This position is for a Geographic Information System (GIS) Analyst. The primary focus of this position is the systematic collection, entry, validation, integration, visualization, and documentation of facility space configuration and utilization information. Analyst will work closely with facility SMEs for verification, validation, and integration of data. This position will be an active member of the Emergency Response Organization, filling the GIS Duty Position. | | Key Responsibilities | - Function as a member of the Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) GIS team, supporting activities at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). | - Perform GIS duties within an enterprise GIS capability supporting numerous projects and functions, including but not limited to facilities and infrastructure management, site operations, emergency services, environmental services, and engineering. | - Primary duties will include the collection, documentation, development, maintenance, visualization, and integration of GIS and Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) facility space configuration and utilization information. | - Work closely with facility managers, facility space planners, move coordinators, engineers, CAD designers, and emergency preparedness personnel. | - Involvement in all aspects of the data cycle, including researching, planning, and conducting field collections, data entry and documentation, quality assessment, validation and verification, reporting and visualization, and integration with other enterprise information stores. |
Serve as a Nuclear Facilities Work Window Coordinator to perform as an intermediary between operations, maintenance, work planning, procurement, engineering, construction, and other support organizations. As an integral part of our Nuclear Asset Operations team, you will collaborate with external and internal partners to attain desired success states and sustain operations at NNSS Nuclear Facilities. | | Key Responsibilities | | Plans, organizes and directs programs and/or processes applicable to Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) nuclear facilities, operations and activities. Duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: | - Ensure planned operations, maintenance and construction activities can be executed as scheduled during their assigned work execution periods. | - Verify associated work packages have been generated and approved, necessary parts are on hand, special authorizations have been obtained and necessary resources are available. | - Provide feedback to the maintenance and scheduling organizations related to viability of schedules. | - Drive work planning and engineering priorities for activities related to future work execution. | - Interface with procurement organization for parts prioritization and future needs. | - 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. | -
THIS IS A LIMITED-TERM REGULAR FULL-TIME POSITION. SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE CAN BE EMPLOYED UP TO TWO YEARS, WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF ONE ADDITIONAL YEAR, BASED ON THE ORGANINZATIONS' NEEDS. | | Reporting to the Director of Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Programs, within the NNSA Mission Programs Directorate, the postdoctoral researcher will develop scientific and engineering solutions in support of the Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation mission. | | | Key Responsibilities | - Projects will include one or more of the following R&D subject areas: Uranium/Plutonium Production Detection, Weaponization Detection, Radiation Detection, Emergency Response, Safeguards, Nuclear Test Detection, Remote Detection, Data Science, and Nuclear Forensics. | - The postdoctoral researcher will also play an active role in the Site-Directed Research and Development program. | - Supporting scientific role in the development, fielding, and analysis of data from complex measurement systems, with a focus on basic and applied research in nonproliferation. | - Requires active participation in the field with the scientific, technical, and engineering teams, direct interaction with experimental partners from the National Security Laboratories, and independently driven model and algorithm development. | - Will develop relationships with the laboratory partners and experimental operations personnel, also reporting on accomplishments to internal and external stakeholders. | - In addition to supporting nonproliferation projects, will be expected to engage in the Site-Directed Research and Development program. | - This includes publishing scientific results and presenting research developments at professional meetings and conferences and to university partners. | - Any standard MSTS work location will be considered for placement. Work at the NNSS may be required in support of these functions, as well as travel to NNSS remote sites and other DOE National Laboratories.
Key Responsibilities | - Assist with account provisions including new accounts, terminations and disabling. | - Provide assistance unlocking accounts including RSA fobs and password resets. | - Maintain workstations and VDI management. | - Deploy new zero clients and printers. | - Maintain VDI image including patching, software updates. | - SCCM – maintaining baseline applications (IE, Entrust, Titus, Symantec, Snare, Encase, Laps, RSA, Chrome). | - Assist with FISMA (Federal Information Security Management Act) Data Calls. | - Manage and configures Desktop STIGs (Security Technical Implementation Guides). | - Responsible for VTC coordination. | - Provide support for presentations. | - Support Entrust including key recovery, creation and updates. | - Provide desktop application support including Outlook, digital signatures, Adobe and additional functions.
