- Assist other technical engineers, by providing hands on configuration and support on projects and initiatives. This includes convergence of Voice and Data technologies and integration with Legacy Systems. | - Operate and maintain enterprise network to include service tickets, routine maintenance and upgrades. | - Provide input and assist in implementing solutions to network related issues. | - May support with installing and/or reconfiguring hardware and software elements of data and/or voice communication network in accordance with standard policies and procedures including SOC compliance. | - Gather customer requirements and perform technical analysts of project requirements as well as prepare design review and execute approved design. | - May perform corrective active to support problem resolution of infrastructure hardware and software elements to ensure availability of infrastructure and components. | - Assist in developing cost estimates based on customer requirements and present to Senior Analyst for review. | - May provide technical design and guidance to customers in areas of cable plant, data and voice system design for adherence to standards. | - Build strong relationships between teams within IT and related business teams. | - May perform configuration changes as required. | - Maintain in depth knowledge of standards, guidelines, and industry trends for the Networking discipline, including LAN, WAN, Wireless, VoIP, Data Center networking and interactions. | - Troubleshoot, maintain, and repair the horizontal cable plant (Category 5, 5e, and 6). | - Be available for callouts 24/7 if needed.
- Provide expert engineering support to the standards and calibration laboratory. | - Provide highly specialized engineering experience and leadership in the support of the Quality Assurance organization in building a world-class calibration program. | - Develop solutions to complex calibration activities that involve state of the art technical calibration equipment, software and related processes. | - Conduct analysis of procedures and processes to ensure they are technically appropriate for calibration activities. | - Conduct and develop uncertainty determinations for state of the art precision calibration equipment. | - Interface with scientists and engineers to solve complex and challenging problems related to precision measuring equipment. | - Work with highly skilled calibration technologists to ensure that calibration standards and associated reference materials are approved and acceptable for precision measurement. | - Provide expert technical judgment in the acceptability of measurement data; resolve technical measurement differences that are outside the combined uncertainties. | - Assist in resolving out of tolerance conditions with the user community. | - Support precision measurement technical activities that require interpretation and correlation of codes and standards, complex computer software, and unique processes and procedures tailored to calibration and metrology.
The Senior Principal Project Controls Specialist (PCS) will perform duties in support of the U.S. Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Mission Programs. The position will interface with the assigned Program and Project Managers, team members, and stakeholders. Responsibilities will include both schedule and cost support. | - Oversight project controls activities for assigned programs/projects. | - Integration of data from various formats (i.e. Maximo and Excel). | - Presentations and regular communication with Senior Management on status, risks, and/or issues. | - Write Company Directives and/or Desktop Instructions to support project controls initiatives. | - Write and communicate requirements to project schedulers. | - Develop views and/or Primavera P6 layouts for various stakeholders. | - Mentor and train junior-level PCSs. | - Support the development and execution of program, project, and functional planning. | - Develop and maintain Primavera P6 schedules to include full loading of resource requirements. | - Assist Project Managers in developing metrics to support the measurement of performance to schedule objectives. | - Perform detailed analysis of project schedule, resources, and performance. | - Prepare reports to reflect program/project status, schedule trends, resource requirements, and project uncertainties. | - Assess customer needs and work to meet them. | - Conducting project management briefings and prepare reports to reflect program/project status; cost and schedule trends, funding and project uncertainties. | - Facilitating the management team in all phases of the program life-cycle (initiation, planning, control, and closure).
Reports directly to the Nuclear Maintenance Manager and is the subject matter expert for the management of craft personnel and others that perform maintenance and modification activity level work. They are the point of contact for activity level work safety and issue resolution. | | Key Responsibilities | - Perform the functions of Superintendent, with underground experience background preferred. | - Take day-to-day direction from the Nuclear Maintenance Manager on assignments and will be charged with giving final direction and coordination to craft employees. | - Direct 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. | - Make technical decisions in the field without impacting requirements. | - Assist in the acquisition of maintenance and modification materials. | - Compliance with the Collective Bargaining Agreements. | - Coordinate manpower and equipment in support of maintenance and modification activity level work execution. | - Adherence to safety and nuclear maintenance standards. | - Participate in Plan of the Day, Pre-Job Briefings, Post-Job Debriefings, and Safety Tailgates. | - Ensure craft personnel and others who perform maintenance and modification activity level work are trained and qualified to perform their assigned tasks. | - Safely execute work. | - Participate in maintenance and modification related cost estimates. | - Implementation of Conduct of Operations and Nuclear Maintenance Management requirements.
