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Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Responsible for supporting operation and maintenance of automated production equipment in a production oriented facility. The Maintenance function includes service, troubleshooting, repair, and installation of all production and facility support equipment.
  • Demonstrates and applies knowledge of mechanical and electrical maintenance functions. This includes understanding the materials required for maintaining each equipment area, their general functions for logical scheduling purposes, standard repair procedures, and the significance of accurate and timely processing of work orders within these areas.
  • Troubleshoots with a focus on development of a repair procedure, must be able to identify the needed parts and tools to perform all needed tasks. Must have the ability to communicate these needs in order to facilitate the procurement of the parts.
  • Works with others when problem-solving and repairing or working within their area.
  • Develops knowledge of the maintenance work order system to provide the required information for submittal and closure of work orders.
  • Demonstrates a desire to continuously improve and learn new skills that add value to the business process.
  • Demonstrates the ability to operate, inspect, diagnose and repair vehicles and other mobile equipment.
  • Reports defects and damages to supervision.
  • Tests and makes adjustments to mechanical components and equipment after repairs or assembly to ensure proper performance and compliance with manufacturer specifications and company safety standards.
  • Uses a number of sophisticated tools including electrical, hydraulic and engine testing and diagnostic equipment; welding torches; jacks; hoists and hand tools (e.g., wrenches). Uses computer systems to help diagnose the cause of some problems with heavy equipment.
  • Fuels and lubricates equipment and performs preventive maintenance in accordance with manufacturer specifications.
  • Communicates with the leaders regarding parts and repair orders.
  • Performs scheduled preventive maintenance tasks as assigned.
  • Minimizes machine downtime by troubleshooting and resolving mechanical and basic electrical issues.
  • Demonstrates a strong focus by applying the highest level of service to internal customers through work order processing.
  • Must be able to work independently and resolve practical problems.
  • Must complete required training and certification for the Maintenance area in accordance with the Maintenance progression process for a technician. This includes participating in new employee safety training, basic skills training, equipment specific training, material handling equipment, and team building exercises.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Analytical, problem solving and troubleshooting skills. (Mechanical and Electrical)
  • Ability to work together with other technicians to diagnose routine and complex issues related to repair/service scheduling, tools required for mechanical repairs, generate potential solutions based on mechanical knowledge and make repairs as required
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and team player attitude
  • Basic understanding of electrical systems, PLCs (programmable logic controllers), HMI’s (Human machine interfaces)and/or other drives

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to perform physically demanding work
  • Ability to work in extreme weather conditions and environments wherein there is exposure to noise, dust, grease, smoke, fumes, noxious odors, gases, chemicals and mechanical and electrical hazards
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to perform maintenance duties at elevated heights
  • Ability to stand and walk
  • Ability to effectively communicate; speaking, reading, understanding, writing and hearing clear English; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Basic mechanical ability
  • Ability to wear protective equipment such as: goggles, ear plugs, hard hat, gloves, and steel toe boots
  • Ability to read small text, documents, procedures, and instrument readouts; manipulate packages
  • Ability to work near moving mechanical parts and around ionizing radiation
  • Forklift and crane certification

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Coordinates warehouse activities and directs staff performing routine duties as part of an EnergySolutions warehouse operation. Compiles and prepares reports on various warehouse activities, coordinates ordering merchandise and assists in the overall management of warehouse operations, including developing policy, procedures and plans.
  • Performs, directs and oversees warehouse operations for EnergySolutions. Directs warehouse functions for the purpose of prioritizing project deadlines and ensuring optimal use of personnel. These tasks are necessary to ensure smooth company operations and customer requirements being met.
  • Monitors assigned programs and/or projects (e.g., general fixed assets and inventory) for the purpose of conforming to administrative, state and/or federal requirements.
  • Obeys all safety regulations and legal documentation standards associated with warehousing.
  • Receives and logs incoming freight shipments. Verifies freight against invoices and purchase orders, reporting any discrepancies.
  • Obtains signatures on receipt of items and completes necessary inventory records.
  • Determines proper storage methods, identifying stock locations based on turnover, environmental factors and physical capabilities of facilities.
  • Uses loading and unloading equipment to store items in the warehouse, to stock shelves and to retrieve items from storage according to requests.
  • Packs and unpacks items to be stocked on shelves in stockrooms.
  • Marks stock items using identification tags, stamps, electric marking tools or other labeling equipment.
  • Coordinates and participates in the physical inventory of warehouse items, compiling inventory records and preparing reports, as needed; organizing surplus property storage; and identifying losses.
  • Verifies inventory computations by comparing them to physical counts of stock and investigates discrepancies/adjusts errors.
  • Monitors inventory to maintain adequate supply of items.
  • Fills orders from stock, rotates stock and delivers items to designated locations according to schedule.
  • Retrieves and places outgoing freight on shipping docks.
  • Issues or distributes materials, products, parts and supplies to customers or coworkers, based on information from incoming requisitions.
  • Compiles order requests from various sources, ensures compliance with specifications and determines type and quantity of items to order. Prepares purchase order requests and notifies purchasing agent of order specifications.
  • Procures equipment, supplies and materials for the purpose of maintaining availability of required items and completing jobs efficiently. Examines and inspects stock items for wear and defects, reporting any damage to his/her supervisor. Disposes of damaged and defective items or returns them to vendors.
  • Evaluates performance of materials ordered to ensure purchasing the most economical and durable products. Ensures staff uses appropriate procedures and safe practices and ensures optimal utilization of personnel and other resources.
  • Directs and oversees the work of warehouse workers as applicable. Assists in planning, assigning and reviewing the work of warehouse workers and prioritizing the delivery schedule. Evaluates employee performance and provides input on performance appraisals as applicable.
  • Maintains appropriate records and prepares reports on various warehouse activities as directed. Answers incoming department telephone calls for the purpose of routing and/or responding to telephone requests for information/services.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Detailed knowledge of the various parts, materials, and supplies associated with facility maintenance and operations
  • Detailed knowledge of the methods and procedures related to receiving, processing, storing and distributing a variety of parts, equipment and supplies
  • Detailed knowledge of purchasing terminology, specification, development and bidding procedures
  • Detailed knowledge of automated financial and purchasing records, database systems and recordkeeping
  • Ability to work with employees at all organizational levels
  • Ability to make mathematical calculations using fractions, percents and/or ratios with speed and accuracy
  • Ability to establish and maintain a variety of records, files and operational systems using a computer
  • Ability to work in extreme weather conditions
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lb
  • Intermediate knowledge of the use of Microsoft Office products required to perform job

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Interprets waste management and transportation rules, regulations and policies in the proper compliant management of facility waste, including low level and transuranic waste (TRU), hazardous waste.
  • Teams and interfaces with treatment, storage, disposal, generators and/or other customers and regulators to resolved specific waste management related concerns.
  • Reviews existing procedures and prepares revisions and checklist updates to incorporate regulatory requirements and changes as well as customer driven revisions.
  • Serves as the primary Shipper / Broker for the Erwin ResinSolutions
  • Responsible for all rad shipments and inspects incoming and outgoing shipments to ensure compliance with all applicable regulations.
  • Prepares containers for shipment including manifests, labeling, marking and inspection of packages and conducts receipt surveys and document review for incoming shipments.
  • Coordinates shipments with generators, disposal sites and transportation.
  • Works under general supervision.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Working knowledge of state and federal environmental regulations (WAC, MTCA, RCRA, CERLA and TSCA)
  • Organized and disciplined approach to documentation, development, maintenance and tracking of waste activities
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Intermediate computer skills, including Microsoft Word

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds and push up to 200 pounds; handle, grip, and reach above or below shoulder
  • Ability to use hands to accomplish tasks as assigned
  • Ability to walk and bend/stoop
  • Ability to effectively communicate; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Ability to see close and distance, basic colors and shades
  • Ability to work inside an office and outside
  • Ability to work alone and work with others; perform under deadline pressure
  • Ability to drive a vehicle

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Performs operations work as part of a team of semi-skilled and skilled workers (e.g., laborers; equipment operators, and radioactive waste handling workers).
  • Operates a variety of equipment: medium weight equipment, small, fixed-facility (light) equipment, and hand and power tools. Uses equipment to perform waste handling and disposal, and earthmoving construction activities.
  • Works under the direction of the Disposal Operations Supervisor.
  • Complies with all local, state and federal health and safety regulations and site health and safety requirements.
  • Complies with all requirements for wearing personal protective equipment while performing job duties.
  • Participates in procedure development and revision, job hazard analysis and safety walkdowns as applicable.
  • Uses a variety of medium weight equipment to perform construction, material handling and waste disposal work.
  • Operates, services and makes minor adjustments to small/medium motor graders, backhoes, loaders, scrapers, forklifts, and haul/dump trucks.
  • Inspects shipment rigging and assists in hooking slings/wire rope to crane rigging/hook(s)..
  • May perform the work of an Operator 1 or 2 as required.
  • May lead and direct the work of an Operator 1 or 2.
  • May provide training to an Operator 1 or 2 as needed and reviews the work of others as needed.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Required and Desired Skills

  • Strong listening skills
  • Basic written, verbal and organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and team player attitude
  • General knowledge of local, state and federal health and safety regulations [e.g., Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)]
  • Ability to understand and apply health and safety regulations and requirements
  • Ability to read computer screens and printed documents and to operate small equipment
  • Basic computer skills, including the ability to operate equipment using HMI
  • Ability to successfully pass a fundamentals entry examination as applicable
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability to perform maintenance and repairs on fixed, small-scale industrial equipment used to perform job duties
  • Demonstrated ability to handle more complex work and schedule tasks assigned to Operator 1 and 2 employees as appropriate
  • Ability to learn rigging practices. Experience with rigging preferred.

