Second Year Electrical Apprentice (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 15, 2016
Everything that involved field workers was fine, but upper management had too many issues. I understand that no company is perfect, but you cannot keep messing up people's checks, and think you can get away with it.
Fueler (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – February 17, 2016
In charge of fueling plans with the right amount of fuel and getting them off there gate in time. I learned about fueling aircrafts and how they operate. Fun and helpful co-workers. The hardest part of the job is working in inclement weather. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to travel.
Upgrade Solution Manager (Former Employee) – Brighton, MI – March 23, 2015
This is my second times to do SAP project for BWI Group Inc from September 2014 to January 2015. The first project was done in 2010-2011. Overall, BWI is very nice working place. My task is to upgrade SM7.01 to 7.1 with Service Desk converted to Incident Management. There are challenges with critical issues in the project. The project control and process management is very reasonable. They always listen us to address issues and requests carefully to overcame all difficulties to get the project done smoothly.
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Linthicum, MD – December 12, 2014
Vital signs, urine drug screen, breath alcohol tests, hair collects, finger printing, audiogram, phlebotomy, injections, spirometery, medication administration, EKG's, stress testing, assisting with minor surgery and examinations, administrative duties & training of new and current employees of any changes or responsibilities within the company.
I learned how to assist in minor surgery, stress testing and the different types of physicals that different companies wanted.
The hardest part was how busy it could get. Not really having a set time to clock out.
Typical work days involved pre-maintenance inspections, to ensure vehicle safety and work capability. Changing parts and components as needed for vehicle stability and safety which is a big part of BWI overall operation. I've learned a great deal working under the maintenance department. The hardest part of the is keeping up with cleanliness of the vehicles for deadline preparations. There are a lot trucks in the fleet and meeting the requests of the drivers and the company seems like a overwhelming task.
Working outside department of maintenance on other sections despite busy schedule.
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – March 24, 2014
everyone was please with the way I put work together for the i'll have everything in order for my workers when they come in we did the work and left every day on time it was not like that till I put the plain together
Customer Specifications Coordinator (Current Employee) – McHenry, IL – September 11, 2012
Handled customer calls, managed customer projects, worked with all aspects of managment teams to complete customer specifications. Management teams were the best in the business, and co-workers were like family. The customers (public libraries) were intelligent, friendly and great to work with. The company was recently sold and I am seeking new employment.
When all deliveries where done you could go home early.
Delivery Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Hampton, VA – June 12, 2012
I made deliveries from Richmond to Noth Carolina. Unload deliveries from semi-trucks full of insulation and some other products. I drove a 24 foot box van to deliver insulation products. I sometimes had to load my own truck where I had been forklift certified to do so. I learned about the warehouse proceedures and shipping and recieving. Management thre was really great. They just wanted their deliveries to be on time which was nevera problem. A few calls on the two-way and let them know where I was in my deliveries because sometimes I had to come off my rout to make a extra delivery. The management was laid back because our job was mostly easy to get done nd when done early we where let go early withfull days pay anyway. I didnt have alot of time to converse with others, because I was on the road all day by myslf making delevries. But for the most part I only worked with three others, a salesman, manager, and another driver who for about and hour and half would unload deleveries together every other morning. The hardess part of the job was never getting used to feeling insulation in your clothes. The enjoyable part was the driving around and seeing places I had not been to.