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The Future of Nuclear Energy is Here

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DOE’s Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program (ARDP) is funding the development of advanced nuclear reactors in partnership with U.S. industry. Idaho National Laboratory has an important role in these demonstrations, and we need professionals of all stripes to make these visions a reality. To demonstrate new reactors this decade, we will need to fill hundreds of positions: 

✅ Nuclear engineering  

✅ Computational modeling 

✅ Project management 

✅ Nuclear operations 

✅ Business and facility support, and more! 

Please visit our JOBS tab to see what new positions were posted today, or visit inl.gov/careers to peruse the dozens of new jobs we’re posting every week. Plug Into Nuclear with #FissionaryCareers

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Harry Valentine's picture
Harry Valentine on Nov 25, 2020

Nuclear remains as the viable option for carbon-free power generation, unitl problems relating to radiation-free fusion power conversion are resolved

Nicole Stricker's picture

Thank Nicole for the Post!

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