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Environmental Compliance Technical Support Consultant [PR0114B]

Employer
ProSidian Consulting, LLC
Location
Little Washington, Ohio, US
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
Jun 6, 2022

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Sector
Consultancy/Private Sector
Field
Conservation science
Discipline
Energy
Salary Type
Salary
Employment Type
Full time
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Job Description

ProSidian Seeks a Environmental Compliance Technical Support 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.

Environmental Compliance Technical Support Consultant - GSSC Candidates shall work to support requirements for PR0114B RFQ FY22-SB06 AMSE 02 ECD 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 Environmental Compliance Division (ECD) Technical Support on behalf of general support services for 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.

Environmental Compliance Consultant will have responsibility for execution of the work scope below:

Provide regulatory support to DOE Hanford's environmental staff.

Assist the ECD Director in evaluating the contractors' performance in regulatory permitting activities, environmental compliance programs, and inspection/readiness activities; identifying environmental/regulatory performance issues that could impact the Tank Farms and Waste Treatment & Immobilization Plant (WTP) cost and schedule; and recommending effective and prompt strategies/solutions for driving/improving the contractors' performance.

Review permit documents media, design packages, and modifications.

Conduct walkdowns of field work, consolidation of comments for DOE submittal to the contractor, as well as comment resolution.

Support reviews of dangerous waste permit and air permitting submittals (for both radioactive and toxic air emissions).

Support regulatory inspections at the Tank Farms and Waste Treatment & Immobilization Plant (WTP), involving review of responses to inspection reports for responsiveness, accuracy, and compliance with the regulations.

Interaction with the environmental regulators.

Conduct regulatory analysis on the applicability, implement ability, and impacts of environmental regulations, including new and proposed regulations.

Work with the ECD Director to create a strategic electronic binder of regulatory letters to be used for strategic planning.

Attend meetings held within Richland or on site at the WTP or Hanford Tank Farms.

Attend meetings within Richland with the Washington State Department of Ecology and the Washington State Department of Health.

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