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Career Path => Outages => Topic started by: mharper on Oct 16, 2013, 09:11

Title: Field Machinists?
Post by: mharper on Oct 16, 2013, 09:11
New to the site, please forgive me if I am doing this wrong.
Can anyone give some guidance on where to find field machinists?  Would a job posting on here be prudent, or is there somewhere better suited?
We are in need of a few good guys, any and all advice greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Mark Harper

Title: Re: Field Machinists?
Post by: chuckdhuff on Oct 16, 2013, 09:19
No job postings are allowed in the open forum. You have to pay to post an add in the Jobs board. The moderators will be along shortly to straighten you out. Go to the Jobs Tab and follow the drop down menu to find out how to post a job as an employer.
Title: Re: Field Machinists?
Post by: mharper on Oct 16, 2013, 09:54
ksheed -
sorry, not trying to circumvent the system, just wanted to know if I'm in the right place or not.

Doesn't make sense to post a job here for a macaroni cook if you are all oil salesmen.
Title: Re: Field Machinists?
Post by: Rennhack on Oct 16, 2013, 03:32
Mark, thanks for buying a job posting (http://www.nukeworker.com/job/view.php?job_id=29327). A quick look at the nuclear resume summary page shows (http://www.nukeworker.com/job/resume_category_display.php):

Machine Designer (75)
Machine Drafter (59)
Machine Engineer (87)
Machine Operator (641)
Machine Technician (280)
Machinist (349)

Field Contract Manager (118)
Field Coordinator (262)
Field Engineer (583)
Field Project Manager (475)
Field Service (312)
Field Service Engineer (205)
Field Service Rep (179)
Field Service Technician (523)

Personally I would have posted the job in the Machinist category instead of the Field service category.  If you don't get the response you were looking for in a few days, lets move it.