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    NBL Dive Jobs

    the Neutral Bouyancy Lab in Houston, TX needs several divers.

    The position is "basically" a safety diver job.

    go to www.oceaneering.com click on "employment"

    scroll down to:

    Dive Operations Specialist - Tech 1


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    Position No: 2007-01-OSS Position Title: Dive Operations Specialist - Tech 1Location: OCEANEERING SPACE SYSTEMS (OSS)Position Description: Receives on-the-job training and work instruction in primary NBL duty station operations that support NASA Astronaut training, testing and research activities in a simulated zero gravity environment with the objective of completing duty station job certification requirements. Must pass pre-employment drug screening and background check. Minimum Requirements Education: High School degree or equivalentExperience: Must be SCUBA certified at least 1 years with 25 logged dives. Offshore Certification preferred.Skills & Knowledge:Must be able to pass a USAF Class III physical. Maintain health and fitness. Must pass pre-employment drug screening and background check. Any MHE, Safety and mechanical experience helpful. Please send resume to:Mail resume to 16665 Space Center Blvd, Houston, TX 77058, fax to 281-228-5545 or email to hr-oss@oceaneering.com

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    Do you happen to know when they'll be looking for divers again. I've applied once a month for I think the last 6 or 7 months....

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    Well since NASA funding is in the toilet, and the shuttle is scheduled to wrap up operations this year, and there are no plans for anything else, and since lots and lots of folks think maybe non-governmental agencies could do the job better faster cheaper and the divers working at the NBL are looking for jobs themselves, I'd guess, hmmmm...Never?

    I've got a few friends working at NBL and the outlook is not good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wookie View Post
    Well since NASA funding is in the toilet, and the shuttle is scheduled to wrap up operations this year, and there are no plans for anything else, and since lots and lots of folks think maybe non-governmental agencies could do the job better faster cheaper and the divers working at the NBL are looking for jobs themselves, I'd guess, hmmmm...Never?

    I've got a few friends working at NBL and the outlook is not good.

    Thank Barry for this and remember when he was campaigning we were "going back to the moon" and "$$$$ for science." JUst words, just speeches.
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