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  • 23 May 2023 9:40 AM | Matthew (Administrator)
    Application closing date:  11.59pm, 1 June 2023
    • 2 x Permanent Positions Available I Full Time | $107k - $120k +15.4% super
    • Lucas Heights location I Health & Wellbeing Programs I Free onsite carpark
    • Great opportunity to work in a newly created position 

    About the Opportunity

    The Specialist Incident Investigations & Monitoring role provides an excellent opportunity for an investigator to join a newly established team to work collaboratively across the organisation with relevant stakeholders to ensure all ANSTO incidents are addressed in a timely, holistic and compliant manner.

    About You

    "The ideal candidate will have extensive incident management experience working in a regulated environment. They will have a proven ability to work collaboratively with a diverse range of stakeholders to achieve objectives."  Whitney Hooke, Senior Manager, Quality

    Your Duties and Responsibilities

    • Assist in the management of the GRC tool.
    • Manage & conduct the triage/risk assessments of all incidents in the GRC tool.
    • Conduct holistic incident investigations for safety, security, radiological, operational, nuclear, quality environment and ACEC incidents.
    • Coordinate specialists across the organisation to assist in the investigations, managing the investigations holistically.
    • 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.
    • Provide expert advice & support for incident investigations.

     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

     Please click here to apply.

  • 16 May 2023 3:50 PM | Matthew (Administrator)
    Application closing date:  23-May-2023


    Your New Role

    Carrapateena is a large-scale, world class modern mine operated by world class people. This exciting role is now available, and we want the very best of the best on deck to lead the team and collectively deliver exceptional results.


    At OZ Minerals Carrapateena, we believe our greatest asset is our people and we are working hard to provide a wonderful mix of age, cultural and geographical backgrounds to further enrich our inclusive workplace culture. We truly value your ideas and encourage you to champion innovation and collaboration, we are here to unlock your value and offer opportunities that supercharge your career to go beyond what is possible.

    Location: Hybrid / Carrapateena, South Australia (60-minute flight from Adelaide / 30-minute flight from Port Augusta)
    Roster: 8 days on; 6 days off
    Employment Type: Full-Time
    Pay & Benefits: Our employees are a valued stakeholder at OZ Minerals, we want to attract the very best talent to join our team. As such, what we offer is generous when compared to Australian mining industry pay and benefits. We are more than happy to share specifics later.
    Work Life Plans: We believe in empowering our people to make their own choices on how they can best achieve their work. Employees working with OZ Minerals create a tailored individual work-life plan which is based on their ‘whole of life' needs taking into consideration both role requirements and personal/family life - flexible working is real and is supported by our entire Executive Leadership Team.

    How You Will Create Impact
    • Oversee Carrapateena's occupational hygiene & radiation monitoring programs, yearly data evaluation, statistical analysis, risk assessment, stakeholder approval, hygiene monitoring program, radiation management documents
    • Maintain management documentation including document reviews and safe work instruction preparation
    • Oversee the occupational hygiene database (Cority) to ensure quality of monitoring data and accurate reporting of results to stakeholders;
    • Analyse, and report on OH data to inform, develop and drive strategies and initiatives across the business; Prepare Annual Management Plan and communicate to relevant stakeholders.
    • Site radiation gauge management including regular inspections and wipe sampling to meet regulatory requirements
    • Oversee equipment management through database management tools (e.g. Calibration, external repair / service)
    • Build the occupational hygiene capability of Carrapateena teams, providing professional guidance, training, and support
    • Provide support to health, safety and hygiene team members to build team capability
    • Provide advice and professional support to the business and contracting partners within a timely manner on legislative and company requirements in relation to occupational hygiene matters
    • Statutory Radiation Safety Officer responsibility to deal with legislative and regulatory requirement for the site (Radiation management plan, waste management plans, Annual report preparation and submission to EPA, annual dose calculation and reporting, incident / accident investigation. Gauge management on site, training competency
    • Accountable for ensuring contract partners understand occupational hygiene operational requirements and processes, assisting with the aim of achieving and exceeding compliance. Key contact for compliance and exceedance investigation.
    • Manage unexpected hygiene events including hazard assessment and recommendation of immediate corrective actions to protect worker health; investigation and reporting to the EPA / relevant stakeholders
    • Assist in the implementation of OZ Minerals policies, standards & procedures through consultation and collaboration; Not assisting, full responsible for rolling out with consultation and collaboration
    • Work collaboratively with the health team to identify and evaluate key health issues and advise on their control. Oversee automated system for Health through Cority for health monitoring and other legislative requirements.
    What We Value
    • Degree qualified in Occupational Hygiene, Health Science, Physics, or a relevant associated field
    • Demonstrated experience in identification, evaluation and control of risks arising from physical, chemical, and biological stressors. Ideally with exposure to the Mining / Mineral Processing industries
    • Full Membership or COH with Australia institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH).
    • Experience in radiation safety: working with industrial gauges, NORM and waste
    • Strong communication skills, promoting effective engagement with all levels of management
    • Drivers Licence (Manual), preferably with underground experience
    • Proven capability to deliver with a proactive, results-oriented, solution-focused approach.
    • Practical application of legislation, standards & codes of practice relevant to occupational hygiene requirements in the mining or heavy industry sector
    • Proven capability to develop and deliver relevant training and engage with the workforce
    • RSO Industrial Gauges Licence, Apparatus, X-ray analysis licence and ANTSO RSO course or equivalent.

