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Posted by: Project Assistance Corp <> on December 10, 2017 at 00:04:01. Click here to reply to this post via Email.Click here for help with email link

Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
City: Richland
State: Washington
Country: United States

Seeking a degreed Electrical Engineer with PE to assist Mission Support Alliance (MSA) at the Hanford site in preparation of work planning, design, project,
and related documents as well as technical resolution of issues particularly for the Design Authority role. The engineer will support ongoing facility maintenance and operational activities working to increase facility availability and efficiency as well as minimizing downtime.

Tasks will include the following:
Perform review and analysis of Electrical/ I&C systems and components in accordance with applicable consensus code, contract requirements, and applicable standards.
Implement reliability program for assigned systems. Work with the MSA maintenance organization to establish practices and frequencies for periodic maintenance. Troubleshoot equipment failures and determine corrective measures. Review and approve new designs and modifications to electrical and I&C systems and components. Provide technical review of in-house and subcontractor generated designs/design documentation packages and calculations. Mentor less experienced engineers and provide technical support to Operations. Participate in formal design reviews as the subject matter expert (SME) and provide periodic assessments of engineering products and processes.
Obtain or maintain Engineering qualification for the organization.

Key activities:

1. Electrical design to include drafting and/or calculations and their review/approval,

2. Preparation or review/approval of Engineering Document Changes (EDCs) and Facility Modification Packages (FMPs),

3. Support to work planners and maintenance craft, including work package reviews, walkdowns, participation in Enhanced Work Planning sessions and Automated Job Hazards Analyses (AJHAs), and preparation of Arc Flash forms for Electrical work as needed, and h

4. Miscellaneous field inspections including National Electric Code Inspections. Additionally, this electrical engineering work may involve one or more of the following:
a). UPS systems up to 600 volts DC V preventive and corrective maintenance h
b). DC battery systems - bank string & load calculations, procedures for preventive and corrective maintenance (currently in development)
c). 2400V switch gear - preventive and corrective maintenance for contactors, breakers & cabinet control centers.


- BS of Electrical Engineering (BSEE).
- At least 15 years combined electrical engineering experience, in construction,
facility asset management/maintenance, operations support/oversight, or equivalent.
- Working knowledge of NFPA/IEEE Standards is also required.


- Advanced degree in Electrical Engineering or current Professional Engineering registration.
- Prior Hanford experience, including experience as an Electrical Engineering Design Authority at Hanford.
- Additional experience desired also includes preparation or review/approval of Engineering Document Changes (EDCs) and Facility Modification Packages (FMPs), as well as support to work planners and maintenance craft, including work package reviews, walkdowns, participation in Enhanced Work Planning sessions and Job Hazards Analyses (JHAs).
- Experience in performing electrical hazard evaluations and preparation of Arc Flash forms for Electrical work are both desirable.

As a minimum, the engineer shall:
- Thoroughly review the defined scope of work;
- Identify hazards and environmental and safety requirements;
- Analyze hazards and implement controls;
- Perform work within controls; and
- Provide feedback on adequacy of controls and continue to improve safety management.

Hanford Site Work Hours: personnel at the Hanford Site work a standard 4/10 schedule. The standard work
week consist of ten (10) hours of work between 6:00 am and 4:30 pm, with one-half hour designated as an unpaid period for lunch, Monday through Thursday.


Must be a US citizen. Candidate must successfully pass Drug/Alcohol testing and Background Investigation prior to Assignment, Will be security badged.

Duration: Initial Assignment through 9/30/18 with a one year option through 9/30/19.


Candidates shall send detailed resune in WORD format with cobtact number to Qualified candidates will be contacted.


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