It is hard to make a review because of the high hopes and expectations that I shouldn't have had for a production environment. Maintenance is run like a union but the business will close its door if the word 'union' is brought up. Pay for the individuals that have been there for 20 plus years is very substantial but with no real capability of completing any work that hasnt been acquired through repetition. For the new maintenance employees... expectations are met only with a good amount of suck up. No real experience necessary other than the oral capability of "Yes sir". Summation of maintenance would be comprised of one word..."geriatric". Dead end job with no explanation for itself, no training, no real leadership. But if you do intend to go through with a temporary career insure you fit one of the four categories, a worthless yes man, related to at least three other employees, and no determination.
Dont have the time nor the patience.