[ RadSafe ] USACE Job Announcement

Clements, Julie A NWD02 Julie.A.Clements at nwd02.usace.army.mil
Mon Mar 6 08:55:26 CST 2006

> GS 13 -1306 Health Physicist $75,000 - $105,000 - US Army Corps of
> Engineers - Position will also entail approximately 50% travel to project
> sites, mostly with the North Atlantic and South Atlantic Division
> boundaries. Incumbent can work from the following geographic locations
> within NAD: New York, New England, Philadelphia, Baltimore, or Norfolk.
> Duties: Review & study proposals of radiation related documents including,
> but not limited to, Records of Decision, Engineering Evaluations & Cost
> Analysis, Scopes of Work, Work Plans Site Safety & Health Plans, &
> procurement actions to assure completeness & compliance w/all USACE,
> Federal, State & Local regulations. You will interpret & apply NRC, EPA,
> OSHA, DA, & USACE regulations, standards & guidance pertaining to the
> procurement, possession, use, transport, transfer, & disposal of
> radioactive materials & radiation generating devices. Where guidelines do
> not specifically apply, you will use professional judgment & ingenuity in
> interpreting & adapting guides that do exist. You will plan, organize, &
> conduct/direct surveys of radiation areas. You will compile, review, &
> interpret radiation data & testing results & assure that contractors
> perform such surveys in accordance w/the current requirements. You will
> serve as a mentor to lower grade health physicists. 
> About the Position: Serves as a Health Physicist for the North Atlantic
> Division (NAD) HTRW Design District. The HTRW Design Center Program
> includes direct support to project managers at the Baltimore District as
> well as other NAD Districts. Incumbent has significant coordination role
> with HQUSACE concerning NAD radiation related sites, including Formerly
> Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) and reactor decommissioning
> projects. Project scopes offer unusually difficult and technically
> challenging problems due to the diversity of missions and customers,
> constantly evolving regulations and mission needs and the nature of
> radiation related hazards. 
> http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/
> Questions or requests for additional information, please contact Hans
> Honerlah at 410-962-9184 or hans.b.honerlah at usace.army.mil

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