountable NM in assigned MBAs, including those for the facility. | - Maintain all training involving accountable NM and related operations in assigned MBAs. | - Perform inventory activities and item reconciliation for assigned MBAs; perform backup duties for other MBA Custodians; and be trained in NM measurements to include verification and confirmation measurements. | - Ability to learn and understand the NM Local Area Nuclear Material Accounting System (LANMAS). | - Participate in Human Reliability Program and become a Radiological Worker I qualified within three months of start date. | - Provide technical leadership and direction to include identifying, evaluating and compiling detailed technical information related to the mission and process of the MBA(s) in regard to accountable NM. | - Interface with the management of the facility and/or operation in which assigned MBA is located when accountable NM are involved. | - Troubleshoot anomalies related to accountable NM in assigned MBA(s); inventory difference investigation, calculations, and resolution. | - Development of corrective actions for any identified deficiencies in assigned MBA(s). | - Participate in management reviews of MBA-related issues involving accountable NM; development and maintenance of MBA(s) data sheet(s). | - Interacts with a broad range of NNSS management and staff, national laboratory representatives, and various government agencies. | - Performs other related work as assigned by supervisor or management.
- Possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform Cyber Security operations within an enterprise environment. | - Conduct a variety of Cyber Security policy compliance tasks such as discovering unauthorized devices, conducting site surveys for non-compliance, and ensuring network access requirements are met. | - Complete certification and accreditation of information systems on unclassified systems and networks, assists with mitigation of security testing and evaluations results; validates functionality of security tools within the environment. | - Write basic information system security plans (ISSPs) for unclassified systems; perform Security Test and Evaluations of information systems in support of a security plan. | - Design networks and systems with a security focus, ensuring systems are developed in accordance with federal law, customer requirements, certification and accreditation requirements, and industry best practices. | - Review purchase requests for technology items and provide input to senior level Cyber Security staff regarding the risk associated with purchases. | - Review current Cyber Security threat information and identifies, reports, and assists in the remediation of Cyber Security threats and vulnerabilities. | - Scan network devices for vulnerabilities and configuration baseline compliance and reports findings. | - Collaborate with other outside Cyber Security interests such as Counterintelligence, other DOE sites, US CERT, and law enforcement. | - Use established standards, practices and procedures as well as an increasing technical knowledge to solve problems and complete projects. | - May monitor intrusion detection/prevention systems (IDS/IPS), Security Event and Incident Management (SEIM) tools, endpoint security tools, email gateways, firewalls, network infrastructure and other appliances for security issues. | - Support incident response and forensics and collaborates with incident response team as requested. | - Assist the Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM) and Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO) with the execution of their assigned duties; assists in researching, compiling, and analyzing technical data. | - Perform related work as assigned by supervisor.
- Lead IT and Cyber Security weekly team review meetings for new purchase requests and interfaces with requesters and reviewers when additional information is required or problems occur. | - Work closely with Cyber Security to ensure unauthorized products are not approved for procurement, requesters are notified, and alternative solutions are recommended. | - Provide company requisition support, which includes recommending products in conformance to IT specifications and standards, recommendations, and guidance on how to proceed with orders. Receives and reviews all new hardware, software, and maintenance requests for RCR approval. | - Ensure IT purchase requisitions are submitted accurately and provides guidance to requesters if needed. | - Ensure IT support personnel at the remote sites and onsite reviewers are aware of IT hardware standards (i.e., hard drives, flash drives, printers, scanners, PCs, etc.) and those that have been discontinued and replaced. | - Assist Procurement as the IT liaison for establishing Vendor eStore catalogs and company personnel with ordering IT related products through these catalogs. | - Assist the Software Administrators with the receipt of software purchases, identifies the orders, and updates the information in the IT Tracking Log. | - Provide purchasing support to the IT Department as a requester, requisition preparer, and P-Card holder.
