If you like the outdoors in all weather this is for you
Automated Meter Technician (Former Employee) – Davenport, IA – June 5, 2017
the job was repetitive and you are outside most times. the training is first rate and the management are the friendliest bunch around-provided you meet goals which arent that hard to achieve. Travel is frequently required
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – February 18, 2017
I was in charge of stocking a fleet of trucks for the employees so that they can start their day. I will pull out an inventory list of products that needed to be stocked. I learned to come up with different strategies and ideas that can make our job more efficient. As a lead manager I had to deal with different personalities but never the less I was able to get across to them what needed to get done. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to meet deadlines which makes the company more successful.
Being able to complete the tasks which were given.
Logistics / document control specialist (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – February 13, 2017
Decent company to work for. Fun co workers. Job tends to be a little bit boring at times. The biggest problem with the company is there is no room to move up unless someone quits or retires. They promise you raises but fail to follow through with them, time after time. They laid off two employees who worked extremely hard for the company and honestly didn't deserve it. Management is good for the most part. Starting pay is decent but like earlier states no raises or room to grow.
easy, laid back work, not much overtime, plenty of tiem for the family
No raises, no promotions, possibility to be fired without warning or logical reason
Inventory Manager (Former Employee) – Davenport, IA – February 9, 2017
Management was not selected by performance or leadership. You had to know someone to move up the ladder. Poor pay for bad weather conditions. Sub contractor with high turnover due to low wage and job conditions
Warehouse Manager, Day Lead (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – January 30, 2016
Pay is decent but the personnel growth potential is not there and the advancement in the company is almost non existent. The hours are decent, the direct managers are very knowledgeable and easy to work with.
Field Service Rep (Former Employee) – Cuyahoga Heights, OH – December 9, 2015
Overall working for Clear Water Reads was great. On a day to day basis i would drive the company truck provided to me to go to houses and change their water meters. The warehouse was well put together and would have in stock everything that was needed to complete the job and more. I not only got to travel to places that i have never been but also had the pleasure of meeting some very nice people. Hardest part about the job was dealing with the elements as i had to not only drive but also work in pretty much any condition rain sleet and snow. The most enjoyable part by far was meeting new people, hearing their stories, and seeing how others live their life.
Field Service Representative (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – June 28, 2015
the job was very hands on from beginning to end a lot of labor work, I had to drive to appointments about 13 to 16 jobs a day an a 8 hour day not enough but it needed to b done average person can do that plus driving time its 8 to 10. a lot of paper work required and must b completed correctly. changing water meter seem simple but it needs to b read correctly if the information is not enter correctly customers water bill would b inaccurate and it would cause a lot of bad amount statements. I work alone only help I had if needed call supervisor on the floor. most difficult part of the job was the driving time they are never close usually 20 to 40 min away. I enjoy meeting people and educate them on what I did and how does it work