PROJECT ENGINEER, RADIATION PRO­TECTION AND DAN­GEROUS GOODS (M/F/O)

Jul 18, 2019 | Jobs

Into your future with self-moti­vation and a clear focus on results

DAHER NUCLEAR TECH­NO­LOGIES GmbH, is a spe­cia­lized service pro­vider in the nuclear trans­por­tation business and a sub­si­diary of the French DAHER Group. We work on the planning and management of ship­ments for the nuclear industry, the storage of radioactive mate­rials at the company site and deve­loping com­ponents and con­tainers for the trans­por­tation and storage of such mate­rials.

A strong team and a long term com­mitment allow inde­pendent working and per­sonal further deve­lopment.

Inno­vative energy, pro­gress and com­pe­tence and the wil­lingness to work at all levels lead to a high level of reco­gnition worldwide.

For the long-term streng­t­hening and expansion of our “Radiation Pro­tection / Dan­gerous Goods Department” we are seeking a Project Engineer, Radiation Pro­tection and Dan­gerous Goods (m/f/o)

Your tasks and respon­si­bi­lities

  • Project management in the fields of radiation pro­tection, dis­posal, dan­gerous goods and trans­por­tation
  • Sche­duling and deadline management
  • Review and con­ception of tech­nical planning docu­ments
  • Holding tech­nical dis­cus­sions with experts and rep­re­sen­ta­tives of aut­ho­rities in various coun­tries
  • Reporting and docu­men­tation
  • Creation and review of con­cepts for storage at the Hanau site
  • Pro­ducing inst­ruc­tions for radiation pro­tection and for the trans­por­tation of radioactive mate­rials
  • Super­vising the wareh­ouses within the scope of storage licenses; pre­paring and con­ducting official inspec­tions
  • Handling mea­su­rement systems
  • Car­rying out the tasks of the Deputy Radiation Pro­tection Officer, the Deputy Hazard Inci­dents Officer in accordance with the Federal Emission Control Act (BImSchV) and the Deputy Dan­gerous Goods Officer
  • Working in third party instal­la­tions
  • Control of nuclear mate­rials (EURATOM, IAEA)
  • App­lying for nuclear and dan­gerous goods trans­por­tation permits at home and abroad
  • Holding training courses / brie­fings in the radiation pro­tection, nuclear law and dan­gerous goods law fields
  • Rep­re­senting DAHER NUCLEAR TECH­NO­LOGIES at national and inter­na­tional radiation pro­tection events and con­gresses

Your Profile

  • You have suc­cess­fully com­pleted your studies to qualify as an engineer in the fields of radiation pro­tection, nuclear tech­nology, envi­ron­mental tech­nology or a com­pa­rable spe­cia­li­sation
  • You have a good know­ledge of nuclear, radiation pro­tection, dan­gerous goods and Federal Emission Pro­tection law
  • You have already gained expe­rience as a Radiation Pro­tection, Dan­gerous Goods or Hazardous Inci­dents Officer
  • You have a good know­ledge of spoken and written English; a know­ledge of French is desi­rable but not abso­lutely necessary
  • You are con­fident in the use of common MS Office pro­grammes: Word, Excel, Power­Point, Outlook
  • You have a talent for orga­ni­zation and work in a very careful and struc­tured manner
  • Relia­bility, fle­xi­bility, taking care and a precise method of working are a matter of course for you
  • Your per­sonal profile is rounded off by a pro­nounced ability to work in a team, com­mu­nicate and resolve con­flicts with internal depart­ments and external ent­ities (customers, aut­ho­rities and sup­pliers)

Do these chal­lenges appeal to you? Then please send your infor­mative app­li­cation docu­ments, (by e-mail if you wish, to M.Lamm@daher.com) indi­cating your ear­liest pos­sible starting date and your salary wishes::

DAHER NUCLEAR TECH­NO­LOGIES GmbH
attn. Mr. Michael Lamm (Head of Human Resources)
Mar­garete-von-Wrangell-Straße 7, D-63457 Hanau
Phone (0 61 81) 5 01 – 1 14

www.daher-nuclear-technologies.com