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Grade: 11

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Grade: 12

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Grade: 13

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Grade: 14

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Grade: 15

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Grade: All Grades

1 How did you first hear about this job opportunity at the NRC? Answer to this question is required
  • NRC Website
  • USAJOBS.gov
  • Online job search website (excluding USAJOBS.gov)
  • Online Banner Ad
  • Social Media (ex. LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter)
  • Magazine or newspaper advertisement
  • Career Fair Exhibit
  • Veteran's Organization
  • Professional meeting
  • Current NRC employee
    1.1 If a current NRC employee informed you of this position or encouraged you to apply, please provide their name in the space provided. Maximum length of 250 characters.
  • Professor or Colleague
  • Friend or relative
  • Other
2 For what Grade are you applying? Answer to this question is required
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 15
3 Do you have a bachelor's degree (or higher) from an accredited educational institution in Engineering or Physical Science? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
  • No
4 (F2001) Do you have a Bachelors degree (or graduate degree) in professional engineering or physical science? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
    4.1 What is the official academic title of the major for your Bachelors degree?
    • Aquatic Biology
    • Chemical Engineering
    • Chemistry
    • Civil Engineering
    • Computational Fluid Mechanics
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Electronic Engineering
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Environmental Science
    • Fire Protection Engineering
    • Fire Safety Technology
    • Geology
    • Geophysics
    • Geotechnical Engineering
    • Health Physics
    • Hydrology
    • Hydraulic Engineering
    • Industrial Engineering (Human Factors)
    • Instrumentation & Control Engineering
    • Materials Engineering
    • Materials Science
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Metallurgy
    • Meteorology
    • Nuclear Chemistry
    • Nuclear Engineering
    • Nuclear Physics
    • Physical Science
    • Physics
    • Radiochemistry
    • Radiological Science
    • Seismology
    • Structural Engineering
    • Surface Water Hydrology
    • Water Resources Engineering
    • Welding
    • Other
  • No
5 (F2002) Do you have a Masters degree? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
    5.1 What is the official academic title of the major for your Masters degree?
    • Aquatic Biology
    • Chemical Engineering
    • Chemistry
    • Civil Engineering
    • Computational Fluid Mechanics
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Electronic Engineering
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Environmental Science
    • Fire Protection Engineering
    • Fire Safety Technology
    • Geology
    • Geophysics
    • Geotechnical Engineering
    • Health Physics
    • Hydrology
    • Hydraulic Engineering
    • Industrial Engineering (Human Factors)
    • Instrumentation & Control Engineering
    • Materials Engineering
    • Materials Science
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Metallurgy
    • Meteorology
    • Nuclear Chemistry
    • Nuclear Engineering
    • Nuclear Physics
    • Physical Science
    • Physics
    • Radiochemistry
    • Radiological Science
    • Seismology
    • Structural Engineering
    • Surface Water Hydrology
    • Water Resources Engineering
    • Welding
    • Other
  • No
6 (F2003) Do you have a Doctoral degree? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
    6.1 What is the official academic title of the major for your Doctoral degree?
    • Aquatic Biology
    • Chemical Engineering
    • Chemistry
    • Civil Engineering
    • Computational Fluid Mechanics
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Electronic Engineering
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Environmental Science
    • Fire Protection Engineering
    • Fire Safety Technology
    • Geology
    • Geophysics
    • Geotechnical Engineering
    • Health Physics
    • Hydrology
    • Hydraulic Engineering
    • Industrial Engineering (Human Factors)
    • Instrumentation & Control Engineering
    • Materials Engineering
    • Materials Science
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Metallurgy
    • Meteorology
    • Nuclear Chemistry
    • Nuclear Engineering
    • Nuclear Physics
    • Physical Science
    • Physics
    • Radiochemistry
    • Radiological Science
    • Seismology
    • Structural Engineering
    • Surface Water Hydrology
    • Water Resources Engineering
    • Welding
    • Other
  • No
7 How many years of full-time, professional engineering or physical science work experience do you have since graduating? Answer to this question is required
  • I have worked as an engineer or scientist for less than three (3) years.
  • I have worked as an engineer or scientist for more than three (3) years, but less than five (5) years.
