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Job Description Summary:
CES is looking for a Program Support Specialist with at least ten (10) years of technical work experience in the DOE nuclear weapons complex – preferably in plutonium processing or TRU/TRM/LLW/LLMW waste certification/shipping or environmental remediation or RCRA/CERCLA regulatory requirements. Equivalent work experience may be considered.
Must possess law experience providing legal services including conducting legal research and analysis, verifying legal citations, preparing legal documents, and writing reports and memoranda. These legal research and legal writing knowledge and skills are necessary to be a successfulfication/Declassification Program Support Specialist.
Provide technical support for identifications, determinations and protections regardingfied and controlled unclassified information (CUI) or other sensitive information using DOE approvedfication guides within limits of specified jurisdictions and specified areas of authority approved by thefication Officer.
Maintain authorizations as Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information (UCNI) Reviewing Official and be aware of Export Control Information (ECI) requirements.
Provide clear and routine communications tofication Officer regarding the status of work in progress.
Evaluate activefication guides as appropriate and make recommendations on the impact of changes to thefication Officer.
Update and support development of new guides as requested by thefication Officer and DOE external customers.
Completefication Officer-assigned service and technical requests.
Assist internal and external customers in defining requests to ensure that requirements, priorities and commitments are understood and documented.
Complete review of the specified documents/media using the applicable DOE approvedfication guidance to determine the correctfication level of the documents/media, correct the markings and make the appropriate notifications, identify and bracket the portion(s) that must be redacted to sanitize the document.
Prepare redacted version of the documents to reflect the status of the redacted or extracted version and make the appropriate notifications.
Notify the DOEfication Officer of documents/items destined for public release or believed to be incorrectlyfied which contains information outside the purview of the DOEfication Office.
Work with DOE HQ Office offication as needed to accomplish the necessary reviews within DOE requirements.
Ensure that all documents handled are appropriatelyfied, marked and protected.
Prepare necessary notifications offication change determinations.
Review all requests for submitted documents/media for public release prior to approval for release, as authorized by the DOEfication Officer, other DOE entities, or external DOE customers as requested. Interface with the DOE HQ Office offication and be a significant contact with HQ and other DOE sites.
Performfication policy impact analysis as required.
Attendfication Officer meetings and Weapons Contractorfication Committee meetings and represent the DOEfication Officer with authority and credibility.
Maintain logs on program throughput and requiredfication statistics as required.
Support annual Information Security/Classification Program Self-Assessments, as requested.
Operate a Microsoft Windows-based computer and desktop software commensurate with skills required by skills and competencies described above.
Create, edit, and format fillable forms in Adobe Acrobat Pro (or equivalent software).
Demonstratefied Matter Protection and Control (CMPC) expertise through consistent, precise implementation of CMPC requirements.
Bachelor’s degree and/or Juris Doctor.
Minimum 10 years of technical work experience in the DOE nuclear weapons complex (preferably in plutonium processing or TRU/TRM/LLW/LLMW waste certification/shipping or environmental remediation or RCRA/CERCLA regulatory requirements. Equivalent work experience may be considered.
Law experience providing legal services including conducting legal research and analysis, verifying legal citations, preparing legal documents, and writing reports and memoranda.
Knowledge of law, legal precedents, government procedures, government regulations, executive orders, and agency rules.
Active DOE Q security clearance with SIGMA l5 authorization, or the ability to obtain it within a reasonable period of time.
Ability to become authorized as Derivativefier (DC) /Derivative Declassifier (DD) in weapons production, plutonium processing, nonproliferation, reactor, secure transportation safeguards, weapons materials, and weapons testing in current and legacy facilities per DOE internal guidelines and regulations.
Ability to create, edit, mark, stamp, bracket, redact, sanitize and otherwise manipulate complex electronic documents that may include tables, images, table of contents, indexes, formulas, and other structures in Adobe Acrobat Pro, Microsoft Word and Excel.
May require prolonged periods of sitting at a desk.
Contingent upon clearance verification