Develop, implement, maintain, and report on radioactive waste control, and radiation monitoring of personnel, systems, effluent and environment. Ensures site compliance with applicable regulatory, site and fleet requirements regarding radiation safety. Performs work requiring application of sound and diversified knowledge of radiation protection techniques, procedures, principles and criteria in carrying out a sequence of tasks. Applies advanced technical expertise to projects and problems to develop and refine new approaches to programs and systems. Utilizes advanced tecnicques and the modification and extension of theories, concepts and practices. Ensure plant health physics and radiological conditions are within prescribed regulatory and operating limits and plant work activities are conducted in a manner that minimizes personnel radiation exposure and preserves plant system and equipment reliability. Responsibilities may include analyses, projects, procedure development, revision and review, assessments, performance improvement initiatives, and corrective action. Coordinates and directs the planning, development, and implementation of a variety of radiation protection projects. Analyze or coordinate the analysis of technical data to identfiy requirements. monitor plant/system radiation indicators, and identify problems and solutions. Prepares studies and plans for projects having direct effect on nuclear safety, O&M, capital expenses and plant equipment. May provide technical direction to less experienced radiation protection personnel or function as project lead. Perform other duties as requested or assigned.
- Minimum of Associates degree in Health Physics, Radiological Safety, or related field or NRRPT certification and/or equivalent education experience.
- Individual experience in radiation protection and/or health physics in the nuclear industry, additional technical training in radiation protection and demonstrated leadership ability may be considered equivalent to degree requirement.
- Minimum of seven years nuclear plant radiation protection experience is required.
- Bachelors or Masters degree in Radiation Protection, Health Physics or related field and seven years nuclear radiation protection experience.
- Qualified Rad-Waste Shipper.
High School Grad / GED:Required;Associate's Degree:Required;Experience:7 years;