Discussion in 'General' started by AndyGoldie, 9 Jul 2010.
Currently a Library Aid at the Uni Library.
Electrician, and also do a lot of traveling for repair and commissioning-jobs for Catalytic converters on big ships. (And I honestly don't even believe in the whole man made global warming-thing)
Full-time 40 hours electronics salesman
Plus every little bit of extra work on the side I can get my grubby mits on, have been know to knock together and fix a few computers, do a bit of gardening, wiring, plumbing and carpentry.
I'm one of the rare breed that can do a bit of everything but to a decent standard, not the jack-of-all-trade type that will bodge stuff together.
Engineerings and quoting curtainwalls, doors, windows and sunshades. It sucks for what they pay me but I am pretty young and didn't have any experience when I started
But right now I'm laid off and have been since January
Graphics/Tech programmer at a game development studio. Pretty much my dream job.
internet high 5! yeah, 2 weeks after completing the crew trainer stuff they gave me all the MDP stuff.. was rather pleased
I would be pleased also!
I just moved from 5 years of building mass spectrometers to designing them.
At the moment, I'm struggling to get my degree in Electronics & Software engineering finished, and to fund it, I work part time (part time... haha) as a bespoke performance PC designer and manufacturer, as well as performing pretty much all other duties relating to computers like repairs, upgrades, home and small business networking etc etc etc. As an advertised electronic engineer, I also get quite a bit of electronic technician work, repairig anything from car HUs to televisions and sound equipment like amps and desks.
As I'm on my year out from uni at the moment, I also took a second job about 3 weeks ago, working as a Junior Electronic Engineer in a local electronics company, who specialize in electronic assembly. We are a sub contractor for several major companies in the UK, assembling PCBs, cmos camera sensors, wiring looms etc.
College Lecturer and Course Leader:
BA (Hons) Photography
FdA Photography and Digital Design
Also freelance photographer.
Office Administrator for a charity during normal working hours on weekdays... and some IT Support for some evenings and weekends.
Planning to eventually run a full IT Support business with a small storefront.
QA engineer at Alcatel Lucent. I have to write software to test our RTOS that runs on our service routers. AKA, I get to test the routers that make the internets tick
Stuff like this: http://enterprise.alcatel-lucent.com/?product=7750ServiceRouter&page=overview
http://www.fiercetelecom.com/story/alcatel-lucent-living-100-gbps-ethernet-edge/2009-07-16 <== Yes, that is 1 port that handles 100gbps Who doesn't want that as an uplink at home
Project manager for a large IT project - administering roughly 21000 computers and related websites and databases.
As above - hugely jealous!
I'm an IT Support Officer for the local council - currently on remote callbacks... Just changed jobs from being a school IT Technician...
I refurbish tv's, not a bad job, get to watch tv all day while working
and get really cheap tv's, picked a samsung 42" plasma up for 230
Failed actress. Failed actor. Failed astronaut. Failed palaeontologist. Actually pretty much failed everything.
As Joe will testify, though, I was a teenage hand model - some of my work is even exibited on bit-tech.
For the last three ish years I've been a self employed Website developer, but from Monday 19th July I shall be employed as a web developer for a digital agency. More money, less hours, I can't wait
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