Senior Health Physics Technician - BHI - Roadtechs.com Nuclear Job Board
Senior Health Physics Technician
Posted by: BHI <email@example.com> on January 15, 2017 at 02:17:01. Click here to reply to this post via Email.
Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
Country: United States
Zip or Postal Code: 02188
This Senior Helth Physics Technician position implements the day-to-day programmatic aspects of the Radiological Protection Plan. Oversees and guides the activities of radiological workers and Junior Technicians. Provides guidance and monitors the performance of technical support in the assigned area.
- Perform air sampling, radiation surveys, radioactive contamination control and monitoring, access control, posting and labeling, completion and management of records, responding to accidents and emergencies, vehicle and equipment control, instrumentation source check, and personnel and equipment decontamination.
- Generate radiological data records and reports.
- Perform collateral safety and health duties commensurate with qualifications, aptitude, and ability (including job coverage, monitoring, and surveillance).
- Participate in the formulation of action plans in response to identified deficiencies.
- Perform detailed technical operations in compliance with written work plans, protocols, and procedures.
Experience and Skills:
- Three or more years' experience in applied health physics. Education may substitute for up to one year of experience - six months for a related A.S. degree or one year for a related B.S. degree.
- Minimum of a High school diploma or equivalent.
- DOE "L" or "Q" security clearance or the ability to obtain the same, as required.
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