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Posted Date 2 days ago(1/31/2023 5:32 PM)
The Department of Commerce (DOC), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Center for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) has a requirement for Budget and Inter-Agency Agreement support for its Business Management Division (BMD)/Resource Support Branch (RSB) in Silver Spring, Maryland. NCCOS provides data, tools, and services that support coastal economies and their contribution to the national economy. CSS is seeking a qualified candidate to provide budget and inter agency support services.   Responsibilities: ● Provide assistance and support in coordinating Interagency Agreements [IA], Memorandums of Agreements (MOA), Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADA), etc. in support of partnerships or financial agreements with NCCOS. ● Provide support with filling out Interagency Agreement forms (7600A, 7600B, UCO Allotment and New Project Code Forms) and tracking the status of the forms throughout the Inter-Agency process. ● Support the development of Interagency Agreement Standard Operating Procedures. ● Track and coordinate with NCCOS personnel relative to package completion and status. ● Provide support for processing and tracking reimbursable invoices for Interagency Agreements. ● Provide support for tracking, and closing out reimbursable agreements. ● Possesses an understanding of the budget allocation, execution, and administration process. ● Has the ability to monitor and track obligation and expenditure of funds, detect, reconcile and remedy fiscal discrepancies, and provide cost effective, insightful reporting to decision makers. ● Provides analytical support, financial and business process analysis and documentation of data, and modeling. ● Provide support in the data entry into NOAA computer programs. ● Provide support with entering data and updating the NCCOS Budget Matrix Spreadsheet on a daily basis. ● Run daily reports in CBS and MARS. ● Provide support in processing Document Level Adjustments (DLA), Summary Level Transfers (SLT), and Budget Operating Plans (BOP). ● Support the development of Budget Standard Operating Procedures for NCCOS.
Job ID
2023-2358
Work Location : Location
US-MD-Bethesda
Type
Full-Time 40
Posted Date 2 days ago(1/31/2023 5:32 PM)
CSS is seeking part-time Professional Vehicle Drivers  to join our team!   Responsibilities include: Driving a 15-passenger van.   Must be flexible with hours  Fetching and welcoming personnel at each stop. Traveling a pre-determined route within a manufacturing campus, unless otherwise directed. Service is a continuous loop with planned and timed stops for employees of a large manufacturing facility. Complying with road and safety regulations at all times.      
Job ID
2023-2357
Work Location : Location
US-FL-Merritt Island
Type
Part-Time
Posted Date 2 days ago(1/31/2023 5:32 PM)
CSS Inc. has an immediate opening for a Safety and Health Specialist to provide industrial hygiene, and occupational safety services at our client site, the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD. Candidates should have experience and knowledge in assessing laboratory hazards, collecting pertinent data to document findings, and supporting the development of laboratory safety programs. The Safety and Health Specialist will be responsible for conducting laboratory surveys, obtaining basic information on processes, hazards and controls, and ensuring laboratory personnel are aware of safety resources and general requirements. The position requires a team-oriented professional with strong organization skills as well as excellent writing and oral communication skills.   Required Qualifications: 1. BS degree in Safety, Industrial Hygiene or related discipline 2. 3 or more years of related laboratory safety and health experience 3. Detail oriented 4. Experience working in laboratories and knowledge of ES&H standards and regulations 5. Effective written and oral communication skills   Desired Qualifications: 1. Demonstrated ability to work as a solid contributor in a team environment 2. Capable of multi-tasking and changing direction depending on work load 3. Previous Federal government experience 4. Computer skills including: Excel, PowerPoint, Word  
Job ID
2023-2356
Work Location : Location
US-MD-Bethesda
Type
Full-Time 40
Posted Date 2 days ago(1/31/2023 5:32 PM)
The plumber’s role installs and repairs pipes and fixtures that carry water, gas, or other fluids in an industrial environment. Inspect plumbing systems, perform diagnostics, and ensure compliance with regulatory codes. Install fixtures and devices associated with heating, cooling, and sanitation systems. Work independently and solve problems quickly and efficiently. Strong technical skills, master at troubleshooting, and excellent customer service skills. Collaborate with other professionals including electricians, general maintenance technicians, HVAC technicians, and welders. Minimum Requirements At least 18 years of age or older. Hold a High School Diploma, GED, or Equivalency. Trade school diploma or completed apprenticeship. 