Senior Inspector (Current Employee), Thomasville GA / Ashland VA – June 4, 2014
Review nuclear safety related documentation packages for submittal to client. Certified VT Level II inspector of safety related embed welds. Report daily / weekly on production progress. Work with plant owner, prime contractor and sub contractors to complete work correctly and on time.
A little of everything (Former Employee), Hollister, Ca – February 25, 2014
Pros: lunch and dinner bought
This place is a high stress company. I loved the job I did, but it came with a lot of baggage. If your willing to be a robot and not have an opinion then this place is perfect for you. If you have a mind and a opinion you may find yourself out of a job. Most of the management push things off on their employee's and when it's not done correctly you get – more... in trouble. Most managers are never there when you need help and trying to reach them by phone or email is a joke. This company is a multi million dollar company and if ran correctly would be a great company, but the management from location to location is very different. No body has the same rules. Be very careful before you apply here. It's long hours and policy is not followed in the field. I am thankful for what I learned, but other than that forget it. – less
Tax Intern (Current Employee), Rio Piedras, PR – December 31, 2013
Everyday in the firm start with the bank reconciliation of the typical clients, then my mentor assigned some tasks for the week that I need complete before the dead line. In the firm I really learned about the real life accounting tasks day to day. I have a very good co-workers that help me in the hard tasks. The thing that I most enjoyed in my work – more... is the Tax Planning because is my most interest area, in the tax planning I have some tasks with clients like: prepare financial statement for the returns, complete the returns and work together with the corporate clients. – less
Class A Driver / Hazardous Waste Specialist (Former Employee), Washougal, WA – October 28, 2013
Cons: to many to list!!!!!!!!
good old boys club here. The management wont let you work safely and legally. They say "just pull it anyway, you wont get caught". This is by far the worst company I have ever worked for!!!! It's a matter of time before the DOT and/or FMCSA cracks down on them. They don't train well and they turn a deaf ear to employees.
AP Processor (Former Employee), Houston, TX – October 8, 2013
Pros: liked it all
the company is great to work for. I had to leave due to a change of location. my typical day at work was consisted of a many invoice processing, PO's to Invoice Matching, emails, phone calls, paper work, checking mail.
Customer Service Coordinator (Former Employee), Birmingham, AL – July 8, 2013
The people you work with make or break this company. When you have the right team the stresses of working in the hazardous waste industry disappear because you help each other and work together. The problem is when the wrong people are hired the job becomes unbearable.
I received a raise after 6 months of working with this company and after one year of working with this company I recieved a promotion. Day to day tasks with this company was different. I worked with numbers and would do compilation reports. Afterwhich, I would send it to the general manager for review and submit to clients for payment.
Vac driver (Former Employee), Bakersfield ca – June 13, 2013
Pros: new equipment
Cons: inexperienced, poor management. no hours no work. bunch of liars.
What a sad waste of time. If you want to have your managers be completely clueless then work for PSC in Bakersfield and San Ardo. Low paying too. The managers promised the world and they didnt even have a contract. They str8 up lied. I quit after 3 weeks of 30 hours or less on call vacuum truck work. I'd never work for these guys again. I suggest you – more... don't either. – less
Site Safety Manager (Former Employee), Texas City, TX – June 7, 2013
While working for PSC I learned a lot of important things about industrial safety that I will use in the future. Management and operations supervision though had bad communication and didn't support the needs of the technicians and operators in the field as they should putting safety in the forefront instead of production.