Outside sales, (senior), managed large contractors and end users from day to day MAC work to large projects such as the Glendale arena.
OUTSIDE ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE (Former Employee), Tempe, AZ – November 18, 2013
Pros: free lunches, conferences, compensation, training, team
Cons: there were none
Went into office and talked with inside sales, depending on their work load I would do take offs and pricing. I would then visit with the appropriate team members as well as do training and tracking of materials. I loved this job and learned balance and extreme partnership as well as trust for all entities involved Management was supportive and very well liked by all My co-workers were hard working and we worked as a team The hardest part was the balance and learning who to trust The people and the opportunity to make great projects go smoothly
Quality Control (QC) Team Leader (Current Employee), Buena Park, Ca – April 8, 2013
Pros: freedom to learn
Cons: temp agency
This company has a lot to offer in knowledge. Learned how to market, sell, manage a team, and was given the time to learn a few programs like Photoshop and AutoCADD. Because the company is relocating I felt like I never had a chance to move up in the 3 years I was working there.
Accounting Specialist (Former Employee), Carol Stream, IL – August 29, 2012
Pros: team players, multi tasking, great values
Cons: low pay rates
CSC was enjoyable employment. Multi tasking and variety of responsibilities kept working there interesting. The company had great values and family oriented. The employees were friendly and team players.
A typical day at work start work at 8am do a Inventory Check of the item in stock. What you learned to be focus on your job and customer. Management friendly. Your co-workers unstanding take part in everything you do. The Hardest part of the job nothing was hard about this job. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with everyone and when we all get together and joker around.