New England Chapter
of the Health Physics Society


Health Physicist II, Dominion, Millstone Station, Waterford, CT

(posted 2017-05-01)


Job Title: Health Physicist II

Company: Dominion - Millstone Power Station
Location: Waterford, CT
Apply Online: https://www.dom.com/careers

Overview:
Responsibilities:

Provide technical support in developing and implementing radiological protection effluent and environmental monitoring, radiological waste management and emergency planning programs and procedures. Review and recommend revisions to health physics procedures and radiological protection programs to ensure regulatory compliance. Perform instrumentation evaluations and operating parameter analyses. Provide radiological solutions for ALARA concerns. Maintain HIS-20 and administer associated contracts. Review and evaluate elements of emergency preparedness program related to radiological protection functions.

Qualifications:
Required Experience:
A minimum of five years experience in radiation protection at a nuclear reactor facility. A minimum of two years of this five years experience should be related technical training. A maximum of four years of this five years experience may be fulfilled by related technical or academic training.

Preferred Experience:

Knowledge of methods and means of detecting and quantifying radiation, knowledge of the methods of determining dose rates, ability to intelligently inform others in matters pertaining to the Radiological Protection Program.
Knowledge of computer applications.
Basic knowledge of company operations.
Analytical and deductive reasoning.
Report and technical writing skills. Instrumentation, mathematical and data trending.

Education Required:

Education Level:
Required: Bachelor, Disciplines Preferred: Engineering, Science , Other Education: Science

If you are selected to interview for this position we will require documentation of your degree (to meet ANSI standard requirements) prior to scheduling the interview, and will not be able to proceed without the documentation.

Working Conditions:
Cold Up to 25%, Heat Up to 25%, Loud Noise Up to 25%, Office Work Environment 76-100%, Radiation Up to 25%

Basic Qualifications:

A minimum of five years experience in radiation protection at a nuclear reactor facility. A minimum of two years of this five years experience should be related technical training. A maximum of four years of this five years experience may be fulfilled by related technical or academic training.


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