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PHNSY Ohana --

Gordon and Cheryl Kamihara tragically passed away in the early morning of Friday, February 2, 2018, due to a fire that quickly engulfed and completely destroyed their home and everything inside.

http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/37413181/1-dead-in-3-alarm-house-fire-in-pacific-palisades

Cheryl worked as an administrative assistant in Code 200 and recently retired in January 2018. Gordon was a retired shipyard electrician in Shop 67. They leave behind two children, a daughter and son.

Something you won't want to miss.

Read about the traditional Hawaiian canoe Hōkūleʻa's visit to Pearl Harbor and more in this week's Ho'okele, the newspaper of Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam.

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Earlier today, the President signed a continuing budget resolution ending the government shutdown. All Shipyard workers should report to work at their normal time.

The U.S. Senate adjourned this evening without passing the continuing budget resolution, triggering a shutdown of the federal government. As previously discussed, all civilian workers should report to work tomorrow (9 February) ay their normal time to receive instructions for the implementing the shutdown. Updates will be posted as necessary.

A message to the PHNSY & IMF Work Force.

Shipyard Warriors,

As you may already be aware, we are facing the potential for another federal government shutdown. While the Senate has reached a deal on a two year budget, the proposal has not yet come to a vote. If the Senate approves this measure, it must then go back to the House of Representatives for approval. Media reports that there is some opposition from both parties in the House, so approval is not guaranteed. If the House accepts the Senate's measure and passes it with no changes, it will go to the President for his signature.

Unless the continuing resolution is signed by the President by 7:00 p.m. HST today, a shutdown of most federal government operations will once again take place. The shutdown would commence upon the completion of the third shift tonight.

As was the case in January, the shutdown will result in a furlough for non-excepted civilian Shipyard employees. A furlough is the placing of employees in a temporary non-duty, non-pay status because of lack of work or funds.

Should the shutdown occur, all civilian employees will be required to report to work on Friday, 9 February 2018 during their normal shifts. All planned leaves, with or without pay, must be cancelled. Non-excepted personnel (those who have not been directed to work) will receive their notification of their status via letter of the decision to furlough during their standard shifts.

The decision to furlough any member of our workforce is not a reflection on the quality of their performance or the importance of their work. It is a reflection of the legal requirements we need to operate under in a Government shutdown.

Your chain of command at the Department/Shop level will be responsible for ensuring employee notification and should remain your primary source of information and the ones to respond to your questions.

All active duty military will continue to report for their duties as directed during the shutdown.

As more information becomes available, it will be provided to your department heads. We will also post updates to the on this page and on the Shipyard Information Line (808-473-9000).

Additional information can also be found at the Department of the Navy's Civilian Human Resources webpage on furloughs - http://www.secnav.navy.mil/donhr/employees/Furlough/Pages/Default.aspx.

Thank you again for your hard work, dedication, and patience through this process. Please remain focused on the mission at hand and stay safe. We will continue to provide information as this issue develops.

Are you looking for an exciting career opportunity? We are looking for the right candidates to fill vacancies for the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and IMF Apprentice Program, which begins in February, 2019.

The Apprentice Program provides a 4-year, combined work/study program, which prepares you for a career in an industrial trade through on-the-job training and formal classroom instruction. The program requires that you complete classes from a local community college and complete required hours of work in the trade assigned. Upon graduation from the Apprentice Program, you will earn an Associate's Degree in Applied Science from an accredited educational institution and receive a certificate from the U.S. Department of Labor certifying your apprenticeship completion. As an apprentice, you will attend classes during regular work hours and your tuition will be paid by the Shipyard. Your advancement in the Apprentice Program will be dependent upon successful completion of both the formal education and apprenticeship training in the assigned trade. These positions have promotion potential to the journey-level positions.

If you are interested - or know someone who is - go to USAJobs and look for this:

Title: Trades Apprentice (Various)

Announcement number: NV70-32253-wt-xx99-00-x99TB

Open & closing dates: 02/05/2018 to 02/15/2018

Location: Pearl Harbor, HI

Search: Keywords = apprentice; Location = 96860

You can also follow this link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/490109600

This announcement is only open from February 5 to February 15!

Lots of interest in PHNSY at the Work Force Career Fair today until 3:00 pm at the Blaisdell Center.

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Doors are open at today’s Career Force Career Fair, and like always, PHNSY draws the crowds!

Doors are open at today’s Career Force Career Fair, and like always, PHNSY draws the crowds!

Posted by Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard on Wednesday, January 31, 2018

WorkForce Career Fair is coming this Wednesday. PHNSY & IMF will be there. Will you?

