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  • 5 Sep 2022 3:00 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Applications close: 11:59pm, Sunday 18 September 2022.

    Full Details found here

    Position Overview

    • Ongoing | Full Time | $87k - $116k +15.4% super
    • Exciting opportunity for an experienced Trainer!

    About the Opportunity

    ANSTO’s Radiation Services is seeking a training professional to provide radiation protection training to a wide range of users of ionising radioactive materials and radiation apparatus . This will involve the facilitation of already established training courses and the development and facilitation of new courses based on client requests and emerging needs within industry.

    About You

    As the successful candidate, you will possess relevant experience and/or qualifications in science, radiation safety or associated radiation work, or teaching qualifications, and experience in health physics or related discipline.

     

    You will have strong communication and presentation skills and experience. You will be highly organised, with strong project management skills and have a drive for continuous improvement and continued learning. Certificate IV in Training and Assessment would be highly regarded as would experience working in a commercial setting.

     

    This position reports to the Manager, ANSTO Radiation Services.

    Your Duties and Responsibilities

    • Implement existing objectives, plans, targets and activities to achieve ANSTO's operational strategy
    • Manage and coordinate all aspects of commercial training events including: delivery, coordination of resources and sourcing providers and suppliers to ensure successful delivery
    • Manage the compliance of radiation safety training against the requirements of training regulators, radiation regulators and industry
  • 5 Sep 2022 2:59 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Applications close:  11:59pm Tuesday 13 September 2022 

    Full Details found here

    Position Overview

    • Southern Suburbs & Sutherland Shire
    • $65k - $84k + 15.4% Super + Salary Sacrificing
    • Ongoing  Full Time | Work-life balance |  Health & Wellbeing Programs

    About the Opportunity

    We operate much of our country’s landmark science facilities including one of the world’s most modern nuclear research reactors (OPAL). Importantly, ANSTO is helping to improve our health with one in two Australians benefitting from the nuclear medicines produced using the OPAL research reactor while being treated for serious illnesses such as heart disease and cancer.

    The Waste Processing Technician provides safe and efficient collection, storage, decontamination and disposal services for all radioactive and hazardous waste generated and/or stored within the ANSTOs Lucas Heights and Camperdown sites.

    Your Duties and Responsibilities

    • Accountable for Business as Usual activities along with unplanned events within remote handled waste processing and handling, contact handled solid wastes, contact handled liquid wastes, waste characterisation, decontamination, laundry services and support to ANSTO’s projects
    • Ensure effective and compliant service for the collection, transportation, storage, processing, decontamination, characterisation of radioactive waste material in accordance with licence conditions, plans and arrangements and ANSTO’s Safety Management System - this includes use of hot-cells and manipulators, use of SCADA systems, driving trucks, using pumping systems for site effluent and liquid waste treatment systems as well as corrosive chemicals and machinery to decontaminate items
    • Establish and maintain productive relationships and provide advice to internal customers, in accordance with set guidelines, standards and service level agreements.  Present a professional approach and ensure customers are informed of changes to activities or decisions that may affect the quality of service provided
    • Proactively undertake inspections of waste, waste processing equipment and where necessary organise repairs and maintenance of facilities and equipment
    • Provide written and verbal advice and feedback to management on equipment performance and waste processes to drive improvements to plant availability, safety and efficiency

     

    Skills and Experience

    • High School or equivalent Qualification in a Science/engineering, or trade skills
    • Demonstrated experience and/or knowledge of operating plant and equipment in a highly regulated environment, hazardous industries
    • Sound computer skills with ability to operate SAP and MS Office products to enable completion of activities
    • Ability to apply instructions, procedures and policies in accordance with safety and regulatory requirements
    • Willingness to develop skills using trade knowledge, practical skills and experience to safely operate equipment including, transport flasks, manipulators, cranes and powered hand tools.


  • 24 Aug 2022 10:42 AM | Phil (Administrator)

    Full details found here.

    About us

    Cyclowest is Western Australia’s only commercial radiopharmaceutical manufacturing facility. 

    This position is part of a highly professional, interdependent team who produce radioisotopes and radio-pharmaceuticals used in clinical imaging, treatment and research applications. The position can be part time or full time, depending on candidate and experience. Facility operational hrs are 3:00am - 5:00pm.

     

    Qualifications & experience

    • Tertiary qualifications in physics.
    • Demonstrated working knowledge of radioactive materials handling, radiation safety standards and radiation protection principles with a background in management of radioactive substances, radiopharmaceuticals or a nuclear medicine environment.
    • Relevant experience as a Radiation Safety Officer
    • Ability to conduct work with professional independence and ability to communicate effectively and diplomatically with staff, management, suppliers and regulatory agencies.
    • Demonstrated practical experience with use of engineering and measurement instruments, hand tools, and information and computing technology systems.
    • Excellent communication, written and verbal skills.
    • Demonstrated experience to:
      • measure and assess personnel and environment radiation dose levels;
      • conduct environmental sampling and analyses, instrument calibration and radioactive waste management;
      • plan and organise with a high attention to detail and think critically about process improvements;
      • perform duties efficiently under time constraints.

