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Energy Dept. Relaunches Job Board, Targeting Cyber Workforce

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The Energy Department has relaunched its job search site as it looks to add more cybersecurity and nuclear engineering talent to its ranks.

Mike Kane, chief human capital officer, told Federal News Radio that online visitors to the department’s website may find work they are interested in and Jobs.Energy.gov features explanations of jobs, projects and programs.

President Obama’s 2013 budget request increases funding for the department’s domestic and national security programs.

Kane added visitors could find a posting on the department’s job board, then click through to USAJobs and apply.

Visitors can now track their applications online and Kane hopes the website’s revamped format will bring in top talent to the department’s offices, he told Federal News Radio.

In the interview, Kane said the department aimed to make the job application process as easy as possible and to rely less on paper.

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