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DOE-STD-1063-2006
5.7.1 Recruitment and Selection. Field Element Managers should develop
position descriptions and vacancy announcements that reflect the
requirements of this standard. Several mechanisms available to assist
field elements in the recr uitment of high quality candidates necessary for
their program are identified in the DOE M 426.1 -1A, Federal Technical
Capability Manual. In order for individuals to enter a Facility
Representative training and qualification program with the greatest
opportunity for successful completion, Field Element Managers should
select candidates based on the following selection criteria.
a.
Education Requirements . Educational requirements are necessary
to ensure that the individuals possess the baseline knowledge to
successfully complete the training program, the ability to function
independently in the field, and the ability to understand scientific
principles and communicate in technical terms. Field Element
Managers should establish expected minimum education
necessary to provide competent technical assessment of the
contractor. Minimum education level is expected to be a
Baccalaureate degree or equivalent technical degree. Alternately,
completion of an appropriate formal training program and extensive
experience in a directly related field such as naval nuclear power,
commercial nuclear power, radioactive waste management, nuclear
weapons, nuclear research, industrial safety, chemical safety, or
accelerator facility programs is also sufficient.
b.
Experience Requirements . Field Element Managers should also
establish and apply facility-specific experience criteria as part of the
selection criteria for Facility Representative candidates. The
facility-specific experience criteria should reflect the complexity,
hazard classification, and activity level of the facility and be
commensurate with the responsibilities, authority and duties of the
assigned position.
c.
Physical Requirements. Field Element Managers should also
establish and apply appropriate physical requirements. For
example, most positions require moderate exertion, such as
walking over uneven surfaces; climbing over equipment,
machinery, ladders, and scaffolding; crouching, bending, stooping,
stretching; and moving in confined spaces. Most positions also
invo lve regular and recurring exposure to moderate risks and
discomforts from use of protective clothing in elevated
temperatures, close proximity to moving machinery, heavy
equipment, hoisting and rigging activities; potential exposure to
hazardous and radioactive materials, and exposure to normal
industrial and chemical hazards. Safety and protective clothing and
equipment such as respirators, safety shoes and glasses, ear
protection, dosimeters, or other equipment is usually necessary.
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