Administrative Assistant/Purchasing (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – February 11, 2018
I was the administrative assistant for 26 engineers and draftsmen. I learned to read blue prints and process technical information to the manufacturing department. I also consolidated operating manuals for the biotech stainless steels tanks for our customers.
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Yauco, PR – January 11, 2017
I worked as a Quality Assurance Inspector testing the final products and laboratory tests. I learned how was the work in a medical device field and had the opportunity to travel to Germany for a job training.
Field Service great for single money motivated individuals
Field Service Engineer (Current Employee) – Livingston, IL – April 15, 2016
Only paid for "on job site" time. No compensation for company mandated travel, outside of normal work hours 8:00-4:30. Even when forced to travel on Sunday to make it to account early Monday morning. Salary is bonus driven. Little focus on customer service. Main focus is on billable revenue, so, you schedule as much billable work during normal work hours and travel and do paperwork off the clock.
Company vehicle to use for work and personal use. Paid lunches.
Very l;ittle time for family or site seeing, You travel to many nice places but jobs take up all free time.
Bio-tech medical Devices (Current Employee) – PR – September 26, 2014
Always I work hard to complete company goals. Be in charge to MRO & class A parts (around 1,200 pcs). Also manage Shelf Life and Quality Notifications from customers. Active participation with Eng. Change between Germany, France, NY, Tunisia and PR.