Perform accounting activities associated with vendor and employee payments. Match vendor invoices to purchase orders and reimburse employee expenses in accordance with government regulations. Perform data analysis and account reconciliations in Oracle eBusiness Financial Systems. | | Key Responsibilities | - Expedite vendor payments to include coordination with vendors, Project Controls, Procurement, and Subcontract Technical Representatives | - Process purchase order and non-purchase order invoices, performing two-way and three-way matches | - Perform account reconciliations and analysis | - Prepare reports and assist with metric data gathering and analysis | - Ensure W9s are received from all vendors | - Prepare Electronic Fund Transfers (EFTs) and check disbursement batches | - Import data files to generate automated disbursement batches | - Perform issue resolution through data analysis and customer interface | - 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 & Test Services, LLC (MSTS) safety concept. Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
Selected candidate will be assisting Nuclear Procedures, Records, and Document Control Technical Writers with document development and control for programs and operations at high hazard and nuclear facilities for mission work at the Nevada National Security Site | | Key Responsibilities | - Prepare and revise technical procedures and administrative procedures per required process and writing requirements. | - Facilitate walk-downs and table-tops. | - Facilitate reviews, comment resolution, approval and publication for documents. | - Prepare graphics for procedures. | - Provide technical writing support for all types of documentation, including reports, presentations, timely orders, etc. | - Maintain templates and writing styles. | - Provide input to processes. | - Mentor new tech writers. | - Review the writing and editing of other technical writers to ensure that documents meet company-established quality standards and are completed on time. | - Develop and revise desktop instructions for writing and processing consistency. | - Coordinate with supervisor and manager to resolve problems that affect company procedure work-flow and quality. | - Verify and research technical information for document development and revision. | - Qualify as Lead Nuclear Planner. | - Qualify as Derivative Classifier/UCNI Reviewing Official (DCRO). | - Perform Management Assessments.
- Serve as an IT Support Specialist II for the Emergency Communications Network (ECN) Program at the Remote Sensing Laboratory, Nellis (RSLN) on Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada. | - Assist with data entry, (Footprints, WASP, SOLARWinds), phones, customer request, ticketing workflow in the ECN Network Operation Center (NOC) | - Assist with the installation, operation, builds and maintenance of the Equipment, Software, Hardware, Video Teleconference, Audio Visual and Next Generation Mobile Kits. | - Assist with data entry, reports, inventory, end-user desktop and service desk support to include, but are not limited to, the installation, operation, maintenance, troubleshooting, repairing of equipment hardware, peripherals, including printers, scanners, and multifunction devices and software. | - Work with specific task direction and supervision from ECN Technical Staff. | - Learn basic technical procedures for data-collection and measurement. | - Perform routine work with supervision. | - Gather the customer’s information, determine the issue and ensure resolution. | - Support National Emergency Response group’s emergency response drills, exercises and real world events through on-call availability and travel via commercial and military aircraft when required. | - Travel as part of an installation or restoration team when directed.
As an integral part of the Nuclear Asset Operations (NAO) and Nuclear Facility Operations (NFO) team you will serve as representative for activities conducted at the NAO facilities. | | | Key Responsibilities | - Oversee the development and implementation of integrated schedules that combine, resource load and deconflict operations, maintenance, construction and user activities at NAO facilities. Address issues that arise with integrated schedule implementation at NAO facilities, as necessary. Assist in establishing priorities for operational activities. Provide management oversight, mentoring, and assessment of activities within area of responsibility. | - Establish clear responsibility and accountability for carrying out safety requirements. | - Anticipate risks and assure risks inherent in operations are identified and properly controlled. Assure support and guidance to supported facility, maintenance, construction and project teams to achieve and maintain safe working conditions. | - Champion safety initiatives and supports the directorate goals related to operating NAO facilities in a safe and cost efficient manner. | - Demonstrate environment, safety, health, and quality leadership and consistently enforce environment, safety, health, and quality policies and procedures. Implement applicable environment, safety, health, and quality requirements; emphasize the safety of each employee, and the protection of equipment and property in area of responsibility. Take immediate action to correct reported or observed unacceptable environment, safety, health and quality conditions and/or behaviors. Assure that appropriate procedures, training, equipment, warnings, and tools are provided to employees to permit work to be performed safely. Promote and actively participate in the Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) safety concept. Support and encourage employee participation in MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives | - Perform other tasks as assigned by management. | - Reports to the Nuclear Asset Operations Facility Operations Director represents the FOD in scheduling and deconfliction meetings with NAO facility management, the customer and user project management. Principal interactions are with NAO nuclear and NN-1 facility management, user project management and other MSTS organizational management personnel related to activities conducted at NAO facilities. | -
