How to Tailor Your Resume for the Position You Want

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Everyone is on the lookout for the key to a successful job search. But some candidates might not be so keen to hear that the real trick is hard work. Tailoring your resume for the job you want takes time, research, knowledge, and a commitment to trying again until it works. But it is honestly… Read more »

3 Reasons Why Onboarding Strategy is Essential in the Power Generation Industry

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Onboarding, especially in the energy industry, is a critical part of hiring new employees successfully. Even more so, training and a straightforward onboarding process should be regularly updated to ensure relevance and accuracy. That takes strategy. Here are the top four reasons why your onboarding strategy can make or break your employee experience in the… Read more »

Top Wind Energy Jobs in 2021

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The energy industry is changing, fast. The rise in demand for renewable energy (both politically and locally) has resulted in increased development, investment, and financial incentives for both. Despite a market glut in fossil fuels, wind and solar power seem to be hitting their stride. That means more jobs and better jobs in wind energy…. Read more »

Why You Should Be Hiring Based on Business Strategy Over Job Title

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When it comes to hiring really great talent, there’s no one-and-done formula. Even if you think that many of the jobs in your company are similar, hiring for the exact same skills and qualifications will give you a very one-dimensional team. Diversity of backgrounds and experiences, even former job titles, helps shape a more dynamic… Read more »

Resume Gaps? Here’s How to Explain Them in Your Next Interview

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Resume gaps are common right now, given the difficulties in the job market this past couple of years. But while more employers may be more open to hiring candidates with gaps in their resume, that hesitation should be mitigated in the interview process. You want to reassure hiring managers that you were moving forward intentionally… Read more »

Safety Tips to Always Keep in Mind in a Nuclear Power Career

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In a nuclear power facility, safety needs to be everyone’s number one priority. Workplace safety is everyone’s responsibility. It’s key for leadership to set corporate policies to create a safe and functional work environment. But it’s also important for workers themselves to help identify unsafe situations. They are often the first line of defense in… Read more »

Take Your Nuclear Energy Career to the Next Level with 3 Key Skills

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Your nuclear energy career is highly dependent on your technical skillset and knowledge. You couldn’t do the work without those skills. However, to really take your career to the next level, you need more than the basics. Great engineers are always learning, always looking for the latest trends and technologies to supplement their knowledge base…. Read more »

Resume Red Flags to Keep in Mind When Hiring in 2021

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Resumes are essential when finding top talent. They ideally provide a clear and concise overview of the skills and expertise of your candidate. But sometimes the concise nature of a resume can mask certain red flags that are better to know right away. Here are the top red flags to keep in mind when reviewing… Read more »

The Necessary Experience for a Project Coordinator in the Power Industry

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The role of a project coordinator may have many similarities to that of a project manager. Still, there are some key differences if you consider applying to one or both types of jobs. Understanding the difference will help you position yourself appropriately during the application process and sell your capabilities in an interview setting. If… Read more »

OSHA Regulations all Employers Should Know

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June is National Workplace Safety Month. And as a safety-minded employer, you know how important it is to understand and communicate the OSHA regulations that impact your team. With visits from federal OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) inspectors up by more than 300 percent, it’s evident that OSHA is making a more concerted effort… Read more »