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Most satisfying part of the job was that I was able to help out a lot of people to get into the workforce after getting an ID badge. Management couldn't care what you do. In fact, they lived in Hilton and left workers in the Sand, very indifferent and now they lost the contract. I won't shed tears for them.
Management never worried about your production
Project Manager was rude, and had no clue how to write a good email. Army authorities were very unhappy to deal with the PM, and so they dealt very poorly with the linguists with regards to their housing.
U.S. Army Central, is a unique and challenging command, operating across multiple battlefields, spanned over several countries. Serving as the Army's executive agent for USCENTCOM, the command has oversight of a $15B annual budget in support of war efforts throughout the middle east and southwest asia.
A typical day starts with physical training in the morning from 0630 until 0730. After that is completed, we have about a hour and a half to conduct personal hygiene, then off to work by 0900. The work day lasts typically until 1700 (5pm).
Time management varies
Great place to spend your 20's. Travel the world and see the pits of despair! Deployment was horrid and the leadership crumbled at the first sign of trouble. Nothing like counseling your Sr. NCO because they miss home.
Hours, people, leadership
come in and interact and train Soldiers. learned how to be the best leader I could be for my Soldiers. My management was great working offered advice if needed and took care of me. My co-workers we all worked as a team. Didn't have any hard parts of my job. Training and making sure my Soldiers were taking care of is what I enjoyed about my job.
The I.T.T company was involved in maintenance and servicing of heavy equipment i.e. Cranes, 10K Fork Lift, Hydraulic operation machines, Bulldozer and Army fighting Tanks in a fast-paced entrepreneurial Environment for the U.S Army engaged in Gulf War. RESPONSIBILITIES To implement the service schedules through available mechanics To make purchase requisition for parts and consumables To give in put to the management regarding the functioning of various equipments To suggest for alterations and modifications To moniter and control the activities of subordinate staff OTHER QUALIFICATION Two APPRECIATION CERTIFICATES for my excellent work from Project Manager I.T.T. U.S.Army base Kuwait.
12 hour work daylearned logistics, expediting parts, and worked with management to complete missions that were critical to helping our war fighters.The hardest part of the the job to me was making sure we knew we had supplies coming in for the up coming missions.The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that we were helping to save lives out in the battle field by producing safe, and fresh vehicles for our troops.
uplift, per diem, housing
My typical day at work consisted of juggling many projects at once. I liked the diverse nature of day to day tasks. One day I would be working with the local banks, the next with the US Embassy, and the next with the Federal Reserve Bank.The management within the organization was a mixed crowd. Senior officers varied from being supremely competent and motivating to dumb and obtrusive. I was able to influence those around me in order to get important and challenging tasks