Operator I (Current Employee), Los Angeles, CA – January 19, 2014
Cons: all of the above.
HR is terrible.. They will emphasize each day how you're just an temporary. Don't start here if you want to be in the water industry. There are no manuals. All information is passed down by word of mouth of how to run anything there unless you already know about it. Don't let the position fool you. You''ll be hired on as a full time temp. Every day – more... is the same old same old..things breaking and other crews not doing their jobs out of laziness and incompetence. Look else where to start. – less
Data Entry Clerk, Office Support (Former Employee), Trion, GA – December 10, 2013
Pros: meet family and pets at work
Cons: no benefits
hard working company. Family enviornment. Worked mainly alone without little supervision. Management was always there to help if you had a problem. Very few co-workers. Hardest part was learning new things. Enjoyed the family pets that came to work and the co-workers
Administrative Coordinator (Current Employee), 60 DeVoe Place Hackensack, NJ – October 1, 2013
Pros: work with many
Cons: job security
Great place to work however many changes going on due to economy and not sure what the future holds for me. Busy day with many duties assisting many supervisors other than my boss the Senior Director of Operations. Responsible for calendars, travel arrangements event coordinator for all events in our division.
Assistant Project Manager (Current Employee), Hyannis, MA – July 27, 2013
• Assistant Project Manager: Organize TOKAY software for backflow devices and surveys, offered suggestions in new construction meetings in prompt to log-4 treatment processes, diagnose and troubleshoot mechanical, electrical and SCADA issues with treatment facilities. Plumbed chemical feed and injection lines (tubing, PVC, copper) for chlorine, sodium – more... hydroxide, poly/ortho phosphates. Make repairs to chemical injection pumps, electronic LMI and Milton Roy DC motors. Mark out Dig-Safe line and box locations. Installed and repaired Foxboro venturi pressure transmitters. Ensure contract deliverables are on target, such as hydrant flushing program, gate and valve exercising program, inspections and cleaning of stand pipe tanks, 5/8” and large water meter program, well clean out and rehabs, quarterly, monthly, and weekly samples. Ensure compliance with the requirements as determined by the DEP. – less
Water Reclamation Plant Operator II (Former Employee), El Segundo, CA – July 17, 2013
Pros: lot of o.t.
Cons: only "hi range" affiliation members may get what they want!
. Typical day is a very busy day for trying to keep plant up and running. . Learned some new treatment technical processes. . Work place has a very strange culture of politic. . Co-workers in same Division have relationship as same as in communist system. Unable to "affiliated"! . New workers would be worked as be in a Boot-Camp. . There is no professional – more... either in technical area or employee relation area. . District is very disappointed and threaten to pull contract! . Hardest part of the job is unable to please all co-workers, in same Division, no mater what! . Most enjoyable part of the job is to staying busy, staying away from many potential troubles. – less
Customer Service Manager (Current Employee), Owego, NY – July 7, 2013
Pros: amazing personal experience at the international customer service managers conferences
Cons: poor management, lack of reliable time off
I had the wonderful experience, while with United Water, to work with an amazing international team of customer service managers. It opened my eyes to the many diverse and glorious cultures that make up this world.
Water Pollution Control Manager (Former Employee), Laredo, TX – October 10, 2012
Performig assigned work I learnes how it works a private corporation. Management is profit oriented. Co-workers were great. The hardest part was that the private enterprises have a very different approach to customer service than a public company. The most enjoyable part was working along with co-workers.
Regulatory and Compliance Advisor (Former Employee), Jackson, MS – September 17, 2012
Pros: an excitable challenge
Cons: the hours worked were mindboggling
1. A typical work day of 10 to 12 hours, with a maximum of 27 consecutive hours worked 2. I have learned that a Project Manager needs by far multiple skillsets in order to oversee 40 employees and update upper management simultaneously 3. Supervising with an iron fist decreases morale and thus a decrease in productivity 4. Facilitating OSHA and EPA – more... mandates. The volume of CFR's is mindboggling. A person with an advanced degree will find it impossible to remember all of the regulations. The above is the most difficult part of the job. 5. Learning and understanding the tasks of multiple departments is my most enjoyable. – less
Data Analyst of Regulatory Compliance (Former Employee), Hackensack, NJ – June 26, 2012
Pros: good hours, relaxed dress code
Cons: not many full time openings, temp job
not overly busy learned different things about water and how it is treated and delivered to homes management changed hands a few times while there co workers were nice but insecure because were union workers while I was a temp hardest part of job was disconnecting people for non payment in these hard times most enjoyable being thanked and appreciated – more... for job well done – less