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Posted Date 5 days ago(5/14/2024 12:30 PM)
ID
2024-7472
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The primary role of the Field Engineer I is to support the Construction Department during construction activities for Issue for Construction (IFC) design packages of infrastructure projects. This may include construction projects, emerging project issues, providing support for project discovery, project scope development, and support for identifying functional requirements for projects and systems.   |   | Key Responsibilities | - Participate in walk-downs, generate sketches, help develop conceptual designs, evaluate existing systems, and generate and/or review functional requirement documents. | - Ensure designs are properly reviewed, executed, installed, tested, and documented in accordance with the latest issued construction documents. | - Review engineering documents for constructability during various design reviews of 30%, 60% 90%, and IFC. | - Verify and report on construction installation quantities. | - Interface with Project Engineering to facilitate responses to Requests for Information (RFIs), Field Change Requests (FCRs), and needed design changes. | - Develop redline drawings for incorporation into as-built drawings. | - Prepare, review and approve material requisitions. | - Assist in interpretation of drawings and specifications for field crews and craft supervision. | - May serve as internal Subject Matter Expert with specific engineering discipline. | - Contribute to development of solutions to resolve construction issues. | - Assist in the preparation of work plans and work packages. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/25/2024 2:28 PM)
ID
2024-7443
Location : Location
US-NV-Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Science and Technology Directorate of the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) is seeking outstanding candidates for an Engineer I position to work at Remote Sensing Lab in Las Vegas, supporting R&D areas spanning sensors, C++ and Python programming, circuit design, software defined radio (SDR), and other related areas. In this role you will support engineering and scientific efforts by developing tools to advance capabilities of small sensor/detector platforms, and other handheld devices. You will work with a team of engineers, scientists and technicians who cover all phases of technology development from concept to deployment. You will work on a wide variety of projects, some that are R&D-like and others that are production-like. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Contribute to designs, strategies, reports, and technical proposals. | - Follow specific established engineering and technical procedures and instructions. | - Assist the project team in technical tasks that include, but are not limited to: component selection, circuit board layout, testing, and troubleshooting at the component level. | - Ability to conduct basic programming in both C++ and Python languages. | - Conduct work related to Software Defined Radio (SDR) development. | - Work with the design team to develop customized mechanical packaging to meet the customer’s design requirements. | - Contribute on proposals for funded projects and R&D efforts. | - Must be a self-starter with the ability to work as part of a team to support the delivery of projects on time and within budget constraints. | - Operate test and evaluation equipment for electronics. | - Mechanical packaging design. | - Perform tasks within time and budget constraints. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/25/2024 5:56 PM)
ID
2024-7431
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Advanced Sources and Detector (ASD) Project Office is responsible for the design, fabrication, installation, and commissioning of an ~ 22 MeV linear induction electron accelerator, through the coordination of efforts at Los Alamos, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories, and the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). Nicknamed Scorpius. |   | The successful candidate will work as the Deputy Chief Engineer for the “Machine” for the ASD Project, shepherding design to meet beam physics and installation requirements at the NNSS, for all four partners (LANL, LLNL, SNL, NNSS.)  In this role, the deputy will work closely with both the Chief Engineer for the Machine and Chief Engineer for the Facilities.  This position includes a high degree of autonomy and will report to the NNSS ECSE Operations Director and ASD Senior Team Lead (STL) for NNSS scope. The focus of this activity will be on fabrication, installation, and integration of Scorpius hardware within the Integrated Test Stand (ITS) in North Las Vegas (NLV) and the Principal Underground Laboratory for Subcritical Experiments (PULSE) Complex. |   | Key Responsibilities |   | Work as the Deputy Chief Engineer for the Machine (ASD-CEM) for the ASD Project. The ASD-CEM is responsible for the technical adequacy of the ASD Project radiography system, and the deputy will support the ASD-CEM. In this position you will be responsible to ensure the design meets beam physics, Code of Record, transportation, assembly, installation, and operational requirements. The Deputy