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The Research Directorate, at the Langley Research Center (LaRC) is seeking a skilled individual to serve as the NASA Langley Metrology and Calibration (MetCal) Program Standard Practice Engineer to provide technical expertise, advice and consultation on all matters involving metrology, calibration, measurement uncertainty and quality assurance in accomplishing LaRC objectives.
- Duties described below are at the full-performance level. Duties assigned at a lower grade level will be be commensurate with the grade of selected employee.
- Serve as the responsible official for the management of LaRC MetCal policy, process and procedures, ensuring center compliance with agency, national and international standards.
- Plan, develop, organize, administer, evaluate, and coordinate a comprehensive metrology quality assurance program.
- Provide expertise to NASA HQ, NASA Centers and other government agencies in designing and monitoring policies, strategies, and programs in metrology, calibration and measurement assurance.
- Lead and direct Center Maintenance, Operations and Engineering (CMOE) contractor and Instrument Services subcontractor in events and policy matters pertinent to Agency Policy compliance.
- Serve as technical monitor/advisor of contracts for metrology activities, e .g., LaRC's Metrology Information System and Measuring and Test Equipment instrument services.
- Manage a comprehensive stylized calibration task description template for the Langley Management System (LMS) procedural standards.
- Develop, administer and maintain the center-wide Metrology Program website; host MetCal Policy Revision Training, Metrology Information System User Training and new Metrology Representative training.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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