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Offline BSM89

I'm looking for any job openings for a Level I UT in the Spring of 2013. I've been looking since I completed my first outage job at the end of October, but have seen no openings. I have 96 hours of experience working under a Level III and I am eager to continue my training. I earned my certification last February and have only worked one outage. Have the outages for the Spring already been filled, or have they just not been posted yet? I've looked on this website, Road Tech, and several other staffing companies websites. I am hoping that all the Level I position haven't been filled yet. Has anyone gotten a position as a Level I UT for this season? Sorry if this isn't in the right place. I'm new to the discussion forum on this website.

Offline EDENSPRINGS

Re: Looking for Outage Work Spring 2013 (NDT UT Level I)
« Reply #1 on: Feb 03, 2013, 12:04 »
DC Cook in Michigan announced yesterday  2-2-2013 it's spending nearly a billion dollars and several years work.

Offline HydroDave63

Re: Looking for Outage Work Spring 2013 (NDT UT Level I)
« Reply #2 on: Feb 03, 2013, 12:31 »
DC Cook in Michigan announced yesterday  2-2-2013 it's spending nearly a billion dollars and several years work.

Have a link to that?

 


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