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  • 25 Mar 2022 1:20 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  Tuesday 5 April 2022

    Full time ongoing/Non-ongoing | $123,561-$142,168 per annum package inc 15.4% super

    Primary purpose of the role

    Under broad direction from the Director, Radiation Protection Services, the Assistant Director, Occupational Exposures and Dosimetry will be responsible for scoping and developing a strategic plan for ARPANSA’s internal and external dosimetry capabilities and services that will meet the future needs of the Australian government, customers and other stakeholders.  You will engage with key stakeholders to understand the current state, limitations, risks and future operational requirements.

     Key accountabilities

    • Working with a level of independence you will be required to understand internal and external dosimetry requirements for a range of occupational and public exposure pathways. 
    • Effectively manage competing priorities when achieving project outcomes in line with agency goals and objectives.
    • Identify and develop a strategic plan for ARPANSA’s internal and external dosimetry services and capabilities, that meets the future needs of the Australian community.
    • Build constructive internal and external relationships in order to meet future customer needs.
    • Promote a culture of high performance and continual improvement in a positive team environment.

    Job specific capabilities

    To be considered for this position, you will have successfully worked in a scientific leadership role and have well developed skills in the measurement, calculation and assessment of ionising radiation dose absorbed by the human body. 

    Tertiary qualifications from an Australian Tertiary Institution in a relevant field or comparable overseas qualifications or other alternative qualifications and experience appropriate to the position are essential. 

    You will have demonstrated experience in engaging stakeholders to identify opportunities, achieve outcomes and deliver high quality customer service.

    You will have demonstrated experience in research and analysis of customer needs, identification of technical solutions, and production of presentations and written reports.

    You must hold Australian citizenship or possess permanent residency status leading to citizenship and be prepared to travel interstate and/or overseas from time to time as required. ARPANSA requires all new employees to undertake a baseline security clearance as a condition of engagement. This position may require you to successfully undertake and maintain a higher level security clearance.  

    Selection criteria

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

    1. Experience and knowledge in the field of the protection of workers exposed to ionising radiation. 
    2. Demonstrated ability to lead and manage complex projects to achieve quality outcomes.
    3. Experience with and knowledge of information management systems, including good understanding of associated privacy and security issues.
    4. High level interpersonal and communication skills which demonstrate a capacity to work collaboratively with colleagues and peers.
    5. Demonstrated ability to build and manage key strategic relationships with a broad range of stakeholders and clients, including anticipating customer requirements.

    Link to the advert: here.

  • 25 Mar 2022 1:18 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  Tuesday 5 April 2022

    Full time ongoing/Non-ongoing | $92,486-$97,106 per annum inc 15.4% super

    Primary purpose of the role

    In this role, you will work under limited supervision and perform a range of moderately complex tasks associated with operating and maintaining Australia’s radiation monitoring networks.  These include radionuclide air monitoring and noble gas stations that form part of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) International Monitoring System (IMS), the Ultraviolet (UV) radiation network, and the Australian Radiation Monitoring System (ARMS). You will work closely with the technical lead providing maintenance and development support for hardware and software associated with the radionuclide monitoring systems. You will be working as part of a small team, delivering high quality and timely data to the CTBT International Data Centre (IDC) and other stakeholders. In this role, you will be responsible for preparing reports as well as establishing and maintaining a high degree of documentation management and record keeping.

     Key accountabilities

    • Under limited supervision and using established principles, practices and procedures, undertake a range of moderately complex tasks associated with the ongoing development of Australia’s CTBT air monitoring and noble gas stations, UV network and ARMS network; 
    • Assist in the maintenance and upgrading of station equipment, relating to the operation of ARPANSA’s networks, including field work; 
    • Maintain, in conjunction with the digital services section, software relating to ARPANSA’s networks;
    • Liaise with operational and technical staff from organisations contracted to assist with the running of ARPANSA’s radiation monitoring networks; 
    • Develop technical procedural documents.

    Job specific capabilities

    To be considered for this position, you will have experience in operating and maintaining large complex data acquisition systems. You will have exceptional problem-solving skills as well as experience working as part of a team, including with representatives from other organisations, both national and international, in order to achieve a common goal.

    You will have technical knowledge and experience working within the specialist area of High Resolution Gamma detectors including associated spectral data logging systems. You will be proficient in diagnosing and repairing these systems and other associated data acquisition systems. Experience maintaining and developing software for use in supporting a large multi-layered network would be an advantage.

