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Hello radiological protectors

Find out more about roles in radiological protection

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Radiological Protection

Radiological Protection, also known as Health Physics, centres on the protection of people and the environment.

As a radiation protection practitioner, you’ll use scientific techniques and equipment to measure and monitor radiation, assess risks and ensure the safety of the workplace, the general public and the environment.

You’ll also give advice and guidance about possible hazards, including radioactive materials and waste. This can include advising about legal requirements and making recommendations for design improvements.

Our roles

A typical role could involve:

  • Ensuring that radiation safety regulations are observed
  • Drawing up and implementing radiation protection policies and procedures
  • Monitoring and maintaining records of radiological and environmental conditions
  • Assessing and advising on the impact of releasing radioactive material on the environment and the safe transport of radioactive materials
  • Working with multiple different teams and stakeholders

Current opportunities

We’re delighted that you’re considering a career with the NDA group. Below you’ll see the opportunities that are currently available. When you click on a link you’ll be taken to an application process run by the NDA group company advertising the vacancy.