Health Physics Monitor

Carbon60 are looking to recruit a Health Physics Monitor for our client in the West Kilbride,Ayrshire area. The job is on going and pay rate is negotiable. We are looking for a Health Physics Monitor who is fully qualified and previous experience with the following duties and responsibilities:

Job Duties

Health physics technicians use equipment, such as spectrometers and gamma counters, to determine levels of radiation. They calculate exposure times and instruct workers in safety procedures and precautions, including the use of radiation detectors and protective gear. Health physics technicians monitor work environments for fluctuations in radioactivity levels and perform decontamination procedures. Additional duties may include repairing equipment, creating reports and maintaining safety records.

Education and Certification Requirements

Employers prefer individuals who have some post-secondary education or training. Many health physics technicians complete an associate's degree program in health physics or a related science field, such as biology, chemistry, physics or environmental technologies. Some community colleges and technical schools also offer certificate programs in health physics or radiation protection. The coursework in these programs covers nuclear technology, radiation detection, radiological emergencies, instrumentation and protection. Associate's degree programs also typically include practical experience.

Anyone interested in this role that has the experience and qualifications should send their CV direct to this AD or contact Carbon60 on 0141 353 2354 and ask for Grant or Jan.

The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Carbon60 is a trading name of Carbon60 Limited an Employment Business/Agency.