Network Operations Center Technician (Former Employee) – Shiprock New Mexico – June 22, 2015
The people at NTUA were very helpful with questions that arose. The company takes good care of the employee with it's benefits. It has about 15 days of PTO and paid holidays. The only catch with the holidays is if you are scheduled for a holiday. Otherwise, you get overtime for that day you have to work while everyone else relaxes.
Need to be familiar with Ciena switches, if you aren't you'll receive training with it. Not many people deal with Ciena switches so you'll receive training.
We worked with Putty. It's a type of Telnet program. Need to be familiar with the OSI model.
The co-workers are knowledgeable and helpful.
Hardest day of work is trying to figure out who to call when things go bad. They don't go bad often, but you should memorize your clients phone numbers.
If you like a stable network this job is for you. If you like a more hectic unstable network then you might get bored.
Utility System Operator (Former Employee) – Fort Defiance, AZ – December 10, 2014
*Culture was good *Update on any faults on transmission/distribution *update on field personnel *Management was good at little supervision *Hardest part of the job was opening the gates in the winter *The most enjoyable was my co-workers
executive (Former Employee) – Navajo Nation – March 27, 2014
Days were good and bad still had to do the job . What i learn alot about electric,opreating. saftey always first. Co Worker was the best keeping each others safe at all times looking out for one another. Hardest times were getting called out for and outage at the middle of night or 3 in the morning. Enjoyable part was operating ,climing poles,restoring power to customers.
I like to learn new skills and they offered me the chance to do that
Certified Welder (Former Employee) – Fort Defiance, AZ – February 25, 2014
It was good to work there. They were willing to work with me. I enjoyed the travel and the incentives to train and learn new things that they offered employees The hardest part was being separated from my family.
benefits: travel, classes and training, possibility of promotion
being away from family for long periods, favortism
SAP Security Consultant (Current Employee) – Arizona – September 11, 2013
Many of the employees help each other out, and there is very little animosity in the workplace. It's a very positive space and very laid back.
For the most part, the moral is up, until the end of each quarter when pretty much everyone freaks out because they haven't met their quota yet. Once that starts happening, the stress and competition build.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – Fort Defiance, AZ – August 19, 2013
the job was constantly busy and kept me occupied. the work was not difficult for what I was doing, but still helped me gain more insight on what a professional business desk job felt like. The co workers were good at keeping updated on everything I needed to learn for my job tasks.
Secretary/Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Defiance, AZ – December 19, 2012
Coming in and drinking my coffee and just starting off by what I organized at the end of the other day in what to do. Learned different things each day it's hard to say, but I learned something new every day..! Co-workers were nice and helpful. The hardest part was just doing my job successful and keeping my mind clear and using good judgement. Just knowing that I did all my work and projects at a reasonable time and that I made it thru the day.