Expeditor (Current Employee), Houston, TX – December 1, 2013
I arrive at 6:15 am. Run daily reports. Attend 6:45 meeting and use those notes to plan out the rest of the day. Talk to leads and managment about meterial and order, find or remake/scrap material. Review my shortage report and contact buyers by phone, email or face to face visits. Follow up on the status of ordered material for that day. Release and – more... schdule projects in Oracel and Excel. Order stock manufacturing materials from inventory control. Run my stock issueing program. Time to go home 5:00 – less
Its a great Co. to work for, good owner and management.
Electrician (Former Employee), Beaufort, SC – May 9, 2013
Pros: fair pay and some over time + benifits
Cons: not really
This is a company with great managing skill and very qualified electricians. People were great to work for. Steady work is great! co workers were fun to work with. Every electrician digs a ditch once in a while.
Medium Voltage Assembly (Former Employee), Houston, TX – January 12, 2013
Pros: long break and lunch was cooked on site.
Cons: worked on sunday
This was a good job in my opinion. Nice People, good pay, and excellent hours. My managers name was Danny Sturma. He was a good guy. Never had to get on me about anything. The hardest part of the job was probably waking up at 3 a.m. My co-workers we nice people also. I would have stayed, but I left the city due to damage to my apartment after Hurricane – more... Ike. I'm from Memphis, TN. This is my first time back in the City since Hurricane Ike. So, I would be greatly appreciated if I was hired. – less
Spot welder and mig welder (Former Employee), Houston, TX – June 23, 2012
Pros: able to learn and move up
Cons: takes up your day and life
A typical day at work is always busy here, we come in and from right when we come in you start working and do not stop until break or lunch or when its time to go. I learned how to mig weld and spot weld from this job and how to read weld prints. The hardest part of the job is just putting up with slack that we or i would have to pick up.
Great place to work, just needed a few more good people to complete the work.
Electrical Foreman (Former Employee), Anderson, SC – May 1, 2012
Pros: great atmosphere and nice plant to work in.
Cons: i had to work through lunch several times, and didn't have insurance.
The hardest part of my job was having to go behind other people and do the job they were paid to do. I learned a lot from my boss. He taught me how do things i already knew how to do, but differently and more efficiently.
Medium Voltage Worker (Former Employee), Houston, TX – April 12, 2012
Pros: good lunches, great benefits
Cons: not enough outside personal time
A typical day was always busy and business as usual,I learned new things about tools,harnesses,and steel doors with confusing wiring.Management was always understandind especially when it came to personal things,also my co-workers were helpful in my advancement.The hardest part was moving the big steel doors outside and the most enjoyable part was conversing – more... and working wiht my co-workers. – less