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HP Vacancy at NIH

Please call the phone number listed to request a copy of the vacancy 
announcement and instructions for applying for this position.  Position 
is located in Bethesda, Maryland.

The National Institutes of Health, ORS Human Resources Branch, Bldg 31, 
Room 4B41, 31 Center Drive, Bethesda, MD  20892  (301) 402-1528, FAX 
(301) 402-1057

The Radiation Safety Branch, Division of Safety, Office of Research 
Services, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Public Health Service, 
announces an opening for a Health Physicist.  The Radiation Safety 
Branch provides comprehensive radiation safety services to one of the 
largest biomedical research centers in the world and the principal 
biomedical research facility of the U.S. Department of Health and Human 
Services.  Candidates must be U.S. citizens and must meet
Office of Personnel Management (OPM) X-118 qualification standards for 
the Health Physicist 1306 series.  NIH has been granted special pay 
status for Civil Service Health Physicists.  Depending on 
qualifications, the position is rated at the GS 9/11/12 level, with a 
salary range of $37,320-61,432.  The position is also open to qualified 
members of the U.S. Public Health Service.  Interested individuals 
should call the above to request a vacancy announcement, an
application, and information on the knowledge/skills/abilities required.
Closing date for applications is April 27, 1998.

Description of Duties: Health Physicist, Radioactive Materials Control 
Section, Radiation Safety Branch.  Challenging position available for 
highly motivated individual in the area of radioactive material receipt, 
shipping, disposal, inventory and laboratory health physics.  Primary 
responsibilities to include working in the radioactive and mixed waste 
management program on waste minimization, sampling, analysis, 
processing, treatment, and disposal.  Other duties to include 
development of standard operating procedures; laboratory and
waste processing area surveys and inspections; air sampling and 
analysis; environmental monitoring; personnel monitoring and bioassay; 
contamination control; review of research protocols; training; emergency 
response; licensing; investigation of internal and external exposures; 
and waste service audits.

Sean M. Austin, CHP
National Institutes of Health
Radiation Safety Branch
Building 21, Room 104
21 Wilson Drive, MSC 6780
Bethesda, MD  20892-6780

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