And the winner of most unfortunate job title ever is…
I don’t think I’m going to seriously entertain becoming an erection engineer, but I will use this job for a purpose. I’ve been wanting to experiment a little to see if I can make the blog more interactive, so here goes one idea:
In the spirit of sophomoric humor, let’s play Count the Unintentional Sexual Innuendos In This Job Description.
- In the comments section below, tell us how many unintentional sexual innuendos you can find – You can either say the total number, or you can list them out/highlight your favorites. Of course, the latter makes for better discussion and more laughs, but I’m not overly picky.
- Let’s omit the title of the job, the section titles and the repeated phrase, “Erection Engineer” to make sure we’re all on the same page.
Erection engineers are often invaluable individuals behind the scenes at major erection projects. An erection engineer oversees the major components of an erection, including budgetary concerns, time management, supply cycles, and safety regulations. Though erection engineers have specific duties, the job can encompass a wide variety of functions at an erection site.
Cost Estimation For Erection:
The erection engineer is responsible for providing a cost estimation of the total erection, from start to finish, to the contractor. Erection engineers must also determine the costs of all personnel involved in executing the erection.
Enforcing Safety During the Erection:
Erection engineers are accountable for creating an atmosphere of safety at the work site. Rules and regulations must be understood by all erection employees, and continually implemented during building. An erection engineer can be held accountable for significant workplace mishaps, even if the accident is not directly the fault of the engineer.
Supervising the Erection:
An erection must be finished in a timely manner, or by a specific date, for a variety of reasons. There are often incentives for finishing erections early or on time, including contractor bonuses. The erection engineer makes certain that the erection hits set goals on time throughout the project. In addition to time concerns, the erection engineer must monitor supply levels to ensure that the project does not run out of critical erection components. For example, an exhausted supply of wood could delay an erection for hours or days, which could directly effect the completion date.