Examiner (Current Employee) – Towson, MD – November 29, 2017
I like the idea of meeting new people and being on my own, I go to clients home collecting blood and urine samples. The hadest part of the job is when u arrive at a clients home and no one is there when they were informed that you would be there at that time.
meeting new people and learning
not being able to get the blood for whatever reason
Great seeling enviroment and developed several associates.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – August 15, 2017
A typical day was delivering the best possible customer experience and offering add-on to increase the average ticket. Training and development of your staff is the best way to increase sales, promote associates within and have an overall great morale in the store. The workplace culture was a selling environment and management staff was engaged. Several manager that worked for me moved on to store manager positions. The hardest part of the job was moving from store to store to clean up after molding a great team in place at the store I was in. The most enjoyable part was to develop associate and managers to watch them get promoted to the next level.
Tenure, benifits, profit sharing
Being transferred to multiple locations to clean up stores
Was a very good place to work, we always had plenty of work before the oil industry went down. Coworkers were pleasant and helpful when another coworker needed direction on how to get to a place another coworker had never been to.
Drilling Consultant (Former Employee) – West Texas, East Texas, Oklahoma – November 27, 2015
Doing Daily Reports, made daily walks around rig location checking on personnel, Hazards, spills. I was in charge on the floor when tripping out of the hole to make sure that they were keeping hole full, also in charge ordering casing, call for cement trucks. I had good communication with my co-workers, I would have to say that the hardest part of my job would be having to fire someone, although must enforce if necessary. I must say that the most enjoyable part of the job is when I would have a completely reliable full staff properly trained and hard working.
Completions and workover consultant (Former Employee) – Carrizo Springs, Texas – October 30, 2015
Gained valuable experience supervising daily operations on a work over/completions rig in the Eagleford shale in south Texas. Installed packers and tubing, new rod installations, rod/pump repair jobs, and lateral clean out jobs.
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – June 24, 2015
The company I work for actually has 2 businesses. Biweekly I am responsible for doing payroll for approximately 50 employees. Daily I do data entry for accounts payable and receivable. Pay any outstanding invoices. Do all baking for the business. Schedule all anointment's for business. Quickly trouble shoot any problems that may arise. I enjoy dealing with customers and employees. Previously I had little to no experience with accounting software and now I am able to use MAS 90 and Quick Books.
Drilling Supervisor (Former Employee) – Carrizo Springs, TX – June 18, 2015
Supervised all Daily well site and down hole operations. I have learned how to work as a team to accomplish a specific set of goals for Chesapeake with 20+ rigs. Down hole troubleshooting and preventive steps. I worked for Chesapeake for 5 years the best men that I have had the pleasure to work with and for. The Hardest part managing 20+ different tasks simultaneously it was a great challenge that I enjoyed very much. Working with a GREAT team and the comradely that we all had had everyone else's support if they needed it.