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July 25, 2014

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U.S. Department of Energy

WHO WE ARE

The Department’s workforce is our greatest asset. Our highly qualified staff of male and female employees dedicates its expertise every day to advance the national, economic and energy security of the United States; promote scientific and technological innovation in support of that mission; and ensure the environmental cleanup of the national nuclear weapons complex.

There are numerous opportunities available for women at DOE —ranging from engineering to accounting, program management to information technology, public policy to climate science, business to liberal arts, plus an array of internship positions in all subject areas. No matter what type of employment you’re seeking there’s a place for you at DOE.

Only here will you have access to career opportunities that impact these issues, while serving your country.

OUR PEOPLE, OUR DIVERSITY

At DOE, we believe the vibrancy of the Department’s culture depends on the varied backgrounds of its personnel that are inclusive of women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities, and also recognize that embracing diversity in all aspects of our operations is crucial to achieving our mission. For this reason, we form partnerships with programs and educational community groups to provide training, opportunities and professional growth, and increase participation of women and girls in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Fields (STEM). We also guide and assist historically underrepresented communities to learn how to work with the Department, while ensuring everyone is a part of the decision-making process at the DOE.
As we continue our mission, our DOE Council on Women and Girls (CWG) works to create programs that improves and enhances work/life balance of women DOE employees and their families. DOE strives to ensure equal access of opportunities for women-owned businesses in the energy sector and works collaboratively with other federal agencies to raise awareness, promote and provide opportunities for the professional growth of women in the Science fields.

WOMEN at DOE

DOE is committed to enhancing its employees well-being as they serve the nation. We offer several widely used programs that promote work/life balance and improve the lives of women in the workplace and their families.

• Child Facilities & Development Centers: At our Washington, DC headquarters office, we operate two child development centers accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Each center provides a day care service that accommodates up to 75 children of federal government employees, ranging in age from six weeks to five years. Our child development centers are open from 7:15 a.m. until 6:15 p.m, Monday through Friday.

• Employee Assistance Program: Our headquarters Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers no-cost, confidential, short-term counseling and community resource referral for various issues affecting employee mental and emotional well-being. Educational and wellness programs are often held on a variety of topics to benefit employees, and lending libraries and informational resources are also available for various uses.

• Lactation Program: Our wellness program located in our Washington, DC headquarters office works to support employees who are devoted to their families. The lactation program is supported through our occupational health clinics and housed with a dedicated lactation room decorated and reserved for your private use.

• Telecommuting Program/Alternative Work Schedule (AWS): Telecommuting, also known as DOE-Flex or Flexiplace is a program available to DOE employees who telecommute. While our alternative work schedule (AWS) program is a compressed work schedule that allows employees to complete the 80-hour basic work requirement in less than 10 work days.

Please visit our website for details on additional current openings.

Company Website URL:
www.jobs.energy.gov