    You must hold Australian citizenship or possess permanent residency status leading to citizenship.   ARPANSA requires all new employees to undertake a baseline security clearance as a condition of engagement. This role will require extensive travel throughout Australia and overseas, including remote locations such as Antarctica. As such, COVID-19 vaccination recognised by the Australian Government will be a requirement for the role.

    Selection criteria

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

    1. Demonstrated experience operating and maintaining data acquisition systems.
    2. Demonstrated experience performing radiation detector system repairs.
    3. Experience maintaining and developing software. 
    4. Proven ability to liaise effectively with a range of representatives from external organisations, including internationally. 
    5. Demonstrated experience maintaining a high standard of technical documentation including developing procedures and writing executive reports.

    Link to the advert: here.

  • 25 Mar 2022 1:16 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  Sunday 27 March 2022

    Ongoing | $100,018-$114,404 per annum package inc 15.4% super

    Primary purpose of the role

    ARPANSA is seeking an enthusiastic individual to work as part of a small team of scientists within its Medical Imaging Section to contribute to the development of national diagnostic reference levels (DRLs), evaluate radiation doses, risks and image quality for various imaging modalities, provide scientific input to the processing and issuing of import permits for medical radioisotopes, and assist in the conduct of measurements and tests on medical imaging equipment and accessories.

     Key accountabilities

    • Participate in the performance of an ongoing program of national surveys of diagnostic radiation equipment, dosimetry, and development of diagnostic reference levels, contributing to the design and implementation of surveys, the operation of data collection programs, and the interpretation of results.
    • Provide scientific contributions on matters relating to diagnostic medical imaging, including evaluation of doses to patients, diagnostic reference levels, radiation protection of the patient, suitability of equipment and facility design.
    • Provide scientific input to the processing and issuing of permits for the importation of radioisotopes for use in medical procedures.
    • Interact with professional interest groups, educational institutions and other organisations relating to diagnostic imaging techniques and equipment.
    • Assist with a wide variety of measurements and tests on medical imaging equipment and accessories for calibration, safety assessment, compliance testing and evaluation of new technologies.

    Job specific capabilities

    To be considered for this position you must possess a degree from an Australian tertiary institution in a branch of the physical sciences, or comparable overseas qualifications, or other alternative qualifications and experience appropriate to the duties.

    You should possess qualifications that will entitle membership of the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM) and/or meet the registration requirements of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

    You should have a sound knowledge of radiation physics, dosimetry, and the principles of radiation protection in the medical uses of ionising radiation. You should be able to undertake experimental tests of equipment in a laboratory setting and have demonstrated experience and ability in writing scientific and/or technical documents. A good knowledge of medical exposures, patient dosimetry and the risks from low-level radiation exposures are highly desirable. Recent relevant clinical experience is also highly desirable. High level computing, data analysis and statistical skills would be an advantage.

    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. ARPANSA requires all new employees to undertake a baseline security clearance as a condition of engagement.

    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 in total.

    1. Demonstrated knowledge of radiation physics and dosimetry and a good understanding of exposures in diagnostic imaging and methods of evaluating doses to patients.
    2. Demonstrated knowledge of Australian radiation safety regulatory requirements and ARPANSA’s role within this framework
    3. Demonstrated capacity to produce reports which are clear, concise, and readily understood by the intended audience
    4. Demonstrated professionalism and initiative in meeting objectives and progressing work.
    5. Demonstrated ability to work positively with team members, clients and stakeholders.

    Link to the advert: here.

  • 25 Mar 2022 1:14 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  Sunday 27 March 2022

    Non-ongoing | $92,486-$97,106 per annum package inc 15.4% super

    Primary purpose of the role

    In this role, you will possess a high degree of technical expertise with a strong background in analytical chemistry with experience in radiochemical analysis techniques.

    You will have the ability to work independently or with limited guidance forming part of a small team of scientific and technical-based staff engaged in the measurement of radioactivity in environmental samples and the radiological surveillance of the Australian environment.

    You will assist with related tasks including the implementation of relevant quality assurance programs, maintenance of records, preparation of technical reports and research activities. Performing a range of scientific tasks, you will assist ARPANSA in reporting and advising on sources of radioactivity.

    Domestic and/or international travel and field work may be required.

     Key accountabilities

    Under limited direction and using established principles, practices and procedures undertake the daily operation and maintenance of a radiochemistry laboratory and ensure compliance with safe working practices within the relevant work areas.
    • Perform the analysis of radionuclides in environmental samples for routine operations and other activities of the section
    • Participate in the development and maintenance of quality-assured measurement systems, and ensure data analysis and validation is undertaken in accordance with relevant standards and procedures
    • Maintain accurate records of work performed and results obtained and prepare associated administrative and technical reports
    • Participate in moderately complex environmental studies and assessments.

