Nuclear Test Reactor Program Coordinator Job Description Sample
Future Nuclear Senior Reactor Operators/Ilt-Braidwood Station, IL
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Exelon Generation is looking to hire their next class of future Senior Reactor Operators (SROs) at our Braidwood Nuclear Station in Braceville, IL (65 miles SW of Chicago, IL)
Note: All candidates will be asked for transcripts. Navy Nuclear candidates will be asked to provide Transcripts and 2 or 3 of the following: occupation/training awards history, DD214 or the fitness and counseling evaluations with personal and medical information blacked out.
PRIMARY PURPOSE OF POSITION:
The Initial License Trainee (ILT) attends initial certification class to obtain their Senior Reactor Operator (SRO) License from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). Upon certification and subsequently passing the NRC license examination, they will be fully licensed to supervise the operations of the nuclear reactor control room as an Operations Shift Supervisor.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES for INITIAL LICENSE TRAINING:
Candidates attend class with the intent of attaining an SRO License
complete ILT Fundamentals, Systems and Simulator Phases
complete Simulator Certification
acquire SRO status
attain NRC SRO License
Study time, field time needed to attain active licensed status
Project work, outage assignments, or duties as assigned to support the site operations
POSITION SCOPE for INITIAL LICENSE TRAINING:
Through classroom, simulator and on-the-job experiences, develop the required skills and knowledge to qualify as a senior reactor operator license holder.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES for Operations Shift Supervisor once SRO license is obtained:
Supervise, control, coordinate, and provide training on plant evolutions
Coordinate and control maintenance and testing activities
Administer Operations processes (clearance and tagging, caution card, etc)
Analyze complex plant activities and evolutions to provide proper operations focus and ensure error-free performance with emphasis on human performance practices
Ensure completion of scheduled activities
Investigate off-normal system/plant status to correctly diagnose and correct problems
Supervise and coordinate Main Control Room personnel during planned plant evolutions in accordance with Exelon and site-specific procedures and standards.
Supervise and coordinate Main Control Room personnel response to unplanned transients in accordance with Exelon and site-specific procedures and standards.
POSITION SCOPE for Operations Shift Supervisor once SRO license is obtained:
The Operations Shift Supervisor acts as a decision-making authority during the shift to provide instructions and guidance to operation personnel to ensure plant operations are conducted in an effective, safe, and consistent manner in accordance with the operating licenses, plant procedures, regulatory requirements, and established standards.
HS Diploma or equivalent
Recommended on both POSS and BMST employment tests
Positive FLS Assessment
AND one of the following:
1 year Reactor Operator license at a comparable PWR facility or 1.5 years at a BWR facility for PWR
2 years position equivalent to Reactor Operator (or Supervisor) at military reactor (Power Plant Watch Engineer, Engineering Watch Supervisor, Reactor Operator, Engineering Officer of the Watch, Propulsion Plant Watch Supervisor) Must have 24 months qualified and does not count the watch qualification process.
BS or equivalent in engineering, engineering technology or physical sciences, or professional engineer license, and more than 18 months[NKW4] qualified non-licensed operator or a supervisor or manager in work control, operations, engineering, outage management, maintenance, radiation protection, chemistry or training at current or comparable (PWR) facility. Managerial, staff engineer, or supervisor experience at non-comparable plant may be credited on a 1.5:1.0 basis (i.e. over 27 months required for non-comparable facility)
- Through classroom, simulator and on-the-job experiences develop the required skills and knowledge to qualify as a senior reactor operator license holder.
Exelon is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and employees or applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law.
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Chief Engineer / Nuclear Reactor Safety Systems / Grand Prairie, TX
Job Description: :
Chief Engineer for programs which provide our customers products for commercial nuclear Instrumentation and Control applications including Reactor Protection, Engineered Safety Features, Post Accident Monitoring, Integrated Control, Plant Computer and Control Room Design. This position will operationally report to the LM Commercial Nuclear Systems Chief Engineer, with direct reporting to the LM Energy line of business Chief Engineer.
