The Nonproliferation Data Analytics and Wireless Sensors Program Manager will report to the Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation (DNN) Director and will oversee DNN projects focused on the collection and analysis of nuclear non-proliferation data at the Nevada National Security Site and other National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) testbeds. | Key Responsibilities: | - Perform a variety of functions, including, but not limited to, oversight of data collection and analysis projects, coordination of diverse teams of scientists and engineers to deliver project results to stakeholders, development of new project proposals, and interfacing with NNSA program managers and oversight. | - The Analytics and Sensors Program Manager will take a leading role in coordinating new opportunities for collaboration between MSTS nonproliferation and stewardship science projects and programs. | - Coordinate and oversee integrated project teams. | - Work with MSTS principal investigators to develop white papers and project proposals for nonproliferation R&D projects. | - Identify new opportunities for MSTS involvement in NNSA DNN venture projects. | - Act as lead interface between MSTS technical teams and corresponding National Laboratory teams. | - Interface with MSTS stewardship science projects and programs to develop joint R&D opportunities. | - Remain active in their particular field and will have a goal to continue to publish their own research and attend professional meetings to present their results. | - Assist the DNN Director in the strategic evaluation of program goals for long-term growth and development. | - Interface with Mission Execution directors to provide portfolio financial updates and requirements. | - Interface with Headquarters (HQ) Federal Program Managers to meet deliverables and provide strategic opportunities for portfolio growth. | - The job has excellent growth potential given into Program Management given hard work and dedication to the nuclear non-proliferation mission of reducing the threat of nuclear weapons around the globe.
Selected candidate oversees the implementation and activities of a graded, effective safeguards program for control and accountability of nuclear material (NM). | | Key Responsibilities | - Develops, coordinates, and implements facility and project specific surveillance plans. | - Provides oversight to ensure control and accountability of accountable NM at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) to include, but not limited to: Proper safeguarding and storage of NM in assigned Material Balance Areas (MBAs); transfers and receipts of materials into and out of the MBAs; determination of need for and the proper application of tamper indicating devices; and physical inventories. | - Participate in assessments/performance tests involving accountable NM and Material Control & Accountability (MC&A) requirements. | - Review procedures and plans involving accountable NM in assigned MBAs, including those for the facility. | - Maintain all training involving accountable NM and related operations in assigned MBAs. | - Perform inventory activities and item reconciliation for assigned MBAs; perform backup duties for other MBA Custodians; and be trained in NM measurements to include verification and confirmation measurements. | - Ability to learn and understand the NM Local Area Nuclear Material Accounting System (LANMAS). | - Participate in Human Reliability Program and become a Radiological Worker I qualified within three months of start date. | - Provide technical leadership and direction to include identifying, evaluating and compiling detailed technical information related to the mission and process of the MBA(s) in regard to accountable NM. | - Interface with the management of the facility and/or operation in which assigned MBA is located when accountable NM are involved. | - Troubleshoot anomalies related to accountable NM in assigned MBA(s); inventory difference investigation, calculations, and resolution. | - Development of corrective actions for any identified deficiencies in assigned MBA(s). | - Participate in management reviews of MBA-related issues involving accountable NM; development and maintenance of MBA(s) data sheet(s). | - Interacts with a broad range of NNSS management and staff, national laboratory representatives, and various government agencies. | - Performs other related work as assigned by supervisor or management.