     

    Tasks & responsibilities

    • Prepare documentation for regulatory agencies to enable facility registration and licensing to manufacture radioactive substances and use irradiating apparatus.
    • Administer a personnel radiation dosimetry service; Ensure calibration of radiation, environment monitoring and other test instrumentation to national standards.
    • Develop, maintain, interpret, and implement plans, policies, and procedures for day-to-day operations of the facility.
    • Develop and maintain an ongoing liaison with regulators, key industry bodies and equipment suppliers to advance knowledge of processes and equipment to ensure best radiation safety practice.
    • Assist the cyclotron engineer with maintenance and troubleshooting of facility equipment and monitoring instrumentation. Also assist with information and computing technology facility systems.
    • Participate in routine radiopharmaceutical production and quality control activities to meet Good Manufacturing Practice requirements.

     

    Benefits

    • The salary range for this position is negotiable, based on experience and qualifications.
    • The position can be either part-time (3 days per week) up to full-time depending on the candidate.

     

    CONTACT DETAILS:
    For further position information or to discuss the role please contact:

    Thomas Tuchyna, General Manager Cyclowest: mob 0406 092 796 or t.tuchyna@cyclowest.com.au


  • 12 Aug 2022 9:59 AM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Applications close: 25/08/2022 11:00 PM 

    Full Details found here

    About the Role
    The Team Leader Mining and Environment leads a diverse and passionate team of regulatory and technical specialists. Working across South Australia’s industrial radiation, mining and processing of radioactive and non-radioactive ores, extractive and energy resources industries, you will ensure effective control of environmental and radiation risks in ecologically sustainable operations.

    You will work with impacted communities, with industry and with other government agencies to achieve positive outcomes. You will ensure that harms from poor air quality, water pollution, noise and radiation are effectively managed by companies. You will provide leadership and mentorship across the team, and work within a co-regulatory environment to deliver EPA objectives.

    You will be supported by scientific, technical and policy experts, and build your skills in regulation, engagement, environmental sustainability, radiation safety and leadership.

    About the EPA
    The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is South Australia’s independent environment protection regulator. The organisation works to protect, restore and improve the environment through the risk-based regulation of pollution, waste, noise and radiation. EPA works closely with industry, the community and government to protect the unique natural environment while supporting economic growth and improving wellbeing.

    The EPA is a highly flexible workplace and encourages an array of flexible working arrangements to ensure a quality work-life balance for staff. 

    Essential Qualifications
    A degree in science, engineering, medical radiation, or other relevant field.

    Remuneration
    PO4 ($107,448 - $116,936)

    Contract
    Ongoing

    Enquiries
    Daniel Bellifemine
    Manager Mining and Radiation
    Phone Enquiries: 8204 2146
    Email Enquiries: Daniel.Bellifemine@sa.gov.au

  • 12 Aug 2022 9:58 AM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Applications close: 25/08/2022 11:00 PM 

    Full Details found here

    About the Role
    The Team Leader Radiation Health leads the EPA’s radiation health operations and radiation health policy development. Working with South Australia’s medical, scientific and emerging radiation sectors, you will engage with health care providers, universities and State and Commonwealth governments, enabling access to the benefits of safe radiation use, while ensuring that risk of harm is controlled, and inappropriate uses of radiation prevented.

    You will develop and implement policy and regulatory approaches to leading edge medical technologies such as carbon nanotube X-ray and proton therapy, and emerging radiation and nuclear innovations and projects, engaging with national and international authorities to deliver world leading regulatory practices.

    You will provide leadership and mentoring across the team, and work across the EPA to deliver positive outcomes for the community and the environment. You will be supported by scientific, technical and policy experts, and build your skills in radiation and nuclear safety and science, regulation, engagement, environmental sustainability, and leadership. 

    About the EPA
    The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is South Australia’s independent environment protection regulator. The organisation works to protect, restore and improve the environment through the risk-based regulation of pollution, waste, noise and radiation. EPA works closely with industry, the community and government to protect the unique natural environment while supporting economic growth and improving wellbeing.

    The EPA is a highly flexible workplace and encourages an array of flexible working arrangements to ensure a quality work-life balance for staff. 

    Essential Qualifications
    A degree in science, engineering, medical radiation, or other relevant field.

