Quality Assurance role at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)

The job(s) available are for a Quality Assurance (QA) role in the USACE, working specifically on decommissioning army nuclear reactors. The information that was passed to me is:

This position is located in the North Atlantic Baltimore Division, the Environmental and Munitions Design Center (EMDC), Remedial Investigations and Design Section.  The mission of the EMDC is to provide district program and project management; design management; and field oversight for Hazardous Toxic and Radioactive Waste (HTRW) and Military Munitions (MM) projects executed by Baltimore District. In addition, the EMDC serves as a regional HTRW Design Center, a regional Center of expertise for Radiological Health Physics, and a national MM Design Center. The EMDC is organized into the following groups: Military PM Section, Civil PM Section, Remedial Investigation and Design Section, Environmental Safety Office, Munitions Safety Office, Radiological Safety Office, and Front Office.

Job Duties include:

-Identify common hazards related to general worker safety practices during demolition or remediation activities executed by tradesmen or craftsmen, and the equipment used, such as critical lifts, industrial machinery.

-Provide general surveillance of quality assurance activities for demolition/decommissioning projects.

-Determine work methods or approaches for conducting demolition or remediation of structures on land areas impacted by radioactive materials.

-Serve as a consult to personnel on the field engineering aspects of an assigned Nuclear Power Plant Decommissioning Project, to include, but not limited to, SM-1A Reactor in Fort Greely Alaska, and SM-1 in Fort Belvoir, VA.

For additional information, please reach out to our Radiological Center of Expertise Chief, Mr. David Watters, (443) 702-6177, david.j.watters@usace.army.mil.

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