Employment


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Dana Engineering is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  We hire without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, creed, age, color or national origin, and in conformance with all federal and state laws.





Instructional Designer (FT)

Dana Engineering, Inc is seeking Instructional Design Support to support our client at the Hanford site. This is intended to be FT through 9/30/2017 with a possibility of extension. Please email your resumes to info@danaengineering.com with 3 references.

Description of Work

Provide support of government training programs. The support is to include, but not limited to, the following:

  • Using the Systematic Appraoch to Training (SAT) conduct program evaluations in a timely manner to determine the current status of existing training programs to identify supporting personnel, training plans, and training products either existing or needed and provide feedback for program improvements.
  • Provide support in the development, review and updates to training procedures.

Required Qualifications

  •  Minimum of 5 years of experience working on a DOE site
  •  Familiar with Systematic Approach to Training (SAT)
  •  Has performed program evaluations
  •  Knowledgeable of DOE O 426.2

 

Requisition No: 300069

Content & Records Management and Information Systems Secretary (FT)  

Start date: TBD

Completion date: September 30, 2017, with option for extension

Location: Hanford Site

Schedule: 4x10 hour day schedule M-Th

 

DESCRIPTION OF WORK – SPECIFIC

  • Perform general administrative/clerical/secretarial duties that may include taking notes and researching information for meetings, work projects, reports
  • Learn and work quickly and accurately, with strong attention to detail
  • Perform data entry using the appropriate systems
  • Protect confidential information by securing information when not under direct control or as directed by the manager or lead
  • Order office supplies, maintain supply cabinets
  • Schedule required training, update training plans within input from management
  • Track and enter updates to the property system
  • Place store orders
  • Provide assistance to new employees
  • Track incoming work, prioritize and process
  • Participate in audits/assessments when requested
  • Demonstrate safe motor vehicle practices, safe work practices, and proper techniques for lifting and carrying records boxes
  • Participate and serve as the group’s point of contact for MSA’s safety programs
  • Operate various office machines – personal computers, convenience copiers, scanners, etc.
  • Provide weekly reports, metrics and status tracking.
  • Coordinate employee’s moves, to include but not limited to, configuration changes, computer connect/disconnects.
  • Update group’s organization charts as needed
  • Track deliverables and actions as requested by management

 REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Have business attire appropriate for the work experience/environment
  • Basic computer knowledge including Windows
  •  Familiarity with one or more established automation systems to enter, correct, and retrieve factual information, compile reports, produce charts and    graphs, or monitor project or program status
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Strong oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Possess the ability to work effectively with customers, co-workers, and management
  • Strong professional and positive attitude needed
  • Basic knowledge of SharePoint and Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook).
  • Duties require lifting up to 35 pounds.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.

 DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Strong keyboarding skills to perform data entry tasks in Hanford-related systems
  • Previous work experience at Hanford
  • Familiarity with general office tasks
  • Familiarity with general records management, document control, and imaging best practices.
  • Basic knowledge of Hanford records-related systems (Records and Information Management Scanning Application [RIMScan], Integrated Document Management System [IDMS], Document Control Management System [DCMS], Smart Plant Foundation [SPF]). 



Requisition No: 300122

Transformer Management Supervisor (FT)

Start date: TBD

Completion date: September 30, 2017, with option for extension

Location: Hanford Site

Schedule: 4x10 hour day schedule M-Th

 

DESCRIPTION OF WORK – SPECIFIC

This position will support EU management and lead the development and implementation of a Transformer Management Program. EU is responsible for the safe and reliable operation of the Hanford Site high-voltage transmission and distribution (T&D) system. As such, EU manages and maintains a wide variety of types and sizes of transformers. The purpose of the Transformer Management Program is to describe policy and provide direction for transformer management overall transformers owned, operated or otherwise controlled by EU. This position will be responsible for managing, tracking, and maintaining EU transformers cradle to grave, including (but not limited to) procurement, receiving/inspection, site nomenclature, testing, storage, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) content, field assignment, spares, service life, tracking, removal from service, sampling, draining, disposal criteria and records retention. This position will be responsible for working with EU craft, supervisors and management both in the field and office, coordinating efforts to maintain all the transformers throughout the site. The candidate will need to be technically competent in the electrical field and be able to communicate project issues and status in both written and verbal communications.