The working location will be primarily at the Nevada National Security Site (located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada.) | | Key Responsibilities | - Conduct investigations on internal and external employee concerns and complaints | - Use independent judgment to identify personnel, labor relations areas of concern, prepare responses, and recommend recommendations. | - Handle challenging and sensitive conversations with labor union personnel and MSTS employees up to Director level. | - Maintain highest level of confidentiality of all information concerning employees | - Develop internal and external reports on investigations utilizing Association of Workplace Investigations (AWI) process. | - Respond in a timely manner to concerns from management, employees, contractors, and other sources. | - Handle consequences of positive drug/alcohol screenings. | - Interface with Legal, Internal Audit, and Employees Relations on issues. | - Ability to cross-train and work with Employee Relations staff on investigations and contracts. | - Remain informed and current on employment law changes in California, Nevada, New Mexico, Maryland, and other states when necessary. | - Provide back up to the random drug-screening program. | - Knowledge of Project Labor Agreements/Collective Bargaining Agreements: Operating Engineers Local 12, Teamsters Local 631 Culinary Union 226, Paramedics and Firefighters. | - Assist with grievances from unions and ensure resolutions through proper processes. | - Advise management on policies, procedures, and practices.
Senior Principal Scientist will be assigned as the Seismic Network Operator for the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). The NNSS operates a network of permanent seismic stations to constantly monitor the background natural seismicity of southern Nevada. In addition, the NNSS supports experimentation that requires hundreds of temporary seismic and acoustic stations deployed for specific research and development (R&D) missions. The Senior Principal Scientist will report to the Test and Experimentation Mission Readiness Division Manager and have the responsibility for maintenance, operation and expansion of the seismic network at the NNSS. The specific job tasks include: | - Inventory and manage all NNSS seismic equipment (accelerometers, seismometers, infra-sound sensors, digitizers, global position systems, solar power systems, 500 nodal seismic system, etc.). | - Perform upgrades to equipment as required. | - Ensure compliance requirements and documents are developed and maintained for seismic network operating locations. | - Expand the seismic network by finding new locations for seismic stations, procuring new hardware and working with NNSS construction resources to build and install the seismic station. | - Conduct quarterly maintenance of all network seismic stations. | - Monitor the real-time operation of the NNSS network to ensure rapid response to solve station data outages. | - Team with the University of Nevada-Reno (UNR) to ensure real-time telemetry of the data is maintained and data are archived at either UNR or University of Nevada-Las Vegas. | - Collaborate with NNSS Program Managers to develop the yearly operating budget for the network and then execute to that budget. | - Support National Laboratory experimentation at the NNSS. Candidate will develop relationships with experimentalists that require R&D solutions involving seismic and acoustic data collection and analysis. | - Serve as Diagnostic Coordinator for predominantly seismic experiments at the NNSS (e.g., Source Physics Experiments, Physics Experiment 1, etc.). | - Develop test plans to manage temporary experimental deployments across the NNSS. | - Provide frequent status reports as required to communicate emerging issues and project successes with division and program management. | - Prepare and present monthly seismic network status and financial reports to MSTS management. | - Promote a safety culture to all visiting scientists that work on the NNSS seismic network and actively participate in the MSTS Beyond Zero safety concept. | - Demonstrate continuous improvement by documentation of lessons learned or participating in improvement initiatives.