This position provides Software Asset Management (SAM) support for the company which includes: | - Serve as a primary point of contact for software, software licensing, and software maintenance. | - Assist in the development and management of License Agreements (Microsoft, Adobe, MathWorks, etc.). | - Update Flexera SAM system with Procurement and Licensing evidence. | - Work with customers to address service calls, provides information on software availability, license compliance, and problem resolution. | - Responsible for control of the software portfolio in order to optimize the value, cost and risk of software. | - Involvement in the process of software acquisition, compliance, maintenance renewals, life cycle planning and costing. | - Track license and maintenance agreement renewals and procurements; develop reports that pull data from various sources showing license entitlements, installations, usage, renewal, procurement status, and data gaps; and process and coordinate asset recovery efforts. | - Assist in performing compliance activities. | - Responsible for the company’s Microsoft Enterprise License true-up & reconciliation. | - Identify savings opportunities through software re-harvesting, license optimization, and environment consolidation through coordinated efforts with product owners and teams. | - Respond to requests from software owners, end-users, managers, developers, and team members for specific IT Software Asset Management information.
As a Manager I reporting to the Site Services Division Manager, this position will be involved in all division activities to include establishing goals, defining objectives, and evaluating outcomes within the range of services provided by the division. | | Key Responsibilities | - Stand-in and provide coverage for the Division Manager and manage critical Divisional responsibilities. | - Provide direct supervision of staff, including understanding and communicating expectations; and assisting with coaching, counseling, and employee development. | - Responsible for identifying and establishing pertinent goals for the Site Services Division, requiring coordination with the departments, gathering and analyzing information and developing options and paths forward to achieve the goals. | - Responsible for a specific functional area as directed by the Division Manager. | - Responsible for preparing the annual budget for the Division. | - Monitor cost management across the Division and assist with forecasting, scheduling, and analyzing variances. | - Scheduling and monitoring Division performance measures. | - Responsible for division quality service compliance by enforcing quality and customer service standards across the Site Services Division. | - Analyzing and resolving quality customer service problems, identifying trends, and recommending system improvements. | - Responsible for division-wide work execution activities, procedures, and policies that enable and encourage the optimum performance of the Division’s staff and resources. | - Monitoring Site Services accomplishment of CaWeb and other commitments as they are established. | - Responsible for the execution of the Site Services Capability Based Investment (CBI) and Recapitalization Program. | - Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications and participating in professional societies. |
Support the Construction Manager to ensure construction project Configuration Management designs are properly reviewed, purchased, executed, installed, tested, and documented in accordance with the latest issues for construction documents. This role includes assistance to the construction superintendents in obtaining permits, inspections, technical changes, testing over site, and design conflict resolution during the construction phase. | Key Responsibilities: | - Remain cognizant for safety requirements. | - Review work packages for scope and safety. | - Participate in field walk downs for construction capabilities and Concept/Design verification. | - Perform Constructability Reviews of plans, specifications; and comment on Engineering and vendor documents. | - Maintain document control and update project specific Controlled Drawing sets. | - Monitor construction activities for conformance to approved design, codes, and specifications. | - Work with Senior Field Engineers to resolve design conflicts with existing field conditions. | - Prepare Field Change Requests (FCRs), Field Change Notices (FCNs), and Request for Information (RFI) Field Sketches. | - Monitor and verify Construction Conformance to Engineering Disposition of FCRs, FCNs, and RFIs. | - Prepare Configuration Management and As-Built drawings. | - Perform Material take-offs as needed for construction activities. | - Prepare, review, and sign material requisitions. | - Verify, calculate, and report daily/weekly construction quantities installed. | - Monitor and collect data on concrete placements. | - Calculate quantities of materials for import, such as concrete, sand, controlled low strength material (CLSM), and other backfill materials. | - Prepare input to construction schedule and resource loading. | - Review official Project Estimates for complete scope, manpower, and material capture. | - Assist project Superintendent with applicable technical support. | - Coordinate Engineering observation of constriction activities. | - Verify Construction Readiness for quality check (QC) inspections | - Monitor and witness construction and start up testing requirements. | - Must be active and participate in project meetings. | - Function as Technical Point of Contact (TPOC) as requested.
