Bartender/Server (Current Employee) – Simpsonville, SC – September 6, 2016
I relocated from New York to Greenville in November of 2015. I started working at The Station in December. I have met the most amazing people there. I love my job. The owner is very kind hearted and works well with his employees. Its a high energy job with many regular patrons.
Live music, specials, fundraisers and special events.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – ward – May 25, 2016
counselling a client for long hours, have learned importance of engagement and working as a team player amongst co-workers and the hardest part was how to satisfy everyone due to the demand and most enjoyable time was clients satisfaction
Kitchen Manager (Current Employee) – Belleville, WI – February 7, 2016
My typical day is 8am - 4pm most often later than that. I work in the kitchen so my main goal is to get lunch out every day. I get along with management, but my only problem is the store manager is the assistant managers mother. They often don't help out when needed. My co workers are great, but some of them are lazy and don't care making the job difficult to the people after them. It doesn't matter how many times you talk to them they still don't care and the company doesn't fire anyone. The hardest part of the job is going in every day and its the same thing as yesterday as far as being set up for success that is not what it is. I feel that I am set up for failure. There is not much team work here. The most enjoyable part of the job is the customers. We get a lot of regulars and they are great.
Tire, and Lube Supervisor (Former Employee) – Eddies 66 Geneva, Nebraska – August 12, 2015
Change tires, oil, and pump gas. The management was great , put me in charge of being supervisor within 1 month of start date. Hardest part of this job was remembering who could charge and who couldn't considering I was knew to the town. Meeting people was always a great challenge.
Gas Station Attendant (Former Employee) – LaPine, OR – April 23, 2012
This company taught me skills for life. Working as a team in a fast pace environment, and taking care of my customers is something that i believe every employer looks for in a future/present employee. During my time at the 76 Station I applied my social skills, my math skills and my ability to work as a team in a fast pace work place.
Head of Maintenance, Flying J's Gas (Former Employee) – Pasco, WA – February 28, 2013
. •Building, grounds and fuel pump maintenance. •Obtained CPR certificate. •End of month fuel pumps checks and submitted paperwork. •Took facility from 13th to 3rd in company’s maintenance ranking •Operated forklifts, reach trucks and stock pickers •Breaking down and setting up meeting halls and general convention area
manager (Former Employee) – West Alton MO – February 17, 2012
I was the manager of the station so it had up and downs. I liked to interact with the daily customers. When i started they company didn't even no what they made a bottle of soda. I wwent through and started from bottom to top pricing correctly and making them a lot more money.