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  • 16 Oct 2023 3:41 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  11:59pm Sunday 22nd October 2023

    Position Overview

    • Ongoing  | Full Time | $107k - $120k +15.4% super  |  Salary Sacrificing available
    • Sutherland Shire location I Health & Wellbeing Programs I Free onsite carpark
    • Great opportunity to work in a newly created safety investigation role
    • On-site child care facility  

    About the Opportunity

     The Specialist Incident Investigations & Monitoring role provides an excellent opportunity for someone with experience in Work Health and Safety (or similar) and in particular workplace safety incident/accident investigations. They will be part of a newly established team and work collaboratively across the organisation with relevant stakeholders, to ensure ANSTO incidents are investigated to identify causes and actions to prevent re occurrences.

    About You

     "The ideal candidate will have a safety, or similar background, with extensive workplace safety investigation experience. They will have a proven ability to work collaboratively with a diverse range of stakeholders to achieve agreed goals and identify improvements for safety.” 

    Maria Prior, Operational Sustainability Manager.

    Your Duties and Responsibilities

    • Manage & conduct the triage of workplace incidents, focusing on safety  incidents 
    • Using safety based investigative tools to conduct holistic incident investigations for safety incidents supporting the delivery of a just culture and the identification of causes including the root cause.
    • Coordinate subject matter experts across the organisation to assist in the investigations, managing the investigations holistically. Provide expert advice & support for incident investigations.
    • Verify the appropriateness of findings and actions identified from incident investigations.
    • Maintain oversight of the closure of incident investigations and monitor the effectiveness of the completed actions and findings from incidents. Assist in the management of the Incident Management tool.
    • Using your safety knowledge you will also be required to develop relationships as a basis for influencing, mentoring and providing integrated technical and strategic advice on  WHS goals and objectives. Provide insight and report on incident trends to the WHS teams for information and knowledge to improve operational activities.

    Please click here to view the Position Description or click Apply to view.


    How to Apply

    For further technical information relating to this position please refer to the Position Description or contact Maria Prior on 0438 231 635. .  For all other queries please contact Talent Acquisition on +61 (02) 9717 9361

    To be eligible for appointment, applicants will require a security and pre-employment medical assessment.

    All applicants must be Australian citizens.

  • 3 Oct 2023 2:25 PM | Secretariat (Administrator)

    Date:  27 Sep 2023

    Job Posting End Date: 15 October 2023

    Job Country:  Australia

    Job State/Province:  South Australia

    Job Location/Region:  Roxby Downs

    About BHP 

    At BHP we support our people to grow, learn, develop their skills and reach their potential. With a global portfolio of operations, we offer a diverse and inclusive environment with extraordinary career opportunities. Our strategy is to focus on creating a safe work environment where our employees feel strongly connected to our values and objectives, and where the capability of our people is key to our success.

    Come and be a part of this success.

    Olympic Dam is one of the world's most significant deposits of copper, gold, and uranium. Located 560 kilometres north of Adelaide, South Australia, Olympic Dam is a part of our Minerals Australia operation. It's made up of underground and surface operations and operates a fully integrated processing facility from ore to metal. 

    About the Role

    An exciting opportunity exists to join the Olympic Dam Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Team in the role of Specialist Radiation and Occupational Hygiene (ROH), reporting to the Superintendent -Radiation and Occupational Hygiene.

    You will be an integral member in a team of dedicated ROH professionals enabling the health, safety and wellbeing of our workforce. You will play an instrumental role in implementing OD’s radiation and occupational hygiene management plans, supporting exposure reduction initiatives and our customers utilising BHP’s operating system (BOS).

    Your accountabilities will include: 

    • Anticipate, identify, assess, recommend and verify controls for the following:
    • Radiation hazards including long lived radioactive dust (LLRD), gamma irradiation, and radon decay products (RDP), radiation emitting equipment, and processes such as radiation contamination clearance, waste management and transport requirements.
    • Occupational hygiene hazards including dust, diesel particulates, organic vapours, noise, gases, thermal stress, asbestos, vibration and biological agents.
    • Act as the Assistant Radiation Safety Officer (RSO)
    • Oversee the radiation and occupational hygiene monitoring program as per the ROH management plans including real-time monitoring equipment.
    • Provide specialist/ functional expertise to leadership on ROH related programs/ initiatives/ controls to mitigate risks and enable compliance with HSE and statutory requirements.
    • Lead the management of hygiene and radiation improvement projects, update project schedules/status reports and deliver project outcomes.
    • Lead the management of unexpected ROH events including hazard assessments and recommendation of immediate corrective actions to prevent exposure.
    • Lead the management of OD ROH audits (internal and external).
    • Manage Cority database to ensure quality of monitoring data, accurate reporting of results to stakeholders and management ROH equipment.
    • Perform training for internal and external personnel on ROH processes as required.
    • Complete assigned 1SAP work management activities.
    • Comply to and consistently follow the standards and procedures designed to enable you to work safely and effectively.

    About You

    This role will suit an experienced, self-motivated radiation and occupational hygiene professional who is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of our people to support a thriving workforce. You will also be motivated by a fast-paced environment and the opportunity to problem solve and drive positive change.
    As a successful candidate you will possess the following:
     

    • Tertiary qualification in Radiation/Nuclear Science, Occupational Hygiene, Toxicology, Health Science, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering or similar.
    • High level of technical and practical skills in radiation and/or occupational hygiene.
    • Ability to engage, coach and influence multiple stakeholders at varying levels of the organisation on health-related initiatives or matters.
    • Ability to work autonomously while also thriving in a collaborative team environment and take personal accountability for actions and performance.
    • Strong planning, organisational and time management skills.
    • Previous exposure to mining and minerals processing industries is preferable.
    • Current Drivers licence (manual is preferable)

    While not mandatory, but will be desirable if you also possess the following: 

    • Licenced radiation safety officer.
    • Full AIOH Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH) membership.
    • Previous experience with Cority (or Medgate) database.

    Location and Roster

    A role at Olympic Dam allows you to balance your work and family commitments, with the flexibility to change these as your life evolves. To find out more about working with Olympic Dam and to meet some of our team, Click here

    There is option for Fly-in, Fly-out or Residential base in Roxby Downs and you will be working on 7 days, 7 days off. 