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to comprehend procedure and work package instructions as applicable
  • Ability to perform physically demanding work
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to push and pull up to 35 pounds and carry up to 50 pounds; handle, grip, and reach above or below shoulder
  • Ability to use hands and feet to accomplish tasks as assigned
  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, climb, bend/stoop, crouch, squat/kneel, twist at the waist and balance
  • Ability to effectively communicate; speaking, reading, understanding, writing and hearing clear English; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Normal vision (with or without correction)
  • Ability to perceive depth and adjust focus; basic hand/eye coordination
  • Ability to see close and distance, basic colors/shades, and peripheral vision
  • Ability to work in extreme weather conditions and environments wherein there is exposure to noise, dust, grease, smoke, fumes, noxious odors, gases, chemicals and mechanical and electrical hazards
  • Ability to work inside an office, outside, or in extreme temperatures
  • Ability to work with machinery vibration, power tools, moving objects, and slippery/uneven walking surfaces
  • Ability to work while wearing chemical resistant coveralls and respiratory protection
  • Ability to work with others and interact with the public; perform under deadline pressure
  • Ability to operate equipment and drive a vehicle

  • Responsible for supervising a team of Designer/Drafters. Ensures drawings and designs adhere to established specifications and standards.
  • Responsible for making certain that all work is performed safely, ensuring that safety is an integral element embodied in equipment design and specification.
  • Develops documents in accordance with company policies and procedures.
  • Performs checking of design documents produced by peers, in accordance with company policies and procedures.
  • Develops and maintains drafting standards and procedures.
  • Establishes and monitors work goals and objectives. Evaluates employees through performance reviews, ongoing coaching and feedback methods.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • Performs a wide range of facility, equipment and machine operations associated with an EnergySolutions site/program/ project/function and or facility process(es). Ensures compliance with EnergySolutions policies and procedures and with local, state and federal regulations. Performs operations work as part of a team of semi-skilled and skilled workers (e.g., laborers; decontamination workers; and facility, equipment and process operators).
  • Operates a variety of equipment: (Level 1) hand and power tools; (Level 2) small, fixed-facility (light) equipment; (Level 3) medium weight equipment; (Level 4) heavy equipment and (Level 5) cranes. Decontaminates equipment, machinery and work areas. Uses equipment to perform construction, demolition, material handling, waste treatment and soil remediation work. These tasks are necessary to maintain a healthy and productive workforce, to ensure smooth company operations and to ensure customer requirements are met.
  • Monitors and operates equipment using normal, abnormal and emergency operating procedures. Operates equipment within the bounds of the Documented Safety Analysis (DSA) as applicable.
  • Operates equipment under the direction of a Test Engineer, the Test Operations manager or a Shift Operations Manager in support of testing, commissioning and operations as applicable, according to location.
  • Works under the direction of the Operations Foreman as applicable, according to location.
  • Complies with all local, state and federal health and safety regulations and site health and safety requirements.
  • Complies with all requirements for wearing personal protective equipment while performing job duties.
  • Participates in procedure development and revision, job hazard analysis and safety walkdowns as applicable.
  • Uses a variety of heavy equipment to perform construction, demolition, material handling and soil remediation work.
  • Operates, services and makes minor adjustments to excavators, locomotives, road pavers, asphalt makers, steam rollers, large motor graders, backhoes, loaders, scrapers, large forklifts (cargo carriers), large haul/dump trucks and truck-mounted sludge/compost mixers.
  • Operates and makes minor repairs to winches, hoists, drums and other auxiliary mechanical equipment.
  • Helps develop procedures for required work. Gathers and analyzes data. Writes and submits a variety of reports.

  • Leads the planning and implementation of a project while facilitating the definition of project scope, goals and deliverables utilizing the ProjectSolutions project management compliance matrix.
  • Manages project staff, ensures preparation and approval of all applicable project documentation and ensures project scope is accomplished within schedule and budget.
  • Liaises with project stakeholders on a routine basis.
  • Identifies and manages scope change and ensures changes to Statement of Work are documented and communicates those changes to customer and management.
  • Updates baseline budget and schedule.
  • Tracks project cost and provides direction to accounting department for the preparation of project invoices.
  • Acts as a primary interface between EnergySolutions and subcontractors by implementing project status meeting with subcontractors and providing monthly schedule, project and financial input to management.
  • Ensures that all activities are performed safely and in accordance with applicable Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Occupational Safety & Health Administration standards, state requirements and all applicable ES procedures, permits and licenses by verbatim compliance to applicable project documentation.
  • Provides leadership and direction to project personnel.
  • Manages personnel of varying disciplines and degrees of experience with emphasis on teamwork.
  • Ensures staff performs all activities safely and are committed to a safe and accident-free working environment.
  • Ensures personnel obtains and maintains appropriate training, qualifications and proficiencies utilizing the Talent Database.
  • Works under general direction.
  • Responsible for all aspects of complex projects and provides a single point of contact for those projects.
  • Ability to fill role of Project Director as needed.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • Performs schedule planning and development, maintenance and monitoring activities. Ensures work is completed as scheduled.
  • Provides project controls support related to the integration, control and management of projects; specifically project planning and scheduling, progress management and risk management.
  • Responsible for the collection, input and reporting of schedule data, the assembly and processing of work authorization documentation, and the assembly of documents related to the change control process.
  • 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.
  • Controls ongoing project planning and scheduling status and forecasts and reports it to asset management so they are informed of progress. Conducts productivity analysis to identify adverse trends and works with asset management to determine necessary mitigations, using EnergySolutions standard risk software and input from project managers.
  • Coordinates vendor/ subcontractor schedules with the master project schedule so there are no scheduling conflicts.
  • Assists and supports management in ensuring proper control, tracking and alignment with the approved project Work Breakdown/Project Coding structure.
  • Responsible for the development and maintenance of the Work Instructions for scheduling.
  • Assists and supports management in the development of the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).
  • Reviews or assists in reviewing proposal requirements related to scheduling and material control and develops supporting data for proposal development and contract negotiations. Reviews and assists in reviewing proposal requirements related to determining total scope.
  • Provides support and guidance in the development of Basis of Estimates as related to the scope as defined in the WBS Dictionaries.
  • Controls and implements any and all scope changes to the Performance Measurement Baseline dictated by any and all Baseline Change Proposals.
  • Interfaces with designated management and project proposal team counterparts for specific planning and schedule tasks presentations.

  • Is responsible for field implementation of the Radiation Safety Program. Ensures compliance with company, local, state and federal radiation safety policies and regulations. Monitors radiological work controls and work activities involving radioactive material. Interprets and verifies field data obtained from radiation surveys using the appropriate instrumentation and/or analyses. Supervises the daily activities of workers responsible for radiation safety.
  • Participates in the Radiation Safety Program by ensuring the safe collection, storage, packaging, transportation and subsequent disposal of radioactive material. These tasks are necessary to maintain a healthy workforce thereby enabling EnergySolutions to reach its performance goals and stay competitive in the marketplace.
  • Sets daily work priorities and assignments for Radiation Safety Technicians as directed by their Manager.
  • Communicates daily safety, quality and procedural issues with their work team.
  • Ensures adherence to company policies, guidelines and safety/operations procedures.
  • Works with their Manager to address performance issues formally and makes disciplinary action recommendations when warranted.
  • Provides input to their Manager on employee performance throughout the year and drafts annual performance evaluations for review and approval by their Manager.
  • Provides routine work assignments as a Radiation Safety Technician.
  • Processes routine incoming radioactive shipments and checks for excessive contamination or dose levels. Performs wipe tests on packages for contamination removal, cleans packages if there is contamination, delivers shipments to approved users, and cross-checks against inventory for approval. Verifies quantity radioactive material license limits. Records new and amended permit information for all radionuclides received. Enters information in the HIS-20 database system.
  • Stays current on local, state, federal and EnergySolutions policies and procedures concerning shipment/ transportation of radioactive materials.

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Loads and packs materials into containers for transportation, functions as a control room operator as required, operates a forklift and other heavy equipment as required and reviews documentation of radioactive materials for completion and accuracy. Operates specialized sorting, segregation, size reduction, treatment, and repackaging operations in strict accordance with procedures. May specialize in one area but will attain knowledge and skills in other areas of operations.
  • Follows all safety rules, regulations and procedures. Maintains a clean and orderly work area.
  • Receives oral and/or written instructions from supervisors. Reads and interprets equipment, operations and procedures manuals, as well as waste processing specifications, to be accountable for activities within assigned areas.
  • Operates machinery as required.
  • Wears personal protective equipment (PPE) up to level A when working in contaminated zones following the company’s health physics regulations.
  • Maintains all logs, manifests, records and reports associated with all operations areas to issue and/or maintain the identity of all materials using bar codes.
  • Receives, unloads, identifies, weighs and processes materials through sorting, shredding, overpacking, sea/land operation, resin, compaction, decontamination, special waste operation, metal melting, incineration, tracking systems operation and demolition support activities.
  • Prepares, seals and inspects containers for containment, reliability and redirect as required ensuring quality and reliability of product integrity.
  • Conducts daily, weekly, and monthly facility inspection rounds to ensure safety systems are within tolerances.
  • Drives tractor-trailers or other rigs to transport radioactive and non-radioactive materials within a local area.
  • Prepares bill of lading for transportation of materials in accordance with Department of Transportation requirements.
  • Reviews, problem solves, performs data entry and quality checks on documentation of radioactive waste materials and outgoing radioactive shipments to ensure data is accurately tracked from receipt, through all operation processes and to final disposition.
  • Generates and reviews radioactive material shipment data to assure compliance with policies, procedures, licenses, contracts and appropriate regulations.
  • Performs control room operations.
  • Demonstrates familiarization with multiple processes such as special waste, material processes, decontamination, incineration, metal melt, compaction, warehouse/yard and tracking systems.
  • Works under supervision.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Ability to read and interpret documents
  • Effective communication skills
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment/hazwoper physical
  • Strong general knowledge of processes and procedures to perform work in zones safely
  • Basic computer skills
  • Proficient in a minimum of two areas
  • Proficient on work bench and/or Accutrack
  • Must be able to read and interpret Pick List instructions

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to lift, carry, push, pull up to 50 pounds; handle, grip, and reach above or below shoulder
  • Ability to work in extreme weather conditions (hot or cold)
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds
  • Ability to work at elevated heights, i.e. portable ladders, fixed ladders, rolling platforms, etc.
  • Ability to use hands and feet to accomplish tasks as assigned
  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, climb, bend/stoop, crouch, kneel, crawl, twist at the waist and balance
  • Ability to effectively communicate; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Ability to see close and distance; basic colors/shades
  • Ability to work inside an office, outside and in extreme temperatures
  • Ability to work with machinery vibration, power tools, moving objects/hazardous machines, and slippery/uneven walking surfaces
  • Ability to work with others and interact with the public
  • Ability to operate equipment and drive a vehicle

  • Oversees maintenance programs, projects and tasks. Supervises, under direction of the maintenance manager, staff who repair and maintain facilities, systems and equipment and care for grounds and support equipment. Ensures optimal functioning of building systems including mechanical, fire/life safety and elevators. Oversees contractors for facilities renovation projects involving heating, ventilation and air conditioning and electrical and production floor arrangement. Sets priorities for projects and work orders.
  • Implements the Maintenance Program at an EnergySolutions site/facility/project using best industry practices. Participates in the development of goals and objectives as well as policies and procedures. Makes recommendations for changes and improvements to existing standards, policies and procedures. Participates in the implementation of approved policies and procedures. Monitors work activities to ensure compliance with established policies and procedures. These tasks are necessary to ensure smooth company operations and compliance with company policies and local, state and federal regulations.
  • Plans, organizes and monitors maintenance operations. Supervises, reviews and assists with maintenance work carried out by maintenance staff (i.e., skilled tradesmen, helpers and laborers). Performs the work of maintenance staff as required.
  • Establishes schedules and methods for providing facility maintenance services. Identifies resource needs. Reviews needs with appropriate management staff. Allocates resources accordingly.
  • Provides technical assistance to the maintenance manager as requested.
  • Develops and organizes preventive maintenance and safety inspection programs for all facilities, systems and equipment.
  • Inspects buildings to identify maintenance issues such as clogged drains, leaky ceilings and faulty electrical switches. Reports on findings and creates work assignments for maintenance staff. Is responsible for maintaining electrical, plumbing, mechanical and related systems. Maintains HVAC systems as required by location.
  • Coordinates construction projects, remodels and other special projects.

