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U.S. Department of Energy Washington, DC
This position is located in the Building Technologies Office (BTO) which is under the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE) located in Washington, DC. The position can be filled in either Washington, DC or Golden, CO. A successful candidate in this position will analyze and advise management on the evaluation of the effectiveness of research, technologies, programs, and policies concerning the energy efficiency of residential and commercial buildings. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Management and Program Analyst at the full performance level, you will:Conduct detailed operations analysis, project and program management tasks. Conduct and/or coordinate a variety of projects to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of policies and procedures related to the mission of the office. Evaluate program administration and achievement of management objectives for new and revised policies to ensure compliance with pertinent regulations and policy guidance. Develop and coordinate new and amended policies for senior management. Provide staff support in the overall development of concepts and strategies for assigned projects and programs. Analyze strategic plans and advise and represent senior management on how to implement. Represent senior management on strategic planning and building efficiency working groups, teams, and task forces as needed. Develop new methods, organizational structures, and management processes for projects focused on residential and/or commercial building energy efficiency, specifically those related to building energy ratings and high performance buildings, to ensure consistency with operating policies and priorities. Assist in identifying budget and manpower resources necessary to meet defined goals and objectives; manage special projects and administer the development of special briefings and reports for senior management. Support management in briefings on issues related to assigned projects and programs. Brief management on key initiatives. Coordinate the design, development, implementation and evaluation of quality initiatives. Prepare interim reports, position papers, final reports and summaries that reflect findings, goals, recommendations, strategies, and results. Travel Required 25% or less - Travel may be required up to 5-6 days per month. Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Denver, CO
The OIG offers potential for advancement, excellent benefits, and numerous training opportunities. We are located in 15 states throughout the U.S. Please visit our website at http://www.ig.energy.gov. This position is also being advertised to eligible candidates using Category Rating procedures. The announcement number is: OIG-19-DE-0055. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Criminal Investigator (Special Agent) in the Cyber Investigations and Forensic Analysis (CIFA) section of the DOE Office of Inspector General, you would be responsible for conducting complex investigations involving alleged or suspected fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement related to Department of Energy computer networks and IT systems, conduct forensic data recovery activities, network intrusions, and field agent support. You will independently plan and conduct investigations of DOE programs and operations. Investigative assignments are complex and of a sensitive nature that cross multiple jurisdictions and involve various law enforcement agencies or task force operations. Special Agents have the authority to conduct criminal, civil, and administrative investigations, to apply for and execute search warrants, to make arrests, to carry firearms, and to utilize a range of specialized investigative techniques. Travel Required 50% or less - This position requires frequent travel (30%). Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Folsom, CA
There will be one position located at the Phoenix, AZ Regional office and one position located at the Folsom. CA Regional office, they both will serve as a as a Senior Information Technology Network Services Specialist. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities This position is to serve as a Senior Information Technology Network Services Specialist supporting computer networks and data communications operations for Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) that supports the General Support Systems (GSS) and SCADA/EMS environments. The job will require adhering to the North American Electrical Reliability Council (NERC) Critical Information Protection (CIP), Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standards where applicable. A highly qualified applicant will have knowledge of these standards and how they relate to Networking and systems used in the electric industry. Travel Required 25% or less - Travel may be 5-6 days per month. Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Phoenix, AZ
There will be one position located at the Phoenix, AZ Regional office and one position located at the Folsom. CA Regional office, they both will serve as a as a Senior Information Technology Network Services Specialist. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities This position is to serve as a Senior Information Technology Network Services Specialist supporting computer networks and data communications operations for Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) that supports the General Support Systems (GSS) and SCADA/EMS environments. The job will require adhering to the North American Electrical Reliability Council (NERC) Critical Information Protection (CIP), Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standards where applicable. A highly qualified applicant will have knowledge of these standards and how they relate to Networking and systems used in the electric industry. Travel Required 25% or less - Travel may be 5-6 days per month. Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Oak Ridge, TN
This position is being filled under the Pathways Internship Program. The Internship Program provides students who are enrolled in or accepted for enrollment in a wide variety of qualifying educational institutions with paid opportunities to work and explore career paths related to their academic fields of study or career interests. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities This position is with the Department of Energy, Office of Science. Students will perform a wide variety of duties in the business field designed to meet DOE’s mission and the student's learning objectives:Perform a variety of developmental tasks, activities and assignments. Assist higher graded contract specialists by performing portions of assignments. Assist in the review of Contractor/Recipient submissions of proposed procurement actions. Provide support to Contract Specialists and to the Federal approving Contracting Officer. Travel Required Not required Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Lemont, IL