THIS IS A CASUAL POSITION WORKING A MAXIMUM OF 900 HOURS PER CALENDAR YEAR. | | Key Responsibilities | - Will escort general public and programmatic tours to National Nuclear Security Administration/Nevada Field Office (NFO) Facilities. Locations include the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS), Remote Sensing Laboratory, NFO and other locations as required. | - Drive a 15-passenger van and minibus; assist with coordination of logistics such as water, lunches etc.; and meet visitors at pick-up location stated on itinerary. | - Educate visitors on security and safety requirements and make appropriate notifications if security and safety requirements are not followed. | - Assist in badging process and keep the Site Operations Center informed as required. | - Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
- This will be a direct-funded Expeditor position. | - Fulfill the duties and responsibilities as Field Material Coordinator (FMC) at the Nevada National Security Site for various other direct funded projects. | - Supports the CP100 Supervisor to ensure the proper application of material control functions identified in the Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) Quality program are implemented and in compliance. | - Provide traceability and control of material from procurement to issuance and final disposition, including the following areas: procurement of materials and services, receipt, inspection handling, storage, retrieval, issuance, and disposal turn-in; facilities equipment, and tools; maintenance tools and equipment control; and control and coordination of calibrations for measuring and testing equipment. | - Establish, maintain, and inventory controlled material storage areas. | - Ensure compliance with material storage requirements. | - Process procurement requests in Oracle database to buy material for Category 1 and 2 Facilities along with general service items. | - Manage Quality Grade (QG) staging area for material to include requisition, receipt and issue, storage, and inventory control. | - Issue material to work packages and update Quality Management System (QMTS) and Maximo records to ensure traceability of material is captured. | - Manage MT&E stored and issued from CP-100. | - Provide FMC support for DAF, JASPER and the CP-100 material control area as needed. | - Plans, schedules and manages the efficient movement of material from receiving or the warehouse to production. | - Develops raw material requirements, scheduling requirements from engineering specifications, production schedules, plans and manages material movement with purchasing, warehouse, and production. | - Prepares recommendations for work planning and scheduling with maintenance, construction, and various other organizations. | - Coordinate with other departments to ensure accountability of all purchased material. | - Ensures needed materials are on hand and ready for use. | - Performs a wide variety of activities of broad scope, related to key business and technical operations, processes, programs, and projects. | - Participates in work planning and schedules with Project Managers. | - Prepare reports, procedures and deliverables for management. | - Performs related work as assigned by manager. | - | Work schedule is 4/10s.
Key Responsibilities | - Contributes in the coordination and execution of diverse and innovative research to solve physics-based problems in support of Department of Energy (DOE) nuclear non-proliferation activities, as well as Department of Defense (DOD) and IC customers. | - Contribute to strategies, reports and technical proposals, and prepare concept designs and analytical methods. | - Utilize commercial, government, and/or research-developed modeling methodologies for complex problems that may involve fluid-structure-interaction, coupling with finite element solvers and thermal solvers, chemical reactions, and/or multiphase flows. | - Guide implementation and utilization of technology for both experimental and operational needs. | - Serve as an internal subject matter expert in your discipline and collaborate with project team members and partner labs throughout the DOE infrastructure and academia.
Key Responsibilities | - | Act as a team leader supporting assigned customers by timely, cost effectively, and efficiently managing the execution of all procurements. | | - | Provides technical guidance on preparation, solicitation, negotiation, award and administration of procurement documents and coordinates procurement activities with the requesting organization. | | - Ensure the completion of his/her own workload while mentoring, developing and assisting teammates. | - Coordinates and monitors the advance acquisition plan for major acquisitions, including the development of the overall strategy for managing the acquisition. | - Expert in cradle to grave execution of services, supplies, and construction procurements. | - An effective communicator who keeps all stakeholders informed of status regularly while building meaningful partnerships beyond individual procurement actions. | - Working with management, the team leader will effectively assess team member strengths and weaknesses, helping ensure proper training and mentorship is provided that ensures newly assigned procurement personnel receive appropriate training and development to satisfy job performance criteria. | - Continuously assess the procurement process and proactively present streamlining and gap-closing opportunities to management. | - Be an outstanding negotiator with the ability to develop and execute tactical and strategic cost savings strategies. | - Have a solid working knowledge of formal project management techniques and concepts, as he/she will be supporting formal projects and may serve formally as cost account or work package manager. | - Assist management, as necessary, with assigning work to buyers, analyzing procurement data for reports, training customers/buyers, preparing reports, and assessing/managing buyer performance.
Key Responsibilities | - Work closely with world-renowned experts in the field of linear induction accelerators (LIA) to design, fabricate, commission, and ultimately operate a new world class hydro-test facility at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). | - Spend several years as a mentee to these LIA experts while designing and fabricating the accelerator system, after which the candidate will take a lead role in commissioning and bringing to operation the hydro-test facility at the NNSS. | - Work with a team of experts in optimizing radiographic performance of the system and will conduct long-term research to continuously improve system performance and maintain applicability to future U.S. nuclear stockpile and global security needs.
Serve as a Senior Nuclear Facilities Operations Specialist to coordinate and complete critical support activities at the U1a complex. As an integral part of our U1a team, you will collaborate with external and internal partners to attain desired success states and sustain operations | | Key Responsibilities | - Reports to the U1a Complex Support Supervisor, and will support the U1a Complex Facility Manager (FM) and Operations Manager (OM). | - Requires the ability to complete multiple tasks within compressed and demanding timeframes. | - Access U1a Complex buildings and tunnels to conduct walk-downs, inspections, and site-specific tours. | - Conduct and document Operator Rounds inspections for surface/underground buildings, structures, and equipment, in accordance with Conduct of Operations requirements. | - Assist with the update, revision, and maintenance of the U1a Complex Conduct of Operations Matrix Applicability document. | - Lead the development, revision, completion and publication of U1a Complex documents, including Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Abnormal Operations Procedures (AOPs), plans, policies, organizational procedures, primary and secondary Real Estate Operations Permits (REOPs), and other authorization basis documents. | - Assist with coordination and completion of facility documents supporting Nuclear Weapons Laboratory (NWL) Subcritical Experiments ((SCEs). | - Oversight, inventory, and coordination of processes involving Material and Test Equipment (M&TE), Quality Grade Materials, and the MSTS Quality Material Tracking System; | - Providing support to U1a Complex Chemical/Lifecycle, Risk Management, and Fire Protection programs and initiatives. | - Assisting with facility management assessments and observations, including development of assessment plans and reports, and coordination with the MSTS issues management process (caWeb) to ensure that U1a Complex issues are effectively identified, addressed, tracked, and closed. | - Assist with safety-based surface/underground formal workplace inspections. | - Provide support to the Execution Working Group (EWG) Coordinator to manage the facility integrated schedule for planned operational activities, including maintenance, construction, and Laboratory experiments. | - Assist with coordination of U1a Complex abnormal events/emergency preparedness drills and exercise when required, act as the Local Emergency Director and/or Emergency Action Team member at the U1a Complex. | - Provide a regular interface to coordinate support with Laboratory, Operations, Engineering, Maintenance, and Construction personnel at the U1a Complex; interact with other MSTS organizations (e.g., Design Engineering, Industrial Hygiene, Radiological Controls, Safety, Training, etc.), as well as DOE personnel and external customers. Perform other duties as determined by facility management and supervision. | - Promptly correct or report any hazards or potential hazards to supervision. | - Understand the principles associated with MSTS safety concepts, goals, and initiatives. | - Participate and contribute to MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives
You will serve as the Facility Manager for Tunnel Facilities (excluding U1a) managed by Nuclear Asset Operations (NAO), for operations and activities conducted in underground facilities at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). As an integral part of our NAO team, you will direct, coordinate, and perform support activities to attain desired success states and sustain operations. | | Key Responsibilities | - Ensure applicable authorization basis and safety requirements are fully compliant and implemented. | - Plan, organize and direct programs and/or processes applicable to Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) underground facilities, operations and activities. | - Complete assigned tasks and projects on time and within the prescribed budget. | - Track and de-conflict maintenance work at facilities and assist facility personnel with identified corrective actions from issue to closure. | - Maintain a skilled and trained base staff and matrix support personnel well versed in the processes and procedures required to conduct contact work and experiments at the facilities safely. | - Interface and collaborate with external and internal project/laboratory partners and operational management for the assigned facility/project to determine appropriate level and scope of tasks necessary to attain project/operational goals and objectives.
The Engineering Department seeks a talented and dedicated individuals to serve as the Engineering Civil, Structural, Architectural and Mining Manager in our design department. | | This manager will provide multi-discipline support for multiple projects of varying scope. The selected candidate will be responsible for direct management of engineering personnel, the technical adequacy and completeness of designs, ensuring engineering priorities are supported as planned and scheduled, as well as ensuring staff compliance to codes, standards, and company processes. | | Key Responsibilities | - | The successful manager must be capable of providing daily oversight, technical and administrative direction to 5 or more individuals along with serving as Subcontract Technical Representative for staff augmentation and A&E task order contracts. This position also require the individual to function with little oversight from management. | | - | Daily responsibilities as an Engineering Manager include but are not limited to the management and oversight of daily execution of projects and engineering activities, providing technical and professional guidance to staff, interpreting processes/procedures along with codes and standards, determining and coordinating technical training. The Manager will act as appropriate to ensure the office environment is proper for engineering work, and ensuring engineering activities are executed consistent with NQA-1, DOE 414.1D, and ISO 9001 requirements. | | - | The Manager will also participate in audits and assessments from DOE/NNSA, other external and internal organizations, as well as preparing reports and presentations for management, actively engaging with customers to address issues/requests, coordinating with project managers on project priorities and assigning resources to projects. | | - | The Manager may be tasked to develop proposals to fund expansion of engineering capabilities, tools and technologies, review company and DOE processes, procedures and orders to ensure compliance, have a full understanding of nuclear facility safety analysis, operations, and interface requirements, perform duties as a discipline checker and perform duties as a project engineer. | | - | The Manager may also write, evaluate, and oversee staff augmentation and task order contracts, ensure subcontract staff adheres to company requirements, coordinate subcontract security, network, and logistical requirements as well as review and approve invoices for subcontracts and materials. | | - | The Manager exercise considerable discretion and judgment in performing work and conducting evaluations of operation/process effectiveness and initiate changes as required to implement process improvements. Will work with other work groups and outside agencies, customers/sponsors, suppliers, as required, to effectively execute projects and programs. | | - | Develop relationships as needed to perform work effectively and provides guidance to students, interns, contractors and other support personnel, as a mentor or as a team/project leader. | | - | The Manager will also interface with other team members, analyze processes and procedures to increase efficiency, monitor group performance against metrics and goals, perform employee performance evaluations, work with employees to develop goals. Will also create an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues. Must accept individual responsibility and accountability for environment, safety, health, and quality processes within personal control, personal safety, and the safety of co-workers.
