At the core of NETL’s success is its commitment to hiring the right people for the right positions. As the Department of Energy’s only government-owned and government-operated national laboratory, we offer exciting federal careers in research and engineering, technical project management, procurement, finance and budget, legal, and administrative support.
NETL is a dynamic national laboratory that produces cutting-edge technologies that are respected around the world, giving employees opportunities to perform meaningful and challenging work. The three technical sites are uniquely vibrant atmospheres for people to connect, learn, and become inspired.
Our federal workforce includes many career paths such as:
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Our three main sites are:
NETL’s Albany, Oregon, site is home to research and development (R&D) efforts such as materials performance, multi-environment materials characterization, alloy development and manufacturing, and geospatial data analysis. In addition to R&D, several other operational units and centers support the NETL mission.
Efforts at NETL’s Morgantown, West Virginia, site focus on energy conversion devices, simulation-based engineering, in situ materials characterization, supercomputer infrastructure, sensors and controls, and program and project management.
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NETL’s Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, site focuses on process systems engineering, decision science, functional materials, environmental sciences, and energy systems optimization. In addition to these research areas, several other operational units and centers support NETL’s mission. .
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NETL offers excellent employment benefits that foster a positive and engaging work environment. Our competitive benefits packages include things like flexible work schedules, 10 paid holidays, retirement plans, onsite child care, and much more! Learn more about NETL employment benefits.
NETL offers students, recent graduates, and faculty opportunities to participate in energy-related research and explore the nation’s energy challenges. Through various national programs and collaborations with institutions of higher learning, NETL contributes to the education and training of scientists, engineers, and professionals to increase the pipeline of innovators ready to pursue a career in energy-related fields. These internship opportunities allow NETL to distinctively encourage and engage the next generation of energy leaders.
NETL is an equal-opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a high quality, diverse, and motivated workforce. Click the links below to learn more about NETL’s employment policies and practices.