World-renowned virtuoso in the art of kaiser blade utilization & implementation. Minimal complainer unless- and only unless- the fish are biting.
A.A.S. in Civil Engineering Technology; B.S. in Ag Engineering, Technology & Business with a concentration in Surveying/Geomatics.
Spit upon trash and coffee duties, I will not. The small things make the world go 'round.
~1.5 years experience as rod man to part-time/full-time crew chief. The piper came to be paid right as work dried up, and so I left the profession to take a General Manager role at a startup company of a former employer in the Energy/Forestry industry.
I left that company to finish my B.S., and now I desperately want to re-enter the profession that I love so much.
I'm rusty and I'm a grunt, but I have desire and work ethic.
Drudgery, to me, is monotony. By the definition of the word "traverse," the land surveying profession is anything but. If I'm not traversing, I'm not happy, and neither is the boss!
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