    Key How We Work Together Behaviours:

    I partner with people internally and externally to deliver great things together (collaborating / respect)
    I define success then proactively plan to deliver (planning / accountability / simplicity)
    I develop, mentor, coach and support others (including / sustainability)

    OZ Minerals - A Modern Mining Company

    Unlock your potential and help us challenge the status quo, while doing the best work of your life.

    We want creative and passionate people on our team, who can go beyond what's possible to make lives better.

    What we do is centered around creating shared value for our stakeholders. And how we do things is what makes us unique.

    We know everyone's best work takes different shapes and forms, and we are committed to empowering and harnessing this difference.

    For us, development is continuous, learning is holistic, and How We Work Together is more than just a tagline.

    Who are we? We are OZ Minerals, a modern mining company.

    If you think you can make a difference, please apply below.
    #comeworkwithus

     Please click here to apply.

  • 9 May 2023 2:21 PM | Matthew (Administrator)
    Application closing date:  18-May-2023 11:30 PM (AEST)
    • Ongoing
    • $114,090 to $127,619 per annum + 15.4% employer super contribution
    • Role based in Canberra

    The Opportunity

    ASNO is expecting to grow to ensure it is postured to meet future challenges and expanded responsibilities. Assistant Directors assist in managing teams of Safeguards Officers that are recruited from a range of professional backgrounds at the nexus of science and policy. As an Assistant Director you will be at the forefront of ASNO’s efforts to implement Australia’s obligations under non-proliferation agreements and to help develop the processes, techniques, and technologies required to assist international endeavours to ensure nuclear material and technology is not used for weapons of mass destruction. This work can involve close collaboration with industry, international partners, intergovernmental bodies and academia to develop solutions to complex challenges. ASNO recognises that nuclear-related experience is limited within Australian society, and we are prepared to invest in the training and development of our staff. As such, this is a unique opportunity to establish the foundations necessary to pursue a long-term career in an exciting, cutting-edge industry that supports Australia’s nuclear stewardship credentials and contributes to international peace and security. ASNO engages regularly with both Australian industry and international counterparts. There will be opportunities for both domestic and international travel. As a Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) employee you will have access to a broad range of flexible working arrangements, and conditions. DFAT is committed to promoting an inclusive and diverse workplace where all employees are valued and we encourage applications from people with diverse backgrounds. Please refer to our Workplace Diversity and Inclusion internet page for further information.

    Our Ideal Candidate

    ASNO’s current workforce includes a diverse range of technical, engineering, and policy professionals. The common factor across our staff is a sense of curiosity, well developed analytical and communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to engage effectively with a broad range of domestic and international counterparts.

