Pros: working from home, with a major o&g comp, income, training
Cons: no job security
My typical day was as follows: Point of Contact for specified customers of NW and SW Houston .
Listened to consumers daily; interpreted policies and requirements .
Used a laptop to document, update, and even inquire into accounts .
Resolved order issues, including scheduling of product delivery.
Maintained individual file for each consumer; follow-up – more... activity for every consumer .
Planned, organized, prioritized work independently . I communicated mainly with the sales rep who I assisted each day, in this position. And I communicated with staff of the distribution warehouse. The hardest part was not being to talk to my supervisor sometimes. Even thought the the supervisor wasn't in the same city that I worked, I still needed the contact.
Ordered, received, and distributed materials.
The most enjoyable part of this job was being able to make my own schedule for each day, according the customer's location and need. – less