- Direct all phases of programs for multiple SPP/SIPP customers with varying levels of complexity of scope, unique customer requirements and or visibility from inception through completion. | - Lead through example in a matrixed IPT structure. | - Responsible for the cost, schedule and technical performance including risk identification and mitigation. | - Participate in the negotiation of contracts and contract changes. | - Coordinate the preparation of proposals, business plans, proposal work statements and specifications, operating budgets and financial terms/conditions of contracts. | - Act as primary customer contact for program activities, leading program review sessions with customer to discuss cost, schedule and technical performance. | - Support the Execution team in application of advanced principles, theories, concepts and techniques to provide solutions to a variety of technical problems. | - Support new business developments including expand the scope for current programs. | - Establish milestones and monitor adherence to master plans and schedules. | - Identify program problems and obtain solutions, such as allocation of resources or changing contractual specifications. | - Directs the work of employees assigned to the program from technical and administrative areas (including subcontracts). | - Scope of responsibility is $50M - $100M and includes responsibility for mentoring other Program Managers, Project Managers, and Project Control Specialists.
- Purchases all goods and services needed to operate the Housing, Food Services and Custodial Departments (HFC). Serves as departments Oracle Requisition Preparer and P-Card holder. Also qualified Responsible Requester. | - Responsible for maintaining all licensing and permitting for the HFC. | - Qualified STR for all POs utilized by the HFC requiring one (US Foods, Sysco, DSCP and Nevada Linen Supply). | - Performs general administrative duties as needed. | - Additional tasks assigned by HFC Management team as they arise. | - Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision. Understand the principles associated with the Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) safety concept. Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
Key Responsibilities | - Manages small projects (<$5M TPC). Responsible for all aspects of the Small Scale Dynamic Vessel Experiment(SSDVE) project over the entire lifecycle (initiation, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing). | - Specifically, the interpretation of requirements and documents relating to support the SSDVE project and the creation and approval of operational checklists, procedures, and any other required documents to execute the safe operations of the SSDVE project. This includes but not limited to required Authorization Basis approvals, Project estimating & reporting, Project Planning and Coordination of both labor and non-labor resources. This requires the interfacing with DOE, National Laboratories, and the various MSTS directorates for project resource support. The individual will be required to travel in support of project meetings as well as visits to the NNSS where the SSDVE project will be conducted. | - Uses MSTS project management processes, techniques, and tools. | - Supports the Project Management Directorate mission. | 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. | |
Key Responsibilities | - Create and execute weekly work schedules for maintenance and construction crews, to include the organization and generation of preventive maintenance work packages | - Conduct daily and weekly scheduling meetings with managers | - Plan and adjust schedules | - Carry over unfinished work to next week’s schedules | - Schedule, coordinate, and expedite work as necessary to ensure contractual requirements, and project completion times are met | - Ensure all required material is on hand prior to scheduling work | - Work closely with customers and other scheduling groups to identify priorities and job requirements, coordinate access, establish work schedules, and report work progress | - Schedule work to minimize equipment downtime and customer inconvenience | - Take part in the Continuous Improvement of Work Control processes and procedures | - Utilize the scheduling database to provide up to date status reports regarding workload/backlog trends, work completion times, labor utilization, shop performance, and work order status | - Recommend reporting methods, which monitor open work to meet contractual requirements | - Perform related duties as assigned | - Promote quality and customer service
This Senior Administrative Specialist position is in support of the newly Project Execution Office Manager, which resides within the Mission Support Directorate. | - With discretion and independent judgement, read and analyze incoming emails for the Project Execution Office Manager. | - Review, maintain, and create appointments in Outlook to include arranging conference rooms for scheduled meetings and/or conference calls to include organizing meeting materials and presentations. | - Apply knowledge and experience to compose correspondence and various reports. | - Submit and approve telephone service requests. | - Capture minutes at meeting. | - Perform Time Administrative duties in PeopleSoft and pull various reports. | - Develop and maintain organizational charts in Visio. | - Arrange travel reservations and process expensive report. | - Schedule training and run training reports in Plateau. | - Order and maintain office supplies. | - Prepare job requisitions, transfer, and reclassification of the organizational unit’s employees. | - Develop and maintain SharePoint web page. | - Analyzes existing and proposed reports. | - Develop relationship as needed to perform work effectively. | - Maintains records inventories within iCon as the Records Coordinator for the organization. | - Direct office operations, including reproduction, supply inventory, and equipment services. | - Works independently on special projects. | - Contribute to improving operations/processes, solving problems, and addressing issues for improving work group effectiveness | - Work schedule will be 9/80s at North Las Vegas Facility.
