Vacancy at Argonne National Lab
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>>> "Houck, John" <John.Houck@...> 07/31/2007 9:21 AM >>>Also, if you know of anyone who might be interested in working for Argonne (non-Fed position), I include the info below:
Nuclear Operations/Safety/QA Officer
Nuclear Operations/Safety/QA Officer
ESH/Qual Assur Oversight Div
8:30 - 5:00
Provide direct oversight, support, guidance, mentoring and training in meeting the requirements and expectations of 10CFR830 Subpart A & B, Department of Energy Orders, Directives, Standards for Nuclear Facilities/activities and the University of Chicago prime contract for Argonne National Laboratory. Assesses operational compliance with regulatory requirements through walk throughs, inquiries, focus topics, reviews, audits , and evaluations.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
Comprehensive: Comprehensive knowledge of the regulatory requirements associated with nuclear facility operations and their satisfactory translation into operating protocol, particularly as it relates to nuclear safety and quality assurance. Comprehensive demonstrated skill in satisfying and effectively resolving unusually difficult and/or complex problems and interactions related to application of regulations in a research and development environment. Considerable: Considerable knowledge of the technical aspects of a broad base of nuclear operations is expected as evidenced by previous employment and formal accomplished education and training. Considerable demonstrated past skills of successfully executing in a heavy workload environment with a variety of team colleagues and in an independent oversight role is essential. Key personal attributes include a high level of self motivation and ability to effectively translate management direction into workable deliverables with minimum management oversight. Considerable written and verbal communication skills are required. Other: Achievement of the above stated knowledge and skills generally requires and can be exhibited by: A B.S. degree in an engineering discipline such as nuclear engineering or quality assurance engineering or a related field and 12 years of nuclear safety/quality assurance experience, with a minimum of 5 years supervisory experience is highly desirable. A M.S. degree in an engineering discipline or a related field with 8 years of nuclear safety/quality assurance experience, with a minimum of 5 years supervisory experience is highly desirable. A nationally recognized certification or registration is desirable. Operational management experience related to nuclear type operations highly desirable.. Ability to obtain and maintain a Q clearance. Bachelor's Degree and 12+ years of experience/equivalent Certain professions may require a Graduate Degree and 8+ years of directly related experience