This position is being filled under the Pathways Internship Program. The Internship Program provides students who are enrolled in or accepted for enrollment in a wide variety of qualifying educational institutions with paid opportunities to work and explore career paths related to their academic fields of study or career interests. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities This position is with the Department of Energy, Office of Science. Students will perform a wide variety of duties in the business field designed to meet DOE’s mission and the student's learning objectives:Perform a variety of developmental tasks, activities and assignments. Assist higher graded contract specialists by performing portions of assignments. Assist in the review of Contractor/Recipient submissions of proposed procurement actions. Provide support to Contract Specialists and to the Federal approving Contracting Officer. Travel Required Not required Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Washington, DC
The successful candidate in this position will serve as the Deputy Program Executive Officer (PEO) for Strategic Materials (NA-192) who will be responsible for providing management and oversight for the NA-19 strategic materials portfolio, including domestic uranium enrichment, plutonium, tritium, and lithium. The Deputy PEO provides direction, guidance, and supervision for Federal Program Managers pertaining to the formulation, review, and execution of strategic materials programs. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Deputy Program Executive Officer, you will:The Deputy PEO provides management and oversight for the NA-19 strategic materials portfolio, including uranium, domestic uranium enrichment, plutonium, tritium, and lithium. Deputy PEO is responsible for sustainment and modernization of strategic materials capabilities across the nuclear weapons complex. The Deputy PEO also provides strategic direction, guidance, and supervision for assigned Federal Program Managers (FPMs) over all matters pertaining to the formulation, review, and execution of strategic materials programs. Establish consistent expectations for the planning, execution, and oversight of strategic materials by identifying and establishing best practices and developing, integrating, and applying new strategies and lessons learned from other sources and programs. Work with FPMs to advise senior NNSA leadership on feasible options to balance workload in the field, to include determining required staffing levels and competencies needed to achieve program goals. Establish requirements, plans, and policies for execution of strategic materials sustainment and modernization activities, including assuring implementation of systems engineering functions and earned value management. Formulate the Future Years Nuclear Security Plan budget requirements for all strategic materials as part of the Planning, Programming Budgeting and Evaluation process. Serve as the NA-192 Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) for NA-192 program functional areas, and the technical liaison between the contractors and the Contracting Officer. Represent NNSA interests in collaborating and partnering with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) on all nuclear strategic materials-related issues. Coordinate across Defense Programs to identify requirements and establish priorities for technology and production maturation investments for strategic materials sustainment and modernization efforts. Travel Required Occasional travel - Employee will be required to travel approximately 10% of the time. Supervisory status Yes Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Washington, DC
The successful candidate in this position will serve as the Deputy Program Executive Officer (PEO) for Strategic Materials (NA-192) who will be responsible for providing management and oversight for the NA-19 strategic materials portfolio, including domestic uranium enrichment, plutonium, tritium, and lithium. The Deputy PEO provides direction, guidance, and supervision for Federal Program Managers pertaining to the formulation, review, and execution of strategic materials programs. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Deputy Program Executive Officer, you will:The Deputy PEO provides management and oversight for the NA-19 strategic materials portfolio, including uranium, domestic uranium enrichment, plutonium, tritium, and lithium. Deputy PEO is responsible for sustainment and modernization of strategic materials capabilities across the nuclear weapons complex. The Deputy PEO also provides strategic direction, guidance, and supervision for assigned Federal Program Managers (FPMs) over all matters pertaining to the formulation, review, and execution of strategic materials programs. Establish consistent expectations for the planning, execution, and oversight of strategic materials by identifying and establishing best practices and developing, integrating, and applying new strategies and lessons learned from other sources and programs. Work with FPMs to advise senior NNSA leadership on feasible options to balance workload in the field, to include determining required staffing levels and competencies needed to achieve program goals. Establish requirements, plans, and policies for execution of strategic materials sustainment and modernization activities, including assuring implementation of systems engineering functions and earned value management. Formulate the Future Years Nuclear Security Plan budget requirements for all strategic materials as part of the Planning, Programming Budgeting and Evaluation process. Serve as the NA-192 Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) for NA-192 program functional areas, and the technical liaison between the contractors and the Contracting Officer. Represent NNSA interests in collaborating and partnering with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) on all nuclear strategic materials-related issues. Coordinate across Defense Programs to identify requirements and establish priorities for technology and production maturation investments for strategic materials sustainment and modernization efforts. Travel Required Occasional travel - Employee will be required to travel approximately 10% of the time. Supervisory status Yes Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Germantown, MD
