Material Control and Accounting Specialist (92A) (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – August 11, 2012
I drilled every other weekend. The job that I did was (92A) Material Control and Accounting Specialist. I would log matierials in that were purchased by military personnel and do inventory on a motor vechicles. We did PT, did training exercises, mock exercises, and practice drills. The hardest part of the job was to keep fit, especially if you were out of shape. The most enjoyable part was meeting people and maintaing a friendship. You also learned a skill that you could use if you were to get out of the military.
Human Resources Specialist (Former Employee) – Gainesville, GA – October 21, 2015
The Army was an essential piece of my maturing as a working adult. Without the knowledge, experience, and discipline I learned while in the military, I would not have been able to lead in the civilian sector of business.
NCOIC (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 19, 2015
Enlisted started as a E-1 and went thru ranks to E-7 during my time. See skills for more info. Excellent doctors, medical presonal and speciality people working together. Helping all patients coming in for care.
Hard work, long hours, intense training, dangerous work enviroments
Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Cape Girardeau, MO – October 13, 2015
0500 start of day with physical training (pt) 0800 fed showered and ready for formation to be told what your daily duties will be. End of day is determined on how well and fast you completely your daily task. Ability to work as one or a team with little to know direction. Show leadership skills while training younger enlisted soldiers. Ability to multi task.
o Conducted inspections on diesel equipment and engines to determine condition o Maintained and managed preventative maintenance checks, services, general repairs, and driver write-ups o Replaced parts as and when needed
Petroleum Supply Specialist (Current Employee) – Kansas City, KS – September 23, 2015
Start pumps and open valves or use automated equipment to regulate the flow of oil in pipelines and into and out of tanks. • Control or operate manifold and pumping systems to circulate liquids through a petroleum refinery. • Operate control panels to coordinate and regulate process variables such as temperature and pressure, and to direct product flow rate, according to process schedules. ▪ Verify that incoming and outgoing products are moving through the correct meters, and that meters are working properly.