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Posted Date 6 days ago(8/6/2020 5:54 PM)
ID
2020-2874
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
We are seeking an Electrical Engineer to perform duties as a facility/system engineer at one of the nuclear or high-hazard facilities within the MSTS Stockpile Experimentation and Operations (SEO) Directorate. Positions are available at various locations within the forward areas of the NNSS. |   | Key Responsibilities: | - Supports maintaining overall cognizance of assigned facility systems, providing systems engineering support for operations and maintenance, and technical support of line management safety responsibilities for ensuring continued system operational readiness. | - Validates physical configuration of assigned 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 systems. | - Assist with the conduct of In-service-Inspections and Technical Surveillance Requirement testing of assigned 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. | - Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision.
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(7/22/2020 10:13 AM)
ID
2020-2873
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking an Engineer II to performs duties as a facility/system engineer (Civil/Structural Engineer II) 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: | - Responsible for maintaining overall cognizance of assigned facility systems, providing systems engineering support for operations and maintenance, and technical support of line management safety responsibilities for ensuring continued system operational readiness. | - Validates physical configuration of assigned 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 systems. | - Conducts or oversees the In-service-Inspection and Technical Surveillance Requirement execution of assigned systems. | - 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 implement computer applications for their field. | - Prepare or 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. | - 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. | - Accept individual responsibility and accountability for environment, safety, health, and quality processes within personal control, personal safety, and the safety of co-workers. | - Comply with established regulations and procedures for environment, safety, health, and quality and perform duties in a way that will not cause personal danger, endanger other individuals, or violate environment, safety, health, and quality regulations. | - Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision. | - Understand the principles associated with the MSTS safety concept. | - Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
Posted Date 6 days ago(8/6/2020 5:49 PM)
ID
2020-2872
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking a Civil/Structural Engineer (Engineer I) to perform duties as a facility/system engineer (Civil/Structural 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 | - Supports maintaining overall cognizance of assigned facility systems, providing systems engineering support for operations and maintenance, and technical support of line management safety responsibilities for ensuring continued system operational readiness. | - Validates physical configuration of assigned 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 systems. | - Assist with the conduct of In-service-Inspections and Technical Surveillance Requirement testing of assigned 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. | - Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision.
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(7/17/2020 10:40 AM)
ID
2020-2869
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking a Senior Nuclear Facilities Operations Specialist to support the U1a Complex. This position reports to the U1a Complex Operations Manager, and will support the U1a Complex Facility Manager. |   | Key Responsibilities: | - Access U1a Complex buildings and tunnels to conduct walk-downs, inspections, and site-specific tours. | - Conduct and document Operator Rounds inspections for surface/underground buildings, structures, and equipment, in accordance with Conduct of Operations requirements. | - Utilize monitor and control systems to operate equipment and systems and to monitor key parameters and alarms/notifications. | - Perform normal and emergency operation of equipment and systems in support of facility operations. | - Assist with the update, revision, and maintenance of the U1a Complex Conduct of Operations Matrix Applicability document. | - Lead the development, revision, completion and publication of U1a Complex documents, including Standard Operating Procedures, Abnormal Operations Procedures, plans, policies, organizational procedures, primary and secondary Real Estate Operations Permits, and other Authorization Basis documents.  | - Assist with coordination and completion of facility documents supporting Nuclear Weapons Laboratory subcritical experiments. | - Perform oversight, inventory, and coordination of processes involving Material and Test Equipment, Quality Grade Materials, and the MSTS Quality Material Tracking System. | - Provide support to U1a Complex Chemical Lifecycle Management, Risk Management, and Fire Protection programs and initiatives. | - Assist with facility management assessments and observations, including development of assessment plans and reports, and coordination with the MSTS issues management process (caWeb) to ensure that U1a Complex issues are effectively identified, addressed, tracked, and closed. | - Coordinates and completes critical support activities at the U1a Complex collaborating with external and internal partners to attain desired success states and sustain operations during applicable shifts. | - Assist with safety-based surface/underground formal workplace inspections. | - Assist with coordination of U1a Complex abnormal events/emergency preparedness drills and exercises when required | - Perform as the Local Emergency Director and/or Emergency Action Team member at the U1a Complex. | - Interface with Laboratory, Operations, Engineering, Maintenance, and Construction personnel at the U1a Complex; interact with other MSTS organizations (e.g., Design Engineering, Industrial Hygiene, Radiological Controls, Safety, Training, etc.), as well as U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) personnel and external customers. | - Perform other duties as determined by facility management and supervision. | - Accept individual responsibility and accountability for environment, safety, health, and quality processes within personal control, and support personal safety and the safety of co-workers. | - Comply with established environment, safety, health, and quality regulations and procedures. | - Perform assigned duties in ways that do not cause personal danger, or endanger other individuals, or violate environment, safety, health, and quality regulations.  | - Promptly correct or report any hazards or potential hazards to supervision. | - Understand the principles associated with MSTS safety concepts, goals, and initiatives. | - Participate and contribute to MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(7/17/2020 10:31 AM)
ID
2020-2868
