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chtucker
02-23-2009, 10:46 AM
Time to spread more employment cheer.

These are good government jobs. One in Grand Junction the other in Denver... The Denver one will have alot of internal canidates.

I won't get into a discussion this time about how much more you could make in the private sector...

I am very thankful to have a job...

Questions welcome.

http://www.gssa.state.co.us/announce/Job%20Announcements.nsf/54c67aad0c28fbac87257448005063b7/cef38a29074145b287257560006cf469?OpenDocument

http://www.gssa.state.co.us/announce/Job%20Announcements.nsf/54c67aad0c28fbac87257448005063b7/1ef8d0532a1c9edc87257560006dd978?OpenDocument

Links fixed?

MDH33
02-23-2009, 12:33 PM
Links not working.

chtucker
02-23-2009, 12:43 PM
Links not working.


Think they are fixed now..

treerootCO
02-23-2009, 01:20 PM
Does the State use Avaya telephone equipment? I can't recall ever working on them.

chtucker
02-23-2009, 01:25 PM
Does the State use Avaya telephone equipment? I can't recall ever working on them.

Most of it is Cisco... We have about 6 people who do phones exclusively...

The above jobs are mostly radio/microwave/mountain top stuff... Plus you get to off road/sno cat in someone elses junk.

DaveInDenver
02-23-2009, 01:44 PM
I won't get into a discussion this time about how much more you could make in the private sector...
I'm not sure what you're referring to, but I can tell you this much that I am way UNDER the minimum salary listed on the EE-II job. I wouldn't complain about a state telecom job with a $18,000 yearly salary bump. In fact, hmmm....

B.S.E.E. - check
RF/analog electronics major - check
P.E. - check
7 years designing electronics - check
FCC GROL - nope (but compared to engineering school, the ham test and the PE exam, how hard could it be?)

chtucker
02-23-2009, 02:14 PM
I'm not sure what you're referring to, but I can tell you this much that I am way UNDER the minimum salary listed on the EE-II job. I wouldn't complain about a state telecom job with a $18,000 yearly salary bump. In fact, hmmm....

B.S.E.E. - check
RF/analog electronics major - check
P.E. - check
7 years designing electronics - check
FCC GROL - nope (but compared to engineering school, the ham test and the PE exam, how hard could it be?)


I went through a big hoopla on advrider.com where someone thought that Electronics Spec IV (one pay step above spec III) was worth 120k a year:eek: The FCC GROL test is easy to get... all the questions are published just like the Ham tests

Dave if you are interested PM me...