Operate the mass spectrometers and other chemical and radiological laboratory equipment, including calibration and quality control measurements.
Collects site and environmental gaseous, liquid and solid samples and performs chemical and radionuclide analysis of those samples, and assures the minimization of contamination and generation of hazardous and radioactive waste in the laboratory.
Support preparation of reports for chemical analyses of UF6 production, survey, and personnel monitoring programs, maintains an effective record file system, keeps the laboratory contamination log, and implements the timely transfer of document test results and forms as required by procedure.
Performs emergency plan duties and responsibilities and participates in training exercises and drills, including other duties and responsibilities as directed
Performs routine and event initiated occupational and environmental radiological surveys and monitoring activities.
Maintain regulatory and schedule compliance for assigned tasks.
Develop/review procedures and procedure revisions in support of program implementation.
Acquire and maintain required training and qualifications necessary to perform assigned job responsibilities.
The ideal candidate will have an Associate’s Degree and three to seven years of related experience. At a minimum, the candidate will have a high school diploma or GED and three to five years of related experience in a radiological or nuclear technology enviornment.
The duties and responsibilities listed above do not reflect the position description in full and in complete detail.
How to apply
If you are already an employee of URENCO USA and are interested in applying for another job within the company, please submit an Internal Candidate Application Form (HR-2-3000-15-F-2), a cover letter and your resume to HRUUSA@urenco.com. If you require an accommodation to apply for a job or to perform a job, please contact UUSA Human Resources at 575-394-6652 or HRUUSA@urenco.com.