Candidates must possess demonstrated strong leadership and negotiating skills to interface effectively with nuclear utility management and execute large contracts. The position is responsible for supporting the program area in meeting all commitments including technical performance, regulatory compliance, schedule, and cost for this particular contract.
Manages the resource deployment, planning, design, engineering, manpower estimating, production support, and testing of program deliverables, including Instrumentation and Control products for commercial nuclear instrumentation and control applications.
Responsible for all aspects of technical performance and delivery of technical products throughout the requirements, design, implementation and test life cycle phases.
Prepares bid sheets, work packages and supports contract development for follow on contracts.
Must have the experience, drive, and demonstrated capability to lead a team of approximately 40 engineers of varying disciplines and to provide technical excellence and mission success.
Requires excellent leadership skills and demonstration of all the tenants of Full Spectrum Leadership in previous assignments.
Requires effective task organization and communication skills to lead a team of engineers to evaluate, design, build, and test instrumentation and control systems for commercial nuclear power applications.
Work with commercial nuclear plant licensees and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to obtain a usable Safety Evaluation Report (SER) for safety-related Instrumentation and Control systems .
Monitor risks to the programs and close existing and future audit gap findings through corrective actions. Continuous assessment and updating staffing needs is also required.
Customer negotiations as required to establish solid exit criteria for deliverable items.
Excellent oral and written communication skills are a must. The successful candidate will be required to communicate technical status and issues internally to program leadership, technical leadership and functional leadership as well as externally to the customer.
Working knowledge of dealing with subcontractors and subcontract technical management is a plus.
Domestic travel will be required; a travel requirement of approximately 50 to70% is needed to support this contract for at least 6 months.
Relocation: Relocation assistance is possible for this position.
The Locale: Grand Prairie is part of the "Mid-Cities" region in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex which is in the North Central region of Texas. Grand Prairie is a suburb of both Dallas and Fort Worth. The region offers a great cost of living combined with a robust economy and a pleasant climate. The Mid-Cities is the suburban region filling the thirty-mile span between Dallas and Fort Worth. These communities include the cities of Arlington, Irving, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Southlake, Colleyville, HEB (Hurst, Euless and Bedford), NRH (North Richland Hills and Richland Hills), Haltom City, Watauga, and Keller, along with multiple other smaller towns such as Trophy Club and Roanoke and together represent more people than either Dallas or Fort Worth.
Must have ability to obtain a Secret security clearance
B.S. in engineering or technical degree
Technical management experience and proven budget management experience
Proven schedule development and implementation experience
Demonstrated ability to effectively manage change, identify issues, work with stakeholders to develop solutions
Demonstrated ability as team player to build consensus among peers and build effective relationships with multiple customers
Experience leading large and complex teams
Excellent customer and company interface background
Outstanding communication skills
Ability to make sound technical decisions and drive towards a system design to meet requirements
Ability to make good decisions with limited data Management skills (planning, cost / schedule control, delegation, etc.)
Must be able to travel
Leadership skills (Full Spectrum Leadership characteristics)
Experience with commercial nuclear power instrumentation and control systems
Experience with digital instrumentation and control licensing issues and US NRC
Experience in maturing hardware from development to production
Experience with equipment qualification testing
Experience with safety culture associated with commercial nuclear projects
Experience with commercial grade dedication of safety related products and services
Experience in all program phases and ability to work with teams in all phases
As a leading technology innovation company, Lockheed Martin's vast team works with partners around the world to bring proven performance to our customers' toughest challenges. Lockheed Martin has employees based in many states throughout the U.S., and Internationally, with business locations in many nations and territories.
Join us at Lockheed Martin, where we're engineering a better tomorrow.
Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
Job Location(s): Grand Prairie Texas
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Commercial Nuclear - Bellefonte
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Nuclear Systems Test Engineer
Job Description: Job Number: R0020913
Booz Allen Hamilton has been at the forefront of strategy and technology for more than 100 years. Today, the firm provides management and technology consulting and engineering services to leading Fortune 500 corporations, governments, and not-for-profits across the globe. Booz Allen partners with public and private sector clients to solve their most difficult challenges through a combination of consulting, analytics, mission operations, technology, systems delivery, cybersecurity, engineering and innovation expertise.
