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What is a nuclear security officer?
Analyze and defend nuclear reactors for vital area (VA) components and identify threats with help of assigned weapons and security tactics. Participate in training and tactical drills and ensure compliance in Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) requirements.
How much does nuclear security make?
Nuclear Security Officers in America make an average salary of $35,483 per year or $17 per hour. The top 10 percent makes over $44,000 per year, while the bottom 10 percent under $28,000 per year.
How do I become a security guard for a nuclear power plant?
To become a nuclear security officer, the minimum qualifications are a high school diploma or GED certificate, as well as experience with security duties, in emergency management, or in a related field.
Do you have the ability to obtain a US security clearance?
While companies with contracts or grants with the federal government may require employees to have a security clearance, no company without a contract with the federal government can independently seek a security clearance. Only people employed by a federal agency or federal contractor can obtain a security clearance.
Is there a Nuclear Security Officers Union that strictly represents Nuclear Security Officers?
YES. The National Union of Nuclear Security Officers NUNSO is the only Nuclear Security Union that specializes in representation of Nuclear Security Officers.