|Radiation Protection Technical Specialist - LaSalle Station||Radiation Protection Technical Specialist - LaSalle Station||GP0|#036d7cad-49e3-4a98-8821-efa704301d6d
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GTSet|#7712b39a-721e-4406-b3c9-bfbaaf3b9a98||205684||https://exeloncorp.taleo.net/careersection/exelon_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=205684, https://exeloncorp.taleo.net/careersection/exelon_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=205684||<br>At Exelon, we've got a place for you! <br><br>Join the nation's leading competitive energy provider, with one of the largest electricity generation portfolios and retail customer bases in the country.
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Energize your career at Exelon!<br><br>PRIMARY PURPOSE OF POSITION <br>Is accountable for implementing the station technical programs such as Dosimetry, Instrumentation, respiratory programs, self assessment and CAP processes, procedure implementation, and other programmatic processes as assigned.
Implements the long term planning processes of Exelon to insure programs are up to date from a regulatory and a technical perspective.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES <br>- Attend meetings representing Radiation Protection with regards to programmatic issues with NOS, regulators, and station CAP.
<br>- Coordinate procedure changes to programs with the site and fleet and write transition plans to insure appropriate communications and change management.
<br>- Tracking and monitoring RP metrics for technical programs and generate corrective actions to insure programs are free of regulatory risk.
<br>- Work with fleet peers to benchmark and improve programs to industry best performance including cost, execution, and standardization.
<br>- Perform assessments of programs to identify problems and systematically correct <br>- Implement corrective actions, self assessments, and benchmarking into departmental and self learning objectives and develop training material to be used to improve department performance.
<br>- Perform in field observations of work and insure that appropriate standards of performance are met <br><br>POSITION SPECIFICATIONS <br>Minimum: <br>- B.
Degree in Health Physics (or related field) and one year related work experience in radiation protection <br>or <br>- Associate Degree in Health Physics (or related science) and 3 years related experience in radiation protection <br>or <br>- High school diploma with ANSI 3.
1 RP technician qualifications, or at least 5 years of RP-related experience in at a nuclear power facility <br>- Excellent computer skills.
Capability to learn passport, excel, access, Canberra system software, and other software as needed to manage and implement programs <br>- Strong written and oral communication skills <br>Preferred: <br>- NRRPT Certification<br>|