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.
This position reports to the Support Infrastructure and Critical Site Infrastructure (SI/CSI) Manager within the Enterprise Infrastructure Programs (EIP) Directorate. The position provides direct ownership and accountability for all aspects of scope, cost, and schedule performance and risk management of the Support Facilities Modernization Portfolio. | | 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 (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 North Las Vegas, 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, proposals 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, develops and implements corrective actions. | - Directs 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 National Nuclear Security Administration/sponsor initiatives including: Enterprise building design initiatives, BUILDER, G2, space management, Asset Management Programs, etc. | - Facilitate integration with internal business partners and directorates.
The Senior Technical Project Manager (STR) supports project teams in all aspects of monitoring subcontractor performance and contractual oversight of construction projects over the entire lifecycle (initiation, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing). Represents Construction during the formation and solicitation, technical evaluation, and award phases of assigned subcontracts and acts as the primary focal point for field execution issues and day-to-day technical matters on construction subcontracts. | | Key Responsibilities | - Manages small projects (<$5M TPC) and project teams (<10 people) through representative project lifecycle phases.. Responsible for all aspects of managing and/or contractual oversight of small projects over the entire lifecycle (initiation, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing) | - Uses MSTS subcontract technical representative and project management processes, techniques, and tools. | - Supports the Project Management Directorate mission. | - Will act as MSTS Subcontract Technical Representative with the following set of responsibilities: | - Monitoring and inspecting the subcontractor’s quality of work | - Monitoring and validating subcontractor’s installed quantities and monthly progress payments, invoices, force account and time and manage reports. | - Coordinate subcontractor’s activities with work performed by others. Perform surveillances and inspections of subcontractors work to confirm compliance with subcontract requirements. Review subcontractor submittals and coordinate project review of the same. Coordinate with MSTS Design Engineering and the subcontractor’s design entity for design/build subcontracts. | - Exercise professional judgement within the framework of broad guidelines provided by superiors. | - Monitor the subcontractors’ work processes to ensure adherence to the principles of Integrated Safety Management. | - Provide oversight and daily reports of work performed. | - Coordinate the onboarding (badging and training) for subcontractor employees. | - Perform reporting of any safety or security infractions by subcontractor while work is being performed. | - Coordinate project activities with affected building tenants and facility managers. | - Coordinate work with assigned project manager. | | - Exposure to inclement weather possible due to work locations.
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 will report to the Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation (DNN) Director and will oversee 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 MSTS nonproliferation and stewardship science projects and programs. | - Leads multiple aspects of financial planning, monitoring, reporting, scheduling, analysis, and preparation of technical/schedule information required for complex program/project planning; Coordinate and oversee integrated project teams. Identifies, manages, and mitigates program and project risks actively. | - Work with MSTS principal investigators to develop white papers and project proposals for nonproliferation Research and Development (R&D) projects. | - Identify new opportunities for MSTS involvement in NNSA DNN venture projects. | - Act as lead interface between MSTS technical teams and corresponding National Laboratory teams. | - Interface with MSTS stewardship science projects and programs to develop joint R&D opportunities. | - Remain active in their particular field and will have a goal to continue to publish their own research and attend professional meetings to present their results. | - Assist the DNN Director in the strategic evaluation of program goals for long-term growth and development. | - Provides general management, oversight, and execution of Program and Project Excellence initiatives and continuous improvement across the business and execution within assigned complex programs. | - Interface with Mission Execution directors to provide portfolio financial updates and requirements. | - Interface with Headquarters (HQ) Federal Program Managers to meet deliverables and provide strategic opportunities for portfolio growth. | - The job has excellent growth potential within Program Management given hard work and dedication to the nuclear non-proliferation mission of reducing the threat of nuclear weapons around the globe.
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.
