Licensed Fire Protection Engineer - Virtual

Leidos Des Moines , WA 98198

Posted 3 months ago

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Job Requisition:

Licensed Fire Protection Engineer - VIRTUAL

Job Description:

The NISC III program within the Civil Group at Leidos is seeking a Licensed Fire Protection Engineer (with expertise in Fire Life Safety) to support the FAA customer.

The position will support numerous facets of the FAA's Fire Life Safety (FLS) Program, FLS Guidance, Policy Development, and Planning.

You will assist the Environmental Occupational Safety and Health (EOSH) Services Group AJW-23 to support and improve Fire Life Safety (FLS) program elements intended to protect employees and others in the workplace and ensure Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) compliance with Federal, State, and FAA laws and regulations.

The general work location is Des Moines, WA but you can work remotely/virtually anywhere within the United States and travel to the FAA sites serviced.

Specific subject areas where services are needed include: program management, training, Condition Risk Assessments (CRA) and Stairwell Pressurization Engine Generator (EG) replacement.

Other specific duties include:

  • Assist with the development of FLS code and standards analyses

  • Provide guidance on the applicability of codes and standards to FAA facilities, its mission, and specific technical items encountered

  • Provide FLS guidance to the FAA on program and Agency initiatives where the FLS program is a stakeholder

  • Develop technical guidance on issues related to design and construction

  • Assist with the development of standard specifications for installations at FAA facilities

  • Assist with FLS programmatic planning initiatives, prioritization, and consultation regarding program direction and goals.

  • Authoring white papers, proposals, and analysis papers on any of the items above for distribution to FLS stakeholders

FLS Outreach

  • Be able to create and present required technical topics at various FLS working groups and programmatic meetings

FLS Training

  • Provide training to FAA facility personnel on the use, testing, and maintenance of Fire Protection Systems installed at FAA facilities

  • Provide consultation on improvements to current FAA FLS training options and processes

FLS System Design

  • Create scopes of work, designs, and costs estimates for new FLS installations or upgrades at FAA facilities. System features include fire alarms, fire pumps, sprinkler systems, and stair pressurization systems

  • Perform critical review of other FLS System designs to ensure code compliance and applicability to requirements

  • Perform construction oversight to ensure projects are implemented according to plans, answer technical issues regarding FLS plans, respond to RFIs and submittals, and troubleshoot issues encountered during construction

FLS Condition Risk Assessments (CRA).

  • Coordination of sites with customer on specific dates, locations, impacts to the facility, etc.

  • Develop and maintain a current schedule of CRA's, at all times, with dates of visit, location, current status of CRA, team assigned, IRMC status, and other relevant information.

  • Complete, submit and maintain applicable IRMC for each project, with appropriate dates, stakeholders, approvers, etc. IRMC will be submitted no less than 30 days prior to site visit and will be approved before traveling to site.

  • Efficiently mitigate findings identified during site visits determined by the AJW-23 Program Manager as appropriate.

  • Provide additional CRA support as requested by AJW-23 Program Manager.

Typical minimum education / experience qualifications

  • Typically requires BS degree and 8 12 years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 6 10 years of prior relevant experience.

  • May possess a Doctorate in technical domain.

Basic Qualifications

  • Requires a Professional Engineering License in Fire Protection Engineering and at least 8 years of progressive experience in the Fire Life Safety/Fire Protection field.

  • Strong working knowledge of applicable ICC and NFPA codes is required.

  • Past experience developing and/or providing holistic consultation on FLS programs is required.

  • Ability to produce FLS designs of a variety of critical FLS elements, and be able to provide critical comments on FLS designs and installations.

  • Former experience in training FLS concepts and code application is required.

  • Experience working in a team and collaborating on issues as a peer with other Fire Protection Engineers.

  • Ability to obtain a Public Trust clearance.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with FAA National Airspace System facilities, FAA staffed or unstaffed facilities, or similar government installations.

  • Experience with 29 CFR 1960.20 is highly desired.

  • Specific experience with programs at Federal agencies is preferred, with FAA experience weighted heavily.

  • Former training on the use/maintenance of Fire Protection systems is highly desired.

External Referral Bonus:

Eligible

Potential for Telework:

Yes

Clearance Level Required:

None

Travel:

Yes, 50% of the time

Scheduled Weekly Hours:
40

Shift:

Day

Requisition Category:

Professional

Job Family:

Fire Protection
2000

Civil


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