Nuclear Systems Test Engineer
Define, document, analyze, perform, and interpret developmental tests for new or modified products or product components. Investigate and resolve operational problems in conjunction with other engineering and technical personnel. Provide technical support and advice to other engineering groups. Participate in the development, maintenance, and refinement of internal quality control and reliability programs. Lead or direct projects, as needed and assist with the review and evaluation of personnel performance. Act as a liaison with other departments, divisions, and organizations, as needed. Evaluate progress and results, recommend major changes in procedures, and operate with considerable latitude for unreviewed action or decision.
6+ years of experience with ICBM facilities maintenance
Experience with project management, including cost schedule and performance responsibilities
Experience with DoD test and evaluation processes
Active Top Secret clearance
HS diploma or GED
Experience with DoD system acquisitions programs
Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills, including technical writing, briefing technical and non-technical audiences, and serving as liaison to project managers, development teams, and business stakeholders
BA or BS degree
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Top Secret clearance is required.
Integrating a full range of consulting capabilities, Booz Allen is the one firm that helps clients solve their toughest problems by their side to help them achieve their missions. Booz Allen is committed to delivering results that endure.
We are proud of our diverse environment, EOE, M/F/Disability/Vet.
Test Engineer - Test Program Specialist 3 (785-2018)
This position directly supports the NIST-1 Test Facility Manager. Responsibility includes developing, performing and providing oversight of tests for the design certification and commercialization of the NuScale SMR. Tests conducted support software validation, methodology improvements, margin quantification and potentially environmental qualification of reactor instrumentation, structures, systems and components. This position requires prior testing experience, or experience with system analysis or system thermal-hydraulics.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Become a qualified Test Operator and Test Director of a scaled integral system test facility.
Safely perform and document tests per defined procedures and in compliance with applicable quality program requirements.
Oversee test day operations while serving as customer interface.
Develop and review test procedures in accordance with customer supplied test specifications.
Complete pre-test analyses for informing test progression and evaluating test acceptance.
Direct facility configuration for testing using work authorization forms.
Perform Test Readiness Reviews with the customer.
Perform pre/post-test safety briefings.
Oversee/perform post-test data evaluation to identify potential anomalies.
Document non-conformances reports and seek resolution with customer when data affecting.
Develop and review Final Test Reports that summarize test program results.
Update facility drawings, documentation, and records to ensure configuration control.
Develop and review technical evaluations and dedication plans in support of commercial grade dedication (CGD) of calibration services.
Comply with internal and commercial nuclear power industry codes, standards and procedures.
Enforce stringent NQA-1, 10CFR50 Appendix B and 10CFR Part 21 quality requirements.
Perform other duties as assigned.
CORE COMPETENCIES: To perform the job successfully, the individual should demonstrate competencies in performing the essential functions of this position by performing satisfactorily in each of these competencies.
Problem solving: Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner, gathers and reviews information appropriately. Uses own judgment and acts independently; seeks input from other team members as appropriate for complex or sensitive situations.
Oral/written communication: Listens carefully and speaks clearly and professionally in all situations. Edits work for accuracy and clarity. Is able to create, read and interpret complex written information. Able to develop strong interpersonal networks within the organization.
Planning/organizing: Prioritizes and plans work activities, organizes personal and project timelines and deadlines, tracks project timelines and deadlines, and uses time efficiently.
Adaptability: Adapts to changes in the work environment, manages competing demands and is able to deal with frequent interruptions, changes, delays, or unexpected events. Working on a test facility will require periodically working non-standard shifts.
Dependability: Consistently on time and at work, responds to management expectations and solicits feedback to improve performance.
Safety and security: Observes safety and security procedures and uses equipment and materials properly.
MINIMUM SKILLS, QUALIFICATIONS AND ABILITIES:
Education: A minimum of a B.S. degree in Mechanical, Nuclear or Chemical Engineering from a four year accredited college or university. An advanced degree with a focus in thermal-hydraulics is preferred.
