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Energy Systems Nuclear Operations Technology

Career Opportunities

Once students complete the program it is time to go to work! The Energy Systems Technology and Education Center (ESTEC) programs provides students with a structured educational pathway that leads directly to multiple career opportunities. With over 90% job placement, ESTEC graduates have the option to work throughout the United States in a number of different job titles. Companies come to the college to recruit ESTEC graduates into high paying jobs. According to a report issued by the Nuclear Energy Institute there will be over 25,000 job openings in Nuclear related occupations.

Job Titles

Energy Systems Nuclear Operation Technology graduates have a very employable skill-set that meets the requirements for job titles such as:

  • Non-licensed operator
  • Auxiliary Operator
  • Nuclear Technician
  • Equipment Operator
  • Production Operator
  • Control Room Operator - Power Plant
  • Radiology Controls/Service Technician

Depending on a graduate's past work experience and education, graduates may also qualify for job titles such as:

  • Instrument and Controls Technician
  • Electronics Technician
  • Instrumentation and Electrician (I&E) Technician
  • Service Technician- Uninterruptable Power Systems
  • Field Inspection Technician
  • Electrical Maintenance and Repair Technician
  • Engineering Technician
  • Electrical Technician Jr

Nuclear Industry Job Search Engines

So where do you go to look for these job? There are a number of job search engines that list jobs for all types of occupations. There are also some sites that list Nuclear related occupation job openings!

Various Nuclear/Energy organizations and government agencies hire trained technicians.

Nuclear Industry Companies