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BNLTech - US-Region IV (West)

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BNL Technical Services, LLC

About BNL Technical Services, LLC
BNL Technical Services, LLC provides a variety of engineering, scientific, technical, business and management services to federal, state and local agencies; government facilities and projects (DOE, DOD, military, nuclear, infrastructure, publics works and national laboratories.

BNL Technical Services, LLC registered with NukeWorker on 03/25/2015. They have posted a total of 151 jobs on our system, and curently have 2 jobs avaliable.

BNL Technical Services, LLC



BNL Technical Services, LLC's Jobs
 Posted on   Title   Job Category   Location 
02/27/2020 Radiological Control Technician Radiological (HP) Technician WA - US-Region IV (West)
01/24/2020 HEALTH PHYSICIST Health Physicist Hanford - WA - US-Region IV (West)

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