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TitleEngineer - All Disciplines and Experience Levels
Position Number38930
CompanyHanford Mission Integration So
City/StateRichland, WA
Location200E/2751E
Posted04/15/2024
Closes06/14/2024
Regular/TemporaryRegular
Full/Part-TimeFull-Time


Job Duties/Scope Of Work
HMIS Engineering provides multi-discipline engineering and technical support to the following areas of infrastructure services supporting the Hanford Site.

Current Priority Openings
* Engineer experienced in municipal water systems
* Fire Protection Engineering Discipline Lead (PE License Required)
* Fire Protection Engineers (All Experience Levels)
* Experienced Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Engineers

* Electrical Utilities Engineering is responsible for all aspects of electrical distribution, metering, and monitoring across the Hanford Site. This includes system health reporting and support for upgrades and corrective and preventative maintenance.

* Water and Sewer Utilities Engineering is responsible for providing resources to maintain the function of the raw and sanitary water delivery systems for the 100 and 200 Areas of the Hanford Site. This includes system modelling and health reporting and support for upgrades and corrective and preventative maintenance.

* Facilities/HAMMER/Roads/IT & Technical Security Engineering provides support for facility maintenance, refurbishments, capability transfers, Information Technology/ Telecommunications activities, Nuclear Material Security, and HAMMER.

* Fire Protection Engineering is responsible for providing resources for fire systems maintenance (across multiple Hanford Site contractors), configuration management of HMIS fire-related systems, and support for the identification and implementation of fire protection design requirements into new and existing infrastructure upgrade projects.

* Project Engineering Support is responsible for providing dedicated resources to support the planning, design, and construction of reliability projects and other upgrade initiatives. This group also provides definition and management of subcontracts for procured engineering designs and services.

* Central Engineering Support is responsible for creating and maintaining engineering drawings, procedures, and standards. Additionally, support is provided for other processes such as engineering approvals for commodities purchases, non-conformance reporting, waste shipments, and management of several subcontracts.

PROFESSIONAL LICENSING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Professional licensure of our engineering staff is encouraged and supported.

Additionally, HMIS recognizes the unique and specialized nature of the fire protection engineering discipline. Considering this, HMIS will invest in the development and professional growth of qualified candidates in this arena to establish the necessary experience and credentials to excel in this discipline.

JOB DUTIES/SCOPE OF WORK
Currently there are multiple Engineering positions open that we would like to fill with qualified candidates.
Specific placement of qualified candidates into the HMIS Engineering organization will be determined based on an assessment of submitted credentials and information, work experience, and information gathered during interview(s) and review of resume.

ENTRY LEVEL (Grades 14 - 16)
Under general supervision of Engineering Management:
* Complete HMIS-specific training and engineering qualification activities.
* Develop plans, designs, analyses, calculations, technical reports, and associated implementation strategies to document work performed to apply new or existing technology in alignment with established engineering standards and Hanford Site requirements to support the effective and efficient execution of the mission.
* Assist with the development of or author technical reports and gather data to support configured system health reports.
* Support the design, installation, testing, maintenance, and troubleshooting of installed systems, structures, and components (e.g., pumps, piping, electronics, controls systems, fire systems, etc.).
* Provide technical support, field support, and assistance to craft working in the field.
* Assist with the development of documentation required (e.g., statements of work) to subcontract for engineering designs or other services.
* Develop or revise engineering and equipment maintenance procedures.
* Participate or lead in-field activities such as performing site walkdowns to define job scope, verifying material deliveries and installation according to established design media.
* Assist in assessments of systems and processes and identify opportunities for improvement.
* Interface and work in a team environment with a variety of disciplines including software engineers, electrical engineers, designers, other professionals, and bargaining unit craft to develop design, testing, and maintenance activities for assigned work scope.
* Assist other engineers, as needed.

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL (Grades 17 - 19) (in addition to Entry Level duties)
Under general to limited supervision of Engineering Management:
* Perform review and development of technical reports and data to support configured system health reports.
* Qualify and act as either Primary or Alternate System or Project Design Authority for assigned configured system(s) or projects.
* Supporting the compliant execution of subcontracted engineering design or construction work scope through qualifying as a Buyers Technical Representative (BTR).
* Mentor junior engineers.
* Assist in assessments of systems and processes and identify opportunities for improvement.
* Review standards to ensure compliance.
* Perform peer reviews of calculations and designs.