    Roxby Downs is located about 560 kilometers north of Adelaide and about 1 hr flight from Olympic Dam Airport. Estimate population of 4,500 this town offer a community lifestyle with all the necessities you wish such as school, pool, art gallery, cinema, community library, community center, sports club etc. To find out more about living in Roxby Downs click here, while detail about lifestyle in Roxby Down clicks here.

    While Adelaide offers a Mediterranean climate, beachside lifestyle, cosmopolitan cafés and restaurants, and world-class wine regions just an hour away.  All this plus an annual international festivals and events calendar make Adelaide a vibrant, cultured, friendly environment to live, work and play in.

    What is on offer? 

    • Permanent employment with BHP with all the benefits of full-time work.
    • Competitive remuneration.
    • Annual performance incentive and salary review.
    • Generous share match scheme.
    • Various leave options.
    • Ongoing support for you and your family through our Employee Assistance Program.

    Reference Number – 72013 

    • You may be requested to complete a video assessment as part of the initial recruitment process. Video assessment is not applicable for BHP Internal applicants.
    • Application close on Sunday, 15 Oct 2023.

    About Our Process 

    At BHP, we are committed to employing individuals who align with the BHP Charter Values and meet the requirements of the role. As part of the recruitment process, there are a number of checks which may be conducted to demonstrate applicants suitability for a role including police / criminal background checks, medical, drug and alcohol testing, due diligence checks, right to work checks, and/or reference checks. 

    If you are already employed directly by BHP, please log in using your BHP email address or apply via our internal jobs portal. 

    Supporting a Diverse Workforce   

    The size, stability and magnitude of our business not only provides significant opportunity for professional development, but also attractive salary packages with performance-based bonuses and a best-in-class employee share program. We know there are many aspects of our employees' lives that are important, and work is only one of these, so we offer benefits to enable your work to fit with your life. These benefits include flexible working options, a generous paid parental leave policy, other extended leave entitlements and parent rooms.  

    At BHP, we know that we are strengthened by diversity. We are an Equal Opportunity employer that is committed to making BHP a safe and inclusive workplace where everyone can thrive and be at their best every day. We are focused on creating a workforce that’s more diverse and represents the communities where we work and live. providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and recognise that true diversity includes gender, age, race, disability status, sexual orientation, religion, neurodiversity, education levels, and many more aspects of your identity.

    BHP is committed to providing a recruitment process that is fair, equitable and accessible for all. If you have a disability, we know that it may be helpful for us to adjust our process to make it equitable for your individual situation. If you would like to reach out to someone about your situation and our recruitment process, please email us at inclusion@bhp.com.

  • 1 Sep 2023 11:45 AM | Secretariat (Administrator)

    Position Overview

    • 2 x Position Available
    • Ongoing | Full Time | $124k - $139k +15.4% super, salary sacrifice available
    • Inclusive and Diverse Organisation with a campus style work environment and free onsite parking
    • Multiple positions with flexible work practices
    • Seeking qualified or experienced radiation protection professionals 

    About the Opportunity

    With the nuclear sector growing in the coming years, ANSTO is looking to expand our highly diverse and capable workforce for the exciting future ahead. We are seeking applications from qualified or experienced Radiation Protection professionals to provide radiation protection advice and services to a range of stakeholders for planned, existing and emergency exposure situations.

    About You

    "The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in radiation protection with proven experience in the application of radiation protection principles for Planned, Emergency and Existing exposures situations."  - Prashant Maharaj, Radiological Emergency Manager

    Your Duties and Responsibilities

    • Effective leadership of staff, budget and resources; and the development and implementation of strategies to improve work practices, systems and processes to ensure the delivery of high-quality services and outcomes.
    • Provide authoritative and expert advice to the NSSS Senior Leadership on the formulation of strategies and policies related to the Section's technical responsibilities and facilitating their implementation to support the achievement of international best practice.
    • Inspire change across diverse ANSTO divisions for complex radiation protection matters, including the development and application of radiation protection standards, policies and guides within ANSTO facilities in accordance with international best practice, whilst demonstrating expert knowledge of the relevant state, commonwealth and international standards and regulations.
    • Lead and mentor health physicists, radiation protection technologist, occupational hygienists and health physics surveyors in the provision of radiation protection services and advice to ANSTO staff and clients. Including the provision of guidance and instructions to health physics staff in the performance of their work to meet regulatory standards and practices.
    • Support ANSTO Emergency Arrangements as a Radiological Assessor providing authoritative Radiation Protection advice for incidents at an ANSTO site, or in support of a response as part of the Australian Government Crisis Management Framework.

     Please click here to view the Position Description.

    About Us

    ANSTO leverages great science to deliver big outcomes.  We partner with scientists and engineers and apply new technologies to provide real-world benefits.  Our work improves human health, saves lives, builds our industries and protects the environment.  ANSTO is the home of Australia's most significant landmark and national infrastructure for research.  Thousands of scientists from industry and academia benefit from gaining access to state-of-the-art instruments every year.
      

    Benefits of Working with Us

    ANSTO employees are passionate about what they do. We enjoy being part of an organisation making a difference in the lives of Australians. 

    We support and reward our employees through eligibility for:

    • Training, development and mentoring opportunities 
    • Performance based salary increases 
    • Work-life balance with generous leave entitlements and flexible conditions

    If you want to join a world class organisation that's making a difference in the lives of Australians, apply now!

    How to Apply

    For further technical information relating to this position please refer to the Position Description or contact Prashant Maharaj on (02) 9717 3882.  For all other queries please contact Talent Acquisition on (02) 9717 3359.

    To be eligible for appointment, applicants will require a security and pre-employment medical assessment.

    Application closing date:  8 September 2023 at 11.59pm

    All applicants must be Australian citizens.

    In order to solve great challenges, we need great minds and great teams. At ANSTO, we understand that diverse teams produce better outcomes and we value the merit that a diverse perspective can bring to our team. We encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply for our roles including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, primary carers, those with a disability, and women in STEM. ANSTO is a charter member of the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) initiative and is proudly taking action to create a gender-inclusive workforce. 


