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2 days ago(12/15/2017 2:21 PM)
initiates plans, develops and coordinates programs for the acquisition, accountability, utilization, condition, reporting and disposition of government real property, which includes land, buildings, other permanent structures and real property installed equipment.   Work activities include:   Prepares and maintains real property accountable records (hard and electronic) in accordance with applicable NASA and GSA guidance. Updates facility records in the NASA Real Property Management System, the Facility Space Management System and Maximo.   Supports the KSC Real Property office. Performs global updates to the NASA Real Property Management System when requested by NASA HQ or the KSC Real Property Accountable Officer.   Drafts and reviews NASA 1046 forms. Scrutinizes facility construction and modification efforts, and updates the NASA Real Property Management System, the Facility Space Management System and Maximo.   Conducts physical inventories on a three-year cycle of all NASA-owned facilities. Accounts for capacity, cost and related equipment essential to facility function and tags real property installed equipment. Verifies the facility capacity, usage, real property installed equipment list and facility manager information. Checks for square footage anomalies. Updates the real property location and asset records in Maximo, as well as the NASA Real Property Management System.   Researches previous projects and determines costs for facilities numbered for identification purposes only, to be updated in the NASA Real Property Management System, the Facility Space Management System and Maximo.   Maintains records for facilities located on Kennedy Space Center, but owned by other entities, in the Facility Space Management System.   Researches, logs and updates facility manager contact information, and ensures all facilities have an assigned facility manager in the Facility Space Management System.   Sends add/delete notices and status changes via Workflow Notifications in the Facility Space Management System.   Checks, verifies and assigns facility numbers.   Maintains legal agreements in the NASA Real Property Management System and the Facility Space Management System.   Uses the KSC Geographic Information System and the NASA Space Management System to reconcile differences with the real property data.   Helps provide document review and correction of individual real property records to be upheld in NASA real property accountable audits.   Fieldwork is required.   Performs other duties as assigned by the Supervisor.   Maintains work area in a clean, safe, and orderly condition.   Performs in compliance with Federal, State, local, NASA requirements  
Job ID
2017-1860
US-FL-Kennedy Space Center
Type
Full-Time 40
2 weeks ago(12/6/2017 10:23 AM)
CSS-Inc. seeks to hire a full time Coral Program Coordinator (CPC) to be located at the Puerto Rico Department of Natural Environmental Resources (DNER),Bureau of Coasts, Reserves and Refuges. The CPC will help the Puerto Rico Point of Contact (POC) for the NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program (CRCP) strengthen, coordinate, and implement Puerto Rico's Coral Reef Management Program. The CPC will also help the POC implement a cohesive approach for implementing science-based initiatives to manage and mitigate impacts to Puerto Rico's coral reef resources.   Responsiblities include: - Provide support to the Puerto Rico Coral Reef Program POC - Oversee performance and completion of Tasks and activities specified in Puerto Rico's Coral Grant Cooperative Agreement; - Manage all Puerto Rico’s Coral Reef Program Grant awards through the NOAA Grants Online system - Prepare and evaluate project proposals associated with coral reef conservation and management. - Develop and submit all post award action requests related to Puerto Rico’s Coral Reef Cooperative Agreements - Provide management and scientific advice in the formulation of coral reef and associated coastal ecosystem management projects - Coordinate and attend meetings as appropriate, including conference call - Convene and consult with DNER Coral Reef Advisory Committee to implement Puerto Rico’s Coral Reef Program. - Participate in workshops on coral reef conservation and management issues - Coordinate with federal and state agencies to develop and implement initiatives for conserving, protecting, and managing Puerto Rico’s coral reefs - Assist with implementing activities associated with the Local Action Strategies (LAS) and the Coral Reef Capacity Assessment. - Promote interactions among NOAA's Management and Fisheries Liaisons and Coral Fellowship recipients.
