My day consists of employee assignments and scheduling daily work order projects. Planning contract labor projects and budgets. Parts procurement and long term planning.
I have learned to communicate between department heads to schedule appropriate repairs. I have become a good public speaker and have been successful in leading safety training.
My management skills are complimented in my awards received and the production of my team.
My co-workers are very skilled and intelligent. We have a cooperative working relationship and compiment each others schedules and accomplishments.
The hardest part of my job is the need to get equipment repaired for long term service and lower the mean time between failures. Managing the maintenance needs of two hundred plus employees and prioritizing those needs in an efficient mannor and staying within the yearly budget.
By far the employees and my coworkers are the best part of my job. We all work together well and some of them I have worked with for the twenty five years I have been here.
the daily challenges and the support i have received from management
our buisness culture is changing and its time for new oportunities and growth.
It was a decent place to work at. Most of the people there didn't mind working there at all. The hardest part of the job was probably working in the heat of the summer, with the heat and all. A typical day at work would start at six A.M. and end at two thirty in the afternoon.
I was allowed to start at 6am and close at 3pm to be able to pick up my son. I was the only consultant working with a fairly big IS Department composed of very smart developers. I was in charge of all the functional setups, configurations, issues resolution, requirements definition and documents, etc.
free lunch during testing periods. local project. telecommuted on fridays.