With April showers comes the countdown to graduation, and some student’s thoughts turn to the job market. Even those already employed may be getting the urge for a change of scenery. In that spirit the NRC has launched a new Career Opportunities website to attract the technologically savvy job seekers of today.
Our website is often the first introduction prospective applicants have to the NRC and our important mission. This redesign allows us to improve that first impression with enhanced maneuverability and the most up-to-date information, all while embodying the NRC work style and attitude.
The fresh new look gives the NRC an entirely new online presence that aligns seamlessly with our overall recruitment campaign and conveys to prospective applicants that NRC has career opportunities for motivated, bright and dedicated experienced professionals as well as recent college graduates.
To attract top talent to fill our mission critical positions, we must develop relationships with potential candidates long before we need them. The Career Opportunities website is just one of the many avenues we use to do just that. We also attend college and professional career fairs, place ads in professional journals and post jobs on online job boards.
Each year, the NRC hires about 200 new staff members in fields such as engineering, nuclear science and security.
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I enjoyed clicking over to the opportunities website and seeing what was there. As I think corporate culture is an important part of career decisions, it was great to see a section on the values of NRC. The video was a nice touch.
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wow i think that’s great news for us.
I somewhat second your thought. But this is nice step taken towards outreach.
The NRC should spend much more on public outreach and their website than they do on their HR efforts, because it shows where their priority really is…
The NRC should give grants to those in the public that have proven to be factual “watchdogs” since the NRC’s primary goal is insure regulatory safety and as the San Onofre Debacle has proven, the NRC needs all the help it can get.
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