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Nuclear Plant Security Clearance honeypot

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Nuclear Plant Security Clearance
« on: Feb 02, 2009, 08:46 »
Sorry folks I am new to this site..Great one by the way!!!
How can a Person obtain a clearance to work at a nuclear power house in the electrical field? Would this fall under the form SF 86 to get started? Or Would this fall under a Q or L clearance from the department of entergy, DOE. If thats the case. I believe that has to come from the contractor.

Lets say the contractor says you need Your clearance in hand to start the job. Once again,How would you obtain the clearance ..
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Re: Nuclear Plant Security Clearance
« Reply #1 on: Feb 03, 2009, 05:59 »

First, you have to get offered a job at a commercial nuke, then your hiring company will have you submit the forms to start your security clearance, whether direct hire or contractor.  Most contractor companies want you to already have your unescorted access (or at least less than 1 year since you had one) before they submit you for acceptance at the utility.

You don't do it the other way around (get cleared, then find work).  It's an expensive and time-consuming process.

Good luck with the job search.....
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