Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New York – May 20, 2016
The services this companied offered and their multiple branch offices was great to discuss with prospective clients. They are branded primarily as a spill response company so consequently they are reactive and not proactive particularly with respect to sales and marketing.
They are very rigid in their communication protocol so very little is discussed between lower and upper level management. The corporate business development director and I met face-to-face only twice in the nearly 4 years I was with the company.
The opportunity to participate in various LEPC's was encouraged and did provide great brand awareness. As with many environmental and industrial services organizations, the project managers are expected to perform the business development tasks for the branch office.
Very myopic with respect to social media and modern marketing.
Great service line and span of coverage
Could not understand or appreciate my going back to school to obtain a degree
Site Safety Officer (Former Employee) – Roxboro, NC – December 3, 2015
I was provided all the resources and backing to achieve my goals in the field of safety oversight, teaching how to recognize an unsafe situation and promoting the safe attitude that is required at all employment sites.
Excellant management team for backing a field Safety officer
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – August 18, 2015
This was an efficient workplace where many different projects are successfully completed. The administrative group is very close and works well together. There is some stagnancy with the attitude from management, with not much room for creative change or growth. Overall a solid place to work, but a change of pace will be nice.
This company is a great place to work. I got to travel, learn something new every day, and never have the typical boring every day schedule that comes with most jobs. Working at hepaco isn't the easiest job in the world but it will offer some great skills to learn while on the job.
I enjoyed working for this company. It not only gave me a little more experience but I also learned some new things. My coworkers and boss were awesome and great people to work with. I enjoy everything about administrative work and took pride in everything I did there.
Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – December 11, 2013
I was able to get my 40 hour Hazwoper Certificate that was required by the company. Usually, construction jobs are limited in their working conditions due to inclement weather. But at this place, there's always work that can be done for you to earn your hours.
Field Technician (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – June 21, 2013
My typical day at work included digging trenches, building ATV trails, and maintaining an organized area. I learned many areas of a field technician such as building ATV trails and preparing large equipment for duty. The management was minimal, I only worked with one Project Manager which taught me a lot. My co-workers were easy to relate to and willing to help. The hardest part of the job was the weather. The most enjoyable part of the job was creating the very first part a possibly big project.
IT Lead (Current Employee) – Charlotte – March 1, 2013
The company is a great place to work, everyone is friendly, it's a nice atmosphere. There just isn't any room for growth. Management is wonderful, they allow you to do your job without the stress of someone watching over you.
Project Supervisor (Current Employee) – Albany, NY – October 28, 2012
Wonderful company and very safety oriented culture. Upper management cares who is here and what goes on day to day. Every office throughout the company runs very simular and makes working with each office a very easy transition. Hepaco is large enough to handle being on the largest of jobs, yet no job is too small for us to handle either.
travel to different parts of the country on different incidents
traveling can be long and time away from home has its challenges