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Technical Security Technician (TSCM) - Notional Opportunity — Washington, DC

Position Description

Operates and maintains sensitive measurement and survey equipment. Executes Technical Security evaluations and services IAW DOE Order 470.6,SPB Procedural Guides 1, 2, & 3, and DOE/NNSA policy within prescribedtime-frames. Prepares thorough, clear, classified written reports comprehensively detailing evaluation procedures and technical findings.Responds to Technical Security discoveries IAW national, DOE and NNSApolicies. Provides Technical Threat Briefings, analytical reports and products to senior level officials.

Position Requirements:

9 years of relevant experience with at least 4 years performinginstrumented TSCM services
Graduate of Interagency Training Center(ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Desired: CompTIA A+, Network+, and Sec+
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may besubstituted for 4 years of experience.Relevant experience must be in signals analysis,physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics,technical surveillance countermeasures,telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity,or information assurance.
Either an active DOEQ, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier Vpersonnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:

Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:

This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Cybersecurity Engineer - Notional Opportunity — Washington, DC

Position Description

Develops and documents adversary emulation plans, policies and procedures for use in TSCM operations. Develops and implements custom tools to assess Hardware, Physical Security Systems, Wireless and Electromagnetic,Telephony, and Data Network vulnerabilities to technical penetration.Researches and provides assessments on tactics and techniques used by modern close access adversaries. Provides threat/risk briefings to senior management. Assists TSCM operations in execution of technical security evaluations on cyber and cyber-physical systems focusing on physical and close access attack vectors.

Job Requirements:
10 years within the cybersecurity field, with at least 5 years performing Cyber Red Team operations
BS or equivalent
Desired: CompTIA A+, Network+, and Sec+
GPEN SANS Penetration Tester, GWAPT
Either an active DOEQ, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier Vpersonnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:
Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:
This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Engineer (all disciplines) — Washington, DC

Position Description

Apply broad and diversified knowledge for executing systems engineering design and analysis.  Analyze information and review system requirements for workflow, organization, and corrective measures. Apply process improvement practices for system development life cycle.  Familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within an applicable field.  Exercise judgment and plan and accomplish goals based upon acquired experience.  Perform a variety of tasks.  Work independently, creatively and under general supervision.  Experience desired in one or more of the following areas: 

  • Management and integration of various functions in a program
  • Proficiency in the transition of requirements, interfaces, linkages, and risk mitigation activities associated with program scope into an integrated format
  • Systems studies and analyses to support informed decision making
  • Configure and manage projects; develop and successfully implement systems engineering processes and procedures
  • Apply systems engineering principles (such as requirements and interface management, risk management, work breakdown structure) for the development of integrated schedules
  • Knowledge of and experience with programmatic and portfolio analysis tools, databases, and methodologies
  • Absorb broad objectives from management, then independently analyze, evaluate, and integrate solutions for unusually complex technical problems
  • Identify, track, mitigate, and resolve technical risks and issues related to product and/or system performance objectives

Required Skills

  • DOE Q clearance
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to learn continuously
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying, analyzing and solving problems
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers in a professional and courteous manner
  • Excellent customer relationship skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office applications
  • Willingness to travel as needed

 

Preferred Experience

  • Two or more years of applicable hands-on experience in leading project teams
  • Engineering background and experience in design, development and production
  • Demonstrated performance of program management functions
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables
  • Experience in a matrixed support environment
  • Nuclear weapons experience

 

Required Education/Experience

  • A Bachelor’s degree and 2 or more years direct experience in an applicable field
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Intelligence Analyst - Notional Opportunity — Washington, DC

Position Description

Liaise with DoD, IC and other Federal partners through forums and working groups to exchange multi source intelligence reporting impacting NNSA CDNS operations and risk assessments. Collect, database, analyze, and assess information generated by NNSA safeguards and security programs to produce predicative and trend analyses highlighting potential indicators of compromise or exploitable conditions. Produce and disseminate timely tailored intelligence reporting to DNS HQ and field based personnel programs, including technical threat and hazard notices to NNSA TSP personnel. Prepare reports to the National Integrated TSCM Committee of all-source intelligence that concerns technical surveillance threats, devices, techniques, and unreported hazards, regardless of the source or target, domestic or foreign. Collect, analyze, and assess NNSA TSP reporting on technical surveillance threats, devices, techniques, and unreported hazards Perform analytical support to identify and assess foreign intelligence entity (FIE) technical surveillance intent and capabilities.

Job Requirements:
Associate's degree + 10 years of Intelligence Analysis experience or Bachelor's degree + 7 years of Intelligence Analysis experience
or Master's degree + 5 years of Intelligence Analysis experience
Either an active DOE Q, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier V personnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:
Direct Hire


Federal Government Clearance:
This position requires the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position requires testing for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government to obtain access authorization prior to employment. Subsequent reinvestigations and drug testing may be required.

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Material Control and Accounting (MC&A) Accounting Specialist — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Responsible for generating nuclear material accountability records required by regulatory agencies and customers for the receipt, shipment and storage of Special Nuclear Material (SNM). Must maintain knowledge of the MC&A accounting regulatory requirements and the associated Department of Energy (DOE) Orders, Standards and Guides. Must maintain knowledge and expertise in the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) MC&A Plan and all accounting related policies, procedures, desktop guides and forms. Serve as the liaison with the Nuclear Materials Management and Safeguards System (NMMSS) on LANL nuclear material accountability issues. Serve as the LANL subject matter expert on the accounting use of the LANL Local Area Network Material Accounting System (LANMAS) and all MC&A transactions. Assist MC&A Management and LANL Technical Staff in writing policies/practices/procedures related to meeting a nuclear material accounting requirement. Review and update nuclear material accounting procedures and practices regularly. Maintain current knowledge of facility operations as related to the MC&A Plan and nuclear material accounting functions. Reconcile the MC&A Accounting System to the Site Physical Inventory and the NMMSS as required. Interface with operations, logistics, security, safety, quality assurance and laboratory operations/functions regarding nuclear material accounting issues. Ensure the use ofGenerally Accepted Accounting Practices (GAAP) in the development of all nuclear material accounting methodologies.May conduct training and audits on accounting data entry by operations or other MC&A staff. Exercise judgment, plan and accomplish goals based upon acquired experience. Work independently, creatively and under general supervision of senior LANL staff.

Experience Desired in the Following Area

  • Analysis of material transfer activity ensuring material is being used for its intended purpose and is in an authorized location with an accountable value. Proactively identify errors/problem areas and provide guidance/coordination of the corrective actions with the custodians, operators and site staff as required.
  • Performance of required regulatory reporting of nuclear material accounting activity.
  • Application of technical expertise in reconciliation of the Accounting System values to the Physical Inventory results, ensuring the delivery of high-quality material balance report(s).
  • Development and understanding of routine operations involving SNM in order to identify accounting/operational anomalies.
  • Assistance with the determination of shipper/receiver differences for nuclear material receipts and shipments; participation in any investigation/reconciliation of any significant difference; and serve as the primary contact with the customer in the resolution of shipper/received accountability issues.

Required Skills

  • Current possession of a DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain in short order (i.e., re-investigation in progress)
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume leadership responsibility with respect to nuclear material accounting
  • Understanding of quantitative methods such as statistical, mathematical or computational techniques and their application
  • Ability to implement tools and methodologies to improve nuclear material accounting and prevent anomalous activity
  • Ability to track, analyze, and identify trends in accounting data to detect areas of risk and systemic issues, and provide effective solutions
  • Knowledge of human factors and motivation, familiarity with quality concepts and techniques, and the knowledge and ability to develop and implement management systems, and audit and assess quality systems for deficiency identification and correction
  • Ability to facilitate uncompromising, high-quality standards while maintaining effective working relationships
  • Ability to interact effectively with all levels of internal and external personnel, including the ability to build effective working relationships and build and lead diverse teams across the laboratories
  • Ability to identify and implement process improvements while adhering to standards and raising expectations
  • Strong oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite
  • Willingness to support work on site at LANL

Preferred Experience

  • Five or more years of MC&A Accounting experience; three or more years preferred in an operational nuclear facility or nuclear environment dealing directly with nuclear processes
  • Hands on experience as a member of an accounting team
  • Demonstrated performance of accounting system functions
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment
  • A chemistry background is helpful but not required

Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or business discipline required; five years of experience performing in an accounting role with demonstrated leadership could be accepted in lieu of degree
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Nuclear Criticality Manager/Specialist - Notional Opportunity — Aiken, SC

Position Description

Perform assigned duties in support of the Savannah River Site (SRS) efforts to design, procure, construct / install plutonium processing facilities.  Provide the materials science, operational nuclear / criticality safety expertise, and nuclear facilities technical base needed to maintain confidence in the safety, reliability, and production of nuclear weapons. Possess current and direct experience with both the requirements outlined in Section 4.3 of the DOE Order 420.1, Facility Safety and the oversight of criticality safety efforts in accordance withDOE-STD-1134-99 September 1999 DOE STANDARD REVIEW GUIDE FOR CRITICALITY SAFETY EVALUATIONS.  Apply broad and diversified experience and expertise of nuclear facility operations and management practices.  Analyze nuclear / criticality operational information including facility conditions, workforce staffing / skill mix / readiness, operational situations, operational hazards.  Review / evaluate system requirements for workflow, organization, and efficiencies.  Apply process improvement practices for operations and life cycle production.  Demonstrate familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of nuclear operations, nuclear facility management, safety bases and criticality safety requirements.  Exercise judgment, plan, and accomplish goals based upon acquired experience.  Work independently, creatively and under general supervision of senior SRS staff.  Experience desired in the following areas:

  • Nuclear engineering, criticality safety analysis, program management, requirements management, risk analysis, and/or oversight of operational nuclear / criticality safety practices / processes / procedures.
  • Subject Matter Expert (SME) level of knowledge with criticality safety analysis (CSA) and Criticality Safety Evaluation (CSE) policies / procedures / practices / programs.
  • Management experience with CSA / CSE efforts and organizations.
  • Development of work scope, schedules, budgets, and coordinating work activities (requiring support from multiple organizations) to include management of resources within budget and schedule.
  • Overseeing work in a nuclear manufacturing or production environment.
  • Working knowledge of the development and implementation of MC&A requirements.
  • Familiarity executing work in compliance with nuclear facility requirements and the authorization basis as specified under 10 CFR 830 Nuclear Safety Management and 10 CFR 835 Occupational Radiation Protection.
  • Systems studies and analyses to support informed decision making associated with nuclear processes. Absorption of broad objectives independent analysis, evaluation and selection of solutions for complex technical problems.

Identification, tracking, mitigation, and resolution of risks and issues related to product and/or system performance objectives.

Required Skills

  • Current possession of a DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain one.
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume leadership responsibility with respect to nuclear operations.
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying, analyzing and solving of problems associated with nuclear facilities and operations.
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers.
  • Demonstrated experience with nuclear high hazard facility operating requirements, safety authorization basis and/or Conduct of Operations planning and execution.
  • Demonstrated experience working within the requirements of Integrated Work Management and Integrated Safety Management Systems.
  • Demonstrated experience with streamlining the implementation of DOE orders and standards to improve operational nuclear efficiency yet maintain compliant operations.
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite.

