Director of Sales Planning (Current Employee) – Winston-Salem, NC – October 13, 2016
The people at Blue Rhino are great people to work with. Leadership does not put an emphasis on personnel development. There is not a lot of room for growth within the company. The company operates on a very lean staff.
Maintain and repairing of many types of machines including blaster units, Conveyor belt lines, Filling carousel, Sleeving unit all with three phase motors. Ordering and maintaining replacement inventory parts.
Delivery driver (Current Employee) – Channahon, IL – November 9, 2015
delivery of 20 lb propane tanks count and remove empties and replenish, talk to store managers make sure everything is ok. Management is very supportive works with its employees , they do ride along to ensure all is going well. Employees help one another with any questions or problems.
managment and they way they go out of there way to listen
Customer Service Specialist I (Current Employee) – Winston-Salem, NC – September 7, 2015
A typical day at work in the Customer Care department of Blue Rhino consists of taking inbound calls or making outbound calls. I have learned a great deal of analytical skills and data entry skills. Co-workers are friendly, hardest part of the job is disgruntled customers. Most enjoyable part of the job is department outings.
producion (Former Employee) – Henderson, CO – June 9, 2015
fill cylinders, recertify tank, a little of forklifting. as for co workers and management needs to work on communication. its a great job experiment. the hardest part of the job would be getting threw the first week of soreness. the most enjoyable id say the co-workers
Senior Customer Service Sales Coordinator Lead (Former Employee) – Winston Salem, NC – June 1, 2015
I worked 8 hours a days and 40 hours per week. I assisted customers with product purchases, replacements, and troubleshooting and customer escalations. I lead a team of 4-6 members and provided guidance, support, and feedback for my team and our department. I loved my co-workers and my team. The hardest part of my job was realizing no matter how hard I tried it was impossible to make every customer happy. The most enjoyable part of my job was offering first time customer resolution on each call.
Construction Worker (Former Employee) – Kansas City, KS – October 9, 2014
We always got to move at a fast pace so we can get the job done at the right time. I have done 1000 propanes a day. i enjoy everyone company there we all still had fun and talked to make time go by but we worked harder than anyone else where.
Truck Driver/Delivery/Class A (Former Employee) – Ephrata, PA – July 6, 2014
Long commute, long hours, the details of this job were misrepresented to me. working 15-16 hour days then having to unload and reload the trucks after 15-16 hours, before leaving work for the long commute home.