Lead Technician (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 5, 2018
Young company... no clue what they’re doing... zero support.. I learned my lesson I would NOT recommend this company they lose accounts just as fast as they get them Benefits are horrible and VERY expensive
I'm going to have to disagree with you - Accounts rarely change or Transition.
While I'm sorry you had a bad experience at your location, and that your account is transitioning because our client had a merger - we've been working very hard to ensure all our affected technicians find the right career path at Amerit, our Client or elsewhere.
We successfully serve hundreds of locations nationally, with over 1800 hard working employees. While we always strive to improve our benefit plans, we consistently benchmark ourselves to the industry to ensure we offering a competitive package - we do. I invite you to email me if you have any further comments: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
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Trailer Technician- Mobile (Former Employee) – Londonderry, NH – September 26, 2018
A typical day consisted of driving 1 - 3 hours to a job site and inspecting equipment than repairing and /or servicing them.
I learned how to service and repair overhead doors
Management was poor and over demanding
The hardest part of the job was the lack of communication
The most enjoyable part of the job was that i worked alone
Mechanic (Current Employee) – Denton TX – September 25, 2018
Working in Denton doing oil and gas work is great! It is a roller-coaster of a ride sometimes at the end of the year, but if you work hard it all pays off. I like that my manager is always on the floor walking around, makes it better when I have a question. The Amerit management is better than the client on the site!!!
EGSA Generator Technician (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – August 28, 2018
The expectations of management were completely unreasonable. They are clueless of the scope of work they demand employees to perform. Bottom line is don't expect your supervisor to understand what your doing in the field.
Electronic Technician (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 23, 2018
Depending on what location and what job you're doing the work differs. Im an electronic tech and my typical day I start by writing JSA and work plans, and start my preventive maintenance on Frac pumps. And from Small issues to bigger issues that you need to trouble shoot. Sometimes things can be fast paced. Some places can be better than others.
Garage Support (Current Employee) – Covington, LA – August 15, 2018
Job can be lax or hectic. Biggest problem is the amount of time to do work isn't wide enough and the lack of overtime. Management wants you to do more work for less pay while minuscule pay raises each year are not enough to keep employees. Standards for new hires are high without the pay to supplement the experience required.
Slow and sometimes relaxed. Good for between jobs
Small to no year round raises, pay too low, company standards too high. No long term plan
Regional Spare Vehicle Specialist (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO 63103 – August 14, 2018
Amerit Fleet is a contract client to ATT. ATT affects, controls and affects the work environment. I quickly gained new experiences and was challenged. The management locally was excellent. Was allowed to grow and do what was needed to do my job.
Service Coordinator contracted to AT&T Fleet Ops (Former Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – July 25, 2018
Some days were hectic and some days were laid back, but I loved working in the garages. I learned more than I thought I would. The mechanics taught me things about the vehicles they worked on and my regional manager showed me the hows and whys of paperwork.
I loved my job and I loved interacting with the drivers, supervisors, vendors, and mechanics.
I never thought there was anything hard about my job. I was trained well, learned quickly, and enjoyed it until the day I was laid off.
Msc technician (Current Employee) – Texas – July 10, 2018
No team atmosphere. The spread sheets come down from the top and the right numbers must be in the right boxes even if you have to be shady to do it. Supposed to be paid hourley but your clock time will be pushed back and changed to your production hours. You cant work over 40 but dont quit the job you are working on, just clock out, and finish your job off the clock and put the time on tomorrow or next week. Not enough room on this site for the bs going on. Benifits are a joke. Health insurance is usless except for somthing major. No match on the 401k but they make you have one. Stay away from this company