What would you say....you do here?

jmog Senior Member
7,737 posts 44 reps Joined Nov 2009
Sat, Jun 18, 2022 12:53 PM
posted by ts1227

That would be the place, just 2 more name changes since then 


I worked there from 2008 until 2013. Wasn’t the best workplace environment back then and the travel to commission furnaces was only once or twice a year but tended to last 6-16 weeks at a time.


I had to leave, had young kids and being gone for 4 months in Alabama or 6 weeks in Italy just didn’t work for me with young kids.


Most of the people were great, but a few bad apples all happened to be in management at that time.


ts1227 Senior Member
12,351 posts 38 reps Joined Nov 2009
Sat, Jun 18, 2022 2:08 PM
posted by jmog

I worked there from 2008 until 2013. Wasn’t the best workplace environment back then and the travel to commission furnaces was only once or twice a year but tended to last 6-16 weeks at a time.


I had to leave, had young kids and being gone for 4 months in Alabama or 6 weeks in Italy just didn’t work for me with young kids.


Most of the people were great, but a few bad apples all happened to be in management at that time.


It’s still a bit to be desired, but we’re busy right now. Luckily for them I’ve proven to be a shitty interviewer apparently, nothing has gone anywhere for years for me…

I would have been the guy scanning the prints in 2011, was in the shop office in 2012, and depending on when you left in 2013 I may have just moved into spare parts


jmog Senior Member
7,737 posts 44 reps Joined Nov 2009
Sat, Jun 18, 2022 4:55 PM
posted by ts1227

It’s still a bit to be desired, but we’re busy right now. Luckily for them I’ve proven to be a shitty interviewer apparently, nothing has gone anywhere for years for me…

I would have been the guy scanning the prints in 2011, was in the shop office in 2012, and depending on when you left in 2013 I may have just moved into spare parts


Nick Touelevski, and myself, were the two combustion engineers from 2008-2013, he was there a few more years after I was.


jmog Senior Member
7,737 posts 44 reps Joined Nov 2009
Sat, Jun 18, 2022 5:12 PM
posted by ts1227

It’s still a bit to be desired, but we’re busy right now. Luckily for them I’ve proven to be a shitty interviewer apparently, nothing has gone anywhere for years for me…

I would have been the guy scanning the prints in 2011, was in the shop office in 2012, and depending on when you left in 2013 I may have just moved into spare parts


I private messaged you.


Curly J Self Pwner in Training.
7,406 posts 110 reps Joined Nov 2009
Wed, Jun 22, 2022 7:12 PM

I was a PC/LAN Technician for a very large Pharmaceutical Benefits Manager. After our company was bought out, twice, and the restructuring to the Data Center Model our PC's went away. That and all of our Servers too. Since COVID all of our associates are work at home for the future. It's now been relabled as Deskside Support. I've been the only one in my department that goes into the office everyday. So now I mostly FedEx replacement equipment out to employees when it breaks...pays the same though.

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