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Environmental Site Lead
Navarro Research & Engineering, Inc. is recruiting for a Environmental Site Lead in Grand Junction, CO.
Navarro is a premier contractor providing high-quality technical services to DOE, NASA, and DOD. Navarro’s success is based on our customer service focus and our well-known responsiveness and innovation. In all we do, either in corporate management or in our services to our clients, we seek for the most effective and efficient approaches to provide best value to our client.
Provide site management, technical planning, and direction for project budgeting and scheduling; prepare bid packages; oversight for construction projects; supervision of matrixed staff when needed; oversight for and/or directing subcontractors; conduct annual site inspections; data analysis; technical report writing and reviewing.
Works closely with Legacy Management Support organizations to include, but not limited to Safety and Health, Engineering, Environmental Compliance, Contracts Services (procurement), Project Control Services, Public Affairs, and coordinating with DOE-LM Site Managers.
Plans, coordinates, and controls work to ensure proper implementation of procedures to meet project milestones; analyzes problems and opportunities; identifies key tasks and critical steps; establishes contingency plans and establishes priorities.
In addition to the site management duties for specific sites assigned for this position, this position can also be responsible for providing support to other projects for scoping; cost estimates; budgeting; preparing bid packages and close out reports; construction, engineering, and technology evaluations; and reviewing and analyzing proposed rules that would impact DOE Legacy Management activities.
Expected to act independently and provide technical vision and options to resolve issues, while also communicating effectively to ensure vertical awareness of key issues, and attain associated internal management and support organization alignment.
Responsible for budget and schedule development; analysis of cost and schedule variances; estimates at project completion and reporting (Earned Value Management).
High level of safety and health awareness, ability to execute work safely, lead by example, and contribute to a safe working culture. Subject matter expert on supervising, planning, assessment, and reporting on issues related to uranium mill tailings disposal cell performance.
Meets with DOE clients, regulators, and stakeholders to review status of projects and plan work.
Ensures that all site activities comply with established policies and procedures.
Supports other activities as assigned.
Bachelor degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Project Management, or Natural Sciences.
Knowledge of fundamental principles, concepts, and techniques in the coordination of engineering and environmental projects/programs, including safety (OSHA), health and environmental regulations, budgetary functions, and matrix management systems.
Comprehensive knowledge of principles, concepts, and techniques of project management, construction management, general construction, earthwork, facilities maintenance, and geotechnical engineering and testing.
Significant experience managing construction crews and activities; reading and understanding engineering plans and specifications; procurement of construction subcontracts; change of conditions for any work beyond original scope; and producing documentation of as-built conditions.
Demonstrated ability to interpret a broad range of strategic requirements, and develop and execute plans to satisfy them.
Excellent listening skills, mathematical skills, reasoning ability, and computer skills necessary to perform essential functions of the job.
Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and persuasively, in both written and verbal form.
Ability to forge and foster effective relationships with coworkers, management, and clients.
Experience presenting information on highly technical and complex subject matter to a variety of internal and external audiences
Experience working with multiple governmental agencies, regulators, and stakeholders
Working knowledge of UMTRCA, CERCLA, RCRA, NEPA, etc is desired
Experience with the cleanup of low-level radiological waste materials and landfill/disposal cell operations is desirable
Professional certification is a plus but not required (e.g., PE, PMP, CHP, CHMM, PG).
Due to the nature of the government contract requirements and/or clearance requirements, US citizenship is required.
Navarro is an equal-opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability.
Grand Junction, CO
Minimum Experience (yrs):
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