Hard, yet rewarding, work
CLASS A COMBINATION ELECTRICIAN (Former Employee) – Pascagoula, MS – March 6, 2017
As a combination electrician working aboard naval vessels, one would never know which compartment he or she would work in. This fact keeps the work interesting, but many times frustrating. The job is grimy, hot (regardless of season), and sometimes hazardous. It's an exciting place to work! All of the foreman that I worked with treated me fairly, and with about as much respect as one expects in an industrial capacity. Like most industrial jobs, where the work is tiresome and heavy, attitudes can sometimes get a bit 'chippy', but after the day is done, most of us walked out on good terms. As an electrician working aboard a ship, the toughest part, for me, was the heat. The most enjoyable part was the variety of jobs I would find myself doing.
Very good insurance and retirement plan