Preferred Experience

  • Fifteen or more years of operations management experience; 10 or more years preferred in an operational nuclear facility or nuclear environment dealing directly with nuclear and criticality safety.
  • Hands on experience as a Leader / Manager with current and direct experience in leading project teams.
  • Demonstrated performance of program management functions.
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment.
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment.
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Nuclear Criticality Manager/Specialist; Issues Management — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Performs assigned duties in support of the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) efforts to restart and sustain nuclear operations (Actinide Operations). Provides the materials science, operational nuclear / criticality safety expertise, and nuclear facilities technical base needed to maintain confidence in the safety, reliability, and production of the nation’s nuclear weapons. Possesses current and direct experience with both the requirements outlined in Section 4.3 of the DOE Order 420.1, “Facility Safety and the oversight of criticality safety efforts in accordance with DOE-STD-1134-99”September 1999 DOE STANDARD REVIEW GUIDE FOR CRITICALITY SAFETY EVALUATIONS. Applies broad and diversified experience and expertise of respective nuclear facility operations and management practices especially with respect to Actinide processes. Analyzes nuclear/criticality operational information for issues management including: facility conditions, workforce staffing/skill mix/readiness, operational situations, operational hazards, critical path schedules, budgetary estimates, and mission requirements. Reviews/evaluates system requirements for workflow, organization, problem identification, and corrective measures.
Understands significance of identified issues and is able to provide recommendations/solutions to management resulting from problem identification in criticality and actinide operations. Possesses the ability to identify and understand highly complex risk significant issues from a thorough understanding of processes and implementing procedures. Has the ability to perform Causal Analysis and identify Root Causes, evaluations and solutions. Demonstrates familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of nuclear operations, nuclear facility management, safety bases and criticality safety requirements. Exercises judgment in evaluating and recommending corrective actions based upon acquired experience. Works independently, creatively and under general supervision of senior LANL staff. Works with other staff in the negotiation of corrective action evaluations and solutions.

Experience Desired in the Following Areas

  • Nuclear engineering, criticality safety analysis, program management, requirements management, risk analysis, and/or oversight of operational nuclear/criticality safety practices/processes/procedures
  • Subject Matter Expert (SME) level of knowledge with criticality safety analysis (CSA) and Criticality Safety Evaluation (CSE) policies/procedures/practices/programs
  • Management experience with CSA/CSE efforts and organizations that undertake them
  • Development of work scope, schedules, budgets, and coordinating work activities (requiring support from multiple organizations) to include management of technical resources within budget and schedule
  • Working understanding of the development and implementation of MC&A requirements
  • Familiarity executing work in compliance with nuclear facility requirements and the authorization basis as specified under 10 CFR 830 Nuclear Safety Management and 10 CFR 835 Occupational Radiation Protection
  • Systems studies and analyses to support informed decision making associated with the startup and continuation of nuclear processes
  • Absorption of broad objectives from management, then independent analysis, evaluation and integration of solutions for unusually complex technical problems
  • Identification, tracking, characterization, mitigation, and resolution of technical risks and issues related to issues management

Required Skills

  • Current possession of a DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain in short order (i.e.,re-investigation in progress)
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to respond to problems identified, recommending corrective actions for problem resolution
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying, analyzing and solving of problems associated with nuclear facilities and operations
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers in a professional and courteous manner
  • Demonstrated experience with nuclear high hazard facility operating requirements, safety authorization basis and/or Conduct of Operations planning and execution
  • Demonstrated experience working within the requirements of Integrated Work Management and integrated Safety Management environments
  • Excellent peer and customer relationship skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite
  • Willingness to support work on site at LANL

Preferred Experience

  • Fifteen or more years of operations management experience; tenor more years preferred in an operational nuclear facility or nuclear environment dealing directly with nuclear and criticality safety
  • Hands-on experience in issues management programs with current and direct experience in the identification, characterization, and resolution of issues
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment

Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in a scientific or engineering discipline required, advanced technical or management degree preferred
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Nuclear Material Control and Accounting (NMC&A) Compliance Specialist — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Position Description

Responsible for tracking NMC&A Program compliance. This includes (1) ensuring program documentation is sufficient to maintain a comprehensive, effective, and cost-efficient program to control and account for nuclear materials; (2) confirming NMC&A system elements have performance goals that reflect consequence of loss or misuse of the material managed by the program; (3) ensuring the program is graded based on the consequence of loss and contain control and accounting mechanisms for nuclear materials; (4) has established and maintains an evaluation program that monitors the effectiveness of the NMC&A system; (5) verifies effective and efficient response to material loss indicators, anomalous conditions, and degradation of system performance; and (6) ensuring the integration of NMC&A with Safeguards and Security and other site programs. Must maintain knowledge of the NMC&A Plan and program details, Department of Energy (DOE) line management direction, regulatory requirements and the associated DOE Orders, Standards and Guides. Must maintain knowledge and expertise in the LANL NMC&A Plan and programmatic policies, procedures, desktop guides and forms. Serve as the LANL subject matter expert (SME) on the NMC&A program and negotiate with Management and DOE regarding programmatic changes. Participate in investigations related to excessive inventory differences, shipper/receiver differences, and standard error of the inventory difference estimator. Plan and assist in the analyses of process and engineering studies related to mixing and sampling tests for NMC&A purposes. Assist in the program to incorporate checks and balances in the NMC&A system sufficient to control the rate of human errors in material control and accounting information. Maintain current knowledge of facility operations as related to the NMC&A Plan and program functions. Interface with operations, logistics, security, safety, quality assurance and laboratory operations/functions regarding NMC&A programmatic compliance. May conduct training and audits regarding programmatic compliance by operations or other NMC&A staff. Exercise judgment, plan and accomplish goals based upon acquired experience.  Work independently, creatively and under general supervision of senior LANL staff. 

Experience Desired in the following areas:

  • Demonstrated expertise in the Interpretation of Regulatory orders and guidance into programmatic documents and language.
  • Current and historical understanding of DOE NMC&A programs, trends, issues, and areas of concerns.
  • Analysis of operational oversite ensuring NMC&A programs are effective and efficient.
  • Application of technical expertise in understanding governmental language and intent of regulation.
  • Analysis of routine operations involving accountable nuclear material with intent to understand programmatic anomalies.
  • Investigation of inventory differences, shipper/receiver differences, excessive standard errors for measurements and participation in investigation/reconciliation of any significant differences; and serve as the programmatic SME with regards to resolution.
  • Liaison experience with between program staff and regulatory staff.
  • Participate as issues management expert on NMC&A issues to validate adequacy of corrective action plans to resolve issues, perform risk prioritization, and verify that completed actions will close findings.
  • Perform root cause analysis and assist organization managers in this process.
  • Assure corrective action plans are developed, tracking of corrective action plan to closure; and assist in closing corrective action plans and maintain evidence folders.

 Required Skills

  • Current possession of a DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain in short order (i.e., re-investigation in progress)
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume subject matter expertise responsibility with respect to the NMC&A program
  • Understanding of quantitative methods such as statistical, mathematical or computational techniques and their application
  • Ability to implement tools and methodologies to programmatic operation and reduce errors and anomalies
  • Ability to track, analyze, and identify trends in programmatic data to detect areas of risk and systemic issues, and provide effective solutions
  • Knowledge of human factors and motivation, familiarity with quality concepts and techniques, and the knowledge and ability to develop and implement management systems, audit and assess quality systems for deficiency identification and correction
  • Ability to facilitate uncompromising, high-quality standards while maintaining effective working relationships
  • Ability to interact effectively with all levels of internal and external personnel, including the ability to build effective working relationships and build and lead diverse teams across the laboratories
  • Ability to identify and implement process improvements while adhering to standards and raising expectations
  • Strong oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite
  • Willingness to support work on site at LANL

 Preferred Experience

  • Ten or more years of NMC&A programmatic compliance experience specifically with the DOE
  • Hands on experience as a senior member of an NMC&A program
  • Demonstrated performance of program performance assessment functions
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment
  • Experience evaluating trends, performing causal analysis and/or other methodologies used to assess operational programs
  • Experience in regulatory negotiations and/or legal background preferred but not required

 Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Business, or Law preferred; other completed degrees considered with an equivalent amount of work experience with regulatory compliance programs with demonstrated leadership.
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Nuclear Material Control and Accounting (NMC&A) Item Control and Inventory Specialist — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Position Description

Responsible for LANL nuclear materials items; including ensuring items are properly protected and they are not removed from their authorized location without approval or timely detection. Detect, assess, and prevent unauthorized access to nuclear material. Detect, assess, and communicate alarms to response personnel in time to impede unauthorized use of nuclear material. Maintain and review loss detection programs for nuclear material, ensuring accurate information is provided when material is not in its authorized location, and be able to assist in locating the material in a timely manner. Maintain site material containment and surveillance programs ensuring unauthorized activities and anomalous conditions/events are detected, assessed, and responded to. Ensure appropriate protection and controls are applied to nuclear materials, according to the quantity and attractiveness of the material. Maintain, review and periodically test nuclear material access controls, material surveillance programs, and item verification programs. Must maintain knowledge of the NMC&A Plan and program details, Department of Energy (DOE) line management direction, regulatory requirements and the associated DOE Orders, Standards and Guides. Must maintain knowledge and expertise in the LANL NMC&A Plan and programmatic policies, procedures, desktop guides and forms. Maintain knowledge of site material movements/campaigns. Review process flows daily for materials disposed, generated, origin and current location. Support physical inventory activities. Provide technical support for item control: receiving transfers, changing batches, etc. Support physical inventory system records and reports. Verify and reconcile the daily tamper-indicating device (TID) usage and disposal input to the item control program. Advise Material Balance Area (MBA) Custodians and SAFE management of problems concerning special nuclear material (SNM) data integrity. Generate item monitoring test reports from NMC&A System and make distribution to responsible personnel. Monitor process batches for verification of input on items, shipper-receiver differences (SRDs), DOE Form 741 documents and for clean-out, especially in relation to process campaigns. Maintain Item Control system. Coordinate and prepare/plan for the SAFE physical inventories. Perform activities to reconcile and report the inventory. Assist with maintaining the physical inventory files.

Experience Desired in the following areas:

  • Demonstrated expertise in material/item accountability to include daily tracking/checks and periodic physical inventory verifications.
  • Experience with accounting systems and the purpose of physical inventory and subsequent reconciliation.
  • Understanding of DOE NMC&A item control programs, trends, issues, and areas of concerns.
  • Previous analysis of operational oversite ensuring NMC&A item control and material surveillance programs are effective and efficient.
  • Application of technical expertise in understanding governmental language and intent of regulation related to item control and physical inventory taking.
  • Previous investigation of item discrepancies, inventory differences, shipper/receiver differences, related to the item control and physical inventory programs.
  • Previous participation as an item control and material surveillance expert on NMC&A issues, such as: validation of corrective action plan accuracy to resolve item control issues, performance of risk prioritization, and verification completed actions effectively closed findings. 

