Job: IRC22267 Process Technician 2 (Temp FT)


Job TitleIRC22267 Process Technician 2
LocationLarge Components Projects Memphis Office

·         Loads and packs materials into containers for transportation, functions as a control room operator as required, operates a forklift and other heavy equipment as required and reviews documentation of radioactive materials for completion and accuracy.  Operates specialized sorting, segregation, size reduction, treatment, and repackaging operations in strict accordance with procedures. May specialize in one area but will attain knowledge and skills in other areas of operations.

·         Follows all safety rules, regulations and procedures. Maintains a clean and orderly work area.

·         Receives oral and/or written instructions from supervisors. Reads and interprets equipment, operations and procedures manuals, as well as waste processing specifications, to be accountable for activities within assigned areas.

·         Operates machinery as required.

·         Wears personal protective equipment (PPE) up to level A when working in contaminated zones following the company’s health physics regulations.

·         Maintains all logs, manifests, records and reports associated with all operations areas to issue and/or maintain the identity of all materials using bar codes.

·         Receives, unloads, identifies, weighs and processes materials through sorting, shredding, overpacking, sea/land operation, resin, compaction, decontamination, special waste operation, metal melting, incineration, tracking systems operation and demolition support activities.

·         Prepares, seals and inspects containers for containment, reliability and redirect as required ensuring quality and reliability of product integrity.

·         Conducts daily, weekly, and monthly facility inspection rounds to ensure safety systems are within tolerances.

·         Drives tractor-trailers or other rigs to transport radioactive and non-radioactive materials within a local area.

·         Prepares bill of lading for transportation of materials in accordance with Department of Transportation requirements.

·         Reviews, problem solves, performs data entry and quality checks on documentation of radioactive waste materials and outgoing radioactive shipments to ensure data is accurately tracked from receipt, through all operation processes and to final disposition.

·         Generates and reviews radioactive material shipment data to assure compliance with policies, procedures, licenses, contracts and appropriate regulations.

·         Performs control room operations.

·         Demonstrates familiarization with multiple processes such as special waste, material processes, decontamination, incineration, metal melt, compaction, warehouse/yard and tracking systems.

·         Works under supervision.

·         Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

·         Ability to read and interpret documents

·         Effective communication skills

·         Ability to pass a pre-employment/hazwoper physical

·         Strong general knowledge of processes and procedures to perform work in zones safely

·         Basic computer skills

·         Proficient in a minimum of two areas

·         Proficient on work bench and/or Accutrack

·         Must be able to read and interpret Pick List instructions

·         Ability to lift, carry, push, pull up to 50 pounds; handle, grip, and reach above or below shoulder

·         Ability to work in extreme weather conditions (hot or cold)

·         Ability to lift 50 pounds

·         Ability to work at elevated heights, i.e. portable ladders, fixed ladders, rolling platforms, etc.

·         Ability to use hands and feet to accomplish tasks as assigned

·         Ability to sit, stand, walk, climb, bend/stoop, crouch, kneel, crawl, twist at the waist and balance

·         Ability to effectively communicate; pass audiogram in hearing conservation program as required by location

·         Ability to see close and distance; basic colors/shades

·         Ability to work inside an office, outside and in extreme temperatures

·         Ability to work with machinery vibration, power tools, moving objects/hazardous machines, and slippery/uneven walking surfaces

·         Ability to work with others and interact with the public

·         Ability to operate equipment and drive a vehicle


Minimum Qualifications and Years of Experience


·         High School Diploma or equivalent experience



·         Forklift and crane operating certifications

·         DOE Certified Rad Worker II and respirator qualified

·         24 hour Hazwoper certification and Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) qualified

·         Powered Industrial Vehicle (PIV) Qualified/confined space qualified preferred


Required Experience

·         Minimum of 1  year of experience


Preferred Experience

·         4 years of experience


How To Apply

EnergySolutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


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