[ RadSafe ] Radiation Safety Technologist Position at UMDNJ
lanka at umdnj.edu
Tue Nov 8 08:16:13 CST 2005
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Job Title: Radiation Safety Technologist
Job Number: 05NS976961
Location: Newark (Northern New Jersey)
Facility: Central Administration
Department: Academic Affairs
Status: Regular Full-time
Salary Range: P - 20 $22.00 - $25.39
Created by the State Legislature in 1970, UMDNJ is now a statewide
network of academic health centers that includes eight schools on five
campuses, enrolling more than 4,500 students. We rank among the 100 top
research universities in the country. Our University is dedicated to the
pursuit of excellence in the education of health professionals and
scientists, the conduct of research, the delivery of health care, and
service to the people of New Jersey.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent combination of
education and experience. At least one year of experience in handling
and analysis of radioactive materials. Must be able to communicate and
promote ideas and transfer detailed knowledge to others and a computer
literate with proficiency and working knowledge of database and
reporting tools such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint.
Responsibilities: Under the broad technical and management supervision
of the Director/Radiation Safety Officer, is responsible for carrying
out the services in health physics at UMDNJ - Newark campus. The
Radiation Safety Technologist conducts routine audits of licensed users
of radioactive materials to determine compliance with the NRC, NJDEP and
procedures established by the UMDNJ Radiation Safety Committee.
UMDNJ offers a competitive salary & comprehensive benefits package
including child care. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer,
M/F/D/V. For more information, visit www.umdnj.edu/hrweb.
Venkata K. Lanka
Director/ Radiation Safety Officer
UMDNJ - MSB A-534
185 South Orange Ave
Newark, NJ 07103
Pager: 973-421-0570 or 1-866-20UMDNJ
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