5-10 years’ experience as a plumber in an industrial environment. Job Safety Requirements Must follow strict safety procedures and a strong commitment to all health and safety guidelines. Within the scope of the job requirements, will be required to adhere and comply with state and federal law, company policies and procedures, and Safety and Environmental Regulations. Physical Requirements Operate a variety of hand, power, and shop tools commonly used in the plumbing field; physical ability to lift and carry objects weighing approximately 50 pounds; move and load or unload materials from carts and vehicles; push and maneuver heavy objects using carts, dollies, or dumpsters weighing up to 250 pounds. Ability to work at heights. Incumbents may be exposed to noise, dust, cleaning solvents, battery acids, vehicle fumes, and oils/lubricants.   Skills Required Strong knowledge of plumbing. Proficiency in reading blueprints and using plumbing tools. Strong working knowledge of water supply, heating, and ventilation systems. Experience working with various plumbing and related fixtures, identifying issues within a system to resolution. Good communication skills to convey issues and impacts. Working knowledge of CMMS tools and software.   Duties • Coordinate regular maintenance of plumbing systems and ensure operational integrity • Cutting, welding, and assembling pipes, tubes, fittings, and fixtures • Inspecting and testing plumbing systems for safety, functionality, and code compliance • Sourcing leaks and blockages • Install pipes, valves, and fittings as required • Analyze plumbing problems, plan and execute repair • Determine tools and equipment needed to perform tasks. • Ensure proper procedures are followed • Communicates with supervisor and customers as it relates to work in and around the affected systems • Responsible for keeping equipment and work area clean and orderly • Maintain, organize, control, inventory supplies, tools, and equipment    
Job ID
2023-2353
Work Location : Location
US-FL-Merritt Island
Type
Full-Time 40
Posted Date 2 days ago(1/31/2023 5:32 PM)
CSS is seeking a Marine Ecologist with experience and academic training in marine biology, ecology, and GIS for a full-time, two-year contract position with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) Marine Spatial Ecology Division (MSE) and working with NOAA’s Deep Sea Coral Research & Technology Program in the National Marine Fisheries Service’s Office of Habitat Conservation. The goal of the NCCOS/MSE Biogeography Branch is to develop information for ecosystem management through research, monitoring, and assessment on the distribution and ecology of marine and estuarine organisms and their habitats. Specifically, the Branch conducts ecological and oceanographic studies that map, characterize, assess, and model the spatial distributions and movements of estuarine and marine organisms across habitats, as well as human use and valuation of marine ecosystem services throughout the United States.   CSS is specifically looking for a contractor to design and create a high-level identification guide for deep-sea coral, sponge, and chemosynthetic species and habitats with accompanying information on their sensitivity to offshore activities (e.g., oil and gas development, renewable and alternative energy development, mineral extraction). With images, descriptions, and locations of known important species and habitats, as well as evaluation of their likely sensitivity, this guide is intended to inform management decisions by multiple agencies in every region of the U.S. It will also help users identify areas where permitted activities might take place, while minimizing impacts on known sensitive deep-sea habitats by better informing environmental assessments. This “living document” will be based on existing information from a range of sources, and built to be interactive and easily updated.   We seek a candidate who is comfortable working individually and in a team environment; has well-developed analytical abilities; is experienced with GIS; thinks critically and communicates clearly; and has an extensive background in marine science, quantitative ecology, environmental sciences, and/or information management. The successful candidate will join an experienced scientific team at the forefront of developing informational products for resource managers by combining and interpreting multiple data sets in creative ways.   The position includes the following core responsibilities: ● Provide analysis of biological, ecological, geophysical, and species sensitivity information to characterize the spatial distributions of known deep-sea species, their importance as productive habitats, and their vulnerability to offshore activities ● Augment an existing dataset on deep-sea corals and sponges with supplementary information and metadata from various sources, including detailed species guides and habitat suitability models already available in many regions ● Conduct literature, museum, and NOAA information surveys for key taxa associated with chemosynthetic communities, and identify available imagery and descriptions for each relevant taxon ● Develop a list of characteristics of deep-sea coral, sponge, and chemosynthetic taxa that contribute to their value as habitat and describe their sensitivity to human impact ● Analyze and evaluate data to create high-level descriptions of habitat-forming species and maps of distributions and habitats ● Summarize published information on the effects of physical disturbance and contaminants on these species and habitats to draw general conclusions about their potential sensitivity to such factors ● Submit compiled datasets, metadata, habitat descriptions, and draft map products to experts for review and update accordingly ● Lead writing a technical report to summarize and detail analyses ● Create a visually-appealing online spatial guide to highlight known areas of relatively dense, productive, and vulnerable habitats ● Collaborate with and possibly travel to agencies (federal, state, academic) that may provide data or expertise to vet analytical approaches or products
