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Los Alamos National Laboratory

About Los Alamos National Laboratory
Los Alamos National Laboratory has proudly served the Nation for more than 60 years applying the best in science and technology to stockpile stewardship and other problems of global importance. Besides enjoying a competitive salary and outstanding benefits, you'll find Los Alamos' temperate climate in Northern New Mexico is perfect to enjoy year-round recreation. Operated by LANS, LLC for the NNSA/DOE. AA/EOE.

Los Alamos National Laboratory registered with NukeWorker on 01/20/2010. They have posted a total of 2 jobs on our system, and curently have 0 jobs avaliable.


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