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Offline CatfishJohn78

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Re: FAA Calibration Technician - Mobile
« Reply #15 on: 09-05-2015 -- 12:38:22 »
So far it's been a gas. I am currently in Grand Junction, CO, and it's the most beautiful place I have ever seen. The Book Cliffs are overlooking the Grand Mesa. It's high desert country up here. The trailers are lock, stock, and fully loaded with all of the hardware/software needed to fully automate most calibrations. So far it's been a wonderful experience. As far as per diem and hotels go...priceline, expedia, etc...are invaluable and make traveling economical. I've traveled through 6 states so far and have yet to pay anymore than half the per diem rate at a hotel. I've mostly used priceline. For example: I called a local hotel...three stars...and they quoted me some rates that fluctuated on a dial basis from 80 to 120 per night. However, I hit up priceline's express deals and booked the same hotel for less than 60. You just have to do your homework a bit and know how to take advantage of the deals that these traveling companies are able to score. So...it's possible to get some nice rooms for cheap rates. If y'all have any questions, let me know. But I have to go...the local FAA manager mapped out a nice little route that takes me around to several local spots that highlight the beauty that is Western Colorado. Cheers and Hafa Adai!
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Re: FAA Calibration Technician - Mobile
« Reply #16 on: 09-06-2015 -- 19:51:27 »
"I seem to remember hearing about Metrum once in a galaxy far far away..."
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Re: FAA Calibration Technician - Mobile
« Reply #17 on: 09-09-2015 -- 16:26:48 »
@CatfishJohn78, do they have trailers all over the county and openings all over or just certain areas? And how you like working out of a trailer? Thanks.

Offline USMCPMEL

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Re: FAA Calibration Technician - Mobile
« Reply #18 on: 09-14-2015 -- 12:16:13 »
I think he is not responding to you sir. I sent him a private messgae a while back and he never responded to me either.

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Re: FAA Calibration Technician - Mobile
« Reply #19 on: 09-14-2015 -- 12:44:50 »
you probably never will. He's just that way....

Offline griff61

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Re: FAA Calibration Technician - Mobile
« Reply #20 on: 09-14-2015 -- 20:24:08 »
I think he is not responding to you sir. I sent him a private messgae a while back and he never responded to me either.
Maybe there ain't no intertubes way out where he's at?
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Re: FAA Calibration Technician - Mobile
« Reply #21 on: 09-22-2015 -- 14:14:39 »
@CatfishJohn78, do they have trailers all over the county and openings all over or just certain areas? And how you like working out of a trailer? Thanks.
To respond to your inquiry...Bionetics has calibration trailer teams across the U.S. and are actively seeking qualified calibrators to join the Bionetics Team.  Please feel free to email me your resume, HR@bionetics.com and reference "Mobile Cal Tech" in the subject so I can expedite them :-)

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Re: FAA Calibration Technician - Mobile
« Reply #22 on: 09-22-2015 -- 14:33:23 »
If I was not in such bad health right now I'd jump on this because not only did I go to Cal school (in Denver), I also held many Navy air traffic control maintenance NECs. Including the FAAs ASR-8 (DOD AN/GPN-27)
NEC as well...
Douglas J. Baird, USN(ret),

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Re: FAA Calibration Technician - Mobile
« Reply #23 on: 09-24-2015 -- 21:15:40 »
Squidley, not a problem, feel free to apply!

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Re: FAA Calibration Technician, Mobile
« Reply #24 on: 11-03-2015 -- 17:29:14 »
We've been grateful for the awesome photo's from our folks out in the field...Mt. Rushmore

 

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