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In coordination with the overall efforts of the Environmental Health & Safety Department, the Radiation Safety Technician performs duties specific to the Radiation Safety Program in providing ionizing radiation safety services to researchers using radioactive materials and radiation producing machines.
This position is a 10 month appointment, August 2018 through May 2019.