It’s no secret that nuclear technology is the way of the future and it’s time to secure your place in history with a position in nuclear propulsion. The Navy is a leading force in nuclear technology making more advancements in the field each day. Here’s your opportunity to use your skills in math and science to implement the latest technology into the fleet.
- Machinist Mate (MMN): As an MMN, you are the Navy’s nuclear reactor mechanic. It is your responsibility to perform all maintenance on the steam-powered propulsion plants aboard aircraft carriers and submarines to ensure our fleet can move safely.
- Electricians Mate (EMN): As an EMN, you will be responsible for troubleshooting the electric breakers and circuits aboard nuclear-powered ships like aircraft carriers and submarines.
- Electronics Technician (ETN): As an ETN, you operate and perform maintenance on the electronic systems that make the reactor on Navy ships run.
Not only will you get hands-on experience that nuclear techs in the civilian world can only dream about, you’ll be eligible to receive up to a $28,000 bonus for first-time enlistment and up to a $100,000 bonus for re-enlistment.
- 17 – 27yrs old
- U.S. Citizen (no dual citizens)
- HS diploma or college degree
- Successful completion of one year of high school or college algebra
- Qualifying ASVAB score
- Pass a security background check
- Pass a medical examination
Beyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy technical and operational training for a Navy Nuclear Technician can translate to credit hours toward a bachelor’s or associate degree through the American Council on Education. You may also continue your education through undergraduate degree opportunities like the Navy College Program and Tuition Assistance and the Post-9/11 GI Bill.
- 30 days paid vacation per year
- Free healthcare
- Free housing
- Competitive bonuses
Think you have what it takes to make a nuclear-powered ship run? Apply today!