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What is your hourly rate as an SRO and position? I.E. Mine would be 42 dollars per hour as an SRO and SSS. That is salary plus license pay as an hourly rate. What utility do you work at if you are gutsy? This needs to be known; I am tired of ppl at other plants getting underpaid including myself!!!!
Here's an SRO ILT job that pays more than your quote:http://www.nukeworker.com/job/job/ilt-trainee-and-operations-supervisor-and-sro-candidate-exelon-nuclear-braidwood-station-in-braceville-il-j/12555/Let me guess...you live in the South or Southeast? They deduct "everyone wants to live here" and "warm weather" pay from your salary. You're in luck though. Exelon is hiring for a January 2011 class outside of Chicago.
I am tired of ppl at other plants getting underpaid including myself!!!!
good lord I know plenty of HP techs and chem techs that make quite a bit more than that. you'ld think an SRO would make much more! maybe you are at brunswick?
Yes, you guys were dead on. I work at a Southern Plant. The administrative burden to too much for 90K. Also, there are several other departments that make more that I do. Hell, my job reports make more than I do. I am just frustrated and have had enough!!!! No I am a fully qualified SRO. HHHMM Exelon pay 160k for an SRO?
I think that is the point he is trying to make. His hourly employees, ROs and NLOs, are probably making more than him. However, it all depends on location and utility. Exelon, the Evil Empire, might put an enormous administrative burden on SROs compared to other utilities (from what I have heard and seen at my new plant), but they compensate very well. My first full year in TRAINING, I cleared 140K. Once you are on shift, the average Exelon SRO is pushing 160K+ (this is based on the site I worked at).
Yes, mine current and last company does pay upgrade bonuses and milestone bonuses. However, I think those numbers are individual and confidential.
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