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Provide fire protection technical support for the SRS Fire Protection Program and operating facilities on site. Work at the direction of a Technical Lead Engineer and/or Fire Protection Engineering Manager. The duties will include:
1. Work as a Principal Fire Protection Engineer (FPE) with demonstrated FPE subject matter expertise with industrial and nuclear Fire Protection suppression, alarms and detection requirements.
2. Provide technical direction and guidance in the development and implementation of the Fire Protection Program. As assigned, prepare building fire hazards analysis (FHA) for specific buildings and/or projects.
3. Develop and effectively utilize sound engineering principles and capabilities in the conduct of appropriate fire modeling, fire water and fire flow calculations.
4. Evaluate and develop cost-effective, safe alternative solutions and approaches in problem solving field issues in order to maintain compliance with codes and requirements consistent with safe practices and operations.
5. Develop and implement effective fire protection designs for compliance with fire codes, standards, and regulations.
6. Provide technical support/guidance to facility management and staff on all fire protection related issues including but not limited to installation, inspection, maintenance, and operations of fire protection systems and components.
7. Conduct facility evaluations/assessments for compliance with procedures and fire protection codes and standards, identify deficiencies, recommend corrective actions and provide the necessary technical support to resolve issues. Evaluate alternate means and methods for achieving code compliance.
8. Assist in the identification of consistent fire system inspection and testing program that satisfies the intent of the National Fire Codes, S/RID and DOE requirements.
9. Develop and maintain a working knowledge and understanding of SRNS 2Q Fire Protection Program Manual.
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). Workweek excludes SRNS holidays. SRNS Management will determine best schedule depending on work needs. Each workday has a 30-minute lunch unpaid.
Area Security Access:
A security clearance is not initially required: however, candidate must be capable of obtaining and maintaining a Q clearance to perform assigned duties.
BS graduate of an accredited fire protection engineering curriculum.
If working as a fire protection engineer without a fire protection degree, candidate must be a registered professional engineer in fire protection.
Minimum of 8 years of experience in fire protection engineering.
Must be capable of obtaining and maintaining a Q clearance
Familiarity with DOE orders/Guides and requirements with regards to fire safety as well has knowledge of NFPA codes and standards.
Have a strong working knowledge of National Fire Protection Association Codes and IBC regulatory requirements.
Experience with NFPA Codes and IBC regulatory requirements.
Candidate must be capable of becoming SRS Radiological Worker to qualified for this position.
Able to produce written documents with clearly organized structure and grammar with the ability to operate Windows Microsoft Office applications.
Ability to communicate orally with management, facility personnel, and DOE customers regarding fire protection issues and be able to perform walk down systems in the field.
Ability to walk down systems in the field.
Candidate must have the ability to obtain and maintain a Q security clearance
**Please submit your resume for review or contact our office for more details.
Pinnacle Specialty Group, Inc