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200 JOBS: Hanford Vit Plant Hiring, Career Fair Friday

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The Hanford Vitrification Plant is holding a career fair on Friday to help you explore available jobs. The Hanford Vitrification Plant is holding a career fair on Friday to help you explore available jobs.

RICHLAND, WA - The Hanford Vitrification Plant is holding a career fair on Friday to help you explore available jobs.

The Vit Plant says it currently has more than 200 openings in engineering, construction, project controls, procurement, quality assurance, commissioning, operations, plant engineering, support disciplines, and many more fields.

Organizers say bring electric and hard copies of your resumes to meet with the hiring managers from 10:00am to 7:00pm on February 21st at the Courtyard by Marriott in Richland.

The Vit Plant works to find an environmental cleanup solution at Hanford to protect the Columbia River. The Vit Plant team is responsible for the design, construction, and commissioning of the world's largest and most technically sophisticated radioactive waste treatment plant (WTP) at Hanford.

To learn more, go to www.vitplantjobs.com.

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