Nuclear Jobs News

Welcome to Nuclear News Online, the management journal on nuclear jobs.
Nuclear Jobs News Nuclear Business News

New York Times

Chief of Nuclear Regulatory Commission Will Leave Job That She Fought to Keep
New York Times
The chairwoman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced Tuesday that she would leave the commission and return to academia at the end of the year, a little more than a year after she survived a cliffhanger fight with a California senator to keep ...
Allison M. Macfarlane, head of Nuclear Regulatory Commission, to step downWashington Post
NRC Chief to Leave Agency for College Teaching PostBusinessweek

all 29 news articles »

Get a job: Nuclear Division is hiring an Art Director
Gamasutra
Nuclear Division is a mobile games start up founded by industry veterans located in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, CA. This is a rare and exciting opportunity to be on the ground level of a new company and create the next wave of fun and ...


Daily News - Galveston County

Let the corps finish the job of dismantling nuclear barge
Daily News - Galveston County
Galveston residents should not tell the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers “Not in my back yard!” when it comes to dismantling one of our governments nuclear power barges. As a nation, we decided to build the power barge, not the citizens of Baltimore or the ...

and more »

Nuclear fraud figures back on job
Korea JoongAng Daily
Three high-level officials at a state-run energy company who resigned from their posts last year after a corruption scandal involving counterfeit parts in nuclear plants are back on the job, according to an NPAD lawmaker. One of the three was re ...


Reuters

Fukushima film shows reality sinking in for 'nuclear refugees'
Reuters
TOKYO (Reuters) - Before the Fukushima nuclear crisis forced them from their homes, residents of Futaba had praised the Daiichi power plant as a "godsend" that brought jobs and money to the Japanese coastal town. Now, more than three years after the ...
Fukushima's consequences can't be swept under the rugLSU The Reveille
Japanese film explores reality of life for Fukushima 'nuclear refugees'The Malay Mail Online

all 93 news articles »

Forbes

So You Think We're Reducing The Use Of Coal? -- Think Again
Forbes
If you think we've been doing a reasonable job of curbing fossil fuel use in our electricity production you are sadly mistaken. While coal use in ... Nuclear and hydro are level but predicted to grow only moderately in the next few decades (Figure 3 ...

and more »

15 Awesome Ways To Epically Resign Your Call Centre Job
WhatCulture
Make like a nuclear meltdown and resign the misery you loathe five days a week. It's time for some customer service industry focused revenge. NOTE: Although you can quit your job in any of the ways mentioned below, we don't recommend it if you want to ...

The chairman of the NRC will leave in January for a teaching job at George Washington University.
Allison Macfarlane, the chairman of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission for just over two years, will leave at the end of this year to return to teaching, taking a post at George Washington University.
ATLANTA, Oct. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Georgia Power announced today that it is celebrating national Nuclear Science Week again this year by hosting and participating in a series of special local events in and around the company's Plant Vogtle near Waynesboro, Ga. The annual celebration is organized to draw attention to all aspects of nuclear science and the vital role it plays in the lives of ...
By Chris Gallagher TOKYO (Reuters) - Before the Fukushima nuclear crisis forced them from their homes, residents of Futaba had praised the Daiichi power plant as a "godsend" that brought jobs and money to the Japanese coastal town. Now, more than three years after the disaster, they remain stuck in cramped emergency housing facing the reality they will likely never go home, with Futaba set to ...
Inspector says DOE contracts allowed access to key documents, but Hanford contractors refused to provide them
Sorry, but your browser needs Javascript to use this site. On his first day in his new job, industry minister Yoichi Miyazawa said Tuesday he will soon be ready to visit communities near nuclear power plants, apparently pledging to maintain the momentum for reactor restarts.
Allison Macfarlane, the chairman of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission for just over two years, will leave at the end of this year to return to teaching, taking a post at George Washington University.
Copyright 2013 , LLC. All Rights Reserved.