The individual in this position will operate as a Data Analyst within the Procurement Systems and Support Team. This person will work closely with cross-department Oracle e-Business Suite professionals that work to support the Oracle Release 12.1.3 products, primarily Procurement, i-Procurement, and associated extensions and customizations. Currently Oracle Procurement, i-Procurement, General Ledger, Project Costing, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Cash Management, i-Expense and associated extensions are included in the Oracle Suite of products being utilized. | Primary responsibilities include: | - All tasks required to successfully report on data stored within Oracle. | - Analyzing ad-hoc report requests. | - Identifying data locations within Oracle table/view structure. | - Writing reusable SQL commands to extract relevant data. | - Creating reusable reports within Microsoft Excel utilizing both tabular and graphical representations. | - Work with the Procurement Systems team and Procurement Management to renovate and automate existing metrics utilizing Toad and Microsoft Excel. | - Auditing existing reporting functions to ensure accuracy and documenting data structure/locations for future reporting use. | - Follow defined standards and processes, change management processes, and other company policies and regulations. | The current e-Business Suite implementation includes many interfaces and enhancements within the Purchasing Module including wholly internally developed Just-In-Time (JIT) and Requisition Compliance Review (RCR) modules that must be understood to ensure any design solution will integrate with existing Oracle modules and interfacing applications. Shared HR is being used with PeopleSoft as the system of record.
The individual in this position will operate as the Oracle Time & Labor (OTL) Administrator within the Procurement Systems and Support Team. This person will work closely with cross-department Oracle e-Business Suite professionals, Subcontract Technical Representatives (STRs), and individuals operating as staff augmentations (Contingent Workers [CWKs]) for MSTS. | The primary responsibility will include all tasks required to successfully implement and maintain operations and configurations allowing CWKs to utilize OTL to maintain timecard records. MSTS uses OTL to interface with the Services Procurement module to manage CWK timecards. | Additional responsibilities include: | - Responsible for configuration, operation, and maintenance of OTL module following internal control guidelines. Keep up-to-date on product patch release schedule through Oracle alerts and communicate any updates with the relevant stakeholders. | - Troubleshoot application and functional business issues. Resolve any “stuck” timecards by working with Procurement Systems & IT. Maintain a log of all issues and their corresponding resolutions. Utilize log to track training gaps and other opportunities for improvement. | - Support and assist in resolving End User, STR, Procurement, and IT questions in a timely and professional manner. Work with all necessary parties to ensure contingent workers are entered properly into the OTL module. Prepare and update business documentation for improvements and changes to all process in support of the OTL module. | - Perform routine administrative maintenance and daily systems support. Need to understand testing and perform those activities when appropriate. | - Create and maintain reports for troubleshooting and exception handling as well as assist in the generation of reports for management or stakeholder use. | - Proactively identify and communicate potential problems and issues to leadership team members as appropriate. | - Assist with new subcontracts implementation into Oracle, assign contingent workers to the relevant Purchase Orders. | - Train Buyers, STR’s and Approvers on usage procedures in order to ensure timecards are being input and processed in a timely manner.
