Assistant Superintendent (Former Employee) – DC – July 5, 2017
Demonstrates a very high level of performance beyond that required for successful performance in their position and scope of responsibilities. • A proven, highly effective leader who consistently exceeds established performance expectations, timelines, or targets • Has a significant impact on the achievement of the organization's objectives
Equipment Technician (Former Employee) – Bangor, ME 04401 – May 24, 2017
I would come to work and check out audio and video equipment to other students at the school. While working there, I learned how to examine and maintain many types of cameras, microphones and recording devices.
OPERATIONS LEAD (Former Employee) – Fishers, IN – March 3, 2017
Would have stayed longer if there was an opportunity to advance; however, the company went out of business due to lack of sales. I was then introduced to the world of retail and the managerial aspects and the opportunity to quickly advance within a company
I planned on retiring from EDC but my job ended. The job was interesting as it was the first job I had where I used computers as part of my job. I worked 12 hour rotating shifts. Co- workers were fun to be around and were hard workers also. Management was as good as any I ever had. The most rewarding part was when I had the highest turnout of products for that particular day.
Vocational Evaluator/Assistantship (Current Employee) – Carbondale, IL – July 27, 2016
A typical day I come in to EDC meet with clients to do intakes. Then we would do academic testing. The hardest part is learning all the different kinds of tests to give and how to give them. Most enjoyable would be the work environment and working with the clients.
Desk Assistant (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – May 5, 2016
Very inclusive environment. Nice co-workers. Always something to do and new things to learn about the equipment. I learned more about equipment than I did from some of my film classes. I also got to know more about the industry from my co-workers who are older than me and more experienced.
Trainer (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 1, 2016
If you're in the market of getting extra funds, with all the OT that is required, this is the place to do so. Since there is so much time spent at work, the people there start to become family but there is a lot of micromanaging that comes along with the territory.
SR.HSSE ENGINEER (Current Employee) – Cairo, GA – September 7, 2015
I am working in edc as sr.Hsse engineer for a fourteen total of years experience in off shore and on shore and work over rigs and hoping to apply in company's hsse office to be settled in my town with my family.