Radiation Protection Support Superintendent (HC Rad Pro)
PSEG - Hancocks Bridge, NJ

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Accountable for the in-field application of policies and procedures relating to applied Radiation Protection programs. Directly manages the Radiation Protection ALARA Analysts and Radiation Protection Work Week Specialist activities in their daily support of plant Operations and maintenance activities. Is responsible for assuring that the Radiation Protection Department maintains a strong ALARA program through proper monitoring, assessments, and evaluation of plant exposure data. Is responsible for the regulatory knowledge and training of the ALARA staff necessary to improve station and department performance. Owner of the Radiation Protection Department’s and Site’s ALARA program. Ensure that the ALARA program meets the standards set forth in the guidance documents and maintains site exposure as low as achievable. Participates in the Business Planning, Budget and performance reviews for the Radiation Protection Department at Hope Creek. Fulfill managerial responsibilities regarding assigned staff. Ensures consistent and effective work force practices through assigned supervisors/functions. Assist the other RP Support Superintendent in developing, reviewing and implementing department procedures and policies and assuring that these documents meet all federal and company regulations. Attend peer meetings to assure that industry best practices and standards are being implemented effectively and uniformly across all sites. Accountable for ensuring that department activities, priorities and resources are being managed effectively to meet the needs of Operations and Maintenance. Provides critical observations and feedback to site and departmental staffing to foster continuous improvement. Maintains a working relationship with the Union and ensures that the CBA is applied consistently and fairly.

Required: Bachelor’s degree in a Science or Engineering subject, including formal training in Radiation Protection. Minimum 5 years experience in Operations or Radiation Protection at a Nuclear facility with either an NRRPT or CHP. Demonstrated written and oral communication skills. Must be technically knowledgeable in multiple facets of Health Physics programs and regulations. Strong knowledge of Code of Federal Regulations and Technical Specifications. Must meet Nuclear’s requirements for unescorted plant access.

Candidate must foster an inclusive work environment and respect all aspects of diversity.
Successful candidate must demonstrate and value differences in others' strengths, perspectives, approaches, and personal choices.

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