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Nonproliferation Graduate Program Fellow Positions
Name: Susan Sande
Good afternoon, (sorry if you got this twice, my computer froze) We would like to post our Nonproliferation Graduate Fellow Program in your NE advising office. We offer paid fellow positions, sponsored by the National Nuclear Security Administration at the Department of Energy, for Nuclear Engineering graduate students. The Nonproliferation Graduate Program believes that you know the students best and might know of high caliber students that are interested in the field of nonproliferation. Each year we receive a number of very excellent candidates from OSU.
Below is the information for our posting. Use whatever information you need and please call me if you have any questions! You can call me on 509-372-4642 or email me at email@example.com Job Title:
Nonproliferation Graduate Program Fellow
No of Openings: 15
Work Schedule: M-F
Hours per Week: 40
Wage/Salary/Benefits: $41,000 (2007), 2 weeks paid vacation. Health benefits. Tuition reimbursement.
Application opening date: May 1, 2007
Application closing date: Oct 31, 2007
Employment Start Date: July 2008
Employment End Date: June 2009
Location: Washington DC Job Description:
Fellows work within NNSA's Office of Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation on programs designed to detect, prevent, and reverse the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, while mitigating the risks from nuclear operations. 12 to 14 month, full-time fellow program provides participants with specialized training and practical experience on projects and initiatives that contribute to a safer world. In addition to gaining valuable experience working with federal government programs, participants have opportunities to collaborate with the U.S. Department of Energy, other government agencies, national laboratories, and non-governmental organizations. Qualifications: U.S. citizen eligible to obtain a DOE security clearance.
Graduate student with academic specialization in International Affairs, Political Science, Public Policy, Economics, Analytical Chemistry, Physics, Nuclear Engineering (applicants with combined skills in technical and policy fields are of particular interest).
Available for 12 to 14 month, full-time participation.
Career interest in nonproliferation and national security.
Demonstrated maturity, good judgment, self-motivation, and excellent interpersonal skills.
Either currently enrolled in a Masters or Ph.D. program, or receiving same degree in 2007.
For foreign placements only, conversationally fluent in the foreign language consistent with host-country assignment≈experience working or studying abroad preferred.
Application Instructions: Go to ngp.pnl.gov On-line Application Address : http://ngp.pnl.gov/submittal_forms.html
Nonproliferation Graduate Program
Program Marketing and Recruiting Coordinator
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory,
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