  • 1 Sep 2023 11:39 AM | Secretariat (Administrator)

    Ongoing Position Overview

    • Ongoing | Full Time | $89k - $120k +15.4% super, salary sacrifice available
    • Inclusive and Diverse Organisation with a campus style work environment and free onsite parking
    • Multiple positions with flexible work practices
    • Seeking applicants who are keen to apply their knowledge in a challenging real world application

    About the Opportunity

    With the nuclear sector growing in the coming years, we are looking to expand our highly diverse and capable workforce for the exciting future ahead. As Australia looks to ANSTO as the leading source of nuclear expertise, advice, and services, you will have a crucial role in providing benefit to Australians by providing advice and guidance in radiation protection and emergency management to our internal and external stakeholders. 

    About You

    "The ideal candidate will have knowledge and experience in operational health physics or radiation safety and proven ability to work in a flexible, agile work environment" - Prashant Maharaj, Radiological Emergency Manager

    Your Duties and Responsibilities

    • Effective leadership of one of the radiation protection services capability lines of development: Training, Equipment, Personnel, Doctrine and Concepts.
    • Effective leadership and supervision of staff, budget, and resources.
    • Apply radiological safety technical excellence to a variety of radiological control problems within the safety envelope of the Radiation Protection Expert 
    • Prepare technical basis documents, policies, and procedures in areas including (but not limited to): safe-work methods, decontamination procedures, and radiological emergency procedures.
    • Contribute towards technical capability related to Radiation Protection, Radiological Nuclear Emergency Preparedness and Response for ANSTO, The Commonwealth, State/Territory and internationally. 

    Please click here to view the Position Description.

    About Us

    ANSTO leverages great science to deliver big outcomes.  We partner with scientists and engineers and apply new technologies to provide real-world benefits.  Our work improves human health, saves lives, builds our industries and protects the environment.  ANSTO is the home of Australia's most significant landmark and national infrastructure for research.  Thousands of scientists from industry and academia benefit from gaining access to state-of-the-art instruments every year.
      
    Benefits of Working with Us

    ANSTO employees are passionate about what they do. We enjoy being part of an organisation making a difference in the lives of Australians. 


    We support and reward our employees through eligibility for:

    • Training, development and mentoring opportunities 
    • Performance based salary increases 
    • Work-life balance with generous leave entitlements and flexible conditions

    If you want to join a world class organisation that's making a difference in the lives of Australians, apply now!

    How to Apply

    For further technical information relating to this position please refer to the Position Description or contact Prashant Maharaj on (02) 9717 3882.  For all other queries please contact Talent Acquisition on (02) 9717 3359.

    To be eligible for appointment, applicants will require a security and pre-employment medical assessment.

    Application closing date:  8 September 2023 at 11.59pm

    All applicants must be Australian citizens.

    In order to solve great challenges, we need great minds and great teams. At ANSTO, we understand that diverse teams produce better outcomes and we value the merit that a diverse perspective can bring to our team. We encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply for our roles including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, primary carers, those with a disability, and women in STEM. ANSTO is a charter member of the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) initiative and is proudly taking action to create a gender-inclusive workforce. 


  • 24 Aug 2023 2:15 PM | Secretariat (Administrator)
    • Position number - 13640
    • Classification - Australian Public Service Level 6
    • Salary range - $89,288 - $102,130 + an additional 15.4% superannuation
    • Citizenship - Australian citizenship or permanent residency with a citizenship application well progressed
    • Duration - Ongoing
    • Location - Miranda Sydney NSW
    • Branch/office - Regulatory Services Branch

    Our organisation

    The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) is the Australian Government's primary authority on radiation protection and nuclear safety.  Our purpose is to protect the Australian people and the environment from the harmful effects of radiation, through understanding risks, best practice regulation, research, policy, services, partnerships and engaging with the community.

    Section overview

    The Safety Systems team supports the CEO of ARPANSA to protect people and the environment from the harmful effects of radiation. It does this by facilitating improved performance within the regulatory services branch and externally in licence holders and applicants. Safety Systems is a multi-disciplinary team with a range of responsibilities that assist in the smooth running, quality management, performance monitoring and continuous improvement of the RSB. It provides secretariat service for the National Nuclear Safety Committee.

    Safety Systems is responsible for developing ARPANSA’s holistic approach to safety, particularly regarding human and organisational factors. It is actively involved in the licence holder compliance programme. All technical staff are Inspectors who work collaboratively with regulatory officers from across the Regulatory Services Branch.

    Safety Systems is responsible for developing ARPANSA’s Regulatory Administration System (RAD) and the regulatory components of the ARPANSA management system. The systems are important for the risk informed, effective and efficient delivery of ARPANSA’s regulatory service. The RAD system (currently under development) is a state-of-the-art business intelligence system to collate licensing information and facilitate a range of analysis of safety performance.

    What we offer

    Working at ARPANSA represents a dynamic and exciting opportunity to grow your career and access capability-building professional opportunities.  At ARPANSA, our workforce priorities are building sustainable capability to enable achievement of ARPANSA’s mission, leading as an employer of choice in all the fields we provide opportunities, and strategically aligning our work to deliver meaningful outcomes for the Australian Community.  A role at ARPANSA involves:

    • Values and behaviours that underpin a culture characterised by commitment, respect, delivery, inclusion and collegiality.
    • Opportunities to engage with national and international stakeholders, in a context that values leading practice science.
    • The opportunity to pursue your interests while contributing to the Australian community.
    • A commitment to providing an inclusive and diverse workplace where all employees are valued.  We appreciate the experiences, skills and perspectives of all individuals and harness a collaborative environment.  We actively encourage applications from people with diverse backgrounds.
    • Great working conditions including competitive salaries with 15.4% superannuation, generous leave conditions, flexible work practices, modern amenities, and free parking at both our Yallambie and Miranda sites.