Job ID
2023-2351
Work Location : Location
US-MD-Silver Spring
Type
Full-Time 40
Posted Date 2 days ago(1/31/2023 5:32 PM)
CSS, Inc. is seeking a Technical Editor with expertise in technical writing, copy-editing, document formatting, and a background in marine (or related) science to assist with the production of technical reports, scientific articles, white paper, and other similar government publications. The selected candidate will provide support for required document services at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Within NOAA, the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) is the Program Office that conducts science to inform coastal stewardship and management and provide coastal managers with the scientific information necessary to decide how best to protect environmental resources and public health, preserve valued habitats, and improve the way communities interact with coastal ecosystems. Specifically, the position will support the production of publications by the Biogeography Branch within the Marine Spatial Division (MSE), one of two divisions within NCCOS.   To be considered for employment, applicants should have a background in marine or aquatic-related science (ocean mapping, biology, zoology, oceanography, ecology, geology, environmental science) and scientific technical editing. The successful candidate must have a background in copy editing, mechanical editing (layout/formatting), and expertise in federal Section 508 accessibility compliance. This position will provide document service support for Biogeography Branch projects.   Core Responsibilities: - Conduct copy editing for publications produced by NCCOS Biogeography Branch (including the Mesophotic and Deep Benthic Communities project): - Provide timely and high-quality copy-editing for punctuation, grammar, and usage; clarity and consistency; logical flow; and adherence to designated style guides (e.g., Associated Press (AP) Style, NCCOS best practices style guide, etc.). - Provide layout and formatting using agency provided templates in Microsoft Word or Google Docs and create Adobe Acrobat (PDFs) that meet federal accessibility requirements under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act for posting information on government websites. - Provide support for publications requiring plain language for interpretation of scientific language and processes. - Provide publication process support for the Biogeography Branch: - Work with authors through the required publication processes, start to finish - Includes but not limited to: document preparation such as formatting and mechanical editing, report-tracking (using NOAA’s publication database), and following federal publication requirements for public submission (i.e., 508 compliance). - Using InDesign for publication design and completion, when needed. Includes creating layouts, working with authors on requirements for figures, images, tables, and other supplemental materials for the publication.
Job ID
2022-2348
Work Location : Location
US-MD-Silver Spring
Type
Full-Time 40
Posted Date 2 days ago(1/31/2023 5:32 PM)
Join our team! CSS is now hiring an HVAC Technician in Merritt Island, Florida.   Education/Experience Requirements: Associates degree or completion of an HVAC apprenticeship. HVAC Journeyman License. EPA Universal Certification. 5+ years in industrial or commercial HVAC service.  Basic electrical and wiring skills.  Demonstrable ability to troubleshoot chiller plant issues.    Basic Qualifications: The primary function of the HVAC Technician is to perform highly skilled maintenance, service, repair and troubleshooting work involved with industrial HVAC systems. HVAC work may be performed in a number of areas including but not limited to; heating, air conditioning, refrigeration and large facility equipment operation. Work involves the technical application of HVAC principals to control systems and a laboratory research environment. Understanding of basic electrical and wiring in a commercial building setting. Possess the skills to safely work with different voltages (24VAC,120VAC, 277VAC, 480VAC, DC voltages) and be able to implement all necessary safety procedures.   Knowledge of: • Applicable safety practices and regulations used in HVAC activities; • Methods, materials, equipment, and tools used in HVAC maintenance and repair functions; • OSHA, Best Practice Safety Standards, and applicable EPA compliance; • Duct, VAV boxes, AHU, FEF, Boilers, BAS Control System, Growth Chambers; • Static pressure, specialized laboratories, clean room environments • Building drawings and blueprints; • Computer equipment/systems, i.e., MS Office and online work order systems.   HVAC III mechanic must be able to be on call and work evenings and weekends, if needed. Regular attendance is essential.     Ability to: • Troubleshoot, diagnose, and perform maintenance and repairs; • Understand and follow instructions and communicate effectively; • Manage time and meet deadlines; • Be creative developing solutions and recommendations; • Work independently or as part of a team.  
