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                                                               PHOTOS: More than 850 MOX Services employees packed the USC Aiken Convocation
                                                               Center to learn about job openings at SRNS and 10 other entities.

        MOX Employee Job Fair

        On behalf of NNSA, SRNS hosts evening of employment opportunities

        Employees at the Mixed Oxide (MOX) Fuel Fabrication Facility at   skills we’re seeking and the MOX employees’ experience should
        SRS explored opportunities for other employment at SRS and the   make this job fair beneficial for all of us.”
        surrounding region at a job fair held Dec. 5 specifically for them.
                                                               Eleven entities including SRS contractors, other regional employers
        On behalf of the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA),   and the Augusta Building & Trades Council, participated in the fair
        SRNS hosted the job fair at the USC Aiken Convocation Center to   with information on job opportunities and application processes. The
        assist the employees as the MOX project winds down.    event provided classes on resume writing and interviewing skills.
        “NNSA is working with MOX Services throughout this transition process   SRNS Workforce Services personnel were on hand to assist MOX
        to reduce short-term impacts to employees, and this job fair is one   employees in applying to open SRNS jobs and in some cases make
        way we are supporting the people affected by this change of scope,”   on-the-spot decisions to commit to a near-term interview.
        said NNSA-Savannah River Field Office Manager Nicole Nelson-Jean.   The SRS contractors are structuring job offers for MOX employees
        “The current and future missions at SRS mean that SRNS needs   to align with the MOX release schedule to facilitate a smooth
        to hire significant numbers of qualified employees, and other   transition as MOX Services executes its project wind-down plans.
        contractors on site also have personnel needs,” said Stuart
        MacVean, SRNS President and CEO. “The overlap between the
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