    Job specific capabilities

    To be considered for this position, you will hold a tertiary qualification in science from an Australian tertiary institution, or comparable qualification, and relevant experience which is appropriate to the duties of the position. You should possess a high level of scientific and technical expertise with a strong background in analytical chemistry and a sound knowledge in radiochemistry.

    You will have well-developed interpersonal skills and the ability to contribute effectively in a team environment, together with the ability to liaise with all levels of staff, clients and members of the general public. You will have the ability to consistently perform efficiently and effectively at a high level and the demonstrated ability to make well-balanced and informed decisions.

    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. ARPANSA requires all new employees to undertake a baseline security clearance as a condition of engagement.

    Selection criteria

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

    1. Demonstrated experience in radiochemistry techniques and with instrumentation for the measurement of radionuclides in environmental samples.
    2. Demonstrated ability to apply existing methods and assist in the development of new experimental methods, including maintaining accurate records and the ability to present and interpret experimental data. 
    3. Sound knowledge and experience in applying quality management systems within a laboratory setting, with a sound awareness of laboratory safety procedures in handling hazardous substances.
    4. Demonstrated well-developed oral and written communication skills including the drafting and maintenance of technical documentation and the ability to develop technical information for non-technical personnel and clients.
    5. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and cultivate positive working relationships with team members and a range of stakeholders, including in the delivery of projects.

    Link to the advert: here.

  • 25 Jan 2022 5:50 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  6th February 2022

    Full time ongoing/Non-ongoing | $123,561-$142,168 package inc 15.4% super

    Primary purpose of the role

    This role is directly responsible for providing leadership, co-ordination and advice on assessing the levels of radiation exposure and subsequent health risk.  You will be required to perform and lead a range of very complex and sensitive scientific and coordination tasks associated with environmental dispersion modelling, consequence assessment and health impact assessments for planned, existing and emergency exposure situations.   A primary focus of this role will be to lead and support risk assessment for nuclear powered vessels.  You will work closely with other staff within the Assessment and Advice Section and more broadly with staff across the Agency to ensure that advice provided is based on the latest scientific knowledge and national and international experience.

     Key accountabilities

    • Work with a level of independence, under broad direction, to lead and manage staff performing diverse tasks and set work area priorities related to radiation protection and assessing risks and health impacts from exposure to radiation, with a focus on ionising radiation
    • Implement best international practice and contribute to the development of Codes and Standards for radiation protection
    • Ensure quality outputs and undertake detailed or sensitive projects that impact on the strategic or operational outcomes of the agency, including the development of associated administrative and technical reports
    • Participate as either a team leader or member to support ARPANSA’s emergency preparedness and response plans
    • Communicate with and provide advice to a wide variety of clients and external stakeholders.

    Job specific capabilities

    To be considered for this position, you will possess tertiary qualifications in an engineering or science discipline from an Australian educational institution, comparable overseas qualifications, or other alternative qualifications. You will have extensive experience in radiation risk assessment and the development of national radiation protection guidance and procedures.

    You will have well developed interpersonal and leadership skills to manage a small team and a history of engaging and collaborating with a range of stakeholders including staff, clients and members of the general public to achieve outcomes. You will be comfortable making complex decisions based on sound judgement and expertise, and can consistently perform efficiently and effectively at a high level.

    You must hold Australian citizenship or possess permanent residency status leading to citizenship and be prepared to travel interstate and overseas from time to time as required. This position is a designated security assessment position which will require you to successfully undertake and maintain a security clearance.

    Selection criteria

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

    • Demonstrated expert working knowledge of the principles of radiation protection, including the scientific basis underpinning them, and their application in assessing risks and health impacts from exposure to radiation.
    • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and build and sustain positive relationships with team members, stakeholders and clients.
    • Demonstrated strong analytical, problem solving and decision making skills based on professional judgement and evaluation of risks.
    • Demonstrated capacity to produce reports which are clear, concise and readily understood by the intended audience.
    • High level liaison and communication skills including the ability to impart very complex information clearly and negotiate on behalf of the agency with key stakeholders.

    Link to the advert: here.


  • 25 Jan 2022 5:47 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  6th February 2022

    Full time ongoing/Non-ongoing | $100,018  - $114,404 package inc 15.4% super

    Primary purpose of the role

    In this role, you will perform a range of complex scientific tasks, including environmental dispersion modelling, consequence assessment and dose calculations, to estimate risk and potential health impacts to the public, workers and the environment from exposure to ionising radiation. A primary focus of this role will be to support risk assessment for nuclear powered vessels.  You will work closely with other staff within the Assessment and Advice Section, and liaise with internal and external stakeholders, to ensure that advice provided is based on the latest scientific knowledge and national and international experience.