The Subcontract Technical Representative (STR) Program Administrator will be responsible for both the orderly performance and completion of all procurement commitments that will utilize the STR Program. | Senior Procurement Specialist | This position could be a Buyer at the Senior Level or a Subcontract Technical Representative (STR) Program Administrator, based on MSTS needs. | - Advise, interface, and provide expert guidance to other MSTS personnel as delegated on matters relating to the processing of requisitions for the purchases and subcontracting of goods and services. | - Prepare and develop Subcontract and Purchase Order strategies and recommend methods for review and presentation to senior and client management. | - Consider applicable laws, commercial conditions, economic climate, and other factors that affect the purchasing of materials, equipment, and services. | - Ensure all commitments are accurately presented and follow established approval and signing authorities contained in procurement procedures. | - Execute commitments within delegated approval authority. | - Perform related work as assigned by supervisor. | Principal Procurement Specialist | | This position could be a Buyer at the Principal Level or a Subcontract Technical Representative (STR) Program Administrator based on MSTS needs. | | - Act as a team leader supporting assigned customers by timely, cost effectively, and efficiently managing the execution of all procurements. | - Provide technical guidance on preparation, solicitation, negotiation, award and administration of procurement documents and coordinates procurement activities with the requesting organization. | - Ensure the completion of his/her own workload while mentoring, developing and assisting teammates. | - Coordinate and monitor the advance acquisition plan for major acquisitions, including the development of the overall strategy for managing the acquisition. | - Expert in cradle to grave execution of services, supplies, and construction procurements. | - An effective communicator who keeps all stakeholders informed of status regularly while building meaningful partnerships beyond individual procurement actions. | - Work with management, the team leader will effectively assess team member strengths and weaknesses, helping ensure proper training and mentorship is provided that ensures newly assigned procurement personnel receive appropriate training and development to satisfy job performance criteria. | - Continuously assess the procurement process and proactively present streamlining and gap-closing opportunities to management. | - Be an outstanding negotiator with the ability to develop and execute tactical and strategic cost savings strategies. | - Have a solid working knowledge of formal project management techniques and concepts, as he/she will be supporting formal projects and may serve formally as cost account or work package manager. | - Assist management, as necessary, with assigning work to buyers, analyzing procurement data for reports, training customers/buyers, preparing reports, and assessing/managing buyer performance. | The STR responsibilities for both positions include: | - Assist in the selection of qualified STRs. | - Maintain the STR SharePoint Site and STR resources. | - Train new STRs. | - Assist STRs with: | - How to calculate subcontractor burn rates | - Understanding schedules (ours and the subcontractor’s) | - Schedule float | - Invoicing and payment | - Knowing the roles and responsibilities of an STR | - Monitor STR performance. | - Work plans and subcontractor performance. | - Help STRs to insure work is performed in accordance with the subcontract. | - Comply with department requirements and procedures. | - The STR Administrator will work closely with the Project Managers and Procurement Representative to identify subcontracts that will require STR support. | - Assist the Procurement Representative with establishing the applicable terms and conditions required for the specific subcontract. | - May work closely with the Procurement Engineering Group to improve the quality of statements of work. | - Assist Engineering with assembly of drawings and specifications of those subcontracts that will require them (e.g. construction or fabrications). | - Assist STRs with bid and proposal meetings and kick-off meetings as necessary.
| We are looking for talented Quality Assurance professionals to join our team. This posting is for Quality Assurance professionals at multiple levels who thrive in a fast-paced environment, supporting a variety of activities from construction to nuclear operations. Level of position will be commensurate with candidate education and experience. | | Senior Quality Assurance Specialist | - Serve as Subject Matter Expert (SME) to both internal and external parties. Provide cross-disciplinary integration and implementation of corporate quality programs. Serve as an organizational resource and adviser to the organizational team and an adviser to senior management on project status and issues related to nuclear facility quality. | - Plan, direct, lead, or perform independent assessments and surveillances using quality technical standards and practices to ensure process control and compliance. | - Develop long-range plans and needs in the areas of quality assurance to support new or proposed future missions. | - Promote team member development through mentoring, guiding, training, and coaching. Ensure staff are appropriately trained and meet appropriate qualifications. | - Communicate with senior managers, peers, and subordinates in the organization and well as with other company organizational units on matters related to quality. | - Participate in early stages of planning activities, developing proposals or deliverables that are effective and provided within schedule. Consult with senior line organization managers on quality matters to ensure that procedures and work practices comply with the quality programs and governmental requirements. | - Provide training, mentoring, and technical guidance to less experienced QA personnel to assist and ensure they complete their required qualifications. | Principal Quality Assurance Specialist | | In addition to the responsibilities of the Sr. Quality Assurance Specialist position, responsibilities for the Principal QA Specialist include: | - Provide highly specialized expert knowledge to solve complex quality assurance problems across multiple organizations in support of nuclear facility operations. | - Integrate and coordinate a team of qualified quality assurance personnel to provide support to other organizations and ensure that activities comply with laws, codes, orders, and policies and procedures.
