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Long term opportunity for a seasoned Radiological Control Technician with Mid-America Conversion Services, LLC (MCS). MCS is a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) contractor and operates the Depleted Uranium Hexafluoride (DUF6) facility near Paducah, Kentucky.
Position Overview: Under close supervision, responsible for providing Environment, Safety and Health (ES&H) support in the Radiological Control field at for the DUF6 project. The specific work assignment may include duties or activities to support the organization in one or more of the following functional areas, in addition to other duties as assigned:
-Provides radiological monitoring and job coverage support for all DUF6 operations and maintenance activities.
-Provides technical input into work package development in accordance with Integrated Safety Management (ISM) principles.
-Conducts radiological safety walk-downs and pre-job walk-downs.
-Develops Radiological Work Permits (RWPs).
-Collects air samples and performs air sample analysis, smear counting, and spectral analysis.
-Conducts removable and fixed contamination surveys, and performs dose rate surveys.
-Maintains performance tests and operates radiological monitoring equipment.
-Inputs data into the HIS-20 database, generates survey records and reports, and facilitates record archival.
-Provides worker feedback and guidance with regard to real or perceived radiological safety issues.
-Reviews ES&H procedures.
-Stops/Suspends work of unsafe conditions potentially affecting personnel safety or environmental risk.
-Interacts with management on policies, practices, and procedures to ensure safety of site personnel.
-Ensures the radiological control program is in full compliance with 10 CFR 835.
-High school diploma or equivalent.
-3 years related radiological control technician experience, which should include 1 year experience in DOE radiological activities (preferred); or equivalent combination of relevant education and experience in a DOE or NRC regulated environment (e.g., completion of standardized core training requirements or National Registry of Radiation Protection Technologists registration).
-Ability to obtain and maintain a Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) credential and "L" clearance.