Radiation Safety Manager Duties
This position is responsible for the Radiation Safety Program
such that exposure to radiation and radioactive materials is as
low as reasonably achievable and in compliance with university,
state, and federal regulations. Manager has full/final
supervisory responsibility but only participates in
discussion/decision of job actions (e.g., new hires, promotions,
demotions, transfers, discipline, terminations). Activities and
decisions are highly complex. Significant independent action and
judgment are required subject to University wide policies.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provides support, assistance, and advice to users of radioactive
materials controlled under university license to ensure safety
policies are followed.
Ensures university radiation safety policies are in compliance
with the terms and conditions of license issued by the state,
and federal regulations.
Performs safety evaluations of prospective and existing users
Develops, revises, and ensures implementation of procedures, and
technical work documents in support of safety programs.
Provides professional advice and technical support to the
Radiation Safety Committee.
Performs management of the radiation safety staff; assigns
duties, provides training, and oversight in proper performance
of those duties.
Responsible for managing special projects.
Develops plans for future expenses/revenues and setting
priorities for the allocation of funds.
Performs related work as required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's degree required, qualification as a Radiation Safety
Manager or 10 years of related experience through practical
experience in a university or medical setting. License required:
Radiation Safety Manager qualification in accordance with the
American National Standards Institute (nuclear power industry),
the Department of Energy Radcon Program, or through practical
experience in a university or medical setting.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Technical knowledge and the ability to implement that knowledge
in field operations.
Must be able to communicate technical ideas to an array of