Productive structured workplace with alot to do and learn.
Pros: benefits, healthcare, structure
Cons: long inspections periods, alot of time away from family, stressful, dramatized, alot of issues to deal with
Typical day at work included but was not limited to doing maintenance, standing watch on duty days, rebuilding equipment, working on damaged or troubled equipment, and making sure all spaced owned were cleaned, and supervising and training lesser ranked coworkers. I learned to do maintenance, stand an internal security watch, take logs, supervise, clean – more... spaces, and rebuild or build equipment. Management was okay, depending on the individual there were good and bad management personnel. Same for co-workers, some were good and productive and others caused a lot of issues and were not as productive or helpful. Hardest part of the job was inspections periods and going on deployment because it required a lot of time and work and was very stressful or tiring. Most enjoyable part of the job was going overseas and seeing new places of the world that I otherwise would have probably never seen. The job had good benefits, healthcare, and structure building but also came with a lot of stress, drama, and issues but a lot of jobs have that and it takes a grown person to properly deal with these issues so I learned and handled just fine. – less