averaging 64 hours a week, lots of travelling, if you believe in Safety Protocols this isn't the job for you, you will be standing on the very top (NOT A STEP) of a ladder reaching overhead, so have a good sense of balance. Working 12+ hours then driving home. most of the time you will just walk into a work site and start working, you will only acknowledge the site staff when they ask you who you are and why are you are messing with their equipment.
you won't see the company much, feel like a contractor work like a slave.
benefits, travelling, work vehicle
lack of safety, heights, company likes to boast about accomplishments