Must be a qualified and experienced individual, who is knowledgeable of leadership and administrative functions as appropriate, and requested by the Buyer Technical Representative (BTR) to perform tasks including but not limited to the following:

  •  Manage EU’s Transformer Management Program.
  •  Write and edit procedures and policies for EU’s Transformer Management Program.
  •  Provide leadership in tracking electrical utilities transformers from cradle to grave.
  •  Lead the input information into a computerized tracking system.
  •  Ensure that transformer corrective, preventive and predictive maintenance are performed and tracked.
  • Work closely with operations and maintenance craft, engineering group and planning department on a daily basis.
  • Work with senior management to enhance EU specialized tasks and projects.
  • Program Development, Implementation, Control, Assessment, and Measurement.
  • Conduct assessments ensuring accurate and informative project reporting and performance for the PM/PdM/CM management program within cost and schedule. 
  •  Work directly with EU management to ensure accurate budgeting and scheduling information are established and communicated to internal staff.
  • Development and delivery of monthly reports on project status.
  •  Development and maintain programs for Transformers or assigned.
  • Assist with sample management.
  • Work with management for corrective action management, assessments, and training.
  • Work with maintenance system programmers for report building and system tasks.
  • Assist development of EU documents, desktop guides and checklist, and training.
  • Assist development and maintenance of EU subcontracts.
  • Assist in development and maintenance of an EU inventory control program.
  • Assist with EU Procedure Maintenance.
  • Assist with EU milestones and other program work as directed by EU Management (e.g. – PI goals, EU Master Plan).

  REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  •  Bachelor’s degree and four (4) years’ experience OR an equivalent combination of education and related work experience.
  •  Knowledge of sample collection, management, and chain-of-custody programs.
  •  Must be able to use problem-solving skills, effectively analyze available information and use deductive reasoning and analytical skills. This may involve going to alternate sources for additional information and guidance.
  • Demonstrated work with a variety of customers in high-pressure situations using tact and diplomacy while giving outstanding customer service.
  • Ability to communicate exceptionally well in written and verbal formats.
  •  Proficient in using Microsoft Office products. (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  •  Electrical background and experience.
  • Possess a valid Washington State Driver's License or be able to obtain one.

 DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience with risk management.
  • Experience with corrective action management.
  • Experience in scheduling/planning/logistics events or resources.
  • Experience ordering/tracking materials.
  • Proficient in Adobe, Project, AutoCAD and maintenance of a Database/Information Systems (CMMS, DBMS, MIS, HRIS, Access, Maximo).
  • Understands hazard, safety, equipment, and configuration control.
  • Knowledge of business and management principles
  • Skilled in monitoring performance, written and oral communication, judgment and decision making, and problem-solving.
  • Work independently or within a team.


Requisition No: 300067

Document Control Specialist (FT)

Start date: TBD

Completion date: September 30, 2017, with option for extension

Location: Hanford Site

Schedule: 4x10 hour day schedule M-Th

 

DESCRIPTION OF WORK – SPECIFIC

  • Processing engineering and administrative documents for Document Release into the appropriate document control system
  • Vendor Information Processing—Process, maintain, and provide information copies of approved vendor information consisting of, but not limited to, performance specifications,  component data, parts numbers, fabrication and installation drawings.
  • Provide Document Release Services—Provide document release and configuration status accounting for technical information, including completeness reviews; posting to the status control system; distribution, research database as requested, change status verification, accountability reporting, and change incorporation support:
    • Review the documents for errors
    • Approve the documents
  • Essential and Support Drawings—Ensure the Essential and Support Drawing files are maintained and current through inspection of the files and by placing new or revised
  • Essential and Support drawings into the files.
  • Participating in audits/assessments, when requested
  • Provide document and record files management support to requesting organizations (e.g., QA, Engineering).
  • Provide distribution of controlled documents to identified personnel. Provide support in the receipt, review and processing of controlled distribution of identified documents.
  • This work will include, but is not limited to:
    • Receive notification that a document/changes need to be distributed.
    • Perform reproduction of the document as required by the identified distribution
    • Send the document to identified distribution
    • Remove any copyholders that do not require the documents after notification
    • Maintain the log books that are returned for the assigned retention period.
    • Work with other groups to move hard copy to electronic distribution.
  • Providing project files records management support, including receipt, distribution to satellite locations, maintenance, retrieval of associated records, and providing copies of requested information for project personnel
  • Providing Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management records management support
  • Participate in the process relative to Document Control and Records Management corrective actions (e.g., audit/assessment responses, Required Reading, etc.).

