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Technical Project Manager – Los Alamos, NM
Work Location: On-Site full time
Rate: is open and non-exempt
Hours: 40-60 hrs per week (anticipate 55 hrs per week)
Per diem: Available for those who qualify
Mob / Demob: Available for those who qualify
Trip home: 1 per month
Completion Bonus $$
US Citizenship Required
The Technical Project Manager manages and ensures the timely completion of discrete technical or operational projects; establishes technical requirements for the project; defines project deliverables, budgets, and schedules; and oversees the project team in the planning, tracking, and execution of the project from initiation to completion. Projects are a set of related activities needed to produce specific products or services to meet customers’ requirements. Projects develop work packages that define what will be accomplished to meet specific programmatic needs and produce the work products defined by the work packages. Projects are finite, with a definite beginning, middle, and end. The customer may be an external body, such as a federal agency, or maybe an internal organization within the Laboratory. Projects are typically a subset of and funded by, a Laboratory program, but (rarely) may be stand-alone and separately funded.
The position typically requires a minimum of a bachelor’s degree. Post-graduate coursework and at least 5 years of relevant DOE/Commercial nuclear experience are typically required for this function and level or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Past Q clearance is desired. Past hazard category II facility experience is desired. Nuclear facility D&D experience is desired.