Key Responsibilities | - Quickly source active and passive candidates through a variety of methods such as social media, external job boards, user groups, professional networking, direct sourcing, and cold calling. | - Work with hiring managers to meet their hiring needs, develop and execute recruiting plans, and research and present unique recruiting strategies. | - Post openings using social media, professional organizations, job advertisements, and recommend other appropriate venues as needed. | - Attend career fairs and give presentations to support recruiting and awareness of Nevada National Security Site career opportunities | - Maintain effective relationships between Talent Acquisition and hiring managers in order to provide superior and efficient placement of future employees | - Ensure compliance with relevant employment laws and practices and recommend/participate in improvement initiatives for internal processes. |
Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) is actively seeking a Nuclear Construction Superintendent (Supervisor II). As a Superintendent, you will be expected to model company values and to supervise bargaining employee resources effectively and efficiently. Monitoring personnel in the performance of construction activities on facility Structures, Systems, and Component installations. This work is in an active nuclear facility and involves underground and infrastructure utility upgrades, concrete placement, tenant improvements, new construction and remodeling, and nuclear construction activities. | | Key Responsibilities | - Perform the functions of a Nuclear Construction Superintendent. Directly supervise individual contributors, including approving time, conducting performance evaluations, and participating in the recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training of staff. | - Establish activity level work assignments and, or work projects, layout projects for building locations and site work | - Read and interpret construction plans and specifications. | - Work closely with the General foreman to track and approve bargaining personnel work hours weekly ensuring time is charged accurately. | - Provide oversight of Structures, Systems, and Component installations. | - Monitor performance against metrics and goals as established/approved by others. | - Work independently. Investigate job-sites for familiarization and orientation with project requirements. | - Provide analysis and solution of construction problems and interpret drawings, applicable codes, and give verbal and written instructions relevant to project requirements. | - Prepare and/or assist in the preparation of cost estimates and material takeoffs. | - Participate in Startup and Turnover activities. | - Assist Work Planning with estimates regarding, labor, and equipment needs when requested.
Key Responsibilities. | - Duties to include monitor mail; identify and properly direct documents; compile and prepare reports; process invoices; coordinate facility activities and perform miscellaneous administrative activities as assigned by either the Construction Support Department Manager. | - Responsible to handle sensitive and highly confidential information and documents with complete discretion | - Experience in an administration setting, ability to manage deadlines and time sensitive projects while effectively prioritizing daily duties. | - Must be comfortable working in a team environment. | - Perform, direct and coordinate various complex clerical and administrative functions | - May coordinate the work of other Business Assistants to meet organizational unit objectives. | - Organize material for meetings, presentations, and training sessions. | - Ordering and maintaining an inventory of certain office supplies. | - Develop or participate in the development of complex presentations. | - Scan and archive certain mail elements for processing. | - Receive and route visitors, inquiries and issues to the appropriate staff. | - Maintain new personnel welcome packets. | - Provide office tour & meeting room scheduling access and workspace information when requested. | - Assist with off-site vehicle requests. | - Process visitor access requests for badging. | - Attend meetings and record and distribute minutes as requested. | - Participate in deployment activities as part of a team and coordinate and implement a wide range of activities as job dictates. | - Occasional overtime may be needed. | - Must be able to work with a diverse group of team members. | - May be assigned other duties and special projects supporting the Construction Support Department.
This position reports to the Construction Division Manager within the Enterprise Infrastructure Programs (EIP) Directorate. The position provides direct ownership and accountability for all aspects of EIP’s NA-50 Recapitalization Program. | | Key Responsibilities | - Lead integration, relationship development and status reporting with National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Headquarters customers and sponsors, Nevada Field Office (NFO) and Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) Senior Leadership. | - Within a Program Management framework, coordinate and lead cross functional, multi-directorate initiatives to identify, prioritize, integrate, develop, and execute construction projects that drive consolidation and modernization of the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) Mission Facilities, Critical Site Infrastructure, and Support Infrastructure programs. | - Primary customer interface with NNSA and NFO for NNSS’ management and implementation of the NA-50 Recapitalization Program, leading program review sessions with customers to discuss cost, schedule and technical performance. | - Oversee and monitor the Recapitalization Program budget; provide regular updates to internal and external customers and negotiate changes to annual spend and funding plans. | - Support and facilitate the development of annual budget programming submittals to NNSA. | - Support and facilitate the preparation, review and technical evaluation of annual NNSS execution plans. | - Establish milestones and monitor adherence to project plans and schedules. | - Support the review, technical evaluation and award of construction project bids and proposals, as appropriate. | - Participate as needed in the negotiation of contracts and contract changes. | - Contribute to the preparation of proposals, business plans, proposals work statements and specifications, operating budgets and financial terms/conditions of contracts, as needed. | - Represent the interests of MSTS in coordination and interface with Contractors, Project Managers, and external business partners, as needed. | - Development and implementation of strategies to identify, manage and mitigate risk. | - Identify program problems, develops and implements corrective actions. | - Directs the work of employees assigned to the program from technical and/or administrative areas. | - Facilitate integration with internal business partners and directorates.