    Key accountabilities

    • Under limited direction perform complex and diverse tasks related to assessing risks and health impacts from exposure to radiation, with a focus on ionising radiation;
    • Perform roles to support ARPANSA's emergency preparedness and response plans and arrangements and contribute to the development of Codes and Standards for radiation protection;
    • Maintain accurate records of work performed and results obtained, and support the preparation of associated guidance documents and technical reports;
    • Be an active member of ARPANSA’s Talk to a Scientist program, which responds to enquiries from industry, and member of the public.
    • Communicate with and provide advice to a wide variety of clients and external stakeholders.

    Job specific capabilities

    You must possess a tertiary degree in a branch of the physical sciences, from an Australian educational institution or a comparable qualification. A sound knowledge of physics and environmental modelling is essential. Experience in radiation protection and with geographic information systems, simple programming, and database management would be advantageous.
    You will have well developed interpersonal skills and the ability to contribute effectively in a team environment, sometimes in a leading role, together with the ability to liaise with all levels of staff, clients and members of the general public. You will have the ability to consistently perform efficiently and effectively at a high level and the demonstrated ability to make well balanced and informed decisions.
    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. This position is a designated security assessment position which will require you to successfully undertake and maintain a security clearance. 

    Selection criteria

    This is an exciting opportunity to join a leading employer in ionising and non-ionising radiation protection. If you want to advance your scientific career, please tells us your skills, experiences and achievements that demonstrate all selection criteria in no more than 1000 words in total. 

    • Demonstrated experience in source term identification and modelling environmental transport processes. 
    • Demonstrated experience in the application of consequence assessments to estimate risks and health impacts to people and the environment.
    • Demonstrated capability in data analysis, processing and data visualisation.
    • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and build and sustain positive relationships with team members, stakeholders and clients.
    • Demonstrated communication and liaison skills including the ability to impart complex information clearly, including the capacity to produce reports which are clear, concise and readily understood by the intended audience.

    Link to the advert: here.

  • 25 Jan 2022 5:44 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  6th February 2022

    Full time ongoing/Non-ongoing | $100,018  - $114,404 package inc15.4% super

    Primary purpose of the role

    In this role, you will perform a range of complex scientific tasks, including environmental dispersion modelling, consequence assessment and dose calculations, to estimate risk and potential health impacts to the public, workers and the environment from exposure to ionising radiation. A primary focus of this role will be to support risk assessment for nuclear powered vessels.  You will work closely with other staff within the Assessment and Advice Section, and liaise with internal and external stakeholders, to ensure that advice provided is based on the latest scientific knowledge and national and international experience.

    Key accountabilities

    • Under limited direction perform complex and diverse tasks related to assessing risks and health impacts from exposure to radiation, with a focus on ionising radiation;
    • Perform roles to support ARPANSA's emergency preparedness and response plans and arrangements and contribute to the development of Codes and Standards for radiation protection;
    • Maintain accurate records of work performed and results obtained, and support the preparation of associated guidance documents and technical reports;
    • Be an active member of ARPANSA’s Talk to a Scientist program, which responds to enquiries from industry, and member of the public.
    • Communicate with and provide advice to a wide variety of clients and external stakeholders.

    Job specific capabilities

    You must possess a tertiary degree in a branch of the physical sciences, from an Australian educational institution or a comparable qualification. A sound knowledge of physics and environmental modelling is essential. Experience in radiation protection and with geographic information systems, simple programming, and database management would be advantageous.

    You will have well developed interpersonal skills and the ability to contribute effectively in a team environment, sometimes in a leading role, together with the ability to liaise with all levels of staff, clients and members of the general public. You will have the ability to consistently perform efficiently and effectively at a high level and the demonstrated ability to make well balanced and informed decisions.

    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. This position is a designated security assessment position which will require you to successfully undertake and maintain a security clearance. 

    Selection criteria

    This is an exciting opportunity to join a leading employer in ionising and non-ionising radiation protection. If you want to advance your scientific career, please tells us your skills, experiences and achievements that demonstrate all selection criteria in no more than 1000 words in total. 

    • Demonstrated experience in source term identification and modelling environmental transport processes. 
    • Demonstrated experience in the application of consequence assessments to estimate risks and health impacts to people and the environment.
    • Demonstrated capability in data analysis, processing and data visualisation.
    • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and build and sustain positive relationships with team members, stakeholders and clients.
    • Demonstrated communication and liaison skills including the ability to impart complex information clearly, including the capacity to produce reports which are clear, concise and readily understood by the intended audience.

