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Productive and informative place to work and
Lab Tech. (Former Employee), New JerseyJanuary 29, 2014
I enjoyed working here. I would recommend working here to others.
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Giving Back to Our Country
Nuclear Specialist (Current Employee), FT. Lewis WashingtonJanuary 15, 2014
Love the Army. I have been in 4 years now with the National Guard and truly enjoy all the experiences I have been blessed to partake in.
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Come in and do your job then leave
Pilot Plant Operator (Former Employee), Devens, MAJanuary 7, 2014
Pros: plenty of time to get all of your required work done
Cons: long wait times for reactions
This company allowed to me to develop my organizational and maintainence aspect of the job. There were a lot of housekeeping and cleaning. A lot of hose switching and drum discharging and reactor charging. Became familiar with large scale manufacturing equipment and regular maintenance of the facility.
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quality control
Laboratories supervisor (Current Employee), jordanDecember 6, 2013
Pros: free hour break
Cons: trasportation
8 hour daily from Sunday to Thursday
learned how to manage my time
I like my job because every day we have a new problem , new solution to get the target
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Great opportunity to get promoted with lifelong skills
Chemical Supervisor (Former Employee), Schweinfurt, Germany and Fort Drum, NYNovember 12, 2013
Pros: working outdoors and meeting new people. learning life lessons you can take away to use later.
Cons: physically demanding, susceptible to injury
My day starts at 0600 for physical training until 0730. Breakfast from 0730 to 0900 when you report for daily activities. From then until 1130, you train and retrain on weapons, job related activities, work on a variety of military trucks. Everyday offers new training opportunities with some of it requiring travel and outdoor encampment. 1130 to 1300 – more... is lunch and 1300 until you're released you conduct whatever missions are required. My co-workers come from all over the world so you get to know diversity very quick. The military is a very team friendly environment so one must overcome adversity to accomplish a common goal. The hardest part of the job would have to be watching the promotion list change monthly with points being so high in certain jobs, to include mine. The most enjoyable part is being outdoors and being able to fire all sorts of high powered weapons and explosives. Learning tactical techniques in all sorts of warfare is something you can't experience anywhere else. – less
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Postal Operations
Biological, Radiology, Nuclear Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Carson, ColoradoSeptember 30, 2013
Pros: being able to make someones day.
Cons: communication, hours.
A typical day at work would involve me picking up mail from the Post Office. Bring the mail back to the mail room and sorting it out based on last name. Then distributing it to soldiers. My soldiers would help me sort and distribute it throughout post. The most enjoyable part of my job was sorting the mail because i like to keep myself busy. The hardest – more... part of the job would be finding individuals who were no longer assigned to the post and figuring out what address to send their mail to. – less
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United States Marine Corps
Radiological & Nuclear (CBRN) Defense Specialist (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MNJuly 14, 2013
Serving the country while doing my part. There are too many things to list in here, but I did get to travel the country and the world, while making some of the best friends I'll have in my life and learning one of the coolest jobs in the military.
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working with this company has given me a wide range of experience
Sr. Radiological Control Technician (Former Employee), VermontMay 10, 2013
I have performed a wide range of job experience while as a 3.1 RCT by traveling and working at the different power plants.
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Productive and work shop oriented.
Baker Petrolite Hughes (Current Employee), Eddystone, PAMay 8, 2013
Pros: solid employment
Cons: low pay
Mechanical knowledge a plus. Knowledge of Tri-State area needed but directions are provided. Friendly atmosphere.
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There are mutable type plants here and we got to work on something different every day. The job also involves teams that work together to get the work
Maintenance Tech III, New equipment Installer (Former Employee), Memphis Tn.March 25, 2013
There are mutable type plants here and we got to work on something different every day. The job also involves teams that work together to get the work done and problems solved.
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Great for comradery and physical fitness
CBRN Specialist U.S. Army (Former Employee), Ft. StewartMarch 5, 2013
Pros: stability, comprehensive health care
Cons: down time while at work
You will make some lifetime friends, and they do not give you any choice but to be in shape so you can perform the demanding tasks of your job choice.
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First job i enjoyed
Process Operator (Former Employee), Spring Lake, MIJanuary 24, 2013
Pros: lots of new stuff to learn and very transferrable skills
Cons: messy!!!
Once you can get used to the mess its not bad. Overall good working environment.
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Out of Business - lack of leadership
Sales Representative (Former Employee), Gray, TNNovember 29, 2012
Lacking in leadership. This company is no longer in business. I needn't say more.
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JOB ASSOCIATES
Laboratory Technician, BASF FUEL CELLS (Former Employee), Somerset, NJOctober 16, 2012
THE FACT OF WORKING WITH DIVERSE PEOPLE FROM DIFFERENT ETHNICS IS GREAT...
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Exciting day at work with chemical detection equipment
Nuclear Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Drum, NYSeptember 11, 2012
Pros: very intense, imformative training
Cons: not alot of field work
As i have not officially done my job dealing with chemicals in the U.S Army i have had some very imformative and exciting training dealing with all chemical, radiological, biological, and nuclear items.
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Productive
Operations Specialist (CBRN) (Former Employee), United StatesAugust 8, 2012
Very fun enviorment Deployed twice to afghanistan. And was stationed at fort campbell for about 3 years and was at fort Lewis Washington for about 3 years
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Packaging and plant operations
Operator/Production Technician (Former Employee), Geismar, LAMay 13, 2012
Packaged industrial rubber. Operated various machines.Safe work record
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A workplace that's always growing
CBIR Extraction Team Leader/Squad leader (Former Employee), Indian Head, MDMay 9, 2012
Pros: a great work place and experience.
Cons: lots of patience needed.
A normal day consists of personnel accountability and training in preparation for any operations being conducted. Being patient is a big part about working here due to the fact that you train a lot but do not get much of a chance to put that training into a real world situation. But the people you work with make the job better because you build a camaraderie – more... like no where else. – less
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Long hours, supply chain issues
Plant Manager (Current Employee), TulsaApril 4, 2012
Pros: my boss is the best i have ever had.
Typical day is trying to complete orders with no parts, that are purchased from our sister company in Mexico.
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hazordous chemicals ruff working conditons
pack out person (Former Employee), location was okMarch 12, 2012
Pros: good money
Cons: working with hazordous chemicals no rases
poor place to work hazordous work areas wet floors old machines