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Offline Soccerstyle72

Automotive technician considered commercial?
« on: Aug 18, 2014, 10:54 »
I am currently employed at a nuke plant as an industrial clean but I am currently seeking a career change and I am trying to bid into a position that requires 3 years of industrial/commercial experience. I have done a fair amount of searching but so far I am unable to find anything that distinguishes what my automotive technician experience is considered. I believe it to be considered commercial but I would greatly appreciate anyone that could help me to properly determine this so I can pass the information on to my chief steward. Thanks

Offline ddickey

Re: Automotive technician considered commercial?
« Reply #1 on: Aug 19, 2014, 06:13 »
I'd consider repairing autos for profit engaged in commerce.

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Re: Automotive technician considered commercial?
« Reply #2 on: Aug 19, 2014, 09:30 »
I am currently employed at a nuke plant as an industrial clean but I am currently seeking a career change and I am trying to bid into a position that requires 3 years of industrial/commercial experience. I have done a fair amount of searching but so far I am unable to find anything that distinguishes what my automotive technician experience is considered. I believe it to be considered commercial but I would greatly appreciate anyone that could help me to properly determine this so I can pass the information on to my chief steward. Thanks

Assuming that you are trying to bid on a maintenance position (mechanical/electrical), your automotive experience may be considered. However, I believe that the commercial experience they speak of is related to performing maintenance and/or mods on commercial buildings such as hospitals, universities, large stadiums, factories, etc. Buildings with large mechanical needs i.e. boilers, chillers, heat exchangers, pump rooms and the like.

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Re: Automotive technician considered commercial?
« Reply #3 on: Aug 19, 2014, 11:10 »
Generaly the "commercial" term in the nuke world refers to commercial nuclear plants. i.e. DOE vs. Commercial.

If you are working at a plant now, then you are working commercial.
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