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1 hour ago, TX HookEM said:

My SER was only four pages (in the exact same font and size as the TBPE online form). I had one engagement - because i've only been with one company - but I just used a couple of dashes to separate each individual project.

I do think each engagement - which i believe is each new company or customer or whatever - you should start a new page.

Perfect, that helps clear things up for me.  Thanks for the response!

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On 1/24/2019 at 3:57 PM, GeoDude said:

Hey all,

 

Hope you can help me with a couple questions.  First off how long were you SER's? Do you fill out a new form for each engagement? If some of your engagements were for a short duration (6 months to 1 year) is it acceptable for that SER to be 1-2 pages? My other engagement was for essentially 3.5 years and I can write a book on stuff I worked on.

 

I'm a few steps behind everyone else on here.

My SER was a whopping 3 pages. I’ve only ever worked at one place and I don’t do design, so I just kind of summarized what I do at work and typical projects I would review. I really don’t think they are too particular as long as you have your recommendations and that your job sounds engineering related

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On 1/28/2019 at 11:39 PM, Rebeccah623 said:

My SER was a whopping 3 pages. I’ve only ever worked at one place and I don’t do design, so I just kind of summarized what I do at work and typical projects I would review. I really don’t think they are too particular as long as you have your recommendations and that your job sounds engineering related

Has your application been fully approved?

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23 hours ago, GeoDude said:

Has your application been fully approved?

Yes, I submitted everything  around December 20th and got my license number on January 17th.

I work for a local government permitting office, so I review about 30-40 different projects per week. So for my SER, I did a brief summary of what I review for in all projects and any other responsibilities I have. Then I broke down the types of projects I review and provide a little more detail in what I look for in them. Then I listed some of the names of the projects I had reviewed. It kind of seems like they don't look at it in too much detail. The technical reviewer said there was only one administrative reviewer at the time, so I am sure they look for the bare minimum. I just made sure to use words like analyze, calculate and recommend.

Hopefully that helps!

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19 hours ago, Rebeccah623 said:

Yes, I submitted everything  around December 20th and got my license number on January 17th.

I work for a local government permitting office, so I review about 30-40 different projects per week. So for my SER, I did a brief summary of what I review for in all projects and any other responsibilities I have. Then I broke down the types of projects I review and provide a little more detail in what I look for in them. Then I listed some of the names of the projects I had reviewed. It kind of seems like they don't look at it in too much detail. The technical reviewer said there was only one administrative reviewer at the time, so I am sure they look for the bare minimum. I just made sure to use words like analyze, calculate and recommend.

Hopefully that helps!

This helps big time. Thank you so much!

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2 hours ago, GeoDude said:

This helps big time. Thank you so much!

Good luck to you! I was super stressed about writing the SER and it really wasn't a huge deal.

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On 2/1/2019 at 2:12 PM, Rebeccah623 said:

Good luck to you! I was super stressed about writing the SER and it really wasn't a huge deal.

@GeoDude I basically went through almost a similar process as @Rebeccah623. Not a lot of different things on my SER, just a solid account of what I've worked on over the past few years.

Submittal all the way to licence was about three weeks.

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2 hours ago, TX HookEM said:

@GeoDude I basically went through almost a similar process as @Rebeccah623. Not a lot of different things on my SER, just a solid account of what I've worked on over the past few years.

Submittal all the way to licence was about three weeks.

Thank you for this. Hoping to get everything finished up and sent out to my reviewers this week!

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