Job ID
2017-1858
PR-Río Piedras
Type
Full-Time 40
2 weeks ago(11/30/2017 2:41 PM)
- Develops, implements and maintains company policies adhering to local, state and federal environmental, health and safety regulations. - Involved in work areas and work procedures and makes environmental, health and safety recommendations accordingly. - Responsible for preparing, maintaining, and updating environmental policy and procedure manuals. - Ensures compliance with all environmental, health and safety regulations, and keeps abreast of any changes to laws and regulations that impact the organization. Formulates and maintains the Chemical Hygiene Plan, and manages the laboratory waste program. - Provides laboratory safety and other required regulatory health and safety training. Tracks and assures the status of worker H&S requirements, training, and records. - Manages appropriate documents and identifying safety measures. - Acts as an advisor on health and safety issues regarding projects, tasks, and operations. - Reports to the PHILIS Program Manager.
Job ID
2017-1857
US-
Type
Full-Time 40
1 month ago(11/8/2017 12:19 PM)
- The Fabrication Specialist will work in the Model, Machine, and Fabrication shop, and with its personnel supporting research facilities and combustors in an industrial setting. - Responsible for the non-engineering shop level design, layout, fabrication, installation, maintenance and repair of industrial equipment and systems, as well as custom proto type devices. - Work closely with other trades and technicians, often helping them complete their projects as needed to meet schedule requirements. - Research, specify, and process procurement documentation needed to order material to meet project objectives. - Control inventory of basic stock material, tooling, and hardware needed to perform work. - Manage all aspects of work flow through the Fabrication Shop. - Insure the Shop Services Request Forms are completed and submitted properly. - Layout, design, fit-up, bending and installation of stainless steel tubing and pipe on sizes 1/8 inch to 10-inch. - Design and layout of custom transitions fabricated from stainless steel duct work, metal, aluminum, plastic, wood, etc. - Complex sheet metal fabrication, design and installation. - Fabricate environmental chambers from Plexi-glass, aluminum and stainless steel. - Design and fabricate custom aluminum diamond plate instrument enclosures. - Fabricate intricate sampling apparatus from stainless steel.
Job ID
2017-1856
US-NC-Durham
Type
Full-Time 40
2 months ago(10/27/2017 4:47 PM)
CSS Inc. has an immediate opening for an Industrial Hygienist to provide industrial hygiene, occupational safety, and environmental services at our client site, the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD. Candidates should have experience and knowledge in assessing workplace hazards, developing and implementing ES&H programs, and preparing comprehensive reports to document findings. The Industrial Hygienist will be responsible for performing a variety of tasks including respirator fit testing, noise monitoring, and general hazard assessments. The position requires a team-oriented professional with strong organization skills as well as excellent writing and oral communication skills.
Job ID
2017-1855
US-MD-Bethesda
Type
Part-Time
1 month ago(11/13/2017 9:27 AM)
Seeking a Senior Systems Administrator to support work at EPA’s National Center for Computational Toxicology, Durham, NC. - Design, develop and document a process for daily, weekly and monthly patching, upgrades, and tuning for system maintenance and security vulnerabilities - Design and develop a plan/process for hardware refresh and future acquisitions - Document and validate procedures for disaster recovery - Document and evaluate parameters and metrics for the SAN - Document and analyze local policies regarding system access, network rights, and physical access to systems and equipment - Document and provide a report on system operating metrics for consistency, reliability, and availability - Perform other duties as required. This position will provide technical assistance, analysis and troubleshooting of a variety of Linux systems. The systems will need to be maintained and optimized through daily, weekly and monthly patching, upgrades, and tuning as required. This position will assist other personnel with the implementation of the operating system releases and help to maintain the operational status of systems. Tasks will include the development of recommendations for the acquisition of hardware and software necessary to support future IT requirements.