ASD-CEM will work closely with the Chief Engineerfor Facility (CEF) to ensure successful installation, integration, and operation of Scorpius within the Integrated Test Stand and PULSE Complex, a Hazard Category 2 nuclear facility under construction at the NNSS. | | - Work with the ASD Chief Scientist and ASD-DPD to ensure the overall ASD system architecture definition meets the radiography requirements described in ASD Project Requirements Documents; | - Collaborate with the ASD Systems Engineering Manager (SEM) on executing the ASD Project systems engineering, plans, processes, and procedures; | - With the ASD-CEF, provide leadership to the ASD Project "design office" staff resources  provided by ASD-Senior Team Leads (STLs), administering design process protocols and procedures as established by the ASD-Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP) procedures; | - Act as a reviewer and final approver of technical baseline design documents for the ASD Project; | - Provide a leadership role in application and evaluation of ASD design concepts and design practices; | | - Participate in the ASD Project risk management process; | - Assist in developing the integrated cost and schedule plan for the ASD Project; | - Ensure applicable and appropriate QA/QC requirements for ASD are applied during the project lifecycle; | - Participate as a member of the ASD Project Director's Change Control Board; | - Interface with NNSS, Sandia, and LLNL, the ASD Systems Engineering Manager, and ASD partner Lead Design Engineers to ensure Scorpius-appropriate inputs and processes are in place at CD-4 for operational lifecycle. | - Support as appropriate, Assembly, Fabrication, and Installation activities at the Integrated Test Stand and PULSE; | - Support the development, updating and implementation of Activity Level Work Control consistent with requirements and partner provided procedures. | - Support, as appropriate, assembly, fabrication, and installation activities at the Integrated Test Stand and PULSE; | - Work with the Lead Design Engineers (LDE) and Chief Engineers to apply lessons learned and process updates from the Integrated Test Stand activities to those at PULSE. | - Provide a leadership role in evaluating technical design tradeoffs and balancing technical risk among systems; and | - Provide mentoring to engineering and project staff.
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/25/2024 2:26 PM)
ID
2024-7423
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Senior Principal Engineer (Nuclear Criticality and Safety Analyst) in the Nuclear Assurance Directorate will be responsible for the development of Hazard Analysis, Documented Safety Analysis and Technical Safety Requirement Changes, as well as performing accident analysis calculations. The Senior Principal Engineer will be assigned a project that they are expected to be able to lead, while mentoring entry level engineers. |   | Key Responsibilities | - | As a senior member of the Nuclear Assurance staff, this position coordinates and provides expertise for the strategic vision and approach to the preparation and revision of NNSS Safety Basis documents. | | - | Provide subject matter expert level support for nuclear safety evaluations and analyses and the development/maintenance of NNSS nuclear facility Documented Safety Analysis (DSA)/Technical Safety Requirements (TSR) documents and supporting calculations and analyses. | | - | Provide subject matter expert level support and serves as a Safety Basis technical authority for Nuclear Assurance. | | - | Provide subject matter expert level support to improve and maintain the integrity of the NNSS Safety Basis. | | - | Perform or review analytical tasks, including the performance of hazards/accident analyses to derive hazard controls and the development of other documentation such as descriptions of safety management programs (SMPs) and associated specific administrative controls for the completion of DSAs and TSRs. | | - | Participate in detailed technical reviews of Safety Basis Documents, procedures, supporting drawings, calculations, and documents to ensure accuracy, completeness, and format suitability for compliance with DOE Directives and standards. | | - | Interface with NNSA/NFO, and both internal and external stakeholders to resolve technical and compliance issues and to assure that Nuclear Assurance performs its assigned functions in an integrated manner. | | - | Support the initial and final hazard categorization of NN-1 facilities that utilize or stage radioactive materials. | | - | Devise solutions to highly complex technical problems of broad scope. Solutions may require resolving conflicting customer expectations and Safety Basis requirements, utilizing unconventional approaches and integration. | | - | Serve as a mentor to early/mid-career analysts and engineers, providing practical advice on implementation of solutions for organizational goals. Conduct technical, programmatic, and performance mentoring sessions. | | - | Monitor or direct the work of analysts, subcontractors, and other support personnel working on Nuclear Assurance projects. | | - | Lead Management Assessments of nuclear safety activities. | | - | Support field programs and perform related work as assigned by the supervisor.