This position is located in the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Environmental Management, Office of Packaging and Transportation. Office of Packaging and Transportation protects people and the environment by ensuring safe, compliant, and efficient packaging and transportation of materials critical to successful Department of Energy operations. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Transportation Specialist, you will:Develop, manage, interpret, and coordinate agency policies, guidance, plans and procedures for transportation and packaging activities for DOE materials, including hazardous materials (particularly radioactive), substances and wastes for consistency and regulatory compliance; Develop and maintain integrated transportation and packaging tools for Headquarters and field applications, including the application of systems and automation technology to DOE's transportation and packaging activities; Provide analyses, lessons learned, participate in the development of, and comment on proposed international, Federal, state, tribal and local transportation and packaging regulations; Maintain an understanding of treatment/storage/disposal configuration and disposition options of all types of nuclear materials and wastes; and Lead and conduct transportation safety and oversight compliance assessments, timely independent post-transportation incident investigations, often involving sensitive contract-related and oversight of Departmental activities regarding the movement and off-site shipment of Environment Management hazardous materials and wastes. Travel Required Occasional travel - Overnight travel 1 to 5 nights a month may be required. Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Richland, WA
The OIG offers potential for advancement, excellent benefits, and numerous training opportunities. We are located in 15 states throughout the U.S. Please visit our website at http://www.ig.energy.gov. This position is also being advertised to eligible candidates using Category Rating procedures. The announcement number is: OIG-19-DE-0055. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Criminal Investigator (Special Agent) in the Cyber Investigations and Forensic Analysis (CIFA) section of the DOE Office of Inspector General, you would be responsible for conducting complex investigations involving alleged or suspected fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement related to Department of Energy computer networks and IT systems, conduct forensic data recovery activities, network intrusions, and field agent support. You will independently plan and conduct investigations of DOE programs and operations. Investigative assignments are complex and of a sensitive nature that cross multiple jurisdictions and involve various law enforcement agencies or task force operations. Special Agents have the authority to conduct criminal, civil, and administrative investigations, to apply for and execute search warrants, to make arrests, to carry firearms, and to utilize a range of specialized investigative techniques. Travel Required 50% or less - This position requires frequent travel (30%). Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Denver, CO
The OIG offers potential for advancement, excellent benefits, and numerous training opportunities. We are located in 15 states throughout the U.S. Please visit our website at http://www.ig.energy.gov. This position is also being advertised to eligible candidates using Merit Promotion procedures. The announcement number is: OIG-19-MP-0054. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Criminal Investigator (Special Agent) in the Cyber Investigations and Forensic Analysis (CIFA) section of the DOE Office of Inspector General, you would be responsible for conducting complex investigations involving alleged or suspected fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement related to Department of Energy computer networks and IT systems, conduct forensic data recovery activities, network intrusions, and field agent support. You will independently plan and conduct investigations of DOE programs and operations. Investigative assignments are complex and of a sensitive nature that cross multiple jurisdictions and involve various law enforcement agencies or task force operations. Special Agents have the authority to conduct criminal, civil, and administrative investigations, to apply for and execute search warrants, to make arrests, to carry firearms, and to utilize a range of specialized investigative techniques. Travel Required 50% or less - This position requires frequent travel (30%). Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Richland, WA
The OIG offers potential for advancement, excellent benefits, and numerous training opportunities. We are located in 15 states throughout the U.S. Please visit our website at http://www.ig.energy.gov. This position is also being advertised to eligible candidates using Merit Promotion procedures. The announcement number is: OIG-19-MP-0054. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Criminal Investigator (Special Agent) in the Cyber Investigations and Forensic Analysis (CIFA) section of the DOE Office of Inspector General, you would be responsible for conducting complex investigations involving alleged or suspected fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement related to Department of Energy computer networks and IT systems, conduct forensic data recovery activities, network intrusions, and field agent support. You will independently plan and conduct investigations of DOE programs and operations. Investigative assignments are complex and of a sensitive nature that cross multiple jurisdictions and involve various law enforcement agencies or task force operations. Special Agents have the authority to conduct criminal, civil, and administrative investigations, to apply for and execute search warrants, to make arrests, to carry firearms, and to utilize a range of specialized investigative techniques. Travel Required 50% or less - This position requires frequent travel (30%). Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Golden, CO
