Though lacking in pertinent info, job has been opportunity
Electronics Technician/Electrical Show Control (Current Employee) – Glendale, CA – May 29, 2016
A typical day is atypical: One never really knows what lies ahead. Work ranges from dirty, grueling, gritty physical work to sedentary bench (R&D/Production).
I learned some of WDI's (Disney's) tricks of the trade, and how best to apply myself to their expectation of quality.
I have no opinion to offer about WDI's management. As for Peak Technical, I am not inclined to say.
My co-workers at WDI are talented, creative, and highly skilled.
The hardest part of the job is making it through quieter days, less busy days.
What I find extremely enjoyable about the job is the variety of work I get to do, from electronics to electrical to electro-mechanical, working with animatronics and robotics. The job is very diverse and has it's challenges. I'm am grateful that this job is not mundane or too repetitious.
It's only a contract job -- and contracts don't last forever. :)