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The Geology Engineer provides technical support services for regulatory and technical support related to modifications to the Hazardous Waste Facility Permit (Permit) and the 2020 Renewal Permit Application. Duties include performing geological assessments in support of Permit Modification Requests (PMRs), support for document preparation, editing and review including updating original work related to the geological characterization of the WIPP site and region around the site, attending meetings and presenting information, and providing oral and written testimony in support of hearings for the renewal application and for the Class 3 PMR, Excavation of New Shaft and Associated Drifts.
Although not inclusive, job duties include:
Performing geological assessments in support of Permit Modification Requests (PMRs)
Support for document preparation
Editing and review including updating original work related to the geological characterization of the WIPP site and region around the site
Attending meetings and presenting information
Providing oral and written testimony in support of hearings for the renewal application and for the Class 3 PMR, Excavation of New Shaft and Associated Drifts
Must have an advanced degree in Geology or Geological Engineering
Must have a minimum of 20 years job experience, in addition to educational requirements
DOE experience, preferred
Thorough understanding of engineering principles, theories and concepts and microcomputer applications
Ability to deliver oral presentations to convey technical findings and recommendations
Ability to write, clear, concise and organized memos and reports
Sound communication skills to effectively interface with internal and external customers
Able to work well in the field and take ownership of assigned system equipment mechanical and electrical control systems
Able to work with groups to provide overlapping support to other engineers while possibly working on several assigned tasks
Able to clearly communicate technical information to non-technical personnel both verbally as well as in writing
Able to expand skill set beyond own discipline to include understanding of control systems, interfaces with other electrical, mechanical, and structural systems
Able to work in an industrial and construction site environment including walking over uneven surfaces, in the underground mine, and over long distances with periods of standing
Native American & Veteran Hiring Preferences will be applied in accordance with WFS policy.
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