Vulcan NGL Environmental Engineer (90007BR)

  • ManTech International
  • USA, FLORIDA Cocoa Beach
  • 02/26/2018

Job Description

USA, FLORIDA Cocoa Beach Full-Time Security Clearance: Secret General Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: · Analysis and preparation if NEPA documents (primarily AF Form 813s) · Evaluation of contractor environmental program submittals. · Preparation and update of Government Acquisition Program environmental documents such as Programmatic Environment, Safety and Health Evaluation (PESHE), and Environmental Mitigation Plan. · Provide recommendations and support to customer with respect to environmental requirements · Collaborate and coordinate environmental program tasks and initiatives with offsite teammates · Prepare program documents and materials to maintain continued acquisition program environmental compliance · Evaluate contractor environmental program submittals for adequacy vs. requirements. · Prepare periodic reports summarizing environmental activities status and plans. · Monitor launch vehicle provider's environmental compliance with the NEPA, Federal, State, and local laws, as well as launch site environmental policies and restrictions. · Assess environmental documentation · Responsible for assessment of System Safety and Environmental documentation submitted related to launch site · Assess NEPA Documentation, Environmental Impact Analysis, Permits, Hazardous Material Program Plan, Pollution Prevention Program Plan and other environmental plans against environmental laws and CSOSAs. · Create reports and risk assessments and document Environmental and Safety assessments · Provide liaison with SMC/LE Environmental personnel and CCAFS Environmental organizations. · Report to the Lead Systems Engineer at LAAFB to coordinate environmental tasks at LAAFB, CA including interfaces with SMC/LE safety and SMC/SE, SMC/EN staff offices. See Qualifications / Requires Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, and ten to twelve years of related experience. • Familiarity with Air Force launch, space and range environmental requirements is required. • Demonstrated experience with engineering in a complex environment. • Ability to articulate clearly and concisely, both oral and in writing. Ability to give presentations to senior leadership and large audiences. • Experience working with senior government leaders, particularly USAF Range Safety and Environmental agencies. • Minimum 10 years’ experience in coordinating environmental activities for launch or space vehicle systems and delivering associated documentation, as directed by the Government. • Extensive experience supporting Range User’s with environmental requirements compliance and hands on oversight/insight of operations at CCAFS/VAFB. • Ability to determine integration strategy and approach for the New Entrant candidates into the overall EELV Program NEPA strategy. • Experience evaluating launch site permit lists, hazardous material handling plans and the ability to ensure overall environmental compliance with Federal, local, state, and local base rules and occupational health for launch site operations. • Ability to enter observations, evaluation, analysis, and assessment recommendations in reports. ManTech International Corporation is comprised of approximately 7,300 talented employees who use advanced technology to help government and industry meet some of their greatest challenges around the world. We adhere to the simple, no-nonsense values on which ManTech was founded more than four decades ago, aligning squarely with the mission objectives of our customers. As our customer base continues to expand and diversify, we continue to diversify our workforce and solutions. Nearly half our employees have a military background, and approximately 70 percent hold a government security clearance. As a leading provider of innovative technology services and solutions for the nation's defense, security, health, space, and intelligence communities; we hold nearly 1,100 active contracts with more than 50 different government agencies JBManTech ICJBMeta