1st class stationary engineer (Current Employee) – Golden, CO – October 23, 2017
My typical day starts with Passover of information from the shift I'm relieving. We take over the operation of the boilers and generators. Start rounds on all equipment to ensure safety and reliability, trading control room operation and floor operator ever 3 hours, over our 12 hour shift. Over the years I have learned to trouble shoot equipment ,make adjustments to increase efficiency and overhaul our plant equipment. The hardest part of working here is our rotating shift 4 12 hour days 4 days off then 4 12 hour nights 4days off . I enjoy being able to both run the control room and do a repair or an overhaul , the verity is what keeps this job interesting .
I began as Exec. Secretary to the Sr. VP of Finance, transferred to the Business Development group and after completing the Art Institute of Houston's 1 year Diploma Graphic Design course was promoted to the position of Marketing Coordinator.
The company did many in-house computer training courses as the computer software programs were introduced. I began with the Wang, transferring data to the Mac to convert it into PC mode. (Wang documents could not be read on the PC, hence the conversion process.)
As part of compiling PowerPoint presentations, I learned Graphics software to produce line drawings from the Engineers as part of their presentations for new Power Plant Construction projects.
After completing the Graphics Design course I then generated print-ready materials to go straight to print without incurring additional costs for layout or color corrections.
Training and improving skill sets were encouraged at every level.
ACCOUNTING CLERK III (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 4, 2017
No micromanaging. You had your plants to process for and the trust level from my manager of you doing your job and meeting all deadlines was amazing. I worked with most women and that can be very challenging but we made it work. The company was fair and a great company to work for. The benefits were awesome.
Power Plant Technician (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – December 22, 2016
It’s interesting to observe the lake of knowledge that management has for the areas they are in charge of. You don’t get rewarded for your performance but get punished for others bad performances. This year they took away our Christmas bonus because others in the Co didn’t do so well.
Associate (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – November 29, 2016
Those in Management positions treat good employees horribly and those employees that do nothing get promotions and raises. They grossly underpay employees that have been there for awhile and want them to do the work that 2-3 people previously did. I've never seen upper mgmt who profess Christianity so much but are the devil behind closed doors. HR team is not be trusted. Too many shady happenings on their watch.
Engineer Project Manager (Former Employee) – Paris – June 1, 2016
I was in of the management of projects on a dashboard development level to optimise equipment management (need identification, specification report, development monitoring). My typical day was to liaise all the people involved in the project to gather datas. I really enjoyed the social side of the job. I strongly improved my management skills.
Fashion Director (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 29, 2015
I enjoy the opportunity to work with such influential and hard working people. Mostly I enjoy being able to assist on set with well known photographers and models. I am a very driven person and it shows through my work at EngieStyle as well as my freelance work.
ASESOR DE SERVICIO (Former Employee) – TODO VA RFELACIONADO CON SERVICIO DE UNIDADES – July 31, 2014
Mala administracion de la empresa,pero a la ves es bueno cuando uno quiere aprender sobre el producto que se maneja. Ya que a mi la verdad aprendi cosas que jamas a via visto en experiencia de asesor ya llevo sobre 14 años en este medio.