Determined worker with an extraordinary work ethic, looking to continue and expand upon a career in Radiation Protection. Experienced in the field of radiation protection with a drive to constantly learn new things and expand upon my knowledge of the field. Driven to accomplish the end goal no matter the obstacles in place. Will always deliver a product of the highest quality. Takes accountability for assignments and is self driven to complete work at the highest standard.
- Experienced with management of time and resources in high stress, time sensitive environments.
- Experienced in scheduling of work and activities.
- Proficient in software applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
- Familiar with Exposure databases such as HIS-20, and survey generation programs such as VSDS.
- Familiar with Instrument theory and repair.
Supervised team of technicians in supporting day to day plant operations and maintenance activities requiring radiation protection oversight.
Duties included identifying work activities requiring RP job coverage, validating appropriate Radiation Work Permits were written and active to support the task, classifying the work according to risk per procedural guidance, and ensuring appropriate risk reviews were performed when valid. Additionally, validated all surveys performed in accordance with procedural and RWP guidance and performed reviews and approvals of all surveys ensuring they met the highest standards.
Managed technician work activities and job assignments, and performed oversight of job coverage activities, area postings and de-postings, surveys, and unconditional release of materials and equipment from the Radiological Control Areas.
Co-managed a large team of technicians during plant refueling outages including station technicians and supplemental technicians while providing guidance and oversight of plant refueling operations and maintenance. Generally assigned as Supervisor of CTMT refueling activities and upgrade projects, and many procedurally designated High Radiological Risk Activities including diving, radiography, fuel movement, entry into posted Very High Radiation Areas, transfer canal entries and entries under the reactor head.
Oversaw the ALARA program as the interim supervisor during the majority of 2019. Duties included assisting with development and review of online station ALARA goals, RWP development, daily ALARA dose reporting, Post Job Reviews, Work In Progress Reviews, Shielding Activities and CRE (Collective Rad Exposure) updates and projections.
Acted as the RP Operations training liaison for the last two years, coordinating training activities with the Training Instructor and scheduling training including classroom and On the Job Training. Performed classroom training for both Initial and Continuing training on many occasions as a SME (Subject Matter Expert). Maintained all technician qualifications and became qualified in all new duties prior to technicians to facilitate training of the tasks. Qualified as a On the Job Trainer and Task Performance Evaluator and performed and qualified technicians in all varieties of tasks required to become Senior Technician and Shift Technician Qualified.
Qualified as multiple positions in the Station Emergency Response Organization including Assistant Radiation Protection Supervisor and Manager Radiological Consequence Assessment.
Performed duties assigned during online plant operations including shift coverage on days and nights assigned to the Shift Manager, routine and job coverage surveys, personnel briefings and various job coverage activities. Online job coverage experience includes valve and pump disassembly and reassembly, sump and tank cleaning, Spent Fuel Pool Activities, resin transfers, filter changes and disposal and outage preparation activities.
Assigned as the lead technician on many online and outage activities such as the Refuel Bridge Upgrade Project, Bare Metal and Volumetric Inspections of the Reactor Head, Steam Generator Primary and Secondary Side cleaning and maintenance, Diving Activities, and Reactor Disassembly and Reassembly.
Qualified as Radiological Monitoring Team member on the Station Emergency Response Organization.
Responded as the on duty technicians for unusual events such as medical emergencies in the Radiological Control Area, Loss of Offsite power resulting in a dual unit trip, and various other plant transients.
Performed duties assigned, including routine surveys and low risk job coverage activities under instruction of senior technicians.
Assigned to the dosimetry department and the HP Calibration Lab for 6 month periods.
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