MSTS is seeking a highly skilled and passionate manager to lead and manage the Staff Relations Department, which is comprised of the Employee and Labor relations functions. | | Key Responsibilities | - This position is responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating programs to address workplace issues. | - Ensuring compliance with Equal Employment Opportunity Act and related laws. | - Administering, interpreting, and negotiating multiple Nevada National Security Site bargaining unit labor agreements. | - Developing and implementing staff and labor-related policies and programs. | - Job responsibilities include recruiting, selecting, orienting, and developing staff relations employees. | - Maintaining a safe, secure, and legal work environment. | - Communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees. | - Develop, interpret, and provide guidance on policies and procedures. | - Establishing strategic goals. | - Forecasting requirements: preparing and meeting an annual budget; enforcing quality and customer service standards and benchmarking state-of-the-art practices. | - Analyzing and resolving quality and customer service problems. | - Maintaining current knowledge and expertise in the Human Resources field. | - Articulating and presenting ideas and plans to senior leadership with deliverables, time-lines, and a formal process for measuring success. | - Planning and maintaining work systems, procedures, and policies that enable and encourage optimal performance. | - Conduct easy to complex independent investigations on both internal and external concerns and complaints. | - Special projects as assigned by the Director of Human Resources. | - Creating an environment where issues are raised, addressed, and resolved.
Fulfill the duties and responsibilities as Material Planning and Control Specialist and expeditor for direct funded Nevada Operations projects. | - Support Nevada Operations and Material Management 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. | - Participate in work planning process with Project Managers and Subcontract Technical Representatives to develop material lists and scheduling requirements. | - Process P-Card, catalog, and procurement requests in Oracle database to buy material. | - Expedite the flow of material from requisition through delivery to the project. | - Compile and maintain records and provide status reports on the materials requisitioned for projects. | - Coordinate with procurement and receiving to ensure accountability of all purchased material. | - Prepare reports, procedures and deliverables for management. | - Perform related work as assigned by manager.
Fulfill the duties and responsibilities as Material Planning and Control Specialist and expeditor at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) for Material Management Operations. | - Support Material Management 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. | - Participates in work planning process with Project Managers and Subcontract Technical Representatives to develop material lists and scheduling requirements. | - Process P-Card, catalog, and procurement requests in Oracle database to buy material. | - Expedite the flow of material from requisition through delivery to the project. | - Compile and maintain records and provide status reports on the materials requisitioned for projects. | - Coordinate with procurement and receiving to ensure accountability of all purchased material. | - Establish, maintain, and inventory controlled material storage areas. | - Ensure compliance with material storage requirements. | - Prepare reports, procedures and deliverables for management. | - Perform related work as assigned by manager.
Fulfill the duties and responsibilities as Material Planning and Control Specialist and expeditor at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) for Material Management Operations. | - Support Material Management 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. | - Process P-Card, catalog, and procurement requests in Oracle database to buy material. | - Expedite the flow of material from requisition through delivery to the project. | - Compile and maintain records and provide status reports on the materials requisitioned for projects. | - Coordinate with procurement and receiving to ensure accountability of all purchased material. | - Perform related work as assigned by manager.
This position is for a Radio Frequency (RF) Technologist to integrate with a multi-disciplinary R&D team with a wide variety of projects. As a technician, you will work with a team of engineers, scientists and other technicians to deliver innovative products for national security applications. You will typically have several parallel projects and you will be expected to communicate with team members to keep projects moving forward. | | Key Responsibilities | - Design and fabricate prototype antennas, test (RF) performance of antennas. | - Document antenna designs, performance and assist with circuit design. | - Assist with the preparation of operation manuals. | - Plan, guide, or prepare administrative and technical documents as required for maintenance, operations, or testing. | - Provide expert technical direction to other technical personnel and monitor the results of their work. | - Train and mentor junior personnel. | - Advise and demonstrate leadership to senior staff and management on solutions in technical areas. | - Develop relationships with customer community, ensure their needs are clearly defined and work with others to meet their objectives. | - May represent MSTS in technical conferences and meetings.
