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D&Z - US-Region II (South East)

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Day & Zimmermann

About Day & Zimmermann
Innovative in-house developed processes and products combined with our industry expertise have made us the largest supplier of our kind focused solely on the power generation industry.

Day & Zimmermann registered with NukeWorker on 08/12/2004. They have posted a total of 57 jobs on our system, and curently have 4 jobs avaliable.

Day & Zimmermann


Day & Zimmermann's Jobs
 Posted on   Title   Job Category   Location 
04/10/2014 Pipe Welders Welder VA - US-Region II (South East)
04/10/2014 Pipefitters Pipe Fitter VA - US-Region II (South East)
02/20/2014 Pipe Welder Welder Brunswick Nuclear Power Station - NC - US-Region II (South East)
06/22/2012 Electrical Planner Electrical Planner Wolf Creek Nuclear Plant - KS - US-Region IV (West)

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