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/29/2024 7:34 PM)
ID
2024-7422
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
In this role, the Principal Engineer will help lead Field Engineering in the execution of projects and support the Construction Department during construction activities of infrastructure projects at the NNSS. This may include construction projects, emerging project issues, providing support for project discovery, project scope development, and support for identifying functional requirements for projects and systems.  |   | Key Responsibilities | - Perform the duties as the Project Field Engineer (PFE) on projects, be responsible for coordinating efforts, and give guidance to less experienced Field Engineers. | - Participate in walk-downs, generate sketches, help develop conceptual designs, evaluate existing systems, and generate and/or review functional requirement documents. | - Execute work in a disciplined manner to demonstrate compliance with laws, codes, orders, and MSTS policies and procedures. | - Ensure designs are properly reviewed, purchased, executed, installed, tested, and documented in accordance with the latest issued construction documents. | - Review engineering documents for constructibility during 30%, 60%, and 90% design reviews and Issued For Construction. | - Verify and report on construction installation quantities. | - Interface with Project Engineering to facilitate responses to Requests for Information, Field Change Requests, and needed design changes. | - Develop red-line drawings for incorporation into as-built drawings. | - Prepare, review and approve material requisitions. | - Assist in interpretation of drawings and specifications for field crews and craft supervision. | - May serve as an internal Subject Matter Expert for the given engineering discipline. | - May serve as a PFE on line-item projects. | - Mentor Field Engineering staff and other technical personnel in methods, processes, and best practices. | - Serve as an expert advisor to other project personnel, technical staff and management on technical issues. | - Participate in project development by helping define customer needs, developing proposals and planning projects that will produce effective outcomes. | - Assist in the preparation of work plans and work packages. | - Apply past knowledge to develop processes that drive efficiency and accountability. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 1 month ago(4/3/2024 8:54 PM)
ID
2024-7420
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
Performs duties as a facility/system engineer (Electrical Engineer I) at one of the nuclear or high-hazard facilities within the MSTS Stockpile Experimentation & Operations Directorate. Positions are available at various locations within the forward areas of the NNSS. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Support maintaining overall cognizance of assigned facility electrical systems, providing systems engineering support for operations and maintenance, and technical support of line management safety responsibilities for ensuring continued system operational readiness. | - Validate physical configuration of assigned electrical systems. Maintains and updates system documents for Configuration Management. Understands the functions and performance criteria for assigned systems per the Safety Basis and acts as the subject matter expert for assigned electrical systems. | - Assist with the conduct of In-service-Inspections and Technical Surveillance Requirement testing of assigned electrical systems. | - Contribute to solutions of assignment-related problems and issues with a limited scope and basic complexity, using a well-defined set of technologies. Solutions use established basic standards, practices and procedures as well as technical knowledge to address problems and complete tasks. | - Participate in developing field programs and designs using pre-determined principles and practices. | - 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. | - Assist in defining specifications for procurements and initiate purchase requests. | - Work with outside vendors as required obtaining relevant information. | - Develop a working knowledge of codes and standards of other disciplines. | - Coordinate work within their discipline on moderately complex projects. | - Often serves as a member of work teams. | - May monitor work of and provide guidance to skilled technicians and other support personnel. | - Understand the principles associated with the MSTS safety concept. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/25/2024 2:17 PM)
ID
2024-7413
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
This position will support the Design Engineering Department in North Las Vegas, with periodic site visits required for project support. The Design Engineering Department provides designs for the Infrastructure Directorate which includes NNSS facilities, site planning, reconfiguration of facilities, and supporting corrective action dispositions. The Principal Architect will be a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in their field and provide support to Design Engineering. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Work on multiple projects, maintain high level of detail, work well with technical staff, and adapt to project demands. | - Generate, oversee and/or coordinate plans and overall designs for facilities and area planning. | - Ensure that specifications and proposed designs meet applicable federal, state and International Building Code requirements. | - Ensure team processes and deliverables comply with laws, codes, orders, and MSTS policies and procedures. | - Serve as SME for the following: | - | Respond to questions and issues related to facility code compliance. | | - | Resolve conflicting customer expectations and design requirements, utilize unconventional technology and materials, and cross-discipline integration. | | - | Interpret and adapt guidelines for specific cases. | | | - Assist in developing design/construction concepts with the Project Manager, Project Engineer, Facility Management, Construction and support organizations.  | - Meet with customers and facility personnel to determine and document objectives and functional requirements for new and modified facilities. Define customer needs and develop technical proposals. | - Participate in planning phases of projects to determine customer requirements during initial planning discussions.   | - Work with Cost Estimating in the definition of construction practices and procedures.  | - Assist Cost Estimating with the incorporation of construction activities into the cost estimate, work breakdown structure and organizational breakdown structure.  | - Prepare and review procurement and construction specifications, including requests for proposals for new and modified facilities. | - Prepare work statements for complex subcontracts and procurements, evaluate bids, and make recommendation for awards. | - Follow and manage project budget, work plans, costs, consultants and schedule. | - Develop design ideas, diagrams, digital models, presentation materials, and production work for a multitude of project types. | - Coordinate technical drawings, specifications and other contract deliverables with consultants and subcontractors. | - Develop solutions to technical problems including identifying proper SMEs. | - Review submittal, requests for information and other project documentation. | - Coordinate team efforts to complete a project promptly and successfully. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/28/2024 5:26 PM)
ID
2024-7410
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
Do you want to be a part of a national security mission that conducts research and development? Mission Support and Test Services, LLC (MSTS) is seeking a full-time Electrical Engineer I to work as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide diagnostic fielding and development support in a national laboratory environment. The Stockpile Experimentation & Operations organization needs a highly motivated Electrical Engineer I to collaborate in design, development, characterization, and fielding of diagnostics systems on high stake weapons physics experiments conducted at the U1a Complex and other facilities located at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). This Electrical Engineer I will report primarily to the NNSS and will support fielding efforts of a wide variety of diagnostic detection and recording systems, with an emphasis on practical applications of diagnostics for timing/firing and controls systems interfacing with other diagnostics such as radiographic imagining systems and electro-optics systems.  |   | Key Responsibilities | - Frequently use and apply established technical standards, principles, theories, concepts, and techniques commonly associated with diagnostic and data collection systems. | - Focus is on applying academic knowledge to the work environment and developing good work/team habits. | - Contribute to solutions of problems and issues with limited scope and basic complexity, using a well-defined set of technologies, generally in support of more senior engineers and scientists. | - Assist in compiling and summarizing scientific data, utilizing technology solutions for both experimental and operational needs. | - Contribute to the preparation of project deliverables. | - Define specifications for procurements and initiates purchase requests. | - Select and implement computer applications for related field. | - Build direct relationships with laboratory partners and will use scientific methods to contribute to experimental operations, also reporting on accomplishments to internal and external stakeholders. | - Support research and development, and technology maturation activities in laboratory testing environments.
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/26/2024 5:39 PM)
ID
2024-7363
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
We have an opening for a Senior Field Engineer to support the Construction Department during construction activities for Issue for Construction (IFC) design packages of infrastructure projects. This may include construction projects, emerging project issues, providing support for project discovery, project scope development, and support for identifying functional requirements for projects and systems.   |   | Key Responsibilities | - Participate in walk-downs, generate sketches, help develop conceptual designs, evaluate existing systems, and generate and/or review functional requirement documents. | - Ensure designs are properly reviewed, executed, installed, tested, and documented in accordance with the latest issued construction documents. | - Review engineering documents for constructibility during various design reviews of 30%, 60%, 90%, and IFC. | - Verify and report on construction installation quantities. | - Interface with Project Engineering to facilitate responses to Requests for Information (RFIs), Field Change Requests (FCRs), and needed design changes. | - Develop redline drawings for incorporation into as-built drawings. | - Prepare, review and approve material requisitions. | - Assist in interpretation of drawings and specifications for field crews and craft supervision. | - May serve as internal Subject Matter Expert with specific engineering discipline. | - Contribute to development of solutions to resolve construction issues. | - Assist in the preparation of work plans and work packages.