Listen for Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard to represent on ALT 105.9 radio at about 6:20 a.m. on Monday, January 29, as we talk about the upcoming WorkForce Career Fair on January 31. Our reps and the crew from Success Advertising Hawaii had a great visit with ALT 105.9's morning show host Kool-E (and his ninja turtle friend Leonardo) as we spread the word about the career opportunities that can be yours at the Shipyard. #jobfairsHI

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What will you find when you visit with the representatives of Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard displays at the Work Force Career Fair on January 31? Find out here. #jobsHI

Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PHNSY & IMF) will be at the Workforce Career Fair on Wednesday, January 31, 10am - 3pm at the Neal Blaisdell Center. #WorkForceHawaii #jobfairHI #jobsHI

Posted by WorkForce Hawaii on Wednesday, January 24, 2018

As we celebrate NAVSEA's 43rd birthday today, let us introduce you to some of our teammates who help us expand the advantage for the #USNavy from Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Southwest Regional Maintenance Center, Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY), SUPSHIP Bath, Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head EOD Technology Division and Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division.

NAVSEA- Expanding the Advantage for the U.S. Navy

As we celebrate NAVSEA's 43rd birthday today, let us introduce you to some of our teammates who help us expand the advantage for the #USNavy from Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Southwest Regional Maintenance Center, Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY), SUPSHIP Bath, Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head EOD Technology Division and Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division.

Posted by Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard on Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Shipyard Warriors -- the President has signed a continuing resolution to fund the government through Feb 8. All civilian employees are to report to work for their for their normal shifts.

An update on the Government Shutdown...

Shipyard Warriors,

Though we remain in a government shutdown status until we officially notified otherwise, the media is reporting that the U.S. Senate has voted to break the budget impasse, which should pave the way for the government to reopen.

According to media reports, the Senate is headed toward overwhelming passage of a short-term spending bill later in the day Monday after voting to end debate by a vote of 81-18. The House is then expected to pass the measure and send it to President Trump for his signature, laying the groundwork for the government to reopen by Monday evening.

As of 0900, there has been no official statement issued from the Department of Defense or the Department of the Navy concerning the shutdown. We will keep you posted as we receive additional word.

A Message to the PHNSY & IMF Work Force:

Shipyard Warriors,

As you may already be aware, we are facing the potential for a federal government shutdown. Unless a continuing budget resolution is passed by Congress and signed by the President by 7:00 p.m., HST today, a shutdown of most federal government operations will take place. This shutdown will result in a furlough for non-excepted civilian Shipyard employees. A furlough is the placing of employees in a temporary non-duty, non-pay status because of lack of work or, in this case, funds.

Should the shutdown occur, all civilian employees will be required to report to work on Monday, 22 January 2018 during their normal shifts. All planned leaves, with or without pay, must be cancelled. Non-excepted personnel (those who have not been directed to work) will receive their notification of their status via letter of the decision to furlough during their standard shifts. The decision to furlough any member of our workforce is not a reflection on the quality of their performance or the importance of their work. It is a reflection of the legal requirements we need to operate under in a Government shutdown.

Your chain of command at the Department/Shop level will be responsible for ensuring employee notification and should remain your primary source of information and the ones to respond to your questions. All active duty military will continue to report for their duties as directed during the shutdown.

As more information becomes available, it will be provided to your department heads. We will also post updates here and on the Shipyard Information Line (808-473-9000).

Additional information can also be found at the Department of the Navy’s Civilian Human Resources webpage on furloughs - http://www.secnav.navy.mil/donhr/employees/Furlough/Pages/Default.aspx.

Good information to have...

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Construction on the Ford Island Bridge continues until Feb. 28.

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Here’s a Thursday Throwback to the August 2016 cover of the Shipyard Log, featuring Code 740 Riggers Supervisor Nalu Tagovailoa and his sons Taulia and Tua. You may have heard a little bit about Tua recently, particularly if you are a college football fan! #FitToFight

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Here's a powerful story - forged by the sea.

Striving to make his life meaningful, LCDR Scott Lieng uses his experience of escaping a labor camp with his mother to restart his life in the Navy. #FacesOfTheFleet #ForgedByTheSea

Posted by America's Navy on Friday, January 12, 2018

Spread the word - WorkForce Career Fair is coming and we are hiring! #jobfairsHI

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An opportunity for community service...

The Workforce Career Fair is just around the corner - Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 10am - 3pm at the Neal S, Blaisdell Center. While this video was produced by WorkForce Hawaii for the September, 2017 JobQuest Job Fair, the message about employment at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard is just as relevant today. Same location - new day - great opportunities. Tell your friends to bring a resume, education credentials, certifications/licenses, and most of all a POSITIVE ATTITUDE! #jobfairsHI

Think you know what it's like to work for Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard? Think again!

Posted by WorkForce Hawaii on Thursday, September 14, 2017

Spread the word - next Work Force Career Fair is Jan. 31!

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