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News coverage inundates PNNL with job candidates

Candidates encouraged to apply online

October 08, 2009 Share This!

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RICHLAND, Wash. – A recent Associated Press article on some companies' struggles to find qualified job candidates led to dozens of calls to Pacific Northwest National Laboratory after one of its managers was quoted about needing to fill energy-related positions.

Unfortunately, because of the high volume, PNNL staff are unable to respond personally.

Potential candidates are encouraged to consult PNNL's Jobs site, http://jobs.pnl.gov/, and formally apply for positions for which they meet the minimum requirements.

PNNL has more than 100 positions open - of those, more than 50 would support the Laboratory's energy and environment mission. In the buildings research area, which was mentioned in the AP article, PNNL is hiring senior buildings engineers, junior buildings engineers, senior commercial buildings energy analysts, senior residential buildings energy analysts, and building energy modelers.

Other openings cross the science and technology spectrum, in areas as diverse as electricity infrastructure, nuclear engineering, biology and information technology.

 

Tags: Energy, Environment, Fundamental Science, Biology

Interdisciplinary teams at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory address many of America's most pressing issues in energy, the environment and national security through advances in basic and applied science. Founded in 1965, PNNL employs 4,300 staff and has an annual budget of about $950 million. It is managed by Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. As the single largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States, the Office of Science is working to address some of the most pressing challenges of our time. For more information on PNNL, visit the PNNL News Center, or follow PNNL on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter.

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