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sambisu

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About sambisu

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    Hydropower Engineer
  • Birthday 07/27/1985

Previous Fields

  • Engineering Field
    Power Generation
  • License
    PE
  • Calculator
    TI
  • Discipline
    Mechanical

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    https://www.linkedin.com/in/sambraverman/

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Loveland, CO
  • Interests
    Mountains

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  1. YES. I had a copy of some really comprehensive steam tables from college. I did not have to interpolate a single time on the exam. Those are valuable minutes saved.
  2. Yes, but you can't write on it during the test
  3. I've just accepted a promotion to supervise the group I am currently in. The position is classified as "Supervisory General Engineer" (GS-0801-13 for you other feds out there). However, there is little agreement on what the real position title is. It seems that in government they like to use the term "Chief" in place of Supervisor or Manager. So some people refer to this position as the "Chief of Engineering" and others refer to it as the "Engineering Supervisor" or variations thereof. Thoughts?
  4. sambisu

    Colorado

    Just got my email this afternoon!
  5. sambisu

    Colorado

    The two are totally unrelated. The PE is not required for the promotion. Just another thing I am stuck waiting on.
  6. sambisu

    Colorado

    I downloaded the licensee list from DORA. Based on when licenses were issued in the past, they are taking quite a bit longer this time around for some reason. Usually in the 1-5 days range after results are released. We are at 13 days now.
  7. sambisu

    Colorado

    Now I'm also stuck waiting to hear back on a promotion. Interviewed last week for a supervisory position. I feel like I am in a state of endless waiting for things out of my hands.
  8. sambisu

    Colorado

    An undergrad engineering degree counts for 4 of the 8 years. So then you just need 4 years of engineering work experience.
  9. sambisu

    Colorado

    Still nothing in Colorado...anyone talked to DORA? Seems odd that in the past people would have gotten license numbers so quickly but now we are a week out from results and still nothing.
  10. sambisu

    Salaries??

    I haven't heard of any automatic pay bumps for getting a PE. However, it can open doors to higher paid opportunities down the road.
  11. Following @cornsnicker3's lead...here is what worked for me and some thoughts for future test-takers. This was my first (and only) time taking the exam. The only books I ended up using or needing were MERM, Engineering Unit Conversions, and steam tables. The steam tables I used were a version published by Iowa State University which I held on to from my undergrad. I actually looked into whether they still print them, but couldn't get an answer. They were a huge help though as they were much more comprehensive than anything else I found. I did not have to interpolate a single time to get
  12. sambisu

    Colorado

    Well there was a fee you had to pay to apply and get approved to take the exam. I don't think there are any more fees until you renew.
  13. sambisu

    Colorado

    Still no license number as of this morning.
  14. sambisu

    Colorado

    Right. I'd be VERY surprised to see them do anything that quickly.
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