Looking for a Fuel Cell spot

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theone20062002

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Unread post11 Jun 2005, 18:52

I'm new to this forum and was looking for a ART postion, or just regular civilian one. i'm debating if I want to get out of the AF or stay in, I have till Jan. 06 to think about it. I have about 6 years experience on F-16 Fuel Cell. If anybody knows of any openings I'd greatly appreciate it.
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Unread post24 Oct 2005, 18:39

Wendy's is hiring
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Unread post24 Oct 2005, 23:08

Well the ANG and AFRES are always hiring Traditional fuel cell folks but full-time (ART/Technician) positions are usually much harder to come by. In most cases your best bet is to hook up with a unit and then bid into the full time slot. Just make sure you don't jump into a unit that's getting BRAC'ed. But with the BRAC there are a lot of full timers that won't follow the jets to a new city so you might be prime for a slot. One disadvantage of full time ANG/AFRES is that if you don't like your boss/coworkers you're going to be stuck with them for the next 10-20 years but in AD you have a chance every 3-4 to get people you like.
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Unread post24 Oct 2005, 23:09

BTW - there are companies (civilian) that specialize in fuel cell work on airliners. Tiger AOG is one of them I think.
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Unread post01 Nov 2005, 22:56

I heard there is a company by the name of NAAS that specializes in fuel system depot type work. And Wendy's specializes in square patties

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