This position is for a Health Physicist who will be a part of the Radiological Control Technician (RCT) training team within the Radiation Protection Programs Group. This position will apply health physics principles, theories, concepts, and techniques to support laboratory needs. The successful candidate will complete tasks independently, and lead complex projects, ensuring that radiation protection polices, and federal regulatory requirements are met.
Must be US Citizen.
Minimum Job Requirements:
Knowledge of the technical principles, theories, concepts, and techniques of health physics;
Experience managing diverse radiation safety issues;
Ability to conceptualize and communicate fundamental elements of radiological safety/protection to both technical and non-technical personnel;
Experience and demonstrated skill in conducting research, investigating alternative solutions, and recommending solutions on problems affecting radiological safety/protection;
Experience in the preparation and presentation of radiological safety/protection reports;
Ability to work independently and lead complex projects in a team environment;
Knowledge of legal requirements affecting radiological safety/protection;
Experience with the development and implementation of programs to meet 10CFR 835.
Position requires a Bachelor's Degree in Health Physics, Nuclear Engineering, Physical Science, and 5 years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience directly related to the occupation. Strongly prefer CHP certification.