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This appears to be a direct hire (i.e. faster/more direct than the typical federal government hiring processes.) Here's the main website, and here is what I think is the USAjobs.gov listing.
Best wishes to those interested.
If the challenge is at Hanford, it will be a long row to hoe with a very, very steep learning curve.ReplyDelete