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Offline GageGuy

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Looking to move back South
« on: 06-01-2008 -- 15:14:13 »
Just came across this site and it looks like it is a good place to network and make contacts.  I am looking to relocate back to the South.  Preferrably the SE.  I have extensive background in the Physical/Dimensional, and mechanical areas.  I worked for a tool manufacturer in calibration and repair depts for 13 years and since then have primarily done field and on-site work.  If anyone has any leads, please let me know.  Thanks again

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #1 on: 06-03-2008 -- 01:01:24 »
Kay and Associates at Robins AFB in GA is hiring. They're in need of PhysD techs and I'll be glad to pass along your info if you email me.

http://www.kayinc.com/

http://www.kayjobs.com/cpas/netstaffer33.nsf/fa5f070c4dcbe16c852565930069419e/fdbe15da824827348625707f00538c56?OpenDocument&Highlight=0,Georgia%3AWarner%3ARobins

Offline USMCPMEL

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #2 on: 06-04-2008 -- 13:49:48 »
How far south would you be willing to move to Florida?

Offline GageGuy

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #3 on: 06-05-2008 -- 21:55:19 »
USMCPMEL,
    I am particularly intersted in going back to TN, GA, AL or NC, but would take Florida into consideration if it was the right opportunity arose.  Thanks for inquiry.

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #4 on: 06-06-2008 -- 02:08:21 »
Hey, GageGuy,

I talked to the PhysD manager; he said to send along your resume.

msr

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #5 on: 06-06-2008 -- 02:41:08 »
Msrichmond,       
Will do.  Should I send it to the address/web-site above?

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #6 on: 06-06-2008 -- 09:39:46 »
You can; that's the company address. If you email it directly to me, I can hand it directly to him and that would probably speed things up for you.

Full disclosure: I took a job here in mid-May. So far, the working atmosphere has been great but my workload is pretty light; I'm working high-acc DMMs. I don't believe the PhysD workload is overly taxing but they do have OT if they want it; probably why they are still hiring.

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #7 on: 06-06-2008 -- 09:43:44 »
P.S. If your resume is strong enough, they'll hire you pretty quickly. My interview went like this:

"Here's the lab. When can you start?"  :-D

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #8 on: 06-06-2008 -- 23:54:08 »
Hey GageGuy

I don't know anything about the company or the position, only that I just saw a job opening in Cornelius, NC with Calibration Solutions, Inc.

Check out the careers section of ecalibration.com for more info.

Ol'Dave

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #9 on: 06-07-2008 -- 03:42:09 »
I know of PCI in Raleigh, saw on careerbuilder.

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #10 on: 06-08-2008 -- 02:38:58 »
olDave,steeler
     Thanks alot for the heads up.  Will definitely look into those.  I lived in NC a few years ago and would definitely like to return there if like anything else the right opportunity came up

Offline USMCPMEL

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #11 on: 06-09-2008 -- 02:43:41 »
My buddy works for a company up in Rocky Mount North Carolina he makes good money and says it is an easy place to work.

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #12 on: 09-12-2008 -- 19:26:06 »
Maxwell AFB PMEL in Montgomery AL is looking for a K-6 (physd) tech send resume to above email if interested.   Some relocation help available

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #13 on: 09-15-2008 -- 14:32:27 »
The Bionetics Corporation is taking over the four laboratories at Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral and Patrick AFB.   We are looking for PMEL technicians both electrical and mechanical.   Send resume to jsmartt@bionetics. com

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Re: Looking to move back South
« Reply #14 on: 09-15-2008 -- 20:20:02 »
GageGuy - have you relocated south yet?  If not please contact me off list at kaisermhw@yahoo. com

Thanks

 

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