Receptionist (Former Employee) – Rockville, MD – January 24, 2015
My Typical day at work as a receptionist/Administrative Assistant varies through out my day I generally answer phones, greet visitors or customers, keep files and records, schedule appointments and perform other clerical duties.
Working at a commercial plumbing company I have learned alot more about how the construction field operates on a day to day basis along with scheduling constructors to different job sites that needed to be completed such as electrical work,compressors,etc....
Management was great Co-workers were great to work with learned alot from each other
The hardest part for me was getting familiar with all the different departments that were affiliated with outside field workers who were responsible for completing certain task or projects and the different tools that needed to be ordered to complete the job.
The most enjoyable part of the work is when I was finally able to familiarize my self with all the outside jobs and materials needed to complete an assignment.
Service Engineer - For BB&T account (Former Employee) – Falls Church, VA – March 31, 2017
My day time working hours from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm. I had been received 32 assigned BB&T branches to oversees and to maintain. I worked hard and even took over time to finish necessary work to be done. I was not happy with my company because of tons of responsibilities that had been assigned to me. I have been worked with this company for 1 year because BB&T cut off the contract earlier with Emcor.
Maintenance/Facilities Electrician (Former Employee) – Fort Meade, MD – March 14, 2017
Start my day with confirming all tasks at hand and build a daily plan of action to confirm the most amount of work to be completed based on the severity of the jobs provided. Received training on systems that are out dated, enjoy working with a diverse team of different trades.
Real Estate Specialist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 12, 2017
I worked a lot of overtime in a new division. I enjoyed the worked and went back two additional times in the two years after I retired to help out.
I've been gone for some time now and management has changed. I no longer know the individuals in charge. The job I had was challenging and rewarding and I enjoyed my coworkers and immediate supervisor and her supervisor. I didn't have contact with anyone above those two levels.
Technician (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – March 3, 2017
Very bad work environment, terrible service manager. Newcomb was a great company until they sold it to Emcor. Good people left and new service manager is very condescending and arrogant. Not a good place to work. Glad I got out. Company is a mess!
mow, edge, head trim,blow off and spray 5/3 bank and frontier. great work enviroment, good management and great place to work at. hardest thing about the job is the heat and all the walking but im use to it
Night Custodian (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – January 9, 2017
Working with EMCOR was ok in its on way. I learned the proper mixing of cleaning products. Co-workers vey team oriented willing to work. Not enough time in a day to complete work assignments without rushing.
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – December 26, 2016
A typical day at work consist of receiving and processing work orders that are either received from incoming calls or an email box. All emergency work orders are called out to the appropriate parties. Do daily reports that are sent to management. Also are given direction once with projects and are able to fulfill the tasked without continuously asking questions.
Arriving early to leave early
Working in such a small department when we are busy could be overwhelming
Clerk/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Sutherland, NE – December 13, 2016
Great Temp Job. Project Manager is top notch. Work is the key, you do a great job, you will be invited back for other projects. Company is very customer conscious. The hours can be long, but its a project, there is a time framed expected for completion. The pay is good and has some great benefits.
Great pay, overtime, per dium
long hours, weather can make work environment unpleasent.
Great Company Great Benefits Great Career Starting Point
Maintenance Helper (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – December 2, 2016
Emcor was my first full time employer with benefits getting up early in the morning going to work at 18 years old really made me feel like an adult. A great learning experience because it helped me mature as a man with priorities responsibilty.
HVAC Technician (Former Employee) – Vermont – November 23, 2016
EMCOR / NEMSI out of Palmer MA Started out great promised the world but then there true colors comes out. Back stabbing is common place. Your back in high school again with the little clicks. Management is part of the clicks and doesn't back you up . Pay is great and safety is big on there minds as long as it doesn't interfere with getting the job done. If you go to work for them watch your back.
Service (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – November 19, 2016
You can't take someone from CT and work part time in Albany and get anywhere. She doesn't know the business up here and her management style is far from impressive. There are much better businesses to work for! If you are looking for rate work, non here! They over price jobs and the work is unsteady.
General Labor Maintenance (Current Employee) – Florence, NJ – September 23, 2016
My day starts at 5:00am; checking the upper and lower production floors/warehouse for any recycling gaylords that require urgency from the 3rd shift production (a total of 60 in the building; 40 cardboard, 15 bulk trash, 5 bottle). After clearing all work areas and properly disposing recycling material, this high volume process repeats itself. Also, any indoor/outdoor cosmetic repairs (furniture,fixtures, painting, holiday decorations, bathroom repairs,etc.) that require attention (through work orders or personal observation) are part of an average work day. I enjoy the fast-paced atmosphere and working with a dedicated self-motivated team. We get the job done.