The Essential Guide to Getting a Job in the Nuclear Power Industry
How To Secure Full-Time Employment or Contract Work
The Essential Guide to Getting a Job in the Nuclear Power Industry is overflowing with information and proven strategies to better educate and prepare future nuclear employees for a career in the nuclear industry. Combining their desire with information in this document, they will have a huge advantage over the competition. A career move into nuclear will require bold and courageous thinking.
You WILL make tons of money in the nuclear industry! That’s the GOOD news about the nuclear industry.
Here’s the BAD news: in times of economic uncertainty, nuclear organizations may be tempted to limit Operating and Maintenance budgets and stick to the tried and true existing, returning retirees and seasoned contractor resources. So how do you break into this highly competitive nuclear industry?
Define your competitive edge in the nuclear industry by finding different ways of being unique in the marketplace. By differentiating your skills, knowledge, and abilities, you can establish a unique position in the nuclear market. In today’s crowded employment market, many potential candidates can more easily mimic each other in terms of their attributes and offered benefits. The following strategies in this book can help to distinguish your offering in the nuclear market and effectively creating a competitive edge.
With the help of this book, The Essential Guide to Getting a Job in the Nuclear Power Industry, knowledge is power! Stop wasting time trying to figure this complex highly regulated industry on your own.
Get the edge over everyone else in the nuclear industry!
About the Author
Donald L. Grove, Sr., is a nuclear industry expert (S.M.E.) with over 12 years' nuclear industry experience, Grove is currently enrolled at Excelsior College pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering Technology to Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Leadership. Grove began his electrical experience in 1996 with Black and Veach at Westvaco Paper mill in Charleston, SC. He successfully completed Nuclear Instrumentation and Electrical training certification at Mt. Holly, NC in 2006 and has worked at eleven PWR, BWR and CANDU Nuclear Plants including: Oconee, Catawba, McGuire Nuclear Stations, North Anna, Surry, Shearon Harris, Palo Verde, Point Beach, Bruce Power, Ft. Calhoun and Wolf Creek Nuclear Stations.