Just rolled into the shop. First technician job at 17
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We are Good and best Technicians 😁😁😁 It's good jobs for Us
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Im a herbicide technician, i kill weeds. Its depressing bc im an organic gardener, i know the harm im causing but its a job i desperately need. Anyways, my boss gave me a promotion to landscape design. Customer wanted to repurpose a fountain! Coleus, potato vine, dusty miller, & petunia! Its a start reddit.com/gallery/mufo47
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I applied to an amazon IT Support Technician job and they didnt tell me what the work is supposed to be or how much work I have to do

Hi! Ive been working on it support since I finished school, about 3 years ago and as my job is 40h and pays just 16k and I have no expectations whatsoever of getting a better paid job inside my company so I changed and sent my cv and the job request to amazon since I saw it on LinkedIn (and the salary is supposed to be from 17k)

They took my CV and asked me to do an interview online which I havent done yet but before proceeding I saw in an older post a lot of backlash on this IT Support, as it seems to be more oriented to classifying things and not customer support (which is what Im prepared to do and what I wanted to change to at least a few more years until I get enough formation to apply for programming which was my main goal)

I don't mind if its a lot of work as Im already overworking without a good payment to make it worth so my questions are

  • Is it good paid for the ammount of work you do? I have seen a lot of reviews and didnt see anyone complain about work-salary, just about having to work a lot

  • Is there any chance that I will get to work with clients? It is what my curriculum specifies I do

Any help will be appreciated thank you very much!

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LPT - When you start a new job, take your time to introduce yourself and have a chat with the IT technicians. 5 minutes on your first day can save you so much time/effort down the line

Whenever I start a new job, I always make sure my first encounter with someone from IT, I'll be as friendly and kind as possible as getting them on your side will save you down the line. IT queries, you'll go front of the list. Priority for new laptops/equipment, your name will be at the top of your priority group.

If you piss them off, they can cause you so much unnecessary stress

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Quitting Pharm Technician Job

Hello! I had a question regarding how to quit. I never even met the store manager since I’ve been here (mid March) and I never met the Rx Manager. I just want to prepare myself by the end of July because I do plan on quitting because of school and I dislike the job (mainly because no one actually shows me how to do the other responsibilities that are apart of this job like VARs, typing Rx’s, and plenty more I’m not aware of) so I’m just here atp for the money. So who do I speak to about putting in my two weeks if the store manager is usually only here in the morning and I typically come in the late afternoon?

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Restoration technician good NEET job?

No education required, decent wage by cleaning disaster scenes etc... If you have the stomach for it, why not? I guess bosses are going to be only interested in $$ and treat you like an expendable though.

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My new colours thank you to my nail technician she did a amazing job I just love ❀️ πŸ’•them so much reddit.com/gallery/n0rhvb
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LPT: Offer Your Technician the Restroom, Food, or a Drink. You’ll Likely Get Better Service and a More a Thorough Job

As a serviceman, I really appreciate when a customer offers their restroom, some water/coffee or even food (if they’re cooking). I return the favor by going above and beyond the job and will even throw in a couple of extra services, on the house. We work in our trucks all day and, especially with covid, it’s hard to find a restroom and it’s slightly awkward to ask the customer. So it’s appreciated when it’s offered.

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Request: Advice: Starting an Eating Disorder Technician Job

I am starting a job as an eating disorder technician at an inpatient treatment facility. For those of you who have been to a treatment facility, what do you wish that the techs knew, or would/wouldn’t do? I want to be as helpful and supportive as possible.

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Starting my first Service Desk Technician job tomorrow

Hello everyone, I am starting my first Service Desk job tomorrow. I do not have any experience with jobs like this but I study IT support services in school so I have a little bit of an understanding for how it works but I was hoping any of you guys could give me some pointers on how to stand out and excel at my job. Your advice would be greatly appreciated :)

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Got the job, Level 2 Technician for a MSP, what can I expect?

Hi,

Just landed a job for a MSP. It is a Level 2 Technician role and this will be my first time working for a MSP and a corporate entity.

All my experience is residential, what are the types of work I will be doing? What can I expect by transitioning from residential work to a MSP?

Thanks

P.s. they also said 60% of the work they do from office and 40% is visit.

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After 3 years working in automotive mechanics and a week before my 22nd birthday, I've just received a job offer for lead technician! Excited and don't have anywhere else to share it...

I love my current shop and I get to work on some awesome, fun, and cool stuff I couldn't anywhere else, it's my dream job, but it's not enough to pay my bills. I hate leaving, but I was just offered the lead technician position at a brand new shop in a wealthy area with Firestone.

