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Author Topic: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles  (Read 9248 times)

Offline RedBones

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Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« on: 06-25-2008 -- 00:27:57 »
Space Exploration Technologies www. spacex. com is currently looking for a Calibration Technician for our Hawthorne CA facility.     If you're interested in commercial space flight and are ready to make a difference, submit your resume!

Our rapid growth has created an opportunity for a Metrology/Calibration Technician to support the design and production of our Falcon 1 and Falcon 9 launch vehicles and our Dragon spacecraft.     

Description:

We are a fast-paced and high energy team that provides support to ensure the measurement integrity of our scientists and technicians.     The right candidate will possess both physical and electronic calibration capabilities, the ability to think on their feet and have a can-do attitude.     Providing top-notch support for our internal customers is our goal.  

Responsibilities:

Performs routine and complex work related to the repair and calibration of electronic, electro-mechanical and mechanical test and measurement equipment.    Provides factory maintenance on equipment when required.    Uses calibration procedures and measurement systems for use on company equipment in compliance with requirements.    Assures compliance to Quality System.     Provide recall and calibration data to supported teams within the factory and test sites.  

Requirements:

         Military PMEL/TMDE/DOD training preferred.  

         Minimum of 5 years experience in the repair and calibration of electronic/electro-mechanical, process control equipment and mechanical equipment.  

         Electrical and Physical Dimensional experience preferred.  

         AC/DC Low Frequency experience preferred.  

         Physical Dimensional experience preferred.  

         Excellent customer service skills.  

         Excellent attention to detail.  

         Advanced skills with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) and industry specific software.  

         Capable of heavy lifting (50 to 80 pounds).  

         To conform to U.   S.    Government space technology export regulations, SpaceX hires only U.   S.    citizens and U.   S.    Permanent Residents.  
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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #1 on: 06-25-2008 -- 17:18:26 »
And feel free to PM me on the site if you're interested.   I'll be checking it daily.
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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #2 on: 06-27-2008 -- 22:47:06 »
Bump - so it's nice and fresh for the weekend warriors. . . .
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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #3 on: 07-02-2008 -- 13:22:20 »
Quote from: RedBones link=topic=1073. msg11271#msg11271 date=1214414306
And feel free to PM me on the site if you're interested.    I'll be checking it daily. 

Hey I have a son in Cali and I would like to talk to you about this job.
Shoot me an email or call 661-435 -4795
Ex AF PMEL, 12 year experience, CCAF Mainly Phys D guy, QA experience

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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #4 on: 07-02-2008 -- 18:05:57 »
Very cool, thanks for the head's up- but I'd suggest taking your number off a public forum.
I'll be giving a ring.
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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #5 on: 07-09-2008 -- 13:09:33 »
Quote from: S.  Scott link=topic=1073. msg11301#msg11301 date=1215004940
Quote from: RedBones link=topic=1073.  msg11271#msg11271 date=1214414306
And feel free to PM me on the site if you're interested.     I'll be checking it daily.  

Hey I have a son in Cali and I would like to talk to you about this job. 
Shoot me an email or call
Ex AF PMEL, 12 year experience, CCAF Mainly Phys D guy, QA experience
Thanks.  PMEL world is small so I probably would know whoever called especially x AF.  Look forward to hearing from you.

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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #6 on: 07-11-2008 -- 23:48:06 »
In all honesty, it will be based upon experience.  But hold some faith, becuase the company is very competitive for Los Angeles.
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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #7 on: 08-25-2008 -- 16:25:58 »
Thanks for all the help folks, the position has been filled.  Got a 6492 out of the USMC, because face the facts, Marine Calibrators are the best!   :wink:

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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #8 on: 01-13-2009 -- 18:39:56 »
Thanks for all the help folks, the position has been filled.  Got a 6492 out of the USMC, because face the facts, Marine Calibrators are the best!   :wink:

Semper Fi!

I agree, Jarhead calgeeks are the best OOHRAH! Who is this devil dog? I might know him!
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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #9 on: 01-16-2009 -- 04:12:06 »
I'f I had a dime every time a jarhead said he was the best, I'd be rich.  The proof is in the pudding, not how much you blurt out "we're the best".  LOL

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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #10 on: 01-16-2009 -- 11:01:44 »
I'f I had a dime every time a jarhead said he was the best, I'd be rich.  The proof is in the pudding, not how much you blurt out "we're the best".  LOL

   If I had a dime for every PMEL guy that thinks they are the best, I would have Bill Gates cleaning my house.  :-D
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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #11 on: 01-19-2009 -- 18:29:25 »
Quote from: flew-da-coup link=topic=1073. msg12105#msg12105 date=1232103704
Quote from: USAF PMEL link=topic=1073. msg12104#msg12104 date=1232079126
I'f I had a dime every time a jarhead said he was the best, I'd be rich.   The proof is in the pudding, not how much you blurt out "we're the best".   LOL

   If I had a dime for every PMEL guy that thinks they are the best, I would have Bill Gates cleaning my house.   :-D

I don't understand. . . How would you being rich make Bill Gates poor enough to have to clean your house? 

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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #12 on: 01-22-2009 -- 03:14:48 »
You Air Corps & Naval Infantry slay me.

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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #13 on: 10-15-2009 -- 15:28:23 »
I'm not too concerned with being "the best" but it would seem that the USAF PMEL were smarter because they never had to spend a night in a foxhole or a tent.   :wink:

Yeah for carpet and fresh cooked meals!  :-D

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Re: Metrology/Cal Tech position in Los Angeles
« Reply #14 on: 10-16-2009 -- 03:24:59 »

Hi,I am very experience in cal field. . and had a few friend in PMEL. . 1972. . and interesting in this job. . . please write to me. . thanks 8-)

 

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