It's a very challenging job, but the opportunity was there and I took it.
Service Technician (Current Employee) – Kailua-Kona, HI – April 21, 2016
As a Service Technician, I'm responsible for maintaining the fuel farm which consists of six 30,000 gallon propane tanks. I deliver propane to businesses and residents and install propane tanks, piping, regulators, and meters. I learned that the most important thing about my job is safety first. I take pride in providing quality service to each and everyone of my clients.
What I learned so far is that people always come before profits whether it be money or promotion wise, you always need to be ethical and never forget your priorities in life. In order to be a success in your job, you need to work hard and never take short-cuts...do it the right way first and you'll never go wrong.
As for management, I always work well with my bosses. They're there to lead and advise, but if I see that there are things that need to be addressed, I will always bring it to their attention in order for the company to be operating productively and smoothly.
When working with co-workers I also have good communication skills and know that I am there to help them if they need assistance. Working together can only make a business better and a place that will be enjoyable to work at.
The hardest thing about the job is making sure my customers are satisfied with the work completed in a timely manner.
The most enjoyable part of the job is when the customers are so happy and appreciative of a job well-done.
Company and customers happy....and a paycheck