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Participates in the operations of the Transload Facility. Operates equipment, performs inspections and routine maintenance.  Ensures compliance with EnergySolutions policies and procedures and with local, state and federal regulations.
  • Participates in all receipt, transfer and shipment of materials, containers and gondola railcars.
  • Operates trackmobile and other heavy equipment.
  • Loads and secures railcar/truck equipment properly.
  • Removes and secures fiberglass gondola lids to the railcars.
  • Operates CAT front end loader to load copper concentrate from storage pad into MHF low sided gondola cars.
  • Performs daily cleanup of the facility after each days loading.
  • Performs facility inspections and routine maintenance.
  • Inspects gondola cars to ensure compliance. Checks for leaks, cracks, holes, drain plug in place, etc.
  • Inspects fiberglass lids for holes, cracks, and that it’s secure on the railcar for shipments (clamps).
  • Performs routine maintenance on gondola cars and fiberglass lids.
  • Performs routine maintenance of on-site equipment.
  • Complies with all local, state and federal health and safety regulations and company health and safety requirements.
  • Serves as backup or assistant to Transload Equipment Manager and Transload Operations Manager.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Ability to operate machinery and perform routine maintenance on machinery
  • Basic mathematic skills
  • Basic computer skills, including Microsoft Office
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge and understanding of facility standard operating procedures
  • Frequently required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms
  • Occasionally required to sit; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to work in extreme weather conditions and environments wherein there is exposure to noise, dust, grease, smoke, fumes, noxious odors, gases, chemicals and mechanical and electrical hazards

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Drives safely in compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. Secures loads to trailers, tarps loads when required, completes logs, reports and other required forms/paperwork. Maintains permit compliance. Complies with security and customer procedures.
  • Drives safely in compliance with DOT to ensure the efficient delivery of loads.
  • Secures loads to trailers with chains, binders and straps to hold load securely while transporting.
  • Tarps load when necessary to ensure nothing is blown away or damaged.
  • Completes logs, reports and other required forms/paperwork in accordance with all laws and regulations.
  • Meets schedule set forth by terminal manager and dispatcher to ensure loads are delivered as quickly and efficiently as possible.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Must not have been convicted of a felony during the past 10 years (Federal Background check)
  • Must have a clean Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) with no preventable crash, no DUI, or DWI. Minor incidents will be reviewed on a case by case basis;  must provide copy of police report for management review.
  • Must have the following Pre-Employment Screening Program (PSP) and Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA): 0 unsafe driving, controlled substances, or driver fitness violations. No more than 2 minor hours of service, hazmat or maintenance violations.
  • Must not have had any major traffic violation in the past 5 years
  • Must be able to obtain satisfactory replies from previous employers’ background checks
  • Must be able to obtain satisfactory results from third-party background investigation
  • Must not have had a previous positive drug or alcohol random test
  • Ability to pass DOT pre-employment 5-panel drug screen and DOT pre-employment physical
  • Effective communication skills
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Fluent in reading and writing and able to comprehend written and verbal instructions
  • Ability to take direction
  • Ability to understand regulations and laws associated with transportation
  • Capable of lifting 50 pounds
  • Ability to work occasionally at elevated heights off ladders/platforms
  • Ability to pass all regulatory required and Hittman required training
  • Ability to tarp and secure cargo
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • DOE Q or L security clearance preferred

  • Is responsible for understanding and analyzing workplace activities and potential hazards to support initiatives to identify, control and eliminate hazardous conditions that affect workers, property, the environment and the general public. Implements training of employees and managers relative to health and safety policies, procedures and regulations. Ensures compliance with all applicable local, state and federal health and safety regulations and ensures that necessary records are prepared and maintained according to established guidelines. Promotes compliance with required experience modification rate (EMR), total recordable case (TRC) and days away restricted or transferred (DART) established goals.
  • Analyzes workplaces and designs programs to identify, control, eliminate and prevent disease or injury caused by chemical, physical and biological agents or ergonomic factors that involve the impact of equipment design on a worker’s comfort or fatigue. These tasks are necessary to maintain a healthy and productive workforce thereby enabling EnergySolutions to reach its performance goals and stay competitive in the marketplace.
  • Performs surveys and assessments to determine compliance with health and safety regulations and requirements.
  • Interprets local, state and federal regulations and determines the appropriate method of compliance.
  • Is a subject matter expert in one or more health and safety areas (e.g., air quality management, asbestos management, industrial safety, hazardous materials management, hazardous waste management, ergonomics and/or injury and illness prevention).
  • Develops methods for predicting hazards from historical data, workplace analyses and other sources. Identifies potential hazards associated with existing and planned systems, equipment, products, facilities and processes.
  • Reviews causes and effects of hazards and then evaluates the probability and severity of accidents or exposures to hazardous materials that may result.
  • Coordinates and presents training sessions for employees/managers on health and safety regulations, requirements and practices.
  • Assist in the development of training materials and/or assist other site employees in the development of training materials including computer based training.
  • Maintenance of applicable training records.

  • Inspects, maintains and repairs EnergySolutions vehicles and mobile heavy equipment. Performs welding, lubrication, fueling, required preventive maintenance and field repair duties on all mobile equipment as assigned. Identifies all mechanical components in need of repair to prevent mechanical breakdowns. Recommends improvements as appropriate.
  • Operates and inspects vehicles and other mobile equipment to identify equipment defects, malfunctions and failures. Repairs and replaces damaged and worn parts. Maintains compliance with all company policies and procedures to ensure a safe and compliant work environment. These tasks are necessary to ensure smooth company operations.
  • Reports defects and damages to supervision.
  • Tests and makes adjustments to mechanical components and equipment after repairs or assembly to ensure proper performance and compliance with manufacturer specifications and company safety standards.
  • Uses a number of sophisticated tools including electrical, hydraulic and engine testing and diagnostic equipment; welding torches; jacks; hoists and hand tools (e.g., wrenches). Uses computer systems to help diagnose the cause of some problems with heavy equipment.
  • Fuels and lubricates equipment and performs preventive maintenance in accordance with manufacturer specifications.
  • Documents repairs and refurbishments.
  • Communicates with the supervisor/foreman regarding parts and repair orders.
  • Performs scheduled preventive maintenance tasks as assigned.
  • Maintains lockout/tagout logs.
  • There is no supervision of other workers at this level.
  • Responsible for the quality of his/her own work and satisfying customer (internal and external) specifications.
  • Must be able to work independently and resolve practical problems.
  • Must complete process/facility training as assigned.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • Is responsible for implementing the Chemistry/Water Management Program for Radiation Protection/Chemistry Department at a site/facility or within various radiation safety disciplines, including managing staff. Ensures facilities and projects comply with applicable laws, rules, policies and procedures regulating radiation safety. Compiles compliance reports and oversees regulatory recordkeeping and submission of reports to regulatory agencies.
  • Provides oversight, direction and training to organization staff to ensure all radiation and chemistry activities related to a site, program, project, function and/or facility process(es) are conducted in compliance with established rules, regulations, policies and procedures and to ensure high quality products and services for EnergySolutions customers.
  • Supervises various chemistry and radiation safety disciplines such as radiological engineering, dosimetry, instrumentation, waste management and health physics.
  • Manages the development and implementation of training programs for staff on technical compliance procedures.
  • Ensures compliance with all local, state and federal laws and regulations pertaining to facility operations.
  • Develops and implements radiation/chemistry procedures for the site.
  • Provides training for radiation/chemistry department staff to ensure compliance with site procedures.
  • Manages the implementation of radiation safety procedures in response to new regulations at the federal, state and local levels.
  • Compiles compliance reports and oversees regulatory recordkeeping and submission of reports to regulatory agencies.
  • Follows organizational policies and procedures and ensures staff is in compliance.
  • Performs lab analysis and reporting.

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the shipping of hazardous and radioactive materials and wastes for customers, including low level (LLRW), mixed (MW), recyclable and non-regulated waste. Determines appropriate US Department of Transport (DOT) packaging requirements, hazard classification and proper shipping names associated with shipping papers, markings, labeling and placards. Ensures safe and compliant shipments every time.
  • Completes hazardous waste/material manifests and associated shipping records.
  • Coordinates transportation logistics with multiple customers and consignees.
  • Provides radioactive/mixed waste broker services to both external and internal customers.
  • Provides specialized generator service interface between customers and consignees.
  • Interfaces with treatment/storage and disposal (TSD) facilities, generators and/or other customers and regulators to resolve specific waste management related concerns.
  • Prepares shipping papers and waste manifests IAW state and federal regulations.
  • Initiates and maintains waste profiles for processing/disposal facilities.
  • Interprets and implements federal and state regulations and DOE orders as they pertain to the shipping of hazardous materials and wastes.
  • Verifies and performs all necessary safety checks, compliance checks and final inspections of all packages prior to transport to ensure compliance with DOT, DOE, federal, state and local regulations.
  • Prepares strategic waste management plans and waste shipment disposal documentation.
  • Interprets waste management and transportation rules, regulations and policies to assist generators in the proper compliant management of facility and project waste.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Strong written and verbal skills
  • Intermediate computer skills including Microsoft Office and report preparation
  • Willingness and desire to travel on a consistent basis
  • Training, knowledge and experience in health physics and radiation protection required to perform duties when shipping radioactive materials

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to sit, crawl, and balance
  • Ability to see basic colors/shades
  • Ability to work inside an office
  • Ability to work with machinery vibration, moving objects/hazardous machines, power tools, and operate equipment
  • Ability to interact with the public, travel overnight, and drive a vehicle
  • Ability to wear chemical resistant coveralls
  • Must be able to lift heavy objects, climb ladders and use hand tools
  • Strong math skills

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Loads and packs materials into containers for transportation, functions as a control room operator as required, operates a forklift and other heavy equipment as required and reviews documentation of radioactive materials for completion and accuracy. Operates specialized sorting, segregation, size reduction, treatment, and repackaging operations in strict accordance with procedures. May specialize in one area but will attain knowledge and skills in other areas of operations.
  • Follows all safety rules, regulations and procedures. Maintains a clean and orderly work area.
  • Receives oral and/or written instructions from supervisors. Reads and interprets equipment, operations and procedures manuals, as well as waste processing specifications, to be accountable for activities within assigned areas.
  • Operates machinery as required.
  • Wears personal protective equipment (PPE) up to level A when working in contaminated zones following the company’s health physics regulations.
  • Maintains all logs, manifests, records and reports associated with all operations areas to issue and/or maintain the identity of all materials using bar codes.
  • Receives, unloads, identifies, weighs and processes materials through sorting, shredding, overpacking, sea/land operation, resin, compaction, decontamination, special waste operation, metal melting, incineration, tracking systems operation and demolition support activities.
  • Prepares, seals and inspects containers for containment, reliability and redirect as required ensuring quality and reliability of product integrity.
  • Conducts daily, weekly, and monthly facility inspection rounds to ensure safety systems are within tolerances.
  • Drives tractor-trailers or other rigs to transport radioactive and non-radioactive materials within a local area.
  • Prepares bill of lading for transportation of materials in accordance with Department of Transportation requirements.
  • Reviews, problem solves, performs data entry and quality checks on documentation of radioactive waste materials and outgoing radioactive shipments to ensure data is accurately tracked from receipt, through all operation processes and to final disposition.
  • Generates and reviews radioactive material shipment data to assure compliance with policies, procedures, licenses, contracts and appropriate regulations.
  • Performs control room operations.
  • Demonstrates familiarization with multiple processes such as special waste, material processes, decontamination, incineration, metal melt, compaction, warehouse/yard and tracking systems.
  • Works under supervision.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Ability to read and interpret documents
  • Effective communication skills
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment/hazwoper physical
  • Strong general knowledge of processes and procedures to perform work in zones safely
  • Basic computer skills
  • Proficient in a minimum of two areas
  • Proficient on work bench and/or Accutrack
  • Must be able to read and interpret Pick List instructions

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to lift, carry, push, pull up to 50 pounds; handle, grip, and reach above or below shoulder
  • Ability to work in extreme weather conditions (hot or cold)
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds
  • Ability to work at elevated heights, i.e. portable ladders, fixed ladders, rolling platforms, etc.
  • Ability to use hands and feet to accomplish tasks as assigned
  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, climb, bend/stoop, crouch, kneel, crawl, twist at the waist and balance
  • Ability to effectively communicate; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Ability to see close and distance; basic colors/shades
  • Ability to work inside an office, outside and in extreme temperatures
  • Ability to work with machinery vibration, power tools, moving objects/hazardous machines, and slippery/uneven walking surfaces
  • Ability to work with others and interact with the public
  • Ability to operate equipment and drive a vehicle

Processes routine incoming radioactive shipments and checks for excessive contamination or dose levels.

