Field Support Coordinator (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – December 17, 2014
I worked at ServiceMaster for 16 years. It was a nice place to work. The people were great and I learned a lot. I was able to work in several department and grow within the company. I worked in sales and operations. I've done it all from selling franchises to auditing businesses and supporting company owned locations. I will miss my co-workers, franchisees – more... and branch managers. The hardest part of my job was accepting the position elimination but I don't regret the friendships and support I've received during my tenure there. I'm well prepared for a new company and new challenges. Thank you ServiceMaster! – less
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Sacramento,CA – November 20, 2014
Pros: positive co-workers
Cons: skip lunch break
I learned so much from my previous job. It allowed me to apply what I learned from college. It help me to expand my knowledge as far as dealing with customers and employees. I was working as administrative assistant in janitorial company and often times customers would call to file a complaint about the cleaning service. I learned a great deal how to – more... communicate with customers and provide solutions in a timely matter. I also acquired skills how to successfully relate customers complaint to employees to accomplish the job at hand. The hardest part of job is to make sure to take a break when it is due. The most enjoyable part of the job is when customers call and say thank you for the job rendered. – less
Sales & Carpet Technician (Former Employee), Portland, Or – November 20, 2014
Pros: driving to different loactions
Cons: long days
Always working at a new location. Fun but busy. Management goes out of there way to help you. The toughest part is the heavy equipment . the best part of working for servicemaster is how friendly everyone is.
The job that helped me realize what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.
On-Lo Cleaning Crew Member (Former Employee), Moorhead, MN – November 19, 2014
Pros: i like to clean and organize. i also like to help people get their lives back.
Cons: some were not a very good perticipants
My primary function was of damage restoration and damage clean up. I was able to complete water damage jobs and sewer back up jobs. I was also good at fire damage and soot related cleaning. We would travel up to two hours away, depending on the job that needed to be done.
Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee), Idaho Falls, ID – November 11, 2014
There was not ever a "typical" week. In the restoration business everyday there was always something new. Loved all of my co-workers. There was a great team effort by everyone at one time. I learned a lot about the secretarial side of the business, learned quick books and how to enter accounts receivables. The hardest part of the job was when I was – more... unexpectedly laid off. – less
Branch Manager (Current Employee), Lawrenceville, GA – October 26, 2014
Responsible for overall management of assigned branch operation including the selection, training and hiring of employees, maintenance of budget, sales, marketing, customer relations, service delivery, and accounts receivable functions.
Construction Worker (Current Employee), Raleigh, NC – October 13, 2014
Pros: free lunch good work enviroment
Cons: not knowing if we will work everyday
I arrive on time ready to work, i do what ever needs to be done. I've learned how to hang installation,take down dry wall and hang and plaster it and prime the dry wall. How to take up tile and take out cabinets, how to take out all the burned wood and soiled carpet after a flood.The boss and co-workers are friendly and helpful.The hardest part is not – more... knowing if we will have a job to do,if not i cant work.Learning is the most enjoyable part and helpping others in their time of need – less