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3.1 Performance Requirements:
3.1.1 Duties
Extensive knowledge of quality and safety requirements for the nuclear industry and general industrial practices. Develop and revise Quality procedures in accordance with SRNS requirements, applicable standards (e.g., NQA-1-2019), and government regulations. Works with both Quality, Procurement, Engineering, and Operations Departments to create, revise and approve documents to be used by procurement for the purchase of material and services.
Subcontractor must successfully complete the duties assigned in 3.1.1 above, as demonstrated during the period of performance and verified by the service provider’s manager or designee on a weekly basis.
Subcontractor shall be responsible for the management and execution of assigned programs/projects in accordance with the requirements of SRNS, and the operating policies and principles. The Subcontractor is accountable for the execution of the work in accordance with the quality standards and required specifications for the project.

Education: PhD or master’s degree with specialized technical training or bachelor’s degree with extensive, highly specialized training.

Experience: Minimum 15 years supporting commercial or federal science, nuclear engineering or other task relevant programs or projects; typically, 10 or more

years in a management role. Typical Duties (not inclusive): Project leader, technical organization analysis, planning, project coordination, etc.

3.1.2 Experience / Skills
• Foster a work environment that promotes safety, quality, openness, trust, communication, teamwork, and customer satisfaction.
• Perform supplier related surveillances in accordance with Supplier Surveillance Plans. Document
• Review product and process compliance with all specified drawings, specifications, and other requirements through inspection and/or review of supplied materials and equipment.
• Ensure nuclear Commercial Grade Dedication requirements are applied to material dedications for use in safety applications when applicable during field related inspections.
• Participate or Lead Supplier Quality Assurance audits
• Perform internal audits against either NQA-1-2008/2009a or NQA-1-2019 requirements
• Review and comment on selected engineering and procurement documents (e.g., SOW) to ensure the inclusion of applicable technical and quality requirements.
• Experienced with performance of assessments to ensure implementation of the Quality Assurance program (e.g., management assessments, internal assessments, and surveillances).
• Review/Approve Design Output Documents, Work Instructions (Work Packages), Inspection & Test Plans, and Nonconformance Reports
• Develop/Revise Quality procedures in accordance with customer requirements, applicable standards (e.g., NQA-1-2019), and government regulations.
• Desire to cross train to support performance of Quality Control Inspections.
• Experience with multiple disciplines (e.g., Certified Welding Inspector) is preferred but not required.
• Ability to obtain a Q Level Security Clearance
3.2 SRNS Furnished Material, Equipment, and Services
• SRNS will furnish material, equipment, or services as necessary to support NNSA Capital Projects. This may include a government computer and/or other electronic devices as deemed required by SRNS technical personnel and to include office space as necessary to conduct work activities under the subcontract. SRNS will provide training and property passes as needed.
• When authorized as part of this subcontract, travel expenses incurred in performance of this Task shall be reimbursed in accordance with the SRNS General Travel Regulations established in the Statement of work terms and conditions.
3.3 Site Conditions
• Subcontractor personnel work shall be performed at SRS and various off-site locations (e.g., supplier shops). Subcontractor personnel will receive SRS General Employee Training and other training necessary to work at SRS. While on-site, subcontractor personnel shall be required to comply with the SRS Employee Safety Manual.
3.4 Period of Performance Schedule
• Work schedule will be a nominal 40-hour work week but can be part-time or with interruption between on-site requirements dependent on the support requirements necessary for the project. It is estimated that each standard year will consist of two-thousand and eighty hours. Estimated travel is 80%.
• The period of performance shall be for a period of one year from award of this agreement with two, one-year options.
3.5 Qualification Criteria
• The Subcontractor shall provide one Quality Engineer, (Technical Support Specialist-5, CLIN12), as defined in the “Statement of Work Program and Project Management (BOA) for NNSA Capital Services for: All NNSA Capital Projects” (SOW-508192) attachment A, table entitled, "Approved Labor Categories.”
• An active DOE clearance is not initially required to perform assigned duties. Subcontract personnel must have the ability to obtain and maintain a DOE "Q" security clearance. After award, the selected uncleared candidate may be required to apply for a DOE clearance.
• Must be a US Citizen.

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