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Fire Protection Specialist

Sigma Science Inc., is actively seeking a Certified Fire Protection Specialist who can contribute to national security within the science, technology, and engineering fields as part of our supplemental labor team at vital federal research and development installations supporting the Department of Energy.  Sigma Science Inc., has an established history of contributing to the success of their customer’s mission.  Do you thrive on the satisfaction of meeting expectations through technical excellence, integrity and quality?  Sigma Science Inc. has 20 years of experience providing nuclear safety, operations, maintenance, engineering, environmental management, project management and administrative support services for federal and commercial clients.  SSI is currently looking for Certified Fire Protection Specialist with an Active Q Clearance for immediate placement at or near Amarillo, TX and Oak Ridge, TN.

Through the hard work of our staff, SSI has built a reputation for consistently providing innovative, practical, and cost effective solutions to complex technical client needs.  As a growing business with a family environment SSI prides itself in a strong reputation as technical leaders with a high success rate.  Taking care of its employees with competitive and comprehensive salary and benefits package.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Providing engineering support in Fire Protection Hazard Analysis along interpretation and implementation of NFPA codes are they key aspects of this highly engaged position. 
  • Assist with or conduct Fire Protection Program assessments as necessary.
  • Perform facility Fire Protection assessments
  • Perform Fire Hazards Analysis (FHA), using the FHA application guide.
  • Perform Fire Protection Engineering Assessments (FPEAs) per referenced procedure.
  • Review and/or re-write existing Fire Protection Procedures as necessary.
  • Provide written fire protection opinions/interpretations on project issues that might arise during the subcontract.
  • Review and comment on design changes, including temporary modifications, and support resolution of design-related issues
  • Perform technical reviews of temporary modifications.
  • Provide input during the development of operating, maintenance, test plans and procedures.
  • Review design change packages to ensure that fire protection interactions with supporting systems are appropriately considered.
  • Review work packages as assigned for fire protection issues and compliance.
  • Develop design change notices (DCNs), Engineering Operability Evaluations (EOEs), Commercial Grade Dedication (CGD) analysis, 5-year sprinkler inspection plans, other engineering calculations and/or analysis.
  • Develop arguments to support project or function Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) Determinations/Interpretations.
  • Develop project or function Fire Protection test plans for specific issues and program requirements.
  • Oversee and review assigned fire protection system Inspection, Test & Maintenance activities.
  • Track assigned fire protection system IT&M results on provided spreadsheets.
  • Other fire protection engineering duties as necessary and assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • National Fire Protection Association Certification
  • Undergraduate engineering degree with advanced degree preferred
  • 5 years’ relevant experience


Sigma Science Inc., is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Prospective employees will receive consideration without discrimination because of race, ancestry, color, sex, religion, creed, age, national origin, citizenship status, disability, medical condition, military and veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation or perceived sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and gender expression, familial status, political affiliation, genetic information, or any other legally protected status or characteristics. Those applicants requiring reasonable accommodation to the application and/or interview process should notify the Human Resources Department.

SSI is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and to compliance with US laws and regulations.

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