Pros: my own area for personal use ( lunch, reading, relaxing), good vacation, and time off benefits, we also have on campus medical clinics, and a fitness equipment room.
Cons: heating and air tends to not be in the best condition, pay could be better, and we need more employees in our maintenance crew.
I usually operate off of a PM schedule and take calls on CB radio for any issues that need fixing on production lines. I
I have learned all troubleshooting skills for the machinery in the facility and how to operate them.
Management team is professional and try to equip me with the tools and information I need to complete my task throughout the day.
My co-workers are trained well and have the knowledge needed to complete their jobs and are good people to work with.
The hardest part of my job is finding things that are to challenging at the moment to get the machinery in the facility operational when they need to be fully functional for the operators and it takes a little more time than it should to fix. But it happens.
I enjoy working here its close to home has a good equipped maintenance shop and always people who have enough experience to help you when you need it.