Nuclear Project Manager

Salary, Job Description, How To Become One, and Where to Apply

Nuclear Project Manager

Nuclear Project Manager

Roles within the Project Management function have many commonalities with other industries; these transferrable skills give you a great chance to Sector Jump into nuclear.

It is usual that nuclear experience is desirable but is not essential. With the new build scope of work comprising 80% non-nuclear work, project managers, project engineers, and project administrators are in high demand.

Salary: $74,562 per year
Job Satisfaction: Very High
Transferability: Very High
Education: Relevant PM Qualification
Job Growth: High
Personality: xxxx

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Summary
3. Popular Qualifications
2. Steps to become one
4. How long does it take

Summary

Project Managers with little tend to make between $35,000 (£25,000) and $50,000 (£35,000) while the more experienced ones can earn over $106,000 (£75,000) per year.

One of the easiest ways to increase your salary as a Project Manager is to climb the career ladder. Training courses, as well as experience, will help here.

Additionally, if you are willing and able to move location you could find a pay rise by moving to a higher profile project in the nuclear new build or nuclear defence segments of the nuclear industry.

Find out more at our 'how much do project managers earn' page.

Steps to become one

Entry-level Project Managers with little to no experience can expect to make around $35,000 per year.

Like any other job, the salary of a Project Manager will increase as they become more experienced.

Popular Qualifications

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