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Talen Energy Specific Temporary - Sr. Radiation Protection Technician in Berwick, Pennsylvania

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: Duties include but are not limited to:

1) Performs or directs the daily activities of Radiation Protection Technicians at SSES. Works with little or no direct supervision.

2) Attends meetings and training as required or requested.

3) Participates in lessons learned discussions, root cause discussions, troubleshooting plans, etc.

4) Engages in and performs work as necessary. Provides the necessary leadership, initiative, judgment, ingenuity, and experience to ensure implementation of the Radiation Protection program.

5) Organizes, plans, schedules, leads and directs work activities.

6) This position is expected to assist the Radiation Protection Foremen in the completion of assigned work as required by station demands.

7) Assists in Radiation Protection training programs, conducts OJT of Radiation Protection Technicians including on the job training (OJT). This does not include test practical evaluations (TPE).

8) Participates in Observation Programs such as coaching cards or other non-disciplinary programs on a voluntary basis. Provides feedback and evaluations of training courses.

9) Researches problems and assists Radiation Protection staff in their resolution.

10) Suggests changes or modifications to alleviate station challenges.

11) Provides the overall radiological expertise required to maintain Susquehanna’s ideals of safety, dependability, and equipment reliability.

12) Assists in the evaluation of work schedules to determine appropriate manpower and equipment and assigns qualified personnel to the task with appropriate emphasis on industrial safety and the use of human performance tools such as pre and post job briefings, review of critical steps, and error precursors.

13) Reviews and approves (initials) survey maps and air samples except for radioactive shipping surveys and other surveys where they are the Responsible Individual.

14) Writes procedures after receiving appropriate training.

15) Performs W.O. screening in accordance with station procedures.

16) Provides radiological input to the work plan being developed by the Maintenance Planner. Inserts any necessary RP hold points into the work plan.

17) Assists RP ALARA Specialist in preparation and conduct of formal ALARA pre-job reviews.

18) Assists in locating information pertaining to radiological conditions at the work location so RWP’s can be written and ready for work.

19) Performs the duties of FIN RP Tech, ALARA RP Tech, Planner RP Tech, Shift Lead Tech, Outage Control Point Tech and Area RP Tech when assigned.

20) Performs heat stress monitoring for Radiation Protection related activities. Can assist other work groups as time permits.

21) Performs such other related duties as assigned or as necessary.

22) Performs all duties of a Junior Radiation Protection Technician.

23) Performs duties as directed and/or qualified for.

24) Assists in Radiation Protection training programs and conducts training of which they are qualified for, including on-the-job training.

25) Specifies Radiation Protection requirements for Radiation Work Permits (RWP) and prepares same based on survey results.

26) Recommends appropriate radiological safety precautions and procedures to follow during actual or proposed activities and records these recommendations as necessary.

27) Evaluates work activities and practices to ensure implementation of Radiation Protection Program.

28) Prepares, for approval, stores and purchase orders in order to maintain adequate supplies and equipment.

MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

1) Meets the requirements of ANSI 3.1 with 3 years’ experience in performing the duties of a Radiation Protection Technician or a recognized equivalent position within a nuclear facility.

2) Successful completion of Radiation Protection Senior Technician selection examination.

Note: You will have an opportunity to add attachments to your application. Please use this opportunity to upload your resume, cover letter, and any relevant documents .

Talen owns and operates approximately 10.7 GW of power infrastructure in the United States. We produce and sell electricity, capacity, and ancillary services into wholesale power markets in the United States primarily in PJM and WECC, with our generation fleet principally located in the Mid-Atlantic and Montana.

We focus on excellence through safe and efficient operations. We have an inclusive, diverse, respectful, and collaborative workplace, and a strong commitment to innovation, teamwork, and integrity. Talen is headquartered in Houston, Texas.

Talen Energy is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to diversity and the strength it brings to the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, disability, perceived disability, or any other protected characteristic as may be defined by applicable law.

For more information visit www.talenenergy.com .

If you need assistance with the application process, please email us at TalenEnergyRecruitment@talenenergy.com

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