Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
Country: United States
Zip or Postal Code: 99352
Position: Fire Protection Engineer Support to Hanford Fire Marshal’s Office
Duration of Assignment: Award through 9/30/2019 with option for 4 one-year extensions
Estimated Hours Per Week: 40
Work Location: Hanford Site, Richland, WA
DESCRIPTION OF WORK – SPECIFIC
This position serves a Material Control Specialist for HFD Support Services Division and Fire Systems Maintenance (FSM). The duties include researching, recommending, planning, and assisting the HFD Buyer Technical Representatives (BTR) and Cost Account Manager (CAM) in the purchasing of materials, equipment and services.
Functions as Fire Protection Engineer in the Hanford Site Fire Marshal’s Office, assisting in the evaluation and control of fire and life safety hazards.
Provide technical and administrative support to the office through the review of a wide range of technical and administrative documents including Fire Hazards Analysis documents, interpretation and equivalency requests for compliance with Department of Energy (DOE), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and other fire prevention/protection related requirements.
Provide MSA support for the implementation of the various programmatic aspects of the fire protection program including the development and review of fire protection procedures, maintenance of the permit system and input to fire protection employee training.
Provide technical reviews of facility changes including fire hazards analysis and fire sprinkler and fire alarm system designs.
Assist individual MSA projects with development and identification of fire protection related requirements and criteria.
Participate in fire investigations (both Wildland and Structural). • Perform periodic facility fire protection assessments.
Review and approve project documentation, including approval of design, equipment, materials, and operating procedures related to fire protection.
Assist MSA Engineering in the preparation and/or peer checking of fire protection related Facility Modification Package (FMP) design drawings and documentation.
Interface with building and contractor FPEs and perform routine interpretation of fire protection related Codes and Standards with the follow-on approval of the HFM.
Support other Engineering tasks such as generation, review, and approval of various studies and technical documents related to Hanford Site fire protection systems and planned system upgrades.
Support any of the various duties that need to be fulfilled through the HFMO organization as directed by the HFM.
The successful candidate shall be a qualified as follows:
Have completed not less than 10 years of practice indicative of growth in fire protection engineering or technology.
Be knowledgeable in the consistent application of DOE Fire Protection Program criteria with DOE nuclear and industrial safety requirements.
The preferred candidate shall:
Be experienced in the design, installation and testing of fire protection water supplies and fire protection systems in accordance with NFPA Codes and Standards and DOE Fire Protection Program requirements.
Experience and certifications in wildland and/or structural fire investigation.
Experience in the development and/or reviews of Fire Hazards Analysis.
Hold a current NICET Level II or higher for water-based suppression systems and/or fire alarm systems
Security Clearance Required: No
Nuclear Facility Position: Yes
US Citizenship Required: Yes
If you would like to be submitted for this position, please forward your resume and salary requirements to email@example.com. Resumes must be received prior to 1/06/2019 to meet the submittal date.
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