Job ID
2022-2347
Work Location : Location
US-FL-Merritt Island
Type
Full-Time 40
Posted Date 2 days ago(1/31/2023 5:32 PM)
  Education/Experience Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in mechanical or design engineering, or related field, from accredited college or university. Five (5) years of relevant experience supporting ISS payload processing and flight hardware mission integration and operations. Relevant education/experience may be substituted for a portion of the experience.   Basic Qualifications: Must be dependable and punctual whether working in a remote environment or on-site. Upon receiving and communicating understanding of direction from supervisor, possess ability to prioritize multiple projects without sacrificing accuracy or missing deadlines. Self-motivated, demonstrate initiative and work independently. Excellent oral and written communication, presentation, and customer interface skills. Wear proper personal protective equipment (PPE), when necessary. Prior experience with the OZ Requirements Baseline and Integration Tools. Experience processing Class D/1E payloads. Requires occasional overtime, including weekend and holiday work, depending on tasks. Requires occasional travel. Climbing ladders and platforms may be necessary. All work must be completed in a safe manner in accordance with NASA and Company safety standards. Equipment and Machines Computers and printers used for producing reports, drawings, and schedules. Variety of equipment used in testing. Attendance Full-time regular work hours between Monday-Friday. Shift work may be required during on-orbit ops.   Duties and Responsibilities: This position requires working within a team environment consisting of various management, engineering, and science personnel. Primary duties and responsibilities are to provide engineering skills and experience to support the development, testing, sustaining engineering, and processing of various payloads and hardware. This includes but is not limited to development/maintenance of drawings, data entry, procedures development/maintenance, hardware/payload assembly and testing, and participation in reviews and edits. Responsible for oversight of the manifesting of Class D and Class1E payloads and their related science investigations. Responsible for building and maintaining project schedules. Responsible for participating in multiple projects effectively. Responsible for identifying and verifying requirements and overseeing science integration of the payloads. Responsible for de-conflicting resources where necessary to assure proper planning among projects. Responsible for participating in team meetings and interfacing with multiple NASA customers. Responsible for the development of reports, pre-task briefings and presentations to the customer. Responsible for building and submitting Flight Safety Data Packages, ISS Hazard System Reports, and Certifying Flight Readiness for each Class D/1E payload. Perform other duties as assigned.   Physical Requirements: Will be required to climb stairs in order to access equipment for trouble shooting. Will be required to wear hearing protection, eye protection and other associated personal protective equipment. Position may involve extended periods of sitting or standing. Physical requirements are: sitting, walking, standing, extensive use of stairs, and access to remote structures. Position is located on a hazardous testing facility; must be able to quickly evacuate buildings in the event of an emergency.
Job ID
2022-2346
Work Location : Location
US-FL-Merritt Island
Type
Full-Time 40
Posted Date 2 days ago(1/31/2023 5:32 PM)
CSS, a contractor to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Silver Spring, MD, seeks an individual to serve as a full time Environmental Science Communication Specialist working on outreach for the assessment and restoration of waterways after oil spills, ship groundings, and hazardous waste pollution. This position will work with a range of scientists, natural resource attorneys, and economists, to translate technical materials into outreach for a public audience.   This position serves the Assessment and Restoration Division within NOAA's Office of Response and Restoration and NOAA’s Damage Assessment, Remediation, and Restoration Program. The position will be located at the ORR headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland.   The candidate will serve as a Communications and Policy Specialist for marine pollution assessment and restoration. This position will establish and coordinate between a diverse group of environmental scientists, economists, natural resource attorneys, and co-trustees, including federal and state agencies and Tribal Nations, to produce a proactive communications strategy that builds awareness of the Assessment and Restoration Division’s core capabilities and projects. Duties will also focus on supporting the team on media relations and Congressional relations, responding to Administration requests, as well as the development and review of outreach materials. Domestic travel may be required.   Job Duties:   - Build and maintain relationships and effective communications within NOAA and with other government agencies, private groups and not-for-profit organizations to leverage information and identify opportunities for collaboration. - Assist with and support legislative briefings and Congressional engagement, and help develop and implement the office’s legislative strategy. - Develop and coordinate responses for controlled correspondences including those from Congress. - Supporting social media efforts and coordinating messaging across NOAA. - Serve as the media lead for the office; coordinate, and respond promptly to inquiries. - Maintain division intranet site. - Fulfill timely communications-related requests from OR&R leadership. - Work with field staff to identify and support local communications and needs.
Job ID
2022-2345
Work Location : Location
US-MD-Silver Spring
Type
Full-Time 40
Posted Date 2 days ago(1/31/2023 5:32 PM)
CSS-Inc. is seeking a full-time Grants and Coastal Management Specialist to supportNOAA’s Office for Coastal Management (OCM), Coral Reef Conservation Program (CRCP). The successful candidate will provide program support for activities including domestic grants management, international grants management, and occasional general program management and coordination. This position is located in Silver Spring, MD, but will begin as mostly remote due to ongoing construction at NOAA’s Silver Spring facility. Occasional in person meetings may still be required. Specific responsibilities and tasks will include:   - Assist with the management of the CRCP’s Coral Grants Programs including: o    Draft grant Notices of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) and Cooperative Agreement Requests for Proposals o    Coordinate the proposal review and selection processes o    Day-to-day interactions with grantees related to their grant o    Monitor grant implementation o   Collaborate and coordinate with the NOAA Grants Management Division   - Use the NOAA Grants Online database to process all applications and manage all grants and cooperative agreements for the purposes of: o    Tracking and evaluating grantees’ mandated reports o    Retrieving accounting and unexpended balances data o    Producing award-tracking reports   - Ensure compliance with various environmental statutes such as National Environmental Policy Act, Endangered Species Act, and Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act. Use of the CRCP Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement, other CRCP programmatic environmental compliance documents, and accompanying Record of Environmental Consideration is required.   - Occasional travel may be required
Job ID
2022-2344
Work Location : Location
US-MD-Silver Spring
Type
Full-Time 40