The Superintendent is subject matter expert for the management of craft personnel and others that perform maintenance and modification activity level work. Is the point of contact for activity level work safety and issue resolution. | | Key Responsibilities | - Reporting directly to the Nuclear Maintenance Manager, perform the functions of Superintendent, with underground experience background preferred | - Takes day-to-day direction from the Nuclear Maintenance Manager on assignments and will be charged with giving final direction and coordination to craft employees | - Directing emergency maintenance, and routine maintenance and modification work performed on real property | - Assignment of craft personnel and others who perform maintenance and modification activity level work | - Making technical decisions in the field without impacting requirements | - Assisting in the acquisition of maintenance and modification materials | - Compliance with the Collective Bargaining Agreements | - Coordination of manpower and equipment in support of maintenance and modification activity level work execution | - Adherence to safety and nuclear maintenance standards | - Participates in Plan of the Day, Pre-Job Briefings, Post-Job Debriefings, and Safety Tailgates | - Ensuring craft personnel and others who perform maintenance and modification activity level work are trained and qualified to perform their assigned tasks | - Safely execute work | - Participation in maintenance and modification related cost estimates | - Implementation of Conduct of Operations and Nuclear Maintenance Management requirements |
We are seeking an experienced and highly skilled talent acquisition professional with the ability to work collaboratively with hiring managers to build and maintain strong relationships, as well as, understand and anticipate hiring needs and develop recruiting strategies to ensure positions are filled in a timely manner. This role will specifically focus on the sourcing and recruitment of Scientific, Technical, Engineering and Math (STEM) professionals. This position is posted as a Sr. Technical Recruiter and may be elevated to a Principal or Sr. Principal Recruiter level based on the qualifications and skills of the successful candidate. Our Senior Technical Recruiter will play a critical role in ensuring we hire the best possible STEM talent necessary to deliver important mission objectives.
- Responsible for end-user desktop and service desk support. | - Support includes, but are not limited to, the installation, operation, maintenance, troubleshooting, repairing of equipment hardware, peripherals, including printers, scanners, and multifunction devices and software commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) and in-house applications throughout the Mission Support and Test Services. | - Specialty support may be required of Active Directory (AD), AD Group Policy Objects, Windows 7/10, Mac Operating Systems, Microsoft Office Suite, advanced support and setup of Microsoft Outlook.
As an integral part of the General Accounting team, you will work on monthly, quarterly and annual financial reporting and analysis. Your work will have a direct impact on the financial success of the company. | - Perform work as part of the Standard Accounting and Reporting System (STARS) team responsible for external reporting to the Department of Energy (DOE) to include: monthly cost submission, preparing various internal and external reports, and preparing financial statements | - Perform account reconciliations and analysis | - Review relocation reimbursements in compliance with MSTS Human Resource Company Directive | - Lead or assist with special projects as assigned | - Learn Property and Inventory responsibilities to perform back-up duties as needed | - Perform other back-up duties as assigned | - Adhere to company policies, procedures, and directives. |
This position will perform duties as the Business Specialist and a member of the Program Management Excellence (PMEX) organization in the Resource Planning and Integration Office (RPIO) Directorate. This position will support and interface directly with the multiple Directorates, Program and Project Managers, functional managers, and team members within RPIO. | | The PMEX organization is responsible for (1) Developing excellence with the Enterprise project management processes and tools, (2) Develop training course material, education program and project personnel, (3) Surveil project applications of the company’s processes, with an emphasis on Earned Value Management (EVM) techniques, to identify areas for recommendation and improvement, and (4) Assist, coach, and mentor project personnel and teams. This individual will be responsible in leading these core deliverables and to train, assist, coach, and mentor project personnel and teams. | | Key Responsibilities | - Lead development and execution of several simultaneous efforts to support program and project teams across the Enterprise as assigned. | - Lead project surveillance program to identify strengths and opportunities for improvement. | - Possess the acumen to deliver results in a positive team-reinforcing manner as assigned. | - Lead Program Management Maturity Model to improve current company project efficiency and develop a road to the next level of maturity as assigned. | - Lead divisional efforts in coordinating with Information Technology (IT) and capturing, communicating, and validate system requirements as assigned. | - Lead, develop, and teach training courses (project management and project controls) to educate program and project personnel as assigned. | - Apply project management best practices and processes, such as planning, work authorization, monitoring project performance, and controlling the project baseline as assigned. | - Develop relationships with program and project teams and build trust. | - Support business reviews, information requests data collection, analysis, and reporting. | - Implement Enterprise program/project management tools, standard program metrics, as well as training, development, and communication. | - Understand industry accepted best practices and guidelines for Project Management, Program Management, and Project Controls. With the emphasis on U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Order 413.3b, American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard ANSI/EIA-748, and PM-30 Earned Value Management Systems Compliance Review Standard Operating Procedure (ECRSOP). | - Results focused with successful track record of accomplishments through skilled use of influence, persuasion, negotiation, and problem solving. | - Update company procedures, directives, policies, descriptions, forms, or work instructions related to project management, program management, or project controls. | - Support functional project management tools as requested for Deltek Cobra and Oracle’s Primavera P6 Professional Project Management. | - Provide Subcontract Technical Representative (STR) support for Project Management and Project Controls staff augmentation contracts. | - Support and prioritize user issues with Cobra, Primavera P6, and Project Controls Reporting System (PCRS) and route as appropriate to Cobra support contractor or IT. | - Support and maintain public and private departmental SharePoint sites. | - Support and maintain Reporting Monthly Processing Calendar. | - Coordinate with end users to capture requirements in coordinating with IT to create standard enterprise reports for programs. | - Meet with report requestors to document the needs for requests being made. | - Develop relationships with employees to better understand their processes and business needs. | - Facilitate Annual Task Plan preparedness efforts for Business Systems. | - Participate in continuous improvement and adaptive reviews to meet annual planning events, critical changes, and special topics. | - Develop and coordinate long-range plans in accordance with company policy and objectives and DOE’s present and future requirements. | - Develop and implement programs to give the company opportunities to meet its contractual work requirements in an efficient and economic manner. | - Work with customers and DOE to evaluate the most effective schedules and methods to perform planning work. | - Gather and organize information on programs or plan problems, or procedures. | - Analyze data gathered and develop solutions or alternative methods of processing. | - Plan study of work problems and procedures, such as information flow and integrated production methods.
| Seeking an experienced PeopleSoft HRMS PeopleSoft Application Technical developer proficient in PeopleSoft technical tools in support of PeopleSoft HRMS 9.2, including, but not limited to, PeopleTools 8.55+, Application Designer, Change Assistant, Virtual Box technology, SQR, PeopleCode, BI Publisher, Application Packages, Application Engine, Process Scheduler, Approval Workflow Engine, Query, strong SQL skills and strong debugging skills. | - Candidate will be a strong technical and functional knowledge in PeopleSoft North American Payroll, HR, Benefits, Benefit Self Service, Employee Self Service, and Time & Labor. | - Requires working closely with the users to support the existing application, gather business requirements and assist them with developing sound business solutions with best practices in mind. | - Performs system analysis, development or maintenance techniques as it relates to PeopleSoft. | - Implements and adheres to schedules and design specifications. | - Writes internal specification documentation, design solutions, develop software code, prepares test plans, tests data, observes results and corrects program code to resolve any differences.
