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Getting in as a Valve Tech  

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MBooker

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Getting in as a Valve Tech
« on: Mar 02, 2009, 03:09 »
I just completed my 40hr. Valve Repair Tech class. I was told having the certificate of completion was good enough to get me into the door, since most times it takes 6-8 weeks for EPRI to get test scores back. My goal is to start working outages then eventually get in-house.  I just don't know what to do next. Do I call the individual nuke, or the local unions that have jurisdiction over the nuke, or submit resume to individual companies. I have been a long time union member and have not had to apply for a job in years, this next basic step has me confused. Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: Getting in as a Valve Tech
« Reply #1 on: Jun 30, 2010, 06:16 »
Send your resume to these shops:
The Atlantic Group
5426 Robin Hood Road
Norfolk, VA 23513
Phone Number: ...... 757-857-6400
Phone Number:....... 800-332-0058
Staffing contact: ..... 888-605-0272
Fax Number: .......... 757-233-7491
Fax Number: .......... 757-233-7541
Resume E-mail:
   resume@atlanticgroup.com
General Information E-mail:
   taginfo@atlanticgroup.com
Web Site:
   www.atlanticgroup.com
++++++++++++++++++
   CRANE Nuclear, Inc.
2825 Cobb International Boulevard
Kennesaw, Georgia 30152-4352
   Switchboard Number: ..................800-795-8013
Fax Number: ............................. ...770-429-4753
Web Site: .....................http://www.cranenuclear.com
   STAFFING - MOV/AOV Diagnostic Testing / Valve / Actuator Repair Services
Jeff Cox - Technical Recruiter
Phone Number: ............................. ..770-429-4723
E-mail: ...................jcox@cranevs.com

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Day & Zimmermann NPS
1827 Freedom Road
Suite 101
Lancaster, PA 17601
Fax: .......................... 717-481-5615
E-mail:
   david.moreland@dayzim.com
   jack.davis@dayzim.com
Web Site:
   www.dayzim.com
+++++++++++++++++++++ NEWPORT NEWS INDUSTRIAL
Beverly Cuneo
182 Enterprise Dr.
Newport News, VA 23603
Phone Number: ............ 757-688-3115
Phone Number: ............ 800-627-0353 ext'n 83115
Fax Number: ................ 757-688-3555
E-mail: B.Cuneo@ngc.com
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The Shaw Group
Web Site:
   www.shawgrp.com
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SUN Technical Services, Inc.
6490 S. McCarran Blvd., Suite 6
Reno, NV 89509
Phone Number: ............ 775-829-2499
Phone Number: ............ 800-547-8278
Fax Number: ................. 775-829-9425
E-mail:
   sunresumes@aol.com
Web Site:
   www.suntechnical.com

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

VALVE RECONDITIONING SERVICES
MARC RICH
17180 FRANCIS
MELVINDALE, MI 48122
Phone: ..................... 313-928-5980
Phone: ..................... 310-878-8885
Fax: .......................... 313-928-0395
E-mail:
   mrich@vrsinc.net
   mcarbonaro@vrsinc.net
   acarbonaro@vrsinc.net
Web Site:
   www.vrsinc.net
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Williams Industrial Services Group, L.L.C.
100 Crescent Centre Parkway
Suite 1240
Tucker GA 30084
Fax: .......................... (866) 738-9356
E-mail:
   ssmith@wisgrp.com
Web Site:
   www.wisgrp.com




Offline UncaBuffalo

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Re: Getting in as a Valve Tech
« Reply #2 on: Jul 01, 2010, 12:59 »
I just completed my 40hr. Valve Repair Tech class. I was told having the certificate of completion was good enough to get me into the door, since most times it takes 6-8 weeks for EPRI to get test scores back. My goal is to start working outages then eventually get in-house.  I just don't know what to do next. Do I call the individual nuke, or the local unions that have jurisdiction over the nuke, or submit resume to individual companies. I have been a long time union member and have not had to apply for a job in years, this next basic step has me confused. Any help would be appreciated.

Start with cbguy's list...esp. Atlantic & Crane.

If you still are looking after that, send Teledyne a resume.

« Last Edit: Jul 01, 2010, 01:00 by UncaBuffalo »
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