    Primary purpose of the role

    The Regulatory Officer at the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) is responsible for ensuring effective and efficient regulatory system through internal and external functions. Internally, the role places an emphasis on enhancing our quality and digital regulatory systems. Externally, the role is involved in supporting inspections or assessments in the areas of holistic safety and nuclear and radiation safety regulations.

    As part of a supportive multi-disciplinary team, you will be responsible for ensuring an effective and efficient regulatory system through internal and external functions. Internally, the role places an emphasis on enhancing our quality and digital regulatory systems. Externally, the role is involved in supporting inspections or assessments in the areas of holistic safety and nuclear and radiation safety regulations. The role is complex in nature requiring effective analytical skills and taking account of a wide range of data and information. Your work will be used to focus regulatory resources where most needed and drive continuous improvement. You will be expected to make sound decisions under limited guidance. You will undertake internal and external training to support your function leading to your appointment as an ARPANSA Inspector.

    Key accountabilities

    Support the management and development of the regulatory components of ARPANSA’s management system, including the Regulatory Administration Database System (a database of regulatory information and business intelligence system). You will conduct and report on internal conformance to the management system and participate in the general quality review service of regulatory assessments and reports.

    The identification of safety trends and issues by analysing recorded regulatory data and information obtained from ARPANSA’s regulatory oversight program. You will work with ARPANSA assessors and inspectors to identify priority issues for evidence-based inspection and advise on the best strategies and approaches for such inspections.

    Conduct Inspections and assessment of controlled activities and facilities, providing specialist support for ARPANSA’s holistic approach to safety, particularly in the areas of human and organisational factors. These inspections and assessments will be undertaken to evaluate compliance to the ARPANS Act and regulations and conditions of licence, and conformance with best practice in radiation protection, nuclear safety and safety science.

    Provision of general support to the Safety Systems section and ARPANSA as needed. Whilst not exclusive, this support may regard internal performance reporting, administration of the Australian Radiation Incident Register, secretariat of the Nuclear Safety Committee and licence administration. 

    Our ideal candidate - job specific capabilities

    • A degree in a STEM subject or equivalent qualification or experience. Qualifications or experience in radiation protection, nuclear safety, of modern safety science or a high hazard industry is highly desirable.
    • The application of quality management systems, conducting regulatory or quality inspections or assessments and an in-depth understanding of the relevant legislation or standards applicable.
    • Familiarity with emerging digital technologies and their potential applications for safety management and continuous improvement.
    • Ability to analyse data and research to provide accurate and specialist advice.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to evaluate reports and technical information with a high attention to detail.
    • Ability to work with independence, subject to limited direction, prioritize tasks, and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
    • Strong problem-solving and decision-making abilities, with an understanding of technical, organisational, and human factors aspects of safety (holistic safety).
    • The ability to contribute to the development of short-term tasks and strategic planning within a multidisciplinary team.
    • You will travel to represent ARPANSA nationally and occasionally internationally in connection with your duties.

    Selection criteria

    There are five selection criteria for this role. If you want to advance your career, please tells us your skills, experiences and achievements that demonstrate all selection criteria in no more than 1000 words overall.

    1. Experience in conducting audits/inspections/assessments against quality, safety, or legislative requirements.

    2.  Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, with the ability to prepare comprehensive reports and communicate technical information effectively to a range of stakeholders. This may include the evaluation and editing of such documents for quality assurance.

    3. The ability to manage, maintain and develop quality management systems and/or regulatory systems. This may include proficiency in dealing with digital systems databases and other software to ensure regulatory requirements and quality management principles are applied.

    4.  Analytical and problem-solving skills to evaluate complex problems and provide data-driven insights for the purpose of performance review and continuous improvement in safety and effectiveness, including human and organisation performance.

    5.  A proven track record of collaborating with internal and external stakeholders to reach successful outcomes. This could include collaboration to ensure effective implementation of regulatory or quality requirements.

    Eligibility

    Employment with ARPANSA is subject to:

    • conditions prescribed within the Public Service Act 1999.
    • Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA) granting a security clearance at the required level.
    • evidence of citizenship status required.
    • evidence of qualifications required of the role.
    • evidence of a completed national police-check with no risks identified by ARPANSA.
    • the CEO of ARPANSA, or their Delegate, approving a Notice of Engagement.

    The Australian Government Security Clearance Application Guide Book provides information on minimum eligibility requirements for holding a security clearance at the required level.  Please ensure that you are able to provide the necessary documents if you apply for the position. More information on the security clearance vetting process is available on the AGSVA website.

    How to apply

    Applications can be lodged through ARPANSA Careers..

    Your application will consist of resume, ARAPANSA cover letter, contact details for two referees and a ‘1000-word pitch’ that considers:

    • Key accountabilities
    • Job specific capabilities
    • Selection criteria.

    ARPANSA recognises the need for our workforce to reflect the community we serve and provide an inclusive environment that respects and values diversity.  We strongly encourage qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

    RecruitAbility

    RecruitAbility applies to this vacancy.  Under the RecruitAbility scheme applicants who choose to apply under the scheme will be invited to participate in further assessment activity for the vacancy, where they meet the minimum requirements for the position.  ARPANSA will provide reasonable adjustments or flexibilities in the recruitment process as requested.  For more information visit: https://www.apsc.gov.au/recruitability.

    Merit pool

    The selection process will establish a merit pool that may be used to fill similar positions within 18 months of advertising.

    Enterprise Agreement

    To find out more about the employment conditions at ARPANSA, please refer to our Enterprise Agreement.

    Thank you for your interest.

    – ARPANSA


  • 21 Aug 2023 12:08 PM | Secretariat (Administrator)

    Applications close - 11 September 2023

    • Position number- 13647
    • Classification - Executive Level 1
    • Salary range $110,305 - $126,917 + an additional 15.4% Superannuation
    • Preference will be given to candidates who hold Australian citizenship or possess permanent residency status leading to citizenship. However, the position is open to international candidates.
    • Miranda Sydney NSW
    • Ongoing
    • Regulatory Services Branch

    Section overview

    The Waste, Decommissioning and Transport Section has recently been established within the Regulatory Services Branch. This new section is responsible for regulation of legacy sites, waste stores, waste operational facilities, decommissioning activities and for coordination of ARPANSA’s engagement with the Australian Radioactive Waste Agency (ARWA) in developing its national strategy for decommissioning and establishing disposal pathways for low and intermediate level radioactive waste.  This includes the assessment of new and amended licence applications, compliance monitoring via an inspection program and producing regulatory guidance. The WDT section also has responsibilities for ensuring ARPANSA’s transport competent authority obligations are met.  The Section will support national and international engagement activities including relevant International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Safety Standards Committees, the Joint Convention on spent fuel and radioactive waste management, and OECD-Nuclear Energy Agency activities including the Radioactive Waste Management Committee and the Committee on Decommissioning and Legacy Management.