Job ID
2017-1854
US-NC-Durham
Type
Full-Time 40
3 months ago(9/28/2017 9:09 AM)
- Seeking a Senior DevOps Engineer to support work at the US EPA National Center for Computational Toxicology in Durham, NC. - This is a new position to utilize DevOps best practices to improve and automate the development, deployment, and delivery processes, working from beginning to end, including finalizing the selection of tools, technologies and automation processes. - Development activities will include continuous integration, continuous delivery, continuous testing, and continuous monitoring. - Selected candidate will work collaboratively with the software engineering teams to design continuous integration best practices, deploy applications and automate operations and processes. - Implement an automated process for product delivery and full lifecycle management - Apply best practices to the configuration, build, release, and defect management processes. - Support application development teams. - Write clear technical documentation of the developed processes and automation for use by developers, system administrators, and testers. - Interpret requirements and perform analyses to ensure that objectives are met. - Perform other duties as required.
Job ID
2017-1852
US-NC-Durham
Type
Full-Time 40
3 months ago(9/18/2017 6:01 PM)
Update 9/23: Transition on temporary hold due to an award protest.     This posting is for the registration of incumbent contractors supporting the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) laboratories in Charleston, Oxford, Beaufort, and Kasitsna Bay, supporting the NCCOS Headquarters in Silver Spring.  Please follow the instructions to submit your resume and answer some preliminary questions.   Please see the news section of our website regarding meetings in your area. As a friendly reminder, one-on-one sessions have been scheduled in Charleston, Beaufort and Oxford. If you have not done so already, visit http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e054eadaa2ca75-11sessions to schedule your one-on-one session. 
Job ID
2017-1850
US-
Type
Full-Time 40
4 months ago(8/22/2017 2:36 PM)
- Responsible for providing trade skill services in the assembly, setup, operation and maintenance of systems potentially involving toxic chemicals, microbiologicals (pathogenic and non-pathogenic), and other substances or equipment which are a source of hazards to human health and safety - Extensive travel, up to 50% of the time for up to 30 days in duration, is required for this position. -  Performs routine preventive and corrective maintenance and repairs on chemical and biological processing systems, equipment, components and the supporting infrastructure/interfacing systems - Performs set up, calibration, and operation of test and diagnostic equipment to support hazardous agent operations at fixed site and field site locations using standard, manual, powered and specialized tools - Responsible for strict adherence to documented operation and maintenance procedures and technical manuals to include exceptional safety practices, and highly organized records management - Daily tasks require standing, walking, stooping, bending, kneeling, climbing, crawling, frequently handling objects weighing up to 50 pounds without assistance, and over 50 pounds with assistance from others or weight handling equipment, for setting up systems and equipment and in completing task assignments - Working conditions include tasks being performed indoors and outdoors, sometimes in bad weather and/or in remote field site environments
Job ID
2017-1839
US-MD-Aberdeen Proving Ground
Type
Full-Time 40
4 months ago(8/22/2017 2:36 PM)
- Responsible for providing trade skill services in the assembly, setup, operation and maintenance of systems potentially involving toxic chemicals, microbiologicals (pathogenic and non-pathogenic), and other substances or equipment, which are a source of hazards to human health and safety - Extensive travel, up to 50% of the time for up to 30 days in duration, is required for this position. -  Performs routine preventive and corrective maintenance and repairs on chemical and biological processing systems, equipment, components and the supporting infrastructure/interfacing systems - Performs set up, calibration, and operation of test and diagnostic equipment to support hazardous agent operations at fixed site and field site locations using standard, manual, powered and specialized tools - Responsible for strict adherence to documented operation and maintenance procedures and technical manuals to include exceptional safety practices, and highly organized records management - Daily tasks require standing, walking, stooping, bending, kneeling, climbing, crawling, frequently handling objects weighing up to 50 pounds without assistance, and over 50 pounds with assistance from others or weight handling equipment, for setting up systems and equipment and in completing task assignments - Working conditions include tasks being performed indoors and outdoors, sometimes in bad weather and/or in remote field site environments
Job ID
2017-1838
US-MD-Aberdeen Proving Ground
Type
Full-Time 40