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking a Principal Nuclear Facilities Operations Specialist to support the U1a Complex team as the Shift Operations Manager (SOM).  The SOM will report to the U1a Complex Operations Manager and will support the U1a Complex Facility Manager. This position supports the facility’s mission of performing subcritical experiments (SCEs) as part of the Stockpile Stewardship Program. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Maintain overall command and control of the U1a Complex (“the facility”) during applicable shifts. | - Implement the requirements contained in U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) Orders including Conduct of Operations.  Ensures that all employees reporting to this position are informed about the standards of operation of a nuclear facility. | - Responsible areas include: Work control and authorization, shift turnover, operator routines and rounds, communication, control and status of equipment and systems, control area activities, independent verifications, procedure compliance, emergency response, and on-the-job training.  | - Ensure events are properly reported to management and DOE in a timely manner. Also ensures management reviews are conducted with appropriate personnel in case of an issue or facility event. | - Ensure completion of shift rounds and routines assigned to the shift. Ensure proper follow-up to equipment conditions if found to be in an abnormal state while rounds and routines are being conducted. | - Ensures the shift crew reviews changes to facility procedures, facility modifications, Technical Safety Requirements (TSR) and the Documented Safety Analysis. Ensures Surveillance Requirements, In-Process Inspections and Specific Administrative Controls specified in the TSR are performed in accordance with applicable facility procedures and/or SCE checklists. | - Maintain overall authority for the control, administration and auditing of the Hazardous Energy Control Program at the facility and the installed facility Temporary Modifications in accordance with MSTS procedures. | - Maintain facility housekeeping and communicate importance of good housekeeping attitude to facility workers. | - Ensure safety of personnel in the facility by maintaining a working knowledge and enforcement of facility, company, and regulatory requirements. Conduct safety observations, safety audits and observe operator rounds, and help ensure deficiencies are corrected in a timely manner. | - Ensure the shift is properly staffed and trained to perform operational and emergency activities during the shift. Ensure assigned personnel are fit for duty and qualified to perform assigned duties and tasks in accordance with facility training program requirements. Review each operator’s knowledge before qualifying an operator for a task. Serve as trainer/evaluator for the On-Shift Training Evaluation Program. | - Lead or participate in abnormal drills and emergency drills and exercises at the facility. | - Interface directly with DOE Facility Representatives on items related to all aspects of facility operations and safety. | - Direct activities of Operations, Maintenance, Construction, Mission, Facility Engineering, Radiological Controls, Fire Protection, Work Control, Quality Assurance, and Industrial Hygiene to accomplish the objectives of the facility. | - Assumes the role of Local Emergency Director (LED) who, in part, directs emergency actions for the facility and is responsible for maintaining the facility log book. | - Expected work schedule: | - Support night shift facility operations (Approximately 1600 hours to 0230 hours, per shift.) | - Work schedule is 5 days, Monday through Friday and will require overtime. | - Rotations between day shift and night shift SOM's may be utilized. | - Shift differential premiums and straight overtime rates will be utilized, when working the night shift. | | - Perform other duties assigned by Management. | - Accept individual responsibility and accountability for environment, safety, health, and quality processes within personal control, personal safety, and the safety of co-workers. Comply with established regulations and procedures for environment, safety, health, and quality and perform duties in a way that will not cause personal danger, endanger other individuals, or violate environment, safety, health, and quality regulations. Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision. Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
Posted Date 2 months ago(6/24/2020 11:03 AM)
ID
2020-2865
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Device Assembly Facility (DAF) has an opening for a Manager I (DAF Nuclear Operations Manager). The position reports to the DAF Operations Deputy Manager. The DAF Nuclear Operations Manager represents the DAF Manager in day-to-day management of the facility operations staff essential for safe nuclear facility operation. Principal interactions are with User project, facility-level management personnel, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Nuclear Security Administration Nevada Field Office (NNSA/NFO) Facility Representatives and other management personnel having individuals performing work at the facility.  | Key Responsibilities | - Assists in the development, review, and implementation of the facility authorization basis and associated implementing plans and procedures.  | - Authorizes, coordinates, and deconflicts simultaneous facility operations such as special nuclear material and subcritical experiment (nuclear material and explosives) activities and nuclear facility maintenance.  | - Periodically reviews procedural controls to ensure all changes impacting facility operations are appropriate, necessary, and viable. Provides facility oversight safety coordination and operational support to multiple Users.  | - Reports incidents and occurrences that have Environmental Safety & Health Authorization Basis, or security significance to DAF management, NNSA/NFO Facility Representatives, and appropriate Laboratory/User management personnel; investigates such incidents and occurrences and assigns corrective actions as appropriate.  | - Maintains thorough knowledge of DOE orders, standards, policies, and procedures to identify hazardous conditions and operations, and take appropriate actions to correct or eliminate any identified hazards. | - Ensures appropriate procedures, training, equipment, and tools are provided to employees.  | - Reviews and implements management plans, contractor requirements, and implementing documentation to ensure the DAF is operated and maintained in a safe and compliant manner, while also meeting programmatic expectations.  | - Establishes clear responsibility and accountability for carrying out safety requirements. Anticipates risks and assures risks inherent in operations are identified and properly controlled. Assures support and guidance to User project teams to achieve and maintain safe and healthful working conditions. Champions safety initiatives and assists the DAF Manager in managing and operating the facility in a safe and cost efficient manner.   | - Demonstrates Environment, Safety, Health, and Quality (ESH&Q) leadership and consistently enforces ESH&Q policies and procedures. Implements applicable safety requirements; emphasizes the safety of each employee as well as the protection of equipment and property in area of responsibility. Takes immediate action to correct reported or observed unacceptable safety and health conditions and/or behaviors. Promotes and actively participates in MSTS safety concepts. Supports and encourages employee participation in MSTS safety initiatives. | - Performs other tasks as assigned by management.
