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The RadCon Supervisor shall be responsible for the day-to-day implementation of the WIPP Radiological Control Program and Conduct of Operations in all aspects of normal, abnormal and emergency response work. The RadCon Supervisor shall provide daily work assignments and ensure that radiological support for recovery and waste handling operations are conducted in accordance with approved procedures in compliance with 10CFR835. The RadCon Supervisor is responsible for ensuring the completion of routine and job coverage surveys, posting and control of radiological areas, instrumentation maintenance and source control, routine air monitoring as well as other duties as assigned by the Radiological Control and Dosimetry Manager. The RadCon Supervisor shall qualify as a Radiological Control Technician at the WIPP site.

Education
High School Diploma or GED with eight years of relevant experience, Associate Degree in engineering, science, or related field with six years of relevant experience, or Bachelor of Science Degree in engineering, science, or a related field with four years of relevant experience is required.

Experience
Experience as a DOE qualified Radiological Control Technician or equivalent military or civilian nuclear power experience is required.

Other Requirements
Shall complete and maintain training and qualifications for respirator use. A pre-employment physical is required that demonstrates ability to perform in underground/mine working conditions

Work Schedule
Non-Exempt Subcontractor Work Schedule
For the non-exempt RadCon Personnel, the following work schedule applies;
RadCon personnel may work one of the following work schedules. Subcontractor employees will be assigned to support schedules as needed.

The 4x10 work schedule is as follows:
This schedule will be four (4) consecutive days either Monday through Thursday or Tuesday through Friday. Subcontractor employees will be scheduled for ten (10) hours with a thirty (30) minute paid lunch. Normal start time will be 6:00 a.m. (1st shift) or 3:30 p.m. (2nd shift). The 4/10 back shift will be Monday-Thursday. The work week will begin Monday at 6:00 am and ends seven (7) days later.
The 7x10 work schedule is as follows;
The schedule is either Monday through Wednesday or Wednesday through Friday with every other weekend worked. Scheduled days off alternate between two (2) and four (4) consecutive days off with a four cycle spanning the traditional weekend with a 30 minute paid lunch period. The release time will be 10 hours after the start of a shift. Normal start times will be 6:00 am (1st shift) and 3:30 pm (2nd shift). The work week begins on Sunday at 6:00 am and ends 7 days later. Overtime is paid for any hours worked in excess of forty (40) during the work week.
The 7/10 A Schedule will be off Thursday-Friday and every other weekend.
The 7/10 B Schedule will be off Monday-Tuesday and every other weekend.

Exempt Subcontractor Work Schedule
The activities will be done on 7/10 day shifts. For Friday coverage, there will be two 4/10 schedules, Monday-Thursday and Tuesday-Friday. Day shift hours will be 6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


All RadCon personnel should be qualified to ANSI 3.1 or have a current DOE Core card.

Able to lift and carry 35 pound for job assignments
Able to climb a minimum of four story of stairs (e.g., Station A and the 2nd Floor ventilation room above the CH Bay at WIPP)
Able to traverse uneven ground (e.g., the mine floor heaves can be anywhere from 6 to 2 or more)
Able to use a scaling bar with (both hands) in various positions and angles in a thrusting manner to sound the Rib (side walls) and the Back (roof) of the mine
o Weight of Scaling Bars
**10 - 22.5 lbs. with additional 1.5 lbs. scaling head
**13 - 29.25 lbs. with additional 1.5 lbs. scaling head
Able to work in the normal aspects of the mine, i.e.,
o Dusty environment,
o Work in low light environment using Miner Cap Lamp
o Able to enter and exit the mine on the Conveyance Cage to the Underground at 2180 below Surface
**Salt Conveyance approx. 6 X 5
**Waste Conveyance approx. 15 X 15
o Work in the Heat and Humidity of the Underground wearing a respirator and Anti-C clothing for up to 4 hours


Please submit your resume for review or contact our office for more details!

Thank you,
Melanie Lirley
Senior Recruiter
Pinnacle Specialty Group, Inc.
803-648-7171
melanie.lirley@psg.us.com


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