ENVIRONMENT HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICER-RADIATION PROTECTION, Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Office-Campus Radiation Protection Program (RPP), to function as an integral member of the RPP, serving in a leadership role and providing expert radiation protection advice/service to support academic and business objectives with due consideration of federal and state regulations, established EHS programs, and good practices. Will manage several specific radiation protection programs; lead initiatives; manage staff; act as a member of EHS service teams and as a lead contact for departments, labs, and centers; and provide advice on research and operations, building projects, and experiments relative to the use of all sources of radiation. This includes the recognition, evaluation, and control of potential and real health hazards from exposures to ionizing and nonionizing radiation sources including licensed radioactive material, radiation producing equipment, lasers, and other RF sources.
REQUIRED: a bachelor's degree in science or engineering; a master's degree in health physics or environmental health; five years' applicable radiation protection experience; radiation safety expertise and working knowledge of regulations/standards specific to radiation protection for ionizing and nonionizing radiation sources; general EHS expertise; experience recognizing, evaluating, and controlling ionizing and nonionizing radiation sources, hazardous chemicals, and physical agents; working knowledge of laser safety principles and requirements; excellent customer service and oral and written communication skills; experience managing people and projects and prioritizing client needs in a team-oriented environment; tactical and strategic thinking and problem solving abilities; diplomacy and good judgment; ability to appreciate and work to achieve big picture objectives while paying attention to details; organizational skills; and ability to follow through and achieve objectives in a timely and effective manner. Job #15113-P
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