Recruitment Program Manager
There is a new way to hear about careers and career-related information at the NRC. Beginning today, you’ll be able to find out about the latest vacancy announcements and employment information by just following the new Twitter feed.
The tweets will go out the same time a vacancy announcement is open to the public or when we attend career fairs or just want to share information related to careers at the NRC. Follow NRC’s careers tweets at @NRCgov_jobs. The NRC’s jobs account will be listed and then simply click the “Follow” button underneath.
We also recently launched a careers page on LinkedIn where we share information on jobs and interesting factoids as well as information on why the NRC is a great place to work and seen as an employer of choice. Log into your LinkedIn account and in the search field type U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission and join the more than 10,000 people following our careers page.
We don’t just hire engineers! Take a look and who knows…Your most rewarding career move could be to the NRC!
5 thoughts on “@NRCgov_jobs Joins Twitter”
Yeah, twitter is fun, i have about 7 accounts i think 🙂 @UronimoFO
The “Stakeholder” and “flourescent green haired troll” are jobs enough, and i can 420 all day long AND think about #fuqafukushima and how to get enough people thinking about it so we find our solution. If the NRC wants to pay me for that, cool.
As for @LinkedIn. #JustSayNo to those #slutshamers who would not, for MY SECURITY, confirm my identity with my own mother. I know the NRC have some of those equality, sexist issues too, sigh. sometimes it’s hard to be a girl and think and, you know, sometimes understand things.
Create safe space and true equal opportunities, not just jobs for your friends and those who play the game a certain way (ala The Police State) leaving some of our best minds completely alienated and unavailable to help us solve our biggest problem: #RealNuclearWasteConfidence.
Yet, if i do have an idea someone likes, i do hope you use it rather than resent me for having been the one with it, me being a troll and all. Cheers! 🙂
Very nice. Thanks for getting in with the modern times.
THE ONLY PROBLEM WITH THIS IS THE MAJORITY OF THE COMPANIES WILL NOT GIVE US ACCESS TO TWITTER OR FACEBOOK OR WHATEVER.
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