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22 435 $ Average monthly salary

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In Kalamazoo the most claimed specialist of Education Jobs. According to our site`s statistics the number of vacancies in this branch is 10.5% from total number of suggestions in Kalamazoo.

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The highest paid category in Kalamazoo is Manufacturing/Mechanical. The average salary in the category is 100000 usd.

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Eurofins is the biggest employer of the number of open vacancies in Kalamazoo. According to our site`s statistics in Eurofins company are opened 22 vacancies.

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Optometrist is the most popular profession in Kalamazoo. According to data of our Site, the number of vacancies is 1. The average salary of the profession of Optometrist is 2800 usd

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Cryptologic Technician
Navy, Kalamazoo, MI, Kalamazoo County
ABOUT Enlisted Sailors in the Navy Cryptology community analyze encrypted electronic communications, jam enemy radar signals, decipher information in foreign languages and maintain state-of-the-art equipment and networks used to generate top secret intel. Their other responsibilities include: Collecting, analyzing and reporting on communication signals Utilizing computers, specialized computer-assisted communications equipment and video display terminals Serving as an important part of the Information Dominance Corps in its mission to gain a deep understanding of the inner workings of adversaries and develop unmatched knowledge of the battlespace during wartime RESPONSIBILITIES Within Navy Cryptology, there are distinct focus areas that have their own training paths and job descriptions. Each CT role works under the oversight of Cryptologic Warfare Officers (four-year degree required) or Cyber Warfare Engineers (four-year degree required) - and potentially both. 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Their responsibilities include: Operating electronic intelligence-receiving and direction-finding systems, digital recording devices, analysis terminals, and associated computer equipment Operating systems that produce high-power jamming signals used to deceive electronic sensors and defeat radar-guided weapons systems Providing technical and tactical guidance in support of surface, subsurface, air and special warfare operations Cryptologic Technician Networks (CTN) - CTNs serve as experts in communication network defense and forensics. Their responsibilities include: Monitoring, identifying, collecting and analyzing information Providing computer network risk mitigation and network vulnerability assessments and incident response/reconstruction Providing network target access tool development Conducting computer network operations worldwide in support of Navy and Department of Defense missions Cryptologic Technician Maintenance (CTM) - CTMs serve as experts in the preventive and corrective maintenance of sophisticated cryptologic equipment, networks and systems. 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WORK ENVIRONMENT Cryptologic Technicians perform a variety of duties worldwide, at numerous overseas and stateside shore commands; aboard surface ships, aircraft and submarines; and with Naval Special Warfare - generally dividing time between assignments ashore and afloat. Duties could be performed in an office setting, lab-type setting, specialized maintenance shop, secure space or watch environment. As a CT, you may work independently or as part of small, coordinated teams - ultimately under the supervision of Information Warfare Officers (four-year degree required) or Cyber Warfare Engineers (four-year degree required). TRAINING & ADVANCEMENT Upon completion of initial 7-9 week Recruit Training (known as Boot Camp), those pursuing a Cryptologic Technician role report to either Pensacola, Fla., or Monterey, Calif., to receive formal Navy schooling in their specialty area within the field of cryptology. 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Naval Aviator
Navy, Kalamazoo, MI, Kalamazoo County
ABOUT Search for underwater threats. Deliver payloads of incredible firepower or necessary manpower. Execute strategic aerial maneuvers anywhere from the stratosphere, to mere feet above the sea. This is just a glimpse into your career as a Naval Aviator. You also may find yourself: Flying some of the most innovative and high-tech aircraft in the world Providing vital attack, defense and logistic support to the Fleet Controlling and maintaining all internal and external aircraft systems RESPONSIBILITIES Navy Pilots and Naval Flight Officers (NFOs) are important components in an exclusive, world-class group of Officers. This job will require you to perform at the best of your ability at all times. Making use of your advanced training and unparalleled knowledge to provide the utmost safety and security in the world's skies. As a Pilot, you may: Take part in antisubmarine warfare and mine countermeasures, as well as search and rescue operations and vertical replenishment missions Receive specialized training on the advanced tactical systems found on Navy aircraft Project aviation power in fighter and attack, reconnaissance, and sea control missions. launching from aircraft carriers or surface combatants. Conduct enemy surveillance by collecting photographic intelligence As an NFO, you may: Study aerodynamics, aircraft engine systems, meteorology, navigation, flight planning and flight safety Train and specialize in EA-18G Growler electronic countermeasures aircraft, E-2C Hawkeye early warning and control aircraft, or the new P-8A Poseidon antisubmarine aircraft Electronically detect and track ships, submarines, aircraft and missiles WORK ENVIRONMENT As a Navy Pilot or an NFO, missions and assignments can be anywhere around the globe. This includes working from carrier battle groups, or other sea-based platforms, and at Naval Air Stations or other locations on shore. TRAINING & ADVANCEMENT Those entering aviation programs must first attend Officer Candidate School (OCS) in Newport, RI, and then complete a six-week air indoctrination course at Naval Aviation Schools Command, in Pensacola, FL. From there, prospective Pilots and NFOs attend primary flight training. Pilots and NFOs then request an aircraft pipeline and enter the intermediate phase of flight training, which builds upon basic flight and navigation training. The final phase is advanced naval flight training, focusing on mission specifics. After completion, Pilots and NFOs are awarded their "wings of gold" and report to their respective Fleet Replacement Squadrons (FRSs) for further training specific to their aircraft. Promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. It's also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields. EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES Following your initial flying tour as a Navy Pilot or an NFO, you can attend the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, CA, where you may be able to earn a master's or doctoral degree while being paid full-time. QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS A four-year degree is required to work as a Navy Pilot or Naval Flight Officer. Candidates seeking an Officer position in this community must have a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution in a technical field. All candidates must also be U.S. citizens, willing to serve worldwide and qualified for sea duty. General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you're currently serving, whether you've served before or whether you've never served before.
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Navy Chaplain
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Got shears and a winning attitude? Have a yearning to earn and a desire to support other stylists? Then let’s talk Maybe you’re a stylist who wants more responsibility, or you’re looking for a new opportunity? If this sounds like you, then you may have what it takes to be an assistant salon manager at a Great Clips salon. Great things happen at a Great Clips salon, and we’d love for you to be part of that. Offering a hiring bonus. What are salon owners looking for in a great Assistant Salon Manager? Great communication skills A motivating attitude Top-notch technical skills Flexible and organized Driven to achieve goals Licensed to cut hair Requirements: Cosmetology and/or barber license (licensing requirements vary by state/province) What benefits may be offered by each salon owner in return? Manager training to grow your team and the salon Incentives and recognition for a job well done An immediate customer base Ongoing training for career growth Sounds good, right? Then the salon owner wants to hear from you Do what you love doing with a great brand. Join a Great Clips salon team today.
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