As a Master Technologist in the Civil, Structural, Architectural & Mining Engineering department for MSTS, you will use Computer Aided Drafting systems to prepare engineering drawings, sketches and figures. | | Key Responsibilities | - Use Computer Aided Drafting systems such as Microstation to prepare engineering drawings, sketches, and figures. Prepare and check engineering design documents, including drawings, sketches, and change notices. Conduct 3D laser scanning and post processing of cloud data as well as create 3D models. | - Coordinate with multiple engineering disciplines, facility managers, project managers, and project engineers. Build teaming relationships with technical and other company organizations. | - Serve as drafting lead for projects. | - Perform site walk downs as required. | - Complete engineering tasks as described in the engineering work plans. | - Serve as expert advisor to other personnel and management on difficult and critical technical issues. | - Mentor engineering staff and technical management in methods, processes, and best practices. | - Make recommendations to Engineering manager for hardware and software upgrades and changes to maintain a technically capable work environment for Engineering.
Provide Fire Protection Engineer support to the Engineering Department. Support will include preparation of fire hazards analysis and fire protection assessments for multiple site facilities. Work will need to be completed in accordance with NNSS procedures and DOE requirements. | | Key Responsibilities | - Devises solutions to highly complex technical problems of broad scope. Solutions may require resolving conflicting customer expectations and design requirements, utilizing unconventional technology and materials, and cross-disciplinary integration. | - Serves as consultant to less experienced engineers, providing practical advice on implementation of solutions for organizational goals. | - | Responsible for preparation and checking of design drawings, specifications, calculations, system design descriptions, design analyses, fire hazards analyses, fire protection assessments, equivalencies, and exemptions; must be a subject matter expert in fire suppression systems, fire alarm and detection systems, fire barrier design, and life safety design features. | Identify risk and design features to aid in preventing, controlling, and mitigating the effects of fire. Able to perform hydraulic calculations with the assist of computer software such as Hydraulic Analyzer of Sprinkler Systems HASS). Provide support to beneficial occupancy inspections as needed. | | - Conducts or leads research; develops and designs new instrumentation, equipment, and procedures for testing and solving problems; presents papers; and keeps abreast of new technological developments, methods or materials, keeping management informed of important new advances. | - Ensures team’s processes and deliverables comply with laws, codes, orders, and MSTS policies and procedures. Research and interpretation of codes and standards and Department of Energy (DOE) Orders and standards will be required on a daily occurrence. Must be able to coordinate with multiple engineering disciplines as well as the Authority Having Jurisdiction, fire marshal, facility manager, and project managers Must have a working knowledge of applicable National Fire Protection Association codes and standards, International Building Code, International Fire Code, DOE orders and standards, and Code of Federal Regulations.
The candidate will serve as the lead in the design effort for select-pulsed powered systems to support National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) missions, and be a key participant in electronics design work, root cause failure analysis, and general diagnostic support for high energy x-ray sources and/or neutron generators for the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). | | Key Responsibilities | - Devises solutions that are comprehensive in all aspects and exhaustive at all levels, including cross- disciplinary approaches and applications. | - Devises and develops solutions and approaches to technical, scientific and operational needs. | - Develops new initiatives for additional scopes of work. | - Participates in business development by defining customer needs, developing proposals and planning projects that will produce results meeting customer needs. | - Works with customer personnel to ensure their needs are clearly defined and to meet customer objectives. | - Ensures team’s processes and deliverables comply with laws, codes, orders, and MSTS policies and procedures. | - Provides guidance to senior management regarding strategic development opportunities using MSTS technologies and capabilities. | - In addition to fulfilling basic ESH&Q obligations
Key Responsibilities: | - Provide field support for dynamic physics experiments within Stockpile Stewardship science program. | - Produce complex mechanical assemblies with tight tolerances. | - Design and fabricate prototype mechanical devices in support of a small team of R&D scientists and engineers. | - Work with engineers and scientists in the development and fielding of electrical, optical, and laser diagnostic data acquisition systems | - and developing new concepts. | - Responsible for operating diagnostic equipment such as oscilloscopes, function generators, delay generators, spectrum analyzers, fiber optic inspection and cleaning equipment, optical time domain reflectometers, spectrum analyzers, etc. | - Assist in researching, extracting, analyzing and compiling system documentation, data acquisition, and technical data. | - Ability to be a team member on specific event diagnostics as skills and experience permit. | - As a member of field support, you must be able to adapt to diverse field environments. | - Ability to do basic electronic work. | - Assists in researching, extracting, analyzing and compiling technical data. | - Assists in the preparation of reports, graphs, proposals, studies and correspondence. | - Assists in preliminary engineering analysis, conceptual design and engineering calculations. | - Assists in and review project design and technical documents. | - May perform drafting assignments, revise prints and prepare sketches. | - Work locations will include the North Las Vegas Facility and the Nevada National Security Site