Safety Specialist I | - Provide construction safety support for assigned projects, such as waterline upgrades, Roof Asset Management program (RAMP), Mercury Modernization, MSTS construction activities, subcontractor oversight and other projects as assigned. | - Conduct studies and make recommendations related to potential or actual accident occurrences and hazards and the MSTS Accident Prevention Program. | - Assist higher level Safety Professionals in the development and implementation of methods for accident prevention. | - Advise Company personnel on matters concerning occupational safety, safety codes, and accident prevention programs. | - Assist field supervision in providing instruction or instructional material on accident prevention to subordinate personnel. Inspect work sites to identify potential or existing job hazards. Investigate accidents, including those involving vehicles, to determine relevant causes. | - Ensure timely and orderly completion of inspections, investigations, or reports. | - Serve as a communication point for occupational safety requirements and practices as assigned. | - Maintain awareness of current additions or revisions to safety codes and standards and applies to work responsibilities as necessary. | Safety Specialist II | | In addition to the above responsibilities, | - Advise company personnel on matters concerning occupational safety, safety codes, and accident prevention programs. | - Assist field supervision in providing instruction or instructional material on accident prevention to subordinate personnel. | - Ensure timely and orderly completion of inspections, investigations, or reports.
| Key Responsibilities | - Ensure the proper application of engineering functions and principles for the Maintenance Program for all non-nuclear/non-hazardous facilities. | - Responsible for the continued development of the Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) - Proactive/Predictive Program, which includes pre and post maintenance testing used for trending prediction. | - Expand and develop Preventive Maintenance/Predictive Maintenance (PM/PdM) tasks including recommended frequencies for inspection and preventative maintenance actions. | - Ensure the correct preventive/predictive maintenance requirements are identified in the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). | - Develop pre and post maintenance testing used for trending prediction. | - Update or create PM/PdM testing data sheets. | - Assist in the conversion from paper to electronic work orders packages to ensure the field data collected is available for analysis. | - Identify, scope and evaluate reliability improvement projects. | - Conduct root cause failure analysis (RCA), failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA), as part of the Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) program. | - Statistically analyze equipment performance data to assess reliability, maintainability, and availability. | - Responsible for maintaining and/or developing the Master Equipment List (MEL) for non-nuclear/non-hazardous facilities. | - This includes ensuring all new and/or existing assigned structures, systems and components (SSC) are properly entered into the MEL. | | - Assist Facility Managers (FM) in repair/replace decisions. | - Reviews engineering designs for maintainability and reliability. | - Ensure maintenance correction actions or repairs are not in violation of building codes. | - Responsible for the upgrading and maintaining the Maintenance History and Trending Schedule. | - Provide technical assistance to the maintenance planners in developing work packages as required. | - Assists in the review of work packages for technical content for systems found in non-nuclear/non-hazardous facilities. | | - Assist in the review of work order changes including PM deferrals and perform calculations for technical issues and code compliance. | - Provides engineered, alternative approaches whenever a PM is failing or has failed. | - Identify types and quantity of replacement parts required for spare parts inventory using maintenance history and predictive maintenance results. | - Review the occurrence reporting and processing system and lessons learned for issues potentially applicable to the maintenance engineering functions. | - Provides support for the identification, planning and preparation for seasonal facility readiness. | - Will oversee the start-up/commissioning of new or replacement structures, systems, and components (SSC). | - Supports the Facilities Maintenance Division Manager and will perform other tasks as assigned by the Maintenance Division Manager.