Experience: Minimum of 5 years of experience in analyzing results from physical test facilities; or experience with operating, developing, or managing testing of fluid, mechanical or electro-mechanical hardware or devices; or working in a related field that relies on thermal-hydraulic or test program data for validation. Individuals with an advanced degree will be credited with one to two years of work experience depending on their degree and field of study. Working knowledge of RELAP is preferred. A working knowledge of physical thermal-hydraulic test facilities is preferred.
Eligible to work under Department of Energy 10 CFR Part 810.
Overall Job Knowledge and Performance: In-depth understanding of engineering concepts, principles, theories.
Strong technical writing skills. Good communication, computer, presentation and interpersonal skills. Exceptional organization skills and ability to manage complex projects with multiple work phases.
Quality Assurance: Demonstrated understanding and implementation of quality assurance regulations, standards and guidelines of 10 CFR 50 Appendix B, 10 CFR 21, and NQA-1.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Ability to understand and communicate clearly using a phone, personal interaction, and computers.
Ability to learn new job functions and comprehend and understand new concepts quickly and apply them accurately in a rapidly evolving environment.
The employee frequently is required to: sit and stand; walk; bend; use hands to operate office equipment; climb ladders; use hands to operate hand tools, and reach with hands and arms.
Ability to travel nationally and locally using common forms of transportation.
Ability to lift 15 to 20 lbs. packages.
Disclaimer: Employee(s) must perform the essential duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodation efficiently and accurately without causing significant safety threat to self or others. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employee(s) assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and/or skills required of all employees in this classification.
644667_8 - Nuclear Program Analyst/Engineer
Leidos has an opening for a mid-to-senior level Nuclear Program Analyst/Engineer in Albuquerque, New Mexico*.
- Relocation assistance may be available
The Analyst/Engineer will serve as a Program Advisor to a National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Federal Program Manager (FPM) on program management issues, as well as program liaison technical support with other NNSA, Department of Defense (DoD), and Department of Energy (DOE) organizations that support an NNSA Defense Programs mission.
The position will provide programmatic technical assistance support as the FPM directs and manages the mission, and with communicating Management and Operations (M&O) performance requirements across the nuclear security enterprise. The Nuclear Program Analyst/Engineer will support the FPM in the coordination of activities across the geographically dispersed M&O contractors, analyze and advise on matters pertaining to planning, integrating, and meeting policies, programs, and procedures, and assist with development of guidance for resolving issues crossing multiple weapons systems and in other areas requiring technical assistance support.
This is a full-time contractor-support position located on-site at the NNSA Albuquerque Complex in Albuquerque, NM.
Provide management technical assistance support on the status of projects including tracking and reporting programmatic status/issues such as funding information, obligations and expenditures, and performance metrics.
Analyzing cost, scope, schedule, risk, and budgets of large NNSA acquisition programs and providing technical support and advice to the Federal Program Manager as program decisions are made.
Identifying and analyzing deficiencies in resources, work scope, and scheduling including evaluating deviations from standards, established cost, schedule, and technical baselines; make recommendations.
Assisting with interfaces with Department of Defense, and design and production agencies.
Providing technical advice and support to Federal staff to ensure that technical plans and solutions are proceeding on schedule and that deliverables conform to customer requirements, quality control standards, and negotiated metrics.
Assessing impact, dependencies and trends on major programs and develop recommendations for improvements or revisions.
Assisting FPM with implementing solutions, processes, and policies.
Providing draft responses to high level, directed, critical laboratory/plant or facilities management issues and concerns.
Communicating complex and controversial concepts to the FPM for supporting program and budget execution.
Serving as subject matter expert technical advisor to the FPM and staff to resolve emerging issues and problems.
External Referral Eligible
Minimum of 15 years of related technical experience, including: program management and experience managing nuclear weapons system sustainment or acquisition. Experience in managing large or multi-site construction projects could substitute on year-for-year basis.
Minimum BA/BS degree in science, engineering, technical, or financial undergraduate degree; MA/MS preferred.
Active DOE Q and/or DoD TS clearance required.
