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.
- 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).
Manage the administrative, cost, schedule and performance of all areas within the Construction Department to meet the demands of increasing work scope. | | Key Responsibilities | - Conduct strategic and tactical management planning. | - Manages the budget and other financial measures. | - Develop metrics for review and performance monitoring. | - Evaluate critical issues/impacts, and determine corrective actions. | - Establish policies that provide the framework for subordinate managers to operate effectively in achieving NNSA/NSO program/project, and other customers' business objectives. | - Actively assists in defining technologies, competencies, and skill bases to develop and accomplish services. | - Establishes clear responsibility and accountability for carrying out requirements. | - Anticipates risks and assures risks inherent in operations are identified, controlled or transferred. | - Provides necessary funding, support and guidance to subordinate supervision to achieve and maintain safe and healthful working conditions. | - Creates an environment where employees fell safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues and supported to resolve issues.
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.
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.
Assist the Senior and Principal Technical Writers with document development and document control duties for programs and operations at high hazard and nuclear facilities for mission work at the Nevada National Security Site. | | Key Responsibilities | - | Interview Subject Matter Experts and perform research for document development | | - | Prepare new documents and revisions | | - | Prepare graphic illustrations, charts, diagrams, and tables for use in documents | | - | Facilitate document reviews and resolutions | | - | Participate in document walkdown and tabletop reviews | | - | Facilitate team input for hazard analyses | | - | Facilitate document approval and publication | | - | Qualify as Lead Planner
This position will serve as an Engineer II in the Crane, Hoisting & Rigging Program, responsible for supporting Crane, Hoisting and Rigging activities at the National Nuclear Security Site. | | Key Responsibilities | - Interface with equipment manufacturers to modify equipment (i.e. auxiliary data plates) as required. | - Perform regular emissions testing on underground diesel powered equipment. | - Participates in developing field programs and designs using predetermined principles and practices. | - Prepares or contributes to designs, strategies, reports and technical proposals. | - Performs design and technical analysis activities using prescribed codes and standards, computer software, and generally accepted best management practices. | - Frequent coordination of discipline information within their discipline, other departments within the company, and outside vendors on moderately complex projects. | - Works with outside contacts as required obtaining relevant information. | - Develops a working knowledge of codes and standards of other disciplines. | - Perform regular load testing on various types of equipment. | - Follows established engineering and technical procedures and instructions. | - Often serves as a member of work teams. | - Defines and develops specification writing for the procurement of new vehicles and equipment. | - Monitors work of technicians and other support personnel working on their projects. | - Perform other duties as assigned by the Inspection Hoisting & Rigging Department.
Perform duties as the Administrative Specialist for the Nuclear Nonproliferation Research and Development department and support and work closely with the department manager and interface directly with multiple Directorates, Program and Project Managers, and scientific team leaders and team members within the department. | | Key Responsibilities: | - Manage tracking of project milestones and deliverables. | - Track project budgets and costs and provide periodic reports internally to team leaders and department manager. | - Manage preparation, review and submission of reports and publications. | - Manage proposal formatting and assembly of forms and prepare preliminary proposal budget documents. | - Submit travel reimbursement requests. | - Coordinate visitor's schedules, tours, passed clearances, events. | - Track funding opportunities and circulating solicitation information – check eligibility. | - Track program achievements (publications, patents, presentations). | - Develop, design, format, and post web materials. | - Track inventory allocation of high value equipment within department. | - Assist program team members in shipping and retrieving instrumentation and materials for periodic remote work. | - Serve as P-Card holder and order non-technical supplies. | - Assist with time reporting – pre and post lockout. | - Collect and manage periodic budget and schedule data for department planning and corporate data requests. | - Assist Department manager in personnel allocation planning and coordination of personnel performance reviews.
Key Responsibilities | | Senior Scientist | - 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. | Principal Scientist | - Coordinate and execute 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. | - Develop 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. | - Lead implementation and utilization of technology for both experimental and operational needs. | - Serve as a subject matter expert and technical resource and advisor in your discipline and collaborate with project team members and partner labs throughout the DOE infrastructure and academia.
