[ RadSafe ] Health Physicist Position University of Utah

Karen Langley karen at rso.utah.edu
Tue Sep 14 13:49:34 CDT 2010

We are anticipating new health physicist and radiation analyst (technologist) positions to be approved momentarily to catch up with our continued growth.  This opening, however, is to fill an existing Health Physicist's position who will be leaving to take a new opportunity.

The University of Utah is a major university which includes a School of Medicine, University Hospital, Huntsman Cancer Hospital, Clinics, radiopharmacy serving regional clients, a PET Cyclotron, TRIGA research reactor and numerous research laboratories.  The successful candidate must have the ability to work independently, be accountable and possess self motivation.  Responsibilities will include operational health physics, administrative oversight of individual programs as delegated by the Radiation Safety Officer and development and implementation of radiation safety programs as needed or required by institutional committees or regulatory agencies.

Qualifications - Bachelor's degree in health physics, engineering, physical science, geological science plus six years of professional experience in health physics with at least three years in an area of health physics or equivalency.  Demonstrated human relation and effective communication skills required.  Considerable knowledge of the operation/calibration of radiation detection instrumentation and health physics principles and practices are necessary.

Preferred qualifications include an advanced degree in health physics, or related field; experience in an institutional radiation safety program and administrative experience;  ABHP certification.

To view the posting and apply on-line go to:   http://www.hr.utah.edu/careers/
Health Physicist: Job #41742:

Karen Langley, MS
Radiation Safety Officer, Director
University of Utah
Radiological Health Department
75 S 2000 E
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
(801)581-6141, Fax 581-4206
Karen at rso.utah.edu<mailto:Karen at rso.utah.edu>

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