[ RadSafe ] RSO position at Auburn University
filljoh at auburn.edu
Tue Nov 15 15:12:06 CST 2005
The Department of Risk Management and Safety at Auburn University is
seeking candidates for the position of Safety and Health Specialist
III/IV (Radiological Safety Officer).
Responsibilities include but are not limited to: directing and
implementing all aspects of the University's radiation safety program
for all academic, research, and veterinary hospital activities;
developing and implementing training, inspection, and monitoring
programs to ensure ALARA exposures to ionizing radiation; consulting
with faculty, staff and administration on issues relating to radiation
safety; and supervising two support personnel.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Health
Physics, Environmental Science, Health & Safety, Industrial Hygiene,
Biological Sciences, Engineering or Chemistry plus seven years'
experience in radiation safety OR Bachelor's degree in any other
discipline plus nine years' experience. The following certifications may
be substituted for up to three years of experience: CIH, CSP, or CHP.
The selected candidate must successfully pass a post-offer,
pre-employment physical as a requirement for participation in the
emergency response team.
Experience in an academic or research setting and knowledge of laser
safety are desired. The successful candidate for this position will
demonstrate strong organizational and communication skills, and will
exhibit the ability to work effectively with a diverse group of people.
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.
Refer to Requisition # 21376 and apply on line at:
on any computer with internet access. If you need any assistance,
contact Auburn University's Department of Human Resources at (334) 844
4145. Internet Access is also available through your local state
employment office and public library.
Review of applications will begin after December 8, 2005.
Auburn University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
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