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[HP/RCT] Radiological Control Technician (DOE Certified RCT)

Posted by: Navarro Research And Engineering on May 22, 2018 at 00:04:01.

Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Direct Hire
City: Grand Junction
State: Colorado
Country: United States
Zip or Postal Code: 81501

Radiological Control Technician
Grand Junction, Colorado, United States · 1822

Navarro Research and Engineering, Inc. is recruiting for a Radiological Control Technician (DRUM Project) in Grand Junction, CO.

Navarro is a premier contractor providing high-quality technical services to DOE, NASA, and DOD. Navarro’s success is based on our customer service focus and our well-known responsiveness and innovation. In all we do, either in corporate management or in our services to our clients, we seek for the most effective and efficient approaches to provide best value to our clients.

Reporting to the LMS Safety and Health Manager, the primary duty of this position is to assist with the implementation of the Radiological Program throughout the Legacy Management Program interfacing with multiple departments. This position will primariy advise project managers with implementation of technical work in a wide range of radiological; safety and health disciplines in a fast-paced environment.

Assist the LMS Safety and Health Manager in carrying out the day to day operations of the safety and health department and contribute to the application of effective safety and health management by providing field support.
Primary responsibility to cover radiological work.
Provide technical support and problem solving in troubleshooting safety and radiological issues.
Assist in writing field surveys and reports.
Assist with internal compliance audits and program evaluations.
Perform Job Hazard Analysis, develop controls, change control.
Assist in developing RWP's for projects Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
Effective organization and planning skills.
Ability to interact and communicate effectively at all levels and across diverse cultures.
Ability to understand and follow instructions precisely.
Ability to work independently and as a team.
a DOE-qualified RCT, working at a DOE site/project.
Possess good to excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Have a valid and current State’s drivers’ license.
Be able to pass a DOE RCT Core Academic written examination.
Be able to pass a DOE RCT Qualification Oral examination board.
Be able to demonstrate competency in the use of “standard” RCT radiological survey instrumentation.
Be able to participate in and successfully complete LMS RCT Continuing Training for those subcontract RCTs that will work on LMS projects for more than 6 months consecutively.
Be able and willing to travel from the primary project office (located in Grand Junction, CO) to other LM project/facility locations across the continental US, as directed by the LMS S&H Manager (and back). Travel periods may be short term (e.g., days) or long term (e.g., weeks to months) depending on the needs of the LMS project the RCT is supporting.
Be able to pass a standard drug screening examination that is routinely administered, randomly, at US Federal LM project sites that LMS supports.
Be able to work lift up to 40 pounds repetitively during a work day.
Be able to wear heat stress monitoring wrist watch-style monitors, and down load heat stress monitor data on a daily basis.
Be physically able to walk/hike up to 10 miles in a single day, carrying a small backpack with up to 30 pounds in the backpack.
Be able to operate (after being trained and qualified) advanced electronic equipment, including electronic tablets, PDAs, blue-tooth enabled equipment, and GPS/GIS software loaded on company-provided computers.
Be able to support LMS work that is greater than 8 hours per day in length (some work periods could be as long as 12 hours per day).

Desired Qualifications:

Current registration, as a Registered Radiation Protection Technologist (RRPT), with the National Registry of Radiation Protection Technologists.
Have 5 years of occupational health and safety experience and qualifications/certifications.
Have experience and qualifications/certifications in occupational health and safety specialties.

Due to the nature of the government contract requirements and/or clearances requirements, US citizenship is required.

Navarro is an equal-opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability.

EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled

Health Care Plan (Medical, Dental & Vision)
Retirement Plan (401k, IRA)
Life Insurance (Basic, Voluntary & AD&D)
Paid Time Off (Vacation, Sick & Public Holidays)
Short Term & Long Term Disability


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