This position is located in the Building Technologies Office (BTO) which is under the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE) located in Washington, DC. The position can be filled in either Washington, DC or Golden, CO. A successful candidate in this position will analyze and advise management on the evaluation of the effectiveness of research, technologies, programs, and policies concerning the energy efficiency of residential and commercial buildings. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Management and Program Analyst at the full performance level, you will:Conduct detailed operations analysis, project and program management tasks. Conduct and/or coordinate a variety of projects to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of policies and procedures related to the mission of the office. Evaluate program administration and achievement of management objectives for new and revised policies to ensure compliance with pertinent regulations and policy guidance. Develop and coordinate new and amended policies for senior management. Provide staff support in the overall development of concepts and strategies for assigned projects and programs. Analyze strategic plans and advise and represent senior management on how to implement. Represent senior management on strategic planning and building efficiency working groups, teams, and task forces as needed. Develop new methods, organizational structures, and management processes for projects focused on residential and/or commercial building energy efficiency, specifically those related to building energy ratings and high performance buildings, to ensure consistency with operating policies and priorities. Assist in identifying budget and manpower resources necessary to meet defined goals and objectives; manage special projects and administer the development of special briefings and reports for senior management. Support management in briefings on issues related to assigned projects and programs. Brief management on key initiatives. Coordinate the design, development, implementation and evaluation of quality initiatives. Prepare interim reports, position papers, final reports and summaries that reflect findings, goals, recommendations, strategies, and results. Travel Required 25% or less - Travel may be required up to 5-6 days per month. Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Washington, DC
This position is located in the Building Technologies Office (BTO) which is under the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE) located in Washington, DC. The position can be filled in either Washington, DC or Golden, CO. A successful candidate in this position will analyze and advise management on the evaluation of the effectiveness of research, technologies, programs, and policies concerning the energy efficiency of residential and commercial buildings. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Management and Program Analyst at the full performance level, you will:Conduct detailed operations analysis, project and program management tasks. Conduct and/or coordinate a variety of projects to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of policies and procedures related to the mission of the office. Evaluate program administration and achievement of management objectives for new and revised policies to ensure compliance with pertinent regulations and policy guidance. Develop and coordinate new and amended policies for senior management. Provide staff support in the overall development of concepts and strategies for assigned projects and programs. Analyze strategic plans and advise and represent senior management on how to implement. Represent senior management on strategic planning and building efficiency working groups, teams, and task forces as needed. Develop new methods, organizational structures, and management processes for projects focused on residential and/or commercial building energy efficiency, specifically those related to building energy ratings and high performance buildings, to ensure consistency with operating policies and priorities. Assist in identifying budget and manpower resources necessary to meet defined goals and objectives; manage special projects and administer the development of special briefings and reports for senior management. Support management in briefings on issues related to assigned projects and programs. Brief management on key initiatives. Coordinate the design, development, implementation and evaluation of quality initiatives. Prepare interim reports, position papers, final reports and summaries that reflect findings, goals, recommendations, strategies, and results. Travel Required 25% or less - Travel may be required up to 5-6 days per month. Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Golden, CO
This position is located in the Building Technologies Office (BTO) which is under the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE) located in Washington, DC. The position can be filled in either Washington, DC or Golden, CO. A successful candidate in this position will analyze and advise management on the evaluation of the effectiveness of research, technologies, programs, and policies concerning the energy efficiency of residential and commercial buildings. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Management and Program Analyst at the full performance level, you will:Conduct detailed operations analysis, project and program management tasks. Conduct and/or coordinate a variety of projects to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of policies and procedures related to the mission of the office. Evaluate program administration and achievement of management objectives for new and revised policies to ensure compliance with pertinent regulations and policy guidance. Develop and coordinate new and amended policies for senior management. Provide staff support in the overall development of concepts and strategies for assigned projects and programs. Analyze strategic plans and advise and represent senior management on how to implement. Represent senior management on strategic planning and building efficiency working groups, teams, and task forces as needed. Develop new methods, organizational structures, and management processes for projects focused on residential and/or commercial building energy efficiency, specifically those related to building energy ratings and high performance buildings, to ensure consistency with operating policies and priorities. Assist in identifying budget and manpower resources necessary to meet defined goals and objectives; manage special projects and administer the development of special briefings and reports for senior management. Support management in briefings on issues related to assigned projects and programs. Brief management on key initiatives. Coordinate the design, development, implementation and evaluation of quality initiatives. Prepare interim reports, position papers, final reports and summaries that reflect findings, goals, recommendations, strategies, and results. Travel Required 25% or less - Travel may be required up to 5-6 days per month. Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Livermore, CA
