Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
Country: United States
Zip or Postal Code: 99354
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Edgewater is seeking qualified candidates for a Electrical Safety / LOTO Training Instructor opportunity for our customer in Richland, WA to support the Hanford Site. It is estimated that this instructor support will average 30-40 hours per week.
Title of Scope: PROVIDE ELECTRICAL SAFETY/LOTO INSTRUCTOR SUPPORT AT HAMMER
MSA/HAMMER requires Subcontractor support to provide an instructor for the Electrical Safety and Hazardous Energy Control (Lockout/Tagout) training programs as requested. Training will be for common, site-wide training courses for Hanford Contractors. This training shall directly support the MSAs commitment to the Hanford cleanup mission while reducing the risk to employee health, the environment, and the public.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK SPECIFIC
The Subcontractor instructor is expected to provide training, specifically, instructional services to the DOE, DOEs prime contractors, and these agencies and companies subcontractors under the provisions of this Statement of Work as directed and scheduled in collaboration with the Buyer.
It is estimated that this Subcontractor instructor support will average 30-40 hours per week for the Subcontractor staff member(s) assigned to this work scope. This is not a guaranteed number of hours; instructor support is strictly based on Hanford Site training demand. One instructor is desired to perform this work scope under this statement of work.
This statement of work includes training support for the following training courses/program area:
3.1 Electrical Safety
The Electrical Safety Instructor delivers training on the necessary skills to properly use and
control electrical energy, understand electrical hazards, and implement hazard controls.
The Instructor utilizes a variety of teaching methodologies to meet the requirements of
DOE-0359, Hanford Site Electrical Safety Program (HSESP). A copy of this will be provided
when the Contract Specialist sends out the RFP to any prospective subcontractor.
The electrical safety courses to be taught under this statement of work include but are
not limited to the following:
BATTERIES - 041680
OVERHEAD CRANE INSPECTION ELECTRICAL - 043010
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE GROUNDING - 043692
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE OVERCURRENT PROTECTION 043694
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE WIRING METHODS - 043696
RCW/WAC CODE UPDATE - 043698
BREAKER OPERATION ELECTRICAL SAFETY - 043820
NFPA-70E STANDARDS FOR ELECTRICAL SAFETY - 043870
NFPA-70E STANDARDS FOR ELECTRICAL SAFETY REFRESHER - 043875
ELECTRICAL SAFETY FOR NON ELECTRICAL WORKERS - 044480
DOE-0359 HANFORD SITE ELECTRICAL SAFETY PROGRAM - 044482
EQUIPMENT OPERATION NEAR POWER LINES - 044605
CAPACITORS - 044609
NEC CODE UPDATE 2014 - 801497
3.2 Hazardous Energy Control (Lockout/Tagout)
The Lockout/Tagout trainer instructs and evaluates workers on the necessary skills to properly control the unexpected release of hazardous energy or materials. The instructors utilize a variety of teaching methodologies to meet the requirements of DOE-0336, Hanford Site Lockout/Tagout, including one-on-one practical evaluations.
The hazardous energy control (lockout/tagout) courses to be taught under this statement of work include but are not limited to the following:
HANFORD SITE LOCKOUT/TAGOUT FOR AUTHORIZED WORKER INITIAL - 0313I
HANFORD SITE LOCKOUT / TAGOUT FOR AUTHORIZED WORKER RETRAINING - 00313R
HANFORD SITE LOCKOUT / TAGOUT FOR CO QUALIFIED WORKERS INITIAL - 00314I
HANFORD SITE LOCKOUT / TAGOUT FOR CO QUALIFIED WORKERS RETRAINING - 00314R
HANFORD SITE LOCKOUT / TAGOUT FOR CO ADMINISTRATORS INITIAL - 00315I
HANFORD SITE LOCKOUT / TAGOUT FOR CO ADMINISTRATORS RETRAINING - 00315R
Subcontractor instructor shall to be skilled and experienced to provide instructor support in
both of the training program areas listed above.
The instructor shall:
Attain proficiency in each course prior to teaching the class unsupervised. This will entail studying the course(s) material, discussion of the course material with current instructor to ensure adequate knowledge of the material, observing the class, and conducting the class under the supervision of a current instructor. This will be coordinated through the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR. The HAMMER individual identified by the BTR will ultimately determine if a new instructor is approved to teach classes unsupervised.