Required Skills

  • Current possession of a DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain in short order (i.e., re-investigation in progress)
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume subject matter expertise responsibility with respect to the NMC&A program
  • Ability to anticipate program issues and implement tools and methodologies to reduce errors and anomalies
  • Demonstrated performance of correct SNM material categorizations  
  • Ability to track, analyze, and identify trends in item control data to detect areas of risk and systemic issues, and provide effective solutions
  • Knowledge of human factors and motivation, familiarity with quality concepts and techniques, and the knowledge and ability to develop and implement management systems, audit and assess quality systems for deficiency identification and correction
  • Ability to facilitate uncompromising, high-quality standards while maintaining effective working relationships
  • Ability to interact effectively with all levels of internal and external personnel, including the ability to build effective working relationships and build and lead diverse teams across the laboratories
  • Ability to identify and implement process improvements while adhering to standards and raising expectations
  • Strong oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite
  • Willingness to support work on site at LANL 

Preferred Experience

  • Five or more years of NMC&A item control and physical inventory experience specifically with the Department of Energy
  • Experience performing investigations into material surveillance and item control programs
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment
  • Experience evaluating trends, performing causal analysis and/or other methodologies used to assess operational programs
  • Experience in regulatory negotiations and/or legal background preferred but not required 

Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Math or Science preferred; other completed degrees considered with an equivalent amount of work experience with performance of item tracking and inventory taking programs.
  • Minimum of one-year experience in MC&A.
  • Required skills are: analytical problem solving, math, computer literacy, and spreadsheets.
  • Interfaces include a good relationship with production, security, health and safety, NDA, Lab personnel.
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Nuclear Material Control and Accounting (NMC&A) Measurement Control Specialist — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Position Description

Responsible for maintaining the Measurement Control Program to meet NMC&A program requirements.  Implement and maintain measurement control ensuring special nuclear material (SNM) provide information on quantities, isotopic composition and weight percent determination of nuclear material in given locations essential to determining category levels and protection requirement. Maintenance of measurements program to provide measured values with uncertainties sufficient to detect theft or diversion of nuclear material and assure the quality of measurements made for NMC&A purposes. Notify the NMC&A staff when measurement control indicates measurement systems are “out-of-control”. Provide technical support for developing measurement techniques and procedures for performing measurements for material items and process control units (CUs) to include initial and periodic qualification of measurement systems. Understand process operations related to NMC&A measurement systems and equipment and the associated demonstrated control limits. Provide regular review of measurement data ensuring all accounting measurements are within limits. Regularly review measurement system operation and data after initial implementation to maintain qualification. Verify that data flows from measurement points continue to be populated into databases. Validate correctness of data. Validate timeliness of data. Regular interface with NMC&A statistical and process monitoring staff. Provide summary reports to Material Balance Area (MBA) and NMC&A personnel, as needed. Assist in inventory reconciliation. Assist in resolution of inventory differences (ID). Resolve/investigate measurement system alarms. Following the resolution of an alarm, initiate corrective action to qualify measurement systems and equipment and to correct records in error. Investigate excessive rates of measurement system failures and recommend corrective action to reduce the effect of measurement biases. Serve as liaison with operations/production and laboratory functions on nuclear material measurement control issues. Maintain knowledge of the most current nuclear material measurement methods and select/update SAFE measurement systems as determined necessary to meet Department of Energy (DOE) requirements. Oversee the control, calibration and maintenance programs of all NMC&A measurement systems. Assist in the preparation of operating budgets and justifications of equipment required to maintain program-appropriate Measurement Programs. Determine the techniques for and preparation of the measurement standards required to support measurement requirements. Determine experimental design for verification of measurements methods and assist in the statistical evaluation of such methods.

Experience Desired in the following areas:

  • Demonstrated expertise in development, implementation and maintenance of measurement control programs and measurement systems/equipment
  • In-depth understanding and interpretation of DOE NMC&A measurement control programs, trends, issues, and areas of concerns.
  • Analysis of operational oversite ensuring NMC&A measurement programs are effective and efficient.
  • Analysis of measurement systems/equipment quantifying accountable nuclear material with intent to establish qualification, control limits, normal and off-normal operation criteria and programmatic anomalies.
  • Investigation of inventory differences, shipper/receiver differences, excessive standard errors for measurements and participation in investigation/reconciliation of any significant differences; and serve as the programmatic subject matter expert with regards to measurement control.
  • Participation as NMC&A measurement systems expert including: validation of corrective action plans to adequately resolve issues and performance of risk prioritization.
  • Development and tracking of corrective action plans including: verification completed actions adequately closed findings, assistance in closing corrective action plans, and creation/maintenance of evidence folders. 

Required Skills

  • Current possession of a DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain in short order (i.e., re-investigation in progress)
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume subject matter expertise responsibility with respect to the NMC&A program
  • Understanding of quantitative methods such as statistical, mathematical or computational techniques and their application
  • Ability to implement tools and methodologies to measurement control program operation which reduce errors and anomalies
  • Ability to track, analyze, and identify trends in measurement control data to detect areas of risk and systemic issues, and provide effective solutions
  • Knowledge of human factors and motivation, familiarity with quality concepts and techniques, and the knowledge and ability to develop and implement management systems, audit and assess quality systems for deficiency identification and correction
  • Ability to facilitate uncompromising, high-quality standards while maintaining effective working relationships
  • Ability to interact effectively with all levels of internal and external personnel, including the ability to build effective working relationships and build and lead diverse teams across the laboratories
  • Ability to identify and implement process improvements while adhering to standards and raising expectations
  • Strong oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite
  • Willingness to support work on site at LANL 

Preferred Experience

  • Five or more years of NMC&A measurement control program experience specifically with the DOE
  • Hands on experience as a measurement system operator in an NMC&A program
  • Demonstrated performance of measurement program assessment functions
  • Effective resolution of measurement system issues and anomalies
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment
  • Experience evaluating trends, performing causal analysis and/or other methodologies used to assess operational programs
  • Experience in regulatory negotiations and/or legal background preferred but not required 

Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Chemistry, or Engineering, preferred; other completed degrees considered with an equivalent amount of work experience with regulatory compliance programs with demonstrated leadership.
  • Three or more years working directly with material measurement systems specifically related to statistical control limit development and alarm resolution.
  • Interfaces include a good relationship with equipment operators, production management, process engineers, and quality personnel
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Nuclear Material Control and Accounting (NMC&A) Process Monitoring Specialist — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Position Description

Responsible for performing Process Monitoring of Operations activities to meet NMC&A program requirements. Implement and maintain the process monitoring programs ensuring special nuclear material (SNM) is in its assigned location, being used for its intended purpose, and detecting anomalous process conditions which could indicate losses of SNM well before the scheduled physical inventory. Must maintain knowledge of the NMC&A Plan and program details, Department of Energy (DOE) line management direction, regulatory requirements and the associated DOE Orders, Standards and Guides. Must maintain knowledge and expertise in the LANL NMC&A Plan and programmatic policies, procedures, desktop guides and forms. Maintain and coordinate an NMC&A Process Monitoring Program to include alarm resolution. Maintain and coordinate process monitoring activities to rapidly assess the validity of alleged alarms. Provide input to the NMC&A Compliance Specialist and NMC&A System Specialist for implementing Process Monitoring techniques. Coordinate the use of manual forms if the NMC&A system is down, tests are still required. Provide technical support for developing process monitoring techniques for individual Control Units (CUs); a) Understand process operations in responsible area; and b) Understand test control limits in responsible area. Provide regular review of test operation after initial implementation. Verify that data flows from measurement points continue to be populated into databases. Validate correctness of data. Validate timeliness of data. Provide summary reports to Material Balance Area (MBA) Custodians and NMC&A personnel, as needed. Assist in inventory reconciliation. Assist in resolution of inventory differences (ID). Maintain oversight of the process monitoring activities in responsible area. Resolve/investigate process monitoring abrupt alarms, 3 sigma alarms, and cumulative significant trend alarms. Following the resolution of an alarm, initiate corrective action to correct records in error. Investigate excessive rates of false alarms associated with control unit tests and recommend corrective action to improve process variability or reduce the effect of measurement biases. Monitor the following reports daily: a) Control Run Test Log; b) Process Monitoring Control Unit Run Report; c) Control Unit Run Test Results; d) Material Control Reports; e) Human Error Monitoring Metric Report; and f) Process Monitoring Metric Report. Serve as liaison with operations/production and laboratory functions on nuclear material control issues. Track daily process flows. Request samples to be pulled based on program requirements/campaigns/material receipts.

Experience Desired in the following areas:

  • Analysis of process operations and associated measurement systems and material transfer activity ensuring material is being used for its intended purpose and is in an authorized location with an accountable value. Proactively identify errors/problem areas and provide guidance/coordination the corrective actions with the MBA Custodians, operators and site staff as required.
  • Development and statistical understanding of routine operations involving special nuclear material in order to identify operational process improvements and anomalies.
  • Assistance with the determination of shipper/receiver differences for nuclear material receipts and shipments; participation in any investigation/reconciliation of any significant difference; and service as the primary contact with the customer in the resolution of shipper/received accountability issues.
  • Calculation and propagation of mathematical uncertainty related to process operations with at least a 95% probably of detecting the loss of SNM for a process area.
  • Performing trend analysis to evaluate statistically significant recurrent loss or gain from process units and the successive process units.
  • Conduct of process operation investigations resolving process anomalies.
  • Production Process Operations in a Six Sigma Environment. 

