Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
Country: United States
PMQS is currently looking for an experienced Corrective Maintenance Work Planner to work a long-term contract on a DOE Project in Hanford, WA.
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 following:
Actively support planning programs designed to protect employees against workplace hazards
Prepare corrective maintenance work instructions
Schedule and facilitate EWP, AJHAs, and field walk downs
Verify field configuration control, and ensure component labeling is correct
Order material in support of corrective maintenance actions
Research/review lessons learned and post-ALARA reviews for applicability
Document potential hazards/issues associated with proposed work
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
Ensure the Facility Radiological Control organization performs radiological screening
Determine resource requirements to support corrective maintenance work
Finalize work instructions and the AJHA
Route work packages for approvals
Ensure work packages are ready to work It is intended that this work will be performed on full time basis. Occasional overtime also may be necessary to meet customer needs.
This role does not offer per diem, prefer local candidates.
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