Pros: Excellent health care
Cons: no job security
A typical day at work would involve a routine showing up 15 minutes early, check email for summary of previous shifts progress, ensure station is set up for the job next in the priority list, begin working independently or until the supervisor assigns specific task. Address any issues that arise but do not waste time on them, send email report of progress to next shift lead.
I learned about the value of having a process to effectively get things done, sometimes when an employee is being trained they do not understand the process so they stray, I do not stray. I follow the directions documented or verbal.
The hardest part of the job was to get everyone to work as a team, some times people are stubborn and it takes a good leader to bring everyone together to complete the tasks on time.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the culture and sense of community.