    Remuneration
    PO4 ($107,448 - $116,936)

    Contract
    Ongoing

    Enquiries
    Daniel Bellifemine
    Manager Mining and Radiation
    Phone Enquiries: 8204 2146
    Email Enquiries: Daniel.Bellifemine@sa.gov.au


  • 12 Aug 2022 9:56 AM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Applications close: 26/08/2022 11:00 PM 

    Full Details found here

    About the Role

    The Scientific Officer works with industry across government and with the community to ensure compliance with the Environment Protection Act 1993 and Radiation Protection and Control Act 1982. The role works with mining and mineral processing operations, extractive industries, naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM), legacy sites, the transport of radioactive material and industrial sectors. The role takes a risk-based regulatory approach to enable protection of the environment and the safe uses of radiation. They support and participate in radiation and environmental science and regulatory initiatives across the branch and EPA. 

    About the EPA
    The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is South Australia’s independent environment protection regulator. The organisation works to protect, restore and improve the environment through the risk-based regulation of pollution, waste, noise and radiation. EPA works closely with industry, the community and government to protect the unique natural environment while supporting economic growth and improving wellbeing.

    The EPA is a highly flexible workplace and encourages an array of flexible working arrangements to ensure a quality work-life balance for staff. 

    Essential Qualifications
    A degree in science, engineering, medical radiation, or other relevant field.

    Remuneration
    PO1/PO2. 

    PO1 ($66,469 - $81,142)
    PO2 ($85,665 - $94,801)

    The role will be offered at either the PO1 or PO2 remuneration level depending on the candidates level of skill and experience. 

    Contract
    Ongoing

    Enquiries
    Daniel Bellifemine
    Manager Mining and Radiation
    Phone Enquiries: 8204 2146
    Email Enquiries: Daniel.Bellifemine@sa.gov.au

  • 12 Aug 2022 9:52 AM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Applications close: 25/08/2022 11:00 PM 

    Full Details found here

    About the Role
    The Radiation Protection Officer works in a diverse and passionate team of regulatory and scientific specialists. Working with South Australia’s medical and science radiation sectors, you will engage with health care providers and experience leading edge medical apparatus such as carbon nanotube X-ray and proton therapy. Your focus will be enabling the public to access health benefits, while ensuring that radiation risks are effectively managed. In this role, you will be required to assess, regulate and advise on new and innovative uses of radiation, and build and maintain relationships with the regulated community. You will bring your skills to the radiation team, and work with experts across the EPA, delivering wellbeing and environmental outcomes for South Australians and for our environment. You will be supported by scientific, technical and policy experts, and build your skills in radiation and nuclear safety, regulation, radiation science, community engagement and environmental sustainability. 

    About the EPA
    The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is South Australia’s independent environment protection regulator. The organisation works to protect, restore and improve the environment through the risk-based regulation of pollution, waste, noise and radiation. EPA works closely with industry, the community and government to protect the unique natural environment while supporting economic growth and improving wellbeing.

    The EPA is a highly flexible workplace and encourages an array of flexible working arrangements to ensure a quality work-life balance for staff. 

    Essential Qualifications
    A degree in science, engineering, medical radiation, or other relevant field.

    Remuneration
    PO1/PO2- Dependent on candidate skills and experience

    PO1 ($66,469 - $81,142)
    PO2 ($85,665 - $94,801)

    Contract
    Ongoing- 2 positions available

    Enquiries
    Daniel Bellifemine
    Manager Mining and Radiation
    Phone Enquiries: 8204 2146
    Email Enquiries: Daniel.Bellifemine@sa.gov.au

  • 12 Aug 2022 9:47 AM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date: Monday 5th September 2022

    • Join an innovative environmental services business that cares about its people and the planet.
    • Work alongside talented scientists, engineers and experienced industry practitioners who are making an impact in permanent waste management.
    • The role will be based in our Perth office with a requirement to attend our operational site on a routine schedule (50%) to fulfill the duties as Radiation Safety Officer.

    Did you know that Australia creates more hazardous waste per capita than any country in the world?

