Nuclear technicians, power plant operators and subsystems specialists are responsible for keeping vital Naval submarines and aircraft carriers running. These highly trained, hands-on professionals perform the complex technical functions that are at the core of sub and carrier capabilities.
Their job involves everything from operating nuclear propulsion plant machinery, to controlling auxiliary equipment that supports Naval reactors, to maintaining various electronic, propulsion and weapons systems.Qualifications and Requirements
A high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor in the nuclear operations field in the Navy. Those seeking one of these positions must be US citizens with successful completion of one year of Algebra, and who can meet eligibility requirements for a security clearance.
General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you're currently serving, whether you've served before or whether you've never served before.
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About the Company
In America's Navy, opportunity is everywhere. Make a living as a rescue swimmer. Spend your days launching jets off aircraft carriers. Turn your problem-solving skills into cyberwarfare expertise. Bring humanitarian relief to victims of disaster. Wherever your passions lie, the most versatile branch of the military will forge your skills with state-of-the-art technology, collaborative mentorship and hands-on experience. Whether you choose full-time, Active Duty or part-time enlistment in the Navy Reserve, you can meet your professional goals and discover the pride of defending your nation alongside Sailors from across the country.And after all, it's not where the sea takes you, but who it makes you.
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