I enjoyed my job and what I did, I never expected to be out of the coal industry, but since the War on Coal, I am. But I am seeking work elsewhere that I may apply my equipment skills with, I can run just about anything and work on it at the same time.
Conventional Weapons Division Instructor/ Writer (Former Employee) – Fort Lee, VA – April 28, 2015
Veteran friendly company that caters to the DoD. Apogee was dedicated to providing a quality customer experience. They also made sure to compensate all employees considerably well. At times, management left something to be desired. They were polite, professional, and personable for the most part but, difficult to reach in times they were needed.
It WAS A VERYPRODUCTIVE PLACE FOR EVERYONE HAPPY BY SUPPLYING THEM WITH WHAT THEY NEED TO ACCOMPLISH THE JOBL
Chief Lead/Training Instructor (Current Employee) – FORT lEE VA. 23801 – March 9, 2015
CONDUCIVE IN KEEP THE EMPOYEE INFORM AND MAKING SURE THEY HAD THE RESOURCES THEY NEED TO COMPLETE THE TASK. IT FOCUS ON THE COMPANY AND INDIVIDUAL EXPERIENCE WHILE EMPLOYED THERE. THE MOST ENJOYABLE WAS WORKING WITH THE STUDENTS MAKING SURE THEY GOT ALL THE NECESSARY EQUIPMENT AND INFROMATION TO ACOMPLISH THE TASK.
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Ontario, CA – March 19, 2014
Pick up Donor assigments, inspect your truck plot/plan your route try to complete your call within an 8hr window. Some new drivers take 30 to 50 calls per day. Vet driver's like me take 70 to 90 call per day. each donor home is different from 1 box or bag to 30 boxes or bags plus furniture sofa, wall units, love seats, etc...
freedom to work unsupervised, intregrity is everything.
Technical Support Representative, Temp (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – March 3, 2013
After clocking in, you take calls as they come in. If you need any help a lead is always available to guide you to the right answers. Managment is very friendly and welcoming. Hardest part of the job can be a very slow day.