U. S. Customs Notice
NOTICE: "...Professional Flight Engineer Vacancies for the U. S. Customs and Border Protection Operations Center..." Contributed by WAEGHE, AFCM P. J. Retired firstname.lastname@example.org [04OCT2006]
The Director of P3 Operations Center, Jacksonville Florida, anticipates the opening of additional Professional Flight Engineer vacancies for the U. S. Customs and Border Protection Operations Center within the next year.
Those still interested in submitting their names for consideration of these possible vacancies, should review the minimum requirements checklist before submitting the information required. Information previously submitted by prospective candidates is held on file at this office should they desire to update it.
All correspondence is in strict confidence and submitted to the Director/ Deputy Director when the possible vacancy is anticipated. At that time, you may be afforded the opportunity to conduct a personal interview.
This submission of information may be your sole opportunity to represent your knowledge, skills, and abilities. Format your package to reflect all data you feel is pertinent.
Mail, email, or fax the materials directly to me. Copies only, no originals please. My mail/ email information is listed below.
FLIGHT ENGINEER MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS CHECKLIST
_____ Smooth ResumeP. J. Waeghe, Jr.
_____ DD-214 (member copy #4)
_____ FAA 2nd Class Medical (prior to hiring)
_____ FAA Airframe & Powerplant License
_____ FAA Flight Engineer (Turboprop) Certification or written completed (passed)
_____ P-3 NATOPS Evaluation (slash 7)
_____ Flight Log Book (page entry), 3000 hours min.
Flight Engineer Recruiter
6222-3 New World Ave.
Jacksonville, FL 32221
DISCLAIMER - THIS IS NOT A JOB OFFER. THIS LETTER IS ONLY SENT FOR THE OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU TO UPDATE/ SUBMIT CORRESPONDANCE ACCORDINGLY.
NOTICE: "...William H. "Andy" Andrews is retiring, again, after 20 years flying P-3s for the U. S. Custom Services (15,000 hours). This is on top of 20 years of VP flying (15,000 hours) (left VP-5 in 1984). Andy was the most senior FE with the most hours..." Contributed by WAEGHE, AFCM P. J. Retired email@example.com [04OCT2006]
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