SENIOR LEVEL (Grades 20 - 22) (in addition to Intermediate Level duties)
Under limited supervision of Engineering Management:
* Lead the resolution of emergent technical issues.
* Lead process improvement, innovations, and collaboration efforts between HMIS, DOE, and Other Hanford Contractors related to assigned functional area(s).
* Act as a recognized subject matter expert or engineering discipline lead (with applicable PE license).

Basic Qualifications
This job posting will remain open until the positions have been filled. Applicant resumes will be reviewed every week, as needed.

ENTRY LEVEL
* Bachelor's Degree in an Engineering discipline from an accredited four-year college or university, plus 0 to 2 years of relevant experience.
* Applicants within 3 months of graduation may apply for consideration for a position that would be contingent on successfully completing their Bachelor's Degree (Engineering discipline) prior to starting work.

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
* Bachelor's Degree in an Engineering discipline from an accredited four-year college or university, plus 5 to 9 years of relevant experience.

SENIOR LEVEL
* Bachelor's Degree in an Engineering discipline from an accredited four-year college or university, plus a minimum of 10+ years of relevant experience.

Supplemental Qualification Requirements for Consideration as a Fire Protection Engineer:
* Bachelor's Degree in an engineering discipline and have a Professional Member Grade (or meets the requirements for a Professional Member Grade) membership in the Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) - OR – an engineer with a current/active Professional Engineering (PE) License in Fire Protection Engineering.

*Some positions require a Security Clearance. This requirement will be identified at the time of the interview for applicable positions.

Desired Qualifications
ENTRY LEVEL
* Current Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) or Engineer-In-Training (EIT) credential.
* Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
* Proficient skills working with Microsoft Office applications.

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
* Current Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) or Engineer-In-Training (EIT) credential.
* Washington State Professional Engineer (PE) license.
* Work-related experience with municipal or commercial utilities.
* Extremely proficient working with Microsoft Office applications.
* Active participation in national consensus code development committees and teams (e.g., NFPA, ASCE, ASME, etc.).
* Experience implementing rigorous configuration control processes.
* Prior government or commercial experience performing BTR (or subcontract representative) duties for an engineering organization.
* Prior experience and knowledge in the use of Asset Suite, or a similar contracts/procurement/purchasing system.
* Two years of contract administration experience, preferably with construction projects.

SENIOR LEVEL
* Current Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) or Engineer-In-Training (EIT) credential.
* Washington State Professional Engineer (PE) license.
* Substantial work-related experience with municipal or commercial utilities.
* Exceptionally skilled working with Microsoft Office applications.
* Active participation in national consensus code development committees and teams (e.g., NFPA, ASCE, ASME, etc.).
* Experience implementing rigorous configuration control processes.
* Prior government or commercial experience performing subcontract technical representative duties for an engineering organization.
* Prior experience and knowledge in the use of Asset Suite, or a similar contracts/procurement/purchasing system.
* More than two years of contract administration experience, preferably with construction projects.

Compensation & Benefits
ENTRY LEVEL
Grade 14: $71,200 - $89,800
Grade 15: $78,338 - $98,813
Grade 16: $86,138 - $108,513

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
Grade 17: $94,650 - $119,250
Grade 18: $104,175 - $131,425
Grade 19: $114,475 - $144,325

SENIOR
Grade 20: $126,025 - $158,875
Grade 21: $138,700 - $174,900
Grade 22: $155,625 - $204,775

HMIS offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical/dental/vision, short-and long-term disability, life insurance, 401(k) plan, and paid time off. For a full list of benefits please visit our benefits website: https://hmis.hanford.gov/hr/page.cfm/employeebenefits

In accordance with the HMIS salary determination process, offers will be made by taking into consideration the level of assigned job duties, responsibilities, and the candidate's qualifications relative to internal peers and the external labor market. A candidate's salary history will not be used in compensation decisions. The salary range listed represents the full range of salary that may be offered.

HMIS is an EEOE/Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled/VEVRAA Federal Contractor.

Relocation Funding ProvidedYes
U.S. Citizenship RequiredYes
Clearance RequiredNo
Job ClassificationExempt
Shift Work RequiredNo

    

Equal Opportunity Clause

This contractor shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR §§ 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin. Moreover, these regulations require that covered prime contractors and subcontractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status or disability.

HMIS is a veteran-friendly, VEVRAA Federal Contractor

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