Required Skills

  • Current possession of a DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain in short order (i.e., re-investigation in progress)
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume leadership responsibility with respect to nuclear material accounting
  • Understanding of quantitative methods such as statistical, mathematical or computational techniques and their application
  • Ability to implement tools and methodologies to improve real-time material inventory in the form of process monitoring in order to predict and prevent anomalous activity
  • Ability to track, analyze, and identify trends in operations process data to detect areas of risk and systemic issues, and provide effective solutions
  • Knowledge of human factors and motivation, familiarity with quality concepts and techniques, and the knowledge and ability to develop and implement management systems, audit and assess quality systems for deficiency identification and correction
  • Ability to facilitate uncompromising, high-quality standards while maintaining effective working relationships
  • Ability to interact effectively with all levels of internal and external personnel, including the ability to build effective working relationships and build and lead diverse teams with equipment operators, operations/production management, process engineers, and quality personnel.
  • Ability to identify and implement process improvements while adhering to standards and raising expectations
  • Computer skills and proficiency in Statistical and/or Excel Workbooks and similar software tools, including MS Office Suite
  • Willingness to support work on site at LANL 

Preferred Experience

  • Five or more years of NMC&A program experience; 3 or more years preferred in an operational nuclear facility or nuclear environment dealing directly with nuclear processes
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment
  • A Lean Six Sigma/process efficiency background

Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Chemistry or Physics is preferred. Five years of experience performing in a Lean Six Sigma environment, Operational Process Monitoring, or Quality control experience could be accepted in lieu of degree.
  • Required skills include three years of NMC&A program experience, three years of operations processing to include input and output streams and side streams, and computer skills.
  • Interfaces include a good relationship with equipment operators, production management, process engineers, and quality personnel
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Nuclear Material Control and Accounting (NMC&A) Statistician — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Position Description

Responsible for developing and establishing statistical procedures for analyzing data and maintaining statistical initiatives to support NMC&A program requirements.  The NMC&A statistician manages the NMC&A Statistical Measurement Control Program; employing statistical methods to continually control the quality of measurement systems utilized for NMC&A to a level sufficient to satisfy capabilities required for loss detection, response, and accounting. Develop and maintain Statistical Software Programs to perform statistical calculations and verify data utilized in NMC&A operations, serving as a check and balance for NMC&A Systems. Develop and maintain a system for evaluating bulk, volume and analytical control measurements for the determination of systematic errors, random errors and bias estimates that are significant contributors to measurement uncertainties associated with shipper-receiver differences (SRDs), inventory differences (IDs), and process monitoring control unit input-output differences (IODs). Evaluate measurement control data for trends, biases, etc. via periodic control charting and evaluation of biases, calculated using the most recent data, for statistical significance. Statistically evaluate control data for estimation of the standard error of inventory differences (SEIDs) and standard deviations associated with control unit IODs. Evaluate SRDs to determine statistical significance and monitor cumulative SRDs over consecutive six-month periods. Statistically evaluate standards data for continuing qualification of analytical and measurement personnel. Establish and maintain process monitoring estimators to establish control unit alarm limits, including ongoing evaluation of the data to minimize excessive alarms. Update NMC&A Systems for x-bar, σ, and abrupt alarm tests. Maintain a system for statistically evaluating frequency of human errors. Provide statistical counsel in support of overall process/product improvements. Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements associated with SEID and historical ID variance calculations. Provide statistical counsel in ID and SEID investigations. Evaluate changes in operating parameters which might impact statistical analysis of measurement systems. Review, evaluate, and interpret regulatory requirements, and apply appropriate statistical methods for compliance. Provide technical expertise in regulatory inspections and areas of special statistical studies. Oversee the preparation of the following reports: Standard Control Limits, Replicate Control Limits, Control Unit Alarm Limits, Standard Control Charts, Replicate Control Charts, Human Error Frequency Limits, Significantly Biased Measurement Methods, Key and Minor Measurement System Reports, Control Unit IOD Charts, and SEID and Factional Contribution Reports. This is a critical position requiring expertise in understanding and implementing US Nuclear Regulatory Commission NUREG/CR-4604 Statistical Methods for Nuclear Material Management, Bowen & Bennett 1988 and/or its successor references. Must maintain knowledge of the NMC&A Plan and program details, Department of Energy (DOE) line management direction, regulatory requirements and the associated DOE Orders, Standards and Guides. Must maintain knowledge and expertise in the LANL NMC&A Plan and programmatic policies, procedures, desktop guides and forms.

Experience Desired in the following areas:

  • Analysis of process operations and associated measurement systems and material transfer activity ensuring material is being used for its intended purpose and is in an authorized location with an accountable value. Proactively identify errors/problem areas and provide guidance/coordination the corrective actions with the MBA Custodians, operators and site staff as required.
  • Development of operational process improvements and anomaly identification/resolution based on statistical understanding of routine operations involving special nuclear material.
  • Statistically based resolution of SRDs including participation in investigation/reconciliation of statistically significant differences.
  • Calculation and propagation of mathematical uncertainty related to process operations with at least a 95% probably of detecting the loss of SNM for a process area.
  • Performance of trend analysis to evaluate statistically significant recurrent loss or gain from process units and the successive process units.
  • Conduct of process operation investigations resolving process anomalies.
  • Production Process Operations in a Six Sigma Environment. 

Required Skills

  • Current possession of a DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain in short order (i.e., re-investigation in progress)
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to implement effective statistical methods and techniques to support NMC&A
  • Understanding of quantitative methods such as statistical, mathematical or computational techniques and their application
  • Ability to implement tools and methodologies across the NMC&A program to improve real-time material accountability and predict and prevent anomalous activity
  • Ability to track, analyze, and identify trends in operations to detect areas of risk and systemic issues, and provide effective solutions
  • Knowledge of human factors and motivation, familiarity with quality concepts and techniques, and the knowledge and ability to develop and implement management systems, audit and assess quality systems for deficiency identification and correction
  • Ability to facilitate uncompromising, high-quality standards while maintaining effective working relationships
  • Ability to interact effectively with all levels of internal and external personnel, including the ability to build effective working relationships and build and lead diverse teams with equipment operators, operations/production management, process engineers, and quality personnel.
  • Ability to identify and implement process improvements while adhering to standards and raising expectations
  • Computer skills and proficiency in Statistical and/or Excel Workbooks and similar software tools, including MS Office Suite 

Preferred Experience

  • Five or more years of NMC&A program experience; 3 or more years preferred in an operational nuclear facility or nuclear environment dealing directly with nuclear processes
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment 

Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics or Statistics. Five years of experience performing in a Lean Six Sigma environment, Operational Process Monitoring, or Quality control experience could be accepted in lieu of degree.
  • Required skills include three years of NMC&A program experience, three years of operations processing to include input and output streams and side streams, and ability to develop effective statistical models and workbooks to support the NMC&A program requirements.
  • Interfaces include a good relationship with equipment operators, production management, process engineers, and quality personnel
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Nuclear Operations Manager / Specialist — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Performs assigned duties in support of the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) efforts to restart and sustain nuclear operations (Actinide Operations). Provides the materials science, nuclear operations, and technology base needed to maintain confidence in the safety, reliability, and production of the nation’s nuclear weapons. Applies broad and diversified experience and expertise of respective nuclear facility operations and management practices especially with respect to Actinide processes. Analyzes nuclear operational information including: facility conditions, workforce staffing / skill mix / readiness, operational situations, operational hazards, critical path schedules, budgetary estimates, and mission requirements. Reviews/ evaluates system requirements for workflow, organization, and corrective measures. Applies process improvement practices for startup operations and life cycle production. Demonstrates familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of nuclear operations and nuclear facility management. Exercises judgment and plans and accomplishes goals based upon acquired experience. Works independently, creatively and under general supervision of senior LANL staff. Experience desired in the following areas:

  • Nuclear engineering, metallurgy, program management, requirements management, risk analysis, and/or process modeling
  • Proficiency in the transition of requirements, interfaces, linkages, and risk mitigation activities associated with program scope into an integrated, resource-loaded schedule with cost risk contingency analysis
  • Development of work scope, schedules, budgets, and coordinating work activities (requiring support from multiple organizations) to include management of technical resources within budget and schedule
  • Performing work in a manufacturing environment
  • Development and implementation of MC&A requirements
  • Familiarity executing work in compliance with nuclear facility requirements and the authorization basis as specified under 10 CFR 830 Nuclear Safety Management and 10 CFR 835 Occupational Radiation Protection
  • Systems studies and analyses to support informed decision making associated with the startup and continuation of nuclear processes
  • Configuration and management of projects/ integrated baselines and schedules
  • Absorption of broad objectives from management, then independent analysis, evaluation and integration of solutions for unusually complex technical problems
  • Identification, tracking, mitigation, and resolution of technical risks and issues related to product and/or system performance objectives

Required Skills

  • Current possession of a DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain in short order (i.e., re-investigation in progress)
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume leadership responsibility with respect to nuclear operations
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying, analyzing and solving of problems associated with nuclear facilities and operations
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers in a professional and courteous manner
  • Demonstrated experience with nuclear high hazard facility operating requirements, safety authorization basis and/or Conduct of Operations planning and execution
  • Demonstrated experience working within the requirements of Integrated Work Management andintegrated Safety Management environments
  • Demonstrated experience with streamlining the implementation of DOE orders and standards to improve operational nuclear efficiency yet maintain compliant operations
  • Excellent customer relationship skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite
  • Willingness to support work on site at LANL

Preferred Experience

  • Fifteen or more years of operations management experience; 10 or more years preferred in an operational nuclear facility or nuclear environment
  • Hands on experience as a Leader / Manager with current and direct experience in leading project teams
  • Systems Engineering / Project Controls/ Program Management background and experience
  • Demonstrated performance of program management functions
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment

Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in a scientific or engineering discipline required, advanced technical or management degree preferred
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Nuclear Waste Specialist - Notional Opportunity — Aiken, SC

Position Description

Perform assigned duties in support of Savannah River Site (SRS) efforts to design, procure, construct / install plutonium processing facilities.  Provide the materials science, nuclear operations, and nuclear waste management expertise needed to maintain confidence in the safety, reliability, and production of nuclear weapons. Apply broad and diversified experience and expertise of respective of DOE / NNSA field operations including: nuclear operations, nuclear facility management and radioactive waste characterization / handling / packaging / storage / disposition.  Possess current and direct experience with the requirements contained within DOE Order 435.1 Radioactive Waste Management.  Analyze nuclear operational information including: facility conditions, workforce staffing / skill mix / readiness, operational situations, operational hazards, critical path schedules, budgetary estimates, and mission requirements.  Review / evaluate system requirements for workflow, organization, and efficiencies.  Apply process improvement practices for operations and life cycle production.  Demonstrate familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of nuclear operations, nuclear facility management, and waste management operations.  Exercise judgment, plan, and accomplish goals based upon acquired experience.  Work independently, creatively and under general supervision of senior SRS staff.  Expertise and experience desired in the following areas:

  • Radioactive waste management especially transuranic (TRU) and low-level waste.
  • Proficiency in the transition of requirements, interfaces, dependencies, and risk mitigation activities associated with TRU waste and the subsequent termination of safeguards and securities requirements for such material.
  • Review of the work flow, schedules, budgets, and coordinating work activities (requiring support from multiple organizations) to include management of technical resources within budget and schedule for TRU waste processes.
  • Familiarity executing work in compliance with nuclear facility requirements and the authorization basis as specified under 10 CFR 830 Nuclear Safety Management and 10 CFR 835 Occupational Radiation Protection.
  • Systems studies and analyses to support informed decision making associated with the startup and continuation of TRU Waste processes.
  • Configuration and management of projects and integrated cost / schedule / baselines. Absorption of broad objectives then independent analysis, evaluation and selection of solutions for complex technical problems.
  • Identification, tracking, mitigation, and resolution of risks and issues related to mission and/or system performance objectives

Required Skills

  • Current possession of a DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain.
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume leadership responsibility with respect to nuclear operations.
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying, analyzing and solving of problems associated with the handling and disposition of radioactive waste.
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers.
  • Demonstrated experience with nuclear high hazard facility operating requirements, safety authorization basis and/or Conduct of Operations planning and execution.
  • Demonstrated experience working within the requirements of Integrated Work Management and Integrated Safety Management Systems (ISMS).
  • Demonstrated experience with streamlining the implementation of DOE orders and standards to improve operational nuclear efficiency yet maintain compliant operations.
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite.
  • Support work on site at SRS.

