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[Training Specialist] Training Instructor for Hanford Site at HAMMER


Posted by: Edgewater Technical Associates <2640-37-MH912@apply.maxhire.net> on January 13, 2019 at 00:04:01. Click here to reply to this post via Email.Click here for help with email link

Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
City: Richland/Hanford
State: Washington
Country: United States
Zip or Postal Code: 99354
Reply to Recruiter via Text Msg: 8653379309

Edgewater is seeking qualified candidates for a Training Instructor opportunity for our customer in Richland, WA to support Hanford Site training at the HAMMER Facility. Training support areas include Hoist & Rigging, Fall Protection, and Safety & Health.

Title of Scope: FULL-TIME INSTRUCTOR SUPPORT AT HAMMER

QUALIFICATIONS

Required Qualifications
The following types of general and technical experiences are required to successfully fulfill this position:

Hoisting and Rigging
• Bachelor’s degree in engineering or construction, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Minimum of five years of experience working directly in hoisting and rigging operations and
• Demonstrated knowledge of instructional techniques, adult education methods, and applying the Systematic Approach to Training through training or experience.

Safety, Health, and Miscellaneous Training (e.g.; Fall Protection, Confined Space, Scaffolding, Ladders, etc.)
• Minimum of five years of occupational experience in Construction or General Industry (a college degree in occupational safety and health, a Certified Safety Professional, or Certified Industrial Hygienist designation may be substituted for two years of experience).
• Must have a working knowledge of fall protection regulations, standard, fall protection equipment and systems, and have experience in the selection, installation, inspection, and use of fall protection systems.

Desired Qualifications
• Experience in the erecting, inspection, and use of scaffolding.
• Experience in the delivery of mobile crane operation or advanced rigging training and advanced knowledge of the Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual.
• Previous technical instructor experience desired, but not required
• Comfortable speaking in front of 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 room/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.

INTRODUCTION / BACKGROUND
The Volpentest HAMMER Federal Training Center (HAMMER) is a U. S. DOE training facility specializing in hands-on training for the Hanford Site.

Hoisting and rigging work poses numerous potential hazards: falling objects and debris, and dropped loads can cause severe injury or death. An error in rigging, gear failure, or standing in the wrong place when a lift is in progress can result in a worker being struck by the load as it shifts or swings unpredictably. When mobile cranes are used, the potential hazard created by the movement of the cab and counterweight can also result in a crushing injury.

Aerial lifts have replaced ladders and scaffolding on many job sites due to their mobility and flexibility. This versatility comes at a cost as many workers are injured or killed on aerial lifts each year by their misuse. Workers are injured from falls, objects falling from lifts, tip-overs, ejections from the lift platform, structural failures, electric shock, entanglement hazards, and contact with objects.

HAMMER's Hoisting and Rigging & Aerial Lift Training introduces students to the hazards of hoisting, rigging, and aerial lifts and how to recognize potentially dangerous work areas. The goal of the programs is to ensure that Hanford workers tasked with operating cranes, forklifts, and aerial lifts, and performing rigging duties are properly trained to work safely and incompliance with the rules and regulations that govern these operations on the Hanford Site.

The program covers the operation controls, inspection, maintenance, and repair of cranes, hoists, fork trucks, slings, rigging hardware, and hoisting equipment used on the Hanford Site. The Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Committee implements rules, regulations, and standards for hoisting and rigging activities through DOE-RL-92-36, Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual. HAMMER's role is to ensure hoisting and rigging training incorporates these rules, regulations, and standards into the Hoisting and Rigging courses.

The Hanford site work environment includes many structures that pose the risk of falls and, as a result, Fall Protection training is essential to the safety of workers involved in our clean-up mission. Falls can occur from moveable ladders, scaffolding, fixed ladders, and elevated work platforms and work areas, e.g. roofs, elevated equipment, pipe runs, etc. Recognizing the potential fall hazards and using the proper procedures and equipment can minimize the potential risks when working in these environments.
HAMMER Fall Protection training introduces students to; potential fall hazards and how to recognize potentially dangerous work areas; the latest fall protection practices; and literally places students in the seat of the harness of the fall protection equipment. Students participate in interactive, practical exercises that are conducted in a controlled, safe environment.

Workers who will be exposed to fall hazards at the Hanford site receive applicable fall protection training as directed in the Hanford Site-wide procedure, DOE-0346, Hanford Fall Protection Program. All HAMMER Fall Protection training complies with OSHA 1926.503, ANSI Z359.2, and the Site Program.

OBJECTIVE
MSA/HAMMER requires Subcontractor support to provide instructor support as requested. Training will be for common, site-wide training courses for Hanford Contractors. This training shall directly support the MSA’s commitment to the Hanford cleanup mission while reducing the risk to employee health, the environment and the public.

HAMMER requires instructor support for, but not limited to, the following Programs:
• Hoist & Rigging
• Fall Protection
• Safety & Health

DESCRIPTION OF WORK – SPECIFIC
Delivery of Training
Provide training, specifically, instructional services to the DOE, DOE’s 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 full-time Subcontractor instructor support will average 40 hours per week for the Subcontractor staff member assigned to this work scope. This is not a guaranteed number of hours; instructor support is strictly based on Hanford Site training demand.

This statement of work includes training support for, but not limited to, the following
training courses/program areas:

Hoist & Rigging
Examples of training subjects are:
• Basic Crane & Rigging Safety
• Forklift Safety
• Aerial Lift Safety
• Well Driller Rigging Safety
• Overhead Crane Safety
• Mobile Crane Safety

Fall Protection
Examples of training subjects are:
• Fall Protection
• Fall Hazard Recognition & Prevention
• Fall Protection Personnel Fall Arrest System (PFAS) Users

Safety & Health
Examples of training subjects are:
• Scaffold Safety
• Portable and Fixed Ladder Safety
• Hanford Site Confined Space Entry
• Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety
• Suspect and Counterfeit Items
• On The Job Trainer (OJT) Fundamentals
• On The Job Evaluator (OJE) Fundamentals

Please Note: Subcontractor instructors do not have to be skilled and experienced to train in ALL of the training program areas listed above. However, they do need to be skilled and experienced to train in hoisting & rigging and fall protection training program areas.


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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