Cook Nuclear Plant is practically a city unto itself – offering careers in just about every discipline. Obviously, nuclear plant operators and engineers lead the way. But opportunities exist for individuals in mechanical maintenance, electricians, information technology, chemistry, radiation protection, training, business services, security, fire protection, environmental and office support.

Work in the nuclear industry is certainly challenging. The fast-paced, highly proceduralized and demanding work requires motivated and engaged individuals. In return, compensation and benefits match appropriately. The Cook Nuclear plant is currently licensed for two more decades – and potentially beyond that. Nuclear power offers long-term career development.

The summer intern program is an opportunity for students to supplement their education with practical experience outside the university. The Rotational Engineer program gives new engineers a wide range of plant experiences before having to choose a specific discipline.

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At Cook, we hire bright, enthusiastic people with diverse skills, talents, and ideas.