Performs work of limited scope and basic complexity, generally in support of more senior Scientist/Engineer’s. Develops solutions to routine technical problems of limited scope. Focus is on applying academic knowledge to the work and developing good work/team habits. Assists in data collection, compiling and summarizing data. | | Key Responsibilities: | - Works under direct supervision with general guidance from more experienced Scientist/Engineer's with diagnostic development and or deployment. | - Limited use of technical principles, theories, and concepts. | - Follows specific established engineering and technical procedures and instructions. | - Exercises discretion and judgment in collaboration with peers regarding how principles and methods are selected for and applied to work. | - Contributes to solutions of assignment-related problems and issues with a limited scope, solutions may require evaluation of standards and processes. | - Supports field programs and designs using pre-determined principles and practices. | - Contributes to designs, strategies, reports and technical proposals. | - Assists in performing design and technical analysis activities using prescribed codes and standards, computer software, and generally accepted best management practices. | - Develops a working knowledge of codes and standards of other disciplines. | - Follows specific established engineering and technical procedures and instructions. | - Assists in defining specifications for procurements and initiates purchase requests. | - May monitor the work of and provide guidance to technicians and other support personnel, working on their projects. | - Assist in the development, improvement, and systematization of organizational processes and procedures for engineering design control and documentation, as well as the organization’s configuration management processes. | - Assist in the development of processes relevant to electrical and software design in support of the organizations applied engineering work. | - Work locations will include the North Las Vegas Facility and the Nevada National Security Site.
Independently performs complex engineering assignments demanding contributions calling for the application of specialized and or advanced engineering principles at the conceptual level and professional resourcefulness. Researches, develops, and improves methods and procedures for conducting analytical analyses. Performs special studies, research, and developmental work and recommends solutions to problems related to various phases of analyses. | | Key Responsibilities | - Provide engineering and experiment support to aid in the further development and operation of high output Deuterium and Tritium based Dense Plasma Focus (DPF) systems. | - Performance of experiments using various DPF and other pulsed power diagnostic facilities (e.g. pulsed power radiography, nuclear forensics, Stockpile stewardship science, & other). | - Provide engineering and technical support for the experiments in the form of simulations and experimental validations of neutron flux and | - Energies coming from these systems; computer modeling and simulations; physical support for experiment setup and operating the DPF systems, perform diagnostics, and provide analysis of detector and experimental results. | - Design experimental setup, operation of detectors used in DPF experiments at North Las Vegas (NLV), Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) and elsewhere; physical setup and actual operations support during experiments as well as operating the DPF systems; analysis of data and results; Monte-Carlo radiation transport modeling and simulations of systems as needed; results of requested studies of the two DPF systems on designated materials. Evaluates new instruments, equipment, and devices to determine possible use and application. | - Participates in and fosters a work environment that is based upon openness, trust, communication, teamwork, empowerment, innovation, and satisfaction. | - Primary work location will be at North Las Vegas. Work at the NNSS will be required as dictated by the experimental work to be accomplished.
The successful candidate will function as Subject Matter Expert (SME) in the Geo-sciences Group of the T&E Nevada Operations department. | | Key Responsibilities | - Oversight of bore-hole geophysical logging operations, including procurement of logging services, subcontract technical oversight, field coordination, work planning, and technical evaluation of bore-hole geophysical logging data. | - Operation of a wire-line logging truck to perform down-hole surveys such as video, water sampling, and depth tags. | - Function as technical lead and point of contact for developing and managing project-specific relational databases of drill hole information, including drill hole construction data, down hole geologic data, geophysical log data, and sample data. | - Use of spatial 3D data in geologic modeling applications such as EarthVision and mining-industry software, in collaboration with, and under the direction of, staff geoscientists. | - Conduct research, data compilation, and data analysis; prepare project technical reports. | - Assists in researching, compiling and analyzing scientific data. | - Participates in developing field programs and prepares designs, strategies, reports and proposals. | - Implements and uses technology solutions for both experimental and operational needs. | - Contributes to solutions of problems and issues with well-defined scope and moderate complexity, utilizing a well-defined set of technologies. | - Solutions use established standards, practices and procedures as well as technical knowledge to address problems and complete tasks. | - Solutions may require evaluation of standards and processes. | - Frequent use and application of established technical standards, principles, theories, concepts, and techniques. Mentor less experienced staff in related technical areas. | - Work locations will include the Nevada National Security Site and the North Las Vegas Facility.