This position reports to the Mission Facilities Division Manager within the Enterprise Infrastructure Programs Directorate. The position provides direct ownership and accountability for all aspects of scope, cost, and schedule performance and risk management of the U1a Complex Program. | | Key Responsibilities | - Lead integration, relationship development and status reporting with National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Headquarters customers and sponsors, Nevada Field Office and Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) Senior Leadership. | - Development and implementation of long term strategic plans that are integrated with mission requirements to provide needed space in support of mission execution. | - Within a Program Management framework, coordinate and lead cross functional, multi-directorate initiatives to identify, prioritize, integrate and develop projects that drive consolidation and modernization of enduring support facilities and infrastructure in NLV, Area 6 and the Mission Corridor of the Nevada National Security Site. | - Oversee and direct the development and documentation of functional and operational requirements (F&ORs) with Mission partners, facility tenants, end users and stakeholders. | - Oversee and direct the development of specification documents in coordination with the Engineering and Procurement organizations and in accordance with company policies and procedures. | - Support and influence technical design reviews, to ensure quality, functionality, and alignment with program needs, F&ORs and integration with long term objectives. | - Support and facilitate the review, technical evaluation and award of bids and proposals. | - Participate as needed in the negotiation of contracts and contract changes. | - Coordinate the preparation of proposals, business plans, work statements and specifications, operating budgets and financial terms/conditions of contracts. | - Represent the interests of MSTS in coordination and interface with Contractors, Project Managers, and external business partners. | - Development and implementation of strategies to identify, manage and mitigate risk. | - Development and implementation of strategies to improve performance, streamline processes, leverage industry best practices and lessons learned to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of company processes that support and enable new facility construction and modernization. | - Act as primary customer contact for program activities, leading program reviews sessions with customers to discuss cost, schedule and technical performance. | - Establish milestones and monitor adherence to master plans and schedules. | - Identify program problems, develop and implement corrective actions. | - Direct the work of employees assigned to the program from technical and/or administrative areas. | - Engage as a site representative to lead/support implementation of key NNSA/sponsor initiatives including: Enterprise building design initiatives, BUILDER, G2, space management, Asset Management Programs, etc. | - Facilitate integration with internal business partners and directorates.
We are seeking highly motivated individuals to work with our multi-disciplinary team on national security challenges. Successful applicants will plan, organize and provide multi-source analysis of cyber security and cyber protection applications and cyber operational tactics and procedures. Do not miss this opportunity to join a team of top creative thinkers and to help develop innovative cyber solutions to national security missions. Positions are open in both Santa Barbara, CA and Huntsville, AL. | | Key Responsibilities: | | We are looking for multiple levels of Intelligence (Cyber) Analysts to perform the following responsibilities: | | Intelligence Analyst I | - Provide assistance with cybersecurity assessments of cybersecurity applications and defenses, ranging from simple networks to multi-layered, complex corporate infrastructures. | - Assist in researching, compiling, and analyzing technical data. | - Provide assistance with the evaluation of technical capabilities. | - Provide assistance with detecting, disrupting and eradicating threats from enterprise networks by assisting with fusing data analysis, cyber intelligence and security technologies. | - Provide assistance with forensic/incident response activities and may monitor intrusion detection/prevention systems, security event/incident management tools, endpoint security tools, email gateways, firewalls and network infrastructure. | - Some travel will be required. | Intelligence Analyst II | - Provide support and assistance with cybersecurity assessments of cybersecurity applications and defenses, ranging from simple networks to multi-layered, complex corporate