Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – September 5, 2018
Everyone at this job is very kind, not to mention intelligent. I learned so many new tasks and skills because everyone here is so knowledgeable and quick to teach. I also thoroughly enjoyed working under all management, as they were straightforward and motivating.
Payroll Specialist (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – March 18, 2018
I wore many hats... Accounting, payroll, billing, etc. My manager would call me in his office every week telling me that I wasn't doing enough work. I did all accounting functions. We would spend at least an h
Entry Level Staff Engineer (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – January 4, 2015
Be careful before thinking about applying to this place as an engineer. All I did was go in here for an interview, but everything about the place was entirely too sketchy. My own interviewer said that he was desperate to either move up or leave the company, so he's looking to hire a replacement who's going to stay for longer than a year or two. I met the rest of their geotech crew in the soils lab: very depressed looking 20 year olds. There's no way that any of them had been working there for more than a couple of years. If you think I'm making too many assumptions about their employee turnover, just see how often they post the same entry-level Staff Engineer position on Craigslist. It takes about 3 months for their new guys to get disillusioned. The rest of the interview sounded like he was trying to sell ME the job. He also asked me about my marital status and how many kids I had which I answered honestly because private contractors tend to like single, unmarried guys with zero kids. He actually seemed disappointed and went onto a speech about how they're a family-oriented company and that more people should value their family and faith over their careers. I really don't know what to make of that other than it made me uncomfortable. And finally he told me about the pay, which was too early to mention it unless they're desperate to give it to anyone. They're offering an insulting $15/hour for this position. A private Geotechnical Engineering contractor in Southern California is offering a poverty-level salary for an engineer. Even if they had advertised it as a Soils Technicianmore... position (it isn't) then the average range is $25/hour in SoCal. I can see why this company has trouble with keeping engineers.less
QUALITY CONTROL INSPECTOR ELECTRICAL (Current Employee) – LAX – August 27, 2014
Working on a live or closed taxiway near a terminal is an exciting day, an airbus 380 going by gets your attention everytime. Working with lax construction inspectors is also rewarding as they are a diverse bunch of people from many lands and cultures and a lot of information about the world can be learned.The long hours involved can be a little daunting at times, but in the end when the project is completed becomes worthwhile,
Productive, Consciense, Quality Service, Close Knit Team even off time
Contract Admin & Direst Assist to the President, (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – June 12, 2012
Fast pase work enviorment - multi-tasking a must - We all worked together for so many years that we knew what was need to get the job done. Frequent Schedule and priorty changes is the nature of the business.. No job was to small and everyone pitched in to get the reports out. We supported teams members and sometimes particpated in weekend actives.