Is the profession "energetik" in demand, and what is included in its job duties?
Is the profession "energetik" in demand and what is included in its job duties?
- Yes, it is in demand. Energetik is a qualified specialist for providing medium and large enterprises with electricity, gas, and sometimes fuel. From the electrician differs in that he does not connect the wires himself and does not climb the poles - but he enters into contracts with suppliers, controls the expense, writes reports and checks the counters + receives millions of permits, gives bribes and pours commission.
- Energetik deals with issues related to the operation of power plants. There are a lot of directions. This is the most demanded (and in the future even more so) profession. By the way, diplomas of our power engineers are valid abroad. If anything, you will not need to confirm your education. Our educational base in this industry is the best in the world. This is an objective opinion, because she worked for a long time in the Ministry of Energy.
- It is necessary to clarify what you mean by the term "power engineer". There are roughly two main directions - electricity and heat. And in those and other industries, specialists are needed, but rather, as elsewhere, with high qualifications and with solid experience. Although judging by its release - with the employment of problems almost no one had. The functional duties include ensuring uninterrupted and reliable electricity (heat) supply to consumers, the introduction of energy-efficient and energy-saving technologies, maintenance and operation (or monitoring of these processes in the absence of staff) in accordance with regulatory and technical documentation (PUE, PTE, PTEEP , MOTAL, etc.), contract work and a whole bunch, there is no point in describing everything. until you collide. Difference from the electrician - in principle in office, as a rule, the proud title of a power engineer with a prefix through a dash is usually an engineer, an electrician is usually called a worker. The first, of course, higher education, for the second it is not necessary. Labor noble, but heavy, if not to say hellish. Nerves tinkle decently, so if there is no willingness to tolerate and lack the much needed in the modern world, like stress resistance, then I do not advise going.