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    *** URGENT ***

    I am in need to fill a position immediately.

    Requirements:
    You must be in good health, pass a physical.
    You must have a security clearance issued by the US Government, a
    'NAC' (National Agency Check) in hand.

    Responsibilites:
    Be mechanically able to repair commercial kitchen equipment to include small boilers, rerfrigerators, plumbing, ovens, steam tables, hot boxes, electrical, etc.

    Be able to work 24/7.
    Be able to stand temperature extremes, 20 degrees to 130 degrees in the same day.

    Place of work:
    Iraq, on US Marine bases, with 2500 other marines. You will not be going off these bases.

    Compensation:
    $14,000.00 per month, and all expenses paid.

    Length of Employment:
    Right now thru the end of July. Could very possible turn into one year. One year, and this money then (over 335 days out of country) is tax free.

    Contact me only if you are ready to go, right now, at:
    bruce_norman@bellsouth.net
    Last edited by ARPA; 04-09-2009 at 12:10 PM.

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    Wow...no wonder this war is costing so much....$3500 a week for one person?

    What kind of hours?....not that it would matter much after the timezone change, but I'm curious.

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    No set hours. It doesn't work, you fix it, how ever you can to get the kitchen up and running, 5 of them, 24/7.
    Nothing broke, you do whatever.
    I have all the tools and parts there in country.

    expenses......some of them......
    5K a month for insurance
    6K for the plane ticket
    2k for shots, medical, eye, hearing exams/clearance
    Plus training to train the right person for a week at a military installation stateside on the equipment.
    Then, one week training by the military at Camp LeJuene for war zone, Iraq. etc, etc....

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    Damn..... They have beer on base Right....?? Is there any age stipulations.....?? I would like to help out the people that protect us.....Eating cold chow probably suks......Melting ice cream......



    Let me know the length of the contract...... I might can sign mid May....1st June for sure....
    Life goes on long after the thrill of living is gone.

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    How many shots are we talkin here?...I'm not too crazy about needles... ya know!

    When equipment breaks down where do you get the parts to repair it?...do they have a local Johnstone?

    jUST kidding.

    Seriously though...where do you get parts when needed and why such a short time?...July of this year?

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    I had one tech there for 3 years. He returned stateside in January. Had enough he said. Wants to spend his money. 3 years, tax free!

    The tech I had going, did not pass his NAC security check.
    Consisits of you must be a US citizen, born here.
    Credit good.
    No felonies in the past, at all.

    Contract up end of July.
    They have always done this, but, as long as the Marines are there, they want my techs there.

    Parts....I have parts packages in containers already there, to replace just baout anything that could happen.
    (If the sea bees, KBR, etc, have not stolen them by now......)

    Shots, 27 of them.
    Full medical evaluation. Full eye, and dental evaluation.
    You must not be on any daily meds to go.

    I need a person that already has a security clearance, as to get one, it takes 2 months. Contract will be up by then......

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    Well I'd pass for most if not all of the requirements except for the clearance, I'd need to go through the process......oh and all them shotz! 27?...DAYUM!

    I'm healthy now, but after 27 injections I think I'd be sick as a dog....

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    Darn, too bad I am light on commercial kitchen skills.

    I was issued a TSSBITK clearance courtesy of the US Army... was told that stuff is kept on file for 75 years.

    Even have some time in during Desert Storm... got plenty of shots to go there.

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    I cant get your email to work Arpa.
    I may be who you are looking for.
    Last edited by ARPA; 04-11-2009 at 07:06 PM.

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    If the sea bees, KBR, etc, have not stolen them by now.....
    LOL

    SeaBees always "appropriate" materials and supplies, reason:

    Military Ops trump commercial ops

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    how do you go about getting asecurity clearance from gov. iwould go in a heart beat. have 9yr's prior service us navy reserve mobile construstion force, 20+ in private sector

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    Why are we posting e-mails? Doesn't that open this up to spammers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyorr View Post
    Why are we posting e-mails? Doesn't that open this up to spammers?
    ARPA will be along shortly to remove it.
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    Email addresses

    Sorry, I didnt know.
    I still need ARPA to get ahold of me.

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    I sent you an email, from actionnowac.

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    Email addresses are permissible in the job discussion forum.

    Job Discussion Forum Rules
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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    Arpa-

    For future reference, will you have another contract after this one?
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    I want a job like that here in the USA.

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