At the weekly meeting I discovered the fire roster had expired, so I went back to my room to make out a new fire roster to get us through to resupply. After some tomato soup for lunch I spent the whole afternoon doing aptitude and psychological tests online for a job interview I will have on Thursday. I think I did pretty well except for the accounting section that required lots of difficult percentage calculations that I was a bit rusty on. I could do all the calculations but all these tests were timed and I was too slow making sure I had all the right answers and I ran out of time. The last time I did one of these tests was way back in 1980 in the Melbourne Exhibition building when I tried out for a traineeship with the Department of Civil Aviation where I beat 1500 applicants to secure one of eight positions. I hope I'm the only applicant going for this job.
After work I wandered down to the radio shack and conditions on 10m were pretty good. I made a few contacts into central Russia and Poland and then PowerSDR started to crash once again and I had to give it away and go for dinner. I really have to sort this issue out before we sail out of here as I am hoping to use my radio on the voyage back to Hobart.