Member Meeting with OREM and UCOR

ETEBA TN invites you to join us for our monthly membership meeting on November 1st from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Knoxville-West.
Environmental cleanup across the DOE Complex is a challenging and complex mission that often requires advanced environmental capabilities and technologies, and Oak Ridge is no exception. At the next Eastern Chapter membership On Thursday, November 1st, Elizabeth Phillips, Program Manager for OREM, and Kent Fortenberry, UCOR’s Technical & Nuclear Services Manager, will talk about the technology gaps and needs in the Oak Ridge cleanup program in a presentation entitled “Technology Needs, Challenges, and Potential Opportunities”. Additionally, ETEBA Executive Director Tim Griffin will give a brief overview of ETEBA’s recent input to the National Academy of Science’s congressionally mandated assessment of technology development and deployment in the environmental management program.
This program offers a unique opportunity to hear about the technology needs of the Oak Ridge cleanup program, and to participate in a discussion of the identification of candidate technologies for testing and deployment. If you have a capability or technology that you believe could have a positive impact on the Oak Ridge cleanup program, you will not want to miss this program.
Cost to attend is $30 for members, $40 for nonmembers.
Consider sponsoring an ETEBA Member meeting. It is great corporate visibility. Meeting sponsorship is only open to ETEBA Members and is $300. Sponsorship includes: 2 Attendee Registrations, E-Banner in ETEBA Weekly, Website Recognition, Company Logo on Meeting Materials, 5 Minute Meeting Spotlight, and an area to display company marketing promotional materials. There is a maximum of 4 sponsorships available per meeting due to limited presentation time. Meeting sponsorship for the November 1st Meeting is now closed. The November meeting will be sponsored by SNC-Lavalin/ Atkins, ICE Service Group, MCLinc, and Wood E&IS. For more information about the meeting sponsors click on the sponsor name above to visit their company websites.
To register to attend, please visit https://eteba.org/listing/eteba-tn-member-meeting-w-orem-and-ucor/

Student Relations Committee Job Postings and Resume Portal

STUDENT RELATIONS COMMITTEE GOALS

  •  Provide scholarship opportunities to students at multiple universities
  • Work with or member companies to coordinate internship opportunities for students
  •  Provide interested students a complimentary 1-year free membership to ETEBA
  • Host a Students platform on our website where students can upload their resume and get matched with member company job and internship postings https://eteba.org/students/
  • Coordinate a Internship and Job Fair as part of our annual Business Opportunities and Technical Conference in Knoxville

 STUDENTS
Students that are interested in how ETEBA can help connect them to internship and job opportunities may:

  • Explore the ETEBA website, job postings, and upload their resume at https://eteba.org/students/
    •  Register for free as a member of ETEBA
    •  Attend our Student Internship and Job Fair on October 4, 2018

 Contact Tim Griffin (tim@eteba.org, 877-693-8322) or Jennifer Stone (jennifer.stone@woodplc.com)

STUDENT RESUME PORTAL
ETEBA has recently developed a student portal where students from Universities across the nation can upload their resumes for internship and entry-level job opportunties with ETEBA Member Firms. The system is fully automated and secure system that will retain resumes for up to a year. Students can visit the ETEBA website https://eteba.org/ to sign up for this FREE Benefit. Under the Student Portal Tab is an option to “Submit Resume” this is where the student will sign up and submit any resumes that pertain to the industry. Multiple resumes can be uploaded and the student can view and modify resumes via the “Student Dashboard” tab on the website. The Student Dashboard serves as the port of entry for the student to maintain data and information related to the student’s profile and is specific to each student with a username / password. The Student Resumes will remain password protected so that only ETEBA Member companies and other students may view this information. Job postings currently available by ETEBA members will be available in the ETEBA Website Job Portal as well. Job postings will not be password protected and students are encouraged to be proactive and reach out to ETEBA members regarding postings and to apply. Sign up as an ETEBA Member by Posting a Resume Here

PRESENTATIONS APRIL 25, 2018 AIKEN, SC: ETEBA SC Federal Business Opportunities Forum

The Aiken Federal Forum has now past. We encourage attendees to complete the event feedback survey here!

ETEBA Aiken Forum Presentations are available here for members and attendees only and are password protected. To receive the password please contact Hannah at ETEBA via email and she will send you the access code.

ETEBA Member Company Job Portal

A new member benefit is now available for ETEBA members. Visit the ETEBA website to “Post a Job.” Company representatives can add more than 1 position. All positions can be maintained from the “Member Company Dashboard” via sign in by Username/ Password. All job postings can be viewed via the “Job Listings” tab on the ETEBA website and are searchable via key term. This database is for entry-level / and st udent internship opportunities only. Members are also encouraged to search current Student Resume postings available via the Student Resume Portal. a password is required to access student resumes to protect any confidential information. The password to view resumes can be requested from the ETEBA Portal Administrator, Hannah Short via Email: hannah@eteba.org or Phone: 877-MY-ETEBA (877-693-8322) Sign Up to Post Jobs Here

To Get More Information, Sign up for the ETEBA BOTC 2018 Student Internship and Job Fair to be held October 4th, or Volunteer for the Student Relations Committee Contact: Tim Griffin (tim@eteba.org, 877-693-8322) or Jennifer Stone (jennifer.stone@woodplc.com)

Learn More About ETEBA Membership Here

The Energy Technology and Environmental Business Association (ETEBA) is a non-profit trade association representing approximately 170 small, large and mid-sized companies and affiliate members that provide environmental, technology, energy, engineering, construction and related services to government and commercial clients.

Our mission is to promote the success of our members by fostering market understanding, identifying business opportunities and advocating for our common interests.

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Current ETEBA Board Members

ETEBA is Governed by the following volunteer Board of Directors:

Officers:
President: Dave Carlson, Huntington Ingalls Industries
President-Elect: Pat Hopper, Atkins Nuclear Secured
Treasurer: David Murphy, DFM Consulting Services
Past President: Jenny Freeman, Strata-G
Members at Large:

Lauren Amos, Pinnacle Specialty Group and Strategic Resource Alliance (SRA)
Joey Brown, CTI & Associates
Chuck Bernhard, Bernhard Consulting
Bob Eby, Navarro Research and Engineering
Marty Gray, Fluor
Lena Isaacs, ProcessQM Los Alamos
Steve Rhutasel, Siemens
Renee Robinson, Sigma Science Albuquerque
Jennifer Stone,WOOD
David Wallace, Penhall Company

ETEBA Quarterly News – Summer 2018

Energy, Technology and Environmental Business Association (ETEBA) Quarterly News for Summer 2018 has been issued. ETEBA quarterly news provides a re-cap of this year’s Business Opportunities and Technical Conference, ETEBA Member Company Highlights, Upcoming ETEBA Events information and more.

Click Here to View the Newsletter

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