Collects, analyzes and interprets the results of various samples required to ensure compliance with local, state and federal radiation safety regulations and orders and environmental technical standards, guidelines and policies.

Conducts area surveys to identify elevated levels of exposure or contamination. Responds to any incident or emergency regarding radionuclides. Maintains proper incident response equipment and supplies.

Issues radiation work permits and briefs personnel on radiological conditions and work requirements.

Monitors and controls personnel and material access to, and egress from, radiologically controlled areas.

Operates, issues and radiological counting and detection equipment and air sampling equipment.

Ensures proper operation and maintenance of radiological controls equipment.

Participates in emergency preparation drills and emergency responses.

Maintains field radiation protection records such as survey logs and radiation work permit entry and exit records.

May lead and direct the work of Radiation Safety Technician 1 and 2 staff.

Responsible for the safety performance of other radiation safety technicians.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Summary

Manages contracts to ensure fulfillment of contractual obligations. Defines requirements, participates in generating proposals, monitors contract performance, negotiates terms and conditions and ensures compliance with contract requirements.

Job Duties/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Responsible for contract management functions for prime contract and sub-tier government and commercial contracts in accordance with applicable commercial, government and international contract rules and regulations.
  • Engages in statements of work and specification reviews for proposals and contracts/orders to identify risks.
  • Advises Operations and Business Development teams of contractual risks and obligations and offers solutions to mitigate contractual/program risks.
  • Analyzes, reviews, understands, and negotiates contractual terms using FAR, DFAR, and DEAR government regulations.
  • Manages contracts to compliance, following procedures, licensing, and applicable regulations/rules.
  • Provides corporate contract management across the company’s contracts portfolio.
  • Manages contract through its lifecycle, including changes and contract closeout activities.
  • Controls formal correspondence with internal and external customers. Monitors and ensures compliance with contract terms, special provisions, warranties, deliverables and funding requirements.
  • Intervene and resolve problems, delays, and evaluates concerns with internal and external customers.
  • Main point of contact with the customer for all contractual matters and is a liaison with customers and internal departments for all matters affecting contracts.
  • Negotiates to obtain an acceptable business agreement that achieves the company objectives.
  • Oversees all review and approval activities of negotiated contracts/orders with appropriate internal personnel and LOA authorities.
  • Subject Matter Expert supporting proposal development and contracts/orders for terms and conditions.
  • Provides all required information that supports the company’s negotiation position. Prepares documentation to confirm negotiation settlement.
  • Ensures proper contractual flowdown clauses from prime contracts are identified and supplied to the company’s procurement organization.
  • Participates in the daily operations of the project, as applicable, to meet schedules, resolve complex issues and respond to inquiries regarding contractual obligations.
  • Engages and communicates with Legal, Financial and Business Development for resolution of contract issues and disputes.
  • Mentors and trains less experienced professionals; may have direct reports. Mentors lower level Contracts Administrators on government contracting and the FAR/DFAR/DEAR clauses not used in commercial contracts.
  • Strong team member and resource for business development and operations.
  • Ensures records are created and properly retained and maintains current contracts, files and records.
  • Provides contract compliance guidance and leadership to division leads and senior management.
  • Supports in realigning and creating processes and standards for the group.
  • Recommends process improvements.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Required and Desired Skills

  • Is recognized as an expert in own area within the organization
  • Develops negotiation strategy and is able to execute the strategy with customer
  • Experience working with Project Manager roles and understanding project activities as they pertain to contracts.
  • Administers contracts of large scope and greater complexity than lower level roles
  • Interprets internal or external business issues and recommends solutions/best practices
  • Solves complex problems; takes a broad perspective to identify solutions
  • Demonstrated ability to continually improve in contract administration
  • Advanced understanding of contracting corporate policies and procedures and ability to accurately interpret contract language
  • Expert knowledge of contracting concepts, FARs, and other federal acquisition regulations and applicable public contract acquisition laws and regulations
  • Strong analytical and communication skills with customers and senior level management
  • Intermediate proficiency using Microsoft Office products, particularly Word and Excel
  • Strong external and internal negotiation skills
  • Effective presentation, leadership and team-building skills. Emerging ability to excel in management environment
  • Able to articulate a contract position with all levels of management

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to sit
  • Ability to effectively communicate; speaking, reading, understanding, writing and hearing clear English; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Basic math and computer skills
  • Ability to work inside an office
  • Ability to perform highly repetitive motions with fingers, hands, wrists, and shoulders
  • Ability to work alone, work with others, and interact with the public
  • Ability to perform under deadline pressure
  • Ability to understand and follow basic instructions and guidelines

  • Loads and packs materials into containers for transportation, functions as a control room operator as required, operates a forklift and other heavy equipment as required and reviews documentation of radioactive materials for completion and accuracy. Operates specialized sorting, segregation, size reduction, treatment, and repackaging operations in strict accordance with procedures. May specialize in one area but will attain knowledge and skills in other areas of operations.
  • Follows all safety rules, regulations and procedures. Maintains a clean and orderly work area.
  • Receives oral and/or written instructions from supervisors. Reads and interprets equipment, operations and procedures manuals, as well as waste processing specifications, to be accountable for activities within assigned areas.
  • Operates machinery as required.
  • Wears personal protective equipment (PPE) up to level A when working in contaminated zones following the company’s health physics regulations.
  • Maintains all logs, manifests, records and reports associated with all operations areas to issue and/or maintain the identity of all materials using bar codes.
  • Receives, unloads, identifies, weighs and processes materials through sorting, shredding, overpacking, sea/land operation, resin, compaction, decontamination, special waste operation, metal melting, incineration, tracking systems operation and demolition support activities.
  • Prepares, seals and inspects containers for containment, reliability and redirect as required ensuring quality and reliability of product integrity.

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Is responsible for inspecting products manufactured or processed by EnergySolutions to ensure compliance with industry and regulatory standards. Oversees vendor performance to ensure acceptance of products and services. Performs inspections to ensure established standards—especially those related to design control, procurement, inspection and testing—are maintained and EnergySolutions customers receive high-quality products and services.
  • Provides quality control (QC) oversight and support to ensure compliance with governing requirements and to help ensure high-quality products and services for EnergySolutions customers.
  • Develops and maintains QC plans, procedures and checklists used during the inspection of fabrication activities.
  • Performs and documents inspections (e.g., dimensional inspections, in-process inspections, receipt inspections and release inspections) of fabricated and/or purchased components.
  • Performs and documents nondestructive examinations (NDE) on fabricated and/or purchased components.
  • Reviews inspection results and completes reports on inspection activities in accordance with applicable procedures.
  • Performs reviews of vendor-supplied documentation (e.g., welding procedure specifications, performance qualification records, NDE procedures, NDE reports, NDE personnel qualifications/certifications and inspection and test plans and procedures) for compliance with design, procurement and procedural documents.
  • Performs independent project surveillances as assigned.
  • Provides direction and guidance to vendors on QC matters.
  • Supports the resolution of nonconforming conditions.
  • Provides direction and guidance to QC Inspector 1 and QC Inspector 2 workers and provide training and examinations for Level 1 and 2 personnel, including certification in approved methods.
  • Responsible for assuring qualified inspection, test, and Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) personnel are assigned to inspections. Coordinates with operations to facilitate inspections.
  • Responsible for oversight of adequate implementation on shop floor (e.g., during inspections verifies Worker Protection Standard (WPS), drawing revisions, etc.).
  • Assures receipt inspections are performed. Coordinates with suppliers to resolve QUALITY receipt inspections. Coordinates with operations to facilitate inspections and priority.
  • Assures items are identified, marked traceable, etc., during inspections. Includes traceability to traveler.
  • Ensures QC Team verifies adequate WPS, Welder identification, and filler material during performance of inspections (part of the acceptance criteria for any weld process).
  • Assures inspection, test, and operating status is adequate during performance of inspections.
  • Implements and verifies adequate implementation of disposition, as specified in the Non-Conformance Report (NCR). Applies and removes tags, as appropriate.
  • Assures QC documentation is adequate prior to submittal to the Document Specialist and/or QC Manager.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Intermediate proficiency with Microsoft Office products
  • Proven ability to read and interpret engineering design drawings, including standard weld symbols
  • Demonstrated ability to properly use various measuring and test equipment to perform inspection, examination and testing activities (e.g., micrometers, calipers, thickness gauges and torque wrenches)
  • Demonstrated ability to set up and calibrate equipment and to interpret evaluation results with respect to applicable codes, standards and specifications
  • Detailed knowledge of developing inspection plans and source verification plans
  • Detailed knowledge of performing vendor evaluations
  • Demonstrated ability to develop, qualify and approve inspection procedures, including establishing and approving nondestructive examination (NDE) techniques
  • Demonstrated ability to interpret American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and AWS codes, standards, specifications and procedures and to designate the specific nondestructive test (NDT) methods, techniques and procedures to be used
  • Ability to operate basic computer programs (for example Word, Excel)
  • Capable of reading Jaeger number 2 or equivalent type and size letters at a distance of not less than 12 inches on a standard Jaeger test chart (with or without correction).
  • Ability to distinguish and differentiate contrast between colors used in the inspection/test method (e.g., Ishihara’s tests for color blindness, or equivalent).

