The National Nuclear Safety Administration, located in New Mexico and Texas, USA, is recruiting nuclear material transport staff. Salary ranges from $52,248 to $76,981 per year. Competition is fierce, and a license to handle the most confidential information is required. If you already have one, the review can be done quickly.
What are the duties of transporting nuclear materials? Safely transport sensitive hazardous materials, including nuclear weapons and nuclear material test assemblies, as part of a professionally armed protection unit. This is done using government-owned transport equipment. In addition, security-related processes and methods should be organized to manage emergencies, including how to respond if there is a risk of safety damage. Participate in security planning prior to departure. It is necessary to pre-evaluate security problems that may occur during operation and to quickly investigate behaviors that threaten the mission, such as criminals and terrorist acts, in cooperation with the federal government or state police.
In addition, to prevent robbery or vandalism by unauthorized persons or groups, equip the provided weapons as necessary. You must respond quickly and efficiently and be prepared for situations that occur during the mission.
The content of the work itself may remind you of a Hollywood movie, but in reality, nuclear weapons, etc. are surprisingly normally transported from the United States at high speed. Of course, as you can see from the contents of this work, there is no telecommuting. Related information can be found here.