Special Hazards Technician (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – April 6, 2017
If you work in Indy, the corporate branch, it's a great company. The branch levels stink. They do things their own way, and the management is more of a club environment. You rarely see anyone from corporate come to the branches, and they rarely address your issues.
Good pay and overtime.
If you're not in 'the clique', they set you up to fail.
This company was a very fast pace and had many emergency situations where I learned how to handle those type of environments. The hardest part of my day was not having a lot of down time but, I quickly learned how to excel in time management.
Fire protection specialist (Current Employee) – south bend indiana – September 27, 2014
View what has been scheduled for that day by managment. How to think on my toes and roll with the punches. Co-workers are great helping hand anytime it was needed. Management The most enjoyable part is the customers.
constantly on the go time flys by.
management pushes as hard as possible and wants to keep going even tho the 8 hour work day is over
Key Account Manager (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – April 3, 2014
• Job description was Territory Account Manager from 10/2000 – 1/2005 2005 I was promoted to Key Account Manager with responsibility to maintain a sales goal of over 1.5 million dollars in sales volume with accounts with over 250 employees. • 2001 Quota Buster Award • Salesman of the year - 2005 • Account Manager Special Recognition Award – 2007 • Circle of Excellence Club Member – 2005, 2007, 2012 • Presently maintaining a territory goal of $1.2 M • Achieved Presidents Club Award 2/2014
Monitoring Administrator (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 22, 2012
A typical would start off answering emails and scheduling work for the technicians for the day and week. I worked directly with the technicians (pulling parts, printing work orders and creating additional paperwork). Not only did I learn about the fire and security business, but I learned how to work in a team atmosphere. The hardest part of the job was prioritizing work and projects because they were all important and needed. I had to learn to multitask to the fullest in order to get them accomplished. Some days I had to stay over to make sure a job was completed or figure out a billing issue with a customer on the phone. The most enjoyable part of the day was when my desk was cleared or my goals I set for my self was completed.
i was able to work alone with miminal supervision.