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Radiation Physicist

Location: Dorset, England Salary: Negotiable
Sector: Client Delivery, Engineering, Defence Specialism:
Type: Permanent Contact: Zak Mendoza

Radiation Physicist

Dorset

Radiation Physicist needed for a globally recognised Defence organisation based in Dorset who are looking to employ an experienced and well-rounded Radiation Physicist that takes pride in their work with demonstrable knowledge and experience (through higher-level degree, or equivalent experience) in radiation science/health physics or similar discipline, wide ranging knowledge of radiation detection systems and related physics and a good level of analytic and diagnostic skills.

Benefits

The Dorset office has free parking, onsite restaurant and local transport links. In addition, you will receive:

  • 25 days holiday + bank holidays
  • 4x your annual salary in life assurance
  • Flexible benefits package (car scheme, retail vouchers, gym discounts, employee share scheme, ability to buy or sell annual leave and more!)
  • Pension Scheme
  • Sports and Social club

What the role entails:

Some of the main duties of the Radiation Physicist will include:

  • Through direct or delegated/sub-contracted activities, ensure the business is, and remains, compliant with relevant legislation & licence conditions pertaining to the use, storage, security, handling, control & disposal of radioactive sources & substances.
  • Co-ordinate, maintain & lead RPS personnel to meet legislative and business needs.
  • Co-ordinate & maintain classified person personnel to meet legislative and business needs.
  • Provide authoritative advice to Business Unit Management and the Health and Safety Manager / Environment Manager on all radiation safety and legal compliance matters associated with radioactive substances and radiation safety within the company.
  • Provide guidance to technical, project, commercial, and sales teams regarding the use, storage, security, handling, control and disposal of radioactive sources and substances where applicable.
  • Support audits & inspections by third party bodies regarding compliance with relevant legislation & licence conditions pertaining to the use, storage, security, handling, control & disposal of radioactive sources & substances.
  • Estimate, manage and control annual business unit expenditure on radiological safety and security matters within agreed budgets where applicable.
  • Provide reports to, and/or attend where required, the Health & Safety committee on radiological safety and security matters

What experience you need to be the successful Radiation Physicist:

  • Demonstrable knowledge and experience (through higher-level degree, or equivalent experience) in radiation science/health physics or similar discipline.
  • Wide ranging knowledge of radiation detection systems and related physics.
  • Good level of analytic and diagnostic skills.
  • Basic skills in significant engineering tools.
  • Good presentation, interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Experience with radiological legislation essential
  • Experience with nuclear safeguards legislation advantageous

This really is a fantastic opportunity for a Radiation Physicist to progress their career. If you are interested please apply as soon as possible as this position will be filled quickly so don't miss out!

*Please note that eligibility for UK security clearance up to SC level is required for the Radiation Physicist position*

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