Franz Schönhofer franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Wed Nov 12 09:55:14 CST 2014


I received your post via RADSAFE. This is solely to answer your question, 
because I am happly retired since 11 years, am not a US citizen, have been a 
very active scientist in many fields of radiochemistry, radioanalysis, the 
radiation protection officer of my institute, which was tiny compared with 
Hanford, but what Hanford looks after would be an army of scientists to 
fulfill all the required roles and responsibilities. It sounds actually 


-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- 
From: Wayne Glines
Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 3:27 PM
To: radsafe at health.phys.iit.edu

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

From: Glines, Wayne M
Sent: Monday, November 10, 2014 1:12 PM
To: 'radsafe at health.phys.iit.edu'

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 

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 troubleshooting.

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 
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 needed.
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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