Fast pace work efficent production, assmebly and testing communications equipment
Electronics Technician (Former Employee) – United States – May 10, 2013
10+ work hours a day, working as a team and individually with minimum supervision/managment to meet production deadlines, working along side different people at different locations. There wasnt a hard part to the job just attention to detail, the most enjoyable part was the job itself.
Contracted Project Manager-GE Healthcare (Current Employee) – Riviera Beach, FL – May 28, 2014
Responsible for managing equipment and software implementation, service projects, plan and execute projects on schedule and within budget. • Provide project management support to the DCS Field Service engagement team. • Lead the GE and customer project teams through the implementation process for various patient monitoring products. • Maintain customer satisfaction and help build strong customer relationships during the implementation process • Maintain a strong cross functional team with the internal departments
Desktop Support Technician Tier II (Former Employee) – Conus – October 1, 2013
A typical day at work involved upgrading anywhere from 30-100 computers, finding ticket resolutions while at the client's desk, and assisting the team leaders with any and all hardware fixes. I learned a lot about fixing various software issues, and implement full operating system wipes and rebuilds on a larger scale. My co-workers were always changing as we were all deployable assets to the company and moving frequently from site to site. Both the hardest part and the most enjoyable part of the job was adapting to the ever-changing work environment frequently relocating and supporting different aspects of the existing project.
Living expenses were reimbursed
No per diem, processing receipts was time consuming.
Senior Field Services Technician (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – February 22, 2013
The company was small when I was there but they were making strides in obtaining more contracts. The benefits were ok. The culture was laid back, yet professional. Job placement could have been a little better.