    What we offer

    Working at ARPANSA represents a dynamic and exciting opportunity to grow your career and access capability-building professional opportunities.  At ARPANSA, our workforce priorities are building sustainable capability to enable achievement of ARPANSA’s mission, leading as an employer of choice in all the fields we provide opportunities, and strategically aligning our work to deliver meaningful outcomes for the Australian Community.  A role at ARPANSA involves:

    • Values and behaviours that underpin a culture characterised by commitment, respect, delivery, inclusion and collegiality.
    • Opportunities to engage with national and international stakeholders, in a context that values leading practice science.
    • The opportunity to pursue your interests while contributing to the Australian community.
    • A commitment to providing an inclusive and diverse workplace where all employees are valued.  We appreciate the experiences, skills and perspectives of all individuals and harness a collaborative environment.  We actively encourage applications from people with diverse backgrounds.
    • Great working conditions including competitive salaries with 15.4% superannuation, generous leave conditions, flexible work practices, modern amenities, and free parking at both our Yallambie and Miranda sites.

    Primary purpose of the role

    The Senior Regulatory Officer, Waste, Decommissioning and Transport role will provide specialist advice and assistance to Regulatory Services Branch on the safety of the design and operation of radioactive waste management facilities, waste storage facilities, waste disposal facilities, legacy sites and nuclear installations or other prescribed radiation facilities undergoing decommissioning. This role will also support transport assessments required in delivering ARPANSA’s function as a transport competent authority. This role is part of a small multi-disciplinary team involved in the regulation of waste, decommissioning and transport activities of Commonwealth entities.

    Key accountabilities

    • Assess applications for licences associated within the remit of the waste, decommissioning and transport section against legislation, guidelines, codes and standards;
    • Perform inspections of prescribed radiation facilities and nuclear installations to assess compliance with legislation and associated codes and standards;
    • Prepare regulatory policies and processes and associated guidelines;
    • Contribute to the development of codes and standards for radiation protection;
    • Liaise with ARPANSA stakeholders on issues related to regulation of waste, decommissioning activities and transport; and
    • Undertake allotted tasks as a member of the Regulatory Services Branch as required

    Our ideal candidate - job specific capabilities

    The successful applicant will possess a degree or advanced degree from an Australian University in science or engineering or comparable overseas qualifications or other alternative qualifications, which are appropriate to the duties of the position.  You should also have demonstrated experience relevant to the design, construction, operation or regulation of waste operations and nuclear installations.

    You must have the ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary team environment with a high degree of professionalism and collegiality.  In addition you must have the ability to develop productive working relationships with other ARPANSA staff, stakeholders, and other government agencies. You must have a high degree of initiative, be able to make sound decisions, and have excellent oral and written communication skills.

    Candidates who hold Australian citizenship or possess permanent residency status leading to citizenship will be preferred, although the post is open to international candidates. Candidates must be prepared to travel interstate from time to time as required.  As a minimum, ARPANSA requires all new employees to obtain and maintain a Baseline security clearance as a condition of engagement. However, this role will require the incumbent to obtain and maintain a higher level of security clearance.

    Selection criteria

    There are five selection criteria for this position. If you want to advance your career, please tells us your skills, experiences and achievements that demonstrate all selection criteria in no more than 1000 words in total.

    1.  Expert knowledge of and wide experience in radiation and nuclear safety including design, operation and construction or regulation of nuclear installations and prescribed radiation facilities;

    2.  Demonstrated operational or regulatory experience in activities relating to nuclear and radiation safety including:

    • Safety assessments, inspections and compliance monitoring;
    • Preparation of a range of technical reports and safety evaluation reports.

    3.  Demonstrated ability to apply professional judgment and innovative approaches to problem solving and decision making on complex matters

    4.  Demonstrated ability to build and sustain relationships with internal and external stakeholders

    5.  Demonstrated capacity to produce reports which are clear, concise and readily understood by the intended audience.

    Eligibility

    Employment with ARPANSA is subject to:

    • conditions prescribed within the Public Service Act 1999.
    • Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA) granting a security clearance at the required level.
    • evidence of qualifications required of the role.
    • evidence of a completed national police-check with no risks identified by ARPANSA.
    • the CEO of ARPANSA, or their Delegate, approving a Notice of Engagement.

    The Australian Government Security Clearance Application Guide Book provides information on minimum eligibility requirements for holding a security clearance at the required level.  Please ensure that you are able to provide the necessary documents if you apply for the position. More information on the security clearance vetting process is available on the AGSVA website.

    How to apply

    Applications can be lodged through ARPANSA Careers.

    Your application will consist of resume, ARPANSA cover letter, contact details for two referees and a ‘1000-word pitch’ that considers:

    • Key accountabilities
    • Job specific capabilities
    • Selection criteria.

    ARPANSA recognises the need for our workforce to reflect the community we serve and provide an inclusive environment that respects and values diversity.  We strongly encourage qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

    RecruitAbility

    RecruitAbility applies to this vacancy.  Under the RecruitAbility scheme applicants who choose to apply under the scheme will be invited to participate in further assessment activity for the vacancy, where they meet the minimum requirements for the position.  ARPANSA will provide reasonable adjustments or flexibilities in the recruitment process as requested.  For more information visit: https://www.apsc.gov.au/recruitability.

    Merit pool

    The selection process will establish a merit pool that may be used to fill similar positions within 18 months of advertising.

    Enterprise Agreement

    To find out more about the employment conditions at ARPANSA, please refer to our Enterprise Agreement.