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to handle, grip and reach above or below shoulder
  • Ability to use hands to accomplish tasks as assigned
  • Ability to climb ladders
  • Ability to carry and manipulate up to 20 pounds
  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, climb, bend/stoop and balance
  • Ability to effectively communicate; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Ability to see close and distance; basic colors/shades
  • Ability to work inside an office, outside and in extreme temperatures
  • Ability to work with moving objects/hazardous machines and slippery/uneven walking surfaces
  • Ability to work alone, work with others, and interact with the public
  • Ability to drive a vehicle, travel overnight and perform under deadline pressure

• Ensures the security and safety of people and property in assigned areas by patrolling areas (on foot or in a vehicle) and enforcing rules and regulations. Patrols buildings and grounds, checking for fires, safety/fire hazards, vandalism, theft and suspicious activity or persons. Investigates and/or reports hazards and unusual or suspicious circumstances for correction or follow-up actions. Safeguards and protects people and assets against any kind of attacks, violence and intrusion.
• Performs routine patrols of grounds, buildings, vehicles and water lines to prevent and detect signs of intrusion and ensure the security/operation of alarm systems, lights, gates, doors and windows. These tasks are necessary to maintain a safe and secure workforce thereby enabling EnergySolutions to reach its performance goals and stay competitive in the marketplace.
• Conducts random vehicle and personnel searches to identify the possession of any prohibited items and to confirm proper authorization for personnel departing with items (objects, tools and containers).

  • Responsible for the income tax compliance and provision processes within the company. Provides assistance with indirect, international, and various other tax projects as needed.
  • Prepares corporate Federal and state income tax returns and supporting work papers, extensions, estimates, and other income tax filings in a timely manner.
  • Prepares quarterly and year-end income tax provisions, supporting detail, and related tax account reconciliations.
  • Maintains compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) controls throughout the income tax compliance and provision processes.
  • Researches current tax laws to identify and propose solutions in various tax areas.
  • Assists with special tax projects as they relate to all tax types including indirect and international.
  • Suggests and implements compliance process improvements.
  • Prepares responses to various income tax notices and correspondence with tax authorities.
  • Provides support regarding federal and state income tax audits.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

JOB DESCRIPTION/TASKS/RESPONSIBILITIES
• Serve as the lead Health Physicist for projects as required providing support for field operations
• Provides Health Physics support to waste operations. Provides overall Radiation Protection oversight for waste processing projects and facility activities. Performs waste characterization calculations and prepares and reviews reports. Supports international waste shipments, as required.
• Provides Health Physics support to the Radiation Safety Program and its implementation. Assists the RSO in the areas of CNSC and regulatory compliance, including the writing of Radiation Work Permits (RWP), Radiation Risk Assessments (RRA) and procedures. Develops and delivers Radiation Protection training to staff.
• Manages a group of frontline staff in their operational activities. Supervises, coaches, mentors, guides, disciplines and develops frontline staff to achieve company objectives. Completes performance appraisals for direct reports and discusses final review with manager before finalizing. Communicates and supports company policies and ensures compliance.
• Provides project management and support services to customers and Health Physics support for field operations.
• Manages and supports Decontamination & Decommissioning projects, as required.
• Assists in the preparation of proposals and quotations in response to Requests for Proposal (RFPs).
• Provides support to on-call Health Physics emergency response, as required.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

  • Collect and analyze cost data from various sources.
  • Monitor and track costs associated with projects and operations.
  • Identify cost-saving opportunities and recommend strategies to reduce expenses.
  • Identify trends, patterns, and anomalies in the data.
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to understand cost drivers and develop cost models.
  • Assist in budgeting and forecasting processes.
  • Conduct variance analysis to identify discrepancies between actual and budgeted costs.
  • Stay updated on industry trends and best practices in cost analysis.
  • Create reports and visualizations stakeholders.
  • Develop and maintain data models and databases.

  • Administers the Company’s compensation and benefit programs, policies, and procedures. Assists in ensuring programs meet employee needs, comply with legal requirements and are cost effective.
  • Works closely with the Compensation Director and HR Managers to support management in the evaluation of jobs including market pricing for new roles and providing salary adjustment recommendations.
  • Assists with the annual compensation review process for merit reviews, pay increases, market trends, structure adjustments, and short-term incentive awards. Ensures HR system is accurately updated to reflect annual changes.
  • Participates in salary surveys to ensure company data is represented in vendor market data. Responsible for ensuring purchased survey data is correctly loaded into market pricing system for use in the benchmarking process.
  • Maintains compensation databases including but not limited to creating new job descriptions and maintaining the job description library, creating and updating company job titles, grades and ranges in the HR system, and maintaining accurate links to the Company’s third-party benchmarking database. Ensures proper documentation is maintained to support changes.
  • Assists in preparing materials such as presentations and training documents for various compensation related initiatives.
  • Develops and maintains customer-oriented and responsive relationships with internal compensation clients such as business leaders, managers and HR, and provides assistance as needed to other areas within the HR organization.
  • Supports ongoing benefit process such as reviewing and processing billing, processing court order requests, completing Medicare forms, and ensuring proper documentation and compliance with applicable laws and regulations in assigned areas of responsibility.

Processes routine incoming radioactive shipments and checks for excessive contamination or dose levels.

Collects, analyzes and interprets the results of various samples required to ensure compliance with local, state and federal radiation safety regulations and orders and environmental technical standards, guidelines and policies.

Conducts area surveys to identify elevated levels of exposure or contamination. Responds to any incident or emergency regarding radionuclides. Maintains proper incident response equipment and supplies.

Issues radiation work permits and briefs personnel on radiological conditions and work requirements.

Monitors and controls personnel and material access to, and egress from, radiologically controlled areas.

Operates, issues and radiological counting and detection equipment and air sampling equipment.

Ensures proper operation and maintenance of radiological controls equipment.

Participates in emergency preparation drills and emergency responses.

Maintains field radiation protection records such as survey logs and radiation work permit entry and exit records.

May lead and direct the work of Radiation Safety Technician 1 and 2 staff.

Responsible for the safety performance of other radiation safety technicians.

Performs other duties as assigned.

  • Responsible for supporting operation and maintenance of automated production equipment in a production oriented facility. The Maintenance function includes service, troubleshooting, repair, and installation of all production and facility support equipment.
  • Demonstrates and applies knowledge of mechanical maintenance functions. This includes understanding the materials required for maintaining each equipment area, their general functions for logical scheduling purposes, standard repair procedures, and the significance of accurate and timely processing of work orders within these areas.
  • Troubleshoots with a focus on development of a repair procedure, must be able to identify the needed parts and tools to perform all needed tasks. Must have the ability to communicate these needs in order to facilitate the procurement of the parts.
  • Works with others when problem-solving and repairing or working within their area.
  • Develops knowledge of the maintenance work order system to provide the required information for submittal and closure of work orders.
  • Demonstrates a desire to continuously improve and learn new skills that add value to the business process.
  • Demonstrates the ability to operate, inspect, diagnose and repair vehicles and other mobile equipment.
  • Reports defects and damages to supervision.
  • Tests and makes adjustments to mechanical components and equipment after repairs or assembly to ensure proper performance and compliance with manufacturer specifications and company safety standards.
  • Uses a number of sophisticated tools including electrical, hydraulic and engine testing and diagnostic equipment; welding torches; jacks; hoists and hand tools (e.g., wrenches). Uses computer systems to help diagnose the cause of some problems with heavy equipment.

  • Designs, develops and delivers training and qualification materials using the Systematic Approach to Training (SAT), ensuring training materials adhere to all applicable rules, regulations and licenses.
  • Creates training material in multiple delivery methods (e.g., classroom, Web-based and computer-based).
  • Assists in the identification of evaluation methods and tools for measuring results.
  • Reviews documentation such as procedures/regulatory changes, lessons learned, corrective actions, operating experience and training feedback to determine impacts to training program materials.
  • Works with applicable Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) during the development of training materials to ensure technical accuracy.
  • Maintains knowledge, skills and abilities that ensure competence commensurate with assigned responsibilities.
  • Use various feedback methods to evaluate the effectiveness of training (e.g., feedback questionnaires, field observations).
  • Performs periodic review of training program material to ensure technical accuracy.
  • Modifies training materials to meet the needs of a particular audience/individual and provides “expert” advice to employees on a particular topic.
  • Demonstrated SME on applicable training topics.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • Is responsible for field implementation of the Radiation Safety Program. Ensures compliance with company, local, state and federal radiation safety policies and regulations. Monitors radiological work controls and work activities involving radioactive material. Interprets and verifies field data obtained from radiation surveys using the appropriate instrumentation and/or analyses.
  • Participates in the Radiation Safety Program by ensuring the safe collection, storage, packaging, transportation and subsequent disposal of radioactive material. These tasks are necessary to maintain a healthy workforce thereby enabling EnergySolutions to reach its performance goals and stay competitive in the marketplace.
  • Processes routine incoming radioactive shipments and checks for excessive contamination or dose levels. Performs wipe tests on packages for contamination removal, cleans packages if there is contamination, delivers shipments to approved users, and cross-checks against inventory for approval. Verifies quantity radioactive material license limits. Records new and amended permit information for all radionuclides received. Enters information in the HIS-20 database system.
  • Stays current on local, state, federal and EnergySolutions policies and procedures concerning shipment/ transportation of radioactive materials.
  • Collects, analyzes and interprets the results of various samples required to ensure compliance with local, state and federal radiation safety regulations and orders and environmental technical standards, guidelines and policies. Creates reports on the results of sample analyses for management and determines necessary corrective actions and compliance. Develops processes to minimize future contamination.

  • Responsible for supporting development and submittal of the License Termination Plan (LTP), including development and assessment of site characterization and other radiological information required for completing dose modeling (e.g. Residual Radiation (RESRAD)) and Derived Concentration Guideline Level (DCGL) values. Supports Site Characterization and Final Status Survey (FSS) planning and implementation in accordance with the Multi-Agency Radiation Surveys and Site Investigation Manual (MARSSIM).  Manages Radiological Engineers and other staff to ensure timely completion of dose modeling and LTP chapters.  Interfaces and supports technical and regulatory requirements with organizations such as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), State agencies, and Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) to facilitate acceptance of the LTP and FSS results.
  • Supports program, plan, and procedure development and execution for survey and radiological engineering activities required for development and submittal of the LTP.
  • Provides guidance for appropriate land, building, structural and component surveys, sampling, and analysis for critical data required for dose modeling and DCGL development.
  • Outlines and prepares key chapters of the LTP; e.g. Chapter 2 (Site Characterization), Chapter 5 (Final Status Survey Plan), and Chapter 6 (Compliance with the Radiological Criteria for License Termination) and coordinate/track efforts for other LTP chapters, as required.
  • Manages the schedule, editing, quality and timely submittal of the LTP and address all NRC Request for Additional Information (RAI).

  • Performs a wide range of facility, equipment and machine operations associated with an EnergySolutions site/program/ project/function and or facility process(es). Ensures compliance with EnergySolutions policies and procedures and with local, state and federal regulations. Performs operations work as part of a team of semi-skilled and skilled workers (e.g., laborers; decontamination workers; and facility, equipment and process operators).
  • Operates a variety of equipment: (Level 1) hand and power tools; (Level 2) small, fixed-facility (light) equipment; (Level 3) medium weight equipment; (Level 4) heavy equipment and (Level 5) cranes. Decontaminates equipment, machinery and work areas. Uses equipment to perform construction, demolition, material handling, waste treatment and soil remediation work. These tasks are necessary to maintain a healthy and productive workforce, to ensure smooth company operations and to ensure customer requirements are met.
  • Monitors and operates equipment using normal, abnormal and emergency operating procedures. Operates equipment within the bounds of the Documented Safety Analysis (DSA) as applicable.