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/1/2024 12:39 PM)
ID
2024-7362
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The primary role of the Field Engineer II is to support the Construction Department during construction activities for Issue for Construction (IFC) design packages of infrastructure projects. This may include construction projects, emerging project issues, providing support for project discovery, project scope development, and support for identifying functional requirements for projects and systems.   |   | Key Responsibilities | - Participate in walk-downs, generate sketches, help develop conceptual designs, evaluate existing systems, and generate and/or review functional requirement documents. | - Ensure designs are properly reviewed, executed, installed, tested, and documented in accordance with the latest issued construction documents. | - Review engineering documents for constructibility during various design reviews of 30%, 60% 90%, and IFC. | - Verify and report on construction installation quantities. | - Interface with Project Engineering to facilitate responses to Requests for Information (RFIs), Field Change Requests (FCRs), and needed design changes. | - Develop redline drawings for incorporation into as-built drawings. | - Prepare, review and approve material requisitions. | - Assist in interpretation of drawings and specifications for field crews and craft supervision. | - May serve as internal Subject Matter Expert with specific engineering discipline. | - Contribute to development of solutions to resolve construction issues. | - Assist in the preparation of work plans and work packages. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/6/2024 11:09 AM)
ID
2024-7334
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
We are looking for an Engineer to perform duties as a facility/system engineer (Mechanical Engineer II) at the Device Assembly Facility (DAF) within the MSTS Stockpile Experimentation & Operations Directorate. The DAF is located within the Forward Areas of the Nevada National Security Site. Facility Engineers are instrumental in ensuring the DAF can execute national-level experiments that ensure the nation’s nuclear weapons stockpile remains safe, secure, and effective. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Responsible for maintaining overall cognizance of assigned facility systems, providing systems engineering support for operations and maintenance, and technical support of line management safety responsibilities for ensuring continued system operational readiness. | - Validate physical configuration of assigned systems and maintain and update system documents for Configuration Management (CM). Understand the functions and performance criteria for assigned systems per the Safety Basis, and act as the subject matter expert for assigned systems. | - Conduct or oversee the In-service-Inspection and Technical Surveillance Requirement execution of assigned systems. | - Contribute to solutions of assignment-related problems and issues with a moderate scope and of moderate complexity, using a well-defined set of technologies. Solutions use established basic standards, practices and procedures as well as technical knowledge to address problems and complete tasks. Solutions may require evaluation of standards and processes. | - Participate in developing field programs and designs using pre-determined principles and practices. | - Select and implement computer applications for their field. | - Prepare 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. | - Perform frequent coordination of discipline information with other departments within the company and with outside vendors. | - Work with outside vendors as required, obtaining relevant information. | - Develop a working knowledge of codes and standards of other disciplines. | - Coordinate work within their discipline on moderately complex projects. | - Frequently participate as a member of work teams. | - Define specifications for procurements and initiates purchase requests. | - Monitor work of skilled technicians and other support personnel. | - Perform other duties as assigned by Management.
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(4/23/2024 6:49 PM)
ID
2024-7327
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking a Senior Principal Engineer for the Power Operations Department. The Power Operations department provides reliable high-power electrical distribution to facilities, projects and locations at the NNSS. The Senior Principal Engineer will report to the Power Operations Department Manager within the Fleet & Critical Site Infrastructure Division.   |   | Key Responsibilities | - Develop, provide comment to, and otherwise ensure power engineering aspects are accomplished for the department with focus on modernization efforts that ensure the NNSS power utility operates safely and effectively meets mission needs. | - Devise integrated solutions to the highly complex technical problems at all levels, including cross-disciplinary engineering fields. Not assigned direct reports, but mentors’ junior staff and management in methods, processes, and best practices. | - Provide strategic direction to senior management and others across the DOE Complex. Serves as expert advisor and consultant to internal and external senior management on existing configurations and new modifications. | - This position will not have singular design authority within the company, but will represent utility operational needs and clearly state requirements for any and all projects or designs that require electric utility service connection, as needed. | - Delegated care, custody, and control for commissioning purposes and perform other duties as assigned by or in coordination with the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) and management. | - Make recommendations and conclusions considered authoritative under the scope of the department services provided, and otherwise be empowered to make decisions and recommend modifications or establish new strategies. | - May be called upon to provide data, relevant information, and represent company positions within other departments, to