Posted Date 2 months ago(6/17/2020 5:55 PM)
ID
2020-2853
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
Reporting to the Senior Director, Infrastructure, this position will work with the senior management team to ensure the efficient, effective and integrated implementation of corporate policies, commitments, and initiatives across the enterprise in order to best enable mission success in meeting programmatic objectives. The Engineering Director will be responsible for the overall performance and efficiency of the Engineering organization. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Must embrace and model the Company values and expected behaviors with a commitment to operational excellence. | - Provide leadership, direction, and ensure accountability for the following functions and services: | - Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) and Code Compliance. | - Engineering/Design standards and specifications. | - Conduct of Engineering. | - Engineering. | - Design Services (In-house and A/E services). | - Partner with Operations and Maintenance, Construction, Project Management, Estimating and Mission Programs to deliver facilities and infrastructure projects on time, schedule and the highest level of quality. | | - Develop strategic and operational plans to achieve organizational goals and anticipate and plan for future resource needs. | - Promote business and operational efficiencies. | - Foster successful collaborative relationships across the enterprise and maintain a collaborative working environment among the various components of the MSTS and Nevada Enterprise organizations. | - Organize, staff, and lead Engineering ensuring adherence to the company's management and leadership philosophy. | - Emphasize the safety of each employee and the protection of equipment and property for the Engineering organization. | - Take immediate action to correct reported or observed unacceptable safety and health conditions and/or behaviors. | - Leadership responsibility to provide a coordinated and integrated approach to meet NNSA/NFO and NNSA strategic initiatives for the programs, projects, and activities under his/her purview. | - Coordinate functional capabilities through strategic planning accomplish present and future mission. | - Actively assist in defining technologies, competencies, and skills required to develop and accomplish services. | - Anticipate risks and assures risk inherent in operations are identified, controlled, or mitigated. | - Hold direct and indirect managers and individual contributors accountable to company policies, procedures, and behaviors and core values.
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(7/16/2020 10:31 AM)
ID
2020-2852
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Manager II/III reports to the Stockpile Experimentation & Operations Programs Director and oversees all work NA-113 at NNSS. |   | Key Responsibilities |   | Manager II: | - Provide leadership in integration and successful execution of a >$50M portfolio of scientific work that sustains and expands NNSS experimental and test activities for the nuclear weapons program. | - Develop and sustain a strong, well-trained and disciplined team of Program Managers who clearly and effectively communicate purpose, goals and strategies to groups such as Integrated Project Teams (IPT). | - Create and maintain workforce cohesion by unambiguously communicating job expectations; monitoring and appraising work outcomes; and mentoring, counseling and disciplining employees according to MSTS policies, procedures and productivity standards. | - Drive to enhance NNSS capabilities to provide new opportunities for MSTS involvement within NNSA weapons activities. | - Provide high-quality reporting at all levels, e.g., weekly to MSTS and Nevada Field Office senior leadership, monthly to Laboratory partners, and quarterly to HQ NNSA Program Managers. This includes the stewardship of webPMIS to clearly convey financial status and deliverables in all reporting. | - Demonstrate leadership that consistently reinforces MSTS environmental, safety, health and quality policies and procedures. Ensure all related requirements are implemented while emphasizing the safety of each employee and protection of equipment and property in assigned area of responsibility. | - Ensure employee participation in MSTS environmental, safety, health and quality initiatives and immediately correct reported or observed unacceptable conditions and/or behaviors in such areas. Promote and actively participate in the MSTS safety concept while assuring that all activities to perform work safely are conducted and in place before work begins. | Manager III | - Provide leadership in integration and successful execution of a >$50M portfolio of scientific work that sustains and expands NNSS experimental and test activities for the nuclear weapons program. | - Develop and sustain a strong, well-trained and disciplined team of Program Managers who clearly and effectively communicate purpose, goals and strategies to groups such as Integrated Project Teams (IPT). | - Create and maintain workforce cohesion by unambiguously communicating job expectations; monitoring and appraising work outcomes; and mentoring, counseling and disciplining employees according to MSTS policies, procedures and productivity standards. | - Drive to enhance NNSS capabilities to provide new opportunities for MSTS involvement within NNSA weapons activities. | - Provide high-quality reporting at all levels, e.g., weekly to MSTS and Nevada Field Office senior leadership, monthly to Laboratory partners, and quarterly to HQ NNSA Program Managers. This includes the stewardship of webPMIS to clearly convey financial status and deliverables in all reporting. | - Demonstrate leadership that consistently reinforces MSTS environmental, safety, health and quality policies and procedures. Ensure all related requirements are implemented while emphasizing the safety of each employee and protection of equipment and property in assigned area of responsibility. | - Ensure employee participation in MSTS environmental, safety, health and quality initiatives and immediately correct reported or observed unacceptable conditions and/or behaviors in such areas. Promote and actively participate in the MSTS safety concept while assuring that all activities to perform work safely are conducted and in place before work begins. | - Develop and implement a strategic plan for Research and Development Testing and Experimentation work at NNSS that accomplishes customer objectives and is integrated and in alignment with the overall goals and strategies of MSTS. | - Provide the leadership to plan and capture of new work scope for MSTS using approved company processes and operating systems. This includes anticipating emerging/expanding customer requirements, writing white papers/proposals and coordinating with IPTs to develop work scope estimates used to seek approval to pursue new work from MSTS leadership, and delivering proposal packages to the customer in a timely manner. | - Manages overall budget of >$50M to ensure fiscal accountability and recommends/prepares adjustments to budgets for approval by the Director of Stockpile Experimentation Operations Programs. | - Develops Key Performance Indicator metrics for review and performance monitoring.
