The Environment, Safety and Health division invites you to consider applying for our Healthy Physics Technician opening. In this role, you will provide field and laboratory support for the Radiological Protection Program.
In this position, you will:
Measure, assess, and document radiological conditions in the workplace.
Complete required tasks without extensive supervision - critical thinking and problem solving skills are required
Engage and support research scientists and engineers with considerable interpersonal skill
Operate in a professional, single-site multidisciplinary science and engineering research center, with consistent schedule and work/life balance
Receive continued training and instruction
Have future opportunities to advance your career while remaining with the Lab
Comprehensive knowledge of radiation monitoring instruments and equipment including, but not limited to accelerator facilities, bench tops, glove boxes, hoods, and novel instrumentation.
Completion of DOE mandated radiological training and on-going continuous education coursework, as specified, is a requirement for this position, required to pass after two weeks ( Practice tests can be found here: ~~~ )
Interpersonal and communication skills required to interact effectively and tactfully with internal customers and to successfully develop effective working relationships.
Some experience in customer service environment is preferred.
This role may be hired as a Health Physics Technician III or Sr. Health Physics Technician. The level will be determined by the final candidate's level of education, experience, and skill.
Health Physics Technician III - This level of skill is typically attained through completion of an associate`s degree and 2+ years of related experience, or equivalent
Sr. Health Physics Technician - This level of skill is typically attained through completion of an Associate's Degree and 5+ years of related experience, or equivalent
Health Physics Tech III
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