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30+ days ago

Power Plant Electrician (TC-I)

Department of the Army Pasco, WA +2 locations

$40.21 / Per Hour OPEN PERIOD: Thursday, August 14, 2014 to Wednesday, December 31, 2014 SERIES & GRADE: WB-2810-00 POSITION INFORMATION… USA Jobs

30+ days ago

General Engineer (Cost) (Recent Graduate)

Department of the Army Richland, WA

Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that… USA Jobs

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    This career is very rewarding, but it is also very very demanding.

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    Current Employee - Middle Management in Fort Hood, TX
    Current Employee - Middle Management in Fort Hood, TX

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    The benefits are good. Free health care for you and your family. The retirement program, and savings programs are excellent. The Army community allows people from all walks of life to have even footing. It doesn't matter where you came from, or what you did before. All are equal.


    You will be away from home a lot. Even when you are at your home work area, you will have to be at work away from your family a lot. This job will have you doing things that can really change you, for better or worse. Some moments will show you what you are capable of, and you will be stronger for it. Others may shake you to your core in a way that will be very difficult to recover from.

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    The Army is constantly adapting and changing. This job isn't for everyone, and it shouldn't try to accommodate everyone. The biggest weakness I see, is that the group has to keep the pace of the lowest performer. Some of these low performers are tying up middle management, losing valuable resources that are in short supply.

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