Posted Date 2 months ago(6/24/2020 10:46 AM)
ID
2020-2847
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Nonproliferation Safeguards Program Manager I will report to the Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation (DNN) Director and will oversee Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation (DNN) projects focused on radiological material management and arms control projects that are administered by the Nevada National Security Site and at domestic and international locations. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Mange all phases of programs for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Safeguards missions  (e.g., NA-21, NA-23, and NA-24) and other related programs with a value of <$50M annually (may be less based on complexity of scope, unique customer set, or visibility of program) from inception through completion. | - Perform a variety of functions, including, but not limited to, oversight of international safeguards and arms control projects, coordination of diverse teams of scientists and engineers to deliver project results to stakeholders, development of new project proposals, and interfacing with Nevada National Security Administration (NNSA) program managers and oversight. | - Take a leading role in coordinating new opportunities for collaboration between Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) nonproliferation and stewardship science projects and programs. | - Leads multiple aspects of financial planning, monitoring, reporting, scheduling, analysis, and preparation of technical/schedule information required for complex program/project planning; Coordinate and oversee integrated project teams.  Identifies, manages, and mitigates program and project risks actively.   | - Work with MSTS) principal investigators to develop white papers and project proposals for nonproliferation Research and Development (R&D) projects.Identify new opportunities for MSTS involvement in NNSA Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation (DNN) venture projects. | - Act as lead interface between MSTS technical teams and corresponding National Laboratory teams.Interface with MSTS) stewardship science projects and programs to develop joint R&D opportunities.Remain active in their particular field and will have a goal to continue to publish their own research and attend professional meetings to present their results.  | - Assist the DNN Director in the strategic evaluation of program goals for long-term growth and development. | - Provides general management, oversight, and execution of Program and Project Excellence initiatives and continuous improvement across the business and execution within assigned complex programs. | - Interface with Mission Execution directors to provide portfolio financial updates and requirements. | - Interface with Headquarters (HQ) Federal Program Managers to meet deliverables and provide strategic opportunities for portfolio growth. | - The job has excellent growth potential within Program Management given hard work and dedication to the nuclear non-proliferation mission of reducing the threat of nuclear weapons around the globe. 
Posted Date 2 months ago(6/24/2020 10:34 AM)
ID
2020-2846
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Nonproliferation Data Analytics and Wireless Sensors Program Manager will report to the Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation (DNN) Director and will oversee DNN projects focused on the collection and analysis of nuclear non-proliferation data at the Nevada National Security Site and other National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) testbeds. | Key Responsibilities: | - Mange all phases of programs for Proliferation Detection Data Analytics  (e.g., NA-221) and other related programs with a value of <$50M annually (may be less based on complexity of scope, unique customer set, or visibility of program) from inception through completion. | - Perform a variety of functions, including, but not limited to, oversight of data collection and analysis projects, coordination of diverse teams of scientists and engineers to deliver project results to stakeholders, development of new project proposals, and interfacing with NNSA program managers and oversight. | - Take a leading role in coordinating new opportunities for collaboration between MSTS nonproliferation and stewardship science projects and programs. | - Coordinate and oversee integrated project teams. | - Work with MSTS principal investigators to develop white papers and project proposals for nonproliferation (Research & Development) R&D projects. | - Identify new opportunities for MSTS involvement in NNSA DNN venture projects. | - Act as lead interface between MSTS technical teams and corresponding National Laboratory teams. | - Interface with MSTS stewardship science projects and programs to develop joint R&D opportunities. | - Remain active in their particular field and will have a goal to continue to publish their own research and attend professional meetings to present their results.  | - Assist the DNN Director in the strategic evaluation of program goals for long-term growth and development. | - Interface with Mission Execution directors to provide portfolio financial updates and requirements. | - Interface with Headquarters (HQ) Federal Program Managers to meet deliverables and provide strategic opportunities for portfolio growth.