Key Responsibilities - Sr Safeguards & Security Specialist | - Under limited direction, may exercise reasonable latitude in determining computer and information security techniques to accomplish objectives. | - May conduct research, design, develop, and implement computer security/protection technologies for MSTS’s information and process systems/applications. | - May research and implement computer security for classified information security and communications security. | - Develops or assists in developing physical security, emergency procedures, and personal protection plans, programs, and criteria for Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS). | - Supervises implementation of security, emergency procedures, and personal protection programs. | - Supervises security staff, evaluates their performance, and recommends compensation and other personnel actions. | - Prepares specifications for contract security services, assists in evaluating contractor proposals, and supervises contractor activities. | - Maintains liaison with federal, state, and local law enforcement and emergency agencies to determine security risk conditions potentially affecting the security of MSTS. | - Organizes or assists in organizing training and coordination of emergency teams. | - Develops security awareness programs and presents training sessions for employees. | - Conducts investigations of criminal acts and potential threats against MSTS's interests. | - Coordinates investigative activities with appropriate management, formulates written reports, and presents oral briefings. | - Conducts audits or surveys of security programs and provides assistance and consulting services to management. | - Oversees the implementation and activities of a graded, effective safeguards program for control and accountability of nuclear material. | - Supervises nuclear material measurements, control, and accounting supporting the Material Control and Accountability (MC&A) program. | - Develops, coordinates, and maintains local the MC&A plan and procedures. | - Develops, coordinates, and implements facility security and project specific security plans. | - Performs Personnel Security, Human Reliability Program, and Unclassified Foreign Visit& Assignment actions. | - Performs security incident response actions and conducts inquires. | - Performs Facility Security Officer duties at the Remote Sensing Laboratory, Andrews, AFB. | Key Responsibilities - Principal Safeguards & Security Specialist | - Provides senior-level security supervision to security personnel and guidance on security policies, programs, and procedures. | - Assists business development or staff in preparing proposals, scope or security services, and cost estimates. | - Supervises audits and evaluates effectiveness of security programs and procedures. | - Develops or assists in the preparation of security policies and procedures, and submits instructions and information to Mission Support and Test Services LLC and clients. | - Prepares and provides security presentations to Mission Support and Test Services LLC senior management and their employees and clients on physical and procedural safeguards. | - Supervises, trains, and evaluates security personnel; makes recommendations on personnel and salary administration; and interviews and recommends the hiring of security personnel. | - Provides management technical security information, assists engineers in incorporating security into projects, and identifies and interprets security standards and regulatory requirements for management. | - Provides security services and assistance on security systems, participates in project development, prepares security plans, and conducts surveys and audits. | - Represents Security Department at meetings and consultations with client representatives, governmental security agencies, and industry associates. | - Ensures implementation and maintenance of provisions for the safekeeping of internal security data, assists in administering security programs for internal security data, assists in administering security programs to meet regulatory requirements specified by government contracts, and protects client or Mission Support and Test Services LLC proprietary information. | - Develops emergency plans and coordinates them with management. | - Advises management of security program developments and makes recommendations on organization and staffing requirements. | - Oversees the implementation and activities of a graded, effective safeguards program for control and accountability of nuclear material. | - Supervises nuclear material measurements, control, and accounting supporting the Material Control and Accountability (MC&A) program. | - Develops, coordinates, and maintains local the MC&A plan and procedures. | - Performs Facility Security Officer Duties at the Remote Sensing Laboratory, Andrews, AFB.
The Engineering Department is seeking a talented and dedicated individual to serve as the Engineering Civil, Structural, Architectural and Mining Manager in our design department. | | This manager will provide multi-discipline support for multiple projects of varying scope. They will be responsible for direct management of engineering personnel, the technical adequacy and completeness of designs, ensuring engineering priorities are supported as planned and scheduled, as well as ensuring staff compliance to codes, standards, and company processes. | | Key Responsibilities | - | The successful manager must be capable of providing daily oversight, technical and administrative direction to 5 or more individuals along with serving as Subcontract Technical Representative for staff augmentation and A&E task order contracts. This position also require the individual to function with little oversight from management. | | - | Daily responsibilities as an Engineering Manager include, but are not limited to, the 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. The Manager will 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. | | - | The Manager will also 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. | | - | The Manager 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. | | - | The Manager may also 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. | | - | The Manager exercises 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. | | - | The Manager will also interface with other team members, analyze processes and procedures to increase efficiency, monitor group performance against metrics and goals, perform employee performance evaluations, work with employees to develop goals. Will also create an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues. Must accept individual responsibility and accountability for environment, safety, health, and quality processes within personal control, personal safety, and the safety of co-workers.
