APTIM Radiological Control Specialist in Gloucester City, New Jersey
Radiological Controls Specialist opportunity located in Gloucester City, New Jersey.
The work will entail providing radiological supervisory support for site characterization, removal of contaminated soils, building materials, removal of contaminated surface coatings, characterization of buildings, and final status surveys.
Conduct and supervise radiation surveys of potentially contaminated areas and structures; perform surveys and collect samples to support field excavations and other remediation activities.
Conduct environmental radiation surveys, survey of personnel and equipment and collection of environmental samples for radiological analysis.
Must be experienced working under environmental QA programs; documenting activities, chain of custody, etc.
Be able to recognize and communicate to the RSO and site workers shortcomings in radiological safety and characterization activities. Must have radiological supervisory experience.
Welsbach Gas Mantle facility experience is a plus.
Preferred that candidate have USACE/FUSRAP work experience. Commercial decontamination experience required.
Must have OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 hazardous waste 40-hour training, all subsequent annual 8-hour refreshers, and medical clearance for PPE and respirator use.
Minimum of 8 years' experience performing radiological characterization/decontamination or equivalent support. Additionally, education and training must meet the requirements of one of the following: Verifiable evidence of training, experience, or a combination of training and experience consistent with the requirements of American National Standards Institute/American Nuclear Society, Standard N3.1 - 1993, American National Standard for Selection, Qualification and Training of Personnel for Nuclear Power Plants (reaffirmed 1999), for Senior Health Physics Technicians; National Certification with the National Registry of Radiation Protection Technologists; Certification as a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Radiological Controls Technician consistent with the requirements of Title 10, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 835, Section 835.103; Evidence of NAVSHIPS 389-0288, Radiological Controls for Shipyards or NAVSEA 389-0153, Radiological Controls, Article 108
Qualification; or Two-Year Technical Degree in Health Physics or related field.
APTIM was created by Veritas Capital, a leading private equity firm, following acquisition of CB&I's Capital Services business. With approximately 15,000 employees deployed across hundreds of offices and customer sites globally, APTIM provides integrated maintenance services, environmental engineering and remediation, infrastructure, EPC services, program management, disaster response and recovery, resiliency planning, and energy management services for private sector and government customers. Our timely and cost-effective solutions not only satisfy our customers' needs, but also improve the quality of life for people around the world.
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