Directed all DZ craft and staff as well as all outside non approved vendors.
In Processing Coordniator (Former Employee), Spring City, TN – June 10, 2012
Great job ,just needed more time for training. I had no training in doing a Fatigue Coordniator and I was told I had to do the job and also had an audit . I told the site manager I was not qualified to do an audit and he assured me "he would be there and HE did not show up"
OFFICE SUPPORT (Former Employee), Nashville, TN – April 12, 2012
Pros: to work with exciting people, learn more about tva
Cons: being part-time, eat-ins
I really like working for Day & Zimmerman. The only reason that I gave them a low score in Compensation/Benefits , I worked full-time hours in a part-time position. And that also fits in with Job Security/Advancement. A day at work was to check the make sure all time sheets were in for all employee's at all the sites . Update employee's files. File – more... the employee's files. Assist with the administative staff in other office duties. My co-workers were great in assisting me with any help that I needed. The hardest part about the job was that I was not able to stay longer. One of the sites operation closed. – less
Starting each morning with a new assignment, learning from my fellow crew members valuable aspects of the construction field such as welding and fitting. The foreman working alongside with us for tough projects requiring more man power. The most enjoyable part was learning the typical job responsibilities from each crew member and being taught by them.
Political Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Arlington, VA – March 28, 2012
Pros: good benefits and pay. no overtime work.
Cons: low energy, no room for advancement
A typical day at work is heavily administrative. My daily tasks include answering phones, emails, correspondence to the office as well as managing my superior's schedule, travel arrangements, and corporate expenses. I am also in charge of updating and maintaining the company's PAC (public action committee) and keeping track of money that is donated – more... to political figures and organizations. I also conduct legislative research on pertinant issues affecting Day & Zimmermann, such as legislation on defense, construction, budget constraints, homeland security, energy, commerce and security.
I have become confident in my administrative and multi-tasking skills from this position, however I do not enjoy the company environment. We are a satellite office and very small and I would like social interaction on a professional and personal level. – less
At Day and Zimmerman Inc., Corp. I worked on the Xerox project for their chemical processing plant where ink and resin was produced in Oklahoma
Produced proposals from cost estimates of fire alarm materials and equipment of complete fire alarm system. Consulted with customers and contractors to meet their needs in their best interest and in a most – more... efficient way.
Proficient in handling computers, web, Microsoft Application softwares and drafting softwares (AutoCAD), Microstation, etc – less
High Job Security, Good Team, Good Culture and values
IT (Former Employee), Philadelphia,PA, USA – March 10, 2013
Pros: job security, culture, values and team
Cons: high demanding customers, lack of appreciation
Very high demanding job with comparatively low salary and low benefits.Best & worst part of the job is the flexible hours.
Lack of appreciation from customers especially from the managers & their bosses. Medical, dental and other benefits are very below the market standards. No overtime for extra hours! No compensating time off.
Lack of respect from – more... the management to resources other then the technical team.
Not the best company but okay to work here. – less