for ARServices in Pueblo, CO USA
ARServices is seeking an On-site Manager (OSM) to lead a team that to provides 24/7 treaty inspection **** personnel and logistics support (transportation) for Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) treaty compliance. Treaty compliance includes the ongoing Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) Technical Secretariat (TS) inspectors? continuous inspection monitoring of the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP) and the Chemical Weapon Destruction Facility (CWDF), Pueblo, Colorado. The OSM will serve at the Treaty Office Facility (TOF) and Lodging Facility and interface on a routine basis with the on-site U.S Government DTRA Pueblo Treaty Monitoring Branch Chief (also known as the Treaty **** Manager (TEM).
- Communicate the **** team mission support requirements, priorities and activities to the ARServices team
- Communicate with the DTRA Treaty Monitoring Branch Chief/TEM at the site on requirements to:
- attend/participate in meetings; support particular activities within PWS requirements;
- plan and oversee the completion of contractor personnel training and qualification requirements;
- and provide timely advance notice and updates of contractor personnel assigned to shifts.
- If shifts contain more than one contractor ****, the OSM shall identify for each on-site contract **** shift, the supervisory or lead contract **** responsible for interface with the USG Shift Leader on support priorities and activities during that shift.
- SECRET security clearance
- Locally based within an acceptable commuting time/distance of the CWDF at Pueblo
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Valid state operator's/driver's license (no commercial driver?s license required)
- Pass a Category 2 Physical per standards and intervals specified in Department of Army Pamphlet 40-173 (see references), as modified by U.S. Army SAIE-ESOH Memorandum, Interim Guidance on Occupational Health Practices for the Evaluation and Control of Occupational Exposures to Nerve Agents GA, GB, GD, GF and VX and Mustard Agents H, HD, and HT, 6 November 2012.
- Ability to properly wear a chemical protective mask
- Qualify for and participate in the CWDF's Unescorted Access Program (UAP), per requirements in DoD Instruction 5210.65 and Army Regulation 50-6, to include participation in the CWDF's or USG's local urinalysis program if required.
- Be in good physical condition and able to meet the physical requirements of escorting inspectors in an industrial setting.
- Ability to read, comprehend and apply a wide range of English language technical documents related to CW demilitarization and treaty matters, to include the CWC, applicable facility agreements, standard operating procedures (SOPs), inspection and verification plans, situation reports, mission guidance and government policies.
- Ability to apply guidelines and technical requirements from various sources to actual situations.
- Ability to verbally report, write and record detailed information with exactness.
- Ability to clearly articulate appropriate policies and procedures.
- Ability to communicate effectively and use appropriate group dynamic skills with foreign inspectors to properly accomplish inspection activities.
- Ability to accomplish tasks independently and in one-on-one situations with inspectors or site personnel.
- Strong computer skills, such as entering, editing and saving information into databases, spreadsheets, word processing documents, and SharePoint products that are the basis for treaty records.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs for such tasks.
ARServices is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Job Category: Other / Miscellaneous
Location: Pueblo, CO USA
Zip Code: 81006
Posted on: 12/02/2019
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