Pros: benefits, being on (ert) emergency response team, ect
Cons: machines going down and sometimes waiting months for parts
A typical day is a lot of moving around filling machines with chemicals, and if a machine went down, we would have to wait until it was fixed and now because of this it may put you a little behind on time because now you are doing everything manually. But it wasn't nothing I couldn't manage.
The hardest part of the job was a machine going down and having to make adjustments on the job and now you have to do everything manually.
The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to come in everyday and work as a team and accomplish the task that was set out for that day.