    Our ideal candidate will be able to:

    • apply technical knowledge or understanding to deliver meaningful outcomes
    • assist in managing a small team that assesses complex or technical data and use these outputs to inform policy advice or improve organisational processes
    • distil complex or technical information into clear and concise advice suitable for consideration by a non-technical audience or senior leaders
    • build collaborative relationships with internal or external stakeholders, and
    • support the professional development of staff or other team members.
    Key duties

    The key duties of the position(s) include: 
    • Assist in managing a small team to conduct analysis that informs regulatory activities in line with Nuclear Non-Proliferation (Safeguards) Act 1987
    • after completing the necessary training and being designated as a nuclear safeguards inspector, performing domestic or international inspections of permit holders and those conducting nuclear-related research
    • engaging with international counterparts and intergovernmental organisations such as the International Atomic Energy Agency
    • providing technical advice on complex nuclear-related issues to inform policy development 
    • identifying opportunities to improve regulatory and governance structures related to the operation of nuclear reactors as well as nuclear-related facilities and logistics networks 
    • assist in managing a small team to liaise with internal and external stakeholders to solicit information, achieve consensus, and develop whole-of-Government strategies to manage sensitive issues, and
    • either independently or as part of a small delegation, conducting domestic, regional, and international outreach on matters related to nuclear safeguards and security issues.

     Please click here to apply.

  • 9 May 2023 2:19 PM | Matthew (Administrator)
    Application closing date:  18-May-2023 11:30 PM (AEST)
    • Ongoing
    • $91,617 to $103,015 per annum + 15.4% employer super contribution
    • Role based in Canberra

    The Opportunity ASNO is expecting to grow to ensure it is postured to meet future challenges and expanded responsibilities. Safeguards Officers form the core of our workforce and are recruited from a range of professional backgrounds at the nexus of science and policy. As a Safeguards Officer you will be at the forefront of ASNO’s efforts to implement Australia’s obligations under non-proliferation agreements and to help develop the processes, techniques, and technologies required to assist international endeavours to ensure nuclear material and technology is not used for weapons of mass destruction. This work can involve close collaboration with industry, international partners, intergovernmental bodies and academia to develop solutions to complex challenges. ASNO recognises that nuclear-related experience is limited within Australian society, and we are prepared to invest in the training and development of our staff. As such, this is a unique opportunity to establish the foundations necessary to pursue a long-term career in an exciting, cutting-edge industry that supports Australia’s nuclear stewardship credentials and contributes to international peace and security. ASNO engages regularly with both Australian industry and international counterparts. There will be opportunities for both domestic and international travel. As a Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) employee you will have access to a broad range of flexible working arrangements, and conditions. DFAT is committed to promoting an inclusive and diverse workplace where all employees are valued and we encourage applications from people with diverse backgrounds. Please refer to our Workplace Diversity and Inclusion internet page for further information.

    Our Ideal Candidate

    ASNO’s current workforce includes a diverse range of technical, engineering, and policy professionals. The common factor across our staff is a sense of curiosity, well developed analytical and communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to engage effectively with a broad range of domestic and international counterparts.

    Our ideal candidate will be able to articulate in their pitch how they have applied their professional experience or understanding of an issue, process, or technology to deliver a meaningful outcome that advanced their organisation’s interests in a field related to scientific research or engineering, regulatory activities, or international policy. 

    Our ideal candidate will be able to:

    • apply technical knowledge or understanding to deliver meaningful outcomes;
    • work with complex or technical data to inform policy advice or improve organisational processes;
    • distil complex or technical information into clear and concise advice suitable for consideration by a non-technical audience; and
    • build collaborative relationships with internal or external stakeholders.

    Key duties  

    The key duties of the position(s) include: 
    • with limited supervision, conducting analysis to inform regulatory activities in line with Nuclear Non-Proliferation (Safeguards) Act 1987;
    • assisting designated nuclear safeguards inspectors during domestic or international inspections of permit holders and those conducting nuclear-related research;
    • engaging with international counterparts and intergovernmental organisations such as the International Atomic Energy Agency;
    • providing technical advice on nuclear-related issues to inform policy development; 
    • conducting research into regulatory and governance structures related to the operation of nuclear reactors as well as nuclear-related facilities and logistics networks; 
    • with limited supervision, liaising with internal and external stakeholders to solicit information, achieve consensus, and develop whole-of-Government strategies to manage sensitive issues; and
    • with limited supervision, conducting domestic and regional outreach related to nuclear safeguards and security issues.

     Please click here to apply.

