Requisition ID: 248868
- Relocation Authorized: National – Family
- Grade: 25-26
- Position to be Panel Interviewed? Yes
- Requisition Posting End Date: 01/27/2022
- Salary Range: $82,740 – $145,680 annually (determined by function, education, experience, and qualifications of the applicant)
The Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP) will safely destroy 2,611 tons of mustard agent in mortar rounds and artillery projectiles stored at the U.S. Army Pueblo Chemical Depot (PCD) approximately 25 miles from Pueblo, Colorado. Neutralization followed by biotreatment is the technology selected by the Department of Defense to destroy the Pueblo chemical weapons stockpile. The PCAPP plant began the operations and munition destruction phase as of September 2016.
Candidates for unescorted access to the Chemical Limited Area must successfully clear National Agency Check with Local Check (NACLC). All employees are subject and agree to random drug and alcohol testing as a condition of employment. Must be physically fit and able to work safely at an operating plant. Eligible applicants must be a US Citizen and successfully go through a government screening process. Based on project goals and objectives, candidates established within our local community are desirable.
The Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP) is looking for an experienced Corrective Action Program Manager to lead/support the Corrective Action Program and associated Performance Improvement activities at the Pueblo, CO location. This position will report to the Project Quality Manager at the PCAPP project. The successful candidate will be expected to work near and or in a chemical demilitarization operating facility and perform Corrective Action Program and Performance Improvement activities.
This is a long-term assignment with a 4-10 schedule. The work hours are from 6:30am – 5:00pm Monday-Thursday. This position may require additional overtime hours as deemed necessary.
- Responsible for preparation, establishment, implementation, and continual improvement of quality procedures/processes as directed by the Project Quality Manager, including condition reporting, causal analysis, continuous improvement, self-assessments, metrics, trending, and lessons learned programs. Ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, local laws, rules, and regulations and implement continuous improvement of the processes.
- Analyze data to present performance feedback and recommendations for improvement from the quality processes mentioned above to project management.
- Develop, improve, and deliver training regarding the processes mentioned above to project personnel, as deemed necessary by the Project Quality Manager.
- Ensures timely and effective implementation of project quality plan elements (described above) as directed by the Project Quality Manager.
- Provide continual improvements to the corrective action process and update programs as required.
- Responsible for activities related to data planning, developing, and the establishment of policies and procedures pertaining to the corrective action database management, security, and maintenance. Advise personnel on data processing administrative policies and procedures, security maintenance, technical problems, methods, priorities, and utilization.
- Maintain procedures for the Corrective Action Program; develop administrative procedures and maintain security roles/permissions of closed loop corrective action management system.
- Plan and coordinate regular Management Review Board (MRB) meetings. Establish relative priorities of MRB agenda items, support timely product review and decision making by MRB, ensure MRB business is performed in accordance with applicable procedures, and MRB decisions are documented appropriately.
- Review, maintain, status, and coordinate with project personnel regarding condition reporting corrective actions.
- Develop and present metrics to senior and mid-level plant management on the health of the CAP.
- Mediate meetings/conferences that are conducted to resolve condition reporting corrective actions.
- Coordinate with all organizations for resolution of corrective action issues.
- Provide managers and supervisors with feedback for improvements regarding their organizational performance and management of issues.
- Develop key performance indicators for monitoring of department CAP.
- Provide analysis and trends of data resulting from the CAP.
- Facilitate integration of the CAP into the project strategic objectives.
- Consult with supervisors concerning unusual problems and developments. Independently make decisions regarding corrective action issues or problems and perform duties necessary to fulfill such requests.
- Special projects as directed by management.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications and Skills
- Level 1: A recognized degree in an engineering or a related scientific discipline, from an accredited college or university with at least 6 years of relevant work experience in relevant types of engineering such as systems startup, mechanical and field engineering, electrical engineering or plant operation in large industrial plants, utilities, process plants or other engineering/construction firms. In lieu of a degree, minimum of 12 years of relevant work experience in relevant types of engineering such as systems startup, mechanical and field engineering, electrical engineering or plant operation in large industrial plants, utilities, process plants or other engineering/construction firms.
- Level 2: A recognized degree in an engineering or a related scientific discipline, from an accredited college or university with at least 9 years of relevant work experience in relevant types of engineering such as systems startup, mechanical and field engineering, electrical engineering or plant operation in large industrial plants, utilities, process plants or other engineering/construction firms. In lieu of a degree, minimum of 15 years of relevant work experience in relevant types of engineering such as systems startup, mechanical and field engineering, electrical engineering or plant operation in large industrial plants, utilities, process plants or other engineering/construction firms.
- Must be a US Citizen.
- Must be able to obtain and maintain any security clearances required for this position per Army Regulation 50-6 (Chemical Surety).
- Proficiency in the use of common software applications and able to operate general office equipment.
- Advanced proficiency in use of Microsoft applications.
- Ability to plan, develop, maintain, and implement a corrective action program.
- Experience with project improvement techniques.
- Proficiency in oral and written communication.
- Ability to work independently or as part of a team, high degree of accountability and ownership.
- Strong organizational and leadership skills.
- Experience in Root Cause / Apparent Cause Analysis.
- Six Sigma (Yellow, Green, or Black Belt certified).
- Experience in a Conduct of Operations or Work Management environment.
- Ability to train others on use of the Corrective Action Program.
- Previous experience with Corrective Action Program over-sight.
- Proficiency in the DevonWay suite of tools.
- Intermediate knowledge in the application of engineering, environmental, industrial safety and health, procurement, construction, start-up, commissioning, operations, decommissioning sufficient to comprehend project quality program documents, including condition reports.
- Knowledge of the quality principles and their application to engineering, environmental, procurement, construction, systemization, operations, or decommissioning.
- Understanding of condition reporting/corrective action programs as applicable to a complex industrial engineering, procurement, construction, and operations project.
- Ability to plan and schedule assigned work and complete tasks on time.
- Flexibility to respond to urgent project requests and/or changing priorities.
- Ability to work under pressure and with minimum supervision.
- Previous experience at a DoD or Chemical-Demilitarization job site.
This project is subject to the Army Regulations (AR50-6 Chemical Surety) which governs persons performing work under the Unescorted Access Program (UAP). Depending on the work performed and the access granted a government security investigation and other physical requirements such as respirators may be mandated. Eligibility to be placed in a UAP position requires US citizenship.
The following Surety Program marked with an “x” apply to this job:
_____ None / No Program
_____ This position is designated as a Chemical Duty Position and is subject to the requirements of the Chemical Personnel Reliability Program (CPRP). As a condition of employment, candidates and incumbents must favorably complete a series of screenings included but not limited to: a personnel security investigation, urinalysis testing, medical exam and respiratory screening, and must meet and maintain personnel suitability and reliability requirements established by Army Regulations.
___X_ This position is designated as an Unescorted Access Position (UAP). As a condition of employment, candidates and incumbents must favorably complete a series of screenings included but not limited to: a personnel security investigation, urinalysis testing, respiratory screening and must meet and maintain personnel suitability and reliability requirements established by Army Regulations.
This PCAPP position falls under the scope of the McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act of 1965 (SCA). The SCA requires PCAPP to provide employees with benefits and wages no less than the amounts the Department of Labor has established for the location and classification in which the employee will be working.
At Bechtel, our employees enjoy a competitive total rewards package that includes comprehensive medical, dental, and vision plans, along with optional disability and supplemental insurance options, generous paid time off, paid holidays, paid parental leave, discretionary bonuses, and a well-designed 401K plan with matching and profit-sharing components.
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