Process Engineering Co-op (Former Employee), Assonet, MA – December 8, 2014
As a chemical engineering co-op I gained experience working with laboratory glassware and pilot plant process equipment. The job is hazardous, but the safety culture is strong. The pay is fair and the management is knowledgeable.
Tax Associate (Former Employee), Lexington, KY – July 12, 2014
Pros: employess were very nice and helpful
Cons: everyone tended to being doing the job of 2 or 3 people
I really enjoyed my job until it was outsourced to India. I had worked at ashland for 19 yrs and it was hard leave especially since I started when I was only 17. I started out in A/P and then moved over to A/R. stay in that position for a long time until I got promoted to customer service. here I worked the longest. I learned a lot about order to cash – more... retail customers and how to relate to customers, Finally I got one more promotion to the Tax department in which I learned to file city and local taxes in addition to administration work, I was responsible for processing payroll and keeping up with logs on incoming check from checks from large states. I also kept up keep on the equipment to name a few of my duties. – less
I am in a cooperative work experience program through Lane Community College
Oregon Child Development Coalition (Current Employee), Medford, OR – May 23, 2014
This is a wonderful place to learn. I am participating in a work experience/training program to become a clerk. I am bilingual. The training here has been extensive and I am ready to find full time employment.