Jr. Account Manager (Former Employee), Falls Church, VA – February 18, 2013
Great benefits and enjoyable work. • Troubleshot computer problems for clients, mainly government agencies. • Worked with local service techs assisting them in repair of issues • Determined necessary parts and shipped to on site tech. • Coordinated service effort by optimizing the repair time.
Network Engineer (Former Employee), East Greenbush, NY – July 28, 2014
Cons: road warrior
Its a hit the ground running environment. If you don't have experience this is a place to sink or swim. You will gain a lot of experience in a short time with the variety of clients and businesses they service. Hardest thing was driving from Hudson to Ballston Spa constantly. Most enjoyable was the clients, lots of nice people.
Maintenance Supervisor (Current Employee), Raeford, NC – April 1, 2014
Pros: good personel
Cons: pay rate and benefits
Lay out job assignments, see what jobs were not completed from the off-shift, and if any machinery down. Communicate with management team to see if they have any concerns with machinery. Communicate with vendor's and contractor's. Audit employee's time. Oversee the jobs in progress.
afk operator (Former Employee), Cordova, NC – September 5, 2012
Pros: good pay
Cons: short breaks
I would start out by doing a quality check on my machines and make sure everything is running A quality yarn, then would start putting up my ends and patroling my job. I liked all my co-workers. supervisers were ok for the most part. The hardest part of job was when the machines ran bad. the most enjoyable part of my job was quitting time.
Pros: great pay, good benefits. you are definitely busy all day!
Cons: two and a half hours each day driving to and from job site.
The day starts at 5:00 a.m. and ends at 6:00 p.m. We work Monday thru Thursday. I am the Lead Designer for our Design drafting department, managing up to two contract drafters. We do plant maintenance – more... drawings for the Advanced Mixed Waste Treatment Facility. Drawings are both electrical and mechanical in nature, so it has some diversity. I truly love the work I do. The project is winding down, hence the reason I am putting out feelers now. It is scheduled to be completed by 2015, however, there is a possibility the facility may continue as a key facility for the Department of Energy. The hardest part of my job is the grueling commute: Two and a half hours every day gets old. My favorite part of the job is getting a project completed within the schedule, and my customers (engineers) are pleased with my results. – less
IT Technician (Former Employee), Miami, FL – July 14, 2012
Every time we would come in we would go over work we needed to get done. We'd plan things out and then knock them out and move on to the next job. I learned a ton about management, people, IT and business – more... in general. My co-workers were fantastic and they helped me grow as a person a lot. The hardest part of my job came at the end when the management and ownership changed hands ...things went down hill quick. The most enjoyable part of the job was working on tasks together with co-workers, we'd have a lot of fun and learn a lot as well. – less