Jan 22, 2013
I've just started my career as a chauffeur
Been there for the emission recall.
Nice blonde working at the desk just above waiting area
Seen and heard about this brand.
Unfortunately nothing has cought my eye.
I'll keep looking, though
Build Nissan's at the UK plant in Washington/Sunderland.
we might have some new stuff coming soon
I'm a site supervisor for a building company been there 27 years, so can be anywhere in U.K., joiner by trade.
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Let us know.
I'm personally looking for something like that
we can source GMP wheels, which have an OE look - just beware of chinese imports!
I just started own warehouse...
Auto technician. Fitting out mechanical and electrical items on custom support vehicles.
I'm a CAD Technician, currently working in the energy sector
Retired for over 5-years now...
BUT it's all STILL in the mind....
Last job self-employed preparing animated work instructions for single and multi-rotor Wankel air-cooled and water-cooled engines for use in unmanned air vehicles but I'm not supposed to tell you that...
I trained in that and got my city and guilds 4351 whatever it is but never really took to it. Preferrerd machining and tooling more.
It's all I know. I enjoyed it more when I worked in construction with it. Designing buildings, setting out foundations etc.
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Cool. What part of the energy sector is it, renewable? I'm imagining that you do block diagrams and library drawings. Line, point to point, offset, fillet radius, chamfer, array. That hurt, 19 years ago since I got my qualification and 16 since I last used solid modelling.
Collision Investigator; Engineer; and a Project Manager...
Do you work with the fuzz then when someone has a crash then? Lots of thens in this post but sure.
No, although I've been told by a friend who is retired fuzz- he says I missed calling!
I work for a regional Transport Authority and work closely with Police on a day to day basis. Police role is purely investigation and prosecution. My job takes it it a step further to prevention and recommending changes.
Like lamp posts and such like to close to the side of a road. There's a big wooden one right on the edge of the road by the grass verge on the way to work and the road is that bumpy that I'm surprised nobody has collected it by now. It's amazing all what's involved in the investigation especially with fatalities occurring. Keep up the good work.
Thanks. Our transport infrastructure is crumbling and outdated - posts on the outside of bends etc. are a no no these days. Need to vote for politicians that'll spend on roads. When we ask local councils to change things they struggle to find the money. Spend more on British roads I say!
Here , here , but it's how they spend that money that's shocking .
A road was closed the other day 'cause they were putting paths in outside a village , good yeah , I've never seen anyone walking that way , it's remote , total waste .
Another town , the paths outside were resurfaced , there was nothing wrong with them !
A road and paths were justifiably resurfaced in a town centre , a litter bin on a 4x wide path near two takeaways ( one opens till the early hours for nice drunken people) was taken away and absent for two years , the council finally replace it on the opposite path which is single file...
Back to owning an Audi after 8 years away. I run a Derbyshire based website and web application company. Much of our work comes from America as some software I wrote a few years ago is rather popular over there.
Sounds about right - it's called politics (or where politics overules sound engineering advice).
Where I live it's a Tory controlled council. The roads in the Labour wards (always Labour) are shocking and rarely have any money spent on them unless they are probably about condition 10 (out of 10). Regardless of which party controls them too many councils out there operate in this way = spend on things that win votes for councillors in the right area.
The sad thing is it's the council staff that have to justify these decisions they have no control of. Politics and transport don't mix well.
Sounds pretty cool - do you get to travel much or is everything done virtually these days?
Yeah all remote these days although I will get an all expenses trip to California some how. Skype makes it no different to working with a local company, apart from the time zone difference hence some late nights working.
Recently qualified dental hygienist and therapist
Company Director( joiner) in our family business which was originally in building and costuction but now leases domestic and commercial properties .
I work in nuclear reactor pipe fitter building Submarines. barrow in furness
I'm an enforcement officer.
hopefully not traffic police haha
Or traffic warden lol
I own a custom body shop , just started up a few months ago before that I was restoring classic cars
I design high end kitchens and bathrooms for people with too much money...
The company I worked for was taken over a couple of months ago by Virgin Media Buisness. Everything's the same I just get Virgin TV, Phone and Broadband for less than what I was paying BT for line rental
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Apple service technician. Qualified to fix all the iOS and Mac devices
Royal Navy tea drinker, 17 years down 4 to go...
need a hand!!!!!
Ah brilliant. Based anywhere near Suffolk/Norfolk lol I have a dead Mac lol
It can be tough
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