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Radiological Project Manager

Position Requirements  -  Decommissioning-related health physics activities including planning, conducting, evaluating, and documenting final status radiological surveys for demonstrating compliance with dose or risk-based regulations or standards; oversight of radiological field projects.

 

Position Location – Home Office either: Oak Ridge, TN/ San Diego, CA: 

   
Experience Level: High Level (Minimum of 10 years in various capacities performing radiological site characterization, remediation, D&D and license terminations under MARSSIM and other regulatory requirements, radioactive material packaging, and shipping support.)
 

Successful candidate may be required support field projects related radioactive material packaging requirements to maintain compliance with waste acceptance and landfill disposal requirements.

 

Education and/or Experience:
 
- Must have a minimum of 10+ years of experience in radiological site characterization and remediation under MARSSIM and other applicable regulatory guidelines and 5 y
ears of Project Management experience with managing large-scale and complex field sites involving radiological, hazardous and mixed wastes.

- Must be knowledgeable about packaging, shipping and transportation requirements for radioactive and mixed waste materials.

- Must be knowledgeable of NRC, agreement state and other related environmental regulations.

- Must have excellent writing and communication skills.

 

Bachelor degree in Health Physics related field or other closely related environmental field is preferred.

40-hour HAZWOPER training is a plus; PMP certification is a plus; Work experience in California under CDPH-RHB  a plus; work experience at Navy facilities a plus.

 

 

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Health Physics Technician

 

Position Summary:
These are temporary position(s) that will be located in the Southeastern Pennsylvania region. Successful candidates will report to facility management and be responsible for performance of tasks necessary to maintain the radiation protection program on a day to day basis. Length of project is estimated to be through the end of 2015.

 
Essential Functions:
Include but not limited to: (Other duties may be assigned as required)
Routine radiological surveillance and surveys
Shipping and receiving of radioactive materials
Facility effluent monitoring
Calibration and maintenance of survey instruments
Issue and collect personnel dosimetry
Conduct radiological surveys for release of items
Other tasks to ensure procedural and regulatory compliance

 
Education and/or Experience:
- High school diploma or equivalent

- Minimum of 2 years working in applied health physics or equivalent field
- MARSSIM and Decommissioning Experience a plus
- Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of radiological related concerns and situations. 
 

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Construction Manager

 

Position Summary:
This is a temporary position(s) that will be located in the Southeastern Pennsylvania region. Successful candidate will be responsible for performance of tasks necessary to maintain construction activities on a day to day basis. Length of project is estimated to be through the end of 2015.


Essential Functions:
This position entails the technical oversight and execution of remediation projects; managing and mentoring field staff; and ensuring the safe execution of all phases of project work to meet our clients’ objectives as well as company goals. This successful candidate should have experience in all aspects of remediation including hazardous materials decon, asbestos and lead. Must be able to interact with Customer/Owner and comply with Owner and all applicable national and local codes and regulations. Must operate and maintain a well-defined organization including work personnel, engineering support, subcontractors, suppliers and specialists, while cooperating closely with other Contractors in maintaining a safe and efficient work site for all parties Responsible for maintaining a safe and efficient work site.

Education and/or Experience:

- Preferred Minimum of 2 years in a Construction Environment, exposure to Construction Management in a Hazardous Materials environment a plus. 

- Experience in scheduling and coordinating schedules in sufficient detail to control and accurately forecast the project. 

-  Strong math and science reasoning skills

- Proven professional that is qualified and experienced in construction management, remediation and demolition.

- Experienced in obtaining Construction/Owner Permits in the State of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia area. 

- Ability to reference and mark-up electronic and as-built drawings.

- Shall be competent in English.

 

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Site EH&S Representative

Position Summary

This is a temporary position that is located in the Southeastern Pennsylvania region. Successful candidate will be responsible for implementation and continued maintenance of EHS program on a day to day basis. This position reports to the site Owner Representative, the Philotechnics Project Manager, and the Philotechnics EHS Manager. You will work jointly with the Construction Manager to assess upcoming tasks to ensure worker safety. Length of project is estimated to be through the end of 2015.


Essential Functions: 
This position will see that all company and subcontractor personnel complete project orientation and will ensure that all field personnel are knowledgeable of and participate in safety efforts. You will conduct pre-work planning including the use of Job Safety Analyses (JSAs), conduct regular safety meetings (such as toolbox meetings) and perform safety audits, using the results to identify safety concerns. This position is also responsible for maintaining project safety files (OSHA Logs, audit forms, etc.), will participate in incident investigations and ensure submission of reports in a timely manner, and will intervene on all safety infractions as reported or observed. Such infractions will be documented and reported to the Construction Manager, the Owner Rep, the Project Manager, and the EHS Manager.


Education and/or Experience:

- Preferred Minimum of 3 years EHS implementation in a Construction or Industrial environment, exposure to EHS in a Hazardous Materials environment a plus.

- CHST/OHST certification a definite plus.

- Alternatively, B.S. in Safety, Science, or Engineering major with 1-2 years’ experience

- Familiarity with and understanding of applicable Federal and State safety regulations.

- Ability to research, integrate, and apply existing and updated safety standards.

- Strong computer skills.

- Good interpersonal and problem solving skills needed.

- Must be able to conduct group safety briefings including project personnel, project management, and owner representation.

 

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