Officer Mover (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – February 23, 2018
Project managers, supervisors easy to get along with. Mature staff who treat you fairly as most of the workers are seasoned and know what to do and don't stand over you as they have faith you know what you're doing. JK provides all the necessary equipment to complete the task and everyone pitches in. Very good team effort and support.
We get the job done and have fun doing it!
HAving to drive your car to the various work sites. Must pay out of pocket for parking.
Customer Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – January 13, 2018
I was a move consultant and customer service representative for this companies National Accounts as well as Government and Military families in the Washington DC area. My responsibilities included on-site surveys and relocation of household goods.
This family owned business took a personal interest in it's employees
The family members were first in line for promotions/advancements.
Move supervisor (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – January 3, 2018
the hours can be long and the company doesn't give lunch breaks like what some people are use too, but overall not a bad place to work. the winter hours can be a bit disheartening from 40 plus a week down to maybe 20 hours.
Moving Helper (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – October 10, 2017
The typical day starts by waking up early to get dispatched along with groups at 630am to arrive at the clients house at 8am. Once there, everyone packs and wraps every item in the house to load it into the truck, once done, the paperwork is handled by the team leader and then everyone heads back to the office. There was a learning curve on how to carry items, pack items, and wrap items. Conserving energy was definitely ideal. The hardest part of the job is when the house to be moved has many items and it stretches the day out. The most enjoyable part is getting to know the team and working well with them.