It's a secure job. The benefits used to be great but that has changed. It can be a fun place to work, lots of pot luck lunches and birthday cakes...and someone is always bringing donuts in to work at least twice a month or someone bakes deserts. We would all pitch in to pay for food and take turns to purchase it. The hours can be long but it's good money and it's advised to take it when you can because during the winter months, work tends to slow down, meaning little overtime. The co workers are great people like a family. When someone gets sick, we all try to donate to help. I really miss my co workers...facebook isn't the same.
Fun, food and laughter
Short breaks, no time for a personal life due to 12 hour days, health insurance and sometimes too much drama.
Reallayed enjoyed interactiong aith the Angolain peoples. Lots os sight seeing and culture interaccanges
Country Manager (Former Employee) – Central West Africa Angola – April 18, 2016
28 & 28 Day rotation Central West Africa , Great job lots of communications with customers on a daily basics. Learned how to deal with other cultures and country regulations on imports and exports. Managed locals in daily operations.
Work load is challenging which I liked but the lack of management accountability along with the Supervisory lack of accountability which affected the people morale. The innability of choosing the skilled people over the people that sucked up is preposterous.