Health Physics Technician
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Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
Country: United States
Zip or Postal Code: 02188
This Health Physics Technician position is responsible for ensuring the safety of all personnel and visitors, the plant, and the local environment in accordance with the Radiation Protection Program. This is an hourly, non-exempt position.
Provides radiological control functions including the monitoring of surface, airborne contamination and dose rate work areas. Takes radiological surveys for posting, release of equipment and materials, environmental sampling, and routine control program surveillance for radiological characterization.
Duties include but are not limited to: perform daily surveys, work in count lab, and perform personnel monitoring for radiation exposure, contamination and air monitoring. Practice good ALARA skills and follow safety rules and postings. Must be able to wear respiratory protection (includes fit test and physical).
Experience and Skills:
- One year of nuclear experience or equivalent education in the nuclear field is required.
- Knowledge of DOT, State and Federal regulations desirable.
- Advanced training and/or equivalent experience in gamma/alpha spectroscopy desirable.
- Ability to pass a Background Investigation and FFD
- Minimum education of a HS diploma/GED
- Strong communication skills and ability to follow direction are key to the success of this position
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