  • Performs a wide range of facility, equipment and machine operations associated with an EnergySolutions site/program/ project/function and or facility process(es). Ensures compliance with EnergySolutions policies and procedures and with local, state and federal regulations. Performs operations work as part of a team of semi-skilled and skilled workers (e.g., laborers; decontamination workers; and facility, equipment and process operators).
  • Operates a variety of equipment: (Level 1) hand and power tools; (Level 2) small, fixed-facility (light) equipment; (Level 3) medium weight equipment; (Level 4) heavy equipment and (Level 5) cranes. Decontaminates equipment, machinery and work areas. Uses equipment to perform construction, demolition, material handling, waste treatment and soil remediation work. These tasks are necessary to maintain a healthy and productive workforce, to ensure smooth company operations and to ensure customer requirements are met.
  • Monitors and operates equipment using normal, abnormal and emergency operating procedures. Operates equipment within the bounds of the Documented Safety Analysis (DSA) as applicable.
  • Operates equipment under the direction of a Test Engineer, the Test Operations manager or a Shift Operations Manager in support of testing, commissioning and operations as applicable, according to location.

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Performs general accounting activities, including the preparation, maintenance and reconciliation of ledger accounts and financial statements, such as balance sheets, profit-and-loss statements and capital expenditure schedules. Prepares, records, analyzes and reports accounting transactions and ensures the integrity of accounting records for completeness, accuracy and compliance with accepted accounting policies and principles.  Provides financial support including forecasting, budgeting, and analyzing variations from budget.
  • Performs general ledger accounting functions.
  • Performs reconciliations and analysis for assigned balance sheet accounts.
  • Participates in month-end, quarter-end and year-end closings.
  • There is no supervision of other works at this level.
  • Responsible for moderately complex accounting activities.
  • Responsible for supporting the various audits as they relate to assigned general ledger accounts.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Critical thinking skills
  • Working knowledge of general ledger functions and US GAAP
  • Proficient using Microsoft Office, particularly Excel
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Working understanding of technical accounting issues
  • Working knowledge of accounting systems

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to sit
  • Ability to effectively communicate; speaking, reading, understanding, writing and hearing clear English; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Basic math and computer skills
  • Ability to work inside an office
  • Ability to perform highly repetitive motions with fingers, hands, wrists, and shoulders
  • Ability to work alone, work with others, and interact with the public
  • Ability to perform under deadline pressure
  • Ability to understand and follow basic instructions and guidelines

• Secures loads to trailers with chains, binders and straps to hold load securely while in transport. Maintains permit compliance.
• Tarps loads when necessary to ensure nothing is blown away or damaged to protect the load, the transportation vehicle and the surroundings.
• Completes logs, reports and other required forms and paperwork in accordance with laws and regulations.
• Meets schedules established by dispatcher to ensure loads are delivered safely and as quickly and efficiently as possible.
• Maintains the inside and outside cleanliness of assigned vehicles including power units and trailers.
• Other duties as assigned.

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the planning, design oversight, execution and closeout of assigned project within established budget and schedule. Responsible for acquiring resources and coordinating the efforts of team members, including contractors and consultants, to deliver project according to plan. Provides leadership, direction and resources to the project supervisor and project staff. Applies intensive and diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices in broad areas of assigned projects.
  • Leads the planning and implementation of a project while facilitating the definition of project scope, goals and deliverables utilizing the ProjectSolutions project management compliance matrix.
  • Provides leadership and direction to project personnel.
  • Manages project staff, ensures preparation and approval of all applicable project documentation and ensures project scope is accomplished within schedule and budget.
  • Liaises with project stakeholders on a routine basis.
  • Identifies and manages scope change and ensures changes to Statement of Work are documented and communicates those changes to customer and management.
  • Updates baseline budget and schedule.
  • Tracks project cost and provides direction to accounting department for the preparation of project invoices.
  • Acts as a primary interface between EnergySolutions and client by implementing project status meeting with client and providing monthly schedule, project and financial input to management.
  • Initiates and develops equipment and system designs. Takes equipment and systems from concept through to commissioning and testing.
  • Applies knowledge of engineering principles to design products such as chemical engineering systems including reaction vessels, filtration systems, ion-exchange skids, piping and vessel systems.
  • May run experiments and tests to aid in the development of processing systems.
  • May use computer-assisted engineering and design software and equipment to perform assignments.
  • Performs a variety of engineering calculations using traditional engineering methods to document compliance with project and code requirements, which may include mass and energy balances, pressure profiles, pipe, pump and vessel sizing.
  • Generates and is fully conversant with Process Flow Diagrams, Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs) and Process Data Sheets.
  • Assists in the preparation and approval of design documents and plant modifications, including supervision of designers in document development in accordance with approved procedures, processes and design requirements.
  • Provides technical expertise and guidance to develop, manage and implement engineering analysis, activities and programs to identify and resolve equipment and system problems.
  • Familiar with national codes and standards appropriate to the Mechanical and Chemical Engineering disciplines.
  • Ensures relevant design criteria, specifications, practices, procedures and codes and site design and safety and licensing basis are used in preparation of design media.
  • Performs checking to ensure accuracy of design media in accordance with company policies and procedures and client expectations.
  • Performs independent research, reviews, studies and analyses in support of plant changes and design modifications.
  • Supports installation and testing of site systems and components.
  • Participates in the preparation of cost estimates for engineering services to internal and external clients and coordinates work assignments to meet project-established schedules and budgets.
  • Ensures that all activities are performed safely and in accordance with applicable Department of Transportation, Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Occupational Safety & Health Administration standards, state requirements and all applicable client procedures, permits and licenses by verbatim compliance to applicable project documentation.
  • Manages personnel of varying disciplines and degrees of experience with emphasis on teamwork.
  • Ensures staff performs all activities safely and are committed to a safe and accident-free working environment.
  • Ensures personnel obtains and maintains appropriate training, qualifications and proficiencies utilizing the Talent Database.
  • Works under general supervision.
  • Responsible for all aspects of various projects of a moderately complex nature.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Effective negotiation skills
  • Strong communication skills; able to present design media to clients and customers
  • Advanced knowledge of Process Equipment design software and Microsoft Office
  • Detailed knowledge in functional discipline and its practical application
  • Detailed knowledge of industry codes and regulations
  • Detailed knowledge in the management of complex engineering projects

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to carry up to 10 pounds; handle, and reach below shoulder
  • Ability to use hands to accomplish tasks as assigned
  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, climb, bend/stoop, crouch, and kneel
  • Ability to effectively communicate; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Ability to see close and distance; basic colors/shades
  • Ability to work inside an office, outside and in extreme temperatures
  • Ability to work with moving objects/hazardous machines and on slippery/uneven walking surfaces
  • Ability to wear respiratory protection
  • Ability to work alone and work with others
  • Ability to drive a vehicle and travel overnight
  • Ability to perform under deadline pressure

Responsible for field implementation of the facility radiation program. Complies with company, local, provincial and federal radiation safety policies and regulations. Monitors radiological work controls and work activities involving radioactive material. Interprets and verifies field data obtained from radiation surveys using the appropriate instrumentation and/or analyses. Assists in the implementation of safety rules, regulations and procedures. Stays current on local, provincial, federal and EnergySolutions policies and procedures concerning shipment/transportation of radioactive materials.

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Designs and (depending on seniority) supervises construction projects. May use computer-assisted engineering and design software and equipment to perform assignments. Able to take building designs from concept to final design and construction. Applies intensive and diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices in broad areas of assignments. Makes decisions independently on complex engineered systems, commensurate with experience and seniority. Applies knowledge of Civil, Structural and Architectural (CS&A) principles to design, plan, permit and construct civil works.
  • Performs a variety of engineering calculations using traditional engineering methods or Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to document compliance with project and code requirements, which may include; foundation analyses, structural frame analyses and one-off FEA model analyses.
  • Generates, and is fully conversant with layout plans, foundation details, steelwork details and architectural feature design.
  • Assists in the preparation and approval of design documents and plant modifications, including supervision of designers in document development in accordance with approved procedures, processes and design requirements
  • Provides technical expertise and guidance to develop, manage and implement engineering analysis, activities and programs to identify and resolve equipment and system problems.
  • Familiar with national codes and standards appropriate to the CS&A Engineering discipline.
  • Ensures relevant design criteria, specifications, practices, procedures and codes and site design and safety and licensing basis are used in preparation of design media.
  • Interfaces with staff, within the team and supporting sub-contractors to ensure work is being completed in a safe and efficient manner, ensuring that safety is an integral element embodied in equipment design and specification.
  • Works in multi-discipline teams on project-based work and ensures integration of design across multiple disciplines.
  • Performs checking to ensure accuracy of design media in accordance with company policies and procedures and client expectations.
  • Works on a timeline, ensuring the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of work and initiates corrective measures to overcome delays.
  • Understands, complies and is responsible for working to environmental health and safety policies and procedures, and attends meetings as required.
  • Recommends new equipment, concepts and techniques to improve performance, simplify design, reduce costs, correct design flaws or to comply with changes in client requirements, codes or regulations.
  • Performs independent research, reviews, studies and analyses in support of plant changes and design modifications.
  • Supports installation and testing of site systems and components.
  • Participates in the preparation of cost estimates for engineering services to internal and external clients and coordinates work assignments to meet project-established schedules and budgets.
  • Relies on extensive experience and judgment.
  • Leads and directs the work of others.
  • Significant creativity and latitude is required.
  • Provides consultation on complex projects and is considered to be the top level contributor/ specialist.
  • Acts as Engineering Manager on dedicated Project(s).
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Strong communication skills – experienced in presenting design media to large audiences, including clients and customers
  • Advanced knowledge of FEA and other civil design software and Microsoft office
  • Strong knowledge of functional discipline and its practical application
  • Strong knowledge of industry codes and regulations
  • Strong knowledge of management of complex engineering projects

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to carry up to 15 pounds; handle and reach below shoulder
  • Ability to use hands to accomplish tasks as assigned
  • Ability to effectively communicate; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Ability to see close and distance and basic colors/shades
  • Ability to work inside an office
  • Ability to work alone, interact with the public, and perform under deadline pressure

Job Summary

Supports Kewaunee Project activities assigned to the Site Quality Assurance organization, including: Internal and supplier oversight Audits and Assessments; QA implementing procedure maintenance; procurement support; Inspection Planning; QC Inspection/Receipt Inspection; Corrective Action Program implementation

Job Duties/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Performs independent QA assessments/audits to ensure project project QA plans are properly executed and evaluates the effectiveness of controls delineated in these plans
  • Performs supplier oversight for on-site work activities
  • Provides support, as requested, for the development, review, revision and approval of quality-related procedures
  • Reviews procurement documents to ensure appropriate quality controls are specified
  • Plans and performs Quality Control inspections (e.g., Receipt Inspection)
  • Performs or independently reviews CAP elements/products, including cause analyses, plan development and corrective action verification/validation
  • Attains/Maintains knowledge/qualifications on quality methods and techniques; this includes knowledge in 10 CFR 50 Appendix B, 10 CFR 20 Appendix G, 10 CFR Part 61.55 and 61.56, 10 CFR Part 71 Subpart H and 10 CFR Part 72 Subpart G
  • Supports management and staff with QA services, as requested
  • Ensures Project staff understand quality requirements and how these requirements apply to their work
  • Develops and provides training on QA-related topics and assists in the resolution of quality-related problems

Required and Desired Skills

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Strong time management/organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and a team player attitude
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products
  • Working knowledge of NRC regulations and industry guidance
  • Working knowledge of assessment/auditing practices
  • Working knowledge of causal analysis techniques
  • Working knowledge of radioactive and/or hazardous material management

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds; handle, grip and reach below shoulder
  • Ability to use hands to accomplish tasks as assigned
  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, climb, bend/stoop, crouch and kneel
  • Ability to effectively communicate; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Ability to see close and distance; basic colors/shades
  • Ability to work inside an office, outside and in extreme temperatures
  • Ability to work on slippery/uneven walking surfaces
  • Ability to work alone, work with others, and interact with the public
  • Ability to operate equipment, drive a vehicle and travel overnight
  • Ability to perform under deadline pressure

Job Summary

Responsible for the development and management of complex, multi-year fixed price, time and materials, labor hours and cost-type D&D Commercial purchase agreements (subcontracts) requiring ongoing oversight and administration of contract terms and conditions. Collaborates closely with Program Management, Engineering, Operations, Finance, and Quality.  Manages the D&D Commercial Procurement group.

