United Rentals great position for learner equipment
Parts Purchasing Manager (Former Employee), Chantilly, VA – October 24, 2014
Pros: great people
I enjoyed this position due to working in the parts dept and service tech. mostly men but they where always great on helping me understand repairs and service of small to very large equipment. Some even allow me to stand beside them to show me where and what each part did so I had a better understanding of what I was ordering for them
Senior Collector (Former Employee), Irvine, CA – January 17, 2014
Pros: full benifits and
Cons: short breaks and constant turn around of the supervisor
The majority of my day was in collections, I did however work with the release department in assisting in providing necessary releases so as to facilitate payment. This job was stable until the decision was made to move the credit office to Modesto
Receptionist (Former Employee), Independence, OH – December 27, 2013
Pros: exciting place to work; great enviroment;customer service skills etc.
Cons: part time job
United Rentals has become the world’s largest equipment rental provider in the world. Very busy office with an extraordinary staff was a very interesting place to work at. Great place to learn how to handle multiple lines and also how to work under pressure and accomplishing every daily task. It was my work under pressure school. The hardest part it – more... was that only worked part time and I left United Rental looking for a full time job. – less
Rental Coordinator and Dispatcher (Former Employee), West Haven, CT – October 29, 2013
Typical day consisted of dispatching drivers for deliveries in the tri-state area. Writing contracts for upcoming jobs. Taking rental orders by phone. Doing site surveys for jobs and present pricing. Inventory control.