The American Centrifuge Project could create nearly 8,000 jobs in the United States. From research and development of the centrifuge machine to machine manufacturing to commercial plant construction, many great American companies are involved in bringing the project to fruition while creating high-quality, hi-tech jobs.
The workforce recruited and hired for the American Centrifuge Project possesses specialized skill sets. In order to achieve the project’s mission of manufacturing and deploying the next generation of highly complex centrifuge machines, support systems and plant infrastructure, the level of expertise, skill and knowledge to operate and maintain this project is unique.
Extensive time and effort has been spent in recruiting, hiring and training individuals possessing these attributes. Due to the specialized criteria, education and experience requirements, USEC and its suppliers and contractors for the project have recruited throughout the United States to employ individuals that have demonstrated through past experience a level of knowledge and education to quickly adapt to an advanced technology work environment.