Fans were asked to vote for the hottest to secure the internship job and she was also crowned as "Miss Energy 2017".
It then asked its followers to rate them on their attractiveness, saying that the victor would not only get the internship, but the title "Bouncer of Energy".
In a move as outdated as their energy source, a nuclear power plant had the sexist idea to hire its new interns based on how they looked in a bikini.
But other social media users were more impressed by the unique competition, with one claiming: "They should have recruited all of those girls". In this case the participants of the Czech beauty contest Maturantka Roku, translated as the Graduate of the Year were photographed in the environment of the Temelin power plant.
According to the company, this contest is part of a cultural enrichment programme.
Human rights lawyer Petra Havlikova said: "The competition is absolutely outside the bounds of ethics". Women aged between 18 and 45 would pose in front of a nuclear power plant, it was reported.
Another person wrote: "Undress and you get an internship - this cannot be serious, it's degrading, disgusting and primitive".
The plant later posted on Facebook that the objective of the competition had been to "support technical education" rather than promoting itself using bikini pictures.
The company later stated on its Facebook page that all 10 finalists were offered the internship.