General Superintendent Command Center Operations (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 30, 2017
Is an excellent place for all skill levels. A place you can learn everyday if choose to. Excellent benefits and stable. An organization that never closes and runs their core business 24 hours a day -- simply fascinating
Station Agent (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 1, 2016
A typical day is the request of travel information and how many trips needed to travel to and fro. I've learned a lot about patience and that New York is a true melting pot. Management can use some emotional intelligence when it comes to the mental and emotional state of its staff. Co-workers are a cordial when it comes to work ethics. The hardest part of the job is the verbal and emotional abuse sustain from customers and management.The most enjoyable part about the job was meeting new people from all cultural backgrounds.
very productive, consistant with raises, they have a lot of work hours available.
Transit Electrical Apprentice (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 7, 2016
clock in sweep and mop floors. Go to early morning meeting, discuss the rule of the day and things to do later with boss. After office work go to lunch and prepare to do work. Get onto the field clean maintenance and flag. Come back to work location to mop and prepare to leave.
Great title to have if you're busy with other things in your life.
Traffic Checker (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 6, 2016
Being a Traffic Checker, you can either stay part-time, or move on to full-time work. If you're in school, or have a second job, they'll work with you if you're up front about it. The pay is great especially if you're coming from working part-time in retail. Some of the hours are long, but who complains about making too much money?
Free bus/subway fare, benefits after 90 days
You may end up working outside in the rain or snow
the company was so large that management procedures were very complicated
Quality Assurance Engineer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 5, 2016
At transit , i was in charge of preparing template checklists for the other auditors that were performing field audits and responding questions and collecting information from auditees that were under my daily work day. Additionally, I was providing technical advice to employees in other departments in the use of the Construcware program for managing projects in construction and design phases and codes for inspections of on going projects such as ASTM, Structural Welding Codes, ASME IV; and compliance with Management Procedures and Design Guidelines.
These latest activities I was providing before became par of the Quality Department , during , my participation in management of projects in design and construction in the areas of Structures and Subway Stations Rehabilitation.
Fast and on time completion of assignments regardless of additional duties requiredby the management
Very seldom late arrivals to work, due to long commuting (PA to NY)
Structure Supervisior (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 21, 2016
This job has giving me the security in life that many people strive for. Your not gonna get rich in life here but it will give you that sense of security, not while employed there but when you are retired. There is a lot of promotional advantages working for this company and I took a chance on becoming a supervisor and used the skills I knew before taking the position to try and be the best I can be at this position.