Key Responsibilities: | - Ability to use computer aided design and drafting (CADD) software to create technical designs and drawings in research and development environment. | - Plans and conducts work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection, application, and modification of mechanical parts and assemblies. | - Devises new approaches for designing and drafting complex chassis builds and mechanical assemblies. | - Plans and conducts independent work requiring judgment and experience in the application and substantial adaptation of operations techniques. | - Devises new approaches to operations problems. | - May provide direction and instruction to engineers, technicians, crafts, or others in the use of configuration management/CADD software for specific projects or tasks. | - Performs work that involves conventional practices but may include a variety of complex features such as conflicting requirements, unsuitability of conventional methods, or difficult coordination requirements. | - Plans, guides, or prepares administrative and technical documents as required for the design and build of complex assemblies. | - Coordinates project assignments among engineers, project managers, clients, and vendors. Applies accepted technical standards to design drawings. | - Requires everyday collaboration with engineers, vendors, and other designers in order to make sure that design details are handled appropriately.
Key Responsibilities: | - Devises imaginative, thorough and practical solutions requiring evaluation of standards and processes solutions may be unique. | - Coordinates execution of assigned projects. | - Works independently and with working groups with diagnostic development and or deployment. | - 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. | - Interface regularly with coworkers, other department teams, and other company organizations to support upcoming experiments. | - Primary work locations will be the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) and North Las Vegas, as required by experiments and work may be outdoors or underground, and some travel may be required. | - Contributes to strategies, reports and technical proposals. | - Supports field programs and designs using predetermined principles and practices. | - Guides implementation and utilization of technology for both experimental and operational needs. | - Assists in performing design and technical analysis activities using prescribed codes and standards, computer software, and generally accepted best management practices. | - Builds teaming relationships with technical colleagues and other company organizations. | - 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.
Provide field support for dynamic physics experiments within Stockpile Stewardship science program. | | Key Responsibilites: | | - Work with engineers and scientists in the development and fielding of electrical, optical, and laser diagnostic data acquisition systems. | - Responsible for operating diagnostic equipment such as oscilloscopes, function generators, delay generators, spectrum analyzers, fiber optic inspection and cleaning equipment, optical time domain reflectometers, spectrum analyzers, etc. A | - Assists in researching, extracting, analyzing and compiling system documentation, data acquisition, and technical data. | - Be a team member on specific event diagnostics as skills and experience permit. | - As a member of field support, you must be able to adapt to diverse field environments. | - Be competent in basic electronic work. | - Assists in researching, extracting, analyzing and compiling technical data. | - Assists in the preparation of reports, graphs, proposals, studies and correspondence. | - Assists in preliminary engineering analysis, conceptual design and engineering calculations. | - Assists in and review project design and technical documents. | - May perform drafting assignments, revise prints and prepare sketches. | - Work locations will include the North Las Vegas Facility and the Nevada National Security Site. |
Provide field support for dynamic physics experiments within Stockpile Stewardship science program. | | Key Responsibilities: | - Work with engineers and scientists in the development and fielding of electrical, optical, and laser diagnostic data acquisition systems. | - Responsible for operating diagnostic equipment such as oscilloscopes, function generators, delay generators, spectrum analyzers, fiber optic inspection and cleaning equipment, optical time domain reflectometers, spectrum analyzers, etc. | - Assists in researching, extracting, analyzing and compiling system documentation, data acquisition, and technical data. | - Be a team member on specific event diagnostics as skills and experience permit. | - As a member of field support, must be able to adapt to diverse field environments. | - Must be competent in basic electronic work. | - Assists in researching, extracting, analyzing and compiling technical data. | - Assists in the preparation of reports, graphs, proposals, studies and correspondence. | - Assists in preliminary engineering analysis, conceptual design and engineering calculations. | - Assists in and review project design and technical documents. | - May perform drafting assignments, revise prints and prepare sketches. | - Work locations will include the North Las Vegas Facility and the Nevada National Security Site.
