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I'm a Program Manager in the Supply Chain division of a major Aerospace company here in Arizona. I help Business Units get and then spend their money.
I work from home mostly, so I get to play with my 2 boys and our (mostly mine) Lego sets.
I've got a great wife who doesn't complain about the money I spend on the hobby. She's just glad I have a safe and (relatively) inexpensive hobby!
Always remember: Use HTS code: 9503.00.0085 for Legos :-)
I work as an MWD Engineer for Weatherford International. Running tools with sensors in them to drill directional wells.
It's always funny in the oil field to tell someone you collect Lego. But, the oil field is a great way to fund a Lego addiction.
So bumping this with a post of my own...
I also work in IT, and have since I was a teenager. I've taken the occasional gig as a violinist, though, especially when I was younger.
Before that I was a mechanical engineer/computer aided designer. I designed safety systems for automobiles. Detroit
Worked in aerospace industry as mechanical engineer for Pratt and Whitney designing fighter aircraft engines. Cincinnati
Mechanical Engineer designing steam turbines at General Electric. New York
Structural Engineer for Pulp ans Paper industry. Designed paper mills. New York
One thing that I miss about working is the ability to buy things for myself once in awhile and not worry about it so much! LOL.
So if you re about to visit vienna, especially from the US, let me know. You bring me cheap Lego from the US and I ll be your free tour guide... :-)
Currently i am on paternity leave, two more weeks.
I am a technical manager for an email hosting company. Pretty interesting and pays for my revisited LEGO addiction I mean hobby.
Former nomad, aspiring mycologist.
I've got to give LEGO some credit for my choice of profession; I have to believe that putting together and taking apart sets and MOCs as a kid helped inspire the engineering creativeness later on.
I also do volunteer work for St John Ambulance, providing advanced first aid at various events. If all goes to plan, I should become an ETA (emergency transport attendant) soon.
MD-11 pilot now.