The DOE - OIG offers potential for advancement, excellent benefits, and numerous training opportunities. We are located in 15 states throughout the U.S. Please visit our website at http://www.ig.energy.gov /. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As an Inspector working for the Office of Audits and Inspections the incumbent will conduct reviews of management issues and administrative allegations impacting Department of Energy operations. A management inspection typically focuses on the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of a specified program or activity. An allegation based inspection is a highly focused, fact-finding review typically initiated in response to an allegation of waste, mismanagement, or abuse. The inspection involves comprehensive data gathering and analysis that serves as the basis for developing findings, conclusions, and recommendations regarding the inspected program/activity. You will also perform operational functions such as preparing input for the office's Semi-annual Report to Congress, Strategic Plan, Annual Plan and Report, and budget. Travel Required 50% or less - This position requires 30% travel. Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Livermore, CA
This is a Recent Graduate position in the Pathways Program. The program duration is one year and upon successful completion of the program requirements, the incumbent may be converted to a term, career or career conditional position. The DOE-OIG offers potential for advancement, excellent benefits, and numerous training opportunities. We are located in 15 states throughout the U.S. Please visit our website at http://www.ig.energy.gov. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The Office of Inspector General is seeking a highly motivated person to serve as an Inspector in the Office of Audits and Inspections conducting reviews of management issues and administrative allegations. A management inspection typically focuses on the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of a specified program activity and requires comprehensive data gathering and analysis. An allegation-based inspection is a highly focused, fact-finding review typically initiated in response to an allegation of waste, mismanagement, or abuse. Travel Required 50% or less - This position requires 30% travel. Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Folsom, CA
The incumbent serves as the Sierra Nevada Region (SNR) expert on North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) and Western Electricity Coordinating Council (WECC) compliance requirements as related to the Region's Maintenance organizations. The incumbent is responsible for implementation and management of the SNR NERC and WECC reliability compliance program related to Maintenance activities. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The incumbent serves as SNR's technical expert on the NERC/WECC reliability standards related to SNR's Maintenance. Develops, directs, and oversees SNR's NERC/WECC maintenance related compliance programs. Notifies management on possible or anticipated non-compliance issues. Conducts periodic Internal Audits and develops, monitors, and completes mitigation plans as required. Oversees document management and version control policies and processes for maintenance test records, compliance documentation, and configuration files for critical equipment. Assists SNR Maintenance personnel and subject matter experts with preparation for and during NERC/WECC audits and attends audits along with Maintenance and personnel. Travel Required 25% or less - Overnight travel of 3-5 days per month may be required. Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Folsom, CA
The incumbent serves as the Sierra Nevada Region (SNR) expert on North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) and Western Electricity Coordinating Council (WECC) compliance requirements as related to the Region's Maintenance organizations. The incumbent is responsible for implementation and management of the SNR NERC and WECC reliability compliance program related to Maintenance activities. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The incumbent serves as SNR's technical expert on the NERC/WECC reliability standards related to SNR's Maintenance. Develops, directs, and oversees SNR's NERC/WECC maintenance related compliance programs. Notifies management on possible or anticipated non-compliance issues. Conducts periodic Internal Audits and develops, monitors, and completes mitigation plans as required. Oversees document management and version control policies and processes for maintenance test records, compliance documentation, and configuration files for critical equipment. Assists SNR Maintenance personnel and subject matter experts with preparation for and during NERC/WECC audits and attends audits along with Maintenance and personnel. Travel Required 25% or less - Overnight travel of 3-5 days per month may be required. Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply
U.S. Department of Energy Albuquerque, NM
A successful candidate in this position will serve as a Nuclear Engineer accomplishing work that requires professional engineering related to Nuclear Safety Basis activities and nuclear explosive operations tech support Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As a Nuclear Engineer, you will:Resolves nuclear safety basis issues associated with operation of the Transportation Safeguards System (TSS), which supports U. S. Department of Energy (USDOE), National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) strategic mission. Implements the Integrated Safety Process for nuclear explosive (weapons) and Category I and II nuclear material operations by leading the preparation and review of Safety Documentation that forms the Safety Basis (SB) for nuclear operations. Identifies and implements applicable controls from hazard analyses to ensure safe and reliable nuclear operations. Utilizes professional engineering knowledge to support the OST nuclear explosive safety (NES) program, evaluating OST operations changes according to the OST USQ program, which contains criteria for NES related issues. Travel Required Occasional travel - Less than 25%. Supervisory status No Click "Apply Now" for additional details about this position and to apply