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Radiological Coordinator

MAJOR FUNCTION: Highly responsible technical work with responsibility for training, planning and public relations matters concerning all facets of the Radiological Emergency. Response to an incident or accident involving the nuclear power plant facility.

·       Knowledge of local, federal and state laws and regulations relative to organizing and maintaining a Radiological Emergency Response program.
·        Knowledge of organizational techniques and modern management techniques.
·       Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associated, officials, civic groups and the general public.
·       Ability to conduct effective public relations programs relating to the Radiological Emergency Response effort.

·       Intermediate to Advanced skills in use of office software programs such as Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Ability to learn County software programs such as Banner, Cityview and GIS.


·       Insures all emergency response personnel receive training and upgrade training on all subjects pertaining to nuclear power plant incidents or accidents.
·       Coordinates and revises all facets of the Radiological Emergency Plan for nuclear power plants. Insures the state of readiness and accountability of all County radiation detection equipment.
·        Insures the issuing and accountability of all radiation exposure records.
·       Directs the recording and safe keeping of all radiation exposure records.
·       Insures the Director receives all the radiological data and protective actions disseminated as results of a radiological incident or accident.
·       Maintains awareness of State/County plans and Nuclear Regulatory Commission rules and regulations, all reports, forms and procedures to insure proper actions in the event of an incident of accident as pertaining to the nuclear power facility.
·       Maintains awareness of the siren warning system and insure periodic testing is performed as required.
·       Coordinates and assists other "risk" and "host" counties to insure all viable procedures are available in the event of an incident or accident at the nuclear power plant.
·        Performs related work as requested or assigned.

ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL SKILLS: Constant working inside and outside the office. Good vision and hearing with or without correction. Very frequent light carrying (30 lbs or less). Occasional walking and frequent standing. Good speaking voice.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION REQUIREMENTS: 50% working inside office in a sedentary position. 50% working outside under adverse weather conditions of cold, heat, humidity and rain.

WORK HAZARDS: Working with radiological equipment and sources. Working near or with hazardous waste material. Working in and out of disaster areas (man made or natural).

SAFETY EQUIPMENT USED OR NEEDED: Safety vest, work gloves, radiological suit and breathing mask.

EDUCATION: Graduation from a four-year college or university required.
EXPERIENCE: Must have fundamental radiological training with a working knowledge of nuclear power radiation hazards. Training as a radiological defense officer and radiological instructor, or equivalent teaching experience. Must have ability to write plans. Must have an understanding of government functions in emergencies. A comparable amount of training and experience may be substituted for the minimum requirements.
LICENSE CERTIFICATION OR REGISTRATION: Must have a valid Florida Driver's License and maintain a good driving record.