The work's not anything special, but at $25/h flat rate guaranteed 75%, and full benefits day 1, I'm excited!

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Just applied for a Circulation Desk Technician Job

I’m currently trying to complete my undergrad but eventually would like to go for a MLIS. I noticed that there was a job opening at a local library and I applied. I’m really hoping I get it! I have a year and a half of book shelving experience before college and currently work at a bookstore. I hope that they see that and think I’m a good fit, but any thoughts from anyone else?

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Because electrical technicians aren't routinely put down as "lesser jobs" to scare people into academic debt
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I built a Comms tower in honor of my job as a Telecom Technician, complete with my company's name on the Minifigures as well! reddit.com/gallery/m19uae
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Advice for 'stale' Materials Engineering degree. Out of school for 7 years. Stuck in a location with no job prospects due to family health issue that's no longer present. Worked 5 years as lab technician, but no engineering experience. Any options to get back into engineering? [Ontario, Canada]

Hi all,

I'm looking for some advice or hard truths. A bit more details about myself

- I graduated in 2013 with a materials engineering degree. I was working random retail jobs for a couple years.

- 2015, a family member fell into a health issue. We live in a small-ish town with not a lot of family around, so I became the primary caretaker. Didn't have much choice for commuting too far

- That same year I got a job very close by as a lab technician. The work I do is all material science and nanotechnology related (Sample prep, SEM use) but doesn't have much engineering work. The Engineering related positions in the company are more electrical engineering related and weren't positions that I could fill. I've been trying to learn about the technology I'm working with, but the workplace doesn't offer much time or opportunity for that. I have led a few projects, small teams of 10 or so people, creating reports, giving feedback, etc. I have been working at that company since.

- Recently, the family member passed away. Therefore, I am able to change up my location a bit (preferably would like to stay in Ontario as my fiance and I are looking to settle down near her family) and hopefully my job as well.

At this point, I have plenty of materials science laboratory experience, but no specific engineering experience. I have been applying to jobs for the last 2 month (I know, not that long of a time), but am wondering if the effort is fruitless. So two questions with multiple questions:

  1. Should I still be applying for engineering positions? If so, junior engineer, or EIT positions? What are ways to spin my current experience to appeal to engineering firms?

  2. If engineering jobs are out of the question regarding my experience or lack thereof, what would I do to get back into the engineering field? Now that I have more free time, I can start taking cert courses and such. I would even considering going back to school for another engineering degree, but I don't know how employers would view that. Orr, at this point, am I just sort of stuck where I am and have to accept the situation as it is.

Thanks and let me know if there are any other questions that would help!

Edit: I should add, though probably not relevant anymore, I had a 16 month internship at a company as material/failure analysis engineer, as well as a quality engineering job for 4 months before I quit (a large amount of very hot alkaline cleaner spilled on my face, had me drive to the hosp

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Tesla Semi Service Technician job posting published for Mississauga, Ontario driveteslacanada.ca/semi/…
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Should I take an Engineer Technician Job 3 months before graduation?

I will be graduating in August with a Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering. I've received a job offer for an engineering technician position at an aerospace company that I had a previous engineering internship with.

I have been having a hard time getting interviews for full engineering positions (and summer internships). The pay for this job is equivalent to most entry level engineers and there is a possibility to move into engineering at this company once a position opens.

Should I take the job? I don't have a great GPA (2.9) and I'm currently working a minimum wage job due to losing my internship to covid.

If I take this position will it hurt my chances of finding an engineering position in the future? Thank you

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Starting computer technician job for a school district, any advice?

I'm starting a job with a local school district, in a computer technician role. Coming from a glorified service desk position at a large corporation.

Any advice for working IT in a school environment? Or war stories?

Tips/tricks, tools of trade I should consider?

Thanks all!

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PWWA HVAC&R technicians, do you get a decent amount of free time in the job?

By this question, I mean how many days off do you get? How long is a work day? What does your usual day look like?

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Airline technician job interview tips. I'm having a virtual interview next week. Any tips? Thank you fellas!
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Lonely Mechanical Technician in full PPE on the hospital roof. Now there’s a job I never thought would be a frontline worker.
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IT Support Technician. How much does it make? Am I interpreting the job to match me correctly?

Hi so I looked up IT support salaries and they're really broad in terms of range. The company I applied to is small but I did receive an internship offer. They required a CS related degree so I found them through my school's handshake app. I want to make in my 20's around $50k, eventually going up to $80k as a mid salary, and $100k as an end goal. Am I being unrealistic by taking this offer and going into this field? The location is in Los Angeles, CA. I am currently a student at a T20 school studying a CS related degree (never learned IT? or we don't have an IT major), doing an AWS certification for a resume booster and am considering Azure as well. I love to build PCs and troubleshoot my friends' PCs. I honestly cannot see myself as an SWE and have been in denial and actually applied to this because I was just sending my resume everywhere. My friends said I should take it but I do care about making a salary listed above and I feel like my degree was mostly geared towards software. Thank you for your input.