  • 9 May 2023 2:16 PM | Matthew (Administrator)
    Application closing date:  18-May-2023 11:30 PM (AEST)
    • Ongoing
    • $83,095 to $88,793 per annum + 15.4% employer super contribution
    • Role based in Canberra

    The Opportunity 
    ASNO is expecting to grow to ensure it is postured to meet future challenges and expanded responsibilities. Safeguards Officers form the core of our workforce and are recruited from a range of professional backgrounds at the nexus of science and policy. As a Safeguards Officer you will be at the forefront of ASNO’s efforts to implement Australia’s obligations under non-proliferation agreements and to help develop the processes, techniques, and technologies required to assist international endeavours to ensure nuclear material and technology is not used for weapons of mass destruction. This work can involve close collaboration with industry, international partners, intergovernmental bodies and academia to develop solutions to complex challenges. ASNO recognises that nuclear-related experience is limited within Australian society, and we are prepared to invest in the training and development of our staff. As such, this is a unique opportunity to establish the foundations necessary to pursue a long-term career in an exciting, cutting-edge industry that supports Australia’s nuclear stewardship credentials and contributes to international peace and security. ASNO engages regularly with both Australian industry and international counterparts. There will be opportunities for both domestic and international travel. As a Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) employee you will have access to a broad range of flexible working arrangements, and conditions. DFAT is committed to promoting an inclusive and diverse workplace where all employees are valued and we encourage applications from people with diverse backgrounds. Please refer to our Workplace Diversity and Inclusion internet page for further information.

    Our Ideal Candidate
    ASNO’s current workforce includes a diverse range of technical, engineering, and policy professionals. The common factor across our staff is a sense of curiosity, well developed analytical and communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to engage effectively with a broad range of domestic and international counterparts.

    Our ideal candidate will be able to articulate in their pitch how they have applied their professional experience or understanding of an issue, process, or technology to deliver a meaningful outcome that advanced their organisation’s interests in a field related to scientific research or engineering, regulatory activities, or international policy. 

    Our ideal candidate will be able to:

    • apply technical knowledge or understanding to contribute towards meaningful outcomes;
    • work with complex or technical data to inform policy advice or improve organisational processes;
    • distil complex or technical information into clear and concise advice suitable for consideration by a non-technical audience; and
    • build collaborative relationships with internal or external stakeholders.
    Key duties  
    The key duties of the position(s) include: 
    • as part of a small team, conducting analysis to inform regulatory activities in line with Nuclear Non-Proliferation (Safeguards) Act 1987;
    • assisting designated nuclear safeguards inspectors during domestic or international inspections of permit holders and those conducting nuclear-related research;
    • engaging with international counterparts and intergovernmental organisations such as the International Atomic Energy Agency;
    • providing technical advice on nuclear-related issues to inform policy development; 
    • conducting research into regulatory and governance structures related to the operation of nuclear reactors as well as nuclear-related facilities and logistics networks; 
    • under guidance, liaising with internal and external stakeholders to solicit information, achieve consensus, and develop whole-of-Government strategies to manage sensitive issues; and
    • as part of a small team, conducting domestic and regional outreach related to nuclear safeguards and security issues.

     Please click here to apply.


  • 18 Apr 2023 4:53 PM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  01/05/2023

    • Multiple Positions Available
    • Ongoing | Full Time | $120k - $134k +15.4% super 
    • Inclusive and Diverse Organisation | Health & Well-being Programs | Flexible Work Practices
    • Exciting and challenging opportunity to apply strong Work Health and Safety, Radiation Protection or System Engineering skills ensuring a safe workplace

    About the Opportunity

    This is an exciting opportunity to join the newly formed Nuclear Assurance Group being established to provide a dedicated independent safety review team and is a key element in ANSTO’s safety systems to protect workers, the community and environment. The position requires a strong Work Health and Safety, Radiation Protection or System Engineering background, an eye for detail and ability to understand and evaluate complex hazardous work environments, systems and processes. Ability to think outside the box to identify potential deficiencies and determine the adequacy of safety cases is required.

    About You

    "The ideal candidate will take initiative and work independently to complete tasks with minimum guidance. Someone who has a strong motivation to succeed in a newly established team and take leadership seriously to inspire their fellow team members and boost overall team performance".  - Rachel Ahyong, Safety and Reliability Assurance Manager

    Your Duties and Responsibilities

    • Provide authoritative and expert independent review of nuclear Safety cases, risk assessments and change requests for submission to ARPANSA
    • Provide frank and fearless advice and recommendations to the Chief Nuclear Officer as to whether safety cases are justified in terms of the overall net benefit
    • Support the operational integration of nuclear and radiological assurance initiatives across the ANSTO Group
    • Ensure conformance to regulations, standards and codes set by external authorities, reviews and quality audits. 
    • Provide expert and specialist advice on complex matters to assure a focus on appropriate control of hazardous activities.