Principal Engineer for vital national security projects at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). The Principal Engineer requires adequate technical understanding in order to work safely and competently with experiments involving explosives, diagnostics, nuclear materials, and other possible hazards. The Principal Engineer will report to the Test and Experimentation’s Mission Readiness Division and have the initial responsibility for preparing and fielding high hazard experiments at the NNSS at the Big Explosion Experiment Facility (BEEF) and Baker explosive assembly site. The specific job tasks include: | Work with MSTS Program Integration, NNSA Mission Programs Directorate, and federal partners to develop the requirements, budget, work breakdown structures, cost estimates, and deliverables for the project. | | Key Responsibilities: | - Develop an Integrated Project Team that includes functional support representatives from across MSTS directorates that are needed to execute the experiments safely, securely, and compliantly. | - Serve as an integrator of work to ensure MSTS and National Weapons Laboratories (NWL) are communicating effectively and working together efficiently to execute the project. Effective integration may require frequent travel to the NWL. | - Establish a project budget and schedule using MSTS’s Project Controls Reporting System. The Principal Engineer will be assigned a Project Controls Specialist to assist in the budget and schedule development. | - Establish and monitor project performance (e.g., Cost and Schedule Performance, Deliverable Status, etc.) using MSTS’s Earned Value Management Systems. | - Develop Project Execution Plans and test plans to manage experimental activities across several MSTS directorates. | - Demonstrate environment, safety, health, and quality leadership. Ensure the project authorization basis is developed for the project and facility. Implement all applicable environment, safety, health, and quality requirements; emphasize the safety of each employee, and the protection of equipment and property in area of responsibility. | - Execute the project. Take immediate action to correct reported or observed unacceptable environment, safety, health and quality conditions and/or behaviors. During execution of the project, frequent trips to the NNSS will be required to ensure work and research objectives are being met. | - Assure that appropriate procedures, training, equipment, warnings, and tools are provided to employees to permit work to be performed safely. | - Provide frequent status reports as required to communicate emerging issues and project successes with division management and MSTS Program Integration. | - Prepare and present monthly project status reports to MSTS program management. | - Promote and actively participate in MSTS Beyond Zero safety concept. | - Demonstrate continuous improvement by documentation of lessons learned or participating in improvement initiatives. | - Closeout the project upon completion and prepare for future assignments.
- Support the effective operation of scalable solutions, clustering and integration strategies with the Windows Server Operating System. | - Support patches and remediates cyber vulnerabilities within Windows servers systems per established Service Level Agreements. | - May assist in investigating and resolving escalated Help Desk tickets. | - Assist in writing security plans, performing certification and accreditation tests to validate security policies are in place. | - Collaborate with more experienced technical personnel on project teams in designing and deploying solutions in a Windows environment. | - Utilize PowerShell and other automation technologies to improve processes and reduce support efforts. | - Support test bed and equipment deployment projects from start to finish including racking all varieties of hardware, cabling, OS installation/vulnerability patching and firmware upgrades. | - Devise solutions in response to support requests and for improving internal processes and procedures. | - Report Key Performance Indicators, including capacity planning, system health. | - Deploy automation and workflow solutions in collaboration with Design and Engineering, Project Managers and Operations staff. | - Create run book and other supporting documentation as needed. | - Participate in problem management and root cause analysis and maintain 24x7 availability and monitoring of enterprise system servers.