Job Description:

- Troubleshoot and work with PC Hardware and Software and Local Area Networks and Servers

- Plan and implement upgrades and maintain existing hardware as projected and approved.

- Provide customer support to all users on all software applications

- Administers file backup systems

- Maintains Central Office LAN

- Assists in programming copiers

- Monitor servers ensuring operation efficiency and data protection

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On the first day of work as a service technician I got one of the less common repairs. Dock connector. Nailed it and felt awesome for a week. Job that suits you can be very satisfying
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I just got accepted by telecommunications Systems Technician and is it easy to get a job?

I am 23 right now and I don't have the time and money for another diploma, if this program isn't for me then I would apply for another program !!

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New nail colours .broke a nail Tuesday night. I went and got my nails done πŸ’… I couldn’t makeup my mind on a colour so I let the nail technician choose the colour and she didn’t fail she surprised me fabulous job already received comments on them
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Fire alarm technician is a job, not a religion.

I’ve just completed my 30th year as a licensed fire alarm tech in Minnesota and feel I have some insight I’d like to share and something to get off my chest that’s bugging the shit out of me.

The occupation of fire alarm tech is NOT a calling or a religion, it’s an opportunity to earn a good living within an industry that generates billions. Like most industries our financial success is predicated on using our expertise in satisfying code compliance in a manner that costs building owners the least amount of money. The codes engineers use to design systems were not written on stone tablets next to a burning bush, they were agreed to at a table full of very fat cats from companies with names like Honeywell and Siemens.

Many of these codes have changed in my 30 years under the guise of β€œlife safety”, here are the most impactful.

  1. Cabling... 30 years ago we ty-wrapped cables directly to the ceiling grid wires. Code change required the cables are now supported independently. Big winner was fastening hardware industry. We rationalize this change as an improvement in β€œlife safety β€œ.

  2. ADA... Americans with disabilities act required strobe lights like crazy under the guise of improved life safety for people who are deaf. This one I’m willing to meet in the middle and say it probably did (but, I’ll offer a million dollars to anyone who can provide data on death or injury to deaf people as a result of fire prior to and after this change). The big winner was of course our industry, NAC power expander and strobe light sales created additional billions in profits.

  3. Elimination of smoke detectors and pull stations... code changes now require smoke detectors in extremely limited area (elevators and door holders basically) provided the building is properly sprinkled. In fact two jurisdictions in my area now require all smoke detectors be programmed as supervisory. This change more than any illustrates the arbitrary nature of the purpose of a fire alarm system.

  4. Duct smoke detectors.... all over the map, from year to year they’re alarm, supervisory, installed by HVAC company, installed by fire alarm crew, stand alone, installed in ducts that penetrate 2 hour fire walls, one hour, not installed, supply duct only, return duct only etc etc etc. I inspect buildings with 300 duct detectors and buildings with 6 (the same size buildings). You tell me on this one (and I’m sure somebody is gonna chime in with absolute certainty).

  5. Speakers... (don’t worry, this is

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Looking for IT Technician job

Hello,

I would like to try, if anyone knows about IT technician position opened in the Nottinghamshire or surrounding area. Something like 2nd or 3rd line technician. I have also experiences in HTML, PHP, SQL and Python.

I am a highly motivated and progress-focused IT Technician with a long-standing background in this industry. With a track record of initiative and dependability, I have devised strategic initiatives which I believe will prove valuable to your company.Throughout the course of my career, I have perfected my hardware upgrades and network security abilities. I am a capable and consistent problem-solver skilled at prioritizing and managing projects with proficiency.In my current role, I contributed problem-solving, time-management, and computer configuration toward team efforts and business improvements. I am progressive minded and in tune with new developments in my field. I have proven to be effective and collaborative with strong observation talents. I enjoy collective brainstorming sessions which all me to coordinate activities to achieve a common goal. I have created few improvements during working for 4PX Leicester, which includes Employee Attendance system, data processing to be presented to management, android application to record and sort packages to correct courier channels.I've trained and studied to pursue the position of IT Technician.I obtained CompTIA Network+ and Security+. In last year I got CCNA certification, which I believe will help me with tasks you require me to do in position I am applying for.Beyond my enthusiasm and dedication, I also have a background in differentareas what I believe will help me with day to day duties which I would face while working for you. One of this experiences includes working in teams or dealing with range of difficult clients, or creating things what improves my employer efficiency.

