Professional Equipment Support (SNV-140)

Las Vegas, NV
SEE Program
11/23/2021
Las Vegas, NV
15.00  Hourly
15.00  Hourly
Monday - Friday, Days
Professional Equipment Support
ID:SNV-140Location:Las VegasProgram:SEE
Wage/Hr:$15.00Hours/Week:40 hours/week Monday - Friday, DaysMinimum Age:55

Being Age 55 or Older is Good for The Environment! The Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program offers unique opportunities in Scientific, Technical, and Administrative / Office support for individuals age 55 and over to support the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) through a grant administered program through National Older Worker Career Center (NOWCC). This is a unique program where your talents, expertise and experience will truly be valued. You'll be working side-by-side with EPA staff that are doing important work every day. Pay rate: $15.00/hr. Benefits: Paid Health Insurance Premium, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Time, Paid Federal Holidays, One Individual Holiday, and optional Vision and Dental Insurance available. This position requires a background check prior to onboarding. Must be a United States Citizen to be eligible for this position.

Qualifications:

Minimum of 2 year(s) of experience in Education in Vehicle maintenance, Math, Science, or related field. Combinations of experience and education can be used to qualify for this position, or a degree can be qualifying OR HS/GED Degree Previously completed training in Vehicle maintenance, environmental science

  • Experience required with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Copying Machine, Scanner
  • MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Teams)
Duties:

Provide support for the Emergency Response Team staff at the Center for Radiation Preparedness and Response (CRPR) in Las Vegas by ensuring the proper functioning of related vehicles/equipment/instruments, maintain, inventory and track emergency response consumable items and assist with the deployment of associated equipment. Tasks identified within this Position Description are generally not portable and enrollee will be expected to report to the office to perform required tasks as directed by their monitor up to 5 days per week.

  • Perform and verify vehicle and generator operations.    25%
  • Schedule/track vehicle and generator maintenance and cleaning. Organize and monitor shop areas, tools, and supplies   20%
  • Ship equipment and maintain related documentation. Ensure proper handling, labeling and documentation following IAW Federal regulations. Prepare/assist with the deployment of emergency response assets and assist with inventory, inspection and storing of returning deployed equipment. for calibration/repair and maintain related documentation   15%
  • Maintain, inventory and track emergency response consumable items    15%
  • Maintain and update logbooks, computer databases and other records. Use computer-based spreadsheets or databases for management of inventory.   15%
  • Identify / research vehicle parts and consumable equipment for purchase.   5%
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Center Director, SEE Monitor or Alternate SEE Monitor.   5%

Other:
  • Radiation, Environmental, Health and Safety Training.
  • Radiation, Environmental, Health and Safety Training, Forklift
  • Overnight travel: 2 times per (up to 5 days)
  • Air travel anticipated: 2 times per year
  • Health Safety Training: Individual must receive NRC-approved training, "Basic Radiation Worker Training." Individual must also receive training from National Center for Radiation Field Operations (NCRFO) staff on local activities.
  • Health and Safety Considerations: Individual will receive this required training prior to related work assignment and participation.
  • Lifting less than 50 lbs, such as moving cases of instruments in preparation for deployment, testing, storage, and or shipping. Possible exposure to hot/cold weather. Physical activities could include conducting maintenance at/near rotating and operating equipment. Potential exposure to radiation sources and other chemicals and hazardous materials such as oil, lubricants, greases, and other equipment and vehicle maintenance-related materials/waste.
  • Required Safety Gear: Coveralls, gloves, hard hat, steel-toed shoes and safety goggles/glasses as needed.
  • Safety Gear Use: When lifting and moving deployable unit and radiation instrument cases. When doing minor equipment repair and calibration.

NOWCC is committed to promoting equal opportunity and to an environment free from discrimination and harassment in any form when hiring and administering Experienced Worker Programs under cooperative agreements with federal agencies. It is NOWCC?s policy to comply with all applicable laws that provide equal opportunity and to prohibit unlawful discrimination in hiring enrollees in the federal programs.