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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
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.
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
Work experience at a DOE Site, Nuclear Industrial Site, Industrial Manufacturing, Oil, Gas, or Chemical Processing Facility is preferred.
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.
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.
Formal procedure certification (e.g. Procedure Professionals Association Procedure Writers 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