Operate as the Procurement Systems and Support Supervisor within the Supply Chain Division. Supervise daily activities of the Procurement Systems team, act as the primary liaison between Procurement Systems and all other business partners (such as Procurement, Information Technology, Finance, etc.); maintain a strategic implementation roadmap, prioritize incoming work, lead multiple Continuous Improvement Teams; maintain the team’s integrated management system (including vision, mission, risk register, task tracker); and manage stakeholder expectations relating to current workload and prioritizations. | Lead team members toward overall goals, including: | - Creating/supporting ad-hoc data requests. | - Automating repeatable tasks. | - Implementing large-scale Oracle modules such as Services Procurement and Procurement Contracts. | - Upgrading to the latest version of Oracle e-Business Suite. | - Adhering to reporting requirements for both internal and external requests. | - Maintaining a Procurement Help Desk to assist end users. | - Generating reports for Key Performance Indicator metrics. | - Building out websites designed to empower and inform end users. | - Managing Systems-related risks and mitigation strategies. | - Investigating and resolving problems with the accuracy of established reports. | - Providing input on established and new policies and procedures related to the position. | - Assisting the Procurement Organization in implementing Systems-related configuration changes and setups. | - Training Procurement Buyers in the usage of the Oracle e-Business Suite software. | - Identifying solutions to issues and presenting those solutions in an audience-appropriate manner. | - Mentoring team members on tools and processes to help in reaching goals (such as Project Management Methodologies, Agile Methodologies, Lean/6 Sigma Implementations, emerging technologies, etc.). |
Responsible for both the orderly performance and completion of all procurement commitments through the several steps of bidding, which includes: | - Preparing bidders lists. | - Pre-qualifying bidders. | - Formatting bid packages. | - Issuing bid requests. | - Coordinating bidders’ questions. | - Receiving bids. | - Evaluation of bid proposals. | - Supplier selection. | - Preparing recommendation documentation to secure approvals for an award in accordance with established policies and procurement procedures and the post award administration functions of purchases. | Support work, performed by the national laboratories associated with Mission Support and Test Services LLC (MSTS), that generally tends to be proprietary and complex in nature. | - In conjunction with other functional departments, ensures suppliers’ performance of each order is in accordance with the subcontracted terms and conditions and requirements. | - Advise, interface, and provide expert guidance to other MSTS personnel as delegated on matters relating to the processing of requisitions for the purchases and subcontracting of goods and services. | - Prepare and develop Subcontract and Purchase Order strategies and recommend methods for review and presentation to senior and client management. | - Consider applicable laws, commercial conditions, economic climate, and other factors that affect the purchasing of materials, equipment, and services. | Comply with department requirements and procedures. | - Prepare and maintain bidder lists to ensure input is received from all procurement functions and other operational groups as well as ensuring appropriate provisions are reflected in the general, special and pricing conditions of the Subcontracts and Purchase Order forms. | - Review Offer or recommendations for completeness and approves selection of suppliers within delegated approval authority. | - Ensure all commitments are accurately presented and follow established approval and signing authorities contained in procurement procedures. | - Review and recommends bid selections that require higher Procurement approval authority. | - Execute commitments within delegated approval authority. | - Direct negotiations and prepares proposed negotiated plan in the commitment and resolution of commercial conditions of subcontracts and purchases when such action is agreed as necessary. | - Perform related work as assigned by supervisor.