A Radiological Control Technician (RCT) will provide direct support to field implementation of the Radiation Protection Program through the execution of radiological job coverage, workplace surveys, and documentation of radiological data. In addition, the RCT will assist and mentor less experienced RCTs in the execution of radiation monitoring, contamination control, emergency response, and the implementation of radiation work permits and other work documents.
- High school diploma.
- Five (5) years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience directly related to the occupation.
- Prior DOE RCT experience preferred.
- Current DOE Core certification preferred.
- NRRPT (National Registry of Radiation Protection Technologists) preferred.
- Familiar with LANL policies, practices, and procedures, preferred.
Essential Job Functions
- Ability to lift 50 pounds and carry 35 pounds; Reading vision; Peripheral Vision, Depth Perception; Ability to speak; Ability to hear in a normal range (500 to 3000 htz).
- Ability to sit, crawl, stand, walk, run, and climb; in addition to reaching overhead, horizontally, and down; Free from chronic wounds or chronic rashes which disrupt the integrity of the skin that would prevent safe entry into controlled areas; Ability to use stairways, fixed ladders, and ladders up to six feet.
- Must be physically able to work in demanding environments.
- Possession of a valid driver’s license and an acceptable driving record.
- Pre-employment drug screen and physical required.
- Must be a US Citizen