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A great fit for a Military Electronics Technician with 2 years education and 4 years + experience with electronics maintenance. This role is responsible for preventative and corrective maintenance on instrumentation components and systems as well as testing of various controls equipment. Technicians will be enrolled in the Maintenance accredited training program and be required to complete 100 hours of training annually. Emergency Response organization roles will be assigned, including 4 section duty rotation. This requires 1 week every month of availability to respond to an emergency condition at the plant, in addition to normal duties. Outage roles require 12 hour rotating shift work for 1 month per year (typically during the February/March time-frame). These are the challenges of the role. The rewards are top industry pay and opportunities to qualify for advancement at your pace. Industry leading technical training and mentoring with top technical professionals.
$39.93 initial base salary with overtime and shifts ($80 - $100k 1st year) with testing and qualifications to increase base rate to $48.40, and world-class benefits.
This position is working with one of the world's most technically advanced nuclear power plants and being part of a work-class maintenance team. You will compliment your military technical training with continued technical education from some of the best in the business. A highly-competitive benefits program, leading scale for salary, unlimited growth potential and merit-based advancement. See why commercial nuclear energy offers the best careers in the world.