[ RadSafe ] FW: VACANCY - MANAGER RADIOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTATION - HANFORD SITE
John R Johnson
idiasjrj at gmail.com
Wed Nov 12 08:43:22 CST 2014
I got it
J R Johnson
Vancouver B. C.
On Wed, Nov 12, 2014 at 6:27 AM, Wayne Glines <wayne.glines at moellerinc.com>
> I sent the e-mail below for posting on RADSAFE on Monday. To date I have
> not seen it posted. Since this was my first attempt to post to RADSAFE, I
> may not have followed the proper protocols. Please post or let me know how
> to get posted.
> Wayne M. Glines
> (509) 942-3623 (work)
> (509) 375-3147 (home)
> (509) 366-8382 (mobile)
> From: Glines, Wayne M [Wayne_M_Glines at rl.gov]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 6:26 AM
> To: Wayne Glines
> Subject: FW: VACANCY - MANAGER RADIOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTATION - HANFORD SITE
> From: Glines, Wayne M
> Sent: Monday, November 10, 2014 1:12 PM
> To: 'radsafe at health.phys.iit.edu'
> Subject: VACANCY - MANAGER RADIOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTATION - HANFORD SITE
> Organization: Mission Support Alliance, LLC • 2430 Stevens Center,
> Richland, WA 99352
> Job Begins: 1 December 2014
> Position Number: 25463
> Description: The Hanford Radiological Instrumentation Program (HRIP)
> Manager is responsible for all operational aspects of the radiological
> instrument calibration program and reports directly to the Radiological
> Site Services Director. This position ensures that the department provides
> technically capable calibration, maintenance, and repair services for
> portable and semi-portable radiological instrumentation, and delivers
> technically sound, defensible data for determining the adequacy of site
> radiological control programs to protect the health and safety of workers,
> the public, and the environment.
> The HRIP Manager will assist in implementing policies and priorities to
> meet or exceed all MSC contract requirements, consistent with MSA goals and
> The HRIP Manager provides direct technical support to calibration and
> repair technicians, and will work with HRIP customers to address and
> resolve calibration issues, and assists with any investigations or
> The HRIP Manager plays a key role in the organizational structure of the
> program. This position is directly responsible for production and business
> operations personnel.
> Roles and Responsibilities:
> 1. Provide a place of employment that is free from hazards that
> may cause serious physical harm to workers. Convey safety expectations to
> facility personnel (including Stop Work).
> 2. Provide overall direction of the department's functions.
> Assist in the establishment of HRIP's goal and objectives within the RSS
> management plan. Develop and oversee methods for measuring and evaluating
> the performance of the activities performed within HRIP, including
> personnel, equipment, and service levels.
> 3. Implement direction, training, and evaluation of HRIP
> production and technical functions. Coordinate and direct the efforts of
> HRIP to ensure that the function operates efficiently.
> 4. Day-to-day management of HRIP staff, including interfacing
> with HRIP's Production and Business Operations Leads in relation to daily
> supervision and work direction of staff.
> 5. Review, approve, and maintain MSA-MA-562, MSA-MA-563 and
> associated calibration procedures. Function as the technical authority for
> assigned methods and procedures. Interface with the quality assurance
> department to ensure compliance of the HRIP employees with assigned methods
> to policy and procedural requirements.
> 6. Assist in the budget process for the department, including
> preparing, reporting against, and operating within department budgets.
> Oversee development of resource plans and personnel schedules.
> 7. Maintain proper staff levels and the quality and competence
> of the personnel on that staff. Evaluate the performance of the
> organization's personnel.
> 8. Act as the responsible manager for HRIP corrective action
> management (CAM) activities. Address technological corrective action
> issues. Collaborate with RSS QA Management in response to assessments and
> surveillances conducted by RL, state, and federal regulatory agencies and
> internal oversight organizations.
> 9. Conduct management assessments as scheduled. Focus on
> management systems, including performance in the field, and report
> compliance issues identified.
> 10. Guide and manage the planning of capital equipment
> procurement of new and replacement items.
> 11. Determine and provide a necessary level of technical
> documentation during requirements gathering, based on technical services
> group standards and procedures and discussions with project staff, industry
> experience, and technical vendors
> 12. Responsible for scoping, identification of project
> deliverables, and creation of project-specific documentation such as
> functional specifications, technical specifications, etc.
> 13. Review calibration frequencies per MSA-MA-563
> 14. Assure facility postings, Radiological Work Permits (RWPs),
> and standard operating procedures (SOPs) are current.
> 15. Review and approve completed calibration data sheets as
> 16. Interface with business systems/client services regarding
> customer issues related to calibration problems, complaints, and requests
> for special services.
> 17. Interface with production control department to approve and
> implement instrument modification requests
> 18. Maintain records of all instrument performance data for
> radiation detection instruments used at Hanford.
> 19. MSA's primary point of contact for the MSA's responsibilities
> associated with the Hanford Instrument Evaluation Committee
> 20. Keep abreast of industry trends and advancements in
> Contribute to the company knowledge base and process improvements
> Website: http://msa.hanford.gov/hr/
> Position is open until 15 November 2014. All candidates must submit
> application on the MSA HR website.
> Please contact Sue Kon at 509-373-7460 or susan_l_kon at rl.gov<mailto:
> susan_l_kon at rl.gov>
> Attn: MSA Human Resources Department • Phone: 800-438-1305 • Email:
> msahr at rl.gov<mailto:msahr at rl.gov>
> Wayne M. Glines, CHP
> Acting HRIP Technical Lead
> (509) 376-3235 (W)
> (509) 366-8382 (M)
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