If you have a desire to develop and learn a deep expertise in radiological controls and nuclear work of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program, and are looking for an exciting new job with ample opportunities for learning and professional growth, then apply today!
Radiological Controls Engineering is a multi-discipline team that provides subject matter expertise and engineering support to ensure the complaint execution of nuclear work at the Kesselring Site. We are looking for a new team member that can help us increase our capacity to support a growing demand for nuclear work on facilities and infrastructure. Typical work includes but is not limited to: Maintain status reports and listings of radiological areas of concern, maintaining and updating radiological history files, performing assessments and evaluations of work to determine radiological controls requirements, reviewing and concurring with work permits and other work authorization forms involving work on nuclear systems or the generation of radioactive waste, and reviewing technical work documents for nuclear work as governed by regulatory manuals. Other duties include being a member of the Emergency Response Organization Radiological Technical Branch.