Diego Garcia: HAZMINCEN Supervisor – Contingency
KBR Government Solutions delivers full life cycle professional and technical solutions that improve operational readiness and drive innovation. Our solutions help ensure mission success on land, air, sea, space and cyberspace for the Department of Defense, intelligence community, NASA, and other federal agencies. KBR’s areas of expertise include engineering, logistics, operations, science, program management, mission IT and cybersecurity.
Diego Garcia is a remote, tropical island in the Indian Ocean with a Naval Support Facility that serves as the base of operations, maintenance and logistical support for operational forces forward deployed to the Indian Ocean and Persian Gulf areas. KBR provides a wealth of services to keep the base running and mission ready.
The HAZMINCEN Supervisor will:
- Load and unload material on trucks or other conveyances.
- Track all incoming HAZMAT from cradle to grave.
- Arrange storage facilities and segregate hazardous materials by type and class maintaining fire and safety protection to personnel.
- Organize, prioritize, and follow through to the completion of multiple tasks, under strict deadlines and changing priorities.
- Ensure that all incoming HAZMAT are properly accounted for and processed in N-ERP, barcoded, and labeled prior to issuance and delivery to customers.
- Assist customers in obtaining MSDS/SDS and other documents, as necessary.
- Conduct routine inspections for all containers to prevent deterioration caused by contamination of cold, light, heat, and moisture.
- Perform weekly/monthly HAZMAT Locker Inspections for all work centers established in CHRIMP and report all non-conformances to the Supply Manager and recommend corrective actions to resolve all discrepancies.
- Liaise with Environmental personnel for disposal of empty containers and expired HAZMAT.
- Implement and administer the shelf-life program and conduct inventories, as necessary.
- Safeguard all materials in storage/warehouse.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen.
- Must have an Active U.S. Government granted Secret Security Clearance and maintain it for the duration of employment on this contract.
- Requires at least 5 years of experience in operations of HAZMAT/HAZMIN facility.
- Must have excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to convey information professionally and tactfully to individuals and clients.
- Must be contract-oriented and computer literate in the Microsoft Office Suite.
- Must pass overseas medical screening and be in good health.
- Must have a valid or be able to obtain MHE license up to 10k and vehicle license for up to 10 tons of stake truck.
- Knowledge of HAZMAT compatibility and Segregation Procedures.
Successful completion of HM/HW training requirements:
- 80-Hours Training on Transportation of Hazardous Material
- Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)
- Hazardous Substance Incident Response Management (HSIRM)
- Hazardous Communication (HAZCOM)
In compliance with the U.S. federal government’s vaccine mandate, only candidates who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 or have a reasonable accommodation or approved medical exception will be considered for this position.
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