[ RadSafe ] FW: Laser Safety Officer Position Available
Holcomb, Robert D
dholcomb at austin.utexas.edu
Tue Nov 4 12:10:40 CST 2014
I received this from Jamie King at LLNL, he asked me to forward it. If you know someone who would be qualified and desire the job, it seems like a great opportunity for the right person.
R. DeWayne Holcomb, CHP, CLSO
The Univ. of Texas at Austin
EHS - Radiation & Laser Safety
(512) 471-2038 Office
From: King, Jamie J. [mailto:king75 at llnl.gov]
Sent: Monday, November 03, 2014 7:02 PM
Cc: dewaxer at nps.edu<mailto:dewaxer at nps.edu>
Subject: Laser Safety Officer Position Available
Laser Safety Professionals,
A great opportunity is available at the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, California for a Laser Safety Officer:
GS-0803/1306-12 $82,275.00 to $106,955.00 / Per Year
This position serves as the Laser Safety Officer within the Naval Postgraduate School Department of Research Safety in Monterey, CA. This position will be responsible for laser safety program management for a wide variety of laser research operations for a major Navy Education/Research and Development facility. They will assist in resolving complex research safety problems for other programs that may be assigned, including radiofrequency, radiation, high voltage, and/or explosives and propellants, where guidelines are very general.
This position is an Interdisciplinary position and can be filled in one of the following series: Safety Engineer, GS-0803 or GS-1306, Health Physicist.
The government application process relies on your resume. Please include an extensive, detailed resume with job responsibilities, summary of the content of training completed, and any certifications (past, present, or pending); be sure to upload transcripts and other supporting documentation; and note that supervision of activities does not mean that you were the performance/HR supervisor, oversight for compliance with safety requirements can be considered supervision.
If you are interested in a great job in a great location, check this one out.
Jamie J. King, CLSO
Laser Safety Officer
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Livermore, CA 94550
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