I am a newly registered electrical engineer, and i saw job vacancy here in my company, presently i am a power plant operator, i am interested to apply for project engineer, how to pass the interview?
Good paying jobs (which increase men's overall average pay) like electricians; construction workers; offshore riggers; chemical, petroleum, nuclear and power plant operators; power, communications, gas and water line technicians; firefighters and police officers...
Or could it be that most women are OK with letting men do these dangerous, dirty and difficult jobs?
Yes, Hannah. And women tend to choose less dangerous, less dirty and less difficult jobs. You haven't answered the question.
I'm 28 and have a mechanical engineering degree but no experience in the industry. I'm looking for a career change and I want to work in a power plant but every available job is for someone with 3-5 years of experience.
I am ready to go to work. My job in the Navy was electrican and motor repair and power plant operator.I have most all levels of sea manship exsperance including fire fighting and line handling also.I want to work even as a wiper right away .
There is a power plant being built close to my home and i might be interested in working there. I just finished high school and am ready to go to college. The only problem is, what courses do you take to work there?
I leave for Basic Training in 11 days and signed my contract for Nuclear Field. I plan on being an ET (electronics technician). I know it will obviously involve nuclear power and probably power plants, but I'm looking for the specific jobs there or possibly research and development jobs I could get into.
Im doing a research paper and I'm supposed to write my paper from the point of view of a spokesman that works at the power plant. Any ideas, and what do they wear? We have to dress up like them for our paper. Any ideas?
Im searching for jobs in which i can use my FAA issued airframe and power-plant license.
What are the general instruction for power plant operator about plant equipment and safety rules which are basically known to every plant operator?
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Ok So Tokyo Electric Power Company builder and operator of the failed nuclear power plants in japan. Can't wait until the first Hurricane... Then they can try to use the emergency Generating systems to shut these down. The emergency generating systems for this Texas power plant were designed by Toshiba. The same folks who designed the emergency generating systems that failed with the tsunami. But it gets better. The engineers who will certify this plant for Operation Stone & Webster are the same guys who faked certification tests for the Shoreham Nuclera Plant in NY.
I'm interested in joining the Navy and becoming a nuclear-trained Electronics Technician (ET). You know, operating the reactor on an aircraft carrier. For my actual career, I want to be a nuclear reactor operator, so you can see how the two coincide.
My question: If I do end up becoming a Navy Nuke ET, will I be qualified as a civilian nuclear reactor operator (at a nuclear power plant) WITHOUT any further college education?
What are the entry requirements for these jobs?
I will be interviewed soon by a power company and I'd like a heads up of what I should expect or know about jobs an engineering co-op or intern would do.
What are the most common jobs for parents living in the country to have?
Would it be farmers? buisness owners?
Try to hold off on the red neck jokes.
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I live in a mostly rural, partly suburban neighborhood. Most people in my neighborhood have at least 1 or 2 acres, I have 2 acres.
My dad is a guitar player & golf teacher.
My mom is an eye doctor.
I am a college sophomore studying in electrical engineering, and have recently been thinking that I may want to pursue a specialty in power. If you have worked as a power systems engineer, can you tell me about your experiences, some of the projects you've worked on, and possibly what an average day of work might be like for you? What things did you do in college to help you prepare for your job?
I am going into the navy I have a contract now as a corpsman, but they want to reclassify me as a NUC. I am interested in both but before I make a decision I want to know what kind of jobs are out there in that course. Any help would be awsome.
Could you please give me ideas for a comparison of an animal cell or plant cell to something. (walmart) all of the organelles need to be compared. ( given a job or character) Details if possible.
I'm interested in the whole, forensics thing. I like researching and experiments. I like to learn about the body system; Solar system, animals, environment, practically, everything to do with science i love. So, I was just wondering, what jobs involve a lot of research and things like that. I was thinking about a marine biologist. Forensic scientist. Or anything along those lines, Any suggestions are appreciated.