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Radiological Control Technicians Cabrera - US-Region IV (West)
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Radiological Control Technicians


Job Category: Radiological (HP) Technician
Posted on: 05/17/2019 by Cabrera Services, Inc.
Job reference #: RCT CA 5/17/19

Location
US-Region IV (West)
Address: 
 
Compensation Why is Pay Rate not specified?
Unspecified Wage
Unspecified Per Diem

 
Duration
  • Long Term

Expiration Date 07/16/2019

Job description

Cabrera Services Inc. is seeking experienced radiological control technicians (RCT) for current & planned positions supporting commercial & governmental clients on projects located across the country with emphasis on the CA Capital Corridor (Between Sacramento and San Francisco).

At Cabrera, RCT will perform the following duties with limited supervision:
•        Set-up and operate radiological/industrial hygiene instruments
•        Collect radiation and industrial hygiene measurements data
•        Implement radiological survey/protection programs and supporting procedures
•        Collect physical media samples for rad/non-rad parameters
•        Perform routine surveillance and maintenance of work area boundaries & site controls
•        Perform safety & health oversight of HTRW work activities
•        Other related duties, as assigned by Management

Minimum Candidate Qualifications:
•        High school diploma or equivalent
•        Three (3) or more years of directly related experience as an RCT/Health Physics Technician/Engineering Laboratory Technician at a Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Defense (DOD), or Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) licensed facility. Formal education can be used to substitute (with RSO approval) for up to two (2) years of work experience; formal education receives 50% for equivalent experience (i.e., an A.S. degree in Radiation Protection equates to one-year of equivalent directly related experience).
•        Ability to wear personal protective equipment including protective clothing and respiratory protection
•        Ability to lift and carry equipment (up to 35 lbs) on uneven surfaces
•        Ability and desire to work outdoors
•        Ability to drive a personal/company-assigned motor vehicle within the state of assignment
•        Ability to use personal computers, portable devices, along with timekeeping, basic office productivity, and cloud storage software
•        Completion of an OSHA 40-hr HAZWOPER training course

Interested parties should e-mail their resume to resumes@cabreraservices.com

Cabrera Services is and EOE, all qualified applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Description of ideal candidate
•        Five or more years of RCT experience in Decontamination & Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities and Contaminated Sites
•        Current NRRPT
•        Completion of a health physics-related degree program from accredited college
•        Completion of Government Sponsored Engineering Lab/Radiation Controls Technician Training Program (e.g., Navy ELT, Article 108, etc.)
•        Demonstrated ability to lead a team of RCT’s on radiological field efforts and deliver high quality support to achieve project goals.
•        Current Annual 8-hour HAZWOPER refresher training.
•        Familiarity with GPS/GIS use in radiological surveys
•        Must be DOE RCT Core qualified or equivalent. For purposes of this contract, the DOE Core Training requirements are defined as the 13 Fundamental Academic Lesson Plan requirements as referenced in the DOE Radiological Control Technician Standardized Technician Qualification Standard, latest revision.


Other requirements
 
Degree
High School / GED

 
Experience
3+ years

 
Security Clearance
No Clearance

 
Qualifications
40 hr OSHA HAZWOPER

 


Benefits and Other Informations:
In addition to a competitive base pay, Cabrera currently offers a comprehensive benefits package including 401K with employer match; excellent medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance options; support for professional development; and incentive bonuses. Employees also enjoy friendly and professional work environments.

 

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