1. How long have you been with Triton Power?
I’ve been a part of Triton Power for about five and a half years.
2. Why did you join the company?
I joined Triton Power because I was looking for a place where I could develop professionally, especially in areas like technology and teamwork. I believe it’s better to have a significant role in a smaller company than to be just another employee in a huge corporation.
3. What’s your favorite part of working for Triton Power?
My favorite aspect of working here is the variety of challenges I encounter, especially technical ones. The nature of my job is constantly evolving with new technologies and problems to solve, making every day unique and interesting
4. What is your current position?
I am currently working as a Service Technician.
5. What do you like most about the generator industry?
What intrigues me most about the generator industry is its interdisciplinary nature. Working with generators means you need a broad understanding of several areas, including mechanical systems, automatic controls, and other components. It’s a field that requires a diverse set of skills rather than a narrow specialization.
6. What inspires you to come to work every day?
The saying ‘Do what you love, and you won’t work a day in your life’ really resonates with me. My passion for my work is what motivates me every day.
7. If you could choose anyone as a mentor, who would you choose and why?
I’ve been fortunate to have several mentors, including my father and my ex-wife. My ex-wife, in particular, was incredibly determined; once she set a goal, she pursued it relentlessly. She taught me the value of determination and following through on your ambitions.
8. What advice would you give someone wanting to enter the generator industry?
My advice for anyone entering the generator industry, or any professional field, is to always strive for excellence. Even though things might not always go as planned, putting in your best effort is crucial. Half-hearted work leads to unsatisfactory results.
9. What’s one thing you learned — industry-related or not — in the last month?
Recently, I’ve learned the importance of trusting your instincts. If you feel hesitant about a job, it’s often a sign that something might go wrong. My experience has shown me that ignoring these instincts often leads to problems, so it’s better to trust your gut.