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Environmental Investigation & Remediation - Consultant and Specialist

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B. BACKGROUND
The RCRA Remediation Program is responsible for the investigation and remediation of the soil contamination. As DOE priorities change and funding becomes available projects will be moved into the contract and Base Period Performance Management Baseline (BPPMB) and will need to be planned in detail, including scheduling and estimating the work. Projects may also require oversight in the field of self-performed and subcontracted work. Reporting of completion of field work, results of investigations and remediation may also be required.

C. SCOPE: The Subcontractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, and other items and non-personal services necessary to perform the following as assigned:
 Provide technical support for the planning, implementation and closeout of RCRA Remediation projects, including development of work/implementation plans, performance of environmental investigation, remediation, decommissioning and demolition, and required reporting
 Using existing reports and plans help the project manager develop an Investigation Work Plan or Field Implementation Plan
 Under direction provide field oversight of self-performed or subcontracted work including record keeping and maintaining chain of custody for samples
 Provide input or quality assurance reviews of reports for completed investigations and remediation
D. SPECIFIC TASKS:
D.1 (Develop Project Planning Documents):
Task 1.1: Working with the Project Manager (PM), identify the scope of the assigned project.
Task 1.2: Evaluate the sites to be investigated and identify sufficient sampling so that if no contamination is found that nature and extent have been identified or additional sampling requirements would be minimal.
Task 1.3: Using existing reports and plans develop an Investigation Work Plan or Field
Implementation Plan.
D.2 (Provide Project Field Oversight):
Task 2.1: Provide field oversight of self-performed or subcontracted work including record keeping and maintaining chain of custody for samples.
D.3 (Support Project Reporting):
Task 3.1: Provide input to reports for completed investigations and remediation.
Task 3.2: Provide quality assurance reviews of reports for completed investigations and
remediation.

INDIVIDUAL SHOULD HAVE:
 Experience planning environmental investigation and remediation
 Experience performing environmental investigation and remediation
 Knowledge of and experience with New Mexico Environment (NMED) and Department of Energy (DOE) requirements and processes
 Experience in the investigation and remediation of hazardous and radioactive wastes
 Ability to research historical documents and plans to determine the appropriate actions to meet NMED and DOE requirements for investigation and remediation
 Ability to review analytical data and determine the appropriate course of action for investigation or remediation
 Ability to communicate effectively with individuals and teams
 Understanding of integrated work control practices


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