I am always trying to tell people about all of the awesome people on here and the ideas they post. It always ends up with someone wondering what that person does for a living. I know most people have posted at one point or another what they do on the forum at one point or another, but I thought it would be nice to have a reference thread to make it easier to reference.
I personally work for a company that owns multiple companies and I have been blessed enough to have been able to mentor under some of the greatest electrical minds in the country. I also did field maintenance work until the economic downturn in 08 so I was able to work at some of the largest companies in the country as an advisor on projects, project designer, field service work, IR thermography of electrical and piping, installation and maintenance on diesel generators and electric motors of all styles, and electronic compliance testing (which is the closest thing I do that remotely connects to what I went to college for). Now I work on rewinding, rebuilding, and custom builds of ac and dc motors/generators. I’m almost 35 and started working with my dad at AEP on the weekends at 9 and then at 15 he purchased the companies I have worked for since.
Edit: forgot to mention high voltage distribution planning for on site substations and hipot testing of high voltage cables.