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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
8 Hilltop Times March 16,2006 NEWS BRIEFS • Hill AFB Summer Employment Program Hill personnel officials are recru,iting students to participate in the base's Summer Employment Program for 2006. The following positions will be available: • GS-0303-02 Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP) Clerk. Duties include performing routine miscellaneous clerical work • WG-3502-02 Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP) Laborer. Duties include performing manual warehouse duties and tasks. • GS-0802-02 Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP) Engineering Aid. Hill also plans to start a pilot program to encourage and attract seven student candidates to enter into civilian careers with the United States Air Force as engineers and scientists. High School juniors and seniors who have demonstrated competency in —i Technical Management Awards luncheon 11 a.m., April 5, in the Club Hill Ballroom. At the luncheon, 17 award winners will be announced and Terry Jaggers, a senior executive service employee from Headquarters Air Force, will be the keynote speaker. The Engineering and Technical Management • Job vacancies Awards recognize outstandThe following internal ing individuals and teams job vacancies are projected across Hill in positions of for Friday: GS-0201-09, GS- engineering, technical man0018-12 and GS-0343-07 agement, engineering techTarget 09. Other vacancies, nician and support. They not listed, may also be anare judged on leadership, nounced. Eligible internal innovative engineering, procandidates should check cess management improve"Search for Jobs" at www. ment, customer focus and afpc.randolph.af.mil/resatisfaction, and engineersweb or call 1-800-997-2378 ing and technical merit. for a complete list of vacanFamilies, friends, supercies and/or to self-nomivisors, and co-workers of nate. those nominated are invited to attend. The cost of tick• Awards Luncheon ets is $10.40 for Club Hill The Ogden Air Logistics members "and $12.40 for Center Engineering Direcnon members. For more torate will host the Third information, contact the Annual Engineering and Engineering Directorate at mathematics and science are encouraged to apply for this position. The program will start in late May or early June and will run through Sept. 30. Applicants can view the announcements and application procedures at www. usajobs.opm.gov beginning Monday. For more information, call 586-2782. birthday meal 5-7 p.m., March 22 for those meal card holders with birth• Electronic personnel days in January, February actions and March. Those interThe 75th Mission Support ested can sign up with first Squadron Military Personsergeants or complete an nel Flight plans briefings R.S.V.P. form atthe cashier's this month on the Air Force desk at the dining facility. initiative that begins March Sign-ups are required by 31 to make personnel actions available only through Tuesday. For more informathe Web or an Air Force cen- tion, call 777-3686. tralized contact center. The • Scholarship briefings will be offered in available the base theater and -are open to all military and ciThe Wasatch Warrior's Lovilian supervisors of miligistics Officer Association tary. The dates and times is accepting applications for for the briefings are: a $500 educational scholarship, Applicants must be • Tuesday, 8 a.m. and 3 serving in a logistics funcp.m. tion or career field. Enlist• March 28, 8 a.m. ed members, civilian em• March 29, 1 p.m. ployees, GS-1 through GS-8 The MPF plans additional and WG-1 through WG-9 briefings for 388th Fighter are eligible to apply. CriteWing personnel. For more ria for applying is available information, contact Chief at http://www.loanational. Master Sgt. Tammy Elliott, org/hill/. Application pack777-3612, or Capt. Elesa ages are due to Capt. Phil Huibregtse, 777-3436. Dorsch, philip.dorsch@hill. af.mil, or Capt. Dave Goode, • Birthday meal firstname.lastname@example.org, by The Hillcrest Dining Fa4 p.m. April 4. • cility will host its quarterly 777-4872. ,<=q You don't need a wrecking Your life moveL, ^— ^-w—_-. So should your Internet. 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