I always gave a hundred percent or more to my job each day and feel like I have accomplished a job well done.
Pros: each day challenges me to do better than before.
Cons: dealing with people who do not want to file the proper paperwork to receive item they need.
A typical day at work is for eleven days I work a 12-hour creating work orders for items needed to fix equipment either from the field, shop, or on other locations as needed, make third party work orders and closing all work orders when job is completed. I've learned more how to deal with people who are in a hurry and explain why we need the paperwork a certain way. Management is good to a point. They seem to have a lot of change over in the upper management so getting use to some one different is a challenge. My co-workers are enjoyable to work with. My hardest part of the job is dealing with the Fleet Manger for permits. All I do is ask for them and that puts me in the middle of what the operate needs at that point and how long it takes to receive permits needed from the Fleet Manager. The most enjoyable part of my job is meeting new people and knowing I accomplished a my work task in a timely manner.