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Develops and produces complex purchase agreement documentation such as: request for proposals/quotations, subcontracts, purchase orders, basic ordering agreements and their respective modifications and sourcing justifications.
  • Evaluates pricing proposals/quotations, determines offer responsiveness, and eligibility for award and conducts evaluation team discussions and subcontractor negotiations.
  • Maintains accurate and complete procurement files in accordance with EnergySolutions’ procurement policies and procedures.
  • Reviews and processes purchase requisitions.
  • Coordinates supplier invoicing and payments with accounting and finance department.
  • Ensures cost or price analyses are conducted and adequately documented to ensure fair and reasonable prices.
  • Closeout of subcontracts in accordance with company procedures.
  • Administers purchase agreements of large scope and complexity.
  • Coordinates, develops and produces procurement documentation including procurement plans, source selection plans and evaluation criteria, agreements, data submittal requirements and proposal preparation instructions.
  • Project Procurement and Subcontracts Plan Development.
  • Subcontract Development, Line Item Structure and Subcontract Payment Schedule Development.
  • Advises Project Managers (PM’s) and Requestors on compliance matters and recommends actions necessary to avoid serious procurement / subcontract issues.
  • Successfully works across organizational boundaries to deliver business goals and objectives.
  • Frequently interfaces with Subcontractors or Suppliers, Quality Assurance (QA), External Auditors, Internal Program/Project Managers, Legal, Accounting, Finance, HR and others.
  • Manages Procurement Staff to: Ensure Compliance with Department Goals, Objectives and Procedures, Conducts Compliance Audits of Subcontracts, Provides Training, Conducts Annual Performance Reviews, Mentors, Coaches and Provides Feedback.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Ability to successfully make quick decisions and meet goals while working under severe time constraints
  • Attention to detail
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, especially with respect to conveying highly technical concepts to both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Ability to work as a team member
  • Ability to adapt and work on varying assignments, working independently or as part of a team
  • Advanced proficiency in using Microsoft Office products, particularly Word , Excel and Teams
  • Working knowledge of FAR//DFAR and contract terms and conditions. (if being hired into buying position with federal government contracts)
  • Strong mathematical and analytical skills
  • Strong interpersonal, and presentation skills
  • Strong negotiation and conflict resolution skills
  • Advanced ability to draft complex purchase agreements for virtually all requirements
  • Strong understanding of contractual concepts, excellent command of Commercial and Federal acquisition laws and regulations. Can research legal issues with minimal assistance.
  • Demonstrates leadership capabilities by sharing expectations and setting direction, working collaboratively across organizational boundaries, and through problem
  • Demonstrates skills and continual improvement in the subcontracting and procurement discipline.
  • Demonstrates a business mastery continuous improvement in the subcontracting or procurement discipline.
  • Advanced proficiency using Microsoft Office products, particularly Outlook, Word, Excel, and Teams
  • Ability to read understand basic engineering documents

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Performs cost engineering analysis and activities. Identifies cost trends for management. Interfaces with financial accounting and project controls to integrate project control baseline cost model with actual cost accounting data.
  • 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 or assists in reviewing proposal requirements related to cost engineering and material control and develops supporting data for proposal development and contract negotiations.
  • Responsible for the proper establishment and maintenance of the project Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB).
  • Develops and maintains project budget, forecasts and cash flows.
  • Determines the variances between budgeted cost of work to actual cost of work. Calculates Earned Value (EV) for work performed.
  • Monitors and analyzes performance of large construction subcontracts.
  • Develops Project Change Notices to obtain budget for work.
  • Prepares “what-if” exercises to evaluate varying funding and other scenarios.
  • Prepares cost studies utilizing historical data, statistical analysis, and cost and quantity comparisons.
  • Supports project status reporting, variance analysis, trending and forecasting, and EVMS reporting.
  • Maintains configuration control of the baseline cost model and assumptions and ensures changes are made after approval.
  • Establishes format and content of summaries and reconciliations, including segregation of cost according to level of confidence and identification of areas of risk.
  • Performs the collection, input and reporting of cost data, the assembly and processing of work authorization documentation.
  • Assist in development and submittal of reporting both internal and external as well as the needed indicators for SPI and CPI, forecasting, reporting and accrual process.
  • Interfaces with designated management and project proposal team counterparts for cost presentations.
  • Controls ongoing project forecasts and reports it to asset management so they are informed of progress.
  • Performs data analysis, identifies problems, and makes recommendations.
  • Promotes a team atmosphere among workers and staff to ensure everyone is working together.
  • Works under general supervision.
  • May lead and direct the work of others.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Effective organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Intermediate knowledge of MS Excel, MS Word, MS PowerPoint
  • Intermediate knowledge of Primavera P6, Success Estimator, Cobra, Oracle and EVMS
  • Ability to develop labor unit rates based on the type of project as required
  • Advanced proficiency in the use of R.S. Means and Richardsons as required

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to sit
  • Ability to effectively communicate; speaking, reading, understanding, writing and hearing clear English; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Basic math and computer skills
  • Ability to work inside an office
  • Ability to perform highly repetitive motions with fingers, hands, wrists, and shoulders
  • Ability to work alone, work with others, and interact with the public
  • Ability to perform under deadline pressure
  • Ability to understand and follow basic instructions and guidelines

We are seeking an experienced and detail-oriented individual to join our team as a PMO Scheduling Lead. In this role, you will be responsible for overseeing and managing the scheduling and resource allocation for all projects within our Project Management Office (PMO). You will work closely with project managers and stakeholders to ensure efficient and effective project execution.

 

  • Develop and maintain a master schedule for all projects within the PMO
  • Must be able to complete and/or lead the following tasks when required:
  • Coordinate with project managers to gather project requirements and timelines
  • Create and manage project schedules, ensuring that all tasks and milestones are properly defined and tracked
  • Monitor and adjust schedules as needed to accommodate changes and ensure on-time delivery.
  • Identify scheduling conflicts and resource constraints, and propose solutions to mitigate risks.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to allocate resources effectively and optimize resource utilization.
  • Communicate schedule updates and changes to stakeholders and project teams.

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • The Structural Engineer position is responsible for structural design and analysis projects under EnergySolutions Waste Management Organization. Typical projects include, but are not limited to, design of radioactive material transportation packages and related components/ancillaries, liners and containers, and nuclear plant waste processing systems. This position also provides support to other groups within EnergySolutions, and interfaces with internal and external engineering resources and contractors performing tasks related to structural engineering.
  • Designs and (depending on seniority) supervises design team with fabrication projects. May use computer-assisted engineering and design software and equipment to perform assignments. Able to take designs from concept to final design and fabrication. Applies intensive and diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices in broad areas of assignments. Makes decisions independently on complex engineered systems, commensurate with experience and seniority. Applies knowledge of Structural principles to design, plan, and fabricate structural equipment.
  • Performs a variety of engineering calculations using traditional engineering methods and linear/non-linear Finite Element Analysis (FEA) (ANSYS or/and LS-DYNA FEA software) to document compliance with project and code requirements.
  • Assists in the preparation and approval of design documents including supervision of designers in document development in accordance with approved procedures, processes and design requirements
  • Provides technical expertise and guidance to develop, manage and implement engineering analysis, activities and programs to identify and resolve equipment and system problems.
  • Utilize codes and standards applicable to structural engineering in the nuclear industry (e.g., ASME BPVC, AISC, ANSI, etc.).
  • Ensures relevant design criteria, specifications, practices, procedures, codes, site design, safety and licensing basis are used in preparation of design media.
  • Evaluate radioactive material transportation package designs under normal operations and accident scenarios postulated by 10CFR71, 49 CFR 173, and IAEA SSR-6. Assist in development of Safety Analysis Report Chapters for new applications and addendums/amendments of existing licenses for radioactive material transportation packages.
  • Interfaces with staff, within the team and supporting sub-contractors to ensure work is being completed in a safe and efficient manner, ensuring that safety is an integral element embodied in equipment design and specification.
  • Works in multi-discipline teams on project-based work and ensures integration of design across multiple disciplines.
  • Performs checking to ensure accuracy of design media in accordance with company policies and procedures and client expectations.
  • Works on a timeline, ensuring the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of work and initiates corrective measures to overcome delays.
  • Understands, complies and is responsible for working to environmental health and safety policies and procedures, and attends meetings as required.
  • Recommends new equipment, concepts and techniques to improve performance, simplify design, reduce costs, correct design flaws or to comply with changes in client requirements, codes or regulations.
  • Performs independent research, reviews, studies and analyses.
  • Supports installation and testing of site systems and components.
  • Participates in the preparation of cost estimates for engineering services to internal and external clients and coordinates work assignments to meet project-established schedules and budgets.
  • Relies on experience and judgment.
  • Works under limited supervision.
  • Significant creativity and latitude is expected.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Academic or industrial experience using finite element analysis (FEA) codes such as ANSYS and LS-DYNA (Required)
  • Demonstrated experience using nuclear industry codes and standards such as ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (Section III) and AISC (N690 and 360) (Desired)
  • Working experience with radwaste package design and analysis in accordance with the requirements of 10CFR71, IAEA SSR-6, and 49 CFR 173 (Desired)
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong knowledge in functional discipline and its practical application
  • Strong knowledge of industry codes and regulations

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to carry up to 15 pounds; handle and reach below shoulder
  • Ability to use hands to accomplish tasks as assigned
  • Ability to effectively communicate; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Ability to see close and distance and basic colors/shades
  • Ability to work inside an office
  • Ability to work alone, interact with the public, and perform under deadline pressure

Department Description

Is responsible for implementing the Final Status Survey (FSS) Program at a site/facility or within various radiation safety disciplines, including managing staff. Ensures facilities and projects comply with applicable policies and procedures regarding FSS.