  • I have worked as an engineer or scientist for more than five (5) years.
  • None of the above.
8 Do you have significant work experience that relates to Nuclear Reactors? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
    8.1 (F2004) Please indicate the areas in which you have significant knowledge, skills, or ability regarding NUCLEAR REACTORS. (Check all that apply)
    • Acquatic Ecology
    • Analog Instrumentation & Control
    • ASME Code Knowledge
    • Barrier Control
    • Circuit Analysis
    • Coatings
    • Control Room Habitability
    • Core Reload Analysis
    • Corrosion
    • Criticality
    • Diesel Generators
    • Digital Instrumentation & Control
    • Dosimetry Assessment
    • Electrical Power / Power Distribution
    • Electronics Engineering
    • Environmental Impact Assessment
    • Environmental Site Review
    • Environmentally Assisted Cracking in Power Plant Piping
    • Fire Modeling
    • Fire Prevention & Mitigation
    • Fire Testing
    • Fission Product Release, Deposition & Transport
    • Fracture Mechanics for Large Pressure Vessels & Piping
    • Fuel Design & Analysis (Power, Research or Test Reactors)
    • Fuel Metallurgy
    • Groundwater Hydrology
    • Health Physics
    • Heat Sinks for Commercial Power Plants
    • Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Analysis
    • Heating, Venilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
    • Heavy Loads Analysis
    • High Temperature Chemistry
    • Human Factors
    • Hydrodynamics Loads & Missiles
    • Initial Operator Licensing Process
    • Inorganic Chemistry
    • Instrument Air Analysis
    • Integrated Reactor Plant Operations
    • Investigation / Event Assessment
    • Large Primary Systems
    • Maintenance Rule
    • Materials Radiation Effects
    • Metallurgy
    • Meteorology & Atmospheric Transport
    • Physical Chemistry
    • Plant Performance
    • Pumps
    • Radioactive Source Terms
    • Radiochemistry
    • Radiological Consequences Analysis
    • Radiological Containment Analysis
    • Radiological Dose Assessment
    • Radiological Measurements
    • Reactor Analysis
    • Reactor Designs & Systems (Power, Research or Test Reactors)
    • Reactor Designs (Advanced)
    • Reactor Designs (Non-Light Water)
    • Reactor Fuel Mechanical Design
    • Reactor Physics (Steady State & Transient)
    • Rotors & Generators
    • Safe Shutdown Analysis
    • Safety Assessment
    • Seismic Analysis
    • Severe Accident & Core Melt Progression Analysis
    • Spent Fuel
    • Spent Fuel Cooling Pools
    • Steam Generators
    • Structural Analysis
    • Sumps
    • Surface Water Hydrology / Erosion Protection
    • Systems Analysis
    • Terrestrial Ecology
    • Thermal Hydraulic Computer Code Development & Use
    • Thermal Hydraulics
    • Valves
    • Vessels
    8.2 For each item that you previously selected, please indicate the position(s) in your resume in which you applied that knowledge, skill or ability in reference to NUCLEAR REACTORS. Maximum length of 250 characters.
  • No
9 (F2005) Do you have significant work experience that relates to NUCLEAR REACTOR POWER PLANT CONSTRUCTION or other power plant construction? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
    9.1 (F2005) Please indicate the areas in which you have significant knowledge, skills, or ability regarding the NUCLEAR REACTOR POWER PLANT CONSTRUCTION or other power plant construction. (Check all that apply)
    • Analog Instrumentation & Control
    • ASME Welding
    • Building Code Knowledge
    • Cable Installation
    • Cable Terminations
    • Concrete Installation
    • Construction Inspection Program
    • Digital Instrumentation & Control
    • Engineering Design Verification
    • Equipment / Component Fabrication
    • Fire Prevention and Mitigation
    • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
    • Non-ASME Welding
    • Non-Destructive Examination Methods (NDE)
    • Piping / Pipe Support Installation
    • Pre-Operational Testing
    • QA / QC
    • Raceway Installation
    • Rebar Placement / CAD Welding
    • Structural Engineering / Seismic Design
    9.2 For each item that you previously selected, please indicate the position(s) in your resume in which you applied that knowledge, skill or ability in reference to NUCLEAR POWER PLANT CONSTRUCTION or other power plant construction. Maximum length of 250 characters.
  • No
10 Do you have significant work experience that relates to the Nuclear Fuel Cycle? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
    10.1 Please indicate the areas in which you have significant knowledge, skill, or ability regarding NUCLEAR FUEL CYCLE.
    • Barrier Control
    • Code Development & Use
    • Consequence Analysis
    • Containment/Decontamination Analysis
    • Control Room Habitability
    • Corrosion
    • Criticality
    • Dosimetry Assessment
    • Environmental Site Review
    • Fire Modeling
    • Fire Prevention & Mitigation
    • Fire Testing
    • Fission Product Release, Disposition & Transport
    • Fuel Flow
    • Fuel Fabrication
    • Geotechnical/Mining Engineering
    • Groundwater Hydrology
    • Hydraulics
    • Hydrodynamics Loads and Missiles
    • High Temperature Chemistry
    • Inorganic Chemistry
    • Instrument Air Analysis
