Statewide Conditioning Careers and Employment: Working at Statewide Conditioning
- CEORobert Egan
- Company size51 to 200
- IndustryConstruction, Repair & Facilities Services
Worked here in 2010. Started out great and was recognized constantly for the work I was doing. Once they found out I was pregnant they stopped praising my work and actually let me go! I'm happy they did because I ended up making a much higher salary elsewhere. Crazy thing is I purchased a home on the same block as the owner. Long time ago but left a bad taste in my mouth.
Receptionist in South Amboy, NJ
on June 2, 2020
A typical day at work includes looking over mechanical drawings for the job at hand and discussing them with project managers and engineers to decide if it is going to work. Once the details are settled and the parts that are needed are ordered, we begin to install the piping system with the use of varies supports and hardware.
Assistant pipefitter/mechanic in South Amboy, NJ
on January 12, 2017
Dispatch technicians to service calls and preventive maintenace inspections. Generate quote to customers for repair or replacement of equipment. Order all filter and belts on a monthly basis for all Maintence insprections the are due. Order all repairs parts generated from service calls. Communicate with customers keeping the aware of parts on order, pricing.
Service Manager in South Amboy, NJ
on August 19, 2013
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