I am writing this review for mechanics that needs to know what they are getting into. With 80 buses, 9 lots, 2 road mechanics and 3 shop mechanics, most of the time I only had 2 shop mechanics. The shop is an old warehouse, very cold in the winter and extremely hot in the summer. The mechanics there have very little knowledge on how to diagnose diesel engines or electrical issues. If you are looking for a place that will train you--find it elsewhere!! If you are a seasoned mechanic they will pay you peanuts and over work you. The Bridge run and SCDOT inspections are mandatory work days. If you apply and interview with an old guy, RUN! He paints a pretty picture, just make sure you get everything in writing on your offer letter. $18 an hr is the max I saw. Management here is to get the most out of you in return for a few extra peanuts. Just saying, think twice before you take a job here, it was the worse job I have ever had, so I moved on.
Over worked, under paid, poor management, no training