SR RADIOLOGICAL ENGINEER 25-26
Richland, WA 99352
Job Responsibilities (may include but are not limited to):
• Plans and conducts Radiation Safety work in a project or staff group.
• Performs work that involves conventional nuclear engineering practice but may include complex features such as resolving conflicting design requirements, unsuitability of conventional materials and/or difficult coordination requirements.
• Perform work using Bechtel Standard Application Programs (BSAPs) and appropriate 2-D and 3-D computer aided design and computer aided engineering (CAD and CAE) tools.
• Coordinate engineering efforts in assigned areas between specialty and other engineering groups or disciplines with suppliers, and contractors and between other groups.
• Prepare letters to vendors and clients.
• Prepare or assists in preparation of conceptual studies, designs, reports or proposals.
• Perform or assists in the performance of problem analysis and original design.
• Support the creation of a work environment that fosters openness, trust, communication, teamwork, empowerment, innovation, and satisfaction.
• BS degree in nuclear engineering or a radiological science field from an accredited college or university with a minimum of 6 years of related experience or in lieu of degree 12 years of progressive relevant experience in Engineering.
• Thorough knowledge of radiation safety techniques, the design of engineered systems, and engineering and design calculations.
• Understands the application of Engineering Department Procedures.
• Knowledge of current computer applications for engineering and design.
• Understanding of engineering planning and control methods including computerized methods.
• Understanding of the roles played by other departments on projects including basic construction practices and the economics involved.
• Understanding of industry or regulatory codes and standards and design criteria pertinent to the radiation safety or nuclear engineering discipline.
• Skill in oral and written communication.
• Working knowledge of precedents in radiation safety, the principles and practices of related technical areas and of coordinating work with other technical disciplines.
• Understands the standard engineering work planning, scheduling and cost estimating, and conducts independent work requiring judgment in the application of engineering techniques.
• Possess the legal right to work and remain in the US without sponsorship.
• Must be able to obtain a Department of Energy badge for access to the Hanford Site.
• Currently holds an EIT/FE certificate or PE License.
• Experience in radiation safety on the design of nuclear facilities.
• Experience working on DOE or DOD government projects.
Must be able to complete a pre-employment drug screen, physical (if located at the construction site), and background check.