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- Resume and supporting documents (See Required Documents).
- Males born after 12-31-1959 must be registered for Selective Service.
- Qualifications as listed in the "Qualifications Required" section of this announcement.
Members of the Board's Professional Staff:
- Have knowledge and experience in a discipline related to understanding the properties of materials, especially corrosion of metals, as related to the management and geologic disposal of spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste.
- Take responsibility for drafting reports based on the Board's multidisciplinary evaluation of DOE's technical and scientific activities related to the management and geologic disposal of spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste.
- Develop background information to assist the Board in its deliberations by reviewing reports prepared by DOE and its contractors, as well as reports in the open literature.
- Follow general direction on work assignments as provided by the Executive Director, with latitude to initiate new work and new directions of inquiry.
- Identify and present to the Board recommendations on new areas of inquiry that should be considered for evaluation.
- Organize and participate in public meetings, technical discussions, and workshops that are held as part of the Board's review of DOE activities.
- Maintain knowledge of scientific and engineering developments within their assigned areas of responsibility.
- Represent the Board at meetings and conferences, including making presentations on the results of the Board's review of DOE activities.
- Have opportunities for professional development in their fields of expertise through participation in, and contributions to, scientific and technical meetings.
- Prepare reports for the Board summarizing and analyzing information obtained during visits to technical facilities and meetings, and from document reviews.
- Work across disciplines considering some of the issues that require multidisciplinary considerations and approaches.
- Assist other professional staff members in executing their duties when assigned to do so.
Occasional travel - Some international travel may be required.
00 - Merit increases in salary commensurate with performance, potentially up to the maximum of the pay range.
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