>Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2008 12:31:58 -0400 >From: "Reinhardt, Peter"
>Subject: Opportunity: RSO at Yale University >To: Listserve DivCHAS >Accept-Language: en-US >Thread-topic: Opportunity: RSO at Yale University >Thread-index: Acihb+wiePCRQmkzSVatCkBenav6xgAAHE9QAABVCsA >acceptlanguage: en-US >X-PMX-Version: 18.104.22.1685704, Antispam-Engine: 22.214.171.1245393, > Antispam-Data: 2008.4.18.83716 >X-Perlmx-Spam: Gauge=IIIIIII, Probability=7%, Report='SUPERLONG_LINE 0.05, > BODY_SIZE_3000_3999 0, BODY_SIZE_5000_LESS 0, __C230066_P1_4 0, > __C230066_P2 0, __C230066_P5 0, __CT 0, __CTE 0, __CT_TEXT_PLAIN 0, > __FRAUD_419_MONEY 0, __FRAUD_419_MONEY_VALUE 0, __FRAUD_419_SUBJ_A 0, > __HAS_MSGID 0, __MIME_TEXT_ONLY 0, __MIME_VERSION 0, __OEM_PRICE 0, > __SANE_MSGID 0, __STOCK_PHRASE_7 0, __pbl.spamhaus.org_TIMEOUT ' >X-MS-Has-Attach: >X-MS-TNEF-Correlator: >X-YaleITSMailFilter: Version 1.2c (attachment(s) not renamed) >X-PureMessage-Version: 126.96.36.1995704, Antispam-Engine: 188.8.131.525393, > Antispam-Data: 2008.4.18.91318 >X-PureMessage-Spam: Gauge=IIIIIIII, Probability=8%, Report='HTML_70_90 0.1, > SUPERLONG_LINE 0.05, BODY_SIZE_10000_PLUS 0, __C230066_P1_4 0, > __C230066_P2 0, __C230066_P5 0, __CT 0, __CTYPE_HAS_BOUNDARY 0, > __CTYPE_MULTIPART 0, __CTYPE_MULTIPART_ALT 0, __FRAUD_419_MONEY 0, > __FRAUD_419_MONEY_VALUE 0, __FRAUD_419_SUBJ_A 0, __HAS_MSGID 0, > __HTML_BOLD 0, > __HTML_FONT_BLUE 0, __HTML_MSWORD 0, __MIME_HTML 0, __MIME_VERSION 0, > __OEM_PRICE 0, __SANE_MSGID 0, __STOCK_PHRASE_7 0, __STYLE_RATWARE_2 0, > __TAG_EXISTS_HTML 0' >X-LSVline1: Please post. Please forward to others who may be interested. >Original-recipient: rfc822;ert2002**At_Symbol_Here**MED.CORNELL.EDU > >This message was originally submitted >by peter.reinhardt**At_Symbol_Here**YALE.EDU to the >DCHAS-L list at LIST.UVM.EDU. If you simply forward it back to the >list, using >a mail command that generates "Resent-" fields (ask your local user >support or >consult the documentation of your mail program if >in doubt), it will be >distributed and the explanations you are now reading will >be removed >automatically. If on the other hand you edit the contributions you >receive into >a digest, you will have to remove this paragraph manually. Finally, >you should >be able to contact the author of this message by using >the normal "reply" >function of your mail program. > >----------------- Message requiring your approval (54 lines) >------------------ >Please post. Please forward to others who may be interested. > >Radiation Safety Officer > >Radiation Safety Section, Office of Environmental Health and Safety > >Yale University > >18 April 2008 > >Yale University is looking for a Radiation Safety Officer. Join our >dynamic Office of Environmental Health and Safety at one of the >world's premier universities, which is undergoing transformative >growth. Yale provides generous benefits and strongly supports OEHS. >New Haven has outstanding dining, theater and other culture, and is >close to all the attractions of New England and New York City. Fall >is beautiful. > >Job Summary: Reporting to the Director of Environmental Health and >Safety, this position serves as Yale University's Radiation Safety >Officer (RSO) for our registered x-ray equipment and three >radioactive material licenses. The RSO manages a comprehensive >radiation safety program, supervises OEHS' Radiation Safety Section, >and oversees the medical health physics activities of our PET >Center. Yale has 250 authorized users and 2,500 radiation workers, >1,700 of whom are assigned a dosimeter. Our RSO will need to >establish professional, service-oriented relationships with >customers and-as Yale's representative for licensing, reporting and >inspections-will be responsible for maintaining positive working >relationships with regulatory agencies. The person in this position >needs to build, support and be part of work teams in our >multi-disciplinary and highly collaborative office. > >Required Qualifications: Eight years or more of progressively >responsible health physics experience in a radiation safety program >at a research university, government research facility, medical >research center or a similar research/higher education work >environment. Master's or doctorate degree in health physics, >radiological health or other functionally-relevant field. >Alternatively, a bachelor's degree in health physics, radiological >health or other functionally-relevant field and comprehensive >certification by the American Board of Health Physics. Comprehensive >certification by the American Board of Health Physics is highly >preferred. Excellent management, writing, speaking and technical >skills are required. > >Please apply. Salary range is $78,000 to $110,000+. Applications >must be submitted on line via www.yale.edu/jobs (Refer to STARS Req >ID 3685BR). This position will remain open until 11 July 2008. For >more information and the full position description, please contact >Peter A. Reinhardt, Director, Office of Environmental Health & >Safety, Yale University, (203) 737-2123, >peter.reinhardt**At_Symbol_Here**yale.edu > >Yale University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity >Employer. Yale values diversity in its faculty, staff, and students >and strongly encourages applications from women and members of >underrepresented minority groups. ___________________________________ Erik A. Talley, Director Environmental Health and Safety Weill Cornell Medical College Cornell University 1300 York Avenue, Box 354 New York, NY 10065 212-746-6201 erik**At_Symbol_Here**med.cornell.edu http://www.med.cornell.edu/ehs
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