headquarters, or regulatory bodies (NERC, WECC, etc.). | - Conceive, plan, and conduct improvements within power generation, delivery, storage, and backup power systems to ensure immediate and lasting benefit for both power infrastructure and facility owners for modernization investments. | - Perform duties for initial project scoping and at turnover for commissioning to accept construction scope of work. | - Perform work as an integrated project member from inception on all electrical scope for projects that will be turned over to Power Operations for maintenance. | - Exercise recognized technical leadership, creativeness, and judgment to prove or disprove the feasibility of ideas and devices of existing plans and recommends achievable solutions, with focus in the area of initial planning and finial commissioning. | - Develop, define, and modify strategic approaches in the course of planning and conducting innovative work that maximize use of all available resources. | - Exercise a very high degree of originality and sound judgment in formulating, evaluating, and correlating broad engineering and scientific programs to attract new mission work dependent upon highly reliable power. | - Promote business development, by developing and defining customer needs, developing proposals and planning projects that will meet customer needs. | - Develop and communicate long-range technical positions and writes detailed strategies within defined corporate goals and deliverables that comply with laws, codes, orders, and DOE policies and procedures. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(4/23/2024 6:55 PM)
ID
2024-7326
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking a Senior Engineer for the Power Operations Department. The Power Operations department provides reliable high-power electrical distribution to facilities, projects and locations at the NNSS. The Senior Engineer will report to the Power Operations Department Manager within the Fleet & Critical Site Infrastructure Division.   |   | Key Responsibilities | - Contribute to solutions of assignment-related problems and issues with a moderate scope and of moderate complexity, using a well-defined set of technologies. Solutions use established basic standards, practices and procedures as well as technical knowledge to address problems and complete tasks. Solutions may require evaluation of standards and processes.  | - Participate in developing field programs and designs using pre-determined principles and practices.  | - Select and implement computer applications for their field. | - Prepare 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.  | - Frequent coordination of discipline information with other departments within the company and with outside vendors. Works with outside contacts as required to obtain relevant information. | - Follow established engineering and technical procedures and instructions. | - Coordinate work within their discipline on moderately complex projects. | - Often serve as a member of various work teams. | - Mentor less experienced staff in specific discipline. | - Define specifications for procurements and initiates purchase requests. | - Monitor work of technicians and other support personnel working on their projects. | - Develop a working knowledge of codes and standards as they relate to Power Operations.  | - Provide Engineering support and oversight for high and medium voltage (138kV and lower) power transmission, distribution and substation projects and maintenance for the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS). | - Perform duties for initial project scoping and at turnover for commissioning to accept construction scope of work. | - Perform work as an integrated project member from inception on all electrical scope for projects that will be turned over to Power Operations for maintenance. | - Exercise recognized technical leadership, creativeness, and judgment to prove or disprove the feasibility of ideas and devices of existing plans and recommends achievable solutions, with focus in the area of initial planning and finial commissioning. | - May be called upon to provide data, relevant information, and represent company positions within other departments, to headquarters, or regulatory bodies (NERC, WECC, etc.). | - Perform other duties assigned by Management. 
Posted Date 5 months ago(12/18/2023 4:54 PM)
ID
2023-7129
Location : Location
US-CA-Santa Barbara
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Science and Technology Directorate of the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) is seeking outstanding candidates for a Developer/Cyber Systems Engineer position to work at the Special Technologies Laboratory in Santa Barbara, California, supporting R&D areas spanning sensors, Android developer tools, Android kernel, cellular and Wi-Fi programming, and other related areas. | In this role you will support engineering and scientific efforts by developing tools to advance capabilities of personal communications platforms such as Android, personal computer, and other handheld devices.  In addition, this role will include IT System support functions. You will work with a team of engineers, scientists and technicians who cover all phases of technology development from concept to deployment.  You will work on a wide variety of projects, some that are R&D-like and others that are production-like. Work schedule is flexible and can be negotiated with the manager; employees can work 5-8, 9-80 or 4-10 work-weeks. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Develop solutions that may be new and unique. | - Apply Android developer tools. | - Create and improve User Interface tools for personal communication platforms. | - Apply programming language such as C++, PHP, HTML and Java for novel communications platforms Digital signal processing and communications system design. | - Oversight of research, data compilation and data analysis. | - Communication Equipment vulnerability assessment & red-teaming. | - Hands-on operation and test of hardware and firmware. | - Lead small teams and mentor junior staff. | - Write and/or contribute on proposals for funded projects and R&D.
