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Radiological Control Technicians | 4 Positions | LANL


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Posted by: ENERCON Services <hpatel@enercon.com> on October 08, 2017 at 00:04:01. Click here to reply to this post via Email.Click here for help with email link

Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
State: New Mexico
Country: United States

We are currently recruiting for multiple experienced Radiological Control Technicians (4 Positions) to represent ENERCON at a customer site in Los Alamos, NM.

Demonstrated interpersonal skills and work ethics including reliability as an independent worker and as a team member (Required)
Good written and oral communication skills (Required)
Demonstrated ability and desire to assume ownership and responsibility of assigned projects, areas, and tasks (Required)
Demonstrated experience and technical knowledge in radiation protection principles and practices (Required)
Experience in use of protective clothing and respiratory protective equipment required (Required)
Demonstrated experience in radiation monitoring, personnel exposure control, and other operational health physics activities (Required)
Demonstrated experience in radiation protection training (Required)
Knowledge of applicable Department of Energy (DOE) orders and regulations (Required)
Major Job Duties and Responsibilities

Operate mobile x-ray equipment in operating room, emergency room, or at patient's bedside
Perform procedures such as linear tomography, mammography, sonograms, joint and cyst aspirations, routine contrast studies, routine fluoroscopy and examinations of the head, trunk, and extremities under supervision of physician
Provide assistance to physicians or technologists in the performance of more complex procedures
Provide routine and complex radiation support at assigned Laboratory sites Includes workplace surveillance and analysis/interpretation of radiological data
Provide operational health physics support to facility programs as a Lead Technician for assigned function or area
Provide direction for radiation protection activities to ensure compliance with procedures and 10 CFR 835
Implement radiation protection procedures and apply these to a wide range of activities
Take lead role in on-the-job training of individuals for safe operating procedures, radiation work permits, and facility design
Assume a lead role in responding to radiological emergencies
Act as team technician lead when needed
Analyze, modify, and computer RWPs, SOPs, and experimental plans
Senior Radiological Control/Health Physics Technicians will have demonstrated a higher level of knowledge, skills, and experience than necessary to be a RCT. In addition, they will have demonstrated a thorough working knowledge of radiation protection and are expected to be familiar with the basic principles of other safety disciplines. They will have demonstrated their ability to train, direct, and supervise other technicians, make and/or implement procedural modifications, provide limited technical support, aid in and conduct program/field audits

Associates degree or equivalent combination of training and experience in radiation protection, physics, radiobiology or related field (Required)
5-7 years related experience (Required)
Certification with National Registry of Radiation Protection Technologist or eligibility for certification (Preferred)
RCT Certification (Required)







      

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