Thank you

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*Update* They've flown a very italian sounding Ferrari technician in from Sydney to move the $500k paperweight, but he hasn't got the tools to disable the engine lock. The only option now is to tow. P.s. Look at how inconvenient the guy's parking job is for our warehouse operations. reddit.com/gallery/j9jim1
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Job Listing: Engineering Technician - GIS with Frederick County Government, MD

Hey everybody, my office is looking to hire a new GIS person in support of the Office of Sustainability and Environmental Resources with Frederick County Government in Frederick, Maryland.

The position would do a lot of work with stormwater and well & septic systems. This position is under the Office of the County Executive and would work closely with GIS staff which fall under IT.

This is a sorta-entry level position -- looking to hire someone with 4+ years of experience, but a relevant degree would substitute for 2 of those. Ideally, you'd have some stormwater experience.

We are currently telecommuting, however this isn't a telecommute job, so you would eventually need to be driving distance to downtown Frederick, MD.

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/frederickmd/jobs/3029978/engineering-technician-ii-gis

Let me know if you have any questions. I'm not a hiring manager or anything; just a GIS Specialist with Frederick County and support this department.

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CNA Cert for Psychiatric Technician job? (MHT)

Hello! I’m 24 with a psychology degree and a little over a year of unrelated corporate experience. I am saving money for graduate school and decided to aim for work as a Mental Health technician in Behavioral Health facilities for added experience. My plan is to finish my CNA certification and then take the AAPT exam for my psych tech cert. Has anyone taken a similar path? Does anyone have insights into the field? And I better off going straight to graduate school? Am I in the wrong subreddit? Any advice is appreciated!

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Pharmacists and technicians of Reddit, what was the worst mistake/fireable offense you’ve ever seen on the job?
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Which Job will be great for future Application - CSP Technician or Patient Transport? (ABSN Student)

I am hoping to get into my ABSN program in a few more months and I am interested in becoming a psych nurse hopefully. But after working my first job at a hospital as a bio hazard worker (taking bio hazard materials out) - I don’t know If psych is what I want to do. I know I do plan on opening my own office one day.

For those who don’t know csp people clean surgical equipment and work in a lab. They also make 18 dollars an hour starting pay.

Patient transport moves patients around.

I took my first job to put my foot in the door - now I am looking to transfer over to something else. I’m just working and working to save money for school. 😩

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Library Technician Jobs Outside of a Traditional Library?

A few years ago I completed a college program and I've since gained employment as a full time library technician. I decided to continue my education through distance ed to finish the Library and Information Technology diploma program, one course at a time. I'm currently taking a communications course that is focused on resume and cover writing - it's a required course. Now here's my champagne problem: I'm supposed to choose a job listing that I'd like to (in my case, hypothetically) apply for. I'm having a hard time finding anything that wouldn't be a lateral move, or a step down. I'm looking for ideas of jobs for qualified library technicians outside of a traditional library setting? Any ideas are welcome. Job postings even more so - location doesn't matter! Thank you for your time and guidance!

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Got the Job, Level 2 Technician for a MSP, what can I expect and should I be concerned?

Hi,

Just landed a job for a MSP. It is a Level 2 Technician role and this will be my first time working for a MSP and a corporate entity.

The job description on indeed shows they’re looking for someone with these:

β€œLooking for a level 2 tech who has experience working for an MSP. More specifically we are looking for someone with the following experience

  • Microsoft 365

  • VOIP Phone Install and Support

  • Networking Admin Experience

  • Windows Server Admin, Migration and Setup experience”

Nothing about job duties. The posting says per hour but the owner told me something about a salary. And also shows β€œon call” if needed. Red flags or no?

All my experience is residential, what are the types of work I will be doing? What can I expect by transitioning from residential work to a MSP?

Thanks

P.s. they also said 60% of the work they do from office and 40% is visit.

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Looking for laboratory assistant/research assistant/field technician jobs

Need help because I've only managed to get two callbacks so far, each at a paygrade below what i've been previously paid.

Sorta complicated because I have field (outdoor, environmental/ecological) experience and wet lab (genetics, microbiology) experience. I've been mostly applying to wet labs (since pay is better) but also a few environmental/ecology positions as well...

For one, I could add a "summary" section although I see some people include this and others don't...And maybe a "skills" section for the specific lab techniques (PCR, bacterial transformation, etc.) i know?

Thoughts?

Edit: reddit formatting resized images weirdly into post embed.

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Those who started as a technician but moved up to Engineer, what was your experience in the job change?

