RAP Stabilization Training POC
Job posting number: #7121185 (Ref:414724)
Posted: January 14, 2023
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
This position is to serve as the Radiological Assistance Program (RAP) Stabilization (STAB) Training POC. This position must be a current RAP billeted team member. This position must start on April 1st. This position will be responsible for:
Develop STAB educational materials and execute training.
Travel across the country to become trained and qualified for STAB.
Identify, instruct, and maintain a cadre proficient with the appropriate skills to assist in the delivery of the STAB training.
Obtain and Maintain RAP qualifications specific to this position.
Assist and take direction from the Regional Operations Manager (ROM) as assigned.
This position will be the primary point of contact for Stabilization events for RAP region 5. DOE/NNSA maintains several RAP regions across the country to respond to radiological emergencies as they arise. This position will require frequent more than 50% travel to conduct stabilization trainings.
To be considered you must have:
Must be a current DOE RAP team member (RAP Regions 1-8 qualified members may apply).
Must be in position April 1st , no exceptions.
Knowledge and skill sufficient to plan, organize, design and conduct training and outreach to emergency management and other FSTTL partners.
Excellent organization, communication, and networking skills.
Knowledge and skills to provide training on scientific principles and equipment capabilities to technical personnel within RAP and outside the DOE community.
Knowledge and skill in planning and participation in emergency response operations.
Skill in project management.
Ability to communicate assessment of radiological data to non-technical decision makers in an emergency situation.
Ability to effectively communicate problems and solutions to team members and the RAP Regional Response Coordinator (RRC), both orally and in writing, and maintain interpersonal relations are essential.
Ability to effectively communicate orally with other state, federal, tribal and local agencies as needed through outreach and training activities is essential.
RD4: Bachelor’s and 12+years, Master’s and 7+years, or Doctorate and 6+ years.
RD5: Bachelor’s and 15+ years, Master’s and 12+ years, or Doctorate and 10+ years.
Experience in the analysis of special nuclear material in classified configurations is highly desirable.
A current DOE "Q" clearance is required for this position.
Previous Emergency Response experience, radiation detection experience and/or Health Physics Certification is desirable.
A successful candidate must have the ability to model Argonne’s Core Values: Impact, Safety, Respect, Integrity, and Teamwork.
Job FamilyResearch Development (RD)
Job ProfileEmergency Mgmt Systems Analysis 4
Time TypeFull time
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