Amee Bay, LLC, a subsidiary of Three Saints Bay, LLC and a Federal Government Contractor industry leader, is seeking a Navy Electronics Technician – Radar in San Diego, CA.
As a representative of Southwest Regional Maintenance Center (SWRMC) provide technical assistance on radar distribution systems aboard U.S. Navy ships under the cognizance of SWRMC. This position will work out of SWRMC, Bldg. 76 at Naval Base San Diego, and will receive daily work assignments from the SWRMC Branch Head.
Qualified Candidates will be able to:
Position is located San Diego, CA.
Hourly Rate of pay: $29.36 - $43.45 DOE
or email your resume to: Employment@ThreeSaintsBay.com .
VEVRAA Federal Contractor
Three Saints Bay, LLC and its subsidiaries offer a diverse, team-oriented working environment and the opportunity to work with exceptional dedicated industry professionals. We offer our employees a comprehensive benefits package and the opportunity to take part in exciting projects with government and commercial clients, both domestic and international.
We are an EEO/AA employer. We invite resumes from all interested parties without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, genetic information, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law.
Three Saints Bay, LLC is an Alaska Native Holding Company owned by Old Harbor Native Corporation. Old Harbor, AK is a small Alaskan Native village of about 300 residents on Kodiak Island. Out of respect to our heritage, our company names reflect geographic areas in and around the village of Old Harbor.
Three Saints Bay is a 9 mile (14 km)-long inlet on the southeast side of Kodiak Island in southern Alaska, North of Sitkalidak Strait. It is 97km (60 miles) southwest of Kodiak. Three Saints Bay was the site of the first Russian settlement in Alaska in 1784 by Grigory Shelikhov. The bay and settlement were named after one of his ships. The settlement of Three Saints Bay was moved to the site of present-day Kodiak, AK in 1792 when an earthquake and tidal wave destroyed it. The archaeological site was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1978.
Our subsidiaries are all service companies working on behalf of Old Harbor.