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Author Topic: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening  (Read 10159 times)

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Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« on: 08-10-2006 -- 15:40:41 »
Lockheed Martin in Durham, NC has an open position for a Metrologist/PMEL Tech.  Applicants should go to www.lockheedmartin.com and put requisition # 611267 into their shopping cart and then submit. This will “attach” resume to the position so recruiters can view it and then send it to the managers.

 A salary range can't be given on positions because the salary is calculated by our compensation analyst who will base it on education, background, experience, and similar wages by other employees doing the same job ect.  The salary is however competitive and is negotiable.

As of right now relocation is not reimbursed.


Job Description:

 

REQUIRED SKILLS: Electronic M&TE Calibration, RF/Microwave M&TE Calibration, M&TE Troubleshooting & repair, Experience with Data

Bases, Computer literate, Mechanical M&TE Calibration, Customer Interface Experience

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DESIRED SKILLS: Significant RF/Microwave Exp., Significant Elec. M&TE exp., Calibration Automation exp., previous on-site cal. exp., PMEL, Sales/Marketing Experience

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EDUCATION REQUIRED: Bachelors degree from an accredited college in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education.  Entry level.

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SPECIFIC JOB DESCRIPTION: Determine calibration support requirements and interface with the customer to develop & implement

support programs. Serve as the lead LMTO Metrologist to provide all on-site customer interface. Assist senior metrologists in developing new calibration capabilities. Support Metrology sales lead in identifying new business contacts in the local area. Provide on-site metrology calibration and repair support on customer’s measuring & test equipment (M&TE). 
Insure compliance to all required procedures and applicable regulatory requirements. Assist in the design and deployment of calibration, troubleshooting & repair test stations. Maintain minor repair and recalibration capabilities in accordance with approved procedures. Ensure proper completion, and
documentation, on assigned repairs, calibrations, tests, data collection & analysis. Interfaces with the customer to determine support requirements. Complete all assigned tasks in accordance with approved procedures, policies and practices. Perform assigned data trending on M&TE recalibration functions. Interpret and utilize calibration reports for corrections to be applied to measurements. Complete
required repair and recalibration records, reports, out-of-tolerance forms, exceptions and limitations. Communicate with management and engineers to ensure the completion of assigned recalibrations. Identify capital equipment and expense items needed to improve on-site calibration capability. This position has LMOS benefits and reports to the Stennis IMC Manager but is located in North Carolina
providing on-site calibration & repair support to customers located in the North & South Carolina, northern Georgia and southern Virginia region.

 

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Normally requires B.S. Degree in a technical field, or PMEL Training, or A. S. Degree in a technical field, and experience in the use of Microsoft Office programs, such as Excel, Word. Experience in the use of calibration automation stations. Extensive knowledge of general purpose electronic and RF/Microwave M&TE. Experienced in M&TE troubleshooting & repair methods and techniques

 

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: B. S. Degree and Five to Eight years of prior Metrology experience. Prior  PMEL experience; Experience using a wide variety of calibration automation stations and troubleshooting techniques; knowledge of the ISO Standards, ANSI/NCSL Z-540, and ISO/IEC 17025

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STANDARD JOB DESCRIPTION: Develops and evaluates calibration systems that measure characteristics of objects, substances, or phenomena, such as length, mass, time, temperature, electric current, luminous intensity, and derived units of physical or chemical measure.  Identifies magnitude of error sources contributing to uncertainty of results to determine reliability of measurement process in quantitative terms.  Develops calibration methods and techniques based on principles of measurement science, technical analysis of measurement problems and accuracy and precision requirements.

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 Thank you,

Stacie Merker
Recruiter
Lockheed Martin


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Re: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« Reply #1 on: 08-10-2006 -- 17:19:33 »
Here...here.

It is annoying when it says AF PMEL school.

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Re: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« Reply #2 on: 08-10-2006 -- 17:34:48 »
Coup, read it closely.  I don't think it specifically asks for USAF PMEL School, but it does ask for USAF PMEL experience.  Since you worked at WRAFB, you're qualified!
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Re: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« Reply #3 on: 08-10-2006 -- 17:56:38 »
It doesn't matter which military branch the candidates received their PMEL training from, I have been submitting them regardless.

Happy to say I'm a recruiter with Lockheed Martin now and am no longer with TAD Technical!

I know you were messing with me, in fact I was waiting to see how long it would take you  :-P

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Re: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« Reply #4 on: 08-10-2006 -- 17:59:50 »
It's nice to see you here again. Congrat's on getting on with Lockheed. Everyone is having a time finding good techs right now. You should have it easy with finding someone for N.C. I would love to go, but I have to get Florida out of my system first. We both know how nice it is to live down here. :-D
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Re: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« Reply #5 on: 08-10-2006 -- 18:01:40 »
Everyone be nice to SRM she is a nice person and a friend. :-D
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Re: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« Reply #6 on: 08-10-2006 -- 18:14:19 »
Day late and a dollar short..................I moved from NC less than a month ago..........less than an hour from Durham.....or as we call it back home ,,,,,,,Lacrosseville.

First Old Navy bringing up the 3112......and now you bringing up 107/208 Radiation Worker BS........... :x             Great scots.................what is going to blow up on me now........................

