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**THE CLOSING DATE ON THIS ANNOUNCEMENT HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO NOW CLOSE ON 09/04/2014; APPLICANTS THAT PREVIOUSLY APPLIED DO NOT NEED TO RE-APPLY** 

 

This position is located in the Radiological Engineering Division (Code 105.2), Facilities and Process Engineering Branch (Code 105.22) located at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PHNSY&IMF) at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

Salary will be increased by the applicable cost-of-living allowance (COLA), which is subject to change without notice.

Duties

As a Supervisory Nuclear Engineer or Supervisory Health Physicist your duties will include and are not limited to the following:

·        Overseeing radiological control changes to Corporate Nuclear Power Manuals (CNPM) to ensure they comply with NAVSEA regulations.

·        Persuading shipyard management to adopt/comply with all radiological, environmental and technical requirements.

·        Performing radiological performance assessments to evaluate the health of the CNPM process.

·        Establishing and implementing new radiological procedures and equipment to ensure technical requirements are satisfied.

·         Ensuring Non-Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program (NNPP) radiation health and safety program is implemented and maintained;

·         Maintaining Navy Radioactive Material Permits (NRMP) and conducting compliance audits;

·         Establishing and supervising the Shipyard’s accountability and control system for non-NNPP radioactive sources and material;

·         Planning and directing non-NNPP radiation safety and Health Physics training;

·         Developing and providing training and mentoring for division engineers;

·         Conducting frequent assessments;

·         Providing and exercising direct administrative and technical supervision over the division.

Travel Required

  • Occasional Travel
  • May be required.

Relocation Authorized

  • Yes
  • Relocation expenses may or may not be authorized in accordance with applicable regulations and available command funding.