Posted Date 5 months ago(1/2/2024 8:02 PM)
ID
2023-6957
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking an early career Civil/Structural Engineer for its On-Site Design Engineering Team.  The site group is based in Mercury, NV and will generate design criteria documents to support projects at the Nevada National Security Site. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Participate on walk-downs, generate sketches, help develop conceptual designs, evaluate existing systems, and generate and/or review functional requirement documents. | - Prepare and check Civil/Structural calculations with and without the use of software. | - Coordinate with multiple engineering disciplines, facility managers, project managers, and project engineers.  | - Coordinate execution of assigned projects.  | - Ensure processes and deliverables comply with laws, codes, orders, and MSTS policies and procedures. | - Create and update standard structural installation details. | - Make determination of code applicability for both nuclear and non-nuclear applications.  | - Specify and evaluate work statements for subcontracts and review/evaluate vendor bids and submittals.  | - Contribute to strategies, reports and technical proposals.  | - Build team relationships with technical staff and company organizations. | - Promptly correct or report any hazard or potential hazard to supervision. | - Understand the principles associated with the MSTS safety concept. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 5 months ago(1/2/2024 8:01 PM)
ID
2023-6956
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking a Senior level Structural Engineer for its On-Site Design Engineering Team based in Mercury, NV. The team is responsible for providing support for project discovery, project scope development, support for identifying functional requirements for projects and systems, and providing support to the Construction Department. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Participate on walk-downs, generate sketches, help develop conceptual designs, evaluate existing systems, and generate and/or review functional requirement documents. | - Prepare and check Structural calculations with and without the use of software. | - Devise imaginative, thorough, practical and possibly unique solutions requiring evaluation of standards and processes. | - Serve as an internal Subject Matter Expert in their discipline. | - Build team relationships with technical and other company organizations. | - Develop equipment or work specifications, evaluate bids, and make recommendation for awards of purchase contracts. | - Receive general direction and technical guidance on complex issues and projects of broad scope. | - Perform design and technical activities that require interpretation and correlation of codes and standards, complex computer software, and unique processes and procedures tailored for the work being executed. | - Support field programs through assessment and interpretation of field conditions. | - Serve as a team lead requiring coordination with other project teams. | - Advise and mentor less experienced staff. | - Execute work in a disciplined manner to demonstrate compliance with laws, codes, orders, and MSTS policies and procedures. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 4 months ago(1/29/2024 6:13 PM)
ID
2023-6955
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
MSTS is seeking a Senior level Electrical Engineer for its On-Site Design Engineering Team based in Mercury, NV. The team is responsible for providing support for project discovery, project scope development, support for identifying functional requirements for projects and systems, and providing support to the Construction Department. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Participate on walk-downs, generate sketches, help develop conceptual designs, evaluate existing systems, and generate and/or review functional requirement documents. | - Prepare and check calculations with and without the use of software. | - Devise imaginative, thorough, practical and possibly unique solutions requiring evaluation of standards and processes. | - Coordinate with multiple engineering disciplines, facility managers, project managers, and project engineers. | - Serve as an internal Subject Matter Expert in their discipline. | - Build team relationships with technical and other company organizations. | - Develop equipment or work specifications, evaluate bids, and make recommendation for awards of purchase contracts. | - Receive general direction and technical guidance on complex issues and projects of broad scope. | - Perform design and technical activities that require interpretation and correlation of codes and standards, complex computer software, and unique processes and procedures tailored for the work being executed. | - Support field programs through assessment and interpretation of field conditions. | - Serve as a team lead requiring coordination with other project teams. | - Advise and mentor less experienced staff. | - Execute work in a disciplined manner to demonstrate compliance with laws, codes, orders, and MSTS policies and procedures. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/20/2024 6:19 PM)
ID
2023-6953
Location : Location
US-NV-Mercury
Responsibilities (Text Only)
