Contracts / Procurement Closeout Specialists – Richland, WA (LOCAL / HYBRID)
Duration: 10 - 12+ months
Location: Richland, Washington
Site: U.S. Department of Energy, Office of River Protection | Tank Farm Project – Hanford
Start Date: September 2022
Work Schedule: In the office two days - Remote / Work from him 3 days per week Work Hours: 4/10 schedule 6am-4:30pm
ST Pay Rate: $30 - $60/hr depending on experience, skills, qualifications (non-exempt)
This work is to provide administrative functions or program support services where the products to be generated by the services are subject to control by established TOC program controls and review/approval processes. The intent is 3 full time positions. The successful candidates will perform subcontract and purchase order closeouts. Closeout actions will require review of not only contract files, but reviews of required vendor submittals to ensure full completion of contract scope.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
Education: College Degree is not required. High School Diploma (or GED) is required.
Experience 1. 5 years of Contracts/Procurement or related experience.
Certification: No Certification Required
The individual assigned to this task must complete HGET in order to obtain a work approved Hanford site badge.
Work Location/Potential Access
The work location for this project MAY require the subcontractor to work in multiple buildings located within the Tank Farms Contractor’s management and will require a security badge. The primary location for this work will be at 1820 Terminal Drive, Richland, WA.
Site Access/Work Hours
Hanford personnel at the Hanford Site work a standard 4/10 schedule. The standard work week consist of ten (10) hours of work between 6:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. with one-half hour designated as an unpaid period for lunch, Monday through Thursday. Work performed outside normal operating hours shall be coordinated and approved by the Level 1 Manager prior to performing the work.
Preliminary hazard assessment PHA ID: 31 is to be used for general office duties performed in TOC-controlled office facilities only. Prior to performing any activities outside of the office facility, a job hazard analysis (JHA) must be completed to cover the activities to be performed. The JHA must be approved by a TOC Safety Representative.