Key Responsibilities: | - Responsible for low-level, mixed waste, classified waste, and Transuranic (TRU) waste characterization, profile development, and classification for treatment and disposal on the Nevada National Security Site and off-site facilities. | - Write waste sampling and analysis plans, conduct analytical data validation, analyze radiological and non-radiological data, and select appropriate treatment and disposal paths. | - Support the Development and maintenance of procedures. | - Implementation of federal regulations as they pertain to characterization and shipping of waste. | - Maintain compliance with multiple facilities waste acceptance criteria. | - Perform reviews of package manufacturing company drawings/instructions to ensure compliance. | - Interpretation of technical information pertaining to waste. | - Support internal and external audits and assessments of waste programs and vendors. | - interact with several NNSS and offsite waste generators. | - Assist in the development and maintenance of organizational procedures. | |
Key Responsibilities | - Provide U1a support for construction of assigned projects, UCEP, waterline upgrades, Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) and subcontract construction activities and other duties as assigned. | - Support the U1a Work Planning Center, conduct walk downs and work package reviews, and provide oversite of work performance including off shift and non-standard work shifts if needed. | - Develop, implement, and administer methods for accident prevention in close coordination with management and supervisory personnel. | - Advise Company personnel, DOE, and user agencies on matters concerning occupational safety, safety codes, and accident prevention programs. | - Plan and coordinate the development and implementation of training, instruction, and individual course studies for field supervisors and may conduct these sessions. | - Examine plans and specifications for construction and equipment operations to ensure all occupational safety precautions have been included. | - Inspect work sites to identify potential or existing job hazard and investigates violations of safety codes and regulations. | - Investigate accidents, including those involving vehicles, to determine relevant causes. | - Recommend changes in equipment and processes to correct unsafe conditions. | - Direct enforcement of occupational safety regulations and prohibits work in unsafe conditions. | - Prepare and publicize safety reports, bulletins, codes, and studies. | - Provide resource and interpretation for all applicable occupational safety codes, standards, and technical development. | - Develop and administer accident and statistical reporting systems and documentation procedures.
Key Responsibilities | | Scientist II | - Provide hazardous materials support to Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) employees, supervisors and managers in areas assigned. Assignments include but are not limited to performing review of requisitions for chemical purchases. Utilize Maximo to create chemical records and enter chemicals into inventory system. Perform inventories of storage locations. Print chemical barcodes/Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags, and provide assistance as needed to shipping/receiving warehouse with barcoding/RFID tagging chemicals. Inventory and performing routine verifications of chemical storage locations. | - Other duties include performing Periodic Reviews of storage locations and providing feedback to facility personnel, Participate in Project Planning Meetings. Support operations and activities in maintaining chemical storage, compatibility, and conducting field inspections and other assessments to evaluate status. Tracking deficiencies to closure, taking initiative to resolve problems or issues relating to compliance and reviewing planning and operational documents to ensure chemical requirements are incorporated. | - Position involves developing and revising procedures relating to chemical safety; assisting with preparation and delivery of presentation on chemical safety; preparing reports for internal and external customers, coordinating recordkeeping by maintaining status of specialized documents, records, and files, performing administrative tasks of a specialized nature to research, analyze, and develop projects and assignments. | - Responsibilities may extend to similar/related work as assigned by supervisor. | - Position involves indoor work in an office setting and outdoor work in construction areas, activities in extreme temperatures, work in chemical protective clothing, work in construction areas including underground areas, and in nuclear facilities, and work with employees in all levels and professions. | Senior Scientist | | In addition to the duties described above, the Senior Scientist position will | - Perform studies, surveys, and investigations of industrial and maintenance operations to identify potential risks associated with use of chemicals that present unique hazards to personnel and/or the environment. | - Evaluate proposed new work processes or chemicals to ensure incorporation of adequate chemical safety measures. | - Review projects to evaluate use of chemicals, incompatibilities, and evaluate changes chemicals could undergo during project activities. | - Serve as a dedicated team member to projects utilizing chemicals during project activities. |
Serve as an Operations Command Center (OCC) Duty Manager. | | 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.
