Provide program management and oversight
Prepare, review and revise radiation protection procedures
Establish, implement and maintain radiation protection performance models and metrics
Monitor RP related non-conformances and corrective actions
Perform RP compliance inspections
Assist in annual RP program compliance reviews
Development and implementation of RP controls, processes and procedures; Radiological safety and dose assessments; ALARA assessment and reviews
Prepare, review and/or approval of radiological work plans/procedures Post-work ALARA reviews
Respond to and investigate unplanned events
Provide oversight on Radiation source registration and records; Radiation source leak testing program and Radioactive material handling permits
Conduct selection and procurement of radiation and contamination measuring and monitoring equipment
Provide SME support to Characterisation planning and execution
In-field gamma spectroscopy
Oversight of decommissioning/decontamination methods and techniques
Prescribe Dosimetry and perform dose assessments.
Terms of Employment:
Full time, Permanent (40 hours of work week)
$116,800 – $171,000 per annum
The successful candidate will be eligible for the following benefits:
• Supplementary and Basic Life Insurance
• Disability Benefit
• Pension Plan
• Merit increase
• Relocation allowance
• On-call pay
Honours degree in health physics, or Baccalaureate in engineering or science from a university of recognized standing with post graduate study (or equivalent experience in lieu of post graduate studies).
A Master degree in health physic preferred.
Certified Health Physicist (CHP) or equivalent would be an asset
10+ years of experience as a Health Physicist in an Operational or Industrial related radiological environment.
Decommissioning experience of Radiological Impacted Facilities is required.
Ability to wear protective clothing and work in a hazardous environment.
Mature outlook and proven good judgement.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of recommendations and guidelines of radiological protection standards.
Knowledge and understanding of radiation protection philosophies, procedures, equipment and techniques used both in theory and practice
Use of Microsoft computer software, knowledge and use of databases.
Written and oral communication skills.
Ability to work collaboratively with others in a team environment.
Ability to multi-task and prioritize work to meet objectives and targets.
Ability to make decisions based on established requirements, procedures and practices.
Ability to supervise a small work team, junior professionals and/or technical staff.
Location of Work:
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL)
286 Plant Road
Chalk River ON
Rebekah Hung, Talent Solutions Advisor
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CNL has an Employment Equity Program and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal Peoples, visible minorities and persons with disabilities.