    Link to the advert: here.

  • 21 Jan 2022 12:24 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  30 January 2022

    Ongoing | Part Time | $53k - $59k +15.4% super

    About the Opportunity

    The Laboratory Assistant is to maintain the hygiene and cleanliness of a suite of Scientific facilities and laboratories, ensuring they meet our operating standards and customer requirement. Additionally, you will contribute to the facility and laboratory operations through performing basic laboratory support tasks, such as chemical inventory management, basic procurement and goods receipt, preparation and revision of quality and safety documentation, and equipment and chemical registers in the areas of responsibility.

    Your Duties and Responsibilities

    Responsible for routine and non-routine cleaning of all facilities to ensure proper function, and compliance (quality, safety and regulatory), and to meet user expectations and requirement.

    • Maintain and undertake the preparation and cleaning of specialised facilities to cleanroom standards to enable production and testing of radiopharmaceuticals and radioisotopes.
    • Responsible for the collection of waste and the subsequent categorization, sorting to align with ANSTO waste management practice, and active and non-active laundry management.
    • Contribute to the maintenance of facilities and equipment by providing basic laboratory technical support to maximise facility and laboratory users experience and requirement, including coordinating and supervising service contractors and placing orders, replenish and circulation of general consumables’.
    • Contribute where required to the management of chemicals and chemicals stores by participating in the annual chemical disposal, inventory stocktake and affiliated operations.
    • Responsible for the preparation and revision of quality and safety documentation, and registers in the areas of responsibility.

    Link to the advert: here.

  • 17 Jan 2022 1:05 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application Closing Date: Sunday 23rd of January 2022

    4 year term | Full Time | $85k - $96k +15.4% super

    The Role
    Synroc has been given the challenge of developing markets for ANSTO’s wasteform science and processing technology and develop tailored solutions for nuclear waste stream including advancement of engineering designs and solutions for waste processing plants and equipment within ANSTO and for external clients.

    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.

    Your Duties and Responsibilities

    • Undertake world leading wasteform research and design wasteforms tailored for the clients’ waste streams and to facilitate the translation from concept to engineering solution, allowing ANSTO Synroc to demonstrate the feasibility of its technologies at engineering scale.
    • Under direction conduct research work in the area of nuclear waste materials including innovative research concepts that add value to ANSTO’s research outputs in the back-end of the nuclear fuel cycle.
    • Provide scientific support and advice the ANSTO Synroc team and to stakeholders including the ability to provide assessment of experimental and model-based evaluation.
    • Produce and present research of an international standard, publish in high quality refereed journals and produce other reputable publications reflecting the application of nuclear wasteform design, chemistry and structure-function behaviour.

    Link to the advert: here. 

  • 17 Jan 2022 1:01 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application Closing Date: Sunday 30th of January 2022

    Fixed Term - 3 Years | Full Time | $74k - $96k +15.4% super

    The Role
    The overarching role of the Radon Software/Instrument Technician is to take primary responsibility for the development and maintenance of  specialised software and electronic components in order to enhance commercial sales of world-leading ANSTO built equipment, and to facilitate the generation of high quality experimental radon datasets for use by the environmental research community



    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.

    Our Ideal Candidate

    • Responsible for the design, maintenance and development of multi-platform (PC/Linux) control and measurement software to interface with scientific analytical instruments;
    • Assist in the assembly and testing of electronic components and systems of in-house instruments or equipment;
    • Administer communication networks enabling remote operation and control of analytical instruments worldwide;
    • Perform troubleshooting, acquisition, quality control and preliminary data processing of incoming data from analytical instruments and provision of data to researchers;
    • Prepare processed radon datasets for delivery to local and public archives for use by the environmental research community;
    • Participate in fieldwork activities to install new instruments and/or perform instrument maintenance;
    • Communicate effectively with internal/external stakeholders and establish productive working relationships;
    • Contribute as an effective team member. Work collaboratively, sharing information, knowledge and expertise. Respond to requests in a timely manner;
    • Contribute to the management of safety, regulatory, environmental and quality requirements by:
      • Working to safety, regulatory, environmental and quality requirements to ensure laboratories comply, at all times, with relevant standards, regulatory framework and procedures.
      • Fulfilling Work Health & Safety Accountabilities, Responsibilities and Actions as specified in the ANSTO WHS Management System.

    Link to the advert: here.

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