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Principal Procedures System Specialist

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DUTIES:
Provide support in the preparation, development and writing of new or revised technical and / or administrative procedural documents in accordance with applicable requirements for procedural document administration. General responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Comply with all applicable M&O Contractor Site Programs Requirements
• Develop and / or revise operational, technical and / or administrative procedural documents in accordance with site requirements, standards and approved formats / templates
• Ensure procedural documents are developed, reviewed, approved by appropriate personnel
• Ensure procedural documents are routed for review / approval via a management approved method for electronic review and approval (e.g. Automated Procedure System (APS), or Smart Plant Foundation (SPF)
• Ensure that operational, technical, administrative and program requirements are accurately integrated into procedural documents
• Ensure technical and applicable requirements documents such as vendor manuals, diagrams, charts, engineering drawings, technical specifications and SRIDs are reviewed and are accurately integrated into procedural documents
• Prepare, route and track procedural documents through all stages of the review / approval cycle
• Ensure that all procedural document review comments are properly dispositioned, documented and incorporated as applicable
• Assemble and maintain the appropriate documentation for the procedural document history files
• Ensure that Assisted Hazard Analysis (AHA) has been performed, as applicable, for all assigned technical procedural documents
• Ensure that all applicable/appropriate controls to eliminate / mitigate hazards are incorporated into assigned procedural documents per the AHA
• Participate in SRS Behavior Based Safety (BBS) and Continuous Improvement Programs
• Perform other administrative duties as requested

• Perform document control and distribution functions as directed
• Perform Peer reviews as requested / assigned
• Perform Quality Check as requested / assigned
• Perform Procedure Walk-downs / Validations as appropriate
• Perform records processing and indexing as requested
• Prepare and assemble procedural document history files
• Successfully complete all required training
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:
• Bachelors of Science Degree and at least 10 years of procedure related work experience in one or more of the following: procedure development, procedure systems administration, procedure management, procedure design, procedure writing and editing.
• Or Associates Degree and at least 14 years of procedure related work experience in one or more of the following: procedure development, procedure systems administration, procedure management, procedure design, procedure writing and editing.
• Or At least 18 years of procedure related work experience in one or more of the following: procedure development, procedure systems administration, procedure management, procedure design, procedure writing and editing.
Experience
& Skills:
• Must have proficient computer and word processing skills and a working knowledge of word processing and graphics applications
• Must have the interpersonal skills required to establish and cultivate positive working relationships and interfaces with both internal and external customers
Note
Work experience at a DOE Site, Nuclear Industrial Site, Industrial Manufacturing, Oil, Gas, or Chemical Processing Facility is preferred.
Additional
Requirements:
• U.S. Citizen
• Candidate must be physically able to perform procedure walk-downs
• Candidate must be able to obtain and maintain Radiation Worker Qualifications, as requested
• Capable of working a flexible work schedule.

Work Hours: A 40-hour work week is scheduled. SRNS utilizes various work scheduled including 5/8s (8 hours per day, 5 days per week), 4/10s (10 hours per day, 4 days per week), and 9/80s (9 hours per day 4 days per week plus 8 hours on the first Friday, second week 9 hours per day 4 days per week, off second Friday). The work week excludes SRNS holidays. Each workday has a 30-minute non-paid lunch.

Area Security
Access: Candidate must be able to obtain a “Q” clearance. Additionally, if requested, candidate must be able to meet and maintain Human Reliability Program (HRP) requirements.
DESIRED SKILLS:
• Formal procedure certification (e.g. Procedure Professionals Association Procedure Writer’s Certification)
• Current or former US Government Security Clearance
• Information Technology training and/or experience
• Microsoft Template experience and/or training
• Experience with the SRS procedure control process is highly desired.
• Emergency Management and/or safeguards and security work experience


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