AECOM Area Supervisor in Richmond, Kentucky
Business Line Government
Position Title Area Supervisor
United States of America - Kentucky
AECOM is seeking an Area Supervisor for the Bluegrass Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant project located in Richmond, KY.
Typical Responsibilities Include:
Perform all work safely and with the utmost concern for the safety of self and other employees.
Perform all work in compliance with environmental permits and regulations.
May be required to work overtime or varying hours to include shift work.
Be at work when scheduled and maintain a good attendance record.
Work in close proximity to and or in a chemical demilitarization facility.
Assign, supervise and direct work activities of assigned personnel.
Counsel assigned personnel on company policies, procedures, performance and personnel issues
Responsible for performance evaluations, recommending salary adjustments and reviewing leave requests
Prepare and review plans, procedures and manuals for project implementation as necessary
Understand all applicable operational and regulatory requirements and ensure operations, deviations, and testing conforms to these requirements
Enforce standards and expectations for assigned personnel
Provide clear, concise goals and objectives, policies and procedures, priorities and constraints that must be met during operations (ie schedule, budget, personnel and equipment restraints)
Reinforce conduct of operations and compliance culture
Responsible for certification program, training and development of assigned personnel
Provide operational technical support as required and support Training as subject matter expert
Review resumes, conduct interviews and identify desired candidates
Ensure adequate munitions and other materials are available to support operations
Support the LOTO Coordinator in the day-to-day execution of LOTO Program
Perform shift work sign-on to allow work within a job package during shift
Ensure equipment is started, operated, and shutdown according to approved project standard operating procedures These equipment activities apply to initial startup, normal operations, demonstration testing, post maintenance testing, modifications, and/or campaign changeover activities to support closure
Verify equipment can be worked on, retest required, authorize the performance of work, verify that necessary permits are in place, and notify management of the change to plant status and schedule variance
Provide work control support by initiating and planning work orders, attendance at T-minus schedule meetings, and attendance at forced and planned outage schedule meetings
Prepare confined space, open process, hot work and toxic area permits to facilitate safe conditions for plant activities
Routinely participate in management observation program and conduct operational self-assessments as necessary
Conduct independent walk downs of facility ensuring compliance
Supervise personnel performing applicable environmental inspections and waste handling operations
Serve as plant interface on environmental, safety and quality assurance compliance issues in support of operations
Support plant readiness reviews, modification planning, and munitions changeover planning
Identify housekeeping and facility material condition deficiencies to the appropriate departments for corrective action
Make timely notifications when required by plant events and procedures
Control and mitigate events under the direction of SPM during plant contingencies
Assist in investigating and developing reports on unusual plant occurrences
Identify and document issues utilizing the condition reporting system and promote usage of the system with operations personnel to close out items assigned to them
Plan and schedule work assignment for day-to-day operations
Prepare shift change-over documents, review production data, and conduct precise, informative shift briefings establishing goals and priorities
Ensure all operating activities are performed safely and according to approved standard operating procedures within the requirements of limited condition of operations
Responsible for maintaining plant configuration to support established limited conditions of operations mode
Evaluate heat stress requirements and stay times
Responsible for ensuring qualified and certified personnel are available to meet LCO requirements and maintain operating conditions
Review and analyze data regarding operations, test plans, and procedures; prepare documentation and coordinate the resolution of both technical and non-technical issues with audiences across organizations as necessary
Assist the Emergence Response/Entry Coordinator in supporting crew training and entries in protective clothing and equipment
Check daily permit operator sheets to support compliance requirements
Conduct and ensure areas are operating and maintained in a safe, environmentally sound, secure, cost effective, and disciplined manner in strict compliance with approved procedures and within limitations identified in the Limited Condition of Operations (LCOs)
Monitor, control, and support all activities of personnel working in the limited and exclusion areas
Perform and document all operations activities for assigned systems in accordance with approved guidelines and SOP requirements
Responsible for maintaining accurate records (eg logbooks, datasheets, munitions accountability, magazine data cards, plan-o-graphs)
Supervise munitions receipt and loading at the Blue Grass Chemical Activity storage location
Supervise munitions staging, loading, and feed preparation
Supervise munitions transport, monitoring, unloading, movement, and warehousing operations
Support daily activities, track progress, and provide status to management
May serve as Shift Plant Manager in event of their absence
May serve on Emergency Response Team (ERT)
May serve as On-Scene Commander for ERT during contingencies, taking emergency action as necessary to prevent or mitigate consequences of contingency conditions and place the process in a safe, stable condition following an event
Perform other collateral duties as assigned for operations of project
Relocation is provided with position
BGCAPP is subject to Army Regulations (AR50-6 Chemical Surety Program and AR190-59 Unescorted Access Program) which govern persons performing work under the Chemical Personnel Reliability Program (CPRP) and Unescorted Access Program (UAP). Eligibility to be placed in a CPRP or UAP position requires US citizenship. Employees must favorably complete a series of screenings to include but not limited to: a National Agency Check with Local Agency Check and Credit Check (NACLC) security investigation, drug/alcohol testing and medical examination.
All employees are subject to and agree to random drug and alcohol testing as a condition of continued employment for the duration of their assignment. Respiratory screening and the ability to wear PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) may be required for this position. The ability to obtain/maintain access to the Blue Grass Army Depot is required.
- Technical degree or trade in related area and 4 years’ related experience including 2 years’ supervision in a chemical, petrochemical, nuclear, fossil, power plant or other heavy industry
- High school diploma or equivalent and 6 years’ related experience including 2 years’ supervision in a chemical, petrochemical, nuclear, fossil, power plant or other heavy industry
Must be a United States or naturalized citizen able to obtain and maintain Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (BGCAPP) site access
Must be computer literate in common software applications and able to operate general office equipment
Must maintain fitness-for-duty standards to perform the essential functions of the position, to include any depot or BGCAPP drill, contingency and/or emergency requirement
Possess strong organizational skills with ability to coordinate and prioritize projects, adapting to change as they occur
Must be detail oriented and possess ability to manage complex and varied projects
Must have good communication skills to provide technical assistance, presentations, and/or training to field personnel
Considerable knowledge of the operations field process and related activities and requirements
Incumbent must be able to demonstrate a detailed understanding of chemicals or chemical munitions, environmental and safety regulations, plant processes, project controls, managing of major contracts, ability to work with people of varied backgrounds and myriad objectives, reach consensus on complex issues in a timely manner, and manage other in performing complex, interrelated tasks in an efficient, effective, and timely manner
Previous supervisory experience in chemical demilitarization operations or maintenance
Understanding of hazardous materials, furnaces, scrubber systems, management procedures, and techniques
Experience in plant startup and testing or work management control
Experience in military ordnance or chemical weapons
What We Offer
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Job Category Management
Business Group Management Services Group (MS)
Country United States of America
Position Status Full-Time
Requisition/Vacancy No. 184828BR
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.