In this role, the Principal Engineer will lead the engineering and execution of a large project, small projects, and small tasks that support Facilities Engineering and Construction activities for the Nevada National Security Site. Perform the duties as the Control Account Manager (CAM) for design on projects, and be responsible for managing cost, schedule, and technical performance. This position must plan, coordinate, and manage engineering aspects of schedule, scope and budget of work that includes multiple engineering disciplines and construction for these projects. This position may include complex coordination with National Laboratories as well as oversight entities. |   | Key Responsibilities | - Assist the Project Manager and Engineering Staff with planning, coordinating, and preparing of designs, procurement documents, specifications, bid evaluations, and award recommendations for equipment. | - Responsible for design aspects for projects over the entire lifecycle (initiation, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing). | - Previous experience and responsibilities should demonstrate managing design and construction support for projects including but not limited to: | - Recommend and coordinate preparation and modifications to designs due to field conditions or adverse situations. | - Prepare and/or assist in the preparation of cost estimates and material takeoffs and ascertain whether the proposed material usage will be adequate for its purpose. | - Devise integrated solutions to complex technical problems of broad scope. Solutions are expected to be comprehensive in technical and business aspects and exhaustive at all levels, including cross-disciplinary considerations. | - Ensure deliverables comply with laws, codes, orders, and MSTS policies and procedures. | - Develop new initiatives for additional scopes of work. | - Understanding of Risk Management best practices and mitigation approaches. | | - Serve as a knowledgeable advisor to other project personnel, technical staff, and management on technical issues. | - Provide advice to Senior Management regarding strategic development opportunities using MSTS technologies and capabilities. | - Mentor engineering staff and other technical personnel in methods, processes, and best practices. | - Participate in project development by helping define customer needs, developing proposals and planning projects that will produce effective outcomes. | - Work with customers to verify their needs are clearly defined and documented to meet their objectives and requirements; ensure engineering decisions are responsive to those needs. | - Apply knowledge and familiarity in multiple technical disciplines and ingenuity to implement effective technical solutions. | - Perform other duties assigned by Management.
Posted Date 8 months ago(10/2/2023 1:31 PM)
ID
2023-5958
Location : Location
US-NV-North Las Vegas
Responsibilities (Text Only)
The Principal Engineer will lead the engineering and execution of capital line item projects and large projects and support construction activities for the Nevada National Security Site. Perform the duties as the Control Account Manager (CAM) for design on projects, and be responsible for managing the cost, schedule, and technical performance. Plan, coordinate and manage engineering aspects of schedule, scope and budget of work that includes multiple engineering disciplines and construction for these projects – may include complex coordination with National Laboratories as well as oversight entities.  |   | Key Responsibilities | - Assist the Project Manager and engineering staff with planning, coordinating, and preparing of designs, procurement documents, specifications, bid evaluations, and award recommendations for equipment. Responsible for design aspects for projects over the entire lifecycle (initiation, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing). | - Support variance analysis reports (VARs), reviewing schedule and cost structure. | - Recommend and coordinate preparation and modifications to designs due to field conditions or adverse situations. | - Prepare and/or assist in the preparation of cost estimates and material takeoffs and ascertain whether the proposed material usage will be adequate for its purpose. | - Devise integrated solutions to complex technical problems of broad scope. Solutions are expected to be comprehensive in technical and business aspects and exhaustive at all levels, including cross-disciplinary considerations. | - Ensure deliverables comply with laws, codes, orders, and MSTS policies and procedures. Develop new initiatives for additional scopes of work. | - Serve as an expert advisor to other project personnel, technical staff and management on technical issues. Provide advice to senior management regarding strategic development opportunities using MSTS technologies and capabilities. | - Mentor engineering staff and other technical personnel in methods, processes, and best practices. Participate in project development by helping define customer needs, developing proposals and planning projects that will produce effective outcomes. | - Work with customers to verify their needs are clearly defined and documented to meet their objectives and ensure engineering decisions are responsive to those needs. | - Apply knowledge and familiarity in multiple technical disciplines and ingenuity to implement effective technical solutions. | - Ability to interpret codes and standards within the discipline. | - Proven ability to work effectively as a team member and leader to ensure task and project success.