Supply Chain Analyst (Former Employee) – Durango, CO – September 12, 2016
I learned a lot from working for Crossfire, LLC. I started as an A/R administrator and quickly moved to supply chain analytics. The environment was very fast paced and life/work balance was non-existent. We were expected to put in 50-60 plus workdays and lunch hour was not encouraged.
One Call Specialist (Current Employee) – Midland, TX – July 29, 2016
I was contracted to several companies through this company. I preformed my job to the best of my ability with the equipment provided by the company. Management was always out of reach and when you did try to contact them you would get written up. Most of the co-workers felt the same as to how things in the company were handled. I loved working for the people I was contracted to
Payroll Administrator (Former Employee) – Durango, CO – April 13, 2016
I got pretty lucky when I got hired on, but back then it was a totally different company I feel. Everyone got a long great and pay was great. I got the chance to go from Midland, TX to the corporate office and I thought that meant more opportunity to advance. Unfortunately I got to more things than I intended but at the same pay. Don't get me wrong the pay was awesome! but if you are going to try utilize one person to do multiple things, the least they could have done was given me a pay raise or at least a good honest thank you.
Safe driving, hauling prod. water, dirt trucks and hydrovacing.
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Azrec,NM – March 29, 2016
Over the time I've worked for Crossfire I've learned safe driving habits in the snow, mud and just about everything else. Crossfire has taught me a great deal about hauling production water and when it should be hauled off. I've also learned how to run dirt trucks. Last thing is I also have two years of experience running hydrovac trucks. I get along with everyone great. I really enjoy working here their a great company to work for.
Quality Laboratory Technician / Chemical (Current Employee) – Washington, NJ – February 23, 2016
Do not work very close with the staffing agency. I am out on assignment. Coming aboard with Crossfire was a smooth transaction. Everything was done by phone, email and fax. My recruiter set up the interview with BASF hiring manager, and kept me posted with the hiring process. I do think they should offer there employees that have been with the company for over a year vacation days or a few paid time off days. Over all not a bad service.
Since this is a Temporary Service Job it worries me knowing I can be cut at a moments notice
Porter (Current Employee) – Austin TX – July 19, 2015
Management is great Barry is a cool up state dude wish I could be told if I was going to be a full time or temporary in the long term but besides that it's not crossfire that handles a lot of your work place it's more of the location and where you are being placed.
No management over shoulders, hours are flexible
job security, not knowing when it is your last day or not