Name: Alhan Zarei Rap: 56 Class: Ms. A. Chapell
November 2nd 2016
Name of your host: Afshin Zarei Relationship to you: Father
1. What is your job title? Electrical Technician
2. What is your job description? Assembling and wiring PLC ( Program Logical Control) panels.
3. What are the duties and/or tasks you perform at your job? My duty is to assemble the PLC panels according to the drawings(blueprint). I also test the panels made.
4. What qualifications do you have for this job in the following areas:
a) Training? Building and testing PLC panels.
b) Education? Electrical diploma and PLC degree.
c) Experience? 25 years of working in different electrical fields.
d) Skills and attributes (personal qualifications)? Problem solver, hard worker and tries to think of the best solutions.
5. What are some of the things you like about the job? Making friends that are in the same work field as me, working with people from different backgrounds and also the whole idea of working with electricity.
6. What are some of the things you dislike about this job? There isn’t anything I dislike.
7. How to you anticipate this job changing in the next 5 years or so? I don’t think this job will be changing anytime soon.
Other question: 8. Does this job cause stress? When the job is rushed then yes, it is very stressful.
1. Give three reasons why you would like this job (be specific):
a) I get to work with electrical tools.
b) Friendly environment.
c) Getting to make the panels for cool things like roller coaster rides.
2. Give three reasons why you would not like this job (be specific):
a) You have to be strong to be able to use some of the tools.
b) It can be dangerous working with electricity.
c) The stress of getting something done when rushed is too much for me.
3.Is this job for you? Why or why not?
Although this job seems really interesting it isn’t something fit for me. I am more of the person that is behind the computer designing the work then actually putting it together.
4. Explain the value of TOKTW experience in relation to your ideas about your post secondary (after highschool) plans (education? training? travel? work?):
Today showed me how real jobs are like once you get out of school. I actually had a conversation with my dad’s boss about not giving up on a passion and keeping your dream alive. He said, “Even when you’re about to give up, don’t” He also told me it is good to know what job you want so you can plan and start achieving your goal. I am currently wanting to become a lawyer when I grow up and hopefully in ten years I’ll look back to this day while writing an exam for law school.