    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 Rachel Ahyong on (02) 9717 9986.  For all other queries please contact Talent Acquisition on (02) 9717 9361.

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

     Please click here to apply.

  • 18 Apr 2023 8:58 AM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  08/05/2023

    • Ongoing
    • Full Time
    • Salary range $88,408 to $124,403

    The key duties of the position include:

    The Job

    • Plan, conduct and manage research and monitoring projects related to the assessment of radiological impacts to people and the environment from uranium mining operations and site rehabilitation in the Alligator Rivers Region of the Northern Territory. 
    • Assist in defining field sampling and laboratory analysis requirements to meet environmental research and monitoring objectives, and undertake field and laboratory-based work as required to collect and analyse samples. 
    • Assist in evaluating radionuclide datasets and assessing radiation doses to people and the environment from uranium mining operations and site rehabilitation. 
    • Manage or supervise staff. 
    • Communicate research and monitoring results to key stakeholders and the broader scientific community, including leading or contributing to the write up of journal papers. 
    • Assist in the review of regulatory applications for uranium mining and other actions. 
    • Contribute to the work of other research programs in ERISS.


    What we are looking for
    Knowledge and experience

    • Knowledge of radioactive decay processes. 
    • Knowledge of radiation dose assessment concepts and methods. 
    • Experience conducting or contributing to research in the field of radioecology or radiation protection. 
    • Experience analysing radionuclide data. 
    • Experience presenting research findings at conferences and/or as an author on journal publications.


    Skills and capabilities

    • Ability to plan and manage scientific research projects, including completing them to specified timelines. 
    • Ability to work effectively as part of a small team and as part of a multidisciplinary research institute. 
    • Ability to plan and undertake field work in remote locations for durations of up to a week at a time. 
    • Sound technical writing skills as well as the ability to produce plain English summaries of technical information. 
    • Ability to communicate science to technical and non-technical audiences. 
    • Strong aptitude for learning and applying new concepts and data analysis methods.


    Mandatory Qualifications

    • A Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from an Australian University or qualification of equivalent standard from an Australian or overseas university, or other qualifications appropriate to the duties.
    • Relevant research experience in an area of science relevant to the role.

     

    Please click here to apply.

  • 18 Apr 2023 8:55 AM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  08/05/2023

    • Ongoing
    • Full Time
    • Salary range $132,155 to $163,620
    • Classification Executive Level 2

    The key duties of the position include:

    The Job

    • Plan, conduct and manage research and monitoring projects related to the assessment of radiological impacts to people and the environment from uranium mining operations and site rehabilitation in the Alligator Rivers Region of the Northern Territory. 
    • Apply sound judgement and technical expertise to determine field sampling and laboratory analysis requirements to meet environmental research and monitoring objectives, and undertake field- and laboratory-based work as required to collect and analyse samples. 
    • Evaluate complex datasets of radionuclide and other information and apply data analysis tools for assessing radiation doses to people and the environment from uranium mining operations and site rehabilitation. 
    • Manage and mentor staff. 
    • Communicate research and monitoring results to key stakeholders and the broader scientific community, including publication of high-quality papers in peer-reviewed journals as lead author. 
    • Provide expert technical advice on regulatory applications for uranium mining and other actions consistent with national and international standards for radiation protection. 
    • Provide strategic direction to the environmental radioactivity work program and contribute to the work of other research programs in ERISS.


    What we are looking for
    Knowledge and experience

    • Expert knowledge of radioactive decay processes and radiation exposure pathways relevant to uranium mining. 
    • Expert knowledge of national and international best practice recommendations for radiation protection of the public and the environment. 
    • Experience conducting radiological impact assessments for the public and the environment, preferably in a uranium mining context. 
    • Experience managing staff. 
    • Experience leading and managing scientific research projects and associated resources. 
    • Proven record of high-quality research papers in the field of radioecology and/or radiation protection.