 Preferred Experience

  • Fifteen or more years of operations management experience; 10 or more years preferred interfacing with a DOE / NNSA operational nuclear field environment.
  • Hands on experience as a Leader / Manager with current and direct experience in leading project teams.
  • Engineering / Program Management background and experience.
  • Demonstrated performance of program management functions.
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment.
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment.
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Nuclear Weapons Complex Senior Manager - Notional Opportunity — Aiken, SC

Position Description

Perform assigned duties in support of the Savannah River Site (SRS) efforts to design, procure, construct, and commission plutonium (Pu) plant operations.  Provide direct expertise and experience with the management of materials science, nuclear operations, and technology needed in the safety, reliability, and production of the nuclear weapons.  Apply broad and diversified experience and expertise of respective nuclear facility operations and management practices.  Analyze nuclear operational information including: facility conditions, workforce staffing / skill mix / readiness, operational situations, operational hazards, critical path schedules, budgetary estimates, and mission requirements.  Applies process improvement practices for startup operations and life cycle production.  Demonstrates familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of nuclear operations and nuclear facility management.  Exercises judgment and plans and accomplishes goals based upon acquired experience.  Works independently, creatively and under general supervision of senior SRS staff.  Experience desired in the following areas:

  • Nuclear engineering, metallurgy, program management, requirements management, risk analysis, and/or process modeling.
  • Systems studies and analyses to support informed decision making associated with nuclear processes design, procurement, construction, and commissioning.
  • Management of projects and integrated cost / schedule baselines.
  • Absorption of broad objectives and independent analysis, evaluation and selection of solutions for complex technical problems.
  • Identification, tracking, mitigation, and resolution of risks and issues related to product and/or system performance objectives.

Required Skills

  • Currently possess DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain in short order (i.e., re-investigation in progress).
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume leadership responsibility with respect to nuclear design concepts.
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying, analyzing and solving of problems associated with nuclear operations.
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers.
  • Demonstrated experience with nuclear high hazard facility operating requirements, safety authorization basis and/or Conduct of Operations planning and execution.
  • Demonstrated experience working within the requirements of Integrated Safety Management Systems (ISMS).
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite.
  • Support work at SRS.

Preferred Experience

  • Fifteen or more years of operations management experience; 10 or more years preferred in an operational nuclear facility or nuclear environment.
  • Hands on experience as a Leader / Manager with current and direct experience in leading project teams.
  • Systems Engineering / Project Controls / Program Management background and experience.
  • Demonstrated performance of nuclear operations and support functions.
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment.
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment.
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Nuclear Weapons Complex Senior Manager/Specialist — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Performs assigned duties in support of the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) efforts to restart and sustain nuclear operations (Actinide Operations). Provides direct expertise and experience with the management of materials science, nuclear operations, and technology base needed to maintain confidence in the safety, reliability, and production of the nation’s nuclear weapons. Applies broad and diversified experience and expertise of respective nuclear facility operations and management practices especially with respect to Actinide processes. Analyzes nuclear operational information including: facility conditions, workforce staffing/skill mix/readiness, operational situations, operational hazards, critical path schedules, budgetary estimates, and mission requirements. Reviews/evaluates system requirements for workflow, organization, and corrective measures. Applies process improvement practices for startup operations and life cycle production. Demonstrates familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of nuclear operations and nuclear facility management. Exercises judgment and plans and accomplishes goals based upon acquired experience. Works independently, creatively and under general supervision of senior LANL staff.

Experience Desired in the Following Areas

  • Nuclear engineering, metallurgy, program management, requirements management, risk analysis, and/or process modeling
  • Proficiency in the transition of requirements, interfaces, linkages, and risk mitigation activities associated with program scope into an integrated, resource-loaded schedule with cost risk contingency analysis
  • Systems studies and analyses to support informed decision making associated with the startup and continuation of nuclear processes
  • Configuration and management of projects/integrated baselines and schedules
  • Absorption of broad objectives from management, then independent analysis, evaluation and integration of solutions for unusually complex technical problems
  • Identification, tracking, mitigation, and resolution of technical risks and issues related to product and/or system performance objectives

Required Skills

  • DOE Q clearance, currently possess or the ability to obtain in short order (i.e.,re-investigation in progress)
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume leadership responsibility with respect to nuclear operations
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying, analyzing and solving of problems associated with nuclear facilities and operations
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers in a professional and courteous manner
  • Demonstrated experience with nuclear high hazard facility operating requirements, safety authorization basis and/or Conduct of Operations planning and execution
  • Demonstrated experience working within the requirements of Integrated Work Management and integrated Safety Management environments
  • Excellent customer relationship skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite
  • Willingness to support work on site at LANL

Preferred Experience

  • Fifteen or more years of operations management experience; tenor more years preferred in an operational nuclear facility or nuclear environment
  • Hands-on experience as a Leader/Manager with current and direct experience in leading project teams
  • Systems Engineering/Project Controls/Program Management background and experience
  • Demonstrated performance of program management functions
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment

Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in a scientific or engineering discipline required, advanced technical or management degree preferred
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Nuclear Weapons Design Engineer - Notional Opportunity — Aiken, SC

Position Description

Perform assigned duties in support of the Plutonium processing design effort at the Savannah River Site in Aiken, SC.  This effort will focus on programmatic oversight and independent review, analysis, and evaluation of contractor efforts to design and construct an operable Plutonium facility.  Provide direct expertise and experience with the management or design of mechanical systems, electrical systems, nuclear operations, and technology base needed to maintain confidence in the safety, reliability, and production of nuclear weapons.  Applies broad and diversified experience and expertise of nuclear facility operations and management practices.  Analyze nuclear design information including: facility conditions, workforce staffing / skill mix / readiness, operational situations, and operational hazards.  Reviews / evaluates system requirements for workflow, organization, and efficiencies.  Apply process improvement practices for commissioning, startup operations, and life cycle production.  Demonstrate familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of nuclear facility design and management.  Exercises judgment and plans and accomplishes goals based upon acquired experience.  Works independently, creatively and under general supervision of senior SRS staff.  Experience desired in the following areas:

  • Nuclear engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and / or structural engineering, requirements management, risk analysis, and/or process modeling
  • Systems studies and analyses to support informed decisions associated with the startup and continuation of nuclear operations
  • Absorption of broad objectives, then independent analysis, evaluation and selection of solutions for complex technical problems
  • Identification, tracking, mitigation, and resolution of risks and issues related to product and/or system performance objectives

Required Skills

  • Currently possess a DOE Q clearance or clearable
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume leadership responsibility with respect to nuclear design requirements
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying, analyzing and solving of problems associated with nuclear facilities and operations
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers in a professional manner
  • Demonstrated experience with nuclear high hazard facility operations, safety basis and Conduct of Operations planning and execution
  • Demonstrated experience working within the requirements of Integrated Safety Management Systems and environments
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite

Preferred Experience

  • Fifteen or more years of operations management experience; 10 or more years preferred in an operating nuclear facility or nuclear environment
  • Hands on experience as a Leader / Manager with current and direct experience in leading project teams
  • Demonstrated performance of program management functions
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment
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Project Controls or Systems Engineer / Specialist — Albuquerque, NM

Position Description

Performs assigned activities within a Project Controls or Systems Engineering discipline. Applies broad and diversified knowledge of respective systems engineering design and analysis. Analyzes information and reviews system requirements for workflow, organization, and corrective measures. Applies process improvement practices for system development life cycle. Demonstrates familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within an applicable field. Exercises judgment and plans and accomplishes goals based upon acquired experience. Works independently, creatively and under general supervision. Experience desired in one or more of the following areas:

  • Systems engineering, program management, requirements management, risk analysis, and/or process modeling
  • Proficiency in the transition of requirements, interfaces, linkages, and risk mitigation activities associated with program scope into an integrated, resource-loaded schedule with cost risk contingency analysis
  • Systems studies and analyses to support informed decision making
  • Configuration and management of projects
  • Development and successful implementation of systems engineering processes and procedures
  • Application of systems engineering principles (such as requirements and interface management, risk management, and work breakdown structure) for the development of integrated schedules (preferably in Primavera P6 Professional Project Management)
  • Knowledge of and experience with programmatic and portfolio analysis tools, databases and methodologies as well as experience in scheduling, baseline development and management and Earned Value Management
  • Absorption of broad objectives from management, then independent analysis, evaluation and integration of solutions for unusually complex technical problems
  • Identification, tracking, mitigation, and resolution of technical risks and issues related to product and/or system performance objectives

Required Skills

  • DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain within three months
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to learn continuously
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying, analyzing and solving of problems
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers in a professional and courteous manner
  • Excellent customer relationship skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite
  • Willingness to travel as needed

Preferred Experience

  • Two or more years of applicable hands-on experience in leading project teams
  • Systems Engineering or Project Controls background and experience
  • Demonstrated performance of program management functions
  • Experience with and knowledge of design analysis tools, databases and methodologies for large scale projects
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables
  • Experience in a matrixed support environment

Required Education/Experience

  • A Bachelor’s degree and 2 or more years direct experience in an applicable field
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Project Controls or Systems Engineer/Specialist — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Performs assigned duties in support of the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) efforts to restart and sustain nuclear operations (Actinide Operations). Provides the materials science, nuclear operations, and technology base needed to maintain confidence in the safety, reliability, and production of the nation’s nuclear weapons. Performs assigned activities within a Project Controls or Systems Engineering discipline. Applies broad and diversified knowledge of respective systems engineering design and analysis. Analyzes information and reviews system requirements for workflow, organization, and corrective measures. Applies process improvement practices for system development life cycle. Demonstrates familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within an applicable field. Exercises judgment and plans and accomplishes goals based upon acquired experience. Demonstrates familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of nuclear operations and nuclear facility management. Exercises judgment and plans and accomplishes goals based upon acquired experience. Works independently, creatively and under general supervision of senior LANL staff.

