Desert Research Institute (DRI) seeks a full-time Project Control Specialist at the Las Vegas Nevada campus who will support contract compliance for the DOE TREDS contract principally by performing project control tasks supporting the DOE Project Administrator. Project Control functions will include earned value monthly reporting, change controls, task plan development, and various other periodic performance reports as required by the contract. Additionally, the position will support the Scientific and Technical Information program for the contract, serving as an Authorized Derivative Classifier and interface with the DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information. US citizenship is required and the ability to obtain a security clearance is mandatory.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS • High school diploma and at least 6 years of relevant experience or Associates degree and at least 4 years of relevant experience • Experience developing project plans (scope, budget and schedule) • High level of computer skills including experience with MS Office Word and Excel • Successful history of collaborative work in a deadline driven environment • Strong interpersonal communication skills • Strong organizational and planning skills • Ability to work in collaborative team environment
HOW TO APPLY Qualified individuals interested in this position must apply online at http://jobs.dri.edu/postings/265 To ensure full consideration, your application packet should be received by July 22, 2017.
For questions regarding this position, please call Human Resources at 702-862-5548.
DRI is an AA/EEO employer who gives consideration in employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex. Individuals with disabilities or protected veteran status are encouraged to apply.
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