Leidos has an opening for a Fire Protection Specialist at NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. The primary functions for the Fire Protection Specialist is to provide support to the Facilities Infrastructure Division for Fire Protection and Life Safety. Services provided will ensure that Building and Fire Codes, NFPA, Life Safety Codes and NASA standards are identified and addressed in the concept and requirement phases, incorporated into the facility design and acquisition phases, and implemented in the facility construction.
- Provide direct support to the Authority Having Jurisdiction for Fire Protection and Life Safety.
- Perform design reviews and ensure compliance with international, state and local building and fire codes, and NASA policy and guidance documents.
- Evaluate the performance testing of facility systems and equipment for repair and new system installations.
- Provide support to those responsible for addressing facility safety concerns of building occupants and Safety Professionals.
- Provide technical support for modifications of facilities, operations, and maintenance, and during the safety permit review process.
- Assist with Emergency Preparedness Plan (EPP) and Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) reviews.
- Review and inspect completed construction and maintenance tasks prior to turnover and issuance of beneficial occupancy.
- Support the FD Work Order Team by participating in onsite inspections and evaluations in order to define and incorporate applicable building code and fire/life safety requirements.
- Provide review and monthly reporting of overdue inspection findings within the System for Tracking Audits/Assessments and Reviews (STAR).
- International Code Council (ICC) Certified Fire Inspector, NFPA Certified Fire Protection Specialist, or equivalent.
- Completed OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Safety training course.
- Experience performing plan reviews against the applicable model codes, and state building and fire codes, and NASA policy and guidance documents (NASA policy experience preferred or may obtained upon hire).
- Ability to oversee and evaluate performance testing of required fire protection systems for repairs, periodic maintenance, and new system installations, and in auditing the periodic inspection testing and maintenance of these systems.
- Ability to understand and evaluate fire and life safety risk during research and testing operations.
- Working knowledge of Emergency Preparedness Plans, Continuity of Operations Plans and emergency responses.
- Ability to perform as Safety and Health Officer or Facility Liaison during emergency responses.
- Experience performing construction-site inspections and reviewing of construction contractor site specific health and safety plans.
- Completed OSHA 40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response training course and maintains certification. (Preferred or may be obtained upon hire)
- NASA policy and guidance documents experience. (NASA policy experience preferred or may obtained upon hire).
Must be able to pass a Public Trust background investigation. Must be U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident due to length investigation for non-U.S. persons
Pay Range:Pay Range $50,700.00 - $78,000.00 - $105,300.00
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