Dispatcher (Current Employee), South Plainfield, NJ – March 9, 2014
Mobile Mini is a great company to work for I have learned a lot since I started working at Mobile Mini like better customer service pride in what I do. i have learned management skills to help me further my career.
REGION MANAGER (Former Employee), WEst Coast – September 23, 2013
Pros: great people, pay and benifits.
There are a lot of great people at Mobile Mini. There is new executive leadership in place. There are a lot of changes currently taking place that will result in a stronger company in the future. It is an exciting time to be with the company.
All around Great to place to work. With great people to work with. Core Values!
Painter/Yard Person (Former Employee), South Plainfield, NJ – March 13, 2013
I learned a lot about myself and what I am capable of. From learning how to use welding and cutting tools. To assisting on small carpentry task. Flooring and painting. Light electrical. Light plumbing. I had a great support system in the management team with which I learned a lot from. A great cast of co-workers made the days fly by. I found out that – more... I am a welder at hear. – less
Lead Dispatch (Current Employee), Baltimore, MD – March 9, 2013
Pros: very nice co-workers
A typical day at Mobile Mini consists of managing the drivers and speaking with our National Sales Center and all customers who call in. I learn new stuff on a daily basis that helps me deal with new situations when they arise. Management is very helpful and friendly and are always there if we have questions. The co-workers are a lot like management – more... and are great people to be around outside of work. The hardest part and the most enjoyable part of my job go hand in hand. Changes happen on a daily basis because of the nature of the industry, but I also like that because I enjoy the challenge that comes with finding a way to fix the problem right away. – less
Truck driver, Safety coordinator, Salesman (Former Employee), El Paso, TX – November 29, 2012
Pros: made good money time with my family
Cons: had people who were not trained to run or dispatch at times
Most time it was a good work day like get up and go be at work.I larned a lot outside as well as in side.As far as management some were over powering and not openin minded.Co-workers were like family to me.Driveing was the best part of the job moving in to the office was the heardest to do was somthing new to me.the trucks and being good at it was the – more... best to me when cust would ask for del or pick and they wounld ask for me by name that was nice and felt good as well.Mobile Mini was one of the best work places i have ever worked at good and bad times – less
Growing company with many diverse members but need to learn communication skills.
Accounts Payable Manager (Current Employee), Tempe, AZ – October 29, 2012
Pros: flexible work hours if you need time for family.
Cons: very demanding with limited staff.
A typical day is very busy assisting 9 staff members in the AP department and 240 Branch Manager and Office Managers accross the country. Many e-mails per day demanding 24 hour response. Vendors calling and demanding payment and branch members wondering why we haven't paid. My immidiate co-workers are great couldn't ask for a better team. I have learned – more... it is very difficult to teach teams members that live all over the country. I also learned they complain you don't communicate to them and when you do they don't read your e-mail, so they are still unware of what has changed or what is going on. Is getting a vendor paid and helping operations. – less
Great environment to work, Team work and individual goals attainable
Sales Representative (Former Employee), Houston, TX – September 20, 2012
Pros: best and most secure storage containers in the business
Cons: inventory issues
A Typical day at work would be calling current customers to see any new projects coming to town. If they are setting up all needs for storage and office buidings while on construction site. After calling curent base , continued calling new clients, or cold calling business to business. What I learned is to maintain organization skills with current customers – more... and following up to make sure all needs were met and asking for referrals for upcoming projects. Management was always there to help and assist in any form or fashion. My co-workers were also heelpful in new clients coming to town and team work on several project sites made everyone wanting to use us instead of our competition. The hardest part of the job was telling a customer we were out of the current inventory or could not get it out when they wanted due to a back log of deliveries and they would then go to the competition. Most important part of the job was staying in tune and on top of upcoming projects all at once and getting them what they needed in time ! Thats when planning ahead of time was needed, however some customers did not win the bids for a job till a day before they needed a product at the site ! – less
Dispatcher/Operations Manager (Former Employee), Tucson, AZ – August 4, 2012
Pros: there was good vibes with workers celerbrating birthdays and holidays
Cons: health care good
getting drivers out for delivers and maintence working / keep tabs on inventory and daily dispaching and customer service and corsponding with sales rep and branch mgr. i learned alot of reponsialbiltys and customer service is no. 1 . i had great relations with all coworkers, keeping sales reps to leave the drivers alone and respone to me for all operations, – more... the most enjoyable part of my job was trust of my coworkers and some management and i liked my job taking care of our customers. – less
Sales Manager (Former Employee), Indianapolis, IN – April 19, 2012
Pros: fun, aggressive sales, leadership, overall great
Cons: leaving to come back to kentucky, sometimes worked long hours
I LOVED my job at Mobile Mini. I was the top sales rep of 2007 and was showered with awards at our annual sales meeting in Las Vegas in Feb of 2008. I helped open that branch and started out as the office manager. I set up all our accounts with vendors and set our office up and then hired an office manager and went into sales. I had trained all the – more... sales team and still maintain a wonderful relationship with every single person I worked with there. – less