Prepare for a short orientation explaining the important things such as the paperwork requirements and a long work week (60+ hours typically). Expect to take your work home with you because there's no way to see your families while driving sometimes 100 miles per day and then get those notes done. Or if your supervisor requests, expect to make the office the first and last stop each day, even if it's about 20 miles out of your way. If your family is a no-show (or simply doesn't answer the door), you still have to make contact and get those units so if you're not an efficient scheduler, be prepared to give up your weekend. During the week, you're on call 24 hours, so keep that phone charged and handy because if it rings at 2 am with a crisis, you're out the door (after working from 8-8). If you're an achiever and manage to get those 90 units before Friday at 4pm, then if you work at the same office I did, expect a text from your supervisor assigning more units to you to "help out (your teammate) because she's low". Even if the reason (teammate) is low is because she blew off an afternoon to have drinks with the supervisor. If you don't answer the phone immediately at all hours of the morning, evening and night, expect to provide a detailed explanation of what you were doing. If you were with a family, too bad. Expect to use your personal phone as your work phone and change your greeting to one that reflects your job. I could go on and on. I stayed there to meet the requirements of my relocation package. As soon as I could get out, I did.
If you are efficient, you have a shot at managing your day.
Long work week, low pay, unrealistic expectations, no regard for personal life, favoritism