So I graduated in 2019, and got a job about 6 months later in water treatment doing technical sales. I pretty much hated it, and got laid off because COVID.

Luckily for me, the supervisor for the technician department vouched for me, and I got hired back as a tech 6 weeks after. Been working as a tech for about 10 months and I honestly love it. I make my own hours, the work is different every day, but once I got over the learning curve, I can actually solve problems I run into, and I also have unbelievable work-life balance. I can sleep in if I need to, or go home early if I need to, as long as everything gets done by the end of the month.

The only thing is I have this nagging thought in my mind that I spend 6 years + summer school trying to get myself through that program, and am over 40k in debt, and I’m working a job that I definitely don’t need this degree for. I loved studying chem eng, and I had so many dreams to work in a plant. Now I’d like to stay in water treatment, but go towards the engineering side of things.

The only thing is I love my job and I don’t know if I’m ready to throw that away just for more money and a title, but I’m worried if I stay, I’m always going to feel like I’ve sold myself short and took an β€œeasy” job.

Is there anyone who started as a technician, loved it, but moved up to an engineering position? Do you like being an engineer just as much, or do you miss the hands-on environment, and the less responsibility?

Thanks !

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Can someone with absolutely no experience really get a job working at TESLA as a Technician?

Do to my recent situation I'm in need of a job asap. One of the only positions I have available to me is at TESLA as one of the technicians that perform maintenance on their cars. I have automotive experience, I currently work at a dealership as a technicians apprentice. I have two years in total. But when it comes to the newer stuff after 2013 I struggle with the electronics and computers. I know TESLA says they'll train but how smart do you have to be for this position.

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Job post: Assistant Technician for an L.A. Post House

Gonna find out quickly if such posts are allowed here... :-)

Our L.A. facility is looking for an IT Technician to assist with keeping our clients and computers happy. The basic requirements are experience with Macs & PCs, a penchant for technology, film/TV industry experience or education, good people skills, and the motivation to pursue this field. We consider this an entry-level or "entry-level-plus" position.

This is a stable, long-term, full-time position with benefits and on-the-job training; you will be assisting and reporting to the Facility Engineer.

Duties:

  • Troubleshoot day-to-day client issues and solve problems for editors, colorists and producers
  • Deploy new systems, install and configure desktop software
  • Work closely with the Facility Engineer, assisting in hardware & software upgrades and maintenance
  • On-site job

Qualifications:

  • Fast learner with a propensity for grasping new technology
  • Experience configuring and maintainingΒ Mac computers
  • Experience with Windows systems
  • Working experience in the television/film industry
  • Strong interpersonal skills, working well with our team and directly with our clients

Preferred qualifications:

  • Avid Media Composer
  • DaVinci Resolve
  • Shared storage servers / appliances
  • Business networking equipment: firewalls, routers, VPNs

Send your intro and resume to [email protected]

Thank you!

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Has anyone here ever worked as a sound technician at a vacation resort? Looking for a first job to start my career as a sound tech/audio engineer

I'm currently in a one year intensive(no breaks) audio engineering course and have been interested in audio/music/gear long before this. My course finishes in August so I thought I might as well start looking at my options sooner rather than later.

I've come across a sound technician job listing with a large resort/vacation company and it seems really interesting. From what I can tell, I would be flown to a tropical resort, given free accommodation and my job would be to setup live sound equipment. They seem to want a couple years of previous experience, but it isn't explicitly required as far as I can tell.

I have a good CV, school record(currently top of my class with about a 95% average), references, and lots of previous work(essays, reports, songs, video sfx/foley work) to show. In the past, I have only worked non-audio related jobs like landscaping, warehouse stuff etc so I have no experience "in the field" but I have been running a small recording/mixing/mastering "business" out of my bedroom studio for a while now.

I have always been more interested in the technical/gear related parts of audio work than the musical theory parts, so I feel like I would really enjoy a job like this. Has anyone ever done work like this before and if so, what was it like?

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πŸ“…︎ Apr 04 2021
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Based off my Resume (Not formatted) what jobs should be looking for? I also am a Sprat Level 1 Rope Access Technician, CPR and First Aid, and was a server and bank teller throughout college.
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Premises Technician job offer

Hey all, I’m back!

I made a post about getting interview a couple weeks ago, and they have offered me the job! Thanks for all the help! Now I had a couple more questions if you all have time..

Do you guys get to drive your vans home?

Is gas to and from training paid for?

If I ask for an afternoon off in the first month will it get me fired?? (Wedding in the family)

Let me know your thoughts.

Thanks!

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πŸ“…︎ Mar 07 2021
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Anyone know the job description of a mental health technician?
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