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Jeremy Bearce
over 6 months ago

Don’t apply, go somewhere else. Management is worried about themselves and not the employees, they favor people working for them and it’s not a fair environment.

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Eric Alford
over 6 months ago

The biggest mistake was thinking I had a job I could make a career in.

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Eric Alford
over 6 months ago

Don’t waste your time. I dedicated 12 years thinking I had a career I could retire in and here I’m am laid off from a multi billion dollar company. Hard to believe

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Debra Christal
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over 6 months ago

This is a traveling Service Technician position going from factory to factory in an assigned territory. Service Techs will be provided a company vehicle and laptop but will be required to have their own basic tool kit. This is a full time job with great starting salary, OT, benefits.

Responsibilities: Perform routine, preventative maintenance and repairs on oil-injected and oil-free air compressors Troubleshoot and perform diagnostics on malfunctioning compressors, determine possible causes for malfunctions, and perform repairs as suggested by diagnostics and assessment. Perform other duties as assigned.

Experience: High School diploma or equivalent required with technical training in electrical, hydraulics, and/or pneumatics preferred HVAC experience - HVAC Universal Certification is a plus 1-2 years of technical experience maintaining and repairing various types of mechanical and electrical equipment.
1+ years Field Service experience 1+ years working in a factory environment i.e. industrial experience is required Air Compressor experience highly desired Mechanical aptitude Electrical experience and repairing of any motors is key Stable work history

You can see the company info, full job description and apply here: https://www.reflik.com/job?jobId=NDM2Mw==referrer=NjA3OQ==

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Stephen Hodges
over 6 months ago

Be very careful especially if you're a minority or in particular a black man, they try and make you think they're your friend when they are truly plotting against you.

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Stephen Hodges
over 6 months ago

Accepting the job in the first place

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Scott Bumford
over 6 months ago

Genuinely a great place and atmosphere to work in!.

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mike wagner
over 6 months ago
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mike wagner
over 6 months ago

dating someone i worked with

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Grayson Miller
over 6 months ago

Beware of the owners dumb ass son, a complete moron who is too stupid to realize how stupid he really is. Also, you complete $1000 worth of work but get paid for $300. They charge you back for the most asinine things, your ground screw isn’t green enough, your drip loops are too big, your drip loops are too small, bolts aren’t tight enough, bolts are too tight. It’s always something and keep in mind that you pay for all the materials and fuel so now you have $50 invested in a job that you get paid nothing for. They’re like a meat grinder, they chew you up and spit you out and the employees always leave being owed money. Honestly, they’re just a greedy group of people and could care less about you.

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