Knowledge of program and project management/scheduling tools and techniques.
Experience with construction, manufacturing and production floor in military, government, or corporate environments.
Proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite with particular emphasis on word processing, presentation, and spreadsheet applications (MS Word, MS PowerPoint, and MS Excel).
Excellent written and verbal communication skills with demonstrated experience in developing briefings for senior and executive managers.
Ability to travel is required.
Nuclear weapons and delivery platforms experience desired.
Comprehensive knowledge of the range of administrative laws, policies, regulations, and business practices applicable to the management of stockpile management activities preferred.
Interagency experience preferred.
Experience managing interdisciplinary teams strongly preferred.
Ability to interact with senior management required, experience interacting with members of Congress or their staff preferred.
Leidos is a global science and technology solutions leader working to solve the world's toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets. The company's 33,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported pro forma annual revenues of approximately $10 billion for the fiscal year ended January 1, 2016 after giving effect to the recently completed combination of Leidos with Lockheed Martin's Information Systems & Global Solutions business (IS&GS). For more information, visit www.Leidos.com. The company's diverse employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Qualified women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. Leidos will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories for employment in accordance with relevant Laws. Leidos is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Nuclear Security Outreach Program Officer-Active Secret Clearance
Washington , DC
Engineering & Sciences
CSRA is seeking a National Security Professional to provide on-site client support to the U.S. Department of State's Partnership for Nuclear Threat Reduction (PNTR) Program.
Candidate will work closely with an array of public and private sector counterparts in the U.S. and abroad to devise and execute program activities intended to reduce nuclear threats globally. The candidate will provide technical assistance in developing, implementing, and coordinating counter-North Korea efforts, as well as select nuclear security projects in key partner countries. The candidate will be responsible for programmatic and technical oversight of PNTR activities in several priority countries and will work closely with counterparts in foreign governments, technical experts, and others to devise and execute program activities. The candidate will also be responsible for supporting policy development within the State Department and coordinating with other U.S. Government departments and agencies.
The candidate should have experience with program management and policy analysis, work well in a collaborative environment, think creatively, thrive under pressure, and be able to adjust to shifting priorities quickly. Candidates will possess effective diplomatic, time management, and oral and written communication skills. Candidates must also have an understanding of the various international regimes and policies related to nuclear nonproliferation and awareness of broader international nuclear security efforts. PNTR also works to strengthen nuclear security practices around the world to prevent personnel from sabotaging nuclear infrastructure or diverting nuclear material, technology, or expertise. In particular, PNTR works to mitigate threats from radicalized or coerced personnel at sensitive nuclear facilities.
Duties and responsibilities under this opportunity include, but are not limited to:
Managing technical experts and conducting trainings and other activities to build partner capacity to counter North Korea's nuclear and missile programs, prevent insider threats at nuclear facilities, and control the spread of nuclear material and expertise;
Briefing high-level officials with the Department of State on PNTR programmatic activities;
Identifying innovative program management approaches that improve CTR's ability to conduct international threat reduction programs;
Developing and enacting engagement strategies to support the President's campaign to counter North Korea's nuclear and missile programs and other nuclear threat reduction priorities;
Participating in the review of proposals with USG interagency stakeholders and making recommendations concerning the approval of proposals;
Representing CTR in domestic and foreign meetings as required, and additional tasks in support of CTR at home or abroad as assigned;
Cooperating with partners in the U.S. interagency to align CTR engagements with other U.S. government nonproliferation programs
active secret clearance
The candidate must possess outstanding communication, diplomacy, team work, and project management skills. Prior experience working on USG international nonproliferation policy or programmatic efforts is also desired.
The candidate must possess an active U.S. Government security clearance.
The candidate must possess a minimum of a graduate degree and substantive background in sanctions, proliferation financing, nuclear science, global security, or engineering is helpful but not required.
International travel is required to perform the work.
Foreign language ability is a plus.
Ability to excel in a fast-paced environment; strong interpersonal skills
CSRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all Qualified Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to Race, Color, Religion, Sex, National Origin, Disability Status, Protected Veteran Status or any other Characteristic Protected by Law.