Systems used to provide support are comprised of the following:

  • Document Management and Control System (DMCS)
  • Smart Plant Foundation (SPF)
  • Hanford Document Numbering System (HDNS)
  • Integrated Document Management System (IDMS) for searching Records and Information
  • Management (RIM) databases to find Hanford documents, records, and related information from the Intranet.

Examples of documents that require control include, but are not limited to: Drawings, Specifications, Supporting documents, Reports, Studies, Plans, Policies, Directives, Administrative and technical procedures, Requirement documents, Speech articles, Data Release forms


 REQUIRED QUALIFICATION
  • Bachelor’s degree and four (4) years’ experience OR an equivalent combination of education and related work experience.
  •  Knowledge of sample collection, management, and chain-of-custody programs.
  • Must be able to use problem-solving skills, effectively analyze available information and use deductive reasoning and analytical skills. This may involve going to alternate sources for additional information and guidance.
  • Demonstrated work with a variety of customers in high-pressure situations using tact and diplomacy while giving outstanding customer service.
  • Ability to communicate exceptionally well in written and verbal formats.
  • Proficient in using Microsoft Office products. (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • Electrical background and experience.
  • Possess a valid Washington State Driver's License or be able to obtain one.

 DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience with risk management.
  • Experience with corrective action management.
  • Experience in scheduling/planning/logistics events or resources.
  • Experience ordering/tracking materials.
  • Proficient in Adobe, Project, AutoCAD and maintenance of a Database/Information Systems (CMMS, DBMS, MIS, HRIS, Access, Maximo).
  • Understands hazard, safety, equipment, and configuration control.
  • Knowledge of business and management principles
  • Skilled in monitoring performance, written and oral communication, judgment and decision-making, and problem-solving.
  • Work independently or within a team.


Requisition No: 300068

Photography Support Entry Level (FT)  

Start date: TBD

Completion date: September 30, 2017, with option for extension

Location: Hanford Site

Schedule: 4x10 hour day schedule M-Th


DESCRIPTION OF WORK – SPECIFIC

This is an entry level photography records support position performing work under the direct supervision and direction of a MSA project lead. Tasks are to centralize, store, protect and control all forms of physical photo archive equipment including hard drives and other physical media to reduce the risk of file loss.

  • Participate in physical controls for photo archive activities
  • Review and upload photos from physical hard drives or other physical media to designated locations.
  • Participate in the copying and controlling of files/photos to designated locations.
  • Compare and locate duplicates that have been loaded into designated locations to eliminate the capture of duplicates.
  • Indexing standard for existing hard copy files/photos, including index binders to use as a future finding aid.
  • Keep representatives abreast of any changes, challenges or issues encountered.
  • Provide customer service and data calls as requested by customers 
 REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education, with 1 year of professional experience.
  • One year experience evaluating record material for proper handling – including data entry requirements and digitization options.
  • Two years’ experience with large databases performing data entry, researching and retrieving data.
  •  Experience handling large photography collections.
  • One year experience handling photographs and media in compliance with
  •  National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) standards.
  •  Knowledge of federal government requirements for records management and/or document control.
  • Two years’ experience working with sensitive data and knowledge of the controls required to protect the data while working with it.
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
  •  Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Organized and attentive to detail
  •  Strong professional, positive attitude, and ability to learn and work quickly when needed

 DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Previous work experience at Hanford.
  • Familiarity with Records Management Requirements.
  • Basic knowledge of the Integrated Document Management System (IDMS),
  • Records Information Management Scanning Application (RIMScan), and
  • Records Management Access Portal (RMAP).
  • Basic knowledge of the Photo Archive process at Hanford.

