Job Overview: Working as part of a joint venture with BWXT to form BWSR, Engineers report to the Engineering Manager in support of the Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) efforts at the Kesselring Naval Training Unit in West Milton, NY. Engineers (ERWs) work closely with Operations, Radiological Controls, and EH&S personnel to develop detailed work procedures for the performance of Radiological D&D work. ERWs are provided training and must maintain qualifications to strict Program standards that regulate the conduct of this work. ERWs are responsible for assessing conditions associated with work assignments and determining the most efficient method of performing work that satisfied all Program and local requirements.
Developing and authoring technical work documents for the company's specialized workforce to safely and efficiently perform radiological and other hazardous remediation
Participating in work scoping to understand site conditions, work to be performed, and end state
Work to incorporate all required regulatory and customer requirements and standards, including As Low As Reasonably Achievable (ALARA) exposure controls, control of hazardous, toxic, and other regulated material generated during work, and appropriate safety controls
Participating in developing project schedules
Developing technical specifications for subcontracted work
Developing facility characterization plans
Overseeing and examining production/subcontractor work
Conducting project debriefs
Must be aware of federal, state and local safety laws to ensure the organization complies with all current safety regulations.
Developing Project Closeout and Release Report
B.S. degree in Engineering or Science is required
Minimum 3 years of experience in Nuclear, Construction, Demolition or Remediation fields
US Citizenship is required: no dual citizenship
Ability to create sound Technical Work Documents (TWDs)
Adaptation to culture focusing on Safety and Health
Prior Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program experience is preferred but not required
Radiological and environmental D&D experience is preferred
Ability to obtain and maintain a Department of Energy Level L Security Clearance
Ability to obtain and maintain radiological qualifications
APTIM was created by Veritas Capital, a leading private equity firm, following acquisition of CB&I's Capital Services business. With approximately 15,000 employees deployed across hundreds of offices and customer sites globally, APTIM provides integrated maintenance services, environmental engineering and remediation, infrastructure, EPC services, program management, disaster response and recovery, resiliency planning, and energy management services for private sector and government customers. Our timely and cost-effective solutions not only satisfy our customers' needs, but also improve the quality of life for people around the world.
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