Maintenance Mechanic (Current Employee), Mountain View – March 13, 2013
Maintain and repair light and heavy vehicles and select armored vehicles. Supervised staff and performing maintenance and recovery operations of vehicles and associated items. Using hand and power tools as well as testing equipment service power plants, ignition cooling systems fuel systems, and suspensions systems. This includes wiring harness, starting, – more... and charging systems. Also performed inspection and preventive maintenance of vehicles and made reports to managements. Maintain records of job performed and training conducted for staff. – less
Manager/Supervisor/Mentor (Former Employee), Multiple – July 9, 2014
Pros: two hour lunch
Cons: deployed a lot
Being a Soldier is honorable, but it is also a hardship. The feeling of protecting something bigger than yourself is amazing. I hope to share my leadership, management, and organizational skills with my future career.
Security Specialist (Former Employee), Fairbanks Alaska and Kandahar Afghanistan – July 9, 2014
While serving in the United States Army, I was subjected to the harshest realities one can experience. My time spent in Afghanistan significantly changed me. It was not easy, but due to that, it was incredibly rewarding. It helped me grow and develop into a person I am proud to be. I worked with a very diverse group of young men, who were brave and – more... hardworking individuals. – less
Healthcare Professional (Former Employee), Augusta, GA – July 8, 2014
Great place to start or finish. Be determined to become a leader in this arena of life. If not, you will not want to succeed mentally. Times may get hard but you definitely will recap when times were harder. It's all in what you make it.
Team Leader Satellite Communication Network (Former Employee), Fort Huachuca, AZ – July 8, 2014
Pros: work various types of people from different backgrounds
Cons: deployments lasting over a year at a time
Supervision of 5-10 subordinates, responsible and accountable for their training, assigning task, scheduling and prioritizing task and ensuring task were completed in a timely fashion. I learned self-discipline, time management skills, how to set the correct example for my subordinates to follow, set high reachable goals for myself and my subordinates. – more... Also, how to communicate and get along with various people from all over the United States and other countries, and also to be self sufficient. The hardest part of the job was having to be away from my family for over year 3 times while in service. The most enjoyable part of my job was mentoring and training them to succeed and watch them surpass me. – less