this company is ful of nice people however the work i did was many long hours with no real reward. i did a very complicated project moving servers and internet feeds from one side of the complex to fhe other only to be let go the day after the project was completed.
Typical day consists of what trucks you have out on the yard that needs to be worked on, all trucks on the road that day and make sure everything is working correctly. Communicating with fleet dispatcher on future repairs and maintence.
Learned how to work through long strenuous hours without it effecting the job at hand. Come to learn on Cummins, Cat, International, Detroits, Paccars, Freightliner, Kenworth, WesternStar, Peterbilt, Mack, and Volvoes.
Work place was constantly busy. Down time consisted of working on regular vehicles. The crew was good but never would offer a helping hand due to the minimum hours they had in the shop.
Hardest part was really keeping up on paper work, out of town break downs, trying to contact every driver on a daily basis.
Most enjoyable would have to be working outside during the summer, garage cookouts on the grill, and always working on a new vehicle outside of the regular fleet.
Work outside during the summer and inside during the winter.