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Engineering Nuclear Engineering Jobs?

  1. Nov 25, 2012 #1
    I am going to be graduating with a BS in nuclear engineering specialized in radiological health. What are some possible jobs options that are available with good entry level pay?
     
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  3. Nov 26, 2012 #2
    I would check out the employment section of the health physics society web page (assuming you have membership). Nukeworker sometimes has HP positions as well, but these are usually jobs with experience.
     
  4. Nov 26, 2012 #3
    OP,

    We can't yet parse the results by years of experience (we're working on this actively) but you can find nuclear engineering jobs with an emphasis on radiological health by searching here: http://www.engineerjobs.com/search.php [Broken]

    • Select "Nuclear Engineering" under Discipline and in the "All of These Words:" section type "radiological".
    • Your results will look like this: http://www.engineerjobs.com/jobs.php?jobcat=Nuclear+Engineering&city=&state=&k_all=%22radiological%22&k_any=&k_none=&f=&requesttype=Search [Broken]

    I'd also say any employer that requires less than 5 years of experience, especially any that require 2 or less and are comfortable with a bachelor's-level candidate, is worth applying to. There is a chance either that the employer may overlook the year-specific requirement or that they may have another opportunity not otherwise listed you may be a good fit for.

    If you have any questions or if we can be of any help, let us know.

    Amanda @ Engineerjobs.com
     
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