Pros: freedom to perform your job without getting micro managed. as our slogan states, "always there", my fellow co workers are some dedicated, great people. love the benefits and the pros by far outweigh the cons
Cons: the cons can be looked at as a pro, such as the slow rate in which you have to endure before jumping to a managerial role, after almost 10 years, i'm still just a service tech, but maybe that is a good thing. overall, one stable and great company.
Having a Bachelor's Degree, I at times felt that I should of moved up and been in management roles, but when I thought about the pros and cons, I could not be more grateful for the plethora of experience I have obtained. Being a Service Tech consists of being an emergency first responder, a person that initiaties and installs new gas services, performs – more... collections like a repo man, meets with angry customers making you become an excellenet customer service conflict resolutionist specialist. Active with Safety and have gained knowledge about the distribution operations of our energy delivery company from various facets. – less