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Job Announcement - Auburn University

Please distribute the following announcement on the RadSafe listserve.

Thanks in advance, Charles H. Ray, Jr., Director, Office of Safety &

Environmental Health


The Auburn University Office of Safety and Environmental Health is seeking

candidates for the position of Radiological Safety Officer.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to: maintaining compliance of

the University's radiation safety program with the permit conditions and

regulations of the Alabama Department of Public Health, Division of

Radiation Control; and ensuring exposure to ionizing radiation is

maintained as low as reasonably achievable.

Minimum qualifications are a Bachelor's degree (physical science,

biological science or engineering desired) with a strong background in

chemistry, physics, biology and mathematics and five years of experience in

radiation safety.  Experience may be as either a member of the regulated

community or as a regulator.  Experience in an academic setting and

knowledge of laser safety is also desired.  Successful candidate must have

strong interpersonal and written communication skills.   In addition, the

selected candidate's training and experience must be reviewed and approved

by the Alabama Department of Public Health, Division of Radiation Control

before an offer can be extended.  Salary will be commensurate with

education and experience.

Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

Candidates should submit a letter of application, names of three references

and resume' to:

Radiological Safety Officer #16826

Human Resources

Langdon Hall

Auburn University, AL 36849

PH: (334)844-4145

FAX: (334)844-1617

Review of applicants will begin after September 20, 2002.

Auburn University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.