The Demil Technician III acts as a skilled specialist in accordance with applicable policies and non-routine procedures to complete complex tasks in creative and effective ways. Candidate may communicate directly with client and other technical representatives, and provides in-depth reports for manager is a clear and concise manner.
1. Develops, operates and maintains the laboratories hazardous waste management program for waste accumulation or ?90-day sites in accordance with local, State and Federal regulations, with minimal supervision, using creativity and initiative to resolve undocumented technical challenges.
2. Serves as the laboratories subject matter expert and demonstrates knowledge of theory behind hazardous waste regulations and standards by correctly administering waste codes and interpreting characterization results as required by the Project.
3. Develops hazardous waste profiles, administers waste codes and labeling for complex lab matrices where considerable judgment is required to support final disposition of waste materials.
4. Assist chemical hygiene officer in development of the HAZCOM program for the lab and maintains Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) inventory. This includes initiation of approval using Project databases, tracking, trending and issuance of products for use to laboratory personnel.
5. Performs routine analysis in support of waste characterizations to verify accuracy, applicability, and reasonableness of project work to meet project technical requirements and laboratory data quality objectives.
6. Provides technical input into the development and control of the laboratory waste management scope for improving or implementing new approaches, cost reductions, equipment justifications and schedule parameters to PCAPP management.
7. Assists with property inventory surveillances and audits in accordance with PCAPP and government property policies and directives.
8. Acts as working leader by assigning and reviewing work of less experienced staff members; effectively prioritizes work assignments and schedules, and adapts plans to meet daily challenges.
The above statements are intended to describe the nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, activities and skills required of staff members.
MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS
1. High School Diploma or equivalent required with (3) year of chemical laboratory or waste handling experience. Associates degree or higher with 6 months of hazardous waste handling, preferred.
2. Excellent PC skills with database entry and management (e.g. Windows OS, MS Office Suite) required.
3. Self-initiative and ability to work independently.
4. Ability to prioritize, schedule and organize work.
Additional selection and retention criteria will include the ability to:
1. Must be a US Citizen. The applicant selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet and maintain eligibility requirements to be placed in a Public Trust Position. In addition, applicant selected will be subject to qualification in accordance with Army Regulation 50-6, for placement in the U.S. Army Chemical personnel Reliability Program (CPRP).
2. Flexibility to respond to urgent project requests and/or changing priorities. This position may be required to work a schedule of rotating shifts (8-12 hours nominally), including weekends and holidays.
3. Drug-free workplace; urine testing for drugs are mandatory.
4. This position involves work near or with toxic and hazardous materials and requires ability to wear protective clothing/mask. Must be clean-shaven; must wear seat belts when driving or riding in vehicles on post.
5. Must achieve and maintain certification in required subject areas.