The desired candidate will provide technical and functional leadership for approximately 30 technical employees supporting the MSTS stockpile stewardship mission at the Los Alamos office. Work closely with MSTS management in Nevada as well as collaborating with other offsite offices (e.g., Special Laboratory Technologies and Livermore Operations) in the execution of LANL and other customers’ programmatic requirements. | | Key Responsibilities | - Will supervise modeling, simulation and data analysis activities while nurturing the careers of technical staff, orchestrating growth opportunities, and ensuring task completion in an R&D environment. | - Recruit technical staff, ensure MSTS safety concept and communicate job expectations while maintaining resource and financial objectives. | - Must be experienced with earned-value management systems. | - Oversee activities in the Secure Computing Lab and develop technical and business development vision. | - Encourage employees to raise issues, and will readily address operation issues and concerns. | - Will inspire employees to succeed in various national security science challenge and mentor early career managers to provide management succession as needed. | - Provide program support and technical vision for data analysis activities related to Stockpile Stewardship. | - Provide technical expertise related to analysis algorithm development. | - Be responsible for leading the development and execution of both tactical and strategic planning to assure new missions, new funded work and the continuity of ongoing mission. | - Be proactive in exploring new areas of technology investment through Site-Directed Research and Development (SDRD). | - Establish clear responsibility and accountability for carrying out safety requirements. | - Anticipate risks and assure risks inherent in operations are identified and properly controlled. | - Be responsible to ensure that all work is executed within the facility operational envelope and is executed safely, securely and within budget, while following established processes, being technically correct and meeting quality assurance requirements.
We have an opening for an established career Experimental Research Scientist to advise Nevada Nuclear Security Site (NNSS) leadership in identifying, promoting, and developing new scientific capabilities. Work responsibilities include working closely with scientists and engineers from Los Alamos National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratory, and the NNSS, to expand and develop unique and novel diagnostic systems that require a high level of weapons physics expertise. | | Key Responsibilities | - Must be able to translate high-value programmatic needs into technological objectives and goals. | - Must be innovative, use new technologies to define technical direction by conceiving, planning, and conducting research, and leading development efforts to a deliverable product. | - Develop and validate advanced diagnostic concepts on weapons related physics experiments. | - Apply advanced weapons physics knowledge and access to extensive contacts within the national laboratory community to work with the NNSS on guiding their development of critical and relevant state-of-the-art diagnostic systems fielded on a variety of physics experiments. | - Provides technical leadership to the Stockpile Stewardship Organization, NNSS Program Managers, and Project Managers in the development of new science initiatives. | - Uses a mastery of subject matter expertise to develop multi-disciplinary solutions for state-of- the-art problems. | - Mentors young scientists and engineers, and other early career colleagues in the development of diagnostic systems and in the science of weapons physics. | - Serves as a leading expert empowered to guide technical decision-making and direction at an institutional level. | - Serves as a role model for effective and creative technical leadership within the company. | - Provides nuclear physics expertise on large-scale projects to solve programmatic initiatives. | - Conducts hands on experimental research, collects data, establishes facts, and draws valid conclusions in order to recommend and implement viable solutions. | - Conducts and analyzes physics experiments, and prepares reports and oral presentations, including peer reviewed journal publications as appropriate. | - Authors reports and/or publications and research proposals of major importance with considerable impact within the scientific and engineering community. | - Provides technical peer review on a variety of NNSS publications, proposals, and other documents as needed for mission development. Works independently as well as in a team environment. | - 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.