Provide engineering system design and field support for Control Systems supporting physics experiments within Test and Evaluation's Nevada Operations. | - Independently perform complex engineering assignments demanding contributions calling for the application of specialized and or advanced engineering principles at the conceptual level and professional resourcefulness. | - Provide support for the design, development, and fielding of custom hardware/software solutions for the Diagnostic Research and Materials Studies group, providing additional support to Site-Directed Research and Development projects. | - Projects will be used in support of experiments conducted at the Nevada National Security Site and at Department of Energy (DOE) laboratories in support of the Stockpile Stewardship and Site-Directed Research and Development programs. | - Provide fielding support as needed for diagnostic and control systems in national laboratories experiments. | - Maintain and develop relationships with national laboratory customers at various levels (primarily scientists, engineers, and technicians). | - Perform technical work and provide the necessary operational and technical direction to technicians producing hardware and software products originating from customer orders. | - Assist in the requirements, design, development, and implementation of Control Systems for Dense Plasma Focus (DPF) pulsed neutron generators, at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) and in North Las Vegas, including mega-amp class machines used in Stockpile Stewardship applications and research and development of man-portable DPF machines. | - This includes working with NNSS and National Laboratory researchers to set control system requirements, then design and develop appropriate control systems to meet the established requirements. | - Work location will be North Las Vegas. Work assignments will also require work at the Nevada National Security Site, Los Alamos, NM and Livermore, CA
The Scheduling Supervisor for the Work Planning and Control (WP&C) Division will assist with establishing an integrated scheduling program Site wide. They will be a subject matter expert for WP&C requirements in support of maintenance and construction of Real Property and Programmatic Equipment, Construction, and Subcontracts within the Nuclear and Non-Nuclear Facilities. | | Key Responsibilities | - Point of Contact for WP&C questions, concerns, improvements and issue resolution. | - Provide a trained and qualified WP&C staff to support maintenance and construction work for the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS), North Las Vegas, and other facilities. | - Directly supervise individual contributors, including approving time, conducting performance evaluations, and participating in the recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training of staff. | - Implement and follow company policies, procedures and directives. | - Ensure compliance with Nuclear Facility Maintenance WP&C and Conduct of Operations requirements. | - Establish activity level work assignments and/or work projects and directs work package planning. | - Assign the prioritization of work orders. | - Resolve issues arising from questions/problems encountered during the planning and review process. | - Organize and supervise day to day operations, ensuring that schedules are kept. | - Oversee work performed by planners and schedulers. | - Monitor performance against metrics and goals as established/approved by others. | - Prepare reports and graphs to illustrate work performed and work forecasted. | - Participate in Plan of the Day and Plan of the Week process. | - Participate in maintenance and construction related cost estimates. | - Responsible for working within assigned budget. | - Interact 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. | - Creates an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues.
The Work Planning and Control Division is in need of supervisors to support increased demands within the high-hazard facilities – particularly the need for facility-specific, integrated planning environments. The supervisors will be located in Work Planning Centers at these facilities and will ensure the prioritization, content, quality, and accuracy of activity level work documents to be executed. | | Key Responsibilities | - Primary role of the Work Planning and Control (WP&C) Supervisor is subject matter expert for WP&C requirements in support of maintenance and construction of Real Property and Programmatic Equipment, Construction, and Subcontracts within the Nuclear and Non-Nuclear Facilities. | - Point of Contact for WP&C questions, concerns, improvements and issue resolution. | - Provides a trained and qualified WP&C staff to support maintenance and construction work for the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS), North Las Vegas, and other facilities. | - Directly supervises individual contributors, including approving time, conducting performance evaluations, and participating in the recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training of staff. | - Implements and follows company policies, procedures and directives. | - Ensures compliance with Nuclear Facility Maintenance WP&C requirements. | - Ensures compliance with Conduct of Operations requirements. | - Establishes activity level work assignments and/or work projects and directs work package planning. | - Assigns the prioritization of work orders. | - Resolves issues arising from questions/problems encountered during the planning and review process. | - Organizes and supervises day to day operations, ensuring that schedules are kept. | - Oversees work performed by planners and schedulers. | - Monitors performance against metrics and goals as established/approved by others. | - Prepares reports and graphs to illustrate work performed and work forecasted. | - Participates in Plan of the Day and Plan of the Week process. | - Participates in maintenance and construction related cost estimates. | - 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. | - Creates an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues.
This position will report to the Machine Shop Manager and be responsible for day-to-day shop operations. | | Key Responsibilities | - Manage overall shop operations, including oversight of fabrication operations, working with Shop Foreman and have a firm understanding of the Union and the rules, process efficiencies, meeting production demands. | - Directly supervises individual contributors, including approving time, conducting performance evaluations, and participating in the recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training of staff. | - Will analyze and adjust work schedules, solve production problems, handle quality issues and manage customer interactions. | - Implements and follows company policies, procedures and directives. | - Establishes activity level work assignments and, or work projects associated with Work Packages and Shop travelers. | - Organizes and supervises day to day operations, ensuring that schedules are kept. | - Monitors Machine/Personal performance against metrics and goals as established/approved by others and within the assigned budget. | - Responsible for daily activities with the shop manager and subordinates as well as external interactions with vendors and, or customers. | - Creates an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues.