Will serve as a primary interface for our Certified Packaging Program (CPP). You will be an integral part of our team of experts providing services such as fissile material handling, certified packaging operations, leakage rate testing, and transportation of hazardous materials in support of the MSTS Nuclear Material Management (NMM) Program. | - At the direction of the FMH Supervisor, handle significant quantities of nuclear material and configure test objects as a Fissile Material Handler. | - Support the Certified Packaging Center (CPC) Supervisor to develop and maintain approved procedures to perform certified packaging and storage operations. | - Assist the CPC Coordinator to coordinate annual activities at the CPC to include equipment calibration, rigging inspection and recertification, hoist inspection and recertification, and forklift inspection and recertification. | - Support the FMH Training Officer during training development and implementation. | - Support non-equivalent transfers of material per the Onsite Transportation Safety Program as a Transfer Coordinator.
- Position represents the Facility Managers Division and reports directly to the Facility Managers Division Manager. | - Provide the Facility Manager function (and Alternate Facility Manager) for selected facilities. | | - The successful candidate will be required to rotate between the NLV and NNSS facilities. | - Assigned facilities may include one or more of the following types of facilities: administrative, SCIF, chemical, industrial, radiological, balance of plant real estate, managed land areas, and training venues. | | - The Facility Manager will manage the real property assets in support of the tenant's day-to-day facility operations. Responsibilities include: compliance with the MSTS ES&H and emergency management requirements, oversight of facility maintenance and construction activities, deconfliction of all work activities conducted within the boundaries of the facility and infrastructure, and implementation of the Fire Protection Program. | - Assist in creating and revising work authorization and execution planning documents, qualifying as the Alternate Facility Manager to multiple facilities, and conducting management self-assessments. Responsible for creating, revising, and managing Asset Management Plan reports. | - Perform other tasks as assigned by the supervisor.
- Provide administrative support for Fleet, Fuel and Equipment Services. | - Tasks include, but are not limited to: | - addressing all incoming calls | - daily headcount from Foremen | - distribution of mail | | - Coordinates and maintains status of multiple calendars, documents, records, and files directly related to business operations. | - Maintains key inventory, participates in the Human Reliability Program, and as a Facility Emergency Action Team Leader. | - Working knowledge of Maximo (Work Orders/Meter Readings – as assigned) | - Interface with outside agencies including planning, operations support, and development of analysis for after action/lessons learned documentation and implementation, as requested. | - May coordinate the work of other Business Assistants to meet organizational unit objectives. | - Prepare reports and studies of an analytical nature, such as organization planning, operations planning, and workload forecasts, including special assignments as needed. | - Help prepare the overhead budget and monitor financial, service, and operations activities against approved budgets. | - Assists in entering P-Card info/Requisition Worksheets. Prepares System Account Requests (SARs), Property Removals. | - Maintains and updates Individual Skill of the Worker Records for all Craft employees and Personal Protective Equipment Vouchers for Site Services and assists Craft employees in training | - Provide administrative input regarding the design, implementation, and enhancement of automated systems. | - Keep abreast of advances in relevant office automation technology, equipment, and software applications. | - Help implement automated document management systems within assigned project/department. | - Organize material for meetings, presentations, and training sessions, composes correspondence, operate audiovisual equipment in the presentation of programs and conferences. | - Assist in personnel activities, policy formulation and administration, compensation administration, provide input to daily work planning and/or performance reviews and employee development, and conducting specific studies, research and analysis. | - Help coordinate furniture and space allocation, space planning, and needs. | - Research problems/discrepancies in documents (including operational planning, invoices, receiving documents, reports) and assemble supporting paperwork. | - Perform other administrative duties as required by the Manager of Fleet, Fuel and Equipment Services. | - Accept individual responsibility and accountability for environment, safety, health, and quality processes within personal control, personal safety, and the safety of co-workers. Comply with established regulations and procedures for environment, safety, health, and quality and perform duties in a way that will not cause personal danger, endanger other individuals, or violate environment, safety, health, and quality regulations. Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision. Participate in and embrace MSTS environment, safety, health, and quality initiatives.
- Perform subcontract technical representative function for the assigned area(s) of responsibility including development of scope of work packages, ensuring compliance with designated subcontract requirements, regular field inspections and audits, daily activity reports documenting inspections and observations, and interface with subcontractor personnel either directly or through other Subcontract Technical Representative (STR) personnel. | - Interface with facility management for work scope, estimate approvals and funding distribution and with project controls and construction execution for scope development, estimate and work control preparation and approval and construction planning. | - Through use of knowledge and experience while monitoring progress of projects and maintenance orders, identify potential problems to the technical cost and/or schedule baselines and implement the necessary corrective actions. | - Perform review and evaluation of preliminary scope, design, schedules, and estimates for new projects to determine constructability and accuracy.
You will serve as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) and provide ownership for maintenance of all assigned systems at the DAF. You will coordinate work with other project team members and serve as lead for projects on your assigned systems. You will also develop processes, procedures, and work instructions for assigned systems. Finally, you will execute work in a disciplined manner to demonstrate compliance with laws, codes, orders, and MSTS policies and procedures. | - Devises imaginative, thorough, and practical solutions requiring evaluation of standards and processes. | - Passionately takes ownership of Preventive Maintenance /Predictive Maintenance program at the DAF for assigned systems. | - Contributes to development of engineering solutions employing new principles, concepts, and/or techniques. | - Maintains a keen attention to detail in execution of procedural forms including PM changes, Replacement Item Evaluations, and Facility Change Requests | - Builds solid team relationships with technical and other company organizations.
- Supports the Nuclear Maintenance Manager to ensure the proper application of engineering functions for assigned systems identified in the Nuclear Maintenance Management Program are implemented. | - Provide engineering technical support for the maintenance of the assigned nuclear and high hazard facilities. | - Provide support during the identification, planning, and preparation for seasonal facility readiness. | - Identify new and/or existing assigned structures, systems, and components (SSC) with preventive maintenance/predictive maintenance (PM/PdM) needs and requirements. | - Provide PM/PdM task information to the Computerized Maintenance Management System for entry into Master Equipment List. | - Provide technical direction and support for PM/PdM work package development. | - Evaluated PM/PdM results for technical and performance issues. | - Approve technical changes to Pm/PdM tasks. | - Trend system performance and/or condition. | - Establish a maintenance history review and trending schedule for assigned systems. | - Analyze assigned SSC equipment failure and recommend corrective actions. | - Provide technical assistance to the Nuclear Maintenance Planner in developing work packages for assigned systems. | - Review and approve work packages for technical content on assigned systems used in nuclear and high hazard facilities | - Provide guidance for work package changes on assigned systems. | - Perform PM deferrals and cancellations on assigned systems. | - Establish Post Maintenance Testing (PMT) acceptance criteria on assigned systems. | - Provide alternative actions to be taken whenever a PMT fails. | - Establish and validate a spare parts inventory for assigned systems. | - Review the Occurrence Reporting and Processing System and Lessons Learned for issues potentially applicable to maintenance engineering functions.
For both levels: | - The successful candidate will possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform Cyber Security operations within an enterprise environment. | - Assists in researching, compiling, and analyzing technical data. | - Assists the ISSM and ISSOs with the execution of their assigned duties. | - Assists senior Cyber Security staff with the design of networks and systems with a security focus, ensuring systems are developed in accordance with federal law, customer requirements, certification and accreditation requirements, and industry best practices. | - Supports incident response and forensics and collaborates with the incident response team as requested. Identifies, reports, and assists in the remediation of Cyber Security threats and vulnerabilities. | - Validates the functionality of security tools within the environment. | - Supports design/deployment/maintenance of new and existing security infrastructure capabilities. | - Conducts a variety of Cyber Security policy compliance tasks such as discovering unauthorized devices, conducting site surveys for non-compliance, and ensuring network access requirements are met. | - Scans network devices for vulnerabilities and configuration baseline compliance and reports findings. | - Reviews Cyber Security threat information and assists with mitigating vulnerabilities identified. | - May monitor intrusion detection/prevention systems (IDS/IPS), Security Event and Incident Management (SEIM) tools, endpoint security tools, email gateways, firewalls, network infrastructure and other appliances for security issues. | - Uses established standards, practices and procedures as well as an increasing technical knowledge to solve problems and complete projects. | - Perform related work as assigned by supervisor. | | Cyber Security Analyst II: | | In addition to the above responsibilities: | - May conduct forensic software and hardware validations. | - May create logical and physical forensic images of digital evidence via the network or directly form hosts. | - Identifies, reports, and assists in the remediation of Cyber Security threats and vulnerabilities.
- Perform the duties of the Facility Security Officer (FSO) and Special Security Officer (SSO) for the Special Technologies Laboratory (STL) facilities and operations located in Santa Barbara, CA. | - Ensure that the comprehensive security program at STL conforms and complies with the requirements and regulations in the applicable Department of Energy (DOE) Orders, special directives from IN-1 and Nevada Field Office (NFO), and Mission Support and Test Services (MSTS) Company Security Directives. | - Security areas of responsibility that include but are not limited to physical security, lock and key control, controlling prohibited articles, defining and maintaining facility security areas, access authorizations and security clearances, visitor control, security badges, creating, handling, storing, processing and transporting classified matter, secure communications, security training, awareness and employee briefings, OPSEC, technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM), emissions security (TEMPEST), communications security (COMSEC), investigating incidents of security concern and assisting with the local implementation of the counterintelligence (CI) program
- Generates technical proposals and white papers in response to request for proposals and broad area announcements from federal sources. | - Develop, manage and execute innovative research using Machine Learning techniques to solve science-based problems. | - Conducts novel research in support of Department of Energy (DOE) nuclear non-proliferation activities, as well as Department of Defense (DOD) and IC customers. | - Manage operational logistics and finances for projects, and create technical reports and deliverables. | - Monitor and de-conflict resources, develop project schedules and time-lines. | - Provide technical advice to less-experienced colleagues and collaborate with partner labs throughout the DOE infrastructure and academia.
The wireless sensor array scientist will report to the Diagnostic Research and Material Studies manager within Test & Evaluation’s Nevada Operations division and will work with a diverse team to develop, design, field, and analyze arrays of wireless sensors for nuclear nonproliferation projects as well diagnostic development, fielding; to field and analyze diagnostics for stockpile stewardship experiments; and to participate in the Site-Directed Research and Development Program. | | Scientist I | - Fielding of wireless sensor arrays at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) and other National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) testbeds. | - Data fusion for analysis of multi-modal data. | - Programming computational solutions in diverse developmental environments. | - Contribute to the preparation of project deliverables. | Scientist II | - Development of new sensor array suites. | - Design of experimental implementation plans. | - Lead preparation of project deliverables. | - Participate in the Site-Directed Research and Development program. | Senior Scientist | - Publication of research results in appropriate conferences and journals. | - Leading original research into sensor development and analysis. | - Interfacing with scientists and engineers from the National Laboratories and other stakeholders. | - Assist in the definition of project deliverables and preparation of project white papers and proposals. | - Author white papers and proposals to the Site-Directed Research and Development program
The candidate will join a team of scientists and engineers in a dynamic research environment at MSTS’s Los Alamos Office. | - Support internal software applications and systems by investigating, designing, documenting, troubleshooting, training, and implementing new applications and hardware. | - Analyzing user requirements for system features and functionality, investigating software requirements, system testing, and creating comprehensive software documentation. | - Research, evaluate, and make recommendations around the implementation of new or existing software features and emerging technologies. | - Collaborate on projects with team members, scientistS, engineers, other IT computing efforts, and other MSTS employees doing similar work. | - Provide technical direction and/or coordinate activities with teammembers and other relevant personnel. | - Document and present work to relevant audiences; | - Work with vendor's customer support, sales reps, and technical working groups
The candidate will join a team of scientists and engineers in a dynamic research environment at MSTS’s Los Alamos Office. | - Develop simulation models and data analysis codes in a wide range of scientific applications and will use these models and codes in the analysis of data from a variety of experiments. | - Will work with software programmers developing analysis code and be able to incorporate scientific code into practical analysis applications. | - Conduct independent research and develop research proposals. | - The candidate must have the flexibility and motivation to learn new programming languages and creative solutions to complex problems. | - Applications will vary from project to project and can include a wide range of topics such as developing scientific simulation software to solve complex scientific problems and developing code for data analysis. | - Must will be willing to support projects as they are needed and be self-motivated to learn skills and technologies outside their previous experience.
The Remote Sensing Laboratory, located on Nellis Air Force Base, seeks a talented individual to support emergency response operations for National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) response assets. | - Participate in planning, coordinating and executing activities for national emergency response assets that participate in trainings, exercises, and real world events. | - Develop and maintain procedures, documents, and reports for internal and external dissemination that are in compliance with DOE orders, as well as company procedures. | - Populate DOE databases with relevant asset information to include training requirements, asset event information, and budgetary updates. | - Develop and maintain procedures, documents, reports, and track requests for information for all matters relating to emergency response teams. | - This position will be expected to maintain significant communications and work in conjunction with colleagues at our office on Joint Base Andrews. | - Professionally interface with various personnel within and outside DOE, to include federal management. | - Become qualified and complete necessary training requirements for deployable and home team operations support requirements. | - Will be required to maintain additional specialized training requirements and the ability to work non-standard hours as dictated by emergency response activities. | - Develop and maintain relationships with other government agencies and external parties to facilitate exercise/drill requirements. | - Candidate must possess excellent customer service skills, and have the ability to interface professionally, internal and external to the organization. | - Individual must maintain confidentiality and display a professional demeanor in daily activities. | - Perform related work as assigned by Supervisor.