Experience Desired in One or More of the Following Areas:

  • Systems engineering, program management, requirements management, risk analysis, and/or process modeling
  • Proficiency in the transition of requirements, interfaces, linkages, and risk mitigation activities associated with program scope into an integrated, resource-loaded schedule with cost risk contingency analysis
  • Systems studies and analyses to support informed decision making
  • Configuration and management of projects
  • Development and successful implementation of systems engineering processes and procedures
  • Application of systems engineering principles (such as requirements and interface management, risk management, and work breakdown structure) for the development of integrated schedules (preferably in Primavera P6 Professional Project Management)
  • Knowledge of and experience with programmatic and portfolio analysis tools, databases and methodologies as well as experience in scheduling, baseline development and management and Earned Value Management
  • Absorption of broad objectives from management, then independent analysis, evaluation and integration of solutions for unusually complex technical problems
  • Identification, tracking, mitigation, and resolution of technical risks and issues related to product and/or system performance objectives

Required Skills

  • DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain within three months
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to learn continuously
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying, analyzing and solving of problems
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers in a professional and courteous manner
  • Excellent customer relationship skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite
  • Demonstrated experience working within the requirements of Integrated Work Management and integrated Safety Management environments
  • Excellent customer relationship skills
  • Willingness to support work on site at LANL

Preferred Experience

  • Five or more years of applicable hands-on experience in leading project teams
  • Systems Engineering or Project Controls background and experience
  • Demonstrated performance of program management functions
  • Experience with and knowledge of design analysis tools, databases and methodologies for large scale projects
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables
  • Experience in a matrixed support environment

Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in an applicable field and five or more years direct experience also in an applicable field
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Project Scheduler — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Perform assigned activities within a Project Control or Systems Engineering discipline. Apply broad and diversified knowledge of respective systems and analysis approach to project schedules development and maintenance. Analyze information and examine schedule logic against project and operational requirements. Exercise judgment and plan and accomplish goals based upon “whole project” perspective. Work independently, creatively and under general supervision. Experience desired in one or more of the following areas:

  • Apply systems engineering principles (such as requirements and interface management, risk management, work breakdown structure) for the development of integrated schedules (in Primavera P6 Professional Project Management)
  • Knowledge of and experience with programmatic and portfolio analysis tools, databases and methodologies as well as experience in scheduling, baseline development and management and Earned Value Management
  • Systems engineering, program management, requirements management, risk analysis, and/or process modeling
  • Proficiency in the transition of requirements, interfaces, linkages, and risk mitigation activities associated with project scope into an integrated, resource-loaded schedule with schedule and cost risk contingency analysis
  • Systems studies and analyses to support informed decision making
  • Absorb broad objectives from management, then independently analyze, evaluate, and integrate solutions for unusually complex technical problems
  • Identify, track, mitigate, and resolve technical risks and issues related to project performance objectives

Required Skills

  • Proficiency in Primavera P6 Professional Project Management
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to learn continuously
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying, analyzing and solving problems
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers in a professional and courteous manner
  • Excellent customer relationship skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency inapplicable software tools, including MS Office applications
  • Willingness to travel as needed

Required Education/Experience/Security Clearance

  • DOE Q clearance, DoD TS clearance, or the ability to obtain within three months
  • A Bachelor’s degree and 2or more years direct experience in an applicable field, or an Associate’s degree with 5 or more years of directly applicable experience

Preferred Experience

  • Two or more years of applicable hands-on experience in leading project teams
  • Systems Engineering or Project Control background and experience
  • Demonstrated performance of program management functions
  • Experience with and knowledge of design analysis tools, databases and methodologies for large scale projects
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables
  • Experience in a matrixed support environment
  • Experience within national laboratory complex
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Quality Assurance/Quality Control Specialist — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Applies technical, engineering, or science expertise to define, understand, and resolve complex problems. Designs, installs, and evaluates quality assurance process sampling systems, procedures, and statistical techniques; designs or specifies inspection and testing mechanisms and equipment; analyzes production limitations and standards; recommends revision of specifications when indicated; formulates or helps formulate quality assurance policies and procedures. May conduct training and audits on quality assurance concepts and tools. Interfaces with all other engineering components within the organization and with customers and suppliers on quality related issues. Uses formal quality and analysis tools, such as statistical process control theory, Plan-Do-Check-Act, Lean Six Sigma, Casual Analysis Techniques, and Defect Prevention to reduce operational, management, and production risks and prevent recurrence of problems. Demonstrates familiarity with standard Quality Assurance and Controls concepts, practices, and procedures within the fields of nuclear operations, nuclear manufacturing, safety bases and nuclear safety requirements. Exercises judgment and plans and accomplishes goals based upon acquired experience. Works independently, creatively and under general supervision of senior Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) staff.

Experience Desired in the Following Areas

  • Applies technical judgment in determining optimal application of engineering and technical practices to ensure the delivery of high-quality product
  • Applies engineering methods, tools and techniques to design, maintain and improve product and processes.
  • Develops and operates quality control systems, understands the application and analysis of testing and inspection procedures; uses metrology and statistical methods to diagnose and correct improper quality control practices
  • Interprets technical drawings, product specifications and requirements in relation to product and process characteristics throughout the life cycle
  • Defines, selects, and applies various techniques including supplier qualification, certification, evaluation, ratings, performance improvement, etc.
  • Identifies sources of design inputs such as customer requirements, regulatory requirements and how they translate into manufacturing
  • Identifies and applies various evaluations and tests to verify and validate the design of products and processes
  • Defines, identifies, and applies product and process control methods such as developing control plans, identifying critical control points, and developing and validating work instructions, inspection equipment and instructions
  • Leads quality assurance, causal analysis, corrective action and preventive action analysis, and measurement related activities based on a defect prevention methodology implemented through Plan-Do-Check-Act
  • Defines, describes, and interprets the basic elements of a quality system, including design, planning, control, and improvement, documentation, quality standards from product and process design through quality cost systems, audit programs, etc

Required Skills

  • Current possession of a DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain in short order (i.e.,re-investigation in progress)
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume leadership responsibility with respect to nuclear operations
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers in a professional and courteous manner
  • Ability to solve complex problems in the absence of clear direction and initial understanding and satisfy Department of Energy and LANL quality related requirements and expectations
  • Understanding of quantitative methods such as statistical, mathematical, or computational techniques and their application
  • Ability to implement tools and methodologies to improve product design and manufacturing processes and prevent defects
  • Ability to track, analyze, and identify trends in data to detect areas of risk and systemic issues, and provide effective solutions
  • Knowledge of human factors and motivation, familiarity with quality concepts and techniques, and the knowledge and ability to develop and implement management systems, audit and assess quality systems for deficiency identification and correction
  • Demonstrated knowledge in performance-based management or a quality discipline
  • Knowledge of quality principles including project and configuration management processes and methodologies
  • Ability to facilitate uncompromising, high-quality standards while maintaining effective working relationships
  • Ability to interact effectively with all levels of internal and external personnel, including the ability to build effective working relationships and build and lead diverse teams across the laboratories
  • Ability to identify and implement process improvements while adhering to standards and raising expectations
  • Strong oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite
  • Willingness to support work on site at LANL

Preferred Experience

  • Fifteen or more years of Quality Assurance and/or Quality Control experience; tenor more years preferred in an operational nuclear facility or nuclear environment dealing directly with nuclear processes
  • Hands-on experience as a member of a quality assurance group with current and direct experience in supporting project teams
  • Demonstrated performance of quality assurance and quality control functions
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment

Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in a scientific or engineering discipline required, advanced technical or management degree preferred
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Radioactive Waste (Transuranic and Low Level) Management Specialist — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Performs assigned duties in support of the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) efforts to restart and sustain nuclear operations (Actinide Operations). Provides the materials science, nuclear operations, and nuclear waste management expertise needed to maintain confidence in the safety, reliability, and production of the nation’s nuclear weapons. Applies broad and diversified experience and expertise of respective of DOE / NNSA field operations including: nuclear operations, nuclear facility management and radioactive waste characterization / handling / packaging / storage / disposition. Possesses current and direct experience with the requirements contained within DOE Order 435.1 Radioactive Waste Management. Analyzes nuclear operational information including: facility conditions, workforce staffing / skill mix / readiness, operational situations, operational hazards, critical path schedules, budgetary estimates, and mission requirements. Reviews/ evaluates system requirements for workflow, organization, and corrective measures. Applies process improvement practices for startup operations and life cycle production. Demonstrates familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of nuclear operations, nuclear facility management, and waste management operations. Exercises judgment and plans and accomplishes goals based upon acquired experience. Works independently, creatively and under general supervision of senior LANL staff. Expertise and experience desired in the following areas:

  • Radioactive waste management especially transuranic (TRU) and low-level waste
  • Proficiency in the transition of requirements, interfaces, linkages, and risk mitigation activities associated with TRU waste and the subsequent termination of safeguards and securities requirements for such material
  • Review of the work flow, schedules, budgets, and coordinating work activities (requiring support from multiple organizations) to include management of technical resources within budget and schedule for TRU waste processes
  • Familiarity executing work in compliance with nuclear facility requirements and the authorization basis as specified under 10 CFR 830 Nuclear Safety Management and 10 CFR 835 Occupational Radiation Protection
  • Systems studies and analyses to support informed decision making associated with the startup and continuation of TRU Waste processes
  • Configuration and management of projects/ integrated baselines and schedules
  • Absorption of broad objectives from management, then independent analysis, evaluation and integration of solutions for unusually complex technical problems
  • Identification, tracking, mitigation, and resolution of technical risks and issues related to mission and/or system performance objectives

Required Skills

  • Current possession of a DOE Q clearance or the ability to obtain in short order (i.e., re-investigation in progress)
  • Ability to work in a team environment and a strong desire to assume leadership responsibility with respect to nuclear operations
  • Demonstrated skill in identifying, analyzing and solving of problems associated with the handling and disposition of radioactive waste
  • Strong organizational and written communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interface effectively with management and customers in a professional and courteous manner
  • Demonstrated experience with nuclear high hazard facility operating requirements, safety authorization basis and/or Conduct of Operations planning and execution
  • Demonstrated experience working within the requirements of Integrated Work Management andintegrated Safety Management environments
  • Demonstrated experience with streamlining the implementation of DOE orders and standards to improve operational nuclear efficiency yet maintain compliant operations
  • Excellent customer relationship skills
  • Computer skills and proficiency in applicable software tools, including MS Office Suite
  • Willingness to support work on site at LANL

Preferred Experience

  • Fifteen or more years of operations management experience; 10 or more years preferred interfacing with a DOE / NNSA operational nuclear field environment
  • Hands on experience as a Leader / Manager with current and direct experience in leading project teams
  • Engineering / Project Controls/ Program Management background and experience
  • Demonstrated performance of program management functions
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment

Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in a scientific or engineering discipline required, advanced technical or management degree preferred
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Senior Project Controls Engineer - Notional Opportunity — Aiken, SC

Position Description

Performs schedule development, maintenance, monitoring activities, cost engineering analysis and control activities. Identifies cost trends for management, ensures work is completed as scheduled and develops estimates using various sources.  Assists and supports management in the development of the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).  Assists and supports management in ensuring proper control, tracking and cost accounting for project financials and cost alignment with the approved project Work Breakdown/Project Coding structure.  Reviews and assists in reviewing project baseline plans and documents.  Reviews estimates for completeness and correctness.  Develops estimates of various types including Conceptual, Order of Magnitude, Parametric and Detailed Bottoms up.  Provides support and guidance in the development of Basis of Estimates as related to the scope as defined in the WBS Dictionaries.  Review and evaluate scope changes to the Performance Measurement Baseline due to Baseline Change Proposals.  Interfaces with designated management and project proposal team counterparts for specific planning and schedule tasks/cost presentations.  Provides project controls support related to the integration, control and management of projects; specifically, project planning and scheduling, progress management and risk management.  Implements and adheres to policies, plans, processes, interfaces and reporting to organize and schedule project work, taking into account time and resource constraints.  Supports the project team with all aspects of the project planning and scheduling functions, including determining durations for the time phasing of the project baseline into the project schedule, management of an integrated schedule, development and updating of progress curves, performance curves and assessment of resources.  Reviews and evaluates ongoing project planning and scheduling status and forecasts and reports / documents. Conducts productivity analysis to identify adverse trends and works with management to determine necessary mitigations, using standard risk software and input from project managers.  Coordinates vendor/ subcontractor schedules with the master project schedule so there are no scheduling conflicts.  Coordinates vendor/ subcontractor requested quotes as related to specific WBSs of the estimate.  Promotes a team atmosphere among workers and staff to ensure everyone is working together.  Reports to a manager or head of department.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Required Skills

  • Effective organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Advanced knowledge of MS Excel, MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Visio
  • Advanced knowledge of Primavera P6
  • Ability to develop labor unit rates based on the type of project as required

Required Experience

  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in the field of project management or project controls in a leadership position.
  • Experience working on nuclear design and construction project is preferred.
  • Experience in EVMS and DOE Projects Implemention of ANSI EIA 748.

