A good job if you don't mind selling your soul to them. Travel requirements for training is crazy! They don't tell you until you except the job, then they try to guilt you into 3 or more months a year away from home to learn all the machines they work on. Most Oce stuff has at least a 2 week training course attached to it, most are 3 weeks long. Not local training, this is live out of a hotel for weeks at a time. They will try to force you into getting all of the training completed at their pace not yours. They don't care if you have a life, its not a job its a life style! Good luck!
Good pay and benefits.
Poor management and HR, too much travel!