Field Service Representative (Former Employee) – Bingen, WA – October 9, 2014
FSRs do not make money while at home. There is not much opportunity for work when you are not deployed, and training is hard to get. Promotions do not come quickly unless you know someone. Deployment pay is not what it used to be, its hard to save up money for deployment leave on what you get paid.
Field Work is good, you are given plenty of room to do your job.
Field Service Representative (Former Employee) – Bingen, WA – February 18, 2019
The company is amazing and pays very well. They are very family and comfort orientated. They provide a lot of services to their employees to help your families while I was deployed. I only left due to personal reasons that no longer allowed me to deploy.
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FSRs are always deployed. Great money but hard to maintain a family life.
Field Service Representative (Deployed) (Current Employee) – contract based – August 18, 2017
I just like it very much. Nothing else to say. Culture is nice. I only have the navy as a comparison. Nice benefits. CEO and upper managers listen to everyone, for instance they brought back old benefits.