Posted Date 2 months ago(6/11/2020 11:51 AM)
ID
2020-2843
Location : Location
US-CA-Santa Barbara
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking a Principal Engineer/Senior Principal Engineer for a system architect for embedded electronic and communications systems.  You will work on a diverse set of projects that use communications technologies. Out-of-the-box thinking to solve complex problems differentiates our projects from the rest. |   | As a system architect, you will lead a team of engineers and technicians in the development of electronic systems for challenging applications in support of National Security.  You will have several simultaneous projects and will be expected to delegate work to team members and mentor junior staff.  You will interface directly with customers and help write proposals for future projects.  You will travel to customer sites for program reviews, discussions and field demonstrations of systems. |   | Responsibilities: |   | PRINCIPAL ENGINEER: | - Develop solutions that may be new and unique. | - Oversee research, data compilation and data analysis. | - Oversee field programs, designs, and instrumentation systems. | - Serve as Subject Matter Expert (SME) to both internal and external parties. | - Provide cross-disciplinary integration for complex projects. | - Define customer needs and develop technical proposals. | - Work with peers, other disciplines and other internal organizations to coordinate project execution and compliance. | - Develop and present education or training in applicable discipline. | - Represent organization as primary technical contact to other internal organizations. | - Foster relationships and identify opportunities across organizational boundaries | SENIOR PRINCIPAL ENGINEER: | - Focus on the most complex projects with the broadest technical scope, requiring interdisciplinary and interagency coordination. | - Devise entire courses of action of the broadest scope to solve multiple problems of very complex nature. | - Assure solutions optimize state-of- the-art technology and minimizes programmatic constraints. | - Set priorities and standards for research, data compilation and data analysis. | - Conduct in-depth analyses considering multiple tangible and intangible factors. | - 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. | - Report project status, issues and results to management. | - Identify organizational and interdepartmental issues. | - Frequently invited to serve on internal and external technical committees. | - Provide guidance to senior management regarding strategic development opportunities for new technologies and capabilities.
Posted Date 2 months ago(6/15/2020 11:57 AM)
ID
2020-2841
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking a Senior Scientist who will function as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in the Testbed Geosciences Group, Applied Technologies, and Global Security Directorate. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Support geologists and engineers with planning and oversight of ground-monitoring equipment in tunnels and geotechnical site investigations. | - Perform underground geologic mapping and sampling. | - Perform well-site geologic support during drilling and coring operations. | - Oversee borehole geophysical logging operations, including procurement of logging services, subcontract technical oversight, field coordination, work planning, and technical evaluation of borehole geophysical logging data. | - Operate a wireline logging truck to perform borehole surveys such as video, water sampling, and depth tags. | - Assist in developing and managing project-specific relational databases of drill hole information, including construction data, geologic data, geophysical log data, and sample data.
Posted Date 2 days ago(8/10/2020 12:50 PM)
ID
2020-2839
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
This position will support the Fire Protection Program, and the Fire Protection Engineer Authority Having Jurisdiction (FPE/AHJ) as a Senior Principal Fire Protection Engineer addressing company-wide fire protection engineering activities. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Sever as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the Fire Protection Program to address: fire suppression systems, alarm and detection systems, fire barriers, and life safety design feature for all facilities, above and below grade. | - Provide oversight for program implementation through review of documentation, field observations of fire protection design, modifications, and installation activities. | - Assist in establishing, modifying and overseeing company policies and ensuring compliance with fire safety and fire protection program requirements. | - Identify innovative and cost effective approaches to fire protection and life safety issues for projects and/or facilities. | - Oversee inspections, testing and maintenance of fire protection and related systems. | - Conduct technical reviews of fire protection drawings, calculations, reports, etc., as required. | - Interface with internal and external customers to prevent and/or mitigate fire protection issues and determine compensatory measures for impaired fire systems. | - Identify and justify approaches that provide equivalency to requirements that cannot be met. | - Interface with design and technical authorities to maintain nuclear facility and project compliance as it pertains to configuration management, safety basis requirements, i.e. Documented Safety Analysis (DSA) and Technical Safety Requirement (TSR).Engage in associations, working groups, and boards throughout the DOE Fire Protection community. | - Identify risks and design features to aid in preventing, controlling, and mitigating the effects of fire. | - Work closely with the MSTS Fire Chief and Fire Marshal on fire protection AHJ reviews and determinations for noncompliance issues and challenges. | - Interface with DOE HQ, NNSA/NFO, and other fire protection representatives to meet requirements and objectives. | - Serve as an expert adviser to other personnel and management on fire protection technical issues. | - Provide guidance to senior management regarding strategic development opportunities using MSTS technologies and capabilities.