Requisition No: 300097

Software Quality Assurance Support (FT)  

Start date: TBD

Completion date: September 30, 2017, with option for extension

Location: Hanford Site

Schedule: 4x10 hour day schedule M-Th


DESCRIPTION OF WORK – SPECIFIC

Subcontractor shall provide the following:

Maintain and implement MSC-PRO-309

Update MSC-PRO 309 on an annual basis, unless deferred by the BTR

Maintain the other related Software Quality Assurance procedures and

documentation.

Provide assistance to projects to assure their application development activities

and documentation aligns with the MSC-PRO-309

Lead the Software Grading Checklist review board

Provide SQA training as necessary and requested

Develop SQA training material as necessary and requested

Track Software Owner training and initiate annual software reviews

Perform SQA reviews and surveillances as necessary and requested

Support SQA audits and assessments by third-party organizations

Develop and support SQA metrics

Maintain content and assure accuracy of SQA websites and links

Working with business owner(s) to develop and implement related test

plans/cases

Quarterly review of Hanford Information Systems Inventory (HISI)

Review of documents

Identify missing elements

Identify missing links

Review of “safety documentation”

Coordinate and communicate with MSA Quality Assurance to assure that SQA aligns with the MSA QA program

Maintain an on-going list of SQA activities and status

Provide improvement recommendations to BTR

This is an entry level photography records support position performing work under the direct supervision and direction of a MSA project lead. Tasks are to centralize, store, protect and control all forms of physical photo archive equipment including hard drives and other physical media to reduce the risk of file loss.

  • Participate in physical controls for photo archive activities
  • Review and upload photos from physical hard drives or other physical media to designated locations.
  • Participate in the copying and controlling of files/photos to designated locations.
  • Compare and locate duplicates that have been loaded into designated locations to eliminate the capture of duplicates.
  • Indexing standard for existing hard copy files/photos, including index binders to use as a future finding aid.
  • Keep representatives abreast of any changes, challenges or issues encountered.
  • Provide customer service and data calls as requested by customers 
 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field with 3+ years software quality assurance experience or combination of education and experience.
  • Knowledge of DOE Software Quality Assurance requirements or equivalent government agency.  

 DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience Developing, publishing, and implementing test plans
  • Knowledge and understanding of the software development life cycle (SDLC)
  • Experience writing and reviewing Software documentation  

Requisition No: 300737

Senior Software Engineer (FT)  

Start date: TBD

Completion date: September 30, 2017, with option for extension

Location: Richland, WA

Schedule: 4x10 hour day schedule M-Th


DESCRIPTION OF WORK – SPECIFIC

Provide software engineering support to create, develop, operate and maintain software

programs at the Hanford site. Application development also includes the assessment,

maintenance, documentation, modernization, testing, and implementation functions.

Responsibilities may include the support of legacy systems and the production of new

systems.

 

MSA Software Engineer Services (SES) requires a software engineer who will provide

development and support for enterprise-wide financial and HR systems, both customized

and COTS products. Support and development for a variety of SES Applications

development using Active Server Pages (ASP.NET), C# and other programming

languages with back end databases developed in Structured Query Language (SQL)

Server and Oracle. Support also includes the operation and maintenance support for

legacy SES systems and website applications.

 The software engineer should be able to:

  • ·         Troubleshoot software production issues
  • ·         Design databases
  • ·         Develop using .NET technology
  • ·         Provide business analysis for Financial and HR systems and applications
  • ·         Understand and follow established Software Development Process
  • ·         Assist with providing estimates
  • ·         Assist with gathering requirements from customers
  • ·         Develop technical documentation
  • ·         Good written and communication skills

The software engineer will work with other project software engineers, interface with the project managers, and meet with customer subject matter experts as needed.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • ·         Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field
  • ·         Minimum of 8 years Analyst and Programing experience.
  • ·         Minimum of 8 years’ experience developing projects using .NET technology
  • ·         Minimum of 8 years’ experience in SQL or Oracle design and administration
  • ·         Minimum of 8 years’ experience as an Analyst and Developer for EnterpriseWide Financial and HR systems.

