Recruiter / Coordinator (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – December 5, 2017
PTS good company to work for enjoyed my time there. Forming relationships with workers and clients. The position challenged me and working under pressure it showed me it can be done. Cons communication with management
Not for a family person. Not for someone overweight, the sleepers in the vans are not accommodating. Good job for some, not f or others. Certain leadership exist only due to the lack of warm bodies. Be real sure this is what you want to do.
A chance to travel.
Sleeping conditions on transport vehicles, not much time at home for family.
Receiving Associate (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IN – May 28, 2017
I sat at a computer all day logging in cell phones, ipads and ipods. The co workers were great to get along with, as well as the managers and supervisors. The job was not hard. The company was shut down and left all of us on lay off-no return status.
TECH/INSTALLER (Former Employee) – Livermore, CA – March 21, 2017
A lot of driving from home to location. Normally woke up around 3am or earlier to leave my home to drive 3+ hours to jobs & worked 8 hours to drive 4+ hours home. Received many certs while at PTS, live other security systems & camera setups
Worker (Current Employee) – Suffolk, VA – November 14, 2016
launch and recovery of aircraft lead a team to safe and productive days work learned how to work with differnt people daily hardest part of the job was being away from famiy best part about the job is getting to travel and see the world
Production (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IN – October 6, 2015
I have been with this company for going on 9 years now. I learned many different jobs like refurbishment, pick, pack,ship & ect. To me none of the jobs are hard to do as long as you have a open mind and willing to try and learned new thing. Which I am all ways open to learn more new things.I like to ask a lot a question when I am don't know or understand some thing.
I don't agree with the company closing the plant down.
A typical day at work would start pretty much like any other Wind Farm Project. We would talk about safety and any close calls if any occurred. Sign in as being on site, for safety. Talk to site manager and get our assignment for the day.