Program Director, Nuclear Manufacturing
On time, on budget delivery of strategic business projects with aggressive timelines
Effectively document scope, estimate cost, and create a detailed schedule for large, complex, cross-functional projects and programs
Ensure effective, nimble controls are in place and manage risks, issues, changes, decisions, cost, resources, and schedule; connect short-term demands to long-term implications, in alignment with the supporting business case
Assist in drafting and negotiating firm contracts, ensuring supplier delivers on time, on budget
Effectively manage multiple projects or programs, prioritizing multiple tasks while meeting deadlines; communicate project status (health, forecast, issues, risks, etc.) to leadership and stakeholders in an open and honest fashion
Ensure team is successful by addressing workload priorities, removing obstacles, facilitating issue resolution
Effectively balance competing project constraints including but not limited to scope, quality, schedule, funding, budget, resources, and risk, to manage project success
Mentor less experienced colleagues
Program Manager, Nuclear Security Engagement
I. JOB OVERVIEW
Job Description Summary:
The George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs is one of the world's leading schools of international affairs and one of the largest schools of international affairs in the United States. Located in the heart of Washington, D.C., its mission is to educate the next generation of international leaders, conduct research that advances understanding of important global issues, and engage the policy community in the United States and around the world.
The Nuclear Security Working Group (NSWG) is a nonpartisan group of senior foreign policy experts who work behind the scenes to promote informed discourse on nuclear security issues. NSWG members have served with distinction at the highest levels of government, the armed services, and academia. Through frequent meetings, conferences and routine exchanges among members, the NSWG enables leading global experts in international security and nuclear issues to cultivate and share expertise and collaborate on common objectives. The group conducts its activities in a not-for-attribution setting, enabling members and participants to freely express their thoughts and ideas. NSWG regularly engages with senior administration officials and members of both parties on Capitol Hill to help bridge the partisan divide and contribute to the formation and implementation of an informed nuclear security policy that serves the national interest of the United States.
Now in its second year, NSWG also operates an innovative Congressional fellowship program that places nuclear security experts in key House and Senate offices. Congressional Nuclear Security Fellows work to advance the level of awareness and understanding of nuclear policy issues among Members of Congress and their staffs while providing their hosting offices and colleagues with invaluable sources of nuclear and national security expertise.
The NSWG has an opening for a Program Manager to oversee and expand NSWG's engagement to Congress and other key stakeholders. A significant aspect of these responsibilities is to manage the Congressional Nuclear Security Fellowship program.
The Program Manager will be tasked with developing and implementing a long-term strategy for legislative outreach; maintaining and expanding partnerships with Congressional offices affiliated with the fellowship program; directing the annual Fellowship search (including application review, candidate interviews and selection, and office placement); and developing and implementing analytic tools to track impact and progress toward program goals. The Program Manager will also take the lead in coordinating NSWG's reporting and communication to key stakeholders, including Funders, the University, and the broader policy community by revamping NSWG's activity tracking system and metrics. The Program Manager will also be expected to develop a medium-term strategic plan for sustainability and growth of NSWG activities.
This is an excellent opportunity for a seasoned mid-career professional with significant substantive experience in nuclear policy as well as demonstrated success with program implementation, administration, strategic communications, and government affairs. The individual will gain unique and valuable exposure to critical debates and players in the field of nuclear security while supporting NSWG's mission of cultivating principled, bipartisan leadership in nuclear security policy.
This position will be located on the Foggy Bottom campus. Normal work hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. with ability to adapt to non-standard hours as needed.
Specific responsibilities include:
- Sustains and expands the Congressional fellowship program by
oManaging existing partnerships with key hosting Congressional offices;
oIdentifying and engaging new House/Senate offices with interest and/or responsibility in nuclear issues;
oDirecting an annual nationwide search for qualified Fellowship candidates, including fielding and reviewing applications; conducting interviews; liaising with hosting House/Senate offices; and ensuring the successful and smooth placement and on-boarding of fellows;
oRegularly monitoring Fellow activities and identifying opportunities for collaboration between Fellows, NSWG, and the George Washington University community.
