Collect and test samples to monitor results of nuclear experiments and contamination of humans, facilities, and environment.
Chemistry Technician, Health Physics Technician (HP Tech), Nuclear Chemistry Technician, Radiation / Chemistry Technician, Radiation Control Technician (Radcon Technician), Radiation Protection Specialist (RP Specialist), Radiation Protection Technician (RPT), Radiation Technician, Radiochemical Technician, Senior Health Physics Technician, Senior Radiation Protection Technician
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