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Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation

About Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation
Nuclear Power Plant

Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation registered with NukeWorker on 12/05/2007. They have posted a total of 12 jobs on our system, and curently have 0 jobs avaliable.


Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation


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Contact Name: Carl D. Findley
Street Address: PO Box 411
City: Burlington
Zip Code: 66839-0411
State: -
Region:
Phone Number: 620 364 8831
Fax Number: 620.364.4186
E-mail Address: cafindl@wcnoc.com  
Registered on: 03/24/2005
Total jobs posted: 0
Currently available: 0
 

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