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Table 1- Facility Representative Qualification


DOE-STD-1063-2006
non-Facility Representative position. In rendering a final decision
on reassignment, the Field Element Manager should consider any
extenuating circumstances.
5.6
Designated Facility Representatives . Field Element Managers may
establish criteria for designating Facility Representatives. For example, to
become "Designated" a Facility Representative should be core qualified
(i.e., complete the DOE-STD-1146-2001, DOE General Technical Base
Qualification Standard and the DOE-STD-1151-2002, DOE Facility
Representative Functional Area Qualification Stand ard ) and have at least
six months experience in a Facility Representative position. The purpose
of this "Designation" is to indicate unique technical proficiency for the
purposes of retention based upon unique competitive level codes.
Designation is not e quivalent to full qualification as designation will
normally occur before a Facility Representative achieves full qualification.
Some Field Element Managers designate Facility Representatives at the
completion of interim qualifications.
5.7
Recruitment, Selection, Retention, and Advancement Considerations . As
qualified Facility Representatives gain experience, they become a
valuable resource of DOE. Field Element Managers should take
necessary steps to ensure that Facility Representative positions are
career enhancing and remain desirable to Facility Representative
candidates. This includes incentives to maintain qualification, and the
encouragement of skills enhancement through continuing training,
graduate study, and professional certifications. In addition, Field Element
Managers and Cognizant Secretarial Officers should provide opportunities
for Facility Representatives to develop management skills. This
experience and training can make Facility Representatives with solid
technical and management skills into prime candidates for positions of
higher responsibility both in the field and at DOE Headquarters. Field
Element Managers and Cognizant Secretarial Officers should identify
these developmental experiences and training opportunities in the
personnel development plans for their organizations, and in the Facility
Representatives' Individual Development Plans . DOE P 426.1, Federal
Technical Capability Policy for Defense Nuclear Facilities, and DOE M
426.1-1A, Federal Technical Capability Manual, provide various
mechanisms that can be used to retain these valuable resources.
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