Serve as line manager for the Nuclear/Radiological Advisory Team Project staff located at the Remote Sensing Laboratory (RSL) on Nellis, AFB Nevada, reporting to the Nuclear/Radiological Advisory Team (NRAT) Project Manager, at RSL Andrews. | | Key Responsibilities | - Ability to accomplish staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; developing, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, procedures, and productivity standards. | - Maintains staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees; maintaining a safe, secure, and legal work environment; developing growth opportunities | - Participates in planning, staffing and scheduling activities; allocate resources and personnel to satisfy the program and project needs. | - Will be required to provide scientific and/or technical support to a segment of the project work conducted at RSL Nellis and directly supervise NRAT staff at RSL Nellis. | - Responsible for creating an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues. | - Provide feedback and continuous improvement to the operation. | - Prepare and assign daily work assignments and weekly schedules for scientific and technical staff. | - Perform various administrative duties and related work as assigned by the manager.
Serve as line supervisor for the Nuclear/Radiological Advisory Team Project staff located at the Remote Sensing Laboratory (RSL) on Joint Base Andrews in Suitland, Maryland, reporting to the Nuclear/Radiological Advisory Team (NRAT) Project Manager, at RSL Andrews. | | Key Responsibilities | - Must be able to accomplish staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; developing, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, procedures, and productivity standards. | - Maintains staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees; maintaining a safe, secure, and legal work environment; developing growth opportunities | - Participates in planning, staffing and scheduling activities; allocate resources and personnel to satisfy the program and project needs. | - Will be required to provide scientific and/or technical support to a segment of the project work conducted at RSL Andrews and directly supervise NRAT staff at RSL Andrews. | - Responsible for creating an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues. | - Provide feedback and continuous improvement to the operation. | - Prepare and assign daily work assignments and weekly schedules for scientific and technical staff. | - Perform various administrative duties and related work as assigned by the manager.
Manage the Nuclear/Radiological Advisory Team Project staff by supervising line managers located at the Remote Sensing Laboratory (RSL) on Joint Base Andrews in Suitland, Maryland, and at the Remote Sensing Laboratory (RSL) located on Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nevada. | | Key Responsibilities | - Ability to accomplish staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; developing, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, procedures, and productivity standards. | - Maintains staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees; maintaining a safe, secure, and legal work environment; developing growth opportunities | - Participates in planning, staffing and scheduling activities; allocate resources and personnel to satisfy the program and project needs | - Will be required to provide scientific support to a segment of the project work conducted by the RSL. | - Responsible for creating an environment where employees feel safe to raise issues, empowered to address issues, and supported to resolve issues. | - Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision. Understand the principles associated with the Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) safety concept. Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives. | - Perform related work as assigned by manager.
Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) is seeking a Safeguards and Security (S&S) Vulnerability and Risk Analyst. You will be required to accomplish multiple tasks to support S&S planning activities. | | Key Responsibilities | - Provide technical support to the Nevada Field Office (NFO) by conducting analyses that support S&S planning activities for Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) fixed facilities and projects. | - Conduct analysis of physical security features for multiple NNSS projects, to include complex characterizations of targets, threats, facilities, protective force (PF), and insider threats. | - Asset characterization of Department of Energy (DOE) Order 473.3C Design Basis Threat (DBT) security assets to include the categorization and assignment of protection levels (PL) for special nuclear material (SNM), accountable nuclear material, classified information and matter, hazardous chemicals, radiological materials, government property (to include critical infrastructure), and personnel, according to the DBT and National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Supplemental Directive (SD) 470.4-2, Enterprise Safeguards and Security Planning and Analysis Program Implementation Instructions (II). | - Characterize PL 1-4 facilities and protective force in accordance with NNSA SD 470.4-2 II to include delay and blast analysis, development of figures of merit for physical security systems, and identification of essential elements and non-essential elements (NEE) for security assets. | - Conduct insider analysis in accordance with the DBT and NNSA SD 470.4-2 II vulnerability and security risk assessments used to support the determination of risk to DOE/NNSA assets. | - Develop DBT graduated threat axis scenarios in accordance with the DBT and NNSA SD 470.4-2 II to support the determination of risk for PL 1-4 facilities. | - Support the development of neutralization analysis for PL 1-4 facilities in accordance with the DBT and NNSA SD 470.4-2 II in order to development protection system effectiveness for these types of facilities. | - Develop and conduct security risk assessments for PL 5-8 assets in accordance with the DBT and NNSA SD 470.4-2 II used to communicate risk to the appropriate risk accepting official. | - Provide technical input to security system construction and installation, active/passive barrier systems, and participate in NNSA security system design reviews at the NNSS for Perimeter Intrusion Detection and Assessment System (PIDAS), vault-type rooms (VTR), and other support required for security system installations. | - Represent MSTS at meetings related to security risk and vulnerability planning activities. | -
This position is for a system architect for embedded electronic and communications systems. You will work on a diverse set of projects that use communications technologies. Out-of-the-box thinking to solve complex problems differentiates our projects from the rest. | As a system architect, you will lead a team of engineers and technicians in the development of electronic systems for challenging applications in support of National Security. You will have several simultaneous projects and will be expected to delegate work to team members and mentor junior staff. You will interface directly with customers and help write proposals for future projects. You will travel to customer sites for program reviews, discussions and field demonstrations of systems. | | Responsibilities: | | PRINCIPAL ENGINEER | - Develop solutions that may be new and unique. | - Oversee research, data compilation and data analysis. | - Oversee field programs, designs, and instrumentation systems. | - Serve as Subject Matter Expert (SME) to both internal and external parties. | - Provide cross-disciplinary integration for complex projects. | - Define customer needs and develop technical proposals. | - Work with peers, other disciplines and other internal organizations to coordinate project execution and compliance. | - Develop and present education or training in applicable discipline. | - Represent organization as primary technical contact to other internal organizations. | - Foster relationships and identify opportunities across organizational boundaries | SENIOR PRINCIPAL ENGINEER | - Focus on the most complex projects with the broadest technical scope, requiring interdisciplinary and interagency coordination. | - Devise entire courses of action of the broadest scope to solve multiple problems of very complex nature. | - Assure solutions optimize state-of- the-art technology and minimizes programmatic constraints. | - Set priorities and standards for research, data compilation and data analysis. | - Conduct in-depth analyses considering multiple tangible and intangible factors. | - Carry out special or unique studies requiring unconventional or novel approaches and techniques. | - Serve as an expert resource, consultant, and advisor both internally and to other organizations. | - Develop new initiatives and technical capabilities for the company. | - Advise management on technology utilization and development. | - Report project status, issues and results to management. | - Identify organizational and interdepartmental issues. | - Frequently invited to serve on internal and external technical committees. | - Provide guidance to senior management regarding strategic development opportunities for new technologies and capabilities.
