Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. is an industry leader in engineered systems and advanced manufacturing. The Company provides full-spectrum systems engineering, integration, manufacturing, and lifecycle sustainment solutions to the marine, aviation, aerospace, and defense, energy, and environment markets. Teledyne Brown has expertise in systems integration, technology development, hardware design, prototype development, system test and evaluation, advanced manufacturing, performance-based logistics solutions, and operations and maintenance
Position Summary and Responsibilities:
The Advisory Technologist will provide Radiological , Environmental, and Health and Safety support including health and safety oversight to personnel, subcontractors, customers and visitors. This includes radiological control, hazard assessment implementation, radiological work planning, health and safety program implementation and interfacing with personnel concerning radiological and hazardous material management. This individual will provide recommendations concerning engineering and administrative controls to help reduce workers exposures. They will manage and review construction safety support to oversee and address radiological and health and safety concerns. They must be familiar with radiological sampling procedures and sampling analysis plans to ensure site workers are not being noncompliant to the Radiological Protection Program. They will also provide assistance to the Radiation Program as the Assistant Radiological Safety Officer (RSO). They will be responsible for meeting OSHA/EPA/State and Local regulations as well as maintain radiological and EH&S procedures, project specific EH&S plans, hazard assessments.
This individual will be responsible for providing the highest level of radiological and EH&S expertise in performing experimental research functions. They will analyze, define, and develop solutions for Radiological and EH&S issues. This individual will serve as an advisor to management and technical personnel engaged in advanced programs.
*Must have the ability to obtain a DOE "Q" Clearance*
Education and Experience:
Minimum of 5 years of Radiological, Environmental, Health and Safety-related experience/training
Background in Radiation Protection and contamination control is required.
Working knowledge of NRC 10 CFR 20/ DOE 10 CFR 851 / OSHA 29 CFR/EPA 40 CFR/ State and Local regulations
Strong communication skills, both written and verbal (training, presentation, report writing)
Organizational skills (filing, scheduling, record-keeping)
Ability to lead and direct teams
Computer skills (knowledgeable and proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Experience performing radiological surveys
Experience developing controls for and identifying and evaluating environment for hazardous conditions and practices.
Experience performing Workplace Hazard Analysis
Experience conducting specialized safety training programs
Experience using radiological and industrial hygiene instrumentation
Experience performing ES&H walkdowns and inspections
Experience performing ES&H surveillance on construction projects
Ability to obtain a DOE “Q” Clearance
Certifications as DOE CORE RCT, NRRPT, ASP, CHST, or CSP or equivalent experience