Once at a job, I would gather the workers I had at the front of the store we were working on and inform them on thesafety rules and tasks that needed to be done. I would deigate the jobs and show the workers if need be and give them proper tools to do the job safely. Once working I would either be working along side my workers or corilating with the trades people that may be on site, the managers of the stores, the president of the company to go over what the schedule is for the job. I would have to be in constant contact with my boss for any changes that the client may want that they would tell my boss who may be off site. Once the day was doen I would sign off on the workers time cards, gather any reciepts that may have been aquired during and all the work completed on that day and put all this information in the template that was given and send it to the boss after everyday.
Before this job I was not a person who ever needed to use a hammer or a screw driver for that matter. I am a quik learner so I caught on real quik and after three months I was promoted to lead hand.
My boss was the president of the company. He was always available to hear what I had to say, weather it be a concern or sujestion, he was there.
Co-workers were all temporary workers from temp agencies, they were there at the job and gone when it was over. The ones who stayed and lasted where good hard workers and followed instructions.
Not being able to go home every night was a challenge, but seeing places I more than likely would have never seen in my life made up for it.
Seeing the country either by plane or driving across it. travelling for a job can put stress on you but I thrive on it and I think it makes me want to do a better job.