Preferred Experience

  • Fifteen or more years of operations management experience; 10 or more years preferred in an operational nuclear facility or nuclear environment dealing directly with nuclear and criticality safety
  • Hands on experience as a Leader / Manager with current and direct experience in leading project teams
  • Demonstrated performance of program management functions
  • Experience in supporting customers and customer deliverables in a high-pressure mission focused environment
  • Experience with managing time and supporting multiple requirements in a matrixed support environment

Certifications

  • EVMS or Primavera P6 required; Cobra preferred.
  • American Society of Professional Estimators (ASPE) and/or Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE) certification preferred.
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Senior Technical Security Tech - Notional Opportunity — Washington, DC

Position Description

Operates and maintains sensitive measurement and survey equipment.Plans and executes Technical Security evaluations and services IAW DOEOrder 470.6, SPB Procedural Guides 1, 2, & 3, and DOE/NNSA policy within prescribed time-frames. Prepares thorough, clear, classified written reports comprehensively detailing evaluation procedures and technical findings.Responds to Technical Security discoveries IAW national, DOE and NNSA policies. Provides Technical Threat Briefings, analytical reports and products to senior level officials.

Job Requirements:
12 years of relevant experience, at least 5 years leading instrumented TSCM services.
Graduate of Interagency Training Center(ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Desired: CompTIA A+, Network+, and Sec+
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may be substituted for 4 years of experience.Relevant experience must be in signals analysis,physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics,technical surveillance countermeasures,telecommunications, wireless security,cybersecurity, or information assurance.
Either an active DOE Q, or TS clearance,or a favorably adjudicated Tier V personnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:
Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:

This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Senior Technical Security Technician (TSCM) - Notional Opportunity — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Operates and maintains sensitive measurement and survey equipment. Plans and executes Technical Security evaluations and services IAW DOE Order 470.6, SPB Procedural Guides 1, 2, & 3, and DOE/NNSA policy within prescribed time-frames. Prepares thorough, clear, classified written reports comprehensively detailing evaluation procedures and technical findings. Responds to Technical Security discoveries IAW national, DOE and NNSA policies. Provides Technical Threat Briefings, analytical reports and products to senior level officials.

Position Requirements:

A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may be substituted for 4 years of experience.
Relevant experience must be in signals analysis, physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics, technical surveillance countermeasures, telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity, or information assurance.
12 years of relevant experience, at least 5 years leading instrumented TSCM services.
Graduate of Interagency Training Center (ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Desired: CompTIA A+, Network+, and Sec+
Either an active DOE Q, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier V personnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:

Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:

This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Technical Security Assistant (TEMPEST) - Notional Opportunity — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Performs desktop or on-site TEMPEST or Protected Distribution Systems (PDS) evaluations of or at NNSA facilities according to applicable DOE and National policies. Provides CTTA’s with recommendations for TEMPEST countermeasure requirements. Drafts formal memoranda or threat assessment documents based on TEMPEST Countermeasures Reviews (TCR) or PDS technical evaluations. Develops and deliver training on NNSA TEMPEST processes, policies and procedures to NNSA Field sites. Conducts outreach to NNSA field sites on TEMPEST processes, policies and procedures Drafts, reviews, and edits NNSA TEMPEST policies and procedures. Assists with instrumented TEMPEST Testing.

Job Requirements:

3 years of relevant experience, relevant experience must be in signals analysis, physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics, technical surveillance countermeasures, telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity, or information assurance.

Graduate of the National TEMPEST School TEMPEST Fundamentals Course and TEMPEST Facility Installation and System Design Course

Ability to obtain DOE 'Q' and current SCI Eligibility


Duration:

Direct Hire


Federal Government Clearance:


This position requires the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position requires testing for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government to obtain access authorization prior to employment. Subsequent reinvestigations and drug testing may be required.

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Technical Security Assistant (TSCM) - Notional Opportunity — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Under the supervision of certified TSCM technicians, assists in the execution of Technical Security operations.
The contractor shall maintain a ratio of 2 TSCM Technicians for each TSCM Assistant at each site.

Job Requirements:

5 years relevant work experience, relevant experience must be in signals analysis, physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics, technical surveillance countermeasures, telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity, or information assurance.

Either an active DOE Q, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier V personnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.


Duration:

Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:

This position requires the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position requires testing for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government to obtain access authorization prior to employment. Subsequent reinvestigations and drug testing may be required.

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Technical Security Assistant (TSCM) - Notional Opportunity — Washington, DC

Position Description

Under the supervision of certified TSCM technicians, assists in the execution of Technical Security operations.
The contractor shall maintain a ratio of 2 TSCM Technicians for each TSCM Assistant at each site.

Job Requirements:

5 years relevant work experience, relevant experience must be in signals analysis, physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics, technical surveillance countermeasures, telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity, or information assurance.

Either an active DOE Q, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier V personnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.


Duration:

Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:

This position requires the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position requires testing for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government to obtain access authorization prior to employment. Subsequent reinvestigations and drug testing may be required.

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Technical Security Operations Analyst - Notional Opportunity — Washington, DC

Position Description

Provides analytical and financial support and advice to federal program managers on assigned tasks and projects. Analyzes Technical Security program from a cost and budget perspective. Reviews and models operating procedures and identify and document performance improvement initiatives and activities. Provides Technical Security operational and strategic planning and support, including the analysis and preparation of relevant Technical Security policy. Tracks and assists the Program Manager in managing Technical Security Projects and procurements. Reviews technical documents, including project proposals, program plans, and monthly technical security reports. Prepares and distributes office correspondence, briefings, weekly activity reports, visit requests and other office documents as required.Coordinates program office management activities including federal managers’ schedules, meetings, correspondence, travel arrangements, records management, and other office duties as assigned. Conducts independent research, obtain information from various sources, and perform special studies as needed to develop innovative solutions to complex Technical Security challenges. Arranges schedules, venues, and participants for periodic program reviews. Actively participates in meetings and at a minimum capture and review minutes, action items, and attendance.Communicates effectively to internal and external program participants in writing, on the phone, and in person to assist the Federal Program Manager to accomplish critical program related decisions.

Job Requirements:
7 years of relevant experience
Desired: Project Management Professional (PMP), Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
Either an active DOE Q, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier V personnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:
Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:
This position requires the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position requires testing for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government to obtain access authorization prior to employment. Subsequent reinvestigations and drug testing may be required.

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Technical Security Technician (Team Manager) - Notional Opportunity — Albuquerque, NM

Position Description

Responds to emergency and ad-hoc requirements for TSP operational activities. Reports on the status of all TSP operational activities to appropriate federal oversight. Submits formal reports of TSP operational activities within 15 business days of service completion. Prepares and submits quarterly metrics IAW DOE O 470.6 and TSP PMO guidelines within 15 business days after the end of the quarter. Coordinates and arranges site-specific training of TSCM Technicians to meet all local occupational, safety, and health requirements. Prepares written correspondence and after actionreports to include TSCM inspection findings and recommendations reports, analytical reports, technical security awareness briefings, technical briefings, and vulnerability reports. Conducts analysis of complex technical, surveillance, counter- surveillance, surveillance detection or other technical vulnerabilities. Maintains an active DOE TSCM Technicians Certification IAW DOE 470.6. Ensures all TSCM Technicians maintain proficiency in accordance with the minimum standards set forth in DOE O 470.6. In coordination with the TSPM, identifies training needs to ensure the maintenance of knowledge, skills, and abilities required for each TSCM Technician. Designates a TSCM Team Chief for each service. Ensures the TSCM Team Chief is qualified to lead the team in the conduct of all facets of a service. Catalogs and digitally maintains all local TSP reporting, equipment records, operational plans, training records, and other correspondence and documentation related to local TSCM activities in a secure digital format. Establishes and documents a comprehensive maintenance program for all assigned TSCM equipment to ensure that each item is maintained in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations. Ensures all TSCM services are conducted in accordance with the classified TSCM Annex to this chapter, the Security Policy Board Procedural Guides 1, 2, and 3, and other NNSA or DOE policies. Develops an annual schedule of TSP operations IAW DOE O 470.6 for submission to local federal oversight or the TSPM as required. Makes recommendations on the priority of TSP operations according to site-specific requirements and threat information. Makes recommendations of TSCM technician candidates for initial certification as certified TSCM Technicians and of existing technician for recertification to the TSCMPM. Ensures 100% inventory and maintenance and calibration of TSP Equipment, in accordance with NNSA TSP procedures and manufacturer’s recommendations.

Qualifications:
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may be substituted for 4 years of experience, relevant experience must be in signals analysis, physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics, technical surveillance countermeasures, telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity, or information assurance.
12 years of relevant experience, at least 5 years performing instrumented TSCM services, and at least 3 years managing and directing instrumented TSCM services
Graduate of Interagency Training Center (ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Either an active DOE Q, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier V personnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:
Direct Hire


Federal Government Clearance:
This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Technical Security Technician (Team Manager) - Notional Opportunity — Livermore, CA

Position Description

Responds to emergency and ad-hoc requirements for TSP operational activities. Reports on the status of all TSP operational activities to appropriate federal oversight. Submits formal reports of TSP operational activities within 15 business days of service completion. Prepares and submits quarterly metrics IAW DOE O 470.6 and TSP PMO guidelines within 15 business days after the end of the quarter. Coordinates and arranges site-specific training of TSCM Technicians to meet all local occupational, safety, and health requirements. Prepares written correspondence and after actionreports to include TSCM inspection findings and recommendations reports, analytical reports, technical security awareness briefings, technical briefings, and vulnerability reports. Conducts analysis of complex technical, surveillance, counter- surveillance, surveillance detection or other technical vulnerabilities. Maintains an active DOE TSCM Technicians Certification IAW DOE 470.6. Ensures all TSCM Technicians maintain proficiency in accordance with the minimum standards set forth in DOE O 470.6. In coordination with the TSPM, identifies training needs to ensure the maintenance of knowledge, skills, and abilities required for each TSCM Technician. Designates a TSCM Team Chief for each service. Ensures the TSCM Team Chief is qualified to lead the team in the conduct of all facets of a service. Catalogs and digitally maintains all local TSP reporting, equipment records, operational plans, training records, and other correspondence and documentation related to local TSCM activities in a secure digital format. Establishes and documents a comprehensive maintenance program for all assigned TSCM equipment to ensure that each item is maintained in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations. Ensures all TSCM services are conducted in accordance with the classified TSCM Annex to this chapter, the Security Policy Board Procedural Guides 1, 2, and 3, and other NNSA or DOE policies. Develops an annual schedule of TSP operations IAW DOE O 470.6 for submission to local federal oversight or the TSPM as required. Makes recommendations on the priority of TSP operations according to site-specific requirements and threat information. Makes recommendations of TSCM technician candidates for initial certification as certified TSCM Technicians and of existing technician for recertification to the TSCMPM. Ensures 100% inventory and maintenance and calibration of TSP Equipment, in accordance with NNSA TSP procedures and manufacturer’s recommendations.

