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Plan, schedule, conduct, or coordinate detailed phases of commissioning/startup or testing for a project exercising independent judgment in the evaluation, selection, application, substantial adaption, and modification of standard techniques, guidelines, procedures, and criteria.
AREA SECURITY ACCESS:
Candidate must have the ability to obtain and maintain a DOE “Q” security clearance. Supplier shall possess a positive FOCI determination from DOE which includes the “Q” security clearance level. An active DOE clearance is not initially required to perform assigned duties. After award, the selected candidate will be notified when to apply for a clearance based on work assignments. Candidate who has had an active “Q” clearance within the past two years is preferred.
A 40-hour work week is scheduled. SRNS utilizes various work schedules; including 5/8s (8 hours/day; five days per week), 4/10s (10 hours/day; four days per week), and 9/80s (9 hours/day, five days on week A and 4 days on week B). Work week excludes SRNS holidays. SRNS Management will determine appropriate schedule depending on work needs. Each workday has an unpaid 30-minute lunch break.
The Commissioning/Startup Engineer should have a bachelor’s degree in an applicable science or engineering discipline with at least 10 years’ equivalent experience or a MS Degree in an applicable science or engineering discipline with at least 8 years equivalent experience. Yes
Experience/Skills(17 Qualification records)
Demonstrated previous experience with the use and implementation of SRS Manual 5E, Startup Test Program (or similar), and related directives and standards (preferred).
More than 5 years of proven field accomplishments in DOE nuclear or SRS facilities with emphasis in Startup, Commissioning and Testing (preferred).
Provide proof of a demonstrated understanding of Training and Qualification of Startup, Commissioning and Testing personnel in accordance with approved Training and Qualification Programs.
Have experience meeting DOE Order 413.3B line-item project requirements for engineering organizations (or equivalent commercial nuclear facility experience).
Active “Q” security clearance within past two years preferred.
Ability to qualify as a Level II or Level III Test Engineer. Yes
Aid in the development of planning strategies for effective execution of Startup, Commissioning and Testing activities. Yes
Develop test procedures and test instructions and execute test procedures or test instructions including, but not limited to directing personnel in the execution of test procedures or test instructions. Yes
Prepare turnover documents and turnover walkdowns as well as document test/project close out. Yes
Significant experience in compliance and implementation of Conduct of Operations, Conduct of Testing, Conduct of Engineering, and Conduct of Maintenance Yes
Demonstrated previous experience in developing, reviewing, approval and presenting Technical Work Documents. Yes
Possess more than 5 years of proven field accomplishments in high hazard nuclear facilities with emphasis in Startup, Commissioning and Testing or equivalent commercial new build nuclear facilities. Yes
Ability to sit, stand, or walk short distances, climb stairs, stoop, kneel, or bend on an occasional basis. Lift, push or pull up to 27 pounds on an occasional basis. Yes
Ability to use hands to grasp, lift, handle, carry or feel objects on a frequent basis and reach above shoulder heights and below the waist. Yes
Demonstrated personal accountability for facility/project schedules, deadlines, budgets, and the safe performance of work. Yes
Ability to obtain and maintain a DOE “Q” security clearance Yes
Possess a positive FOCI determination from DOE which includes a “Q” security clearance level (or “Q” if a “Q” cleared candidate is proposed). Yes
Licenses(3 Qualification records)
Telephone/Webex/Teams interview to validate resume/submittal data may occur. Telephone number and email address of the candidate is required with the proposal.
Reference check to evaluate performance capability may occur
Offeror must identify sub-tier company if applicable with proposal. (Reference BOA Article regarding Limitations on Subcontracting.) Yes Yes