This leadership role is accountable for IT network infrastructure and operations in the enterprise. The head of Enterprise Network Services (ENS) is responsible for the effective and efficient delivery of all third-party and internally managed IT network and communications infrastructure used to support business process and services across the enterprise. This is achieved through the effective delivery of IT services through the management and orchestration of people, products, providers and processes. | Key Responsibilities | - Manage and lead an Enterprise Service team of Network and VoIP Engineers, Fiber Optic and Land Mobile Radio and Microwave technicians. | - Must have demonstrable leadership skills in a fast paced environment. | - Sets the mission and vision of the ENS organization to foster a business-oriented culture and mindset driven by continual service improvement techniques. | - Leads the development of the ENS organization service strategy and technical roadmap, and ensures its integration with the overall IT and enterprise strategic plans. | - Works with the IT senior leadership team on the service portfolio and governance required to prioritize resources, including budget. | - Acts as a trusted advisor, and builds and maintains relationships with other IT leaders and business executives to develop a clear understanding of business needs. Ensures cost-effective delivery of IT services to meet those needs, and is able to respond with the agility required to address changing business priorities. | - Leverages influencing and negotiation skills across IT and the enterprise to enable cost-effective and innovative shared solutions in the achievement of business goals. | - Participates in the assessment of external and internal technology capabilities required to achieve desired competitive positioning. | - Provides strategic direction and oversight for the design, development, operation and support of network and communications systems that fulfill the needs of the business, including the full life cycle of technical architecture, infrastructure engineering, infrastructure operations and IT service support. | - Ability to accomplish staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; developing, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, procedures, and productivity standards. | - Maintains staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees; maintaining a safe, secure, and legal work environment; developing growth opportunities | - Responsible for creating an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues. | - Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision. Understand the principles associated with the Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) safety concept. Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives. | - Perform related work as assigned by manager.
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: | - 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. | - The Analytics and Sensors Program Manager will 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 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. | - The job has excellent growth potential given into Program Management given hard work and dedication to the nuclear non-proliferation mission of reducing the threat of nuclear weapons around the globe.
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.
THIS IS A CASUAL POSITION WORKING A MAXIMUM OF 900 HOURS PER CALENDAR YEAR. | | Key Responsibilities | - Will escort general public and programmatic tours to National Nuclear Security Administration/Nevada Field Office (NFO) Facilities. Locations include the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS), Remote Sensing Laboratory, NFO and other locations as required. | - Drive a 15-passenger van and minibus; assist with coordination of logistics such as water, lunches etc.; and meet visitors at pick-up location stated on itinerary. | - Educate visitors on security and safety requirements and make appropriate notifications if security and safety requirements are not followed. | - Assist in badging process and keep the Site Operations Center informed as required. | - Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
- This will be a direct-funded Expeditor position. | - Fulfill the duties and responsibilities as Field Material Coordinator (FMC) at the Nevada National Security Site for various other direct funded projects. | - Supports the CP100 Supervisor to ensure the proper application of material control functions identified in the Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) Quality program are implemented and in compliance. | - Provide traceability and control of material from procurement to issuance and final disposition, including the following areas: procurement of materials and services, receipt, inspection handling, storage, retrieval, issuance, and disposal turn-in; facilities equipment, and tools; maintenance tools and equipment control; and control and coordination of calibrations for measuring and testing equipment. | - Establish, maintain, and inventory controlled material storage areas. | - Ensure compliance with material storage requirements. | - Process procurement requests in Oracle database to buy material for Category 1 and 2 Facilities along with general service items. | - Manage Quality Grade (QG) staging area for material to include requisition, receipt and issue, storage, and inventory control. | - Issue material to work packages and update Quality Management System (QMTS) and Maximo records to ensure traceability of material is captured. | - Manage MT&E stored and issued from CP-100. | - Provide FMC support for DAF, JASPER and the CP-100 material control area as needed. | - Plans, schedules and manages the efficient movement of material from receiving or the warehouse to production. | - Develops raw material requirements, scheduling requirements from engineering specifications, production schedules, plans and manages material movement with purchasing, warehouse, and production. | - Prepares recommendations for work planning and scheduling with maintenance, construction, and various other organizations. | - Coordinate with other departments to ensure accountability of all purchased material. | - Ensures needed materials are on hand and ready for use. | - Performs a wide variety of activities of broad scope, related to key business and technical operations, processes, programs, and projects. | - Participates in work planning and schedules with Project Managers. | - Prepare reports, procedures and deliverables for management. | - Performs related work as assigned by manager. | - | Work schedule is 4/10s.
