Assembler (Former Employee), Blackville, SC – April 6, 2014
I work 8hours a days sometimes 10hours.I learned too work with other friendly are not I had too train many that came in after me. I did what I was supervised to do. The hardest thing I had to do was work with unfriendly people but that wasn't often. Being able to train others what I knew how to do on this job.
Assembly Line Worker/Tester (Former Employee), Orangeburg, SC – January 8, 2014
• Inspected parts to ensure that they meet specific engineering instructions • Set-up and operated tools for the assembly of lawn machines. • Assisted in installation and testing of machines after the – more... assembly process was completed. • Cleaned and maintained the assembly line appropriately • Pull random machines from assembly line to perform audits. • Wrote daily reports after completion of testing and auditing the lawn machines. • Read schematics and blueprints to assemble finished products • Use hand tools or machines to fasten, adjust or assemble components – less
Coil Shop, Fin Press, Expander Operator (Current Employee), Orangeburg, SC – August 7, 2013
Being that I do many different jobs a typical day is unexplainable. Everything that I've listed in my qualificactions is everything I've learned at this job in the year that I've been there and I'm still – more... learning and gaining more experince. My co-workers are proably the hardest part of my job. They are content with doing only one job that they have been doing for years. Where I'm eager to learn and do every job in my department. And that makes some of my co-workers feel uncomfortable because I m a fast learner. So they dont want to train or show you how to do a certain job or do it correctly. But, ounce I see what you are doing I can pick up on it easily. The most enjoyable part of my job is knowing that as long as I'm at work there is no area that will be behind. If someone else is not there because I can run two machines at the same time to keep production consistent. And help the company to keep makeing money. – less
Machine Operator (Current Employee), Orangeburg, SC – June 1, 2013
Pros: decent pay
A typical work day involves standing for 8 - 12 hours depending on the season. Depending on were you work, the opportunity to learn new process are possible. The most enjoyable part of working is getting to know the co-workers.
Apprentice (Current Employee), Tulsa, OK – May 30, 2013
Pros: flexible working schedule, good compensation, excellent managerial staffing.
Cons: extreme outdoor conditions, hard physical labor, and seasonal high and low trends
The day starts in the office at 8:45 a.m. with an overview of what the days scheduling overview consists. Materials and tools collected for specific job function and organization of on-hand tools to ensure – more... efficiency. Complete all appointments, emergency calls and finishing touches on current projects. Arrive back at the office around 5:00 p.m. Schedule for upcoming days service, and project appointments. That is a typical day at Allied. Hours are affected by emergency calls and pending projects. Conditions range from 100+ degree attic temps, to -10 degree roof conditions and in between. Management is flexible with working schedule. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping others in delivering a quality product that they can really feel and see the results. – less