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Offline Junique

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« on: 07-01-2016 -- 01:15:13 »
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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #1 on: 07-01-2016 -- 03:35:52 »
You forgot..  Likes long walks through the calibration lab, holding hands, and candle light repairs.

Sorry... I just never read a post like this one before..
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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #2 on: 07-01-2016 -- 11:29:45 »
Mike.....lol

Jinuque,
    There is so much pmel work out there right now, you could pretty much go where you want.  I know Lockheed had several positions open throughout the country.  You can find them on the careers page of the website
Jason
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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #4 on: 07-01-2016 -- 15:31:09 »
odd.. cant really take it seriously, sorry.

are you banking on the Female part being the trump card? i know calibration is predominantly old men. However, slinging female out there makes it like we are all looking for a single women to work in the lab?

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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #5 on: 07-01-2016 -- 18:15:49 »
"are you banking on the Female part being the trump card? i know calibration is predominantly old men. However, slinging female out there makes it like we are all looking for a single women to work in the lab?"

Not at all. Most labs have the demographic you mention and they don't want a woman there to "mess-up the vibe". Especially in Phys-D. Sometimes it's just "No girls allowed" god ol' boys club. 

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« Reply #6 on: 07-02-2016 -- 10:55:02 »
 I thought it was a catchy creative way to get people to snap onto her message.
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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #7 on: 07-02-2016 -- 18:02:22 »
I think it's a very good idea to allow potential employers to decide if your personal facts are something they are willing to consider. I'm 57 and I put that on my resume so employers can decide if that's what they're looking for without asking me.

The post was different because there are not many women posting here.
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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #8 on: 07-03-2016 -- 22:23:01 »
Junique, you left the most important part - what are YOUR measurements?

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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #9 on: 07-04-2016 -- 19:57:21 »
I thought it was a really clever way of introducing herself and letting everyone know she is available for a great opportunity. 

I just wish I had authority now to hire and train my replacement. Retirement beckons, though it will probably be a couple of years. 

Junique if you are still available in a couple of years I would love to talk to you.

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« Reply #10 on: 07-04-2016 -- 22:35:15 »
Thanks guys for the kind responses. Just being myself. I'm "crazy" I love PMEL and find in fun. I hope to be around for a while. I'm active on the FB page and would love to network more. Calibration is a science and art, the tactile feel in Phys-D can make or break a good measurement. You can't put a touch or technique in a manual. Some things have to be shown to be passed down properly, IMO. A great mentor is key to become a great trades-person and master the art of measurement. OlDave I will be in touch. If you have any QA, Phys-D or Management reference material you care to share it would be appreciated.  Have a fantastic 4th everyone.
« Last Edit: 07-04-2016 -- 22:39:16 by Junique »

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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #11 on: 07-05-2016 -- 19:23:43 »
Good luck, I hope you find something that works for you.

Ah, the FB page. I left it a year+ ago and haven't looked back. Is it still just blog for a few peoples' music playlists?

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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #12 on: 07-05-2016 -- 19:32:57 »
highest bidder gets me.
I'll start the bidding at $15/hr  :-D

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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #13 on: 07-06-2016 -- 13:54:30 »

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Re: PMEL female
« Reply #14 on: 07-06-2016 -- 14:01:16 »
Kind Responses? I hope to hell this doesn't turn into a girly site!!

 

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