Ben Caleca

Who you are and what your job title is – name, title, and any specialty area/s.
My name is Ben Caleca, I’m a Civil Engineer specializing in Structural Engineering.

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Technical Current Openings

The DNFSB accepts application packages for Engineering and Scientific positions on a continual basis. You may apply using a resume or a similar document and all other required documents listed below. All materials submitted with your resume become the property of the U.S. Government and will not be returned.

Frances Sutherland

Who you are and what your job title is – name, title, and any specialty area/s.

Frances Sutherland, Engineer. My technical projects tend to focus on nuclear chemical engineering.

Why you were interested in the agency – how did you choose the DNFSB?

I saw the DNFSB booth at a career fair when I was a junior in college. I became a summer intern and chose to return to DNFSB after I graduated because of the fantastic professional development program.

John Abrefah

Who you are and what your job title is – name, title, and any specialty area/s.

About the DNFSB

The Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board is an independent organization within the executive branch of the United States Government, chartered with the responsibility of providing recommendations and advice to the President and the Secretary of Energy regarding public health and safety issues at Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities.

Areas of Expertise

The Board applies a wide range of expertise in science and engineering in carrying out its mission of safety oversight of the Department of Energy’s defense nuclear facilities. The Board has assembled a staff with education and experience in fields important to the design, construction, operation, and eventual decommissioning of defense nuclear facilities. The areas of expertise most important to the Board’s work, and the particular focus within each area, are summarized below:

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