infrastructures. | - Assist in researching, compiling, and analyzing technical data by applying knowledge of technical principles, theories, standards, practices and procedures. | - Provide support and assistance with the evaluation of technical capabilities and may provide recommendations for improvements and best practices. | - Provide support and assistance with detecting, disrupting and eradicating threats from enterprise networks by assisting with fusing data analysis, cyber intelligence and cutting-edge security technologies. | - Provide support and assistance with forensic/incident response activities and may monitor intrusion detection/prevention systems, security event/incident management tools, endpoint security tools, email gateways, firewalls and network infrastructure. | - Identifies, reports, and assists in the remediation of Cyber Security threats and vulnerabilities. | - Validates the functionality of security tools within the environment. | - May participate in customer and program meetings as a contributor and as a source of information. | - Some travel will be required. | | Senior Intelligence Analyst | - Provide timely and concise assessments of cybersecurity applications and defenses, ranging from simple networks to multi-layered, complex corporate infrastructures. | - Provide assistance with the evaluation of technical capabilities and may provide recommendations for improvements and best practices. | - Demonstrate and apply knowledge of industry best practices (i.e. SANS 20 Critical Security Controls, et al) and relevant National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standards, publications and controls. | - Detect, investigate, and effectively document advanced cybersecurity threat tactics and techniques. | - Assist with creating new detection methodologies using a variety of open source and commercial tools and technologies to support incident responses and monitoring functions for complex systems and industrial partners. | - Detect, disrupt and eradicate threats from enterprise networks by fusing data analysis, cyber intelligence and cutting-edge security technologies. | - Reviews Cyber Security threat information and assists with mitigating vulnerabilities identified. | - Uses established standards, practices and procedures as well as an increasing technical knowledge to solve problems and complete projects. | - Extensive travel may be required. | | Principal Intelligence Analyst | - Provide expert, timely and concise assessments of cybersecurity applications and defenses, ranging from simple networks to multi-layered, complex corporate infrastructures. | - Provide evaluation of technical capabilities and provide recommendations for improvements and best practices. | - Demonstrate and apply expert knowledge of industry best practices (i.e. SANS 20 Critical Security Controls, et al) and relevant National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standards, publications and controls. | - Detect, investigate, and effectively document advanced cybersecurity threat tactics and techniques. | - Create new detection methodologies using a variety of open source and commercial tools and technologies to support incident responses and monitoring functions for complex systems and industrial partners. | - Detect, disrupt and eradicate threats from enterprise networks by fusing data analysis, cyber intelligence and cutting-edge security technologies. | - Develops standards, practices and procedures as well as an increasing technical knowledge to solve problems and complete projects. | - Lead a diverse team of cybersecurity experts working together to proactively detect, deter, document and analyze potential and actual cyber-adversary behaviors and tools. | - Positively influence, motivate, and challenge others; adapt leadership styles to a variety of situations. | - Extensive travel may be required.
Key Responsibilities | | Provide Industrial Hygiene support to underground facilities and other projects. | - Maintain, operate, and ensure calibration of a variety of sampling; and monitoring equipment ensuring the equipment is functioning properly. | - Conduct Personal/Area Air and Gas Sampling as required per project (i.e. Beryllium, Lead, and Noise). | - Conduct routine swipe sampling as required per project to characterize work/adjoining areas, release items. | - Coordinate submittal of samples (air, swipe, and dosimetry) to laboratory. | - Attend pre-job briefings per project, focusing on industrial hygiene issues. | - Observe and document work activities. | - Evaluate and interpret results with regard to environmental, safety, and health impacts. Reviews results with Scientist. | - Work with staff and management to prepare technical reports and recommendations on how to correct hazardous conditions.