Position is as Fire Chief to provide overall management of the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) Fire & Rescue (F&R) department; both bargaining and non-bargaining. | | Key Responsibilities | - Administer, plan, direct and control all aspects including administration, fire suppression, fire prevention and rescue activities of the Fire & Rescue (F&R) Department. | - Ensure compliance with company, state, and federal requirements. | - Maintain levels of support identified in the Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) authorization basis, associated execution plan, and baseline needs assessment documents. | - Plan, direct and supervise through subordinate officers activities of the NNSS F&R. | - Develop department goals and objectives. | - Perform annual performance appraisals for subordinate officers. | - Approve payroll and training requests, review travel expenses, etc. for subordinate officers. | - Develop and implement the NNSS F&R annual operating budget and manage monthly budget expenditures. Develop and maintain five-year strategic plans for NNSS F&R. Ensure that safety objectives are met and employee concerns are addressed. Develop and review Corrective Action Plans for the company issues management program. Develop, implement and review NNSS F&R company directives, procedures, and desktop instruction documentation. | - Training programs developed and implemented in accordance with accepted standards to improve the understanding and skill of all staff in firefighting, rescue procedures, and medical first responders. | - Periodically review, approve, and evaluate the firefighting, EMS, rescue and other training programs conducted by subordinate supervisors. | - Observe training by occasionally attending classroom sessions and demonstrated performance exercises. | - Function as the Incident Commander (IC) during emergency responses as required. Maintain qualifications and currency as the Fire/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) cadre lead in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC). | - Coordinate and review fire protection agreements with offsite agencies. | - Serve as the single point of contact and authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) for the U.S. Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration Nevada Field Office (NNSA/NFO) NNSS F&R operations. | - Serve as the point-of-contact for the Explosives Safety AHJ or Unexploded Ordnance Team (UXOT) for unexploded ordnance mitigation and Incident Action Planning (TAP). | - Promote and actively participate in the MSTS, LLC safety concept; support and, encourage employee participation in MSTS initiatives.
The primary role of the Field Engineer is to support the Construction Manager to ensure construction project Configuration Management. | - Ensures designs are properly reviewed, purchased, executed, installed, tested and documented in accordance with the latest issued construction documents | - Review Engineering documents for constructability | - Verify, calculate and report daily/weekly construction quantities installed | - Observation of construction activities for individual projects | - Prepare turnover packages, including creating and tracking punch list items | - Complete Lifting and Rigging Plans | - Prepare, review and approve material requisitions
Key Responsibilities | - Contributes in the coordination and execution of diverse and innovative research to solve physics-based problems in support of Department of Energy (DOE) nuclear non-proliferation activities, as well as Department of Defense (DOD) and IC customers. | - Contribute to strategies, reports and technical proposals, and prepare concept designs and analytical methods. | - Utilize commercial, government, and/or research-developed modeling methodologies for complex problems that may involve fluid-structure-interaction, coupling with finite element solvers and thermal solvers, chemical reactions, and/or multiphase flows. | - Guide implementation and utilization of technology for both experimental and operational needs. | - Serve as an internal subject matter expert in your discipline and collaborate with project team members and partner labs throughout the DOE infrastructure and academia.
Key Responsibilities | - | Act as a team leader supporting assigned customers by timely, cost effectively, and efficiently managing the execution of all procurements. | | - | Provides 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. | - Coordinates and monitors 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. | - Working 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.