Develops a strategic plan for medium to long-term sustainability, growth, and institutionalization of NSWG research and outreach activities.
Identifies, recruits, and retains NSWG members as part of the overall NSWG sustainability and growth plan,
Identifies opportunities for NSWG to convene well-attended, high-impact public events, drawing on NSWG resources and members as well as potential collaboration with Congressional Fellows and other partners.
Directs NSWG Congressional engagement through legislation tracking, building relationships with Capitol Hill staff and offices, and integrating NSWG's other research and programmatic activities.
Develops and oversees a comprehensive communications strategy for internal and external stakeholders—including the presidential administration, the University, the Washington policy community, and Funders—leveraging a variety of traditional and social media tools and outlets.
Refines and applies analytic tools and methodologies to track progress toward NSWG goals and performance indicators.
Coordinates the grant implementation and the proposal and reporting processes.
Supervises other NSWG support staff as appropriate.
Performs other work related duties as assigned. The omission of specific duties does not preclude the NSWG chair from assigning duties that are logically related to the position.
Qualified candidates will hold a Bachelor's degree in an appropriate area of specialization plus 2 years of relevant professional experience, or, a Master's degree or higher in a relevant area of study. Degree must be conferred by the start date of the position. Degree requirements may be substituted with an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Additional Required Licenses/Certifications/Posting Specific
Master's degree or higher in international affairs, security studies, political science, economics or similarly appropriate area of specialization preferred.
Significant professional experience in nuclear security or related policy issues.
Significant experience with program administration.
Superlative communication, writing, and interpersonal skills.
Experience working in Congress or similar legislative environment.
Experience working in Washington policy settings and demonstrated ability to interact with senior experts.
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively.
Experience and familiarity with budgeting and financial management.
Experience with grant management and proposal writing.
Demonstrated competence with event planning and coordination.
Ability to adapt to flexible hours, be proactive in solving challenges, and working with minimal supervision.
II. JOB DETAILS
Campus Location: Foggy Bottom, Washington, D.C. College/School/Department: Elliott School of International Affairs (ESIA) Family Academic Affairs Sub-Family Program Administration Stream Individual Contributor Level Level 2 Full-Time/Part-Time: Full-Time Hours Per Week: 40 Work Schedule: M-F 8:30 - 5:30, evenings and/or weekends if required Position Designation: Essential: Employees who perform functions that have been deemed essential to maintaining business or academic operations. Employees are generally expected to work from home during an event and may be asked to physically report to work. Telework: No Required Background Check: Criminal History Screening, Education/Degree/Certifications Verification, Social Security Number Trace, and Sex Offender Registry Search Special Instructions to Applicants: Internal Applicants Only? No Posting Number: S007007 Job Open Date: 02/15/2018 Job Close Date: If temporary, grant funded or limited term appointment, position funded until: Background Screening Successful Completion of a Background Screening will be required as a condition of hire. EEO Statement:
The university is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer that does not unlawfully discriminate in any of its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or on any other basis prohibited by applicable law.
Nuclear Technologies Senior Program Manager
Engility delivers innovative solutions to critical challenges facing the nation and the world. As a premier provider of integrated services for the U.S. government, we support the Department of Defense, intelligence community, space communities, federal civilian agencies and international customers. Engility is dedicated to making lives better, safer and more secure.
General Description: The Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Research and Development (RD) Directorate provides U.S. Forces technological superiority across the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) mission space through innovative Research, Development, Testing, and Evaluation (RDT&E). Engility provides Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) across RD to include its six subordinate Departments. The RD-Nuclear Technology Department (RD-NT) manages and integrates the development, demonstration, and transition of timely and effective Nuclear Technology solutions, while serving as the focal point for nuclear technology expertise for the organization. RD-NT's mission is to Research, develop, and demonstrate technologies that support nuclear deterrence, counter-proliferation, and response to nuclear or radiological attacks against the U.S. or its allies.
