[ RadSafe ] Job opening: Director, National Air and Radiation Environmental Laboratory

Edward Tupin Tupin.Edward at epamail.epa.gov
Mon Jan 9 14:12:45 CST 2012



    U.S. EPA is seeking a highly skilled and motivated individual to
    lead one of its key air and radiation laboratories. The official
    announcement for the position of Director of the National Air and
    Radiation Environmental Laboratory (NAREL) within EPA's Office of
    Radiation and Indoor Air is posted on USAJobs (links below). The
    announcement closes on Monday, January 30, 2012.

    The NAREL director manages a highly technical and experienced group
    of scientists and engineers and a state-of-the-art radio chemical
    laboratory facility in Montgomery, Alabama. The diverse work of the
    laboratory includes radioanalysis, radiochemistry, hazardous waste
    analysis and air monitoring technical support. The director oversees
    nationwide activities that include:
          · Performing environmental radiation studies and near
          real-time radiation monitoring.
          · Conducting field monitoring and laboratory analyses for
          radiological emergencies and cleanup activities.
          · Providing radiological technical support to EPA, other
          federal agencies and states.
          · Managing a nationwide network of air, precipitation,
          drinking water and milk sampling locations, providing the
          radiochemical analyses and managing the data from the

    Applicants should have strong technical experience in radiation
    monitoring and analysis as well as strong management experience.

    EPA consistently ranks as one of the top federal agencies in which
    to work, offering solid benefits and a flexible work environment.

    All applications must be submitted through USAJobs to be considered.
    Federal employees should submit applications through
        All other candidates should submit applications through

Edward A. Tupin, MS, CHP
tupin.edward at epa.gov
Health Physicist
Center for Radiological Emergency Management
US Environmental Protection Agency  6608J
Washington, DC 20460
office: (202) 343-9383
cell: (202) 253-8206
Office Location
1310 L. ST, NW
Washington, DC 20005

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