MINE RESCUE COORDINATOR | Serve as a Mine Rescue coordinator to assist in critical support activities at all the underground facilities. As an integral part of the Emergency Management Team, you will collaborate with external and internal partners to attain desired success states and sustain operations. | | Key Responsibilities | - Research and procure the necessary consumables in order to maintain emergency preparedness of the Mine Rescue Team at the NNSS. | - Work with various managers and supply chain personnel to plan and schedule the budget associated with ensuring the team is operationally prepared. | - Understand maintenance scheduling as well as procurement processes. | - Deliver high quality course material using proper communication and technical skills. | - Work with all team members in operational readiness and continual training. | - Comply with directions given by the Mine Rescue Coordinator such as audit preparation and records review. | - Ensure that all safety practices and protocols are met. | - Assist other instructors in the delivery of course material to insure all objectives are met. | - Maintain training associated with maintenance on emergency response equipment (i.e. Draeger BG-4 equipment) | - Assist in set-up, cleaning and maintenance of equipment associated with Mine Rescue Equipment. | - Prepare electronic course delivery material handouts, presentations, and training simulations. | - Follow all requirements set forth in the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA )code of federal regulations and company level documents. | - Represent the NNSS in a professional manner at all times. | - Train in various environmental conditions within Company safety guidelines. | - Maintain a high degree of safety and compliance with all guidelines and procedures. | - Coordinate activities with all members of the Mine Rescue Team in support of the Mine Rescue Coordinator
- Plans through interaction with Nuclear and Non-Nuclear Maintenance personnel, Environmental Safety, Health, and Quality (ESH & Q) personnel, project managers, and craft personnel as needed to plan Type 1, 2, 3, and 4 work packages in accordance with priorities. | - Planners will use their knowledge to perform the responsibilities of planning preventive and corrective maintenance work packages, preventive maintenance procedures, and construction activity work packages; as well as managing the completion of work within their portfolio of responsibility. | - Responsible for determining job hazards, defining appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to be used by workers, writing job plans and work instructions that contain appropriate detail to keep workers safe during execution of Activity Level Work (ALW), and to track and trend work packages for continuous improvement. | - Ensure feedback from craft and others using work packages providing opportunities for improving the definition and planning of work as identified and implemented are acted upon appropriately. | - Ensure work packages contain appropriate work instructions, proper forms, hazard identification and mitigation checklist, appropriate lessons learned, and other information as required to facilitate safe, secure, and quality work at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). | - The planner will serve as the main point of contact with Facilities, Infrastructure, Maintenance and Services (FIMS) work execution customers to validate scope of work and priorities for developing work packages. | - The planner will also participate in scheduling meetings to assure work package completion plan is in alignment with upcoming scheduled activities. | - Accept individual responsibility and accountability for environment, safety, health, and quality processes within personal control, personal safety, and the safety of co-workers. | - Comply with established regulations and procedures for environment, safety, health, and quality and perform duties in a way that will not cause personal danger, endanger other individuals, or violate environment, safety, health, and quality regulations. | - Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision. | - Understand the principles associated with the Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) LLC safety concept. | - Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
Project Manager for Pulsed Power Technologies | | Key Responsibilities | - Manage the Design and Engineering Project teams, allowing for more work to be completed and generating additional funding for pulsed power technologies at the NNSS | - Manage multiple projects that may involve complex and technically challenging scopes of work over the entire lifecycle | - Initiates collaboration with partners external to MSTS | - Leads collaboration with National Laboratory partners to achieve mission execution in a safe and secure environment | - Use MSTS project management processes, techniques, tools, and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives. | - Develop and maintain strong working relationships with functional organizations. | - Proactively develop and implement strategies to mitigate risk | - Ensure teams, processes, and deliverables comply with laws, codes, and MSTS policies and procedures | - Meet customers' needs and requirements while providing realistic expectations | - Establish specific customer satisfaction standards | - Apply project management best practices and processes, such as planning, work authorization, monitoring project performance, and the controlling of the project baseline | - Maintain communications between project stakeholders and Integrated Project Team (IPT) members
| For Senior Technologist: | - Provides Industrial Health (IH) technical support to Joint Laboratory Operations - Nevada (JLON). | - Maintains, operates, and ensures calibration of a variety of sampling and monitoring equipment and equipment is functioning properly. | - Conducts Personal/Area Air and Gas Sampling as required per project (i.e. Beryllium, Lead and Noise). | - Conducts routine Swipe sampling and swipe sampling as required per project to characterize work/adjoining areas, release items. | - Coordinate submittal of samples (air, swipe and dosimetry) to laboratory or download. | - Provide associated sampling paperwork and notes to JLON or Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) IH. | - Attend pre-job briefings per project, focusing on toxic metals work. | - Observe and document work activities. | For Principal Technologist: | In addition to the duties listed above, the additional duties will be performed: | - Prepares Toxic Hazard Work Permits for Scientist approval | - Evaluates and interprets results with regard to environmental, safety, and health impacts. Reviews results with Scientist. | - Works with staff and management to prepare technical reports and recommendations on how to correct hazardous conditions. |