Owner (Current Employee) – Monticello, UT – January 31, 2016
Great place to work, flexible hours, but just seasonal work. learn a variety of skills, from building furniture, barns, sheds, houses, decks, to making wood molding, and log siding. Also do a lot of firewood, bulk and bundles. Operating chainsaw, log splitter and wood bundler.
Printing Production Specialist (Former Employee) – Davenport, IA – September 10, 2014
Every day was a new challenge. To be able to create and exceed customer expectations on a daily basis. I was constantly learning new things, how to improve myself and become more efficient. Loved working with my manager and I am definitely a people person. Positive attitude towards different situations. I tend to look at the glass as half full rather than half empty. There was really nothing that I felt was to hard but rather a challenge. I loved to be the one called on for the difficult projects. I loved the Printing industry. I have gone from offset to the digital world. Learned so much from creating files in Word/Adobe to saving files in different formats, to using hot folder. Working with servers. Of course running the programs and equipment. With my experience I am now able to use these applications in so many different job opportunities.
Produce quotes, created jobs, scheduled manpower, invoiced previously worked jobs, job walks for work needing pricing. was 24/7 to my customer Time Warner Cable. Would answer after hour calls, dispatch electrician, if non able to responsed I would go. I big emergency I always responded. Assisted our HVAC personell in job walks for cooling tower, chiller, and boiler change outs. For electrical pricing. Worked for Brandt for 6 1/2 years I was the longest tenored office employee at the time of my lay off.
large company respected by multitued of customers
there 6 1/5 years not one raise in pay, bonus few and far between.
Productive company. Puts their clients first and on top.
Legal Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 9, 2013
Work started immediately as soon as you got in to work. Clients always called to find out regarding their case and the status. We had to also keep communication with the county and city where we filed petitions with the clerks. Keep the calendars updated at all times. It was a small section but I could also count on my co-workers whenever we needed help. We got along pretty good and were always there to giving a helping hand to whom ever needed it.
team players, free lunch or dinner when the office was busy.
Sheet metal journeyman (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 7, 2014
Great working experience, lots of information gained from the jobs I worked on. My co-workers were helpful and also made the job fun. Learned different skills and techniques for fitting duct work, layout and fabricating duct.