Page 6 - SRNS_Today_May_2019
P. 6

6   |   SRNS TODAY   |   MAY 2019

            Ft. Gordon soldiers

            begin 90-day SRNS

            job shadowing program

            Soldiers from Ft. Gordon recently began their job shadowing
            program at SRS within the SRNS Health and Safety division. This
            program provides career advancement opportunities for veterans,
            military families and transitioning service members.
            Each soldier reports to the site from 7 a.m. to noon during their
            90-day shadowing experience, which will provide rotation   SRNS Senior Industrial Hygienist Chris Wells instructs Chris Frazier of the SRS
            opportunities to work with safety engineers and industrial hygienists   Ft. Gordon Job Shadowing Program on the use of a volatile organic compound meter
            (IH). The 13-week program begins with an orientation followed   to monitor the air in a building that is undergoing a roof replacement.
            by four job shadowing assignments in Site Maintenance, F Area,   “Seeing what the Safety and IH professionals do at the Site has
            Project Management and Construction Services and Subcontracts.   been a very eye-opening experience,” said participating soldier
            The first wave of job shadowing participants are scheduled to   Chris Frazier. “Everyone has been very welcoming and helpful.
            complete the program on July 18.                      I am looking forward to gaining experience and seeing all the
            Not only will the program provide career-building experiences,   opportunities this field has to offer.”
            but participants will also receive one-on-one resume writing and   The job shadowing program is part of a larger initiative to increase
            interview prep skill courses to prepare for future job opportunities.  veteran employment at SRNS.

           AMP goes to Leadercast

           More than 225 SRNS executives, senior leaders, work group   “My vision for this year’s Leadercast was to create a fun and
           managers and Aspiring Mid-Career Professionals (AMP) members   energetic environment where everyone felt comfortable to engage
           gathered on May 10 in Aiken, S.C., for the sixth annual Leadercast.   and be inspired,” said Natalia Johnson, SRNS AMP President. “The
                                                                  AMP community is extremely fortunate to have this level of support
           Leadercast is the largest one-day leadership event in the world.
           Broadcast live from Atlanta to hundreds of locations around the   and engagement from our executive team and senior leadership.”
           world, Leadercast brings together some of the most recognized and   AMP serves SRNS full-time employees who have between
           respected global leaders to create a one-of-a-kind training experience.   seven and 20 years of work experience, offering professional
           This year’s event included nine leadership and emotional health experts   development, networking and community outreach opportunities.
           speaking about key skillsets and tactics needed to lead a healthy team.

            Photo: SRNS President and Chief Executive Officer Stuart MacVean gives an introduction at this year’s Leadercast event.
   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11