    Thank you for your interest.

    – ARPANSA


  • 21 Aug 2023 11:59 AM | Secretariat (Administrator)

    Applications close: 11 September 2023

    • Position number - 13646
    • Executive Level 2 Lower
    • $134,786 - $153,061 + an additional 15.4% Superannuation
    • Preference will be given to candidates who hold Australian citizenship or possess permanent residency status leading to citizenship. However, the position is open to international candidates.
    • Miranda Sydney NSW
    • Ongoing
    • Regulatory Services Branch
    • Section: Waste, Decommissioning and Transport

    Section overview

    The Waste, Decommissioning and Transport (WDT) Section has recently been established within the Regulatory Services Branch (RSB). This new section is responsible for regulation of legacy sites, waste stores, waste operational facilities, decommissioning activities and for coordination of ARPANSA’s engagement with the Australian Radioactive Waste Agency (ARWA) in developing its national strategy for decommissioning, and establishing disposal pathways for low and intermediate level radioactive waste.  This includes the assessment of new and amended licence applications, compliance monitoring via an inspection program and producing regulatory standards and guidance. The WDT Section also has responsibilities for ensuring ARPANSA’s transport competent authority obligations are met.  The Section will support national and international engagement activities including relevant International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Safety Standards Committees, the Joint Convention on spent-fuel and radioactive waste management, and OECD-Nuclear Energy Agency activities including the Radioactive Waste Management Committee and the Committee on Decommissioning and Legacy Management.

    What we offer

    Working at ARPANSA represents a dynamic and exciting opportunity to grow your career and access capability-building professional opportunities.  At ARPANSA, our workforce priorities are building sustainable capability to enable achievement of ARPANSA’s mission, leading as an employer of choice in all the fields we provide opportunities, and strategically aligning our work to deliver meaningful outcomes for the Australian Community.  A role at ARPANSA involves:

    • Values and behaviours that underpin a culture characterised by commitment, respect, delivery, inclusion and collegiality.
    • Opportunities to engage with national and international stakeholders, in a context that values leading practice science.
    • The opportunity to pursue your interests while contributing to the Australian community.
    • A commitment to providing an inclusive and diverse workplace where all employees are valued.  We appreciate the experiences, skills and perspectives of all individuals and harness a collaborative environment.  We actively encourage applications from people with diverse backgrounds.
    • Great working conditions including competitive salaries with 15.4% superannuation, generous leave conditions, flexible work practices, modern amenities, and free parking at both our Yallambie and Miranda sites.

    Primary purpose of the role

    Under broad direction from the Branch Head, the Director Waste, Decommissioning and Transport is responsible for regulation of legacy sites, waste stores, waste operational facilities and decommissioning activities undertaken by Commonwealth licence holders to ensure compliance with the ARPANS Act and Regulations.  The role is also responsible for ensuring ARPANSA’s obligations as Transport Competent Authority are met, and for interfacing with other Commonwealth government agencies and stakeholders in the areas of radioactive waste management and transport of radioactive material.

    Key accountabilities

    • Lead, manage, and provide strategic direction to the Waste, Decommissioning and Transport Section, including developing a compliance monitoring program for legacy sites, waste stores, operational waste facilities and decommissioning activities;
    • Provide high level support to the CEO of ARPANSA, through the Branch Head and Executive Group, in areas of technical policy development, including the development of radiation protection and nuclear safety guidelines, particularly in the areas of radioactive waste management, transport of radioactive materials and decommissioning;
    • Lead, manage and undertake inspections, audits and other activities associated with ARPANSA’s regulatory functions with regards to legacy sites, waste stores, waste management facilities and decommissioning activities;
    • Engage with ARWA, and other relevant agencies, in the development of its national strategy for decommissioning and the establishment of disposal pathways for low and intermediate level radioactive waste; and
    • Represent ARPANSA and Australia at appropriate national and international forums

    Our ideal candidate - job specific capabilities

    The successful applicant will have highly developed leadership and managerial skills with a demonstrated record of successfully driving change and being able to respond flexibly and promptly to organisational changes.  The applicant must also be capable of developing productive working relationships between both of ARPANSA’s offices and motivating staff to successfully contribute to the business outcomes of the Branch and the Agency.

    The applicant must have a degree or advanced degree in science or engineering from an Australian university or alternative, or have comparable qualifications or equivalent experience.  The applicant must also have excellent leadership, communication and consultation skills and expertise in writing scientific and/or technical documents.

    Candidates who hold Australian citizenship or possess permanent residency status leading to citizenship will be preferred, although the post is open to international candidates. Candidates must be prepared to travel interstate and overseas from time to time as required.  As a minimum, ARPANSA requires all new employees to obtain and maintain a Baseline security clearance as a condition of engagement. However this role will require the incumbent to obtain and maintain a higher level of security clearance.

    Selection criteria

    There are five selection criteria for this position. If you want to advance your career, please tells us your skills, experiences and achievements that demonstrate all selection criteria in no more than 1000 words in total.

    1.  Demonstrated leadership capability to manage professional, technical and administrative staff to deliver organisational strategic outcomes;

    2.  Demonstrated experience in regulatory or operational activities relating to radiation protection and/or nuclear safety; 

    3.  Demonstrated knowledge and experience in the areas of radioactive waste management, transport of radioactive materials and decommissioning activities;

    4.  Demonstrated ability to lead manage and achieve quality outcomes in major projects through clear, concise and readily understood planning, communication leadership and reporting;

    5. High level interpersonal and communication skills which demonstrate a capacity to work collaboratively and build and sustain positive relationships with staff and a range of key internal and external stakeholders and clients.

    Eligibility

    Employment with ARPANSA is subject to:

    • conditions prescribed within the Public Service Act 1999.
    • Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA) granting a security clearance at the required level.
    • evidence of qualifications required of the role.
    • evidence of a completed national police-check with no risks identified by ARPANSA.
    • the CEO of ARPANSA, or their Delegate, approving a Notice of Engagement.

    The Australian Government Security Clearance Application Guide Book provides information on minimum eligibility requirements for holding a security clearance at the required level.  Please ensure that you are able to provide the necessary documents if you apply for the position. More information on the security clearance vetting process is available on the AGSVA website.

