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[Planner] Fire System Corrective Maintenance Work Planner


Posted by: Value Added Solutions, Inc. on November 06, 2018 at 10:57:55.

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

Fire System Maintenance Work Planner

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
• Mission Support Alliance, LLC. (Buyer/MSA) Hanford Fire Department provides Emergency Services and ready-to-serve maintenance services under a centralized management structure. Fire System Inspection, Testing & Maintenance Services include Fire System Maintenance, Testing Services and Work Control that are critical to the successful completion of the Hanford Site mission.
• Combining these service areas under a single management structure allows the organization to provide the “right level” of service for these crucial Site assets while increasing efficiencies and reducing customer costs.
• Provide the resources necessary 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.
• The Subcontractor shall provide a qualified and experienced Corrective Maintenance Work Planner, who is 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 JHA
• Route work packages for approvals
• Ensure work packages are ready to work

QUALIFICATIONS:
Required Qualifications:
• Minimum five years of previous work planning experience in a nuclear or DOE facility.
• Previous experience developing corrective maintenance work packages for the repair of Fire Alarm and/or Suppression Systems.
• Previous experience in the instrumentation/electrical field.

Desired Qualifications:
• Experience in fire protection systems inspection, testing, maintenance
• NICET certification(s)
• Previous experience and knowledge of instrument installation, electrical trouble shooting 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.
• Hanford experience as a work planner.

SECURITY AND BADGING REQUIREMENTS:
A. For any on-site work, see On-Site Services Special Provisions for details.
B. The subcontractor shall wear a Buyer issued security badge identifying themselves. A minimum of two working days advance notice is needed for site badging.
C. Subcontractor employees will be required to submit to vehicle searches and not personally carry or transport certain prohibited articles.
D. If the Subcontractor under this scope of work will be required an access authorization (security clearance), then the following will apply. Will not require security clearance

WORK LOCATION / POTENTIAL ACCESS REQUIREMENTS:
Hanford Site, 200E Area Building MO286

SITE ACCESS AND WORK HOURS:
• Hanford 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 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. with one-half hour designated as an unpaid period for lunch, Monday through Thursday.
• Work performed outside normal operating hours shall be coordinated and/or approved through the BTR and/or the contract Specialist prior to performing the work.

For persons with disabilities: If you require assistance completing, or are unable to complete the online resume/application process, please contact:
Human Resources @ (803) 644-0070
Mon. - Fri. 9am - 4pm
237 High Gate Loop
Aiken, SC 29803
Value Added Solutions, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and supports a drug-free work environment.







      

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