Radiation Safety Officer (RSO)
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NDT.org Job Number: 63092 * Please reference NDT.org Job Number on all correspondence
Contact: Suzanne Alexander
Phone: 770-423-1400
Company: Applied Technical Services
State: TX Texas
Contact: Suzanne Alexander
Country: United States
Length: Full Time
Pay: Competitive
Applied Technical Services Inc. (ATS) is a world-class, technologically advanced consulting and engineering firm with extensive testing and inspection capabilities. With headquarters in Marietta, GA and over 20 branch offices and over 750 employees scattered throughout the US, ATS has established an excellent reputation within the commercial, industrial and legal communities for taking a closer look with our metallurgy, materials testing, chemical analysis, non-destructive testing, forensic and consulting engineering, fire and explosion investigations and calibration services.
Our vision is to become the industry leader in providing expert consulting engineering, testing, and inspection services.

The Radiation Safety Officer will be responsible overseeing and maintain the safety program

Duties and Responsibilities:

Interact with State and Federal agencies and local law enforcement agencies regarding Radiation Safety.
Establish and oversee all operating, emergency and ALARA procedures as required by 10 CFR part 20.
Regularly review procedures to ensure conformance to current CFRs, NRC regulations and license conditions.
Develop and conduct Radiation Safety training for radiographic personnel.
Ensure that operations are conducted safely and institute corrective actions when necessary.
Responsible for all associated paper work, supervision of Radiographers and Assistant Radiographers, conducting radiation safety meetings, annual and quarterly audits of all field locations, conducting semiannual field inspections of radiation safety personnel.
Ensure that radiation safety activities are conducted in accordance with approved procedures and regulatory requirements

- Working knowledge in all aspects of industrial radiography and radiation safety.
- Thorough understanding of pertinent state and federal regulations as they pertain to use of radiation producing equipment.
- Competent in the use of Microsoft Office programs.
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Ability to work independently and in a group setting.

High School Diploma or Associates Degree

Minimum Qualifications to be considered
Minimum of 2,000 hours of hands-on experience in industrial radiography.
Training in the maintenance of a radiation safety program.
Current Radiographer certification