Sheet Metal Worker (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 30, 2016
Sheet metal working is labor-intensive. Workers must lift heavy materials and equipment, stand for long periods of time, bend over, and sometimes crawl into small spaces to install products. Because of the risk of burns, cuts from sharp metal, and falls at construction sites, sheet metal workers employ rigid safety practices on the job. The environment, in addition to being dangerous, is often noisy or allows exposure to toxic fumes from chemicals used in construction and metal preparation. I also love my coworkers because its all about teamwork as well.
Account Manager/Network Specialist (Current Employee) – Statesboro, GA – April 27, 2016
At Dynamic Solutions you might not always understand what you are doing every morning. Dynamic Solutions has helped mold me into someone that understands in the Information Technology field you will not always know what to do before a situation. This company has helped me understand new concepts quickly and adapt to evolving situations.
Dynamic Solutions is only as good as your potential.
Pre Apprentice Technician (Former Employee) – Buda, TX – August 12, 2016
Working for Dynamic Systems Inc. was a Fast Paced , Hard Labor, Low Pay, No room for Advancement with Poor Benefits, Union type of job. Journeymen in the Sheet Metal trade and Management were the Only Adequately paid employees of Dynamic Systems Inc. I quickly learned how to put together Metal "Straight" duct and "Fittings" required in the Commercial HVAC Industry. I also learned how to use a variety of Sheet Metal tools and equipment. The co-workers were like most places where Hard work is performed, they want to see if You are a Hard worker or a Slacker. I gained respect from my co-workers and made friends quickly. The hardest part of the job was the Metal Shop Atmosphere. Hot in the Summer months, Cold in the Winter months. It was also a Dangerous place to work as injury to oneself was easy to accomplish if not Very careful. The General Manager ( Shop Foreman) was like most I have worked for , Highly skilled in the trade but when pushed by upper management became Frustrated and Irate with the employees. It was Not uncommon to hear him yelling, cursing and calling the employees Demeaning names. Upper management was rarely seen. On pay day the upper management passed out pay checks and they would walk the floor or talk to other staff. The best part of the job on a daily basis was when it was the end of the shift. The best part of the job on a weekly basis was Pay day.
Fast paced and focused work. Lots of hands-on experience. Great company values. Most work requires being able to stand all day and requires ability to closely examine manufactured parts for quality issues.
Rigger (Current Employee) – New Iberia, LA – August 7, 2016
Dynamic is a good short term company. But at the time being is very slow and under paying. They are not paying people what they are worth an under paying the people that r working there now. No benefits.
the job was a fairly good job i enjoyed it and wished it would have lasted longer
Rigger (Former Employee) – New Iberia, LA – July 28, 2015
typically we start off with a safety meeting going over the JSA head to the work site on the platform inspect and tools once everyone has agreed its safe to work we begin work.Everyday its something new to learn offshore working with different people of different races, cultures, and companies.Co-workers were a blast to work with we watched out for each other and made sure we all went home safe the same way we came to work.Hardest part of the job was when the work got slow and i had to find another job.The enjoyable part of the was gathering a piece of mind after work looking at the water away from the city and and everyday bs that comes with being on land just being at peace after a day of work
Graphic Designer (Former Employee) – Sheboygan, WI – June 27, 2013
Dynamic is a great place to start for up and coming designer/developers in the advertising field. I learned a great deal about the processes needed to succeed in this industry. The people there are great, and they know how to have a good time. The compensation is not the greatest, but the experience is worth it, especially the knowledge that I know have is priceless.
Family first enviornment
Company is growing and has process issues to tackle
Pre-Apprentice (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – April 15, 2013
I wasn't a big fan of construction. during this time, I needed a job and work. My father got me this job and I stuck to it for a while. too much Hard work for me doing heavy lifting, measurements, blueprints, and running around. Management was great, but like I said, this job wasn't for me. But still a good job for others.
National Account Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 22, 2013
My day begins at 7am reviewing my call notes and revising my weekly agenda. I travel every week to NY or NJ for several days completing on-site appointments team building exercises and prospecting. Days that I am home based include WebEx and GoToMeeting Appointments across the US and internationally. The hardest part of the job is that the day is not long enough, as I cover the pharmaceutical and healthcare vertical for the US sales division of XpertHR-Reed Elsevier. After 10 years with the organization I am looking for a change.
company and people
covering the us and international pharmaceutical and healthcare market without additional support