Pros: per dium and travel pay
Cons: not really the safest of companies that i have worked for
I worked a 14/14 schedule, which allowed me a lot of free time, Work schedule was hectic at times as I was on call 24-7 while I was there. I was a lead operator, so I worked with a number of different operators .In all they were really good guys to work with. Most of them were fairly new to the production routine, so I was responsible for some training. This allowed me to use my knowledge in solving any issues that they might have in the production process. I was able to continue to learn as well. The company I was contracted to had a different approach in the production process that I had yet to use in previous work. That was also the hardest part of the job. A number of different types of equipment used, meant more lines underground. Trying to navigate the flow, with not knowing the system, proved difficult at times.