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Clearance preferred but not required.
$40 - $59hr
5+ years prior experience in construction or facility maintenance
• Maintain a formal project or facility logbook for
assigned facilities categorized as nuclear and/or
• Ensure the logbook is available for the Backup or
Assistant FM(s) to make entries and for review, as
• Review and concur with all alternate methods utilized
for tracking of surveillance, testing, and inspection
• Review Work Packages, Work Plans, and associated
revisions prior to approving work start.
• Include discussion of approved work as appropriate in
operations meetings such as the Plan of the Day.
• Maintain facility status and provide oversight of all
• Establish facility access controls.
• Prepare and/or support preparation of facility safety
• Serve as issuing authority for all work permits.The Facility Manager job family is responsible for the maintenance and operation of facilities in a safe and compliant manner to ensure activities are conducted within the approved Safety Basis and hazard analysis unique to all facilities under the scope of the contract.
• Approving, authorizing and releasing all work activities within assigned facilities prior to commencement of
those work activities.
• Maintaining up-to-date awareness of facility status and providing oversight of all authorized activities to ensure compliance with Safety Basis (SB) and procedural requirements.
• Establishing controls which ensure that authorized personnel may safely gain access to facilities, including rooftops
• Maintaining a formal facility log of significant information or events for assigned facilities and ensuring
availability of the logbook for the backup or assistant FM(s) to make entries and for review.
• Reviewing and concurring with the facility Configuration Management Plan (CMP) when a CMP is required.
• Serving as a core (voting) member of the Project Review Committee (PRC).
• Serving as a voting member of the Senior Management PRC whenever an activity/document associated with his/her facility is under review
• Managing and controlling facility related DOE Property, including assigned government furnished
• Preparing and maintaining facility SB documentation including hazards analyses (Fire Hazards Analysis,
Emergency Management Hazard Assessments, etc` ) Authorization Agreements, Nuclear Criticality Safety Evaluations (NCSE)/Determinations (NCSD)
• Implementing safeguards and security requirements associated with nuclear materials and other security matters.
• Planning and/or supporting readiness assessments.
• Serving as issuing authority for all work permits including radiological work permits, excavation/penetration permits, confined space permits, hot work permits, and lockout/tagout permits.
In addition, the following responsibilities apply to Nuclear Facility Managers:
• Authorizing all maintenance, calibration, testing, or inspection activities performed on facility Active Safety Systems and credited Design Features.
• Making facility SB/Technical Safety Requirements (TSR) operability determinations for facility Active
• Making functional capability determinations for SB/TSR credited Design Features, defense-in-depth and protected assumptions involving physical controls that are included in the facility CMP.
• Reviewing assigned facility SB documentation, including revisions to identify and/or concur with all
Structures, Systems or Components (SSC) designated as Defense-in-Depth, Safety Significant, or Safety
• Approving all changes including additions, revisions, and deletions, to the UCOR-4107, List of Active Safety Systems and List of Design Features, for assigned facilities.
• Ensuring that a process is established and maintained for planning, scheduling, tracking and statusing of all surveillance and testing actions required by the facility SB/TSR.
• Establishing a master surveillance schedule to identify when SB/TSR surveillance or testing activity is
required and the current status of the activity.
• Ensuring that Field Change Requests (FCR) are prepared for modifications to facility SSC.
• Identification of the facilities for which UCOR is responsible under the Prime Contract.
• Delineation of facility boundaries and interface management responsibilities, including those for shared site systems and infrastructure (fire protection, criticality alarms, utilities, etc.).
• Facility safety, including nuclear, industrial and environmental safety.
• Facility radiological protection.
• Environmental permitting and compliance associated with facilities.