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Posted by: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Sep 14, 2018


Location:

Rockville, MD

Job Description:

Background

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is proud to be ranked as a BEST Place to Work in the Federal Government. We've earned our top ratings by creating a work environment rich in opportunity, diversity, leadership training, teamwork, and work life balance. Help guide our nation into the next generation of nuclear safety! Begin a challenging career with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission where you can be part of a select group of professionals who protect people and the environment with the peaceful use of nuclear materials in medicine, industry and research.

Duties

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) views student interns as our future workforce. The work performed is professional in nature and in a learning environment that gives the student intern the opportunity to evaluate the work for potential long-term employment. Student employment assignments are based on the functions and tasks performed in the organization to which you are assigned and ideally related to your academic and career goals. Areas of assignment could include engineering and science, accounting, finance, criminal investigations, information technology, among others, for more information visit http://www.nrc.gov/about-nrc/employment/students.html.

These Student Summer 2019 full time work schedule, temporary not to exceed 89 days positions are located in various offices at the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Headquarters in Rockville, MD, Region I- King of Prussia, PA, Region II- Atlanta, GA, Region III- Lisle, IL, Region IV- Arlington, TX and the Technical Training Center (TTC)- Chattanooga, TN. These positions are Non Bargaining Unit. These positions are part of the Temporary Student Summer Program. Applications will be accepted from United States citizens who are degree seeking students enrolled at least half-time in accredited educational institutions. Half-time enrollment is defined by the educational institution. For institutions that do not have a definition of half-time, half of full-time enrollment will be considered half-time.

Qualifications

To qualify for these positions all applicants MUST have a cumulative GPA of 2.85 or higher, be enrolled in a degree seeking program in the Fall of 2018 and meet the academic criteria specified below.

The NRC is only accepting applications from students in the following disciplines:

Accounting (0599 job series): Accounting, Finance

Engineering (0899 job series): Nuclear, Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Fire Protection, Chemical

Physical Science (1399 job series): Geology, Health Physics

Contract Management (1199 job series): Contracts
Information Technology (2299 job series): Cybersecurity, Cloud computing, Computer Science/ Information Technology

If you are an undergraduate student, your grade level will be based on the following:
• Engineering and Science GG-04 grade level (0899/1399 job series): You must be a high school graduate with 30 to 59 semester hours of college credit.
• Engineering and Science GG-05 grade level (0899/1399 job series): You must be a high school graduate with 60 to 90 or more semester hours of college credit.
• All other disciplines GG-04 grade level: You must be a high school graduate with 30 to 89 semester hours of college credit
• All other disciplines GG-05 grade level: You must be a high school graduate with 90 or more semester hours of college credit
If you are a graduate student, your grade level will be based on the following:
• GG-5 grade level: Bachelor's with a GPA of at least 2.85.
• GG-7 grade level: Bachelor's with a GPA of at least 2.95 on a 4.0 scale or completion of one full academic year of graduate level education.
• GG-09 grade level: Completion of two academic years of graduate level education or a Master's degree or equivalent.

Ideal candidates should also possess the following: Basic skills in using office automation programs such as Microsoft Office, Excel, Power Point (or other desktop software programs) and effective organizational and communication skills suitable for a professional environment.

Qualifications are based on your academic standing as of the end of the 2018/2019 academic year (~May/June 2019). Transcripts (official or unofficial) are required to determine academic standing at the time of application.
You must provide a copy of your UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT with your application by the closing date of the announcement. If you fail to submit transcripts with your application by the closing date you will be considered ineligible and will no longer be considered for this vacancy. In addition to your transcripts of completed classes, you must include a listing of your CURRENT Fall 2018 classes and planned Spring 2019 class enrollment.

SONS, STEPSONS, DAUGHTERS, OR STEPDAUGHTERS of CURRENT NRC EMPLOYEES ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR HIRE IN THIS PROGRAM

How to Apply

Visit www.nrc.gov Review the NRC Opportunities page and click on “view a list of current NRC vacancies please visit USAJobs EXIT.” Find the Temporary Summer Student Job Announcement Number ALL OFC-2018-0040 and apply on-line by October 25, 2018. If you are viewing this opportunity after October 25th please visit NRC’s website and discover additional opportunities for which you might be interested.



Education Level:

High school or ged

Pay Rate:

Less than $20,000

HR. Website URL:

https://www.nrc.gov/about-nrc/employment/opportunities.html

Security Clearance:

None

Travel Requirements:

None

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About U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is an independent agency that was established by the Energy Reorganization Act of 1974 and began operations in 1975. NRC’s mission is to license and regulate the Nation’s civilian use of radioactive materials to provide reasonable assurance of adequate protection of public health and safety and to promote the common defense and security and to protect the environment. In carrying out its mission it exercises the following vision: Demonstrate the Principles of Good Regulation (independence, openness, efficiency, clarity, and reliability) in performing our mission. NRC’s scope of responsibility includes: the regulation of commercial nuclear power plants, research and test reactors, nuclear fuel cycle facilities, medical, academic, and industrial uses of radioactive materials; the decommissioning of these facilities and sites; and, the transport, storage, and disposal of radioactive materials and wastes. NRC issues licenses for civilian uses of radioactive materials, oversees the licensees, and certifies standard nuclear reactor designs and spent fuel storage casks and transportation packages. It also licenses the import and export of radioactive materials; participates in international nuclear activities, including multilateral and bilateral safety and security activities; and works closely with its international counterparts to enhance nuclear safety and security worldwide. To accomplish its overall mission NRC has identified two Strategic Goals—To ensure the safe and secure use of radioactive materials. We need a wide variety of administrative and technical staff to accomplish our objectives. We hire engineers, scientists, security specialists, information technology professionals, financial analysts, and a range of other occupations. We’re constantly looking for outstanding individuals at all levels – recent grads, mid-career professionals, and senior leaders.

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