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[Environmental Manager] Radiation Protection – Shipping (Waste Management Professional)


Posted by: WECTEC Staffing <fortemb@westinghouse.com> on December 10, 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
City: madison
State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States

The overall responsibility of the Waste Management Professional is to provide specialized needs for managing and shipping hazardous waste, with primary emphasis on radioactive waste. (e.g. waste classification, shipment manifesting, ALARA planning, radiological training and operations, etc.).

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Develop and manage radiological waste streams.
• Categorize waste class for radioactive waste. Knowledge of other hazardous materials is desired.
• Be able to prepare and manifest hazardous, and specifically, radioactive waste shipments, in accordance with NRC and USDOT regulation. Knowledgeable with IAEA, IATA, ICAO or IMDG regulations is a plus.
• Use logic and reasoning to identify the program strengths and weaknesses
• Have the ability to think “outside the box” to suggest alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
• Identify complex problems and review related Information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions.
• Must be able to work independently and work with others in a wide variety of circumstances.
• Must be able operate radiation detection equipment and instrumentation.
• Providing oversight, as needed, to other technicians.
• Provide assistance to supervision in the area of expertise.
• Representing EH&S at meeting and work order presentations.
• Perform in progress reviews and write specific documents as required.
• Follow policies and procedures to ensure personnel safety.
• Ensures compliance with regulations, policies, and procedures.
• Have the mindset to perform other duties, as assigned, that may be out of the ordinary.

POSITION SPECIFICATIONS:
• Minimum of high school diploma or GED,
• Shall meet the minimum requirements of ANSI 3.1 or shall have at least three (3) years' equivalent radiological protection or related subject matter experience.
• Expertise with Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and MDG Radman software programs.
• Ability to use and adhere to station policies and procedures.
• Meet current training requirements to package and ship Class 7, radioactive materials.
• Effectively communicate and interact with co-workers, Supervisors and Sponsors to ensure a safe and efficient working environment.
• The ability to understand and follow oral and written communications, technical requirements, procedures and directives associated with working in the nuclear industry.







      

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