Position Title: Radiation Safety Officer Representative (RSOR) – Basewide

 

Position Requirements:  The RSOR will report to the Philotechnics Corporate RSO and will perform on-site duties as designated by the RSO. This position will primarily support Navy radiological remediation work at Navy facilities.

 

  • Position Location – San Francisco; Oakland; Long Beach, CA: Must be able to travel to other Navy project locations


  • Experience Level: High Level (a minimum of 5-10 years in various capacities performing complex health physics support.


  • Duration: Full Time


  • Compensation: Competitive Salary / Compensation Package (Dependent on Experience Level)


Position Summary:  Duties including planning, conducting, evaluating, and documenting radiological surveys for demonstrating compliance with dose or risk-based regulations or standard; preparation of radiation and contamination survey meters and instruments;  control of radioactive material; release of materials and equipment from radiologically controlled areas; radiological record keeping; implement radiation work permits, maintain radiologically controlled areas posting and access control.

 

The RSOR will supervise Radiation Control Technicians and ensure compliance requirements; maintain compliance with Philotechnics California Radioactive Materials License, Corporate Procedures and Site Procedures; interface with RASO and other regulatory personnel. The RSOR will enforce radiological controls; Implement dosimetry program for all site workers entering radiologically controlled areas; Control exposure conditions for site workers and coordinate with other site contractors to provide radiological coverage.

 

Position Qualifications & Experience Needed:  

Bachelor degree in Health Physics related field or other closely related environmental field is preferred.

Must have a minimum of 10+ years of experience in radiological site characterization and remediation.

Must have 5+ years of management/supervision experience with large-scale and complex field sites involving radiological, hazardous and mixed wastes.

Must have 40-hour HAZWOPER medical clearance for PPE and respirator use.

Must have 49 CFR 172 training for packaging, shipping and transportation requirements for radioactive and mixed waste materials.

Must be knowledgeable of NRC, Agreement State and other related environmental regulations.

Must have excellent writing and communication skills.

CHP certification is a plus; Work experience in California under CDPH-RHB and DTSC a plus; work experience at Navy facilities a plus.

 

 

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Position Title: Basewide Radiological Controls Supervisor (RCS)


Position Requirements: The RCS will report to the RSOR and assist the RSOR with radiological compliance activities as designated by the RSOR. This position will primarily support Navy radiological remediation work at Navy facilities.

 

  • Position Location:  San Francisco; Oakland; Long Beach, CA:

    

  • Experience Level: a minimum of 5-10 years in various capacities performing complex health physics support.


  • Duration: Full Time


  • Compensation: Competitive Salary / Compensation Package (Dependent on Experience Level)

 

Position Summary: An RCS will direct RCT personnel in day to day radiological functions. The RCS assists the RSOR to ensure that field activities comply with corporate and site specific procedures, RWPs and the Philotechnics California Radioactive Material License, Philotechnics California Health Physics Procedures, etc. The RCS will assist preparation of RWPs, assist with radiological training, oversee  survey and decontamination activities, the use of equipment and instrumentation, and support of other radiological activities as many be assigned by the RSOR. The RCS will enforce radiological controls and coordinate with other site contractors to provide radiological coverage.

 

Position Qualifications & Experience Needed:  

Bachelor degree in Health Physics related field or other closely related environmental field is preferred.

Two-Year Technical Degree in Health Physics or related field and/or a combination of training and experience such as DOE RCT core, Radiological Controls Article 108,  Radiological Controls for Shipyards, etc, is required.

Must have a minimum of 5+ years of experience in radiological site characterization and remediation work environments.

Must have 40-hour HAZWOPER medical clearance for PPE and respirator use.

Must have 49 CFR 172 training for packaging, shipping and transportation requirements for radioactive and mixed waste materials.

Must be knowledgeable of NRC, Agreement State and other related environmental regulations.

Must have excellent writing and communication skills.

Work experience in California a plus; work experience at Navy facilities a plus.

 

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Position Title: Radiological Controls Technician (RCT)

 

Position Requirements:   The RCT will report to the RCS and will perform on-site duties as assigned by site procedures and the RSOR. This position will primarily support Navy radiological remediation work at Navy facilities.

 

  • Position Location:  San Francisco; Oakland; Long Beach, CA:   


  • Experience Level: a minimum of 5-10 years in various capacities performing health physics support.


  • Duration: Full Time


  • Compensation: Competitive (Dependent on Experience Level)

 

Position Summary- The Radiological Control Technicians (RCTs) will support projects in the field, and  conduct radiological field activities under the direction of the RCS or RSOR, in accordance with the Philotechnics RML, RWPs, Philotechnics California Health Physics Procedures, etc. The RCT shall maintain radiological control Areas (RCAs) for Philotechnics operations and other site contractor personnel, release personnel and material from RCAs; survey, monitor, support field remediation activities, Perform survey equipment response checks, and daily checks of the survey instruments and implement RWPs.

 

Position Qualifications & Experience Needed:
Two-Year Technical Degree in Health Physics or related field and/or a combination of training and experience such as DOE RCT core, Radiological Controls Article 108,  Radiological Controls for Shipyards, etc, is required.

Must have a minimum of 5+ years of experience in radiological remediation work environments.

Must have 40-hour HAZWOPER;  Medical clearance for PPE and respirator use.

Must be familiar with NRC, Agreement State and other related environmental regulations affecting work in remediation environments.

Must have excellent communication skills.

Work experience in California a plus; work experience at Navy facilities a plus; 49 CFR 172 training for packaging, shipping and transportation of  radioactive and mixed waste materials a plus.



Please send resumes to hrphilo@philotechnics.com