QA Inspector/Mechanic (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – November 25, 2016
your outside all day long fixing trains and trailers. If you like to be outdoors this is definitely the job you want. However, because of your exposure to the trains and trailers on the tracks you will definitely get a good tan.
A typical day at work usually starts with me checking the truck,making sure EVERYTHING is properly working. After checking the truck, I make sure ALL cargo is properly placed secure and ready for delivery. The management and co workers are great. Everyone helps out one another.
My job is simple. I work a 12 hr shift with 3 days off. With all the jobs I have had in the past I have never had that. The only thing I don't like is that they said that I would have insurance, but I have yet to receive my insurance cards in the mail, and it's not being taken out of my check yet. Where is the benefits? I filled out the paper work to have it. This is the second security company that has done this to me. I am pretty annoyed by this, but my job seems to be pretty secure, for now. If I am not provided with insurance I will have to go else where. The amount they pay an hour could be a little more also.
Simple/Stress free work load, Great Shift, Great days off
Pay is low, and no benefits (was told there would be benefits)
On any day on this job you would have some sort of a problem on your post , watch your back because you don't have a second officer for back up, Super bunch of people , The management is a bunch of superb people. There was no hard part to this job. Meeting different people.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – temple,tx – May 19, 2015
These people offer health insurance but not for anyone that wants to get a pay check. The leadership of this company is that of a high school clique and they will give you a job but if you don't fit in they make sure to let you know.
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – January 11, 2015
Drove a Freightliner cab over, pulled 45’, 48’ and 53’ containers and trailers. My pick-up and delivery areas included Portland metro area and the ports in Tacoma and Seattle Washington. Also made pick up and deliveries in eastern Washington and western Idaho.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – January 6, 2014
Open up and check messages trace shipments. answer phone and get all computers up and running. Learned how the new computer system worked and was the go to person on the computer. management was ok, better then most places I worked. I enjoyed all my co workers. We had our ups and downs but always came out good. Hardest part was when one of us was out of the office cuz we where a small office. The most enjoyable is that we where like family.
Dispatcher/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Fort Benning, Georgia – November 12, 2012
Use a computer-aided dispatch system; receive emergency calls from the public requesting police, fire, medical or other emergency services. Determine the nature and location of the emergency; determine priorities, and dispatch police, fire ambulance or other emergency units as necessary and in accordance with established procedures. Receive and process 911 emergency calls, maintain contact with all units on assignment, maintain status and location of police and fire units. Monitor direct emergency alarms, answer non-emergency calls for assistance. Enter, update and retrieve information from a variety of computer systems. Receive requests for information regarding vehicle registration, driving records and warrants, and provides pertinent data. Monitor several complex public safety radio frequencies. Operate a variety of communications equipment, including radio consoles, telephones and computer systems. Typical work day is 12 hours. Ive learned alot and met many great people. I managed 3 people on a day to day basis. The hardest part of the job is not taking the job home with you when detrimental things has happened to a soldier. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to help others.
General Clerk II (Former Employee) – Fort McCoy, WI – September 13, 2012
I enjoyed meeting different people and interacting with the military. mangers were great just long hours when your mobing and demobing. I learned about the dd93 and how important it is to the soldiers.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Deer Valley, AZ – June 19, 2012
Eagle Systems I thought was going to be a great place but then the second day i was there i didnt do as well as the first day and i got written up MY FIRST DAY!!!! The people who run this place are idiots and have no clue how to sell anything and think that jumping around and singing stupid little songs is the key to success well ill tell you the key to success is to know what your talking about. For the first week i didnt even know what i was selling because they lie and say that they are entered into a drawing and that was my job and i had to find out it was vacuum cleaners from some guy that worked there.