Serve as the Device Assembly Facility (DAF) Operations Support Coordinator (Senior Nuclear Facilities Operations Specialist) to coordinate and complete critical support activities at the DAF. As an integral part of our DAF team, you will collaborate with external and internal partners to attain desired success states and sustain successful operations | | Key Responsibilities: | - Reports to the DAF Operations Support Manager, and will support the Nuclear Operations Manager, Operations Supervisors and Facility Supervisors. | - Requires the ability to complete multiple tasks within compressed and demanding timeframes. | - Track critical surveillance and in-service inspection due dates. | - Generate documentation related to Surveillance and In-Service Inspections. | - Ensure facility documents are routed to the records department for proper archiving. | - Order essential items utilizing Oracle or a Government Purchase Card. | - Coordinate maintenance and repairs for vehicles assigned to the DAF organization. | - Serve as the point of contact for all facility tours. | - Become qualified as a custodian for classified materials. | - Participate and lead process improvement groups. | - Assist DAF Operations Supervisors in resolving issues that can affect the operations performed by the National Weapons Laboratories. | - Perform monthly walk downs with assigned safety professionals to identify issues that could potential impact worker safety. | - Assist personnel with the scheduling of training in order to ensure qualifications are maintained. | - Request and track all items related to assigned DAF Information Technology Systems (computers, video teleconference equipment, and classified computing systems). | - Assist Nuclear Operations Manager in conducting the Plan of the Day meeting. | - Participate and provide support to the weekly Execution Working Group meeting. Identify support items for all participants and ensure completion of all tasks.
Serve as an Emergency Response Specialist for the Readiness Section in the Emergency Response Support & Logistics (ERS&L) Department. Located at the Remote Sensing Laboratory (RSL) on Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nevada. Perform functions as the “Watchbill Coordinator” for a variety of National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) emergency response teams. | | Key Responsibilities: | - Maintain, asset team, and scenario information for emergency response teams in the NNSA notification system | - Act as a subject matter expert (SME) for the NNSA notification system and interface closely with system administrators to identify issues, concerns, or errors | - Communicate on a regular basis with customers and stakeholders at various levels from numerous federal agencies | - Manage the change-control process for updating data on rosters and within the notification system | - Maintain contact information for over six hundred emergency response personnel | - Provide broad support during exercises, drills, and real world events, to include roster reconstitution, special scenario requests, and other duties as assigned by the Watch Officer | - Maintain, coordinate, and track emergency notifications to ensure proper operation of the system | - Ensure all communications devices associated with the teams are operable, and maintain current device inventory | - Professionally interface and coordinate with program managers and other personnel at all levels from NNSA and the Department of Energy (DOE) National Laboratories | - Coordinate and prioritize conflicting and/or challenging deadlines | - Exhibit a dedicated customer-service attitude and strive to provide excellent support to various stakeholders | - Serve as an emergency response team member, and be available for recall 24 hours a day while on duty | - Provide support during non-working hours | - Serve as a backup for RSL Nuclear Response Division (NRD) rosters | - Perform related work as assigned by Supervisor | - Develop and maintain relationships with other government agencies and external parties to facilitate exercise/drill requirements
The Nonproliferation Safeguards Program Manager I will report to the Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation (DNN) Director and will oversee Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation (DNN) projects focused on radiological material management and arms control projects that are administered by the Nevada National Security Site and at domestic and international locations. | | Key Responsibilities | - Perform a variety of functions, including, but not limited to, oversight of international safeguards and arms control projects, coordination of diverse teams of scientists and engineers to deliver project results to stakeholders, development of new project proposals, and interfacing with Nevada National Security Administration (NNSA) program managers and oversight. | - Take a leading role in coordinating new opportunities for collaboration between Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) nonproliferation and stewardship science projects and programs. | - Leads multiple aspects of financial planning, monitoring, reporting, scheduling, analysis, and preparation of technical/schedule information required for complex program/project planning; Coordinate and oversee integrated project teams. Identifies, manages, and mitigates program and project risks actively. | - Work with Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) principal investigators to develop white papers and project proposals for nonproliferation Research and Development (R&D) projects. | - Identify new opportunities for Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) involvement in Nevada National Secruity Administration (NNSA) Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation (DNN) venture projects. | - Act as lead interface between Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) technical teams and corresponding National Laboratory teams. | - Interface with Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) stewardship science projects and programs to develop joint R&D opportunities. | - Remain active in their particular field and will have a goal to continue to publish their own research and attend professional meetings to present their results. | - Assist the DNN Director in the strategic evaluation of program goals for long-term growth and development. | - Provides general management, oversight, and execution of Program and Project Excellence initiatives and continuous improvement across the business and execution within assigned complex programs. | - Interface with Mission Execution directors to provide portfolio financial updates and requirements. | - Interface with Headquarters (HQ) Federal Program Managers to meet deliverables and provide strategic opportunities for portfolio growth. | - The job has excellent growth potential within Program Management given hard work and dedication to the nuclear non-proliferation mission of reducing the threat of nuclear weapons around the globe.
