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Constellation Radiation Protection Technical Specialist in Oswego, New York


As the nation's largest producer of clean, carbon-free energy, Constellation is a company purposely-built to meet the challenges of the climate crisis. Constellation has been the leader in clean energy production for more than a decade and we are growing our company and capabilities. Now, we're accelerating, speeding our low-carbon or no-carbon power to more people in more places, day and night, providing our customers and communities with options to buy, manage and use energy as part of their decarbonization mission. The race is on to confront the climate crisis and Constellation is ready to meet the challenge. Come join us as we lead energy, together.


Constellation offers a wide range of benefits and rewards, designed to help our employees thrive professionally and personally. In addition to highly competitive salaries, we offer a bonus program, 401(k) with company match, employee stock purchase program; comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits, including a robust wellness program; paid time off for vacation, holidays and sick days; and much more.

Entry-level or Job title $(90,000) - $(100,000)

Mid-level or Job title $(109,000) - $(122,000)

Ranges are per year based on experience, along with a comprehensive benefits package that includes bonus and 401K.


Is accountable for implementing the station technical programs such as Dosimetry, Instrumentation, respiratory programs, self assessments and CAP processes, procedure implementation, and other programmatic processes as assigned. Implements the long term planning processes of Exelon to insure programs are up to date from a regulatory and a technical perspective. Is accountable for performing the technical evaluations commensurate with program evaluations for internal and external exposure evaluations, isotopic mix trending, whole body count, emergency plan plume dispersions, and other calculations as required by the program. Implements continuous learning with regards to both technical and regulatory changes in Health Physics programs and shares with peers.

*This* Rad Pro Technical Specialist role can be filled at Mid-level or Senior level. Please see minimum qualifications list below for each level*


  • Tracking and monitoring RP metrics for technical programs and generate corrective actions to insure programs are free of regulatory risk.

  • Work with fleet peers to benchmark and improve programs to industry best performance including cost, execution, and standardization.

  • Perform assessments of programs to identify problems and systematically correct. Performs technical calculations required for program fidelity. Has a detailed knowledge of the SDP process, 10CFR20 and other regulations utilized to implement programmatic requirements.

  • Coordinate procedure changes to programs with the site and fleet and write transition plans to insure appropriate communications and change management.

  • Implement corrective actions, self assessments, and benchmarking into departmental and self learning objectives and develops and performs training to be used to improve department performance.

  • Attend meetings representing Radiation Protection with regards to programmatic issues with NOS, regulators, and station CAP.

  • Perform in field observations of work and insure that appropriate standards of performance are met

Minimum Qualifications Rad Pro Technical Specialist

Minimum Qualification

  • B.S. Degree in Health Physics (or related field) and 1 year related work experience in radiation protection or,

  • Associate Degree in Health Physics (or related science) and 3 years related experience in radiation, protection or

  • High school diploma with ANSI RP technician qualifications, or

  • at least 5 years of RP-related experience in a nuclear power facility Excellent computer skill. Capability to learn passport, excel, access, Canberra system software, and other software as needed to manage and implement programs Strong written and oral communication skills

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS SR Rad Pro Technical Specialist

  • BS degree in health physics or related science with 4 years experience in radiation protection or

  • Associate Degree in health physics or related science and 6 years of experience in radiation protection or

  • High School Diploma with four years ANSI Rad Protection Technician qualifications, or at least eight years radiation protection related experience in a nuclear power facility.

  • Demonstrated communications ability both written and oral


Successfully completed NRRPT or the CHP certifications

Constellation is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and employees or applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law.