The candidate will be responsible for maintaining the Lincoln Laboratory Electrical Safety Program and will develop and provide appropriate electrical safety training. Provide coaching and mentoring for electrical safety implementation. Conduct audits of safe work practices and provide recommendations for correction action as necessary. Will aid in the development of electrical safety procedures for activities, equipment, projects, and programs. Will work with Divisions, Departments, and Groups to find safe and compliant solutions that meet operational and program needs. Will review electrical designs and safety features and work closely with the EHS and the Facility Services Department staff in implementing a comprehensive EHS Management System.
BS or higher in Occupational Safety, Electrical Engineering, or equivalent in a related scientific or engineering field
Knowledge and experience with standards related to electrical safety including NFPA 70, NFPA 70E, and OSHA
Proven ability to apply electrical safety standards to workplace hazards
Knowledge of the design of electrical equipment for electrical distribution
Knowledge of electrical hazards of scientific research equipment and laboratories
Ability to develop immediate and long-term programmatic and field-based solutions to assist staff when preparing for work on electrical equipment and systems
Ability to read schematics and electrical distribution diagrams
Experience with conducting Arc Flash Analysis
Ability to develop and deliver relevant training to individuals and groups
Willingness to obtain and maintain relevant electrical or safety certifications such as Certified Utility Safety Professional, Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional, etc.
Must demonstrate the ability to present ideas and concepts orally and in writing in a clear and concise manner to communicate technical information and interact with individuals with diverse backgrounds and levels of understanding including senior management, engineers, researchers, and trade workers
Ability to obtain and maintain a government security clearance is required.
U.S. citizenship is required.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Related work experience to include five or more (5 ) years of work experience in electrical safety
In-depth knowledge of external standards related to electrical safety
Excellent verbal communication skills with experience presenting group settings
Professional safety certifications or advanced degree related to electrical safety
Massachusetts licensed master or journeyman electrician
Previous experience with research activities and electrical hazard
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As a Department of Defense Research and Development Laboratory, MIT Lincoln Laboratory conducts research and development aimed at solutions to problems critical to national security. In 2011, the Laboratory celebrated its 60th anniversary of service to the nation.The areas that constitute the core of the work performed at Lincoln Laboratory are sensors, information extraction (signal processing and embedded computing), communications, and integrated sensing and decision support, all supported by a broad research base in advanced electronics. Research at the Laboratory includes projects in air and missile defense, space surveillance technology, tactical systems, biological and chemical defense, homeland protection, communications, cyber security, and information sciences. The Laboratory takes projects from the initial concept stage, through simulation and analysis, to design and prototyping, and finally to field demonstration.