GUAM – The latest job openings in the Federal sector on Guam hint at what it takes to support community living for military families and facilitate Defense Department missions and U.S. federal programs, regulations and interests on island.
New jobs in the last two weeks signal the onset of back-to-school preparations, high patient volume at medical facilities and the community’s growing morale, welfare and recreation needs.
Employment opportunities have popped up at the island’s Department of Defense schools, which serve dependants of DoD military and civilian personnel, at the Naval Hospital in Agana Heights, one of only two hospitals on Guam, and at Naval Base Guam facilities for children’s programs, the library, hobby shops, pools and other recreational areas.
The life rhythm of Guam’s military, DoD and Federal Government communities is also evident in new jobs to load ships with subsistence and supplies, troubleshoot network and server systems at the Guam Remote Tracking Station, the Air Force’s satellite control center, police the island’s ports of entry, and handle and clear unexploded ordnance from military land to make way for new construction.
GuamBuildupNews.com surveyed online job listings over the past 10 days, a sampling of which are reported here:
The Department of Navy is seeking a Security Guard (Surveillance Detection), two Safety and Occupational Health Specialists at the Naval Hospital, a Human Resources Officer, a Biological Science Technician / Specialist (Acquisition), a Materials Engineer (Acquisition) and a Mechanical Engineer (Acquisition).
The Department Of Commerce is looking for a Fishery Policy Analyst for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The Department Of Defense Education Activity, which runs schools for dependants of DoD personnel, has part time, seasonal positions for Office Automation Clerks/Assistants to help school administrators, Monitors/Lead Monitors to help with lunchroom, recess, classroom and bus monitoring, and Educational Aids to assist teachers and administrative staff.
Raytheon is seeking a Field Engineer I with experience handling copper telecommunications cable, multimeters, oscilloscopes and telecommunications switches or IT hardware. The company provides state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration and other capabilities in the areas of sensing, effects, and command, control, communications and intelligence systems, as well as a broad range of mission support services.
ASRC Federal Holding Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Native Alaskan company, Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, is seeking a Systems Administrator for the Air Force Satellite Control Network’s Guam Remote Tracking Station.
Chugach Federal Solutions, the Native Alaskan company which recently won the Navy’s morale, welfare and recreation services contract, has an opening for a Child Development Center Director at Naval Base, Guam.
Lockheed Martin affiliate DZSP 21 says it will close on six positions this week to fulfill its U.S. Navy Base Operating Services Contract. The company is seeking a General Maintenance Worker at Port Operations Naval Base Guam, a Quality Administrator, an Editor (Public Affairs), two Stationary Engineers, a Heavy Equipment Mechanic and an Office Manager (Program Management). An opening for Mechanical Engineer (Facilities Management) has no closing date yet and the company is still accepting applications for Structural Engineer (Facilities Management) to establish a list.
Alutiiq, a Native Alaskan Corporation, is seeking a General Laborer to load and stow subsistence and supplies on-board all DoD ships in Guam.
Chenega, also Native Alaskan, is hiring for Construction Carpenter, Construction Laborer, Electrician I, General Clerk I, Mason, Painter, Plumber and Project Coordinator I at Andersen Air Force Base and a Software Engineer III in Agana Heights.
Environet Hawaii is seeking a Senior Quality Control Manager to manage QC personnel and operations for Department of Defense projects located in Hawaii and Guam. Projects are primarily construction but could also include unexploded ordnance removal and environmental remediation.
GuamBuildupNews.com monitors the marketplace for job opportunities and workforce recruitment trends related to the buildup. Next week, the site will debut a new Guam Jobs Listing feature for job seekers and companies that are hiring.
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