Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
Country: United States
Seeking a qualified candidate to assist Mission Support Alliance (MSA) to perform Work Planning activities in support of Facility Planned Impairments to Fire Systems on the Hanford Site and other corrective maintenance activities. The desired outcome of these activities is a skilled, safe, and cost effective method of planning tasks in support of customer objectives.
Candidate must be knowledgeable of corrective maintenance work activities and ensuring configuration control of facilities is maintained, as appropriate and requested by the Buyer Technical Representative (BTR) to perform tasks including but not limited to the
1. Actively support planning programs designed to protect employees against workplace hazards
2. Prepare corrective maintenance work instructions
3. Schedule and facilitate EWP, AJHAs, and field walk downs
4. Verify field configuration control, and ensure component labeling is correct
5. Order material in support of corrective maintenance actions
6. Research/review lessons learned and post-ALARA reviews for applicability
7. Document potential hazards/issues associated with proposed work.
8. Ensure hazard controls are identified and incorporated in the work package.Facilitate the completion of permits and forms as necessary, and ensure all necessary forms, permits, drawings, and documents are present in the work package.
9. Ensure the Facility Radiological Control organization performs radiological screening
10. Determine resource requirements to support corrective maintenance work.
11. Finalize work instructions and the AJHA
12. Route work packages for approvals
13. Ensure work packages are ready to work
- Minimum five years of previous work planning experience in a nuclear or DOE facility.
- Must be able to obtain MSA Work Planner qualification.
- Previous experience and knowledge of instrument installation, electrical troubleshooting and maintenance, piping system modifications/repairs and major facility upgrades is highly desirable. This includes system deactivation and reactivation in
Nuclear and non-Nuclear facilities.
Planner shall ensure that management of environmental and safety functions and activities is an integral and visible part of the Subcontractor¡¦s work planning and execution processes. As a minimum, the Subcontractor shall:
a. Thoroughly review the defined scope of work;
b. Identify hazards and environmental and safety requirements;
c. Analyze hazards and implement controls;
d. Perform work within controls; and
e. Provide feedback on adequacy of controls and continue to improve safety management.
f. Ensure flow down of all environmental and safety requirements to the lowest tier Subcontractor performing work on the Hanford site commensurate with the risk and complexity of the work.
The following types of training qualifications are required:
Hanford General Education Training (HGET)/MSA General Education Training (MGET) is required.
Other site specific training may be required as determined during performance of this scope of work.
Will be required to successfully pass Drug/Alcohol Testing and Background Investigation prior to Assignment, Will be security badged. Must be a US Citizen.
WORK LOCATION & HOURS: Hanford Site, 200E Area Building MO286 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. Overtime may be necessary to support Fire System Maintenance customer needs.
DURATION - THROUGH 9/30/18 WITH OPTION FOR THREE ONE YEAR EXTENSIONS
DEADLINE TO RESPOND TO THIS REQUIREMENT - Friday, 12/8/17. COB
Candidates shall send detailed resumes in WORD format with contact number to email@example.com Qualified candidates will be contacted.
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