Technical Lead Engineer
Location: Knoxville, TN
NOTE: This is a proactive posting for a future need:
B&P support: Review RFP documents, conduct opportunity research, identify and outline a detailed response strategy and prepare technical proposal response. (White Papers / Proposal Response - text and graphics development / Resumes, and Cost Build-up).
Technical Lead Engineer: Manage the engineering activities and staff (professional/union) for multiple nuclear liquid and solid DOE waste storage, treatment, associated material/equipment storage units, ancillary trailers/facilities and office buildings. Engineering activities include assessing, maintaining and completing modifications for facility repairs, tank inspection, preventive maintenance, and maintenance of equipment to maintain waste operations and related ancillary facilities to assure all systems and equipment remain operable, stable, safe, and in an environmentally compliant condition.
Technical Lead Engineer shall have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in engineering and a minimum of 10 years of experience providing technical and management support in a chemical or nuclear industry. The Technical Lead Engineer shall have a minimum of 5 years of experience in maintaining, installing, and repairing equipment and managing treatment processes in a chemical or nuclear industry. The Technical Lead Engineer should have experience managing an RCRA permitted facility, and experience maintaining a DOE/NNSA facility within a prescribed facility safety envelope. The Technical Lead Engineer shall have knowledge and experience in managing personnel in various disciplines. Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) accreditation of the Technical Lead Engineer’s engineering program is the preferred standard.
Education Level Bachelors Degree
Years of Experience 10+ YearsBenefits N/A
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