 Desired Qualifications:

  • ·     Familiarity with the Hanford Site and DOE contractors’ systems and applications
  • ·     10 or more years’ experience as an analyst and developer for enterprise-wide financial and HR systems
  • ·     10 or more years’ experience in SQL or Oracle design and administration
  • ·     10 or more years’ experience developing projects using .NET technology

Requisition No: 299378

Training Program Support (FT)  

Start date: TBD

Completion date: September 30, 2017, with option for extension

Location: Richland, WA

Schedule: 4x10 hour day schedule M-Th


DESCRIPTION OF WORK – SPECIFIC


The scope of this task is for the subcontractor to provide a team member to support the development of training programs/product used exclusively by the MSA (Hanford) Central Training Department. The support is to include (but not limited to) the following:

  •  Using the Systematic Approach to Training (SAT) conduct training program analysis, design, development and implementation in a timely manner as assigned by the Training Manager.
    • Review of the Training Plans for each organization identified in the MSA Training Schedule to determine when last updated and if current with required facility training requirements.
    • Identify training products or the need to develop (i.e., qualification cards, classroom training, CBT).  
    • Provide support in the development, review and updates to training procedures that support MSA Training activities and processes as needed.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • ·         5 years of work related experience at a DOE site
  • ·         5 years of training experience at DOE-managed sites and/or facilities
  • ·         Familiarity with DOE Orders as applicable to training
  • Familiarity with Field Work Supervisor and Work Management Training is preferred.

Requisition No: 300948

Project Coordinator (FT)  

Start date: TBD

Completion date: September 30, 2017, with option for extension

Location: Richland, WA

Schedule: 4x10 hour day schedule M-Th


DESCRIPTION OF WORK – SPECIFIC

This position is responsible and accountable for providing project administration support

to the Project Management & Oversight (PM&O). The candidate must be able to

develop and maintain positive working relationships with peers, staff, and customers;

communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, and exercise sound judgment and

discretion. The successful candidate will help manage and report on all IM projects from

concept through project completion. The Project Coordinator assists with organizing and

coordinating project activities under the direction of the PM&O Manager.

 

Typical duties and responsibilities include:

  • ·         Perform all work safely and in compliance with environmental obligations using the core functions and core elements of the Integrated Safety Management System/Environmental Management System (ISMS/EMS).
  • ·         Take responsibility for your safety and the safety of those around you.
  • ·         Maintain a safe and well-kept work environment.
  • ·         Continually improve our environmental performance and the performance of our EMS, while emphasizing pollution prevention and efficient use of resources.
  • ·         Candidate must be process and detail oriented. Able to track and verify deliverables, as well as being comfortable working with project managers and subcontractors for delivery and quality of work.
  • ·         Supports the IM PM&O Manager providing coordination in execution of IM projects.
  • ·         Acts as project staff liaison, coordinating communication, facilitating meetings, and following up on assignments.
  • ·         Works to ensure that the working conditions of the team, including access to documentation, systems, project members and subject matter experts, is seamless.
  • ·         Possess a working knowledge of the tools and processes required by the role. Able to handle moderately complex assignments and is a capable individual performer.
  • ·         Administrative responsibility to support the PM&O Manager and the project team in maintaining project documents.
  • ·         Follow-up skills to make sure that all members of the project team meet their commitments.
  • ·         Research and abstract information and supporting data in preparation for meetings, work projects, reports, and speeches.
  • ·         Administer and maintain confidential and specialized information.
  • ·         Perform miscellaneous duties that may include maintaining specialized libraries and doing background research for reports, reviewing and updating weekly and monthly reports for various audiences

Specific technical job duties include:
  • Use SharePoint and act as Power-user/administrator for various SharePoint sites.
  • Proficient use of computer software and systems. Examples of software used include:
    • o Crystal Reports
    • o Handi
    • o Microsoft Office
    • o Microsoft Project
    • o Intermediate to expert Excel skills
    • o Intermediate Word skills
  • Monthly Report Submission
  • Deliverable Reporting

QUALIFICATIONS

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent 2 years’ experience with IM projects. Proficient in

the use of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Highly proficient in use of SharePoint (Power

User). Strong written and verbal communication skills.


Desired Qualifications: 

Hanford site experience and particularly knowledge of and familiarity with Asset Suite, Handi, and Crystal Reports.