    How to apply

    Applications can be lodged through ARPANSA Careers.

    Your application will consist of resume, ARPANSA cover letter, contact details for two referees and a ‘1000-word pitch’ that considers:

    • Key accountabilities
    • Job specific capabilities
    • Selection criteria.

    ARPANSA recognises the need for our workforce to reflect the community we serve and provide an inclusive environment that respects and values diversity.  We strongly encourage qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

    RecruitAbility

    RecruitAbility applies to this vacancy.  Under the RecruitAbility scheme applicants who choose to apply under the scheme will be invited to participate in further assessment activity for the vacancy, where they meet the minimum requirements for the position.  ARPANSA will provide reasonable adjustments or flexibilities in the recruitment process as requested.  For more information visit: https://www.apsc.gov.au/recruitability.

    Merit pool

    The selection process will establish a merit pool that may be used to fill similar positions within 18 months of advertising.

    Enterprise Agreement

    To find out more about the employment conditions at ARPANSA, please refer to our Enterprise Agreement.

    Thank you for your interest

    – ARPANSA


  • 21 Aug 2023 11:48 AM | Secretariat (Administrator)

    Applications close:  11 September 2023

    • Postion Number - 13648
    • Australian Public Service Level 6
    • $89,288 - $102,130 + an additional 15.4% Superannuation
    • Australian citizenship or permanent residency with citizenship application well progressed
    • Miranda Sydney NSW
    • Ongoing
    • Regulatory Services Branch
    • Waste, Decommissioning and Transport

    Section overview

    The Waste, Decommissioning and Transport Section has recently been established within the Regulatory Services Branch. This new section is responsible for regulation of legacy sites, waste stores, waste operational facilities, decommissioning activities and for coordination of ARPANSA’s engagement with the Australian Radioactive Waste Agency (ARWA) in developing its national strategy for decommissioning and establishing disposal pathways for low and intermediate level radioactive waste. This includes the assessment of new and amended licence applications, compliance monitoring via an inspection program and producing regulatory guidance. The WDT section also has responsibilities for ensuring ARPANSA’s transport competent authority obligations are met. The Section will support national and international engagement activities including relevant International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Safety Standards Committees, the Joint Convention on spent fuel and radioactive waste management, and OECD-Nuclear Energy Agency activities including the Radioactive Waste Management Committee and the Committee on Decommissioning and Legacy Management.

    What we offer

    Working at ARPANSA represents a dynamic and exciting opportunity to grow your career and access capability-building professional opportunities. At ARPANSA, our workforce priorities are building sustainable capability to enable achievement of ARPANSA’s mission, leading as an employer of choice in all the fields we provide opportunities, and strategically aligning our work to deliver meaningful outcomes for the Australian Community. A role at ARPANSA involves:

    • Values and behaviours that underpin a culture characterised by commitment, respect, delivery, inclusion and collegiality.

    • Opportunities to engage with national and international stakeholders, in a context that values leading practice science.

    • The opportunity to pursue your interests while contributing to the Australian community.

    • A commitment to providing an inclusive and diverse workplace where all employees are valued. We appreciate the experiences, skills and perspectives of all individuals and harness a collaborative environment. We actively encourage applications from people with diverse backgrounds.

    • Great working conditions including competitive salaries with 15.4% superannuation, generous leave conditions, flexible work practices, modern amenities, and free parking at both our Yallambie and Miranda sites.

    Primary purpose of the role

    In this role you will be responsible for providing advice in relation to ARPANSA regulatory functions, including assessment of licence applications; monitoring compliance and conducting inspections; providing advice on radiation protection; nuclear safety and the regulation of sources, prescribed radiation facilities and nuclear installations; and assisting with the development of policies, strategies and regulatory guidance.

    Key accountabilities

    • Assess applications for licences of nuclear installations, prescribed radiation facilities and sources against legislation, guidelines, codes and standards;

    • Perform inspections of nuclear installations and prescribed radiation facilities to assess compliance with legislation and associated codes and standards;

    • Contribute to the development of regulatory policies, processes and associated guidelines;

    • Contribute to the development of codes and standards for radiation protection and nuclear safety;

    • Liaise with ARPANSA stakeholders on issues related to regulation of sources, prescribed radiation facilities and nuclear installations;

    • Undertake assigned tasks as a member of the Regulatory Services Branch as required.

    Our ideal candidate - job specific capabilities

    The role is part of a larger regulatory team responsible for providing advice on the regulation of sources, prescribed radiation facilities and nuclear installations undertaken by Australian Government entities and their contractors. The position provides an opportunity to contribute to regulatory reform and build productive and sustainable relationships with ARPANSA’s stakeholders.

    To be considered for this position, you must possess a science or engineering degree from an Australian university or comparable overseas qualifications or have equivalent experience in a regulatory or operational role. It is also desirable to have experience in radiation protection.

    The successful applicant will be agile, demonstrate a high degree of initiative, the capacity to analyse a variety of sources of information and make sound recommendations, possess excellent oral and written communication skills and drive to advocate ARPANSA’s role in radiation protection and nuclear safety.

    You must hold Australian citizenship or possess permanent residency status leading to citizenship and be prepared to travel interstate from time to time as required. As a minimum, ARPANSA requires all new employees to obtain and maintain a Baseline security clearance as a condition of engagement. However, this role will require the incumbent to obtain and maintain a higher level of security clearance.

    Selection criteria

    There are six selection criteria for this position. If you want to advance your career, please tells us your skills, experiences and achievements that demonstrate all selection criteria in no more than 1000 words in total.

    1. Experience in radiation protection and/or nuclear safety or working in a high hazard, regulated environment.

    2. Regulatory experience either within a regulatory agency or a regulated entity.

    3. Ability to perform assessments and inspections under guidance and undertake systematic analysis of technical information and contribute to strategic thinking.

    4. Proven ability to contribute to and perform in a high performing regulatory team.

    5. Demonstrated ability to cultivate positive working relationships.

    6. Proven ability to act with high levels of integrity and professionalism and demonstrate well-developed skills in high level communication and negotiation.

