**Health Physics Technician I**
**Date:** Dec 16, 2022
**Location(s):** Seabrook, NH, US, 03874
**Company:** NextEra Energy
**Requisition ID:** 68825
is one of the largest producers of emission-free nuclear energy in the United States. Nuclear energy has long been a source of clean power and is a fundamental part of NextEra Energy Resources’ plan for a zero-emissions energy future. Our Nuclear Fleet is leading the industry as we leverage technology to build the next generation of leaders. Are you interested in becoming a trailblazer in the energy industry? Join our world-class team today.
**Position Specific Description**
At NextEra Energy we have a passion for taking your career to the next level. Our talented employees are our biggest asset to continued success. If you are interested in joining a leading team for an industry leading Nuclear fleet, look no further. This role will be located at our Seabrook station site in NH.
Seabrook Station is located on 900 acres on the seacoast of southern New Hampshire. The plant is operated in a highly-responsible manner and is dedicated to protecting the environment while meeting the energy needs of New Hampshire. Seabrook Station is one of only a few nuclear power plants in this country that is ISO 14001 compliant, recognizing the plant’s leadership and excellence in environmental stewardship.
Below is a description of the duties you can expect in this role. In addition to the description listed below, the ideal candidate will have an understanding of energy market economics and be process improvement oriented. Start your future now, apply today!
Performs all aspects of the Radiation Protection Program to ensure detection, assessment and control of radiation and radioactive materials in the Station including its systems, structures and work areas. Assists in maintaining personnel exposure as low as reasonably achievable. Performs common and specific duties and responsibilities associated with the assigned departmental organizational section (i.e., Operations, Instrumentation, ALARA, Dosimetry, REMP and Respiratory Protection) of the Health Physics Department.
**Job Duties & Responsibilities**
+ Participates in and successfully completes Station and Health Physics Department training and qualification programs
+ Performs assigned duties in accordance with approved procedures, accepted radiation protection practices, regulatory policies, Quality Assurance program requirements, safety rules and regulations
+ Recommends changes to existing Health Physics procedures, methods and practices to improve Station performance and to reduce personnel exposure
+ Performs detailed and/or special testing and evaluations using complex components, systems and laboratory equipment
+ Assumes “Designated-in-Charge” responsibilities when assigned. Provides functional direction and guidance to other Health Physics Technicians as assigned
+ Prepares and maintains Health Physics logs, records and other documents for the purposes of substantiating regulatory and procedural compliance
+ Maintains designated emergency equipment and assures their availability by periodic inspections and inventories
+ Provides various support for Radwaste functions including shipping and receipt of radioactive material
+ Identifies and reports noted deficiencies to appropriate personnel
+ Terminates any department activity which is not being carried out in accordance with applicable procedures, specifications, regulations, requirements or accepted practices
+ Terminates any activity which jeopardizes personnel safety, equipment safety, or continued power generation
+ Performs minor station decontamination to control radioactive material
+ Maintains and calibrates whole body count equipment
+ Operates whole body counters
+ Prepares and processes personnel, environmental, site area and emergency plan TLDs
+ Assists in the implementation of the in-vitro bioassay program
+ Performs respirator (face piece) fit testing of personnel
+ Performs maintenance, testing and calibration of health physics instrumentation
+ Inspects, tests, certifies, issues and maintains respiratory protection equipment such as self-contained breathing apparatus and air purifying respirators for normal and emergency use
+ Performs radioactive source leak testing and inventories
+ Maintains Health Physics Counting Room equipment and ensures that it is calibrated and operable at all times
+ Establishes and verifies acceptability of breathing air equipment for use with airline respiratory protection equipment in emergency, routine and maintenance activities
+ Performs surveys and sampling for the purposes of detection and control of radiation and radioactive material in plant systems, components and structures.
+ Provides radiation protection surveillance and control of all Station operations and maintenance activities to ensure that they are in accordance with procedural requirements and ALARA concepts
+ Issues industrial respiratory protection equipment in accordance with established safety procedures
+ Determines radiological respiratory protection requirements and issues the appropriate equipment
+ Controls and issues portable monitoring devices, and assists in the control and issue of personnel monitoring devices
+ Monitors movement and handling of all radioactive materials at the Station
+ Prepares, authorizes and controls Radiation Work Permits
+ Performs the duties of the shift Health Physics Technician
+ Operates computerized plant systems designated for Health Physics personnel (e.g., Radiation Data Management System, etc.)
+ Implements administrative controls to assure Station and regulatory requirement compliance
+ Participates in the resolution of dosimetry abnormalities
+ Performs all other duties as assigned
+ High school diploma or equivalent required.
+ Three to four years of experience in Health Physics at Seabrook Station or at a nuclear facility. (Reference ANSI/ANS 3.1-1993)
+ Successful completion of the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) Technician Occupations Selection System (TECH) aptitude test required.
+ Associate’s degree in a related field or equivalent education and/or experience preferred.
**Employee Group:** Bargaining Unit
**Employee Type:** Full Time
**Job Category:** Craft Skilled/ Journey Level
**Organization:** NextEra Energy Seabrook, LLC
**Relocation Provided:** No
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