Posted Date 2 months ago(6/22/2020 5:17 PM)
ID
2020-2832
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking an experienced Manager who will report to the Stockpile Experimentation and Operations Programs Director and oversees all NA-115, NA-12 and NA-19 work at NNSS and will perform a variety of functions that includes, but is not limited to: | Key Responsibilities | Manager II Criteria: | - Provide leadership in integration and successful execution of a $50M+ portfolio of scientific work from materials management through technology maturation to production support for the nuclear weapons program. | - Develop and sustain a strong, well-trained, and disciplined team of Program Managers who clearly and effectively communicate purpose, goals, and strategies to groups such as Integrated Project Teams.  | - Create and maintain workforce cohesion by unambiguously communicating job expectations; monitoring and appraising work outcomes; and mentoring, counseling, and disciplining employees according to MSTS policies, procedures, and productivity standards. | - Drive to enhance NNSS capabilities to provide new opportunities for MSTS involvement within NNSA weapons activities. | - Provide high-quality reporting at all levels, e.g., weekly to MSTS and Nevada Field Office senior leadership, monthly to Laboratory partners, and quarterly to HQ NNSA Program Managers. This includes the stewardship of webPMIS to clearly convey financial status and deliverables in all reporting. | - Demonstrate leadership that consistently reinforces MSTS environmental, safety, health, and quality policies and procedures. Ensure all related requirements are implemented while emphasizing the safety of each employee and protection of equipment and property in assigned area of responsibility. | - Ensure employee participation in MSTS environmental, safety, health, and quality initiatives and immediately correct reported or observed unacceptable conditions and/or behaviors in such areas.  Promote and actively participate in the MSTS safety concept while assuring that all activities to perform work safely are conducted and in place before work begins. | Manager III Criteria | - Provide leadership in integration and successful execution of a $50M+ portfolio of scientific work from materials management through technology maturation to production support for the nuclear weapons program. | - Develop and sustain a strong, well-trained, and disciplined team of Program Managers who clearly and effectively communicate purpose, goals, and strategies to groups such as Integrated Project Teams (IPT's).  | - Create and maintain workforce cohesion by unambiguously communicating job expectations; monitoring and appraising work outcomes; and mentoring, counseling, and disciplining employees according to MSTS policies, procedures, and productivity standards. | - Drive to enhance NNSS capabilities to provide new opportunities for MSTS involvement within NNSA weapons activities. | - Provide high-quality reporting at all levels, e.g., weekly to MSTS and Nevada Field Office senior leadership, monthly to Laboratory partners, and quarterly to HQ NNSA Program Managers. This includes the stewardship of webPMIS to clearly convey financial status and deliverables in all reporting. | - Demonstrate leadership that consistently reinforces MSTS environmental, safety, health, and quality policies and procedures. Ensure all related requirements are implemented while emphasizing the safety of each employee and protection of equipment and property in assigned area of responsibility. | - Ensure employee participation in MSTS environmental, safety, health, and quality initiatives and immediately correct reported or observed unacceptable conditions and/or behaviors in such areas.  Promote and actively participate in the MSTS safety concept while assuring that all activities to perform work safely are conducted and in place. | - Develop and implement a strategic plan for Engineering, Technology, and Demonstrator work at NNSS that accomplishes customer objectives and is integrated and in alignment with the overall goals and strategies of MSTS. | - Provide the leadership to plan and capture of new work scope for MSTS using approved company processes and operating systems. This includes anticipating emerging/expanding customer requirements, writing white papers/proposals and coordinating with IPTs to develop work scope estimates used to seek approval to pursue new work from MSTS leadership, and delivering proposal packages to the customer in a timely manner. | - Manages a budget of $50M+ and ensures fiscal accountability measures are in place for reporting status to the Director of Stockpile Experimentation Operations Programs. | - Develops Key Performance Indicator metrics for review and performance monitoring.
Posted Date 2 days ago(8/10/2020 12:53 PM)
ID
2020-2828
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Engineering Department is seeking a talented and dedicated individual to serve as the Civil, Structural, Architectural and Mining Department Manager in our design team.  |   | The Manager II will provide multi-discipline management and support for multiple projects of varying scopes and be responsible for, the direct management of engineering personnel, technical adequacy and/or completeness of designs, and ensuring Engineering's priorities are supported as planned and as scheduled. This position will also ensure staff compliance to codes, standards, and company processes and procedures. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Must be capable of providing daily oversight, technical and administrative direction to five (5) or more individuals along with serving as Subcontract Technical Representative (STR) for staff augmentation and A&E task order contracts. This position also require the individual to function with little oversight from management. | - Management and oversight of daily execution of projects and engineering activities, providing technical and professional guidance to staff, interpreting processes/procedures along with codes and standards, determining and coordinating technical training. | - Act as appropriate to ensure the office environment is proper for engineering work, and ensuring engineering activities are executed consistent with NQA-1, DOE 414.1D, and ISO 9001 requirements. | - Participate in audits and assessments from DOE/NNSA, other external and internal organizations, as well as preparing reports and presentations for management, actively engaging with customers to address issues/requests, coordinating with project managers on project priorities and assigning resources to projects. | - May be tasked to develop proposals to fund expansion of engineering capabilities, tools and technologies, review company and DOE processes, procedures and orders to ensure compliance, have a full understanding of nuclear facility safety analysis, operations, and interface requirements, perform duties as a discipline checker and perform duties as a project engineer. | - Ability to write, evaluate, and oversee staff augmentation and task order contracts, ensure subcontract staff adheres to company requirements, coordinate subcontract security, network, and logistical requirements as well as review and approve invoices for subcontracts and materials. | - Exercise considerable discretion and judgment in performing work and conducting evaluations of operation/process effectiveness and initiate changes as required to implement process improvements. Will work with other work groups and outside agencies, customers/sponsors, suppliers, as required, to effectively execute projects and programs. | - Develop relationships as needed to perform work effectively and provides guidance to students, interns, contractors and other support personnel, as a mentor or as a team/project leader. | - Interface with other team members, analyze processes and procedures to increase efficiency, monitor group performance against metrics and goals, perform employee performance evaluations and work with employees to develop goals. 