The successful candidate will contribute to a team of scientists and engineers building a next generation x-ray machine for stockpile stewardship applications. The candidate will contribute to the development and application of solid state electrical systems used as the drive for the machine. The team will work in multiple locations and the candidate will primarily support elements of the machine that are the responsibility of Lawrence Livermore National Lab. | | Key Responsibilities: | | - Prepare and/or contribute to designs, strategies, reports and technical proposals. | - Perform design and technical analysis activities using prescribed codes and standards, computer software, and generally accepted best management practices. | - Mentors less experienced staff in specific discipline. | - Prepares concept designs and analytical methods | - Coordinates work with multiple project team members. | - Participate in the development of low to high Technology Readiness Level (TRL) innovations. | - Demonstrated ability to work with customers in the field when applying high TRL technologies to new experimental conditions. | - Engage with peer subject matter experts on decisions related to the advancement of RF, control systems, and pulsed power technologies in mission areas specific to NNSS strategic areas of focus. | - Project work may not be exclusive to this project. | - Participate on other project teams where their expertise is needed.
| - Responsible for providing support to NNSS Asset & Material Management (A&MM) Warehouse Operations, Excess & Sales, and Material Management functions. Responsibilities include but not limited to: | - Assist employees with day-to-day Warehouse Operations, Excess and Material Management functions and resolve issues. | - Coordinate and ensure physical inventories are conducted and completed in a timely basis to ensure valid records are continuously maintained. | - Prepares and processes procurement requests in Oracle database to buy material for NNSS A&MM Department Operations along with general service items. | - Schedule customer deliveries to include badging and site access. | - Records and training coordinator. | - Process and track safety shoe, safety glasses and PPE assignments for Department employees. | - Update and track material stock in Maximo database. | - Process excess paperwork and redeployment of personal property excess to Program needs. | - Prepare and track shipping documents for recording movements of material and excess disposal. | - Participates and assists with the Property Management Walk-through Program. | - Monitor performance against metrics and goals established by management. | - Support continuous improvement initiatives and conduct management assessments. | - Implements company policies, procedures and directives to ensure compliance with federal regulations. | - Ensures compliance with export control and high-risk property guidelines for personal property life cycle asset management. | - Perform related work as assigned by manager.
- 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
- Provide field support for dynamic physics experiments within Stockpile Stewardship science program. | - 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 refractometers, spectrum analyzers, etc. | - Assist 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. | - 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
- 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.
THIS IS A LIMITED-TERM REGULAR FULL-TIME POSITION. SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE CAN BE EMPLOYED UP TO TWO YEARS, WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF ONE ADDITIONAL YEAR, BASED ON THE ORGANIZATION'S NEEDS. CANDIDATE MAY BE CONSIDERED FOR A POST-DOC POSITION WITHIN 3 YEARS OF RECEIVING HIS/HER PhD, OR THE CANDIDATE WILL HAVE COMPLETED ALL PhD REQUIREMENTS BY HIRE DATE. | | - Devises imaginative, thorough, and practical solutions requiring evaluation of standards and processes. Solutions may be unique. | - Coordinates execution of assigned projects. | - Develops processes, procedures, work instructions | - Authors formal publications. | - Produces intellectual property. | - Work with a scientific mentor to complete a project of technical relevance to MSTS mission. This will include working toward a solution as an independent contributor and in collaborative teams. | - Will be eligible for full-time MSTS employee benefits, with the exception of the Employee Education Training Assistance Program and severance pay when the employment relationship ends. | - Relocation will be provided on a limited basis.
The selected candidate will work to develop technologies relevant to the National Nuclear Security Administration's Stockpile Stewardship Program. | - Focus areas will include the application of laser and optical technologies to the calibration of high speed imaging imagers. | - Participate in the development of low Technology Readiness Level (TRL) innovations and transition those innovations to the field. | - Will mentor with experts and be part of a high-performing team. | - Additional areas of technical exposure and development will include electro-optic systems, fiber optic systems, class IV lasers, prototype electronic systems, control system software (LabView) | - Will engage in design and technical analysis activities using prescribed codes and standards, computer software, and generally accepted best management practices. | - Requires technical presentations to include design reviews and technical publication in peer reviewed journals.