Hey all, I graduated with a master's in Nuclear engineering last summer after I've spent the last 10 years working as an engineer in a totally different field. I have'nt had any bites for interviews, etc I was just wondering if maybe some of the working nuclear professionals on here might just take a peek at my resume and tell me why you think Im not getting any interviews or if you think there is something I should do or add? Greatly appreciated, thanks! ####Personal Info Summary • Experienced engineer seeking new position in nuclear related design and operations • Knowledgeable in thermal hydraulic analysis, heat transfer, fluid dynamics and two phase flow, reactor physics, transient analysis, reactor safety systems, thermal analysis of fuel elements, fuel design, and NRC Regulations, Title 10 CFR, electronic circuits, hardware and programming, troubleshooting and various software and OS packages (MatLab, C++, BASIC, Windows, Windows Mobile, PPC, UNIX, LINUX) • Strong working knowledge of NPP design (PWR/BWR), fuels, safety systems, and operations • Experienced with reactor analysis using computer code (ex, COBRA) • Have demonstrated abilities in problem solving and implementation of solutions, oral and written technical communications skills, and management/planning experience Education M.E., Nuclear Engineering 2011-2013 The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA • 3.73 GPA • Masters research project on single channel thermal hydraulic analysis using COBRA and OECD/PSBT data (copies available upon request from me or PSU) B.A., Physics 1999-2003 Rutgers University, Camden, NJ • Concentration in Computational Physics • Numerical Analysis of Equations using C++ Miscellaneous Skills • MATLAB experience • Microsoft Office Proficiency • Familiarity with high level programming concepts and AutoCAD • Experience with reactor analysis codes COBRA-IV, COBRA-TF, FRAPCON, FRAPTRAN, CASMO-4e Career History Process Design Engineer, XXXXXX, Inc. 2002 to Present • Responsibilities include reverse engineering of industrial electronics primarily for use in the utility sector. This includes the development of software and hardware diagnostic routines, troubleshooting at the software, hardware, peripheral, and component levels, documenting repair processes for technician instruction, chronic failure and manufacture defect solutions, upgrade, design, and replacement of parts, and general oversight of repair process. • Provide end user support and over the phone diagnostics and troubleshooting. • Worked as both member and leader of various team projects including a tactile replacement keyboard design, a digitizer design, and RF and data device upgrades; demonstrated technical writing and communications skills in the form of service tech bulletins and perform supervisory duties.