Gents take a knee.
If you didn't know I got out of the AC last December and signed with a Reserve unit. Annnnd got MOBBED shortly there after. Started flight school and planned on finishing within the next year or so.
So, here's what I was thinking.
Why not try an OCONUS contractor gig?
I have PLENTY of maintenance certifications and experience. i.e. HAZMAT, Master Driver/Trainer, Maintenance planning/ordering/parts room experience and all the things that come with being a 63 series to include H8, MIG/TIG welding, was a BN level Motor Dad for 4 years, 2 ASE, MHE operator blah blah blah
And then there's the 38B side of the house that I wouldn't be interested in doing over here. Though my clearance is still current (obviously)
That being said. If I didn't have a contact on the "inside" of one of these contracting companies would putting a resume in or trying this late in the game even be worth it. I've researched a little bit and there are jobs posted that I would be well over qualified for BUT are there 3,000 resumes stacked against this one opening?
Just a few thoughts and I figured "Hey! I'm 30 and single, so why not try?"
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated for those of you with experience.