I am a radio technician for the USAF, how about you?
Does school count? Other than that, I occasionally referee soccer games at the club I play for, and fix family and friends' computers.
Online Marketing for a Web Design company
I'm an IT Analyst (my post has other names, i don't know which one is the official one: IT Assistant; Art Director & IT Technician). I work at The International School of Informatics in Bucharest, Romania (classes 5-12).
I generally take care of all the computers(~150) and PC related devices in the school (projectors, etc), software+hardware. I'm also their designer (banners, posters, diplomas, contests, etc) and i update the content on their websites. I pretty much work with/on everything related to computers. Not to mention the fact that i have to speak in english because not all know the native language (romanian) and many teachers come to me to fix their PC's/notebooks/netbooks.
I need more time for my self, but i just seem to find some lately. I want to make some websites. Maybe during the winter holidays. (maybe)
My designation is given as Tech Specialist, working in iYogi IT Services Pvt.Ltd, providing technical support to USA, Canada, Australia, UK and other European countries to home and small business users.
I'm retired and very old!
Simply a student waiting for his results and will as from next year seek for a permanent job + University.
I also work at my school in the IT dept. We maintain the schools computers/projectors/labs. We also are responsible for setting up the student use computers in the buildings that are being built.
do you also do a lot of design?
for me it's 50% design, 25% PC repairs, 25% the rest (website administration, helping teachers, buying new hardware, networks, etc). the only thing i haven't done is programing (i know a bit of C/C++).
PS: student at cybernetics
Student. Working towards a PhD in Geology & Geophysics, specifically carbon dioxide sequestration and geochemical reactions involved.
Previously I was a research engineer for Missouri University of Science and Technology's Center for Environmental Science and Technology.
No not a whole lot of design. Mainly the grunt work such as running the backbone cables and getthing the actual client machines up and running.Some server config. No website adminsitration at all.
Iwish i had as easy as you. There's too much work to be done and also work on saturday. ( But don't want to leave because there are no other jobs available.
When I was in college I ran the Student Congress Advertising Department doing all the design work and promotional posters, etc. I had a sweet 42in printer and two work studies!
I got a job at Scott Machine Corp when I graduated as a graphic designer. Now with cutbacks my work consists of 70-75% machining with a Zund M-800 router and 25-30% design for customers. Not a bad gig, though.
Chef ...Been everything from dishwasher to executive head chef. All good except when everyone else is kicking back having a good time I'm burning hair off my arms working pans on a grill....Tho screaming at the waiting staff is very thereputic!
I work for a city government and I am a division head within one of its many departments.
Student next year, fun fun
I'm serial computer killer. I broke down so many of them. )
I am a Director of Business Development for a well know computer manufacturer wiht the name start with "A". I was sales & marketing all my life for my previous 20+ years in computer hardware field. Luckily, I am still young among all my same level of my colleagues!!!
I'm a system tester for a software company. (hence the sig)
Well i spend more than 15 yeas in IT, mostly responsible from planning what to have from implementation and running and everything in between. However, about 6 or so years ago I switched to a management position, and now i'm heading Human Resource Department for my employer.
I divide my time between server technician and team management. Obviously, I enjoy the former better.
I maintain a computerized traffic system for a city. We've just upgraded traffic communications from 9600 baud modems over twisted pair to Ethernet over twisted pair giving us 4 120mbps pipes around town (5mpbs per pair). We also have MPEG4 ptz cameras, video vehicle detection, battery backups, and 100 intersections. Everything is now TCP/IP and quite high tech.
Assassin for hire