On USAJobs, postings for military technician jobs seems to be for civilians but also shows that it's for military personnel only.
I want to study to become a dermatologist. But during I'm at school for this, are there any Technician jobs I can take that require same classes?
Does anyone know what technician jobs or careers there are in the electronics/electrical field that are not set in an industrial environment?
I am a retired social worker who is in good health and alert. Although I do not have any experience as a Pharmacy Technician, I have taken and passed the PTCB exam and have become certified with the State of Texas. I have applied for several pharmacy technician jobs but have not had any favorable responses. Can someone provide suggestions about how to proceed with finding a job?
Should I get a medical technician job after I get my Bachelor's degree in Biology or should I just go straight to medical school? Maybe I could I could be a part time tech for XP while still going to med school. Still not looking forward to working on cadavers tho.
Why would a young lady find a mortuary technicians job cool and be so fascinated with it?
Its usually the kind of job that most people woudnt exactly go for.
Do you view pharmacy technician jobs as a step to another career?
I am thinking about moving to the Raleigh-Dunham area, and I wanted to know about patient technician jobs. Does this area have a good market for the patient care technician and nursing assistant jobs? Also, does anyone know about reasonable places to live?
I work in Montana and the wages here seem very low compared to the rest of the country when it comes to technician jobs. I was just wanting some comparison.
I am Certified and have been working on boats since I joined the Coast Guard in 1985.....I am just coming to learn that Montana sucks when it comes to pay and wages......I think it is time for me to go on my own.
I'm currently 16 trying to look for a pharmacy technician job. I have heard some major pharmacies such as CVS hires at least at the age of 16, and New York does not have any form of regulation or limitations on requirements. Will someone (preferably a pharmacy employee who knows such an employee or a pharmacy technician whom started at the age of 16 in New York only) clarify the validity of this? I would really like to know more so I may know what to expect. Thanks!
I am currently a senior in high school. I want to find a technician job with little formal training that I can do with only a high school diploma such as a certified pharmacy technician. However, which technician job will help me the most if i want to become a pediatrician? I want a part time job and some experience. (perhaps a certified nursing assistant)
I am interested in working with security systems, but I am not sure if I need to take courses or go to school. I hear there is a good amount of money in this profession. If anyone who has worked in a similar field, please help me with how to get started, I can't find a alarm technician job that does not require experience. Please help.
I am a little confused. Is there a bunch of different career possibilities if you a radiology technician? and if so, what are some different radiology technician jobs?
I know getting a bs in civil and then wanting a technicians job isn't ideal, I was just wondering if it could happen.
I'm in my sophomore year of college and trying to find a job in the hospital. I do not have much experience in the hospital field, though I am studying to be a nurse. I'm doing my basics right now....I Know a lot of jobs prefer degree/certificate. I was told that a technician job is a possibility, such as a monitor tech. Are there any specific jobs I can apply for in the medical field being a college student with not much experience? THANKS!
Getting ready to graduate from universal technical institute. looking for an automotive technician job, do the jobs normaly pay well? i like outdoor activities what is there to do and what about colleges do they offer dental class's?
Can a Medical Assistant with Physical Therapy experience, apply for an orthopedic Technician job? I have no experience in that field, but I am willing to learn.
How is that whole job industry?
I am at a university right now.. Just getting generals but I am majoring in Psychology (I am a freshman)
How does the ultrasound technician job look? Does it have a good job outlook?
How much do they get paid?
How long does it to become one?
What is a TAB's technician job like? What is the common workplace? What kind of education and/or training is necessary? Are there a lot of jobs in this type of work? Is it the same as a HVAC Technician? Is it similar to a building automation technician? What are some similar occupations? Are there any certifications needed? Please and thank you for all and any help!
What kind of math is involved in testing, adjusting, and balancing?
For my computer science class, we are required to find a job in one of our passions that require or is beneficial to have a computer science degree, my passion is guitar, does any one know if there are any guitar technician jobs, or recording, or anything along the lines, pretty broad ideas are OK, just as long as guitars or a band or something is involved.