    Eligibility

    Employment with ARPANSA is subject to:

    • conditions prescribed within the Public Service Act 1999.

    • Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA) granting a security clearance at the required level.

    • evidence of qualifications required of the role.

    • evidence of a completed national police-check with no risks identified by ARPANSA.

    • the CEO of ARPANSA, or their Delegate, approving a Notice of Engagement.

    The Australian Government Security Clearance Application Guide Book provides information on minimum eligibility requirements for holding a security clearance at the required level. Please ensure that you are able to provide the necessary documents if you apply for the position. More information on the security clearance vetting process is available on the AGSVA website.

    provide the necessary documents if you apply for the position. More information on the security clearance vetting process is available on the AGSVA website.

    How to apply

    Applications can be lodged through ARPANSA Careers.

    Your application will consist of resume, ARPANSA cover letter, contact details for two referees and a ‘1000-word pitch’ that considers:

    • Key accountabilities
    • Job specific capabilities
    • Selection criteria.

    ARPANSA recognises the need for our workforce to reflect the community we serve and provide an inclusive environment that respects and values diversity.  We strongly encourage qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

    RecruitAbility

    RecruitAbility applies to this vacancy.  Under the RecruitAbility scheme applicants who choose to apply under the scheme will be invited to participate in further assessment activity for the vacancy, where they meet the minimum requirements for the position.  ARPANSA will provide reasonable adjustments or flexibilities in the recruitment process as requested.  For more information visit: https://www.apsc.gov.au/recruitability.


    Merit pool

    The selection process will establish a merit pool that may be used to fill similar positions within 18 months of advertising.

    Enterprise Agreement

    To find out more about the employment conditions at ARPANSA, please refer to our Enterprise Agreement.

    Thank you for your interest.

    – ARPANSA


  • 10 Aug 2023 10:13 AM | Secretariat (Administrator)
    Applications close: Tuesday 22 August 2023 at 11.55pm
    • Employment Type: Full time (35 hours per week)  
    • Duration: Continuing
    • Remuneration: Level 8 $112,154 - $125,115 (depending on experience) + 17% super + leave loading
    • Location: Kensington, NSW (Hybrid Working)

    About UNSW:

    UNSW isn’t like other places you’ve worked. Yes, we’re a large organisation with a diverse and talented community; a community doing extraordinary things. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all we do. Taking this combined approach is what makes our work matter. It’s the reason we’re one of the top 50 universities in the world and a member of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight. If you want a career where you can thrive, be challenged and do meaningful work, you’re in the right place.

    Why Your Role Matters

    The Radiation Safety Specialist leads and maintains the UNSW Radiation Safety Management System, which includes radiation safety programs, procedures, and improvement measures. This role is responsible for ensuring radiation hazards are identified and risk are effectively managed in consultation with stakeholders. The Radiation Safety Specialist will provide up-to-date specialist advice to staff and students and facilitate safe work practices across all areas of UNSW to improve organisational outcomes and targets. The role will also be expected to carry out tasks and advise on matters related to both generalist safety and radiation safety.

    The role reports to the Manager Safety Systems and has no direct reports.

    Who you are

    • Tertiary qualification in relevant scientific discipline or an equivalent level of knowledge gained through any other combination of education, training and/or experience. A background in microbiology, biosafety, hazard management or similar experience is highly desirable.
    • Sound knowledge of Radiation Safety Act 1999, Australian legislation, ISO, Australian Standards, Codes of Practice, and industry best practices in radiation safety.
    • Strong understanding of radiation safety and radiation protection including terminology and experience working in a laboratory environment, including laboratory safety. Experience in developing and managing radiation safety and radiation protection programs in large organisation such as a hospital, university or research institutions is highly desirable.
    • Demonstrated experience in the provision of accurate and high-quality advice that interprets and discusses policies and regulatory requirements.
    • Sound IT skills and experience using management systems with demonstrated initiative and a high level of self-motivation.
    • Excellent time management skills, with a demonstrated ability to respond to changing priorities, manage multiple tasks and meet competing deadlines.
    • Excellent interpersonal and consultation skills, with demonstrated success working both as part of a team and independently using judgement and initiative within the overall context of the relevant legislation, approvals and work procedures.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to liaise and interact effectively with a range of internal and external stakeholders. Demonstrated experience in collecting and analysing data and preparing reports.

    To Apply: If this is of interest to you, please submit your CV, Cover Letter and responses to the Skills and Experience outlined in the position description.

    More Information: please see the Position Description or visit https://www.jobs.unsw.edu.au/

    Benefits and Culture

    • Flexible hybrid working
    • Additional 3 days of leave over the Christmas Period
    • Access to lifelong learning and career development
    • Progressive HR practices
    • Discounts and entitlements 

    Contact: Amy Denney - Talent Acquisition Coordinator e: a.denney@unsw.edu.au

    Applications close: 11.55pm, Tuesday 22nd August

    UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ+ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff.

    The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment.

    Position Description

  • 13 Jul 2023 2:12 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  24 July 2023 at 11.59pm

    • Ongoing I Full Time I $89k- $120k + 15.4% super  | salary sacrificing available
    • Sutherland Shire location I Flexible Work practices I Health & Wellbeing Programs
    • Great Opportunity to join ANSTO and be emersed in interesting and inspiring work
    • This role operates and manages a low level gamma spectrometry facility

    Your Duties and Responsibilities

    • Manage the operation and maintenance of the low level gamma spectrometry instrumentation with minimal supervision.
    • Prioritise, plan and schedule sample preparation and analysis to meet the specific needs of diverse clients, managing conflicting priorities and deadlines.
    • Competent operation of the gamma spectrometer software to perform instrument calibrations, monitor detector performance and calculate reliable analytical results to meet quality assurance requirements.
    • Apply basic gamma spectrometry theory and calculation of analytical results, uncertainties and minimum detectable limits, thus recognising issues with detectors and/or software and undertake necessary actions to ensure minimal down time.
    • Liaise with gamma spectrometer manufacturers/service engineers to set up a new detector, resolve issues, organise repairs and replacement of old instruments.

    Please click here to apply.

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