Welcome to the ARPS websiteThe Australasian Radiation Protection Society Inc (ARPS) is a professional society of members engaged in one or more aspects of radiation protection.
ARPS is an Associate Society of the International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA).
ARPS publishes a quarterly journal, Radiation Protection in Australasia, and a quarterly Newsletter for its members.
Global Medical Solutions (GMS) is a leading provider of nuclear medicine and diagnostic imaging products and services. The GMS Pharmacy mission is to be the premier provider of prepared time-critical radio-pharmaceuticals and comprehensive value-added pharmacy services which meet the needs of the professional health care community and their patients.
GMS is dedicated to providing quality services which exceed our customer's expectations and maintain their trust.
We are currently seeking an experienced Radiation Safety Officer to fill a position within the GMS Team. The position is a full-time role, and with the possible expansion of National coverage (to our other sites) this presents the candidate significant potential for both professional and career development, as well as excellent remuneration.
Responsibilities may include but not limited to:
* Management/Coordination of Radiation Safety requirements (as per RSM and SOP/Policies) are met.
* Maintenance of the Radiation Safety Manual in accordance with State specific requirements in a timely manner
* Reporting of KPIs to Senior Management
* Lead participation in regulatory audits (e.g. NSW EPA)
* Some minor project management work as required
* Oversight of dosimetry services
* Management of Radiation Incidents and Customer Inquiries
* Hold minimum qualification of a qualified medical physicist or science related equivalent
* Minimum of 2 years’ full time experience as a certified Radiation Safety Officer
* Working knowledge of NSW radiation control legislation
* Working knowledge of RSM requirements
* Ability to research and resolve a wide range of diverse technical issues using project management techniques
* Working knowledge of SOPs
* Sound written and verbal communication skills required
* Ability to work as part of a team
* Proven attention to detail
* Compounding pharmacy knowledge, specifically Radio-pharmacy
* Sterile manufacturing experience
* Nuclear Medicine knowledge
* Previously employed in a supervisory role within regulated industry (e.g. pharmaceuticals).
To express your interest in this position, apply online, or submit your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only suitable candidates will be contacted.
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The Radiation Health and Safety Advisory Council is an advisory body established under the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Act 1998. The role of the Council is to identify emerging issues relating to radiation protection and nuclear safety, including matters of major concern to the community, and to advise the CEO of the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency on those matters.
Members of Council are part-time appointments for a period of up to three years, made by the Assistant Minister for Rural Health following consultation with the CEO of ARPANSA. The current term of two Council members expires on 31 March 2017. Members receive sitting fees, as determined by the Remuneration Tribunal.
The Council requires a diverse membership to reflect the statutory responsibilities of the Council.
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The APPC-AIP Congress 2016 http://appc-aip2016.org.au/ ie. the joint APPC Asia Pacific Physics Conference and AIP Australian Institute of Physics Congress in conjunction with the AAPPS Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies and the AOS Australian Optical Society invites applications for AIP-APCTP International Travel Awards.
Significant funding for this initiative has been provided by the Australian Institute of Physics http://www.aip.org.au/ and the Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics https://www.apctp.org/ .
These travel grants are aimed at supporting students / early-career delegates from outside Australia to present their research at the APPC-AIP Congress in Brisbane (during the 4th-8th December 2016).
The closing date for Travel Award applications and their abstracts is Monday 15th August 2016.
For more information see: http://appc-aip2016.org.au/registration/?IntCatId=62
The Ionising Radiation Manager position (EOIR) acts as a radiation health physicist for the Defence Radiation Safety and Environment (DRSE) Directorate and provides it with ionising radiation (IR) technical expertise and IR safety guidance. EOIR will implement the DRSE IR safety sub-program under the direction of the Deputy Director Radiation Hazard Management. Sub-program tasks include: provision of IR advice; conduct of assurance inspections and site visits; technical oversight of the logistics life cycle for IR sources; development of IR policy and maintenance of IR publications. For additional information please download the information packs below.
Information Pack (MS Word Version)
Information Pack (PDF Version)
|Position Location:||Campbell Park, ACT|
|Salary:||$76,023 - $86,844 (plus super)|
|Employment Status:||Ongoing - Actual vacancy|
|Contact Officer:||Kevin Brett|
|02 6266 2769|
|Closing Date:||11:30pm (AEST), Wednesday, 15 June 2016|