Planner/ Scheduler (Former Employee), Borger, TX – October 13, 2014
0530 start, pull in overnight break in emergency orders, verify schedule and make sure all materials are on hand for that day, verify material is expedited for emergency and warehouse spares. Plan work designated by plant and area priority, Build schedule for following week and up to two weeks out. Manage procurement of material for all rotating equipment – more... refinery wide. ,, 0% training, everything is OTJ on your own
619 Operator (Former Employee), Linden, NJ – April 29, 2014
Pros: good pay
Cons: shift work and working holidays if you were on the schedule to do so
gather quart samples from large component field tanks 2-3 times a day or as requested... pump component field bottoms to slop tanks, set up analyzers according to the specs of each blend being done at the time, change out filters as needed to the analyzers, make additives for the blends as needed..
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Saint Petersburg, FL – December 28, 2013
Pros: great atmosphere and lots of fun even while working hard.
Long days but very busy days. We were on a main corner and were kept on our toes because we were so busy. I met a lot of very interesting people. Won some concert tickets when certain radio stations would come in and gas up their vehicles. We had a great bunch of customers who we knew by name and they knew us by name. The holidays was always a festive – more... time at work. – less
Cashier (Former Employee), Lee's Summit, MO – December 9, 2013
Pros: my schedule
Cons: just about everything
The typical day was stressful. I learned a lot about customers, how to do orders, and broaden my horizon. The management was terrible. The co-workers were amazing. Dealing with hateful people. Meeting polite people and having my own specific duties.