North America Nuclear Power Plants Industry
Expert interview - improving operations in the nuclear power plant industry
expert interview tracking task on how to simplify operational processes through automation. Our client has developed a visual platform that simplifies and digitizes the planning and execution of procedures in nuclear plants would would like to test it against market realities the interview will be about 45-60 minutes.
We are looking for experts;
- based in north america
- currently work at a nuclear power plant
- ideally a plant manger or operations executive
if you are interested, please let me know.
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