Radiation Protection Technology
Thought about a career in a growing field with great pay? Consider nuclear energy! Radiation protection technicians provide valuable support services for the operation of nuclear power plants. Duties include monitoring the environment through water, soil and air sampling, evaluating technical data, operating and calibrating plant equipment, implementing work procedures, conducting in-plant radiological surveys, directing activities for radiological safety, and providing radiation protection training to plant personnel.
As a graduate from the Radiation Protection Technology program you could receive:
Starting salary of approximately $20 per hour with overtime available that can increase your yearly income*.
Great benefits which include tuition reimbursement that allows you to pursue additional training.
Growing job opportunities in nuclear energy.
Structured, safe work environment.
Job opportunities close to home at existing and future nuclear power facilties.
Radiation Protection Technology (Associate Degree)
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