Provide training in accordance with, and without deviation from, approved current course lesson plans. Deviation from approved course lesson plans is not allowed without prior approval from the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR.
Adhere to and require that all students abide by the approved Health and Safety Plan for each course. If a safety concern is raised or if a deviation to the approved safety plan is observed or anticipated, the instructor shall notify the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR, responsible HAMMER Training manager, or HAMMER Operations immediately.
Conduct all HAMMER Training related work in accordance with approved MSA/HAMMER procedures and policies.
Arrive 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the course being taught to 1) ensure that the classroom, equipment and course documents are in order for class and 2) to greet students and ensure they are properly signed into class.
Ensure that all students listed on the roster (Note: HAMMER Training Logistics will provide the student roster) have a charge code entered in the appropriate area on the roster prior to submitting the roster to HAMMER Training Logistics at completion of the training.
Request those who attend the course, sign the course roster.
Request all students fill out a course evaluation form.
Sign the course roster at the conclusion of the training.
Spend the time after class ends to ensure that all course materials/rosters have been checked for accuracy and delivered to HAMMER Training Logistics.
The following types of general and technical experiences are required to successfully fulfill this position:
Instructor shall hold a Washington State Electrician license.
Experience working at a Government Owned Facility, i.e., Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Defense (DOD).
Minimum of 3-5 years of experience with complex Lockout/Tagout procedures (NFPA 70E 120.2D(3)) (multiple sources of energy, crafts, work locations, shifts). Refer to NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplaceฎ.
Experience teaching Lockout/Tagout courses at a Government Owned Facility, i.e., Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Defense (DOD).
Experience as an Electrical Engineer, Electrical Inspector, or Journeyman Electrician with varied types of work performed (i.e., industrial wiring, demolition, brownfield setup)
Be approved by Washington State Labor & Industries to teach courses that give license continuing education units (CEUs)
A working knowledge of the National Electric Code (NFPA-70)
A working knowledge of the Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace (NFPA-70E)
Previous experience in instructing Lockout/Tagout courses at the Hanford Site
Experience in Operations or Maintenance at a Nuclear Facility
Previous technical instructor experience
Previous experience performing this specific training or be approved to participate in on-the-job training by the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR
Experience on the Hanford site will improve the ability of the individual(s) to complete the necessary activities
Experience presenting to large groups
Basic use of Microsoft Office suite
Strong customer service skills
Strong presentation skills
Work Location / Potential Access Requirements
The HAMMER Training work scope shall be completed at the HAMMER Facility or at other Hanford Site satellite locations across the Hanford Site. The work to be completed at the HAMMER Facility will be performed in an office environment/conference/class room/training props. When directed by the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR, courses may be conducted at satellite locations on the Hanford Site.
Site Access and Work Hours
Hanford personnel at the Hanford Site work a standard 4/10 schedule. The standard work week consists 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 - with Mondays through Thursdays as Site work days; however, non-standard hours of support may be required. In addition, some preparation/take down time may be required before and after a course is taught.
Work performed outside normal operating hours shall be coordinated and/or approved through the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR prior to performing the work. The HAMMER Facility is open from 5:30am to 5:30pm, Monday through Thursday. As deemed necessary, HAMMER is open non-standard hours (including Fridays) to support Hanford Site Training needs. Work is to be performed during those hours unless special arrangements are made through HAMMER Operations.
If you are interested in being considered for this position and your resume clearly outlines your relevant experience for this position, please follow the application steps via our website www.Edgewatertech.net.
If your qualifications match our position requirements you will be contacted and provided additional details. Edgewater will not submit your resume without first having detailed discussions with you and obtaining your permission to do so.
We look forward to hearing from you!
WORKING WITH EDGEWATER
Edgewater offers the opportunity to structure benefit packages to best suit your needs. We offer multiple individual and family benefit options including paid time off, medical, dental, life, vision, and disability insurance, and a pre-tax 401(k) retirement account with Company matching contributions and 100% vesting for eligible participants beginning on DAY 1.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Edgewater is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected Veterans, or individuals with disabilities.
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