Job Duties/Tasks/Responsibilities

· Implements FSS plans and enforces compliance.

· Performs periodic assessments of site License Termination (LT)/ final status survey (FSS) programs, and training of site personnel, to ensure adherence to the Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) for Characterization and FSS, License Termination Plan (LTP) and regulatory guidance with a focus on documentation that may be subject to regulatory scrutiny (e.g., FSS release records, FSS final reports and technical support documents).

· Assures FSS records are generated and maintained in accordance with applicable policies and procedures

· Provides oversight, direction and training to organization staff to ensure all FSS activities related to a site, program, project, function and/or facility process(es) are conducted in compliance with established rules, regulations, policies and procedures and to ensure high quality products and services for EnergySolutions customers.

· Provides pre-job briefings to ensure all personnel understand their work assignments as well as recognizing safety hazards.

· Provides daily supervision and guidance to field survey and sampling crews and performs quality checks of field activities.

· Controls and implements survey sample plan instructions during field activities.

· Ensures survey area/unit preparation and prerequisites are completed (e.g., survey location identification, reference grid layout, identification of working constraints and accessibility needs).

· Ensures all necessary instrumentation and other equipment is available to support survey activities.

· Supports various radiation safety disciplines such as instrumentation, laboratory and health physics.

· Assures samples are taken and maintained in accordance with applicable policies and procedures. Initially evaluates data to determine compliance to applicable action levels and trending.

· Oversees preparation of samples for transfer to on or off site laboratories.

· Interfaces with client and regulators.

· Implements FSS procedures for radiation safety staff.

· Provides training for radiation safety staff to ensure compliance with FSS procedures.

· Implements and maintains Isolation and Control measures for FSS.

· Follows organizational policies and procedures and ensures staff is in compliance.

· Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

· Strong verbal and written communication skills.

· Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

· Strong attention to detail.

· Strong leadership skills.

· Must be able to work independently and resolve practical problems (under supervision).

· Detailed knowledge of the interpretation of local, state and federal radiation safety compliance regulations.

· Detailed knowledge of the principles and practices of radiation safety.

· Detailed knowledge of, and skill in using, radiation monitoring and laboratory procedures and methods and instrumentation related to radiation safety.

· Detailed knowledge of FSS processes and survey requirements and one or more of the following areas: global positioning systems and software, operational health physics, instrumentation, and laboratory operations.

· Demonstrated ability to collect, organize, analyze and report qualitative and quantitative data.

· Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office products and their use (e.g., Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint) and database applications.

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Performs a wide range of facility, equipment and machine operations associated with an EnergySolutions site/program/ project/function and or facility process(es). Ensures compliance with EnergySolutions policies and procedures and with local, state and federal regulations. Performs operations work as part of a team of semi-skilled and skilled workers (e.g., laborers; decontamination workers; and facility, equipment and process operators).
  • Operates a variety of equipment: (Level 1) hand and power tools; (Level 2) small, fixed-facility (light) equipment; (Level 3) medium weight equipment; (Level 4) heavy equipment and (Level 5) cranes. Decontaminates equipment, machinery and work areas. Uses equipment to perform construction, demolition, material handling, waste treatment and soil remediation work. These tasks are necessary to maintain a healthy and productive workforce, to ensure smooth company operations and to ensure customer requirements are met.
  • Monitors and operates equipment using normal, abnormal and emergency operating procedures. Operates equipment within the bounds of the Documented Safety Analysis (DSA) as applicable.
  • Operates equipment under the direction of a Test Engineer, the Test Operations manager or a Shift Operations Manager in support of testing, commissioning and operations as applicable, according to location.
  • Works under the direction of the Operations Foreman as applicable, according to location.
  • Complies with all local, state and federal health and safety regulations and site health and safety requirements.
  • Complies with all requirements for wearing personal protective equipment while performing job duties.
  • Participates in procedure development and revision, job hazard analysis and safety walkdowns as applicable.
  • Uses a variety of medium weight equipment to perform waste handling and treatment operations.
  • Operates power-driven equipment of medium weight and horsepower such as trucks, skip loaders, mixer trucks, backhoes, tractor/trailer combinations, motor sweepers, power mowers, wood chipping machines, hoists/forklifts, loaders, water and rock trucks and small rollers. Reports the need for major mechanical adjustments and repairs.
  • Uses machines and equipment to remove, package, store, treat and transport loads of waste materials.
  • Performs cask unloading, hauling and handling tasks.
  • Performs field cask leak testing activities.
  • Inspects shipment rigging and assists in hooking slings/wire rope to crane rigging/hook(s).
  • Helps secure containers. Determines when containers are secure and meet Department of Transportation regulations.
  • Measures, marks and records openings and distances to layout areas where construction work will be performed.
  • Loads, unloads and identifies building materials, machinery and tools and distributes them to the appropriate locations in accordance with project plans and specifications.
  • May perform the work of an Operator 1 or 2 as required.
  • May lead and direct the work of an Operator 1 or 2.
  • May provide training to an Operator 1 or 2 as needed and reviews the work of others as needed.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Required and Desired Skills

  • Strong listening skills
  • Basic written, verbal and organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and team player attitude
  • General knowledge of local, state and federal health and safety regulations [e.g., Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)]
  • Ability to understand and apply health and safety regulations and requirements
  • Ability to read computer screens and printed documents and to operate small equipment
  • Basic computer skills, including the ability to operate equipment using HMI
  • Ability to successfully pass a fundamentals entry examination as applicable
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Detailed knowledge of facility processes, operations and equipment
  • Detailed knowledge of machine construction, maintenance and deconstruction
  • Demonstrated ability to perform maintenance and repairs on fixed, small-scale industrial equipment used to perform job duties
  • Demonstrated ability to operate electronics and computers to diagnose and repair machines used to perform job duties
  • Demonstrated ability to handle more complex work and schedule tasks assigned to Operator 1 and 2 employees as appropriate
  • Ability to develop and communicate work steps required to maintain and repair medium weight equipment
  • Working knowledge of wastewater treatment plants and collection systems (if applicable to work performed)
  • Working knowledge of rigging practices (if applicable to work performed)

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to comprehend procedure and work package instructions as applicable
  • Ability to perform physically demanding work
  • Ability to lift up to 55 pounds
  • Ability to push and pull up to 35 pounds and carry up to 50 pounds; handle, grip, and reach above or below shoulder
  • Ability to use hands and feet to accomplish tasks as assigned
  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, climb, bend/stoop, crouch, squat/kneel, twist at the waist and balance
  • Ability to effectively communicate; speaking, reading, understanding, writing and hearing clear English; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Normal vision (with or without correction)
  • Ability to perceive depth and adjust focus; basic hand/eye coordination
  • Ability to see close and distance, basic colors/shades, and peripheral vision
  • Ability to work in extreme weather conditions and environments wherein there is exposure to noise, dust, grease, smoke, fumes, noxious odors, gases, chemicals and mechanical and electrical hazards
  • Ability to work inside an office, outside, or in extreme temperatures
  • Ability to work with machinery vibration, power tools, moving objects, and slippery/uneven walking surfaces
  • Ability to work while wearing chemical resistant coveralls and respiratory protection
  • Ability to work with others and interact with the public; perform under deadline pressure
  • Ability to operate equipment and drive a vehicle

 

If you have any issues with the application process, please contact Simeon with any concerns/question or submit a resume to the email below.

801-303-0936

ssmcgee@energysolutions.com

Job Description/Tasks/Responsibilities

  • Is responsible for the assembly, disassembly and maintenance of EnergySolutions stationary machinery and equipment. Performs routine scheduled maintenance and repairs of broken and malfunctioning machines/equipment. Performs installation and maintenance work as part of a team of skilled trade workers (e.g., plumbers, carpenters, welders and pipefitters).
  • Installs, maintains, upgrades and fabricates machinery and equipment according to layout plans, blueprints and other drawings using hoists, lift trucks, hand tools and power tools. Reads blueprints and schematic drawings to determine work procedures. These tasks are necessary to ensure smooth company operations and to ensure high-quality products and services for EnergySolutions customers.
  • Assembles and installs equipment such as shafting, precision bearings, gear boxes, motors, mechanical clutches, conveyors and tram rails using hoists, pulleys, dollies, rollers and trucks.
  • Bolts, welds, rivets or otherwise fastens machinery/equipment to foundations or other structures using hand and power tools.
  • Constructs foundations for machines using hand tools and building materials such as wood, cement and steel.
  • Aligns machines and equipment using hoists, jacks, hand tools, squares, rules, micrometers and plumb bobs.
  • Operates engine lathes to grind, file and turn machine parts to dimensional specifications.
  • Takes measurements to ensure installed machines function at their maximum capacity.
  • Dismantles machines using hammers, wrenches, crowbars and other hand and power tools.
  • Moves machinery and equipment using hoists, dollies, rollers and trucks.
  • Repairs and lubricates machines and equipment.
  • There is no supervision of other workers at this level.
  • Responsible for the quality of his/her own work and satisfying customer (internal and external) specifications.
  • Must be able to work independently and resolve practical problems.
  • Must complete process/facility training as assigned.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements/Skills

  • Intermediate verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and team player attitude
  • Ability to perform preventive maintenance tasks and determine whether repairs to equipment are needed

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions

  • Ability to perform physically demanding work
  • Ability to work in extreme weather conditions and environments wherein there is exposure to noise, dust, grease, smoke, fumes, noxious odors, gases, chemicals and mechanical and electrical hazards
  • Ability to carry, push, pull, and lift up to 50 pounds; handle, grip, and reach above or below shoulder
  • Ability to use hands and feet to accomplish tasks as assigned
  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, climb, bend/stoop, crouch, squat/kneel, crawl, twist at the waist and balance
  • Ability to effectively communicate; speaking, reading, understanding, writing and hearing clear English; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location
  • Ability to perceive depth and adjust focus
  • Ability to see close and distance, basic colors/shades, peripheral vision; and basic hand/eye coordination
  • Ability to work inside an office, outside, and in extreme temperatures
  • Ability to work with machinery vibration, power tools, and slippery/uneven walking surfaces; operate equipment/machinery
  • Ability to work with others, interact with the public, operate a motor vehicle, and perform under deadline pressure
  • Basic mechanical ability
  • Ability to wear protective equipment such as: respirator, goggles, hard hat, gloves, steel toe boots, and chemical resistant coveralls
  • Certified hazardous waste worker, radiation worker, and respirator medical qualification

 

If you have any issues with the application process, please contact Simeon with any concerns/question or submit a resume to the email below.

801-303-0936

ssmcgee@energysolutions.com

Equal Opportunity and Accessibility Statements

EnergySolutions is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, sex, color, race, creed, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, protected veteran status, political belief, disability that does not prohibit performance of essential job functions or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

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Accessibility Statement

EnergySolutions is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to applicants with physical or mental disabilities. Applicants with a physical or mental disability, who require reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process, may e-mail their request to recruitment@energysolutions.com for assistance. Determinations on request for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.

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