I believe I would have a heart attack on the spot if I ever saw a TLD again

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Re: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« Reply #7 on: 08-11-2006 -- 09:55:42 »
I have talked with this recruiter (Stacie Merker) before.  Getting out of military with 17 years experience in PMEL and they seemed offended that I wanted over $20/hr.    Well it did work out, got a much better and higher paying job.
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That is Honor, and there are way too many people in

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Re: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« Reply #8 on: 08-12-2006 -- 02:28:10 »
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Position will require relocating. Without the intelligence, precision calibration and repair of the Sailors in the Mechanical and Industrial field, the Navy's technologically-advanced ...
Closest city:  Ocala, FL  - 54.6 Miles West of Deltona, FL

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DEFINITION OF A VETERAN:

A veteran - whether on active duty, honorably discharged, retired, national guard, or reserve - is someone who, at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check made payable to The 'United States of America', for an amount of 'up to and including my life.'

That is Honor, and there are way too many people in

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Re: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« Reply #9 on: 08-12-2006 -- 02:29:09 »
Our company does pay higher than most Bradley. But they are also to picky. I don't think we will ever get anyone in here to help.

Wrong, they are not too picky........They hired you and I..
DEFINITION OF A VETERAN:

A veteran - whether on active duty, honorably discharged, retired, national guard, or reserve - is someone who, at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check made payable to The 'United States of America', for an amount of 'up to and including my life.'

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Re: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« Reply #10 on: 08-16-2006 -- 14:33:21 »
Under Desired Skills it states USAF PMEL. But what gets me is that the Navy lab I worked at ( Nuke Subs ) was at a higher level than the AF Type IIA lab I worked at. MIRCS can back me up on this he has worked at a Navy Nuke Lab and and at Moody PMEL.  That's not to say a AF PMEL tech with RadCon School couldn't do the same. Besides, I was really just messing with the recruiter. She knows who I am.
Hey Coup, I work for Lockheed under the same job description(well, almost. I'm an instructor as well) and I'm a Marine (like u didn't know that! :-D). And you know we don't have a PMEL program, we fall under you guys (Oohrah, NAVAIR!). They want guys with F-16 exp. but ut's all the same. I haven't seen anything different on 16's then F-18's, hueys, cobras, 53's and frogs....Go figure...Actually, NAVAIR procedures are better written. That's the format I use when I write T.O.'s for the U.A.E.... :mrgreen:
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Re: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« Reply #11 on: 08-16-2006 -- 14:39:22 »
Under Desired Skills it states USAF PMEL. But what gets me is that the Navy lab I worked at ( Nuke Subs ) was at a higher level than the AF Type IIA lab I worked at. MIRCS can back me up on this he has worked at a Navy Nuke Lab and and at Moody PMEL.  That's not to say a AF PMEL tech with RadCon School couldn't do the same. Besides, I was really just messing with the recruiter. She knows who I am.
Hey Coup, I work for Lockheed under the same job description(well, almost. I'm an instructor as well) and I'm a Marine (like u didn't know that! :-D). And you know we don't have a PMEL program, we fall under you guys (Oohrah, NAVAIR!). They want guys with F-16 exp. but ut's all the same. I haven't seen anything different on 16's then F-18's, hueys, cobras, 53's and frogs....Go figure...Actually, NAVAIR procedures are better written. That's the format I use when I write T.O.'s for the U.A.E.... :mrgreen:

How bout with the bore site fixtures??

The specific 16 equipment, like the thrust plate etc.

The test cells??? Test Stations............test station crap sucks donkey ba@#s


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Re: Lockheed Martin- Durham, NC opening
« Reply #12 on: 08-16-2006 -- 15:21:53 »
True...You're always going to have ya specialty items and such, but nothing that's cause you to lose sleep or requires a degree for. As far as test cell, if you seen one you seen them all. Basically the same concepts: Torque, pressure, flow, etc...All test cells suck to cal. We're having problems out here with this new cell. It's computer screens and all types of crap. :x
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« Reply #13 on: 08-16-2006 -- 22:00:54 »
Hey I used to run the on-site team out of NADEP Jacksonville.  We did the test cells on NAS Jax, NAS Cecil Field and NAS Mayport.  I loved doing test cells.  Have also done them on the USS Enterprise and USS Eisenhower. 
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« Reply #14 on: 08-25-2006 -- 04:53:00 »
What about test fixtures? I've done them. Matter of fact all the ones that go through Robins AFB PMEL are done by 2 Navy guys. It's not like it is rocket science. By the way the same guys do the test cells. Remember that the Navy has planes to. The Navy has more fighter aircraft than the AirForce. My point was that the AirForce is not the only service that has a metrology program. :|

Dimensional measurement is just deminsional measurement, I don't inderstand what you are trying to say about test fixtures or bore fixtures? Matter of fact very few AirForce guys ever learn test fixtures. I don't think that is the reason why they mention AirForce only. Besides the Navy had the best Phys. D. school out of all the branches. No other branch had a 5-6 month Phys.D. school. Like I said I don't think that is  the reason. I believe that metrology as become synominous with AirForce PMEL and that's all. You should know this MIRCS.

Stop trying to stir crap up. Hahahaha


Very true, Coup. Hell, for a while there, I thought the Air Force had the whole PMEL industry on lock down. Seemed like every other job wanted "AIR FORCE trained PMEL". I bet what they meant is that the military PMEL schools are on an air force base (except if you're a sailor or Marine, then you go to P-Cola for a few months then to TMDE school at Keesler. They changed the PMEL program in 2000. Now it's called GCAMS). I've always heard even before I joined that the NAVY had the best electronic programs. But, the majority of Air Force cal techs that I've had the privlege to work with are sharp as a tack, too!  :-D  Then again, we (USMC and USN) don't have the funding to contract out PMEL to civies. So therefore, in the year 2070, the Marine and Navy Pmel techs will still be cal'ing and repairing vacuum tube voltmeters..... :cry:
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