CLOSED - SA EPA - Radiation Protection Officer x 2

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

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

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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.

PO1/PO2- Dependent on candidate skills and experience

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

Ongoing- 2 positions available

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