    • Physical Chemistry
    • Project Management
    • Public Exposure to Radiation
    • Radioactive Source Terms
    • Radiochemistry
    • Radiological Measurements
    • Radiotoxicity
    • Reactor Physics
    • Surface Water Hydrology/Erosion Protection
    • Systems Analysis
    • Thermal Hydraulics
    • Two-Phase Flow
    10.2 For each item that you previously selected, please indicate the position(s) in your resume in which you applied that knowledge, skill or ability in reference to the NUCLEAR FUEL CYCLE. Maximum length of 250 characters.
  • No
11 Do you have significant work experience that relates to Nuclear Materials? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
    11.1 Please indicate the areas in which you have significant knowledge, skill, or ability regarding NUCLEAR MATERIALS.
    • Barrier Control
    • Chemical Engineering
    • Circuit Analysis
    • Code Development & Use
    • Consequence Analysis
    • Containment Analysis
    • Containment/Decontamination Analysis
    • Control Room Habitability
    • Corrosion
    • Criticality
    • Decommissioning/Reclamation
    • Dosimetry Assessment
    • Environmental Impact Assessment
    • Environmental Site Evaluation
    • Environmental Site Review
    • Fire Prevention & Mitigation
    • Fire Testing
    • Groundwater Hydrology
    • Health Physics
    • Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
    • Heavy Loads Analysis
    • HP Dispersion
    • Hydraulics
    • Hydrodynamics Loads & Missiles
    • Inorganic Chemistry
    • Instrument Air Analysis
    • Irradiation Pools
    • Material Control & Accounting
    • Medical Technologies
    • Nuclear Engineering
    • Physical Chemistry
    • Project Management
    • Public Exposure to Radiation
    • Radiation Physics
    • Radioactive Source Terms
    • Radiochemistry
    • Radiological Measurements
    • Radiotoxicity
    • Structural Analysis
    • Surface Water Hydrology/Erosion Protection
    • Systems Analysis
    • Thermodynamics
    11.2 For each item that you previously selected, please indicate the position(s) in your resume in which you applied that knowledge, skill or ability in reference to NUCLEAR MATERIALS. Maximum length of 250 characters.
  • No
12 Do you have significant work experience that relates to Nuclear Waste? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
    12.1 Please indicate the areas in which you have significant knowledge, skill or ability regarding NUCLEAR WASTE.
    • Civil Engineering
    • Code Development & Use
    • Computational Fluid Dynamics
    • Consequence Analysis
    • Contamination/Decontamination Analysis
    • Corrosion
    • Criticality
    • Criticality (casks)
    • Decommissioning/Reclamation
    • Design (Package)
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Environmental Impact Assessment
    • Environmental Site Review
    • Environmental Water Chemistry
    • Fire Analysis
    • Fuel Behavior
    • Geochemistry
    • Geology
    • Geomorphology
    • Geotechnical/Mining Engineering
    • Groundwater Hydrology
    • Heavy Loads Analysis
    • Hydrodynamics Loads & Missiles
    • Isotope Chemistry
    • Kinetics
    • Materials Behavior
    • Materials Engineering
    • Mechanical Behavior & Aging of Materials
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Mineralogy
    • Non-Destructive Exam, Methods (NDE)
    • Nuclear Fuel Behavior & Multi-Comp. Aqueous Chem
    • Project Management
    • Public Exposure to Radiation
    • Radioactive Waste Analysis/Disposal
    • Radionuclide Transport
    • Seismology
    • Seismotectonic Site Review
    • Shielding
    • Source Term From Volcanism
    • Spent Fuel
    • Structural Analysis
    • Structural Engineering
    • Surface Water Hydrology/Erosion Protection
    • Systems Engineering
    • Thermal Analysis
    • Thermal Hydrology
    • Thermo-Chemical Hydrology
    • Thermodynamics
    • Thermo-Mechanical Hydrology
    • Transportation Logistics
    • Volcanism (Dose)
    • Volcanology
    • Welding Methods & Codes
    12.2 For each item that you previously selected, please indicate the position(s) in your resume in which you applied that knowledge, skill or ability in reference to NUCLEAR WASTE. Maximum length of 250 characters.
  • No
13 Do you have significant work experience that relates to Risk Assessment? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
    13.1 Please indicate the areas in which you have significant knowledge, skill or ability regarding RISK ASSESSMENT.
    • Integrated Safety Analysis (ISA)
    • Performance Assessment (PA)
    • Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA)
    • Root Cause Analysis
    • Safety Analysis & Consequence (Research & Test Rx)
    • Significant Determination Process (SDP)
    • Single Failure Analysis
    • System Performance Analysis
    13.2 For each item that you previously selected, please indicate the position(s) in your resume in which you applied that knowledge, skill or ability in reference to RISK ASSESSMENT. Maximum length of 250 characters.
  • No
14 (F2006) Do you have significant work experience in project management of large technical projects? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
  • No
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