Wow! Lots of fancy job titles on here, I'm just a humble fish-smoker.
One of my many fish themed t-shirts, think I should make it my avatar;
Information and Performance Analyst for local NHS trust
In a nutshell I fix trains. From Apprentice to senior engineer over the last 16+ yrs.
Currently working on the install of a new signalling and automated driving system on the new Underground trains. The Metropolitan, District, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines for those who know/use the 'Tube'.
Paramedic .... Quite a few tv programmes out there at the moment give you a little taste of what it's like, but not the full picture.
99% of the time it's a brilliant job :)
I'm an Engineer
Nuclear engineering submariner now working on the railway.
I'm a geologist and ostrich breeder. Have a farm in Herefordshire.
im a aircraft technician for ba working on wide bodied long haul fleet.
I'm a manager at a firm of accountants based in Southend.
I deal mostly with company accounts, corporation tax, statutory audits etc but courtesy of the 31 January filing deadline, I've spent the last month or so doing tax returns... Been qualified for just over 5 years now and been working in the profession since 2001.
Project Engineer - work on manufacturing research for jet engine casings
I.T Systems Admin
Though in 5 weeks ill be a I.T Project Engineer training to become a Junior I.T Sales Exec....
Company car being issued - hence why my beloved is up for sale......
Classifieds: 2005 A4 B7
Tell your friends!
Nice pun there karl ;)
I am an engineering geologist, particularly oilfield or petroleum related geomechanics - primary objective being to minimize hole stability related problems that cause down time on drilling projects.
I'm a recovery driver, get to drive the rs4's, ferrari's , anything really lol
So you're they guy to blame for the S Stock braking system failures ...and me having to go out picking up lost\broken con shoes from the same on my Patrol? Hmmmmm??? ;)
For those that don't understand the above: I work for London Underground doing track inspections & very minor maintenance.
who do you work for alex?
Cant believe how many geologists there are
Some interesting sounding jobs.:icon_thumright:
Home - GeoScience Limited
the website isn't the greatest in the world.
So if you need help drilling for oil in your back garden you know who to call
....also bear in mind the next time i attempt to give advice on car related issues.....i'm a geologist :)
Audi seems to be the geo marque of choice!!
(try to turn humble bricks and mortar into gold - hence my username)
Im still studying, started quite late in life, nearly half way through my degree at the mo. I have confidence il end up in oz working for anglocoal depending on the economy surrounding it. My best mate is a geologist and has worked for them for close to 2 years now, we studied together at college and he pursued it straight away whereas i took a 5 year break.
Im glad im not the only one anyway, some of the lads on here take the piss for my love of rocks
Diesel Generator engineer, for one of the largest generator hire companies, Just been bought by HSS for a touch under 20m iirc. Love my job, fook working on cars, 50ltr v16 cummins (approx 1800bhp@1500rpm) is where its at :D
Specialise in syncronising and Deep Sea Electronics Control Panels
I'm an Electrical Systems Engineer, making/maintaining/managing train fleets for Bombardier
We're actually looking to hire someone for a similar position in Burton-Upon-Trent if anyone's experienced and interested? (Send me a PM)
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