pipping foreman (Former Employee) – White Castle, LA – November 17, 2016
fitting pipe,supervising crews,fixing issues.I learned the ability to solve major issues, run crews of 10 to 150 people,my coworkers were very good.management was great. very long hours shifts 14 to 16 hr shifts 7 days a week for monthes. and always out of state. the exsperiance, meeting new people learning new skills on the job
If your not a temp it's the best job, if your a temp= low pay, bad looks. Full time is amazing, wish I could be full time! I've worked here my whole life on and off several times, I can't do the 90days because the pay, but I'm still shooting and praying that I can get full time! MEI is an amazing place to work, if u want the hours and amazing coworkers got to CKD! I loved it and i know u will too!!
Extended Boom/Flat Mask Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – White Castle, LA – August 19, 2016
I worked on the Agrium project with this company and the management is professional. The owner of the company was working in the field with us everyday. Safety of their employees is their number one concern. It's a very friendly/family feel when on the job, Best company I have worked for by far!
Professional, Organized, Safe, 45 minutes to 1 hour lunch breaks, Couple of 15 minute breaks
Millwright Welder (Former Employee) – Meridian, MS – January 16, 2017
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Over all a safe work place . Safety is what we the workers make it Learned how to manage people to get job done safely . How to communicate with workers to get job done safely . Being nice to workers and treating them with respect will get you respect
From time to time would have free lunch as a safety bonus
I built and assembled 2 -3 door electrical cabinets, drilled and tapped every hole by myself. Personally wired the entirety of the corresponding panel, which included numerous PLC in and outputs, contactors, a wide variety of control relays, fuse holders, 3 phase transformers ect. I also learned to a professional level plastic welding, using materials such as polypropylene and PVC. I also was sent on the road to install 5 lines, each in a different state. The largest one sent to Santa Clara, CA where I reside for 3 months, the longest work week being 81 hours.
A lot of travel with expenses paid as well as friendly peers
Enjoyable workplace with a forward-thinking technology company.
Americas Gaming Sales Director (Former Employee) – West Chester, PA – October 12, 2015
I had the opportunity to not only work wit a very strong and intelligent Manager but develop a productive and open relationship with the CEO in an environment without offices. MEI has been acquired by Crane.
I held the position of technical support representative and moved up the ladder to sr. tech support rep. and phone room supervision.
I also wrote several training manuals used at the corporate offices and in stores across the country to train our computer technicians and help desk teams.
A typical day my be handling 20 or 25 tech support calls. Logging calls in the database was, of course, part of the job. We had an extensive database of problems and resolutions.
Sr. techs, like me, spent time researching or recreating problems and finding solutions for those, then posting those solutions in the database for future reference. I have strong troubleshooting and problem solving skills, so this aspect of the job was particularly appealing to me.
interesting, though-provoking work.
At a desk the whole day, but, that's just part of the job.
Project Superintendent (Current Employee) – Atlanta Ga – June 17, 2015
Great place to work, normal hours 6 am to 2:30 pm. learned a lot about dealing with owners and property managers .All the office and field personnel are friendly and great to be around. project schedules can be tough sometimes.
stable company, great people, rewarded for your ability