Posted Date 2 months ago(6/8/2020 6:58 PM)
ID
2020-2827
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
As a Superintendent, you will be expected to model company values and to supervise bargaining resources effectively and efficiently. Superintendents are responsible for scheduling, coordinating and supervising bargaining employee activities, and training. This may involve supervising one or more trade groups and/or subcontractors on the project sites. An ability to clearly communicate both orally and written with employees, managers, and customers are key responsibilities for this position. You will work closely with your Project, and Facility Managers regarding all project activities. At MSTS, Superintendents are encouraged to keep all lines of communication open with the Construction Manager, General Superintendent, Project Managers, and Balance of Plant Manager.  |   | Key Responsibilities | - Directly supervise individual contributors, including approving time, conducting performance evaluations, and participating in the recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training of staff. | - Supervise Wiremen and Lockout Tag-out activities. | - Ability to multitask across multiple projects. | - Implement and follow company policies, procedures and directives. | - Establish activity level work assignments and work projects. | - Organize and supervise day-to-day operations, ensuring that schedules are kept. | - Monitor performance against metrics and goals as established/approved by others. | - Layout projects for building locations and site work. | - Coordinate all project-related activities. | - Ensure that required equipment is on the project when needed. | - Help keep track of change order work and extra work. | - Monitor and ensure that punch-list items are completed in a timely manner. | - Review cost sheets and keep updated with the help of the Project Manager. | - Monitor job costs. | - Assist Work Planning with estimates regarding, labor and equipment needs when requested. | - Handle daily project problems as needed. | - Responsible for working within assigned budget. | - Interacts daily with subordinates and frequent interaction with manager. | - External interactions are primarily with vendors and, or customers. | - May perform work of the same type as those being supervised, as well as, providing technical guidance. | - Attend weekly manpower, and supervisor meeting.
Posted Date 3 months ago(5/22/2020 11:24 AM)
ID
2020-2808
Location : Location
US-MD-Andrews AFB
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking a Senior Technologist / Principal Technologist to perform radiological surveys and monitor radiological conditions and work practices utilized by Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) and/or subcontractors in assigned areas. These assigned areas include U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) properties and other locations within the U.S. |   | Key Responsibilities - Senior Technologist: | - Assist in deployment and operation of radiation detection instrumentation in field operations. | - Assist in development of radiological emergency response procedures, including equipment operation and application in field operations. | - Maintain radiation detection equipment, including routine checks, calibrations, and troubleshooting. Develop and conduct training for other emergency responder on the capabilities of specific radiation detection equipment and techniques. | - Must be willing and able to travel worldwide as a member of National Nuclear Security Administration emergency response teams. | - Prior to use, verify that radiological instrumentation is functioning properly. Such instrumentation includes, but is not limited to, air sampling equipment, dose rate meters, and contamination monitors. | - Select and post various radiological signs to ensure that radiological work sites are properly identified to prevent unauthorized access. | - Research records of potential radiological sites to determine whether sites are radiologically impacted. | - Review radiological work permits, work packages, and procedures, ensuring that work is performed in accordance with approved work control documents. | - Assist, as assigned, in accident or occurrence investigations. | - Ensure that corrective actions taken to mitigate hazards are properly implemented and effective in eliminating unsafe conditions. | - Ensure generation of records for radiation surveys and other job activities utilize appropriate forms and logbooks, as required. | - Implement stop work authority in a responsible manner when radiological or safety conditions warrant. | - Maintain training and qualifications current and attend onsite and offsite training as necessary to maintain competency in the radiological control field. | - Maintains, operates, and ensures calibration of a variety of sampling and monitoring equipment and ensures equipment is functioning properly. | - Serve as a technician for emergency response operations and deploy in exercises and real world deployments. |   | Key Responsibilities - Principal Technologist: | - Plans and conducts work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection, application, adaptation, and modification of standard techniques, guidelines, procedures, and criteria. Devises new approaches to maintenance, operations, testing. | - Must be willing and able to travel worldwide as a member of National Nuclear Security Administration emergency response teams. | - Prior to use, verify that radiological instrumentation is functioning properly. Such instrumentation includes, but is not limited to, air sampling equipment, dose rate meters, and contamination monitors. | - Select and post various radiological signs to ensure that radiological work sites are properly identified to prevent unauthorized access. | - Research records of potential radiological sites to determine whether sites are radiologically impacted. | - Review radiological work permits, work packages, and procedures, ensuring that work is performed in accordance with approved work control documents. | - Ensure that corrective actions taken to mitigate hazards are properly implemented and effective in eliminating unsafe conditions. | - Participate in briefings and advise other personnel on radiological conditions and requirements of a particular work situation. | - Ensure generation of records for radiation surveys and other job activities utilize appropriate forms and logbooks, as required. | - Implement stop work authority in a responsible manner when radiological or safety conditions warrant. | - Support/participate with and be a member of various emergency response teams with the potential of U.S. and worldwide travel. | - Maintains, operates, and ensures calibration of a variety of sampling and monitoring equipment and ensures equipment is functioning properly. | - Must be able to assist in development of radiological emergency response procedures, including equipment operation and application in filed operations. | - Maintain radiation detection equipment, including routine checks, calibrations, and troubleshooting. Develop and conduct training for other emergency responder on the capabilities of specific radiation detection equipment and techniques.
