ProSidian Seeks a Safety and Environment Technical Consultant - GSSC (Full-Time) to support an engagement for the US Dept. of Energy (DOE) Hanford. Preferred candidates present with relevant Government, Public Sector and Infrastructure (Nuclear and Environmental) Sector experience (functional area experience also ideal) - SCA Code: N/A. This position is located in the CONUS - Northwest Region.
Safety and Environment Technical Consultant - GSSC Candidates shall work to support requirements for PR0114C RFQ FY22-SB06 AMSE 03 AMSE Part Time Technical Support Swim Lanes and statement of work (SOW) while maintaining required qualifications with relevant Government, Public Sector and Infrastructure (Nuclear and Environmental) Sector experience (functional area experience also ideal). ProSidian Team Members (# FTe's: 1) work as part of the Engagement Team Cadre to provide Part Time Technical Support as part of general support services on behalf of The Department of Energy (DOE), Hanford Site, Assistant Manager for Safety and Environment (AMSE), Environmental Compliance Division (ECD).
The Department of Energy (DOE), Hanford Site, Assistant Manager for Safety and Environment (AMSE), Environmental Compliance Division (ECD) requires general support services. Safety and Environment Technical Consultant will have responsibility for execution of the work scope below:
Provide strategic solutions to emerging project challenges such as ongoing maturation of the contractor's Air Operating and Dangerous Waste Programs and interfaces between Tank Farms (TF), Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant (WTP) and AMSE.
Complete critical assessments of the contractor's Air Operating and Dangerous Waste Programs as required to start-up and commission the Direct Feed of Low-Activity Waste (DFLAW) facility.
Coordinate environmental oversight activities with DOE organizations and disciplines to ensure the necessary interfaces are in place.
Perform regulatory and programmatic reviews for adequacy and reliability; ensure compliance with established criteria and sound engineering principles; and identify omissions, discrepancies, inadequacies, and nonconformance with approved criteria.
Utilize project management skills to support ECD's ability to support the DFLAW integrated operational schedule; implement effective, environmental/regulatory risk mitigation strategies, assess cost and schedule impacts due to environmental non-compliance issues; evaluate adequacy/implement ability of procedures for implementing the approved permit conditions; and identify areas for improvements in the contractors' permit management, environmental compliance programs, and readiness activities.
Coordinate and perform ECD oversight activities to achieve readiness and start-up the DFLAW project. Oversight activities will evaluate the effectiveness of the contractor's Air Operating and Dangerous Waste Programs and adherence to the permitting conditions.
Document oversight results within the Integrated Contractor Assurance (iCAS) database.
Brief AMSE, AMTF and AMWTP management and Core Requirement owners on oversight results, technical issues, options for resolution, and facilitate decision-making.
Prepare weekly and monthly reports which document the effectiveness of AMSE's oversight of the contractors' environmental compliance and regulatory permitting activities.
Maintain a regulatory correspondence log to track, manage and complete ECD actions and activities.
Follow-up on AMSE issues, adverse conditions, and other areas of concern.
Participate in weekly coordination meetings.
Participate on Integrated Project Teams (IPT).