As part of the U1a Complex team, the Work Control Coordinator provides coordination of work associated with the facility (maintenance, operations, construction, Sub-critical Experiment activities). In this role, the Work Control Coordinator will report to the U1a Complex Operations Manager and will support the U1a Complex Facility Manager and Shift Operations Managers. This position supports the facility’s mission of performing Sub-critical Experiments as part of the Stockpile Stewardship Program. | | Key Responsibilities: | - Ensure that work packages are ready to work (by verifying supporting documents and permits are approved) prior to the execution week | - Assist with moving work packages to the READY status by: tracking and assisting with the 1) work package approval process (prompting Subject Matter Experts to approve work packages), and 2) tracking and assisting with parts verification to include verifying that materials are on hand and staged prior to moving a work order to the Lock-in schedule. | - Work with Operations and involved work groups to ensure that planned outages are aligned and supported as scheduled. | - Ensure the Operations Manager and Facility Manager are aware of emergent activities and approve any changes to the schedule beginning with the lock-in week through execution week. | - Provide coordination and de-confliction support for day to day schedules which may include Operations, Maintenance, Construction, and Subcritical Experiment activities. | - Conduct structured Work Week Review (T+1), Scheduling (T-2 to T-4), Scoping (T-5 to T-8), and Lock-In (T-1) Meetings and ensuring that all parties are engaged and challenged to meet their commitments for the upcoming and current work weeks. | - Assign actions from the Work Week Review and other meetings to groups that are found to be deficient and in need of improvement in areas identified during said meetings. | - Ensure the resources are available to support all scheduled work | - Track package approval, material status, and measuring and test equipment status (equipment will be available and calibrated as required to perform the work). Verify materials are received and are correct, tasks are properly scheduled and additional resources are ready to assist. | - Assist external work groups in scheduling, accomplishing and close out of assigned tasks. | - Resolve obstacles to schedule execution and driving the schedule during execution week. | - Integrate efforts of internal, external and subcontract work groups. | - Prepare and issue the work week review in which activities as well as metrics are reviewed to consider opportunities for improvement. | - Manage schedule change control in order to obtain best utilization of available facility resources. | - Perform periodic reviews of Backlog with Maintenance and Operations checking for duplicates, ensuring the work is still needed, and checking for any other issues with the work order. | - Process revisions to work packages that cannot be made in the field as applicable. | - Provide administrative control of work packages throughout the work package life cycle. This includes submission of work requests all the way through to the closure process. | - Perform other duties as assigned by Management.
As part of the U1a Complex team, the Tagging Authority coordinates all hazardous energy control and Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) activities between all affected organizations, departments, and other groups, including subcontractors, at the U1a Complex (“the facility”). In this role, the Tagging Authority will report to the U1a Complex Operations Manager and will support the facility hazardous energy control/LOTO needs associated with operations, maintenance, construction, and Subcritical Experiments. This position supports the facility’s mission of performing Subcritical Experiments as part of the Stockpile Stewardship Program. | | Key Responsibilities | - Ensure implementation of MSTS’s company and facility requirements for hazardous energy control/LOTO as the facility Tagging Authority. | - Perform Tagging Authority duties at the facility relating to all hazardous energy control/LOTO needs associated with a broad range of systems and energy types (electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, gravity, mixed or other). | - Perform ancillary duties as designated by facility management relating to facility operations, maintenance, and engineering (e.g. operator rounds, procedure development and revision) when not performing primary Tagging Authority duties.