    That is a big problem for all of us.
    At Tellus Holdings Ltd, you can become part of a team that offers the solution for us now, for our future generations and our planet.
    Tellus is an environmental services company that is helping clean up Australia by offering geological repositories that provide waste storage, recyclable product recovery and permanent isolation for hazardous materials.
    Tellus operates Australia’s first commercial geological repository in Western Australia and has exciting national expansion plans underway.
    To support our operations, we are expanding our Radiological team and looking for a highly motivational, passionate, and authentic leader who believes in our mission and wants to make Australia a cleaner and safer place to live.
    As part of the Radiological Services team, the role will be accountable for:
    • Managing our Radiation Management and Source Security Plans;
    • Managing all required radiological health, safety and environmental monitoring processes.
    • Maintaining all regulatory approvals related to radioactive materials in our operational areas.
    • Overseeing all radiological safety and emergency awareness training requirements, including training delivery.
    • Assisting with the development of required waste characterisation and verification methodologies, equipment and facilities for waste treatment, handling and disposal of radioactive waste.
    • Being the radiological subject matter expert to provide required support and advice for our operational teams with respect to radiological waste acceptance and logistics processes
    To be considered for the role, you must have:
    • Successfully completed a tertiary qualification in science, engineering, health physics or equivalent.
    • Demonstrated previous experience in radiation safety or similar position. Previous experience managing radioactive waste storage, transport and disposal, including regulatory approvals is highly desirable.
    • Detailed knowledge of Federal and State radiation safety legislation, codes of practice, standards and guidelines, including the management of naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM), disused sealed radioactive sources (DSRS), and the management of packaging, transport and/or storage of radioactive materials.
    • Detailed knowledge of international best practices regarding the management of radioactive materials (i.e. the IAEA Safety Standards Series).
    • Demonstrated ability and willingness to build and maintain effective and sustainable relationships with government regulators, collaborators, contractors and any other external stakeholders.
    • Demonstrated ability to be solutions-focused with a proactive can-do attitude, who can work across all levels of the business with a consultative, respectful and team-based approach.
    • Ability to be certified as the operations’ primary Radiation Safety Officer as per the Radiation Safety Act 1975 and Ventilation Officer as per the Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulations 2022.

    At Tellus, you will find:

    • An entrepreneurial culture, where you are surrounded by experienced and driven scientific and operational teams from many different industries and experiences, who have joined Tellus because they know Australia needs them.
    • A company that values the health and safety of its employees and the communities we work in and the passion and dedication that you bring to the table in achieving our collective mission.
    • A team of people that strongly believes that you can be “green” and work in waste, cares deeply about cleaning up the environment, cares for each other and is determined to together enjoy the journey we are on.
    • A great opportunity to grow with us, including having equity in the business.
    • Leaders who understand that flexibility and life balance is important – that having a job should never compromise spending time with family, friends and personal health and wellbeing.
    • You will have the platform to showcase your experience and knowledge, including your understanding of radiological risk, mitigations, and opportunities at all levels of our business.
    • You will be trusted, relied upon (you do what you say you will do) and have credibility in what you can offer.
    • You can demonstrate your relationship building skills to grow genuine long-lasting connections, where people want to grab a coffee, a kombucha or a beer with you.
    • You can be the entrepreneur you were born to be. No-one in Australia has done what we’re doing, so you will have permission to be creative, think outside the box and offer new thoughts and ideas.
    • We all care about climate change… and want to do something about it.

    Interested?

    Are we who you have been looking for?
    We would love to hear from you and learn more about you and what you could bring to Tellus.
    Employment is subject to a few satisfactory outcomes, including Right to Work in Australia, a National Criminal Record Check, and a pre-employment medical assessment.
    Any further enquiries about the role or to simply apply, please contact us via hr@tellusholdings.com
    We will be holding first discussions as soon as you apply, with final applications to be submitted by Monday 5th September 2022.
    Tellus Holdings Ltd is an equal opportunity employer. Indigenous Australians are particularly encouraged to apply.
    Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.

  • 3 Jun 2022 12:58 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    The Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist (ERISS) is currently advertising for a “Research Scientist - Environmental Radioactivity” to undertake research and monitoring related to uranium mining operations and site rehabilitation in the Alligator Rivers Region of the Northern Territory, Australia.

     

    The link can be found here.

  • 26 May 2022 10:07 AM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date: 8 June 2022

    Full time |$70,958 - $104,295 + Super & Benefits |Up to 12.75% employer superannuation contribution | Annual leave loading 17.5%

    As a Radiochemist you will conduct high level scientific and professional state-wide radioanalytical services for clients and health physics programs.

    What we are looking for:

    • Knowledge, expertise and skill in analytical chemistry, in particular radiochemistry relevant to working in a multidisciplinary radiation and nuclear science service delivery team.
    • A conscientious and positive team member with the versatility to organise their duties to efficiently progress work on a range of concurrent work programs.
    • Ability to work cooperatively and effectively within a multidisciplinary team in a flexible working environment. This includes developing and adhering to procedural systems for task management and providing regular communication with colleagues to ensure efficient service delivery. Contributions to a positive workplace culture are essential.
    • Support colleagues to enable the work unit to efficiently fulfill operational plan objectives. This includes conducting priority tasks normally performed by others whilst colleagues are on leave or otherwise committed.
    • Participate in the planning, initiation and evaluation of service improvement initiatives.
    • Ability to plan and prioritise own tasks for the delivery of analytical results in a timely manner.

    Link to the advert: here.

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