    Skills and capabilities

    • Leadership skills that inspire a good sense of teamwork and achieve results. 
    • Ability to manage staff, resources, timelines and budgets. 
    • Ability to train and mentor staff to build capability and capacity in radiological impact assessment. 
    • Ability to establish and foster research collaborations with other government agencies, industry and/or universities. 
    • Ability to represent SSB nationally and internationally at scientific forums and on expert working groups. 
    • Ability to work effectively as part of a small team and as part of a larger multidisciplinary environmental research institute. 
    • Ability to plan and undertake field work in remote locations for durations of up to a week at a time. 
    • Highly developed technical writing skills as well as the ability to produce plain English summaries of technical information. 
    • Ability to communicate science to technical and non-technical audiences.


    Mandatory Qualifications

    • A Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from an Australian University or qualification of equivalent standard from an Australian or overseas university, or other qualification appropriate to the duties.
    • Relevant research experience in an area of science relevant to the role as well as professional experience and publication record in radioecology, radiation protection or a related discipline.

     

    Please click here to apply


  • 11 Apr 2023 9:06 AM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  30/04/2023

    • 3 Year Contract
    • Full Time

    About the Role

    Key responsibilities include:

    • Performing the duties imposed upon the Radiation Safety Officer by The Act (South Australia Radiation Protection and Control Act 1982) and The Regulations (South Australia Radiation Protection and Control (Ionising Radiation) Regulations 2015)
    • Acting as liaison between the South Australian Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and SAHMRI
    • Advising SAHMRI staff and the SAHMRI Radiation Safety Committee on all aspects of radiation protection applicable to the activities carried out by SAHMRI
    • Facilitate new and ongoing radiation activities at SAHMRI as chair of the Radiation Safety Committee
    • Maintaining and regularly reviewing the SAHMRI Radiation Management Plan and Radiation Safety Manual
    • Performing internal inspections and audits on SAHMRI’s licensed premises and registered radiation apparatus
    • Providing specialised knowledge in radiation science and radiation protection to SAHMRI researchers to aid in starting and implementing projects with radiation

    About You

    The successful candidate will possess the following key attributes:

    • Relevant Bachelor’s level degree or higher
    • Certification in Quality Management, Internal Auditing, Safety or similar is desirable
    • Expertise in quality, compliance and work health and safety management within a complex organisational structure
    • Experience in research in a field of bioscience or similar
    • Substantial experience in gaining accreditation in relation to Safety and Quality MS such as ISO and NATA
    • Sound knowledge of international Quality Systems Regulations
    • Working experience with risk management concepts and tools
    • Working knowledge of research facility, equipment and process qualification/validation

    Special Requirements

    • Some out of hours work may be required.
    • DCSI Employment Screening and Police Checks may be required.
    • Be contactable to assist with any radiation incidents, accidents and emergencies
    • Have, or obtain all relevant EPA licenses
    • Liaise between SAHMRI and South Australian universities, research organisations and SAHMRI partners (SAHMRI RSO provides radiation safety services for Adelaide Uni and Flinders Uni, Dr Jones & Partners, RAH and is a member of the CRIC Quality and Safety Committee)

    Please click here to apply.

  • 11 Apr 2023 9:04 AM | Matthew (Administrator)

    Application closing date:  19/04/2023

    • Long term contract (until 20 March 2024) and full time (37.5 hours per week).
    • PO1 ($66,469 - $81,142 per annum) + 10.5% super to your choice of superfund.

    About the Role
    The Site Contamination Officer will be required to critically review and assess reports held by and presented to the EPA. The Site Contamination Officer will undertake various projects, investigations and assignments and provide associated administrative support on issues relating to site contamination and associated statutory requirements under the Environment Protection Act 1993.

    What the EPA Offers
    The EPA boasts a range of different flexible working arrangements which include flexitime (flexible start and finish times), working from home, compressed weeks and purchased leave.

    The EPA understands that there is more to life than working and as such prioritise people first. We want our employees to feel that their working needs will be met in this modern and ever-evolving working landscape.

    Essential Qualifications
    Bachelor degree in science, engineering or other recognised degree level qualification that is related to site contamination.

    Special Conditions
    - This role has been designated as a Position of Trust pursuant to the standards required in the Australian Government Protective Security Policy Framework. A current National Police Clearance is essential.
    - The incumbent will occasionally be required to travel to sites in country areas and interstate.
    - The incumbent may be required to work out of hours and as the need arises.
    - A current driver’s licence is essential.

    Please click here to apply.

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