Contractor (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – 28 September 2017
Work hours varied depending on the customer. Most work was indoors. You need your own vehicle and there was no reimbursement for your fuel etc. Keeping your paperwork up to date and reported on time is critical.
Service Dispatch Coordinator (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – 24 August 2017
This position was contract labor - the job didn't seen to end; logged off at work and logged back in at home to follow up with printer tech folllow up. With tech's reporting on jobs in CA and HI calls and info came in late.
Multi-contractor (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – 12 July 2017
No Comment. They are and by far are and forever will be the worst Information Technology Jobs listing agency in history. I have not seen them around or listed in the recent years since around 2010. I believe that due to their poor service and lack of paying the technicians what we deserve they are no more. Got bought out by a better agency etc. IT was bad when I had to go after our clients to fight for payment because the back offices failed to pay me, or let alone contact me. They were by far the worst IT company I've ever worked with. The only good thing is the skills and knowledge gained while working out in the field for these people.
As a recruiting consultant, I also have experience with building out an effective internal recruiting process and team.
US IT Recruiter (Current Employee) – US IT Recruiter – 1 March 2017
Total 3 years of good experience with Recruitment, Talent Acquisition & Talent Management. Developing recruitment strategies: This included job posting optimization, campus hiring, talent management and man-power planning Identifying future talent needs and proactively built recruiting and sourcing plans; to develop effective recruitment systems resulting into least turn-around time. Managing the entire recruitment process and life-cycles, including initial assessments, interviews, post interview assessments and final offers.
Able to bid on jobs outsourced to me They posted a multitude of work orders on their site so it was easy to bid on those work orders. They offered reasonable to higher paying work order projects. Management was extremely helpful in all aspects of field service assistance for contractors onsite.
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Lack of work available on their website at current time
Point of Sale Assistant Install (Former Employee) – Farmington, NM – 27 September 2016
Make certain I have all the tools needed for install. I've learned from this position that the assignment is done until the job is completed. Management was online and met lead Techs at the job sites. Most difficult is the position was only a contract type assignment. I liked traveling and getting the job done until its completed.
Field Service Technician Intern (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – 15 June 2015
You are able to bid on jobs. Once you accept the job you are given the necessary information. Most of the equipment is at the site. You may need a few tools. You complete the service with it the SLA. You are compensated for overtime.
Chose what jobs you at what pay you want, set your schedule, compenstated for milage
Technician (Current Employee) – Minnesota – 9 March 2015
In all the projects that I worked, they show me care and give me the opportunity to try new experiences every time. I had enjoyed working as a team with people of different cultures. I made good friends in those projects.
Field Technician (Current Employee) – Home based – 18 December 2014
I like the work from home part of this job, you pick the jobs in your area, The website to browse for jobs is easy to operate, Payments are always timely. I like that you can also get free training or certifications.
I dont like that there doesnt seem to be a lot of work in Great Lakes Bay Region.