Material Handler (Former Employee) – Fort Bliss, TX – March 31, 2016
In these areas the company needs to be more proactive and offer the employees better benefits package in regulation with the federal installation, also have managers with a higher level of professionalism.
Entry Level Technician (Current Employee) – Mount Holly, NJ – June 25, 2015
The most enjoyable day at work is knowing that the customer came to you with a problem and you were able to fix it and possibly making that customer happy and returns often. With coworkers its honestly a hit or miss if you work with great employees. The management for STS is probably the best I have seen in a long time.
management is kind, coworkers are great, great first career job, 401k plan
Subsurface Engineer (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 1, 2016
• Manage multiple and concurrent, multi-faceted utility projects to insure deadlines are met • Deliver “in the field” expertise, training, and mentoring to direct reports throughout all project phases • Serve as single point of contact for multi-vendor support and interfacing • Provide collaboration and technical guidance to management on overall project planning and deliverables • Provide leadership to team while exceeding production goals by 120% on an annual basis • Provide ongoing collaboration on day to day operations to improve overall company goals
Great work enviroment, pushy managment, poor pay. Required to deal with tire tech pay will performing B tech tasks. Management is only concerned with selling no matter the effect on the customer or technician.
Good company to work for. They have good benefits and and friendl employees that are helpful.
System Administrator (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 16, 2015
A good company to work for. Very professional employees that are dedicated. The management team is very helpful in explaining benefits. Co-workers are knowledgeable. The parent company isn't local and sometimes documentation doesn't always get to employees in timely manner.
MASTER TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Schnecksville, PA – June 28, 2016
mavis discount tire bought sts while i worked there. they cut are overtime and changed are commission program so now i work twice as hard for half as much money. they push u to sell things customers don't want and their management of the company is horrible.
Installer/Technician (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 25, 2016
Measure a lay out room to physically install ceiling patient track. learned to operate a variety of tools. co-workers where always team oriented and easy to get along with. Being away from home for days or weeks really was a downfall. overall a great learning experience and lasting relationship whom all iv worked with.
Cross function / Six Sigma / Productive Team player
Director of Sales / Engineering Support (Former Employee) – Milpitas, CA – September 16, 2015
I like to be busy at work, learn new things which helps you a lot. working longer hours when needed it to achieve the goal. Working as team player because team player is biggest success of every business. Nothing is hard if you willing to learn.
Enjoyable part will be when company grows with my skills and save $$ with six sigma program.
Sheetmetal Mechanic (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 7, 2012
Typical day at work was to do job assignment, learned through many different tasks, Management was thoughtful,co-workers were knowledgeable, hardest part of job was being a contractor, most enjoyable part was many different types of aircraft
Crew Leader (Current Employee) – Detroit Lakes mn 56501 – September 10, 2015
I have learned new ways to deal with people. All felons was a change. I look foreword to years of work to get the possibility of changing lives people whom have no idea how to live as a non criminal person. Teaching skills is awesome to inmates when they want to learn.