Military Sealift Command
3.5 of 5 24 reviews
www.msc.navy.mil 1000 to 5000 Employees
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Making money away from home

 Current Supply Utilityman in Norfolk, VA

Pros: The money is really good because of the overtime you get everyday and weekends. You are working 7days a week. You get to visit beautiful places all over the world. You can train on the ship to advance. Some departments are easier to get in than… Full Review

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Norfolk, VA Aug 2010 Reviewed 6 weeks ago

Interview Details – The hiring process is HARD. You have to be diligent in your efforts and be patient. It took me two years to get hired and two applications. This is just an entry-level job but the benefits, pay, and job security are so great that it's well worth it. Anyway, first you have to obtain an MMD and TWIC…Full Interview

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