Hard driven, worked most evenings, but great compensation
Regional Sales Engineer (Former Employee) – OK / AR – October 2, 2018
Travel 3-4 days per week, usually by car. Management fairly good, but inconsistent with shared time for training. Overall culture is good and well meaning. I learned the underground piping and HDD business by fire, but solid knowledge. Learned how to work within government agencies, typically local municipalities.
Hands-On learning, good benefits, 401K match very strong
Very long work days, excessive ground travel expected, little "field" help.
Contractor (Former Employee) – Houston, Texas – February 13, 2014
drive out to the fields and began to fix leaks or whatever needs to be done out there to keep production going and while do all this I try to keep a positive head on my shoulders to keep the work safe to go home everyday.
Day start: Grab materials to resupply your truck, you and your teammate review where you need to go. The person in the passenger seat navigates, you arrive to residence and assess what needs to be done.
The rest of the day flows like this.
I learned how to be more efficient.
Everyone that works here is fairly laid back with a great attitude. The hardest part of the job is the heat. The most enjoyable part of the job is at the end of every successful installation and at the end of the day, you have a great sense of accomplishment!
Every day is different. You end up in great shape.