Engility is seeking a technical Senior Program Manager / Task Lead to support RD-NT. The individual will report directly to the Engility RD A&AS Program Director and will provide executive level A&AS support to the RD-NT Department Director and his/her staff. The individual will advise and assist senior Agency personnel in NT related S&T requirements and capabilities. The individual will have knowledge of the CWMD mission space, an understanding of current and emerging threats, the capacity to assess mission gaps, and the familiarity of the processes to rapidly move from requirements definition to the transition of practical solutions to DoD and non-DoD entities. The individual will work with other nuclear technology stakeholders and understand the roles and responsibilities of internal and external partners to include other federal agencies, laboratories, companies, and partner nations.
Lead a diverse team to provide scientific, engineering, acquisition, programmatic and technical expertise capable of supporting in-depth scientific analyses, technology and program assessments, and budget/acquisition cycle support across the NT S&T portfolio.
Provide advice and analysis on implications of higher headquarters nuclear guidance and policy to include national security and DoD-level documents.
Provide thought leadership and critical thinking on a wide range of NT S&T areas of interest.
Develop briefings, papers, and other products for NT leadership as needed.
Integrate individual S&T projects into a cohesive overall NT technical program in support of the DTRA mission.
Foster coordination and integration with various DTRA Directorates and RD Departments and external stakeholders.
Identify nuclear technology/program shortfalls or opportunities to accelerate projects and programs to support warfighter NT requirements.
Assist RD-NT to provide oversight, synchronization, and coordination of applicable portions of the PPBE and acquisition process.
Assist with response to and management of RD taskings, planning, and execution of Directorate events; preparation and review of staffing packages, and crafting of reports.
Support RD strategic communications.
Lead and manage people, including subcontractors and consultants, and the resources to meet customer and contract requirements.
Recruit and retain high-level talent. Train, educated, develop, and evaluate personnel to ensure employee growth and differentiated support to operations.
Contribute to corporate capture, business development, and proposal operations as required.
This is a Key Personnel Billet. DTRA Contracting must consent to hiring of candidate.
Some travel may be required (no more than 5%).
Required Qualifications (Knowledgeable/Proficient/Advanced)
Must have 15 years' relevant experience to include DoD (OSD, Joint Staff, Service, Combatant Command, or Agency), other relevant Federal Agency, or laboratory staff (military/civilian).
Must have a general understanding of the DoD acquisition and PPBE Process, and/or S&T portfolio management. Familiarity with DTRA nuclear programs and projects preferred.
Ability to establish rapport and work with senior Government, Laboratory and Industry leaders (SES/GO/FO or equivalent).
Experience developing products for DoD, other Federal Agencies, Congress and/or National Security Staff.
Experience formulating, reviewing, and/or implementing strategic level nuclear guidance and policy.
Demonstrated experience participating in and building cross-functional teams in complex organizational environments.
Must have excellent interpersonal, communication, and supervisory skills.
Clearance: Top Secret (preferably with active SCI Access).
Preferred Qualifications (Knowledgeable/Proficient/Advanced)
Advanced technical degree (Masters or higher) in science or engineering.
Project Management Professional (PMP) certification or Defense Acquisition equivalent.
Experience with DTRA or other DoD component S&T programs.
Experience working with Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) or A&AS programs.
Recent high-level staff experience at the OSD, JCS, or CCMD levels, preferably in nuclear-related issues.
Experience, training, and/or knowledge of government contract acquisition process to include source selection procedures, request for proposal development and/or corporate proposal development.
Nuclear Medicine Instructor And Clinical Coordinator
Overview and Responsibilities
Overview and Responsibilities:
· Enhances student learning by providing clinical instruction which directly relates to desired clinical and laboratory course outcomes. · Assesses clinical outcomes and uses data to advice on curriculum and instructional methodology with goal of ensuring competent entry-level practitioners and good citizens. · Under the administrative direction of the Academic Dean and/or general direction of the Program Chair.
Certified in Nuclear Medicine Technology. No state license restrictions.
Bachelor's degree required, master's degree preferred however may accept master's degree pending if already in process. Three years of post-certification work experience. Experience as a preceptor or adjunct professor required.
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