Plant Operator (Current Employee), Cambridge, ON – May 5, 2014
Work producing 5 gallon jugs of water. Loading them repetitively with detail onto racks, as well as inspecting returned bottles for damage/rejects. Also responsible for some maintenance of the production machine.
Culligan offers good products to businesses and residents
Sales/Marketing (Current Employee), Jacksonville, FL – May 23, 2014
Pros: good money
Cons: not consistant
Outside sales, like meeting new people and giving them facts about how bad the water in Jacksonville really is. Giving customers the information needed so they know what products will work. New management, lots of changes.
Office Manager (Former Employee), Pelham, AL – February 3, 2014
I was responsible for all aspects of running the office. I had a receptionist and three service techs under me. I made out the schedules for the services techs, did all of the billing and accounts payable. I did journal entries and reconciled the bank account.
Service Technician (Former Employee), Hastings, MI – December 10, 2013
Pros: working on your own
Cons: would sometimes be very slow and not much work.
A typical day here would be servicing water softners and meeting with customers trying to resolve their issues with the water. I learned a lot of plumbing techniques and how to fully service many brands of water softners. Co workers were very easy to work with and helped out in any way they could. Hardest part of the job would be working in the winter – more... since we had to crawl under trailers/houses and would be very difficult to service the customer sometimes but either way the job always got done and fixed so the customer was satisfied. The best part of the job was working on your own and pretty much being your own boss. Was very fulfilling to know that I had fixed customers problems or answered their questions and concerns about their water issues. – less
Working for Culligan Water was very challenging and productive.
Customer Service/ Data Entry (Former Employee), Tamarac, FL – December 5, 2013
A day at Culligan Water was very challenging learning something new every day with different cituations, I learn to deal with all type of costumers and there characteres, all my co-workers with no were very nice and very professional. The hardest part of my job was to try to please all the costumers and the rest was very good I love to help and I always – more... have a great attitude for all the costumers I love to deal with humans overall. – less
Secretary (Former Employee), Winchester, VA – November 11, 2013
My job at Culligan was awesome! I loved the Management, co-workers. There was nothing really hard about my job I truly loved it.I loved all our Customers.The only reason I had to leave there was due to the fact we lost our daycare provider.