Posted Date 2 days ago(8/10/2020 3:02 PM)
ID
2020-2805
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking an experienced Principal Emergency Response Specialist who will service as an Operations Command Center (OCC) Operations Controller. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Ability to work efficiently in a high stress, dynamic, and team oriented environment. | - Ability to think tactically and possess solid problem-solving skills. | - Act as the initial point of contact for emergencies at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). | - Make time-urgent decisions such as Categorization and Classification of operational emergencies and determining initial protective actions on the NNSS. | - Perform time-constrained internal and external notifications. | - Act as the OCC lead during drills, exercises, contingencies, and emergencies. | - Operate communications and data processing equipment; classified video conferencing equipment; Emergency Communications Network equipment; and, electronic notification systems. | - Maintain electronic logs. | - Plans, researches, and participates in training activities for team members. | - Assists in the preparation, review, and approval of functional organization implementing and supporting procedures. | - Work in a rotating shift environment | - Perform related tasks as assigned by supervisor.
Posted Date 4 months ago(4/22/2020 11:04 AM)
ID
2020-2799
Location : Location
US-NV-Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is has an opening for a Project Manager II who will serve as the Manager for the Emergency Communications Services Division (ECSD), Emergency Communications Network (ECN) Program Management Office (ECN PMO) Department. This position is located at the Remote Sensing Lab- Nellis AFB, Las Vegas, NV. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Provide management and technical leadership to a diverse group of IT cyber and network staff, technical and satellite staff which support nuclear emergency response programs and efforts to support and innovate on behalf of those programs. | - The Project Manager II is responsible for leading IT project teams supporting ECN programs and projects. | - Directly interfaces with program managers, project managers, and project teams across the enterprise to promote effective project initiation and planning, risk management, project execution, and the development of lessons learned. | - Leads project teams in scope of work development, work breakdown structure and dictionary development, resource loaded schedule development, risk analysis, and cost estimate development leading to the establishment of project baselines. | - Assists mission programs in developing and maintaining formal customer contact, negotiating schedules and milestones, coordinating the participation of responsible entities, stakeholder communications and developing and monitoring detailed budgets and schedules to assure project objectives and schedules are met, and work is performed within budget and to required quality levels. | - During project execution phases, leads project teams in applying earned value management techniques, monitoring and reporting project performance and developing variance analysis with recovery method identification. | - Promotes project management best practices and coaches project team members in applying the necessary skills, knowledge, and abilities that promote project success and continuous improvement. | - Accept individual responsibility and accountability for environment, safety, health, and quality processes within personal control, personal safety, and the safety of co-workers. | - Comply with established regulations and procedures for environment, safety, health, and quality and perform duties in a way that will not cause personal danger, endanger other individuals, or violate environment, safety, health, and quality regulations. | - Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision. | - Understand the principles associated with the Mission Support and Test Service, LLC (MSTS) safety concept. | - Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
Posted Date 4 months ago(4/21/2020 12:42 PM)
ID
2020-2788
Location : Location
US-CA-Livermore
Responsibilities (Text Only)
We have multiple openings for Mechanical Designers (Technologist / Senior Technologist) to participate in new and ongoing projects that are aligned with the vision, strategies, and Business Processes of Livermore Operations, for the National Security Enterprise (NSE). You will report to the Livermore Operations Design Supervisor and be located in Livermore, California. The Technologist / Senior Technologist will work directly with Engineers and Designers as an integral member of growing the organizations technical abilities. |   | Key Responsibilities |   | Technologist level: | - Plans and conducts mechanical design/drafting work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection, application, and modification of standard techniques, guidelines, procedures, and criteria. | - Prepares technical documents such as: engineering, manufacturing, and inspection drawings, operational manuals, bill of materials, etc. as required. | - Mechanical design support for product concepts received from Engineering, through detailed designs including 3D CAD modeling and mechanical drawings | Senior Technologist Level: | - Plans and conducts mechanical design/drafting work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection, application, and modification of standard techniques, guidelines, procedures, and criteria. | - Prepares technical documents such as: engineering, manufacturing, and inspection drawings, operational manuals, bill of materials, etc. as required. | - Mechanical design support for product concepts received from Engineering, through detailed designs including 3D CAD modeling and mechanical drawings. | - Generates Engineering Change Order (ECOs) and all supporting documentation for drawing release. | - Basic knowledge of welding, machining, manufacturing and procurement principles, policies, and procedures.