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Edgewater is seeking qualified candidates for a Hoist and Rigging Workers Trainer Trainer opportunity for our customer in Richland, WA to support the Hanford Site.
Title: Building Trades Hoist & Rigging Worker Trainer Support at HAMMER
Close Date: 8/17/2020
Work Location / Potential Access Requirements: The primary location where this work scope shall be completed is the HAMMER Facility. Work will be performed in an office environment/conference/class room/HAMMER training props.
Mission Support Alliance (MSA) requires building and construction trades represented personnel to provide worker trainer support for the Hoist & Rigging training program at HAMMER.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK – SPECIFIC
MSA requires Subcontractor(s) to provide building and construction trades represented employees to support the position of Worker Trainers. The job of worker trainers is to be involved in all phases of course development and train fellow workers to work more safely by understanding course concepts and relating workplace procedures/processes to those concepts.
Teach knowledge-based objectives in a traditional classroom to include the following:
Hoist & Rigging:
• Overview of basic Hoist & Rigging Program
• Introduces students to the hazards of hoisting, rigging, and aerial lifts and how to recognize potentially dangerous work areas
• Utilizes a variety of teaching methodologies to meet the requirements of DOE/RL 92-36, Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual
• One-on-one practical exercises
• Deliver practical exams
The worker trainer(s) may also be asked to assist in training course curriculum development and review. The scheduling, coordination, and request for the support shall be initiated by the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR on an as-needed basis.
• The Subcontractor employee(s) shall be a Building Trades represented employee.
• The Subcontractor employee(s) shall have a high school diploma.
• The Subcontractor employee(s) shall have a minimum of 2 years of DOE Complex experience performing the work covered by the training program for which he/she is applying. Experience must be consistent with the material being presented.
• The Subcontractor employee(s) must have peer respect and be a journeyperson in good standing of a CWB&CTC affiliate. Documentation stating such from the Local Business Agent or Manager of the relevant union shall be provided by the Subcontractor for any individuals proposed.
o PLEASE NOTE: Any candidates submitted as a part of a Subcontractor’s proposal shall be pre-approved by the Central Washington Building & Construction Trades Council (CWB&CTC) Training Director in writing. Subcontractor shall request an email from the (CWB&CTC) Training Director, providing pre-approval of any candidates, as early in the process as possible so it can be included in the Subcontractor’s proposal. Subcontractor shall address their emails to: ^HAMMER Building Trades Training Liaison. Failure to include this pre-approval email as a part of the Subcontractor’s proposal will be an automatic disqualification.
• The Subcontractor employee(s) must have a commitment to health and safety in the workplace.
• The Subcontractor employee(s) must have health and safety knowledge and/or certifications awarded and maintained at no cost to MSA.
• The Subcontractor employee(s) must make a commitment to be available twelve weeks per year for classroom instruction as a Worker Trainer.
• The Subcontractor employee(s) must have an agreement from Subcontractor supervision to allow him/her to attend Train the Trainer and participate in the worker trainer program.
• The Subcontractor employee(s) must be assigned to day shift.
• The Subcontractor employee(s) must be a skilled worker who has a commitment to building skills as an adult educator and divide their time between their skills as a worker in the field, and continually improving their delivery skills for the health and safety training in the classroom.
• Demonstrated experience at Hanford Facilities and Hanford Projects
• Demonstrated knowledge of ongoing Hanford issues for the training program they would be supporting
• Experience presenting to large groups
• Strong customer service skills
• Strong presentation skills
Site Access and Work Hours
Non-standard hours of support may be required – including working overtime. In addition, some preparation/take down time may be required before and after a course is taught. 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. The Subcontractor shall confirm with the HAMMER individual identified by the BTR as to when the training is to start each day and on which days (of the week) the training will take place.
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/careers.
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!
TOP NOTCH BENEFITS
A comprehensive benefits package is available and can be structured to best suit your needs. Benefits include paid time off, medical, dental, life, vision, and disability insurance, and a pre-tax 401(k) retirement account with Company matching contributions.
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.