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    You will serve as a NUCLEAR ENGINEER or HEALTH PHYSICIST in the Radiological Control Office of PSNS located in San Diego, CA

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    • You will prepare procedures for radiation health or safety programs such as: Gamma Radiography, Analytical X-ray Equipment, RADIAC Calibration, Decontamination/Decommissioning, Radioactive Waste Management or Radioactive Material Shipment.
    • You will monitor compliance with state and federal regulations (such as: Nuclear Regulatory Commission requirements, OSHA, etc.) during radiological operations.
    • You will interpret radiation survey data to determine radiation hazards and compliance with established radiation level requirements.
    • You will conduct inspection and surveillances of operations performed by other organizations to determine compliance with requirements promulgated by the Shipyard and higher authority.
    • You will prepare and evaluate reports of investigations, analyses, and surveys to provide assessments, conclusions, and recommendations of program changes or modifications.
    • You will provide consultation to personnel in other departments and offices regarding the Radiological Affairs Support Program including consultation with personnel expressing concerns about radiation exposure.
    • You will develop and implement training programs, evaluate results and develop procedures for more efficient technical operations.
    • You will develop and establish quality controls programs for Radiological Affairs Support Program Division.
    • You will provide engineering and radiation health advice to assistant, health physicists, engineers, and physical science technicians.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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