Qualifications:
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may be substituted for 4 years of experience, relevant experience must be in signals analysis, physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics, technical surveillance countermeasures, telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity, or information assurance.
12 years of relevant experience, at least 5 years performing instrumented TSCM services, and at least 3 years managing and directing instrumented TSCM services
Graduate of Interagency Training Center (ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Either an active DOE Q, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier V personnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:
Direct Hire


Federal Government Clearance:
This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Technical Security Technician (Team Manager) - Notional Opportunity — North Las Vegas, NV

Position Description

Responds to emergency and ad-hoc requirements for TSP operational activities. Reports on the status of all TSP operational activities to appropriate federal oversight. Submits formal reports of TSP operational activities within 15 business days of service completion. Prepares and submits quarterly metrics IAW DOE O 470.6 and TSP PMO guidelines within 15 business days after the end of the quarter. Coordinates and arranges site-specific training of TSCM Technicians to meet all local occupational, safety, and health requirements. Prepares written correspondence and after actionreports to include TSCM inspection findings and recommendations reports, analytical reports, technical security awareness briefings, technical briefings, and vulnerability reports. Conducts analysis of complex technical, surveillance, counter- surveillance, surveillance detection or other technical vulnerabilities. Maintains an active DOE TSCM Technicians Certification IAW DOE 470.6. Ensures all TSCM Technicians maintain proficiency in accordance with the minimum standards set forth in DOE O 470.6. In coordination with the TSPM, identifies training needs to ensure the maintenance of knowledge, skills, and abilities required for each TSCM Technician. Designates a TSCM Team Chief for each service. Ensures the TSCM Team Chief is qualified to lead the team in the conduct of all facets of a service. Catalogs and digitally maintains all local TSP reporting, equipment records, operational plans, training records, and other correspondence and documentation related to local TSCM activities in a secure digital format. Establishes and documents a comprehensive maintenance program for all assigned TSCM equipment to ensure that each item is maintained in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations. Ensures all TSCM services are conducted in accordance with the classified TSCM Annex to this chapter, the Security Policy Board Procedural Guides 1, 2, and 3, and other NNSA or DOE policies. Develops an annual schedule of TSP operations IAW DOE O 470.6 for submission to local federal oversight or the TSPM as required. Makes recommendations on the priority of TSP operations according to site-specific requirements and threat information. Makes recommendations of TSCM technician candidates for initial certification as certified TSCM Technicians and of existing technician for recertification to the TSCMPM. Ensures 100% inventory and maintenance and calibration of TSP Equipment, in accordance with NNSA TSP procedures and manufacturer’s recommendations.

Qualifications:
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may be substituted for 4 years of experience, relevant experience must be in signals analysis, physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics, technical surveillance countermeasures, telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity, or information assurance.
12 years of relevant experience, at least 5 years performing instrumented TSCM services, and at least 3 years managing and directing instrumented TSCM services
Graduate of Interagency Training Center (ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Either an active DOE Q, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier V personnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:
Direct Hire


Federal Government Clearance:
This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Technical Security Technician (TSCM) - Notional Opportunity — Livermore, CA

Position Description

Operates and maintains sensitive measurement and survey equipment. Executes Technical Security evaluations and services IAW DOE Order 470.6,SPB Procedural Guides 1, 2, & 3, and DOE/NNSA policy within prescribedtime-frames. Prepares thorough, clear, classified written reports comprehensively detailing evaluation procedures and technical findings.Responds to Technical Security discoveries IAW national, DOE and NNSApolicies. Provides Technical Threat Briefings, analytical reports and products to senior level officials.

Position Requirements:

9 years of relevant experience with at least 4 years performinginstrumented TSCM services
Graduate of Interagency Training Center(ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Desired: CompTIA A+, Network+, and Sec+
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may besubstituted for 4 years of experience.Relevant experience must be in signals analysis,physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics,technical surveillance countermeasures,telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity,or information assurance.
Either an active DOEQ, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier Vpersonnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:

Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:

This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Technical Security Technician (TSCM) - Notional Opportunity — North Las Vegas, NV

Position Description

Operates and maintains sensitive measurement and survey equipment. Executes Technical Security evaluations and services IAW DOE Order 470.6,SPB Procedural Guides 1, 2, & 3, and DOE/NNSA policy within prescribedtime-frames. Prepares thorough, clear, classified written reports comprehensively detailing evaluation procedures and technical findings.Responds to Technical Security discoveries IAW national, DOE and NNSApolicies. Provides Technical Threat Briefings, analytical reports and products to senior level officials.

Position Requirements:

9 years of relevant experience with at least 4 years performinginstrumented TSCM services
Graduate of Interagency Training Center(ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Desired: CompTIA A+, Network+, and Sec+
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may besubstituted for 4 years of experience.Relevant experience must be in signals analysis,physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics,technical surveillance countermeasures,telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity,or information assurance.
Either an active DOEQ, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier Vpersonnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:

Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:

This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Technical Security Technician (TSCM) - Notional Opportunity — Los Alamos, NM

Position Description

Operates and maintains sensitive measurement and survey equipment. Executes Technical Security evaluations and services IAW DOE Order 470.6,SPB Procedural Guides 1, 2, & 3, and DOE/NNSA policy within prescribedtime-frames. Prepares thorough, clear, classified written reports comprehensively detailing evaluation procedures and technical findings.Responds to Technical Security discoveries IAW national, DOE and NNSApolicies. Provides Technical Threat Briefings, analytical reports and products to senior level officials.

Position Requirements:

9 years of relevant experience with at least 4 years performinginstrumented TSCM services
Graduate of Interagency Training Center(ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Desired: CompTIA A+, Network+, and Sec+
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may besubstituted for 4 years of experience.Relevant experience must be in signals analysis,physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics,technical surveillance countermeasures,telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity,or information assurance.
Either an active DOEQ, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier Vpersonnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:

Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:

This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Technical Security Technician (TSCM) - Notional Opportunity — Kansas City, MO

Position Description

Operates and maintains sensitive measurement and survey equipment. Executes Technical Security evaluations and services IAW DOE Order 470.6,SPB Procedural Guides 1, 2, & 3, and DOE/NNSA policy within prescribedtime-frames. Prepares thorough, clear, classified written reports comprehensively detailing evaluation procedures and technical findings.Responds to Technical Security discoveries IAW national, DOE and NNSApolicies. Provides Technical Threat Briefings, analytical reports and products to senior level officials.

Position Requirements:

9 years of relevant experience with at least 4 years performinginstrumented TSCM services
Graduate of Interagency Training Center(ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Desired: CompTIA A+, Network+, and Sec+
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may besubstituted for 4 years of experience.Relevant experience must be in signals analysis,physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics,technical surveillance countermeasures,telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity,or information assurance.
Either an active DOEQ, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier Vpersonnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:

Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:

This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Technical Security Technician (TSCM) - Notional Opportunity — Oak Ridge, TN

Position Description

Operates and maintains sensitive measurement and survey equipment. Executes Technical Security evaluations and services IAW DOE Order 470.6,SPB Procedural Guides 1, 2, & 3, and DOE/NNSA policy within prescribedtime-frames. Prepares thorough, clear, classified written reports comprehensively detailing evaluation procedures and technical findings.Responds to Technical Security discoveries IAW national, DOE and NNSApolicies. Provides Technical Threat Briefings, analytical reports and products to senior level officials.

Position Requirements:

9 years of relevant experience with at least 4 years performinginstrumented TSCM services
Graduate of Interagency Training Center(ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Desired: CompTIA A+, Network+, and Sec+
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may besubstituted for 4 years of experience.Relevant experience must be in signals analysis,physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics,technical surveillance countermeasures,telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity,or information assurance.
Either an active DOEQ, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier Vpersonnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:

Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:

This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Technical Security Technician (TSCM) - Notional Opportunity — Amarillo, TX

Position Description

Operates and maintains sensitive measurement and survey equipment. Executes Technical Security evaluations and services IAW DOE Order 470.6,SPB Procedural Guides 1, 2, & 3, and DOE/NNSA policy within prescribedtime-frames. Prepares thorough, clear, classified written reports comprehensively detailing evaluation procedures and technical findings.Responds to Technical Security discoveries IAW national, DOE and NNSApolicies. Provides Technical Threat Briefings, analytical reports and products to senior level officials.

Position Requirements:

9 years of relevant experience with at least 4 years performinginstrumented TSCM services
Graduate of Interagency Training Center(ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Desired: CompTIA A+, Network+, and Sec+
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may besubstituted for 4 years of experience.Relevant experience must be in signals analysis,physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics,technical surveillance countermeasures,telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity,or information assurance.
Either an active DOEQ, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier Vpersonnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:

Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:

This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

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Technical Security Technician (TSCM) - Notional Opportunity — Albuquerque, NM

Position Description

Operates and maintains sensitive measurement and survey equipment. Executes Technical Security evaluations and services IAW DOE Order 470.6,SPB Procedural Guides 1, 2, & 3, and DOE/NNSA policy within prescribedtime-frames. Prepares thorough, clear, classified written reports comprehensively detailing evaluation procedures and technical findings.Responds to Technical Security discoveries IAW national, DOE and NNSApolicies. Provides Technical Threat Briefings, analytical reports and products to senior level officials.

Position Requirements:

9 years of relevant experience with at least 4 years performinginstrumented TSCM services
Graduate of Interagency Training Center(ITC) TSCM Fundamentals Course
Desired: CompTIA A+, Network+, and Sec+
A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field may besubstituted for 4 years of experience.Relevant experience must be in signals analysis,physical security, TEMPEST, electrical/electronics,technical surveillance countermeasures,telecommunications, wireless security, cybersecurity,or information assurance.
Either an active DOEQ, or TS clearance, or a favorably adjudicated Tier Vpersonnel security background investigation and current SCI eligibility.

Duration:

Direct Hire

Federal Government Clearance:

This position may require the ability to obtain a government clearance. This position may require reviews and test for absence of any illegal drugs along with a background investigation by the Federal government in order to obtain an access authorization prior to employment, and may require subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

Apply Now