Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe is looking for suitable candidates in the above mentioned field.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Daily receipting
- Daily banking
- Bank reconciliations
- Maintaining and promoting excellent stakeholder relations
- Managing assets
- General record keeping.
- A minimum of a Diploma in Accounting/Finance/Banking or equivalent
- 5 O’Levels including Maths and English
- Class 4 Driver’s Licence
- A minimum of 2 traceable references
- Computer literate
- Experience in handling cash is an added advantage.
Applications accompanied with detailed CVs should be send to email@example.com not later than close of business on 15 December 2020
Radiation Protection Technicians shall be graduates from Applied Science &Technology Programs from reputable institutions. This an entry level role and the candidate shall be responsible for Radiation Physics, instrumentation and Radiation Protection (Waste Management, Dosimetry and Environmental monitoring Services).
- Selecting and setting up the required laboratory equipment for tests, experiments, and analyses.
- Conducting laboratory tests for qualitative and quantitative analyses of various substances and materials. (radiochemistry, environmental monitoring, waste management, radiation dosimetry and Radiation Physics Measurements).
- Provide reports, analysis and research on relevant issues as directed by assigned supervisors.
- Carry out duties in accordance with the Authority’s safety standards, values and strategies.
- Any other roles as assigned by the line supervisor.
- Minimum of National Diploma in Applied Sciences or any other relevant qualification from a reputable institution.
- Strong analytical and observation skills.
- Ability to prepare technical reports.
Applications accompanied with detailed CVs and certified copies of qualifications should be sent to:
Deadline for submissions: 15 December 2020
As part of our mandate to protect the people and the environment against the effects of radiation, we will be monitoring vehicles being imported into Zimbabwe to assess if they are not contaminated with radiation.
This is standard practice meant to enhance the safety of the people against possible exposure to radiation and is done for imports from countries that have experienced nuclear disasters, including vehicles.
Our teams will be deployed at the countries’ ports of entry to monitor the vehicles being imported into the country and if any are found to be contaminated, these will be isolated and decontaminated on site in line with SI 281 of 2020 (Radiation Protection Safety and Security Amendment Regulations 2020 no. 5).
Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe is a regulatory body established under the Radiation Protection Act [Chapter 15:15] with a mandate to protect the people and the environment from the adverse effects of ionizing radiation SI 2020-281 Radiation Protection (Safety and Security of Radiation Sources) (Amendment) Regulations, 2020 (No. 5)
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The Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe (RPAZ) Board, Management and Staff wishes to notify its stakeholders that Mr Justice Chipuru has been appointed as the substantive Chief Executive Officer of the Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe (RPAZ) with effect from 01 September 2020.
A vastly experienced public servant, Mr Chipuru served in the education and energy sectors with distinction for 10 years prior to joining the Authority when it was established in 2010. He rose through the ranks to the position of Chief Licensing Officer before his appointment as Acting Chief Executive Officer in February 2019, serving with excellence until his latest appoint.
Mr Chipuru brings experience and an impressive academic portfolio to the Authority. He holds a BSc (Gen) degree in Biology and Geography from the University Of Zimbabwe (UZ), an MSc in Safety, Health and Environmental Management from the Midlands State University (MSU) and an MSc in Strategic Management from Chinhoyi University of Science and Technology (CUT). He is also a holder of a Diploma in Human Resources Development from the Institute of People Management Zimbabwe (IPMZ). Mr Chipuru is an alumnus of the World Nuclear University and the World Institute of Nuclear Security. He is currently studying for an MSc in International Affairs with the Midlands State University (MSU)
We at RPAZ extend our best wishes to him as he leads the organisation into a new era of enhanced protection of the people and the environment against the harmful effects of radiation.
We are situated at:
1 McCaw Drive/King George Road, Avondale; Harare
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Please find attached the dosimetry contract for your kind attention, the contract lays out the general requirements for facilities that are using Authority dosimeters as well as issues of proper handling, use and return of dosimeters. It is now a requirement for facilities that require dosimeters to sign the contract for the provision of the dosimetry service.
Please complete the form and submit it to RPAZ at your earliest convenience. You are also reminded to ensure dosimeters are submitted to RPAZ for reading as per the dosimetry schedule for your facility.
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the link to download the contract.
Please see below pdf file of press statement issued by RPAZ in the Herald of 27 august 2020