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Author Topic: Cal Techs needed at NASA Johnson Space Center - Houston  (Read 10449 times)

Offline MIRCS

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Re: Cal Techs needed at NASA Johnson Space Center - Houston
« Reply #15 on: 01-30-2012 -- 17:08:19 »
Is Kanne still there?

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Re: Cal Techs needed at NASA Johnson Space Center - Houston
« Reply #16 on: 01-30-2012 -- 18:32:35 »
Houston has some of the most oppressive weather conditions I've ever been in.  It's great from say, Oct - Apr, but the Summers there are horrid.

I guess that depends on what kind of weather you like. I like it hot, so I enjoy it here.

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Re: Cal Techs needed at NASA Johnson Space Center - Houston
« Reply #17 on: 01-30-2012 -- 18:33:09 »
Is Kanne still there?

I am not familiar with a Kanne, sorry

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Re: Cal Techs needed at NASA Johnson Space Center - Houston
« Reply #18 on: 02-01-2012 -- 22:18:15 »
How many slots are open?  :-o
Douglas J. Baird, USN(ret),

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Re: Cal Techs needed at NASA Johnson Space Center - Houston
« Reply #19 on: 02-02-2012 -- 21:25:29 »
I don't know how many slots are open. I just know one person moved, and one person retired, and one person took a job in the oil industry recently.

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Re: Cal Techs needed at NASA Johnson Space Center - Houston
« Reply #20 on: 05-15-2012 -- 20:26:51 »
That is funny.  I have been in all kinds of labs over the last 30+ years.  Only the last few years has the educational system decided they can make a buck by offering this.
Since I have done well in AF labs and GE labs over the years, I do not acknowledge the value of these tests.
  Guess I am out also.
The Center Will Not Hold

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Re: Cal Techs needed at NASA Johnson Space Center - Houston
« Reply #21 on: 05-15-2012 -- 22:48:41 »
I'm here and loving it.  Fantastic environment and great leadership.  A-holes please do not apply!
I guess I'm out then!!
Me too...
Dito....

But, I thought all calibrators are a** holes to some level.

What is this "Shark Tank"?
Make no friendship with an angry man; and with a furious man thou shalt not go: Prov.22:24

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Re: Cal Techs needed at NASA Johnson Space Center - Houston
« Reply #22 on: 05-16-2012 -- 01:31:16 »
Yes you did not know???

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Re: Cal Techs needed at NASA Johnson Space Center - Houston
« Reply #23 on: 06-22-2012 -- 18:44:25 »
Are there still positions open?

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Re: Cal Techs needed at NASA Johnson Space Center - Houston
« Reply #24 on: 06-24-2012 -- 02:08:47 »
Go ahead and apply, we are always looking for quality techs. If there is something open and/or you are what we are looking then we may be able to get in. If you are interested PM me and I will give you an email address to send to.

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Re: Cal Techs needed at NASA Johnson Space Center - Houston
« Reply #25 on: 06-27-2012 -- 20:31:32 »
Dang...Houston.  Say, when is commercial space going to land in Alaska (besides the Kodiak launch facility and the maintenance facility around Delta Junction)?  There is a huge untapped pool of displaced Clear AFS techs and others who are up there and plan on staying. They had established lives up there, and now they've probably had to go up onto the slope to work for big oil. Who is measuring the frontier eh? 
If you are not interested in the science, then you have mistaken me for someone who is content to work next to the demon called indifference.  Get thee hence back to your hell, you greedy and heartless devil, and leave my people free to feel good about the instruments they study.  They are your mothers and fathers, not your mindless subjects.

 

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