Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Sr.Radiation Safety Specialist.
Provide technical support services for this Department related to our Radioactive Materials Program, and our X-Ray Safety and Quality Control Programs. This includes providing rapid response to incidents; providing or supervising decontamination services as needed; visiting locations where radioactive materials are used or stored to evaluate safety; evaluating lead aprons and other shields; evaluating X-ray collimation systems; making survey measurements; analyzing samples; testing instruments and maintaining records.
Performs other duties as assigned.
General issues and attention to recommendations made during prior evaluations and at other times.
Use and care of resources, which includes material supplies and equipment; keeping facilities in good order; time management while at work, and attention to Departmental and Medical Center procedures, rules and policies including those related to lateness and absence.
The quality and quantity of your work including knowledge of applicable regulatory requirements and our internal procedures; your ability to perform tasks completely and accurately; your ability to work with others; and your ability to take effective initiative to identify or resolve problems which arise in the course of your work.
Assist with, and provide back-up support for, our Radioactive Waste Program. Maintain knowledge of applicable regulatory requirements; maintain technical resources such as instrumentation and measurement standards in good order.
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a
1. American Board of Radiology Diagnostic Radiologic Physics (or equivalent in training & experience) 2. New York State License in Medical Physics - Diagnostic Radiologic 3. Master of Science in Physics
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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