The position will work closely with and report to the Procurement Manager and the Supply Chain & Warehousing Director. The position requires the individual to be a person of high integrity and any other duties must not be in conflict with the compliance goals and objectives of the organization. The position requires coordination and strong communication skills with regard to planning, implementation, and monitoring of the approved Procurement program to include early procurement involvement and resolving compliance issues with procurement representatives, legal counsel and providing input at all levels of the organization. | | Key Responsibilities | - Develop, implement and enforce policies, procedures and objectives for the efficient expectation of a compliant procurement organization system and activities. | - Maintain and monitor the implementation of the approved and compliant procurement system. | - Reporting on methods to improve efficiency and quality of services, and to reduce the vulnerability to fraud, abuse, and waste within the procurement organization. | - Periodically reviewing and revising the policies and procedures in light of changes to the organization, the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and modifications to the prime contract. | - Ensuring the procurement department personnel are current on their delegation of procurement authorities and that personnel maintain their delegation of procurement authority within the compliant procurement system. | - Coordinate legal matters involving procurement policies, claims, protests, disputes, labor and terms and conditions with the Legal Counsel and Labor Relations. | - Conduct compliance reviews of all procurement activities that require the Legal Counsel and Contracting Officer reviews and provide recommendations for improvement or corrections needed. | - Conduct monthly post award file reviews for tracking and trending of issues/corrections and provide the necessary training of procurement personnel. | - Responding to government audits and investigations as the primary point of contact for the Procurement organization. | - Providing input to corrective actions resulting from audits, independent and management assessments and tracking the corrections to completion. | - Implement and maintain current written policies, procedures and standards of conduct for the Procurement organization. | - Implement and maintain current clause matrices for the various contract types utilized within the Procurement organization. | - Implement and maintain a training program for the various levels of buying functions. | - Conduct periodic management assessments and identify compliance issues, concerns and deficiencies with recommended corrective actions and plans. | - Assist with tracking of the procurement priorities within each buying group. | - Responsible for the Small Business Program to ensure the small business subcontracting goals are negotiated and met on an annual basis. | - Responsible for the Subcontract Technical Representative Program to ensure the training of the assigned personnel is adequate for the administration of the subcontracts assigned. | - Responsible for the oversight of the Procurement Engineering Group to ensure the procurement requirements are developed and adequate to begin the buying process. | This position will have the authority to review all procurement-related documents and other information that are relevant to procurement compliance activities, including but not limited to, procurement personnel, subcontractors/suppliers, Internal Audit, IT and other organizations within the company. Reviewing of major subcontracts for potential organizational conflicts of interest, and seeking the advice of legal counsel, where appropriate. The position will work closely with key supervisors and managers to identify risks and trends to ascertain patterns that may require a change in the policies and procedures within the Procurement organization.
You will serve as a Civil/Structural Facility/System Engineer within the Mission Support and Test Services LLC (MSTS) Nuclear Assets Directorate (NAO). | | Key Responsibilities | - Contributes to design and technical analysis activities using prescribed codes and standards, computer software, and generally accepted best management practices. | - Coordinates project work with vendors and contractors. | - Interprets and adapts guidelines for specific cases. | - Evaluates nuclear facility processes, procedures, and work instructions to improve performance. | - Provides information to regulatory customers on technical issues. | - Prepares work statements for subcontracts and procurements, evaluates bids and makes recommendation for equipment or construction awards. | - Works with team to define customer needs and develops technical proposals. | - Participates in conducting engineering investigations and planning work by completing well-defined tasks. | - Carries out specific assignments in preparing and assembling specifications. | - Assists in the planning, design, and production of engineering drawings. | - Complies 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. | - Understands the principles associated with the MSTS safety concept. | - Participates in and embraces MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
The Special Technologies Laboratory in Santa Barbara, CA is looking for someone to perform facility maintenance functions at a high skill level including but not limited to troubleshooting heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) concerns, routine plumbing, electrical, and custodial operations. | | Key Responsibilities | - | Movement, assembly and installation of furniture, modular partitions, equipment, or machinery. | | - | Framing, dry wall, general carpentry and painting skills that are needed for repairs or minor building modification projects. | | - | Assist the Section Supervisor by providing technical direction and guidance to other members of the Facilities Section on technical job details and building code requirements. | | - | Assist with preparing purchase orders, scheduling, escorting, and supervision of any sub-contractors needed to assist with routine maintenance or repair activity tasks.