$36,051 annually. Includes a comprehensive benefits package.
Description of Duties:
The Occupational & Environmental Safety Technician's primary function is to support PRRT/Lutathera radiopharmaceutical therapies. The Occupational & Environmental Safety Technician performs radiation room preparations to minimize radioactive contamination of the patient's room, which will reduce the risk for staff radioactive contamination and spread or transfer of radioactive contamination from the room and reduce radioactive decontamination time and effort post-therapy. They will also remove all contaminated trash and linen to decay-in-storage, decontaminate the patient room and manage the radioactive waste generated. The Occupational & Environmental Safety Technician will also support Roswell Park through various Radiation Safety Department tasks such as trash and waste that are found to be radioactive by Environmental Services, performing radiation surveys and wipe tests, and any other appropriate Radiation Safety functions.
Applicants must have an Associate’s degree and the equivalent of one year of full-time occupational safety and health experience related to general safety, fire protection, accident prevention and/or accident investigation; or a High School diploma or High School Equivalency diploma and the equivalent of three years of full-time occupational safety and health experience related to general safety, fire protection, accident prevention and/or accident investigation. The preferred candidate will have experience in radiopharmaceutical therapies, computer skills, including word processing, spreadsheet and database manipulation, and will have radiation protection skills. They will also have the ability to appropriately use radiation measurement devices, will be able to work in a clinical environment, and will be sensitive to the healthcare needs and Roswell Park's patients. They will have adequate communication skills and the ability to work in a diverse environment.
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