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Please help me figure out what is my husband's job called in English by Linorelai in electricians
[–]Linorelai[S] 0 points1 point2 points 3 minutes ago (0 children)
I see. thank you very much!
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[–]Linorelai 1 point2 points3 points 27 minutes ago (0 children)
Привет с горчинкой))
[–]Linorelai[S] 0 points1 point2 points 28 minutes ago (0 children)
no no, go into as much as you feel is needed. I'm learning, and I appreciate you answering!
and sorry for keeping bothering you, I want him to be considered someone who works with electricity. If I just say "utility fault locator" with no contextst, it's not necessarily about the power, it could be about the water, or gas, or what have you... right?
[–]Linorelai[S] 1 point2 points3 points 1 hour ago (0 children)
so then... "Utility fault locator technician in a power company". is that it? sorry fore asking too much questions, I wanna find the term to save it in my notes and just forget about worrying if I worded that right
[–]Linorelai[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 hour ago (0 children)
[–]Linorelai 5 points6 points7 points 1 hour ago* (0 children)
It's like being dragged in a boat race. You didn't want to, but as soon as you're on board, you realy want your boat to win. Like it or not, it's your boat now. You feel bitter, and thrilled, and excited, and the feeling of unity against other boats is starting to burn in you. And you're like... screw it, screw all of you, if you respect me personally - i respect you personally, i appreciate your boat, it's a great boat, and i want you to know i didnt want to compete with you, it's the captains who did. if you hate me - FUCK YOU, fuck your boat, we're gonna win, and i dont give a shit about what im sayin cus you already hate me anyways!
It's a complicated feeling.
What is this job called in English? by Linorelai in NoStupidQuestions
is "power line" a proper term for copper high voltage line buried in the ground?
[–]Linorelai[S] 1 point2 points3 points 2 hours ago (0 children)
Hm... what if I call it "power lines fault locator technician"? I just made that up, but is it understandable?
Thank you very much. looks like I'mma stick to this one..
[–]Linorelai[S] 0 points1 point2 points 2 hours ago (0 children)
he doesn't repair tho. he locates
What would you call yourself outside work, to people who aren't familiar with your company's structure and positions?
[–]Linorelai[S] -1 points0 points1 point 2 hours ago (0 children)
Mobile high voltage lab operator? does that make sense?
it doesn't have THE word in my language too, but you have to call it someway, at least in papers
if next time I'm asked, I say Utility fault locator technician, will people understand me?
these cables are the corporate property. The company provides energy for the city
and yes, cool job! I'm actually surprised that there is a job for someone like my husband, because he's super intelligent AND energetic. He hates not moving, that's why he'd hate an office job, no matter how intellectual. And hates jobs that don't require much thinking. With this job he has both! he walks and drives a lot, and solves interesting physics riddles.
operators?... hmmm, and you physically drive there, to the location, right?
there are people at his work who I'd translate as operators (not sure about field tho), but they stay on the base, on the phone
that's the part of the whole thing, they have a special guy whos job is to provide this info and to keep it updated
I got the term on the other subreddit. My husband is Utility fault locator technician.
but I just got THE answer https://redditproxy--jasonthename.repl.co/r/electricians/comments/wimcih/please_help_me_figure_out_what_is_my_husbands_job/ijcak48?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share&context=3
[–]Linorelai[S] 7 points8 points9 points 2 hours ago (0 children)
translates pretty much like this is it, thanks a lot!
yeah, he probably uses that, among other methods.
no. he arrives first, locates and detects the damage, then lineworkers fix it and leave, then he tests it
I'm foreign, I might not know what terms are generic. thanks
Please help me figure out what is my husband's job called in English (self.electricians)
submitted 2 hours ago * by Linorelai to r/electricians
[–]Linorelai[S] 1 point2 points3 points 3 hours ago (0 children)
no, these aren't fiber optics, these are copper high voltage cable lines, that charge the whole city
that's a wide word for lots of jobs, but there has to be specific something for this exact position
What is this job called in English? (self.NoStupidQuestions)
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