|M.A.S.E.E. - Member of The Association of Supervisory and Executive Engineers.
|City and Guilds of London Institute
I started my career as an Electrician for A.M.F. International, in the tobacco processing industry, during
1961, before entering British local government (US: know as regional) as their chief electrical engineer
in charge of a team of employees and all the council's many electrical responsibilities from street
lighting, traffic signs, sewage pumping stations control facilities, about 30,000 houses and numerous
public buildings, etc. etc.. I was promoted several times in a short period of time and became a
Principle Officer (PO grade), as Works Coordinator in charge of a total work force of around 200
employees and contractors. I left my career in 1991 on PO1-2 scale, 17,706 UK pounds (approx:
$33,700). See a letter from the current head of Human Resources at T.V.B.C.
|I was also an associate of
the Institution of Public