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The More You Know: If you (or someone you know) is looking for work, DND is hiring civilian employees

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by C. Mike Hunt, May 3, 2019.

  1. C. Mike Hunt

    Well-Known Member

    Oct 28, 2007
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    Across from Halifax

    List of job types:
    • Sheet Metal (SR-SMW-08)
    • Pipefitter (SR-PIP-08)
    • Welder (SR-MAN-09)
    • Plater (SR-BOB-09)
    • Electricians and Electronics Journeypersons (SR-EEW-10)
    • Finance Business Analyst (AS-04)
    • Equipment Health Monitoring Analyst (EG-05)
    • Docking Officer (EG-06)
    • IM Manager (CS-03)
    • Safety & Environment Inspectors (EG-05)*
    *will only be utilized if current process does not result in appointments

    • Clerks/Admin Positions (CR-03, CR-04)
    • Admin Support / Officer (AS-02, AS-03)
    • Security Supervisor Liaison Officer (AS-01)
    • Security Officer (AS-03)
    • Naval Warfare Librarian (AS-02)
    • Various IT positions (CS-01)
    • E-Learning Programmer and Lead (CS-01, CS-02)
    • Lab Manager (CS-02)
    • Storespersons – Hazmat (GS-STS-05)
    • Ammunition Apprentice and Technician (GT-01, GT-02)
    • Pollution Control Resp Instructor (GT-03)
    • ISSC Coordinator (GT-04)
    • Multimedia Specialist (GT-04)
    • Explosives Safety Officer (GT-05)
    • Material Control Officer (GT-06)
    • Maintenance Deckhand (SC-DED-04)
    • Various Ship’s Officer positions (SO-MAO-01, SO-MAO-02, SO-MAO-03, SO-MAO-06, SO-MAO-10)
    • Financial Analyst (PG-02)
    • Contracts Inspector (GL-COI-10)
    • Preventive Maintenance Supervisor (EG-06)
    • Various Health Professionals and Specialists
    • Language Teachers – English and French
    • Instructional Designers
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  2. Arod

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    Jun 26, 2003
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    Stratford, PE
    DVA just had a career fair today at the NSCC Ivany campus too. Big hiring blitz right now
  3. TheOldskoo


    Feb 29, 2012
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    I'm what feels like a good deal of the way through the candidate process for one of the EEW-10 positions now. If I'm already in the low to mid 30s per hour doing my current job; is this something worth making a leap for? Or would I be gypped for a number of years by some kind of apprentice rate or whatnot?

    I can find the payscale well enough since the union contracts are all public info, just not sure how they handle prior to:
    - The rate will be paid to an EEW-10 (Electronic Repairman) upon satisfactory completion of an Electronic Systems trade test.

    If I was taking a reduction to move over then I might as well not, because I'd have to guess that there is less flexibility.

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