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Conduct of Operations Mentors – Los Alamos National Laboratory – Los Alamos, NM
Hourly Pay Rate: is open and non-exempt
Hours: 40 – 60 hrs per week (anticipate 55 hrs per week) day and night shifts
Per diem: Yes, for those who qualify
Trip home: 1 per month
Work Location: Full time on-site Los Alamos National Lab
Bonus: offered after project completion
I’ve attached an example of what the conduct of operations is in the DOE sector. You’ll want to review before you recruit to understand high-level what you’re looking for. We are essentially needing DOE Conduct of Operations SME’s or DOE Conduct of Operations Program Mgrs to act as mentors on-site for this project.
Purpose of Conduct of Operations –
The objective of this Order is to define the requirements for establishing and implementing Conduct of Operations Programs at Department of Energy (DOE), including National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), facilities and projects. A Conduct of Operations Program consists of formal documentation, practices, and actions implementing disciplined and structured operations that support mission success and promote worker, public, and environmental protection. The goal is to minimize the likelihood and consequences of human fallibility or technical and organizational system failures. Conduct of Operations is one of the safety management programs recognized in the Nuclear Safety Rule [Title 10 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 830, Nuclear Safety Management], but it also supports safety and mission success for a wide range of hazardous, complex, or mission-critical operations, and some conduct of operations attributes can enhance even routine operations. It supports the Integrated Safety Management (ISM) System by providing concrete techniques and practices to implement the ISM Core Functions of Develop and Implement Hazard Controls and Perform Work Within Controls. It may be implemented through facility policies, directives, plans, and safety management systems and need not be a stand-alone program.
The term “operations” encompasses the work activities of any facility or organization, from building infrastructure, to print shops and computer centers, to scientific research, and to nuclear facilities. While many hazards can be dealt with through engineered solutions, people still have to perform operations, and they can and do make mistakes. The purpose of this Order is to ensure that management systems are designed to anticipate and mitigate the consequences of human fallibility or potential latent conditions and to provide a vital barrier to prevent injury, environmental insult or asset damage, and to promote mission success.