Pros: per diem
Cons: some supervisors trying to treat you like little kids
A typical day at work was either cleaning out tanks filled with sludge,from chemicals, and dealing with mpc's supervisors and dispatch, which some supervisors communication skills were terrible. Dispatch(morning shift) did not have a clue on whats going on or how to be a productive dispatcher.
At mpc I learned how environmental work was done.
Management at mpc was horrible because some of the managers wants to try to control your every move, even if someone came with a better idea and the rest of the crew wanted to try it. I have never seen a job where you have so many supervisors and everyone is salary except the ones thats going out in the field.
Co-workers were pleasant to work with majority of the time we all got along on different jobs.
The hardest part of the job was dealing with dispatch because they never went by seniority so that left me in the bull pen while new employees were working constantly.
The most enjoyable part of the job was going out of town.