Hazards and Risk Analyst (31986)
Amentum is seeking an entry level or early career analyst to support the Emergency Services Program in our Aiken, SC office. The position will be filled at a level commensurate with the selected candidate’s level of experience. The Hazards and Risk Analyst provides support to clients in the development of technical reports evaluating a wide spectrum of threats, hazards, emergency conditions, and hazardous materials. In addition, the incumbent will contribute to the growth and expansion of the Emergency Services Program.
The Amentum Emergency Services Program provides support to clients across the country to further the unique needs of their emergency management programs through the development of reports and plans, and the provision of training, drills, and exercises.
Develop technical reports and plans designed to identify hazards, vulnerabilities, and/or consequences, in accordance with applicable regulations.
Design complex emergency scenarios to support drills and exercises.
Forge strong partnerships with our clients to support their immediate and long-term needs.
Support the development of Emergency Services programmatic documents and standards.
Provide solutions to complex issues/problems using in-depth analytical processes and technically sound strategies.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate discipline from a four-year accredited college or university.
Candidate must be eligible to obtain a DOE Q clearance and access to Commercial Nuclear Facilities.
Candidate must be able to travel on business as needed.
Due to the nature of work, candidate must be a US Citizen.
Dual Citizenship not permitted.
Willingness to learn new subject areas and be flexible in assignments.
Ability to perform as part of a team.
Creative problem solver.
Ability to meet challenging deadlines.
Advanced abilities with Microsoft Office Suite.
Additional Requirements (Experienced Level)
2-7 years of related experience or an equivalent combination of years of work experience and education.
Demonstrable experience in one or more risk or hazards analysis techniques.
Experience with hazardous material consequence evaluations.
Experience with Threats and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA) development.
Experience with conducting training, drills, and/or exercises.
Experience with Hazard Mitigation Plan development.
Experience with DOE Order 151.1D.