US Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District

6 job(s) at US Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District

US Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District Nashville, TN
Sep 22, 2021
Full time
Work includes all varieties of land surveying to include boundary recovery, topographic survey, Construction QA surveys, monitoring surveys, CADD product development, etc.  Travel required 25% of the time, typically within District boundaries TN, KY, AL).
US Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District Old Hickory, TN
Aug 18, 2021
Full time
Responsibilities: Oversees a wide variety of hazardous conditions found in the operation and maintenance of locks and dams which require knowledge of federal, states and local regulatory requirements. Assists Field Supervisors and Collateral Duty Safety Officers (CDSO) in the application of national, state, and local codes, and engineering standards. Reviews project work plans for all major maintenance activities to assure inclusion of features that meet all requirements. Reviews and incorporates accident prevention measures to assure availability of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for control of environmental and health hazards. Participates in accident prevention planning conferences with OM management and project personnel, contractor representatives, and other agency representatives. Reviews equipment maintenance requirements and reports to determine the need of new equipment to meet mission requirements. Conducts scheduled inspections of all Area projects to assure equipment is structurally sound and operated according to established procedures. Advises
US Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District Nashville, TN
Jul 07, 2021
Full time
Responsibilities: Serves as the Quality Manager for the Engineering and Construction (E&C) Division. Leads E&C efforts to improve program and project delivery by ensuring compliance with engineering Technical Lead requirements and training. Develops or recommends techniques for collecting, analyzing, and presenting qualitative and quantitative data to measure project quality and process effectiveness. Develops and maintains quality management procedures including internal and external auditing, and corrective actions. Manages E&C internal process audits to include preparing audit schedules, coordinating audits with process owners, coordinating training of auditors, maintaining audit logs, preparing reports, and tracking corrective actions. This is a permanent position open to current or former competitive service federal employees.  It will be responsible for ensuring the quality and consistency of design-related processes and products.  Sample duties include Quality Assurance of QCP’s, Review Plans, Value Engineering (VE) Management Plan, Risk Management Plan, and similar documents; oversight of Management Internal Control Program (MICP) and Organizational Inspection Program (OIP) activities within Engineering & Construction (E&C) Division; maintenance of E&C related Quality Management System (QMS) processes; and management of the content of the E&C PRB and Engineering Management System.
US Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District Nashville, TN
Jun 30, 2021
Full time
Job Responsibilities as posted in the vacancy announcement: Serves as a project manager for high visibility, high value civil works projects. Develops and implements program management plans. Leads multi-disciplinary project delivery teams (PDTs) and manages resources in planning, engineering, acquisition, construction, real estate and other supporting activities with decision authority to meet project objectives. Adapts policy and processes to execute projects based on risk, constraints and requirements. Represents the District Commander by serving as the Districts' point-of-contact with sponsor/stakeholders; various federal, state and local government agencies; Congressional interests; and other external organizations. Manages all aspects of Project Initiation and Planning, Project Execution and Control and Project Closure in accordance with the Project Delivery Business Process. Develops project scope and performance requirements based on the charter, corporate decisions, stakeholder needs, policy and related authorities, and project review board guidance. Oversees the development of project management plans to ensure the project and deliverables meet technical/engineering policy and legal requirements. Manages resources in accordance with the Project Delivery Business Process in planning, engineering, acquisition, construction, real estate and other supporting activities with decision to meet project objectives. Serves as a senior Project Manager leading the PDT in execution of the Kentucky Lock Addition project during all phases of project development and execution.
US Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District Nashville, TN
Jun 29, 2021
Full time
Evaluates applications for permits and modification of permits for activities or work in waters of the United States. Monitors compliance with permits and conducts investigation of unauthorized work. Develops and recommends resolution of enforcement actions. Assists with the development and implementation of programmatic initiatives and requirements.
US Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District Rogersville, AL
Jun 17, 2021
Full time
Handle bow or stern lines, walk lines in proper locations along the wall, and snub lines to assist pilot in maneuvering craft into position. Operate electric gate controls to open or close gates at one end of the lock chamber. Operate electrically controlled tow haulage unit to move barges into and out of lock chamber. Contact boat pilots to obtain data such as number of passengers, tonnage and commodities being transported, point of origin and destination, etc. Secure lines and slings to materials or equipment being moved and provide hand signals to operator for moving items to and from barges or trucks, or place bulkheads, etc. Perform a variety of tasks in providing assistance to and/or personally performing work required for the installation, repair, and maintenance of lock or lock and dam machinery and equipment of equipment of mechanical or electrical type. Perform carpentry or plumbing required for major construction or repair maintenance; concrete work, etc. Perform seasonal duties such as grass cutting, trimming, gardening; shoveling snow, clearing ice; as well as janitorial tasks such as cleaning control house and other site buildings, restrooms, facilities, standby equipment, etc.