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    The Office of Enterprise Assessments is responsible for performance of assessments, on behalf of the Secretary and Deputy Secretary, in the areas of nuclear and industrial safety, cyber and physical security, and other critical functions. The Office of Enforcement promotes overall improvement in Department's safety and security programs through management and implementation of the DOE enforcement programs for safety and classified information security.

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    As the Director Office of Enforcement you will:

    • Serve as a nationally recognized expert advisor to top-level Enterprise Assessments (EA) and DOE management on a wide variety security, broad engineering, safety and health, and programmatic issues, in the areas of nuclear safety, worker safety and health, and classified information security enforcement programs. Provides a sound technical presence at the management level of the Deputy Director, Office of Enterprise Assessments.
    • Maintain communication and coordination, and feedback with the Secretary of Energy and DOE managers to identify and resolve safety and security regulatory issues and concerns, and to coordinate action to address contractor performance that does not meet DOE performance and/or compliance expectations. Interface with DOE field and program elements, the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), congressional staff, and other stakeholders.
    • Discharge the responsibilities assigned to the "Director" by 10 CFR 851, 820 and 824, including the issuance of Investigation Reports, Notices of Violation, and other safety and security enforcement cases outcome documents. Provides strategic enforcement direction (e.g., policy and procedures) to administer the Department's safety and security enforcement program.
    • Provide management and direction for the implementation of the Department's congressionally authorized nuclear safety, worker safety and health, and classified Information security enforcement programs, in accordance with 10 CFR 851, 820 and 824, that includes processes and incentives for contractors to promptly identify, report, and correct safety issues, security incidents, and non-compliances.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0340 Program Management

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