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POST DATE 9/9/2016
END DATE 12/3/2016

Naval Nuclear Laboratory WEST MIFFLIN, PA

Company
Naval Nuclear Laboratory
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
17717
AJE Ref #
576123025
Location
WEST MIFFLIN, PA
Job Type
Regular

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Description:
The Safety Engineer Construction Operations (SECO)
assists subcontractors with safety and health
requirements during pre-conceptual, conceptual,
preliminary, and final stages of work. The SECO also
performs oversight, surveillance and audits of
subcontractor work efforts. Performs assistance and
oversight of construction related programs or projects
to ensure compliance with operational, design,
regulatory and Program requirements. Examples include
performing work document reviews, engineering
evaluations, or analyses to support assigned tasks.
Provides subject matter expertise in regulated areas
such as environmental, safety, and health, and emergency
planning to personnel to support safe and compliant
execution of work activities. Work includes providing
interface, independent oversight, and assessment of
Bettis Laboratory subcontractor, and vendor facility
operations, material evaluations, design reviews,
development of engineering methods. Prepare and maintain
records and reports to meet regulatory and Program
requirements, evaluate and assess construction safety
performance, perform surveillance, clarify and implement
regulatory requirements, prepare, review and approve
technical work procedures and identify improvements to
existing processes. May lead or provide support for
inspections and interface with regulators as necessary.
Requirements:
* BS degree in Safety Engineering or Safety Sciences
from an accredited college or university and a
minimum of six years of relevant experience as a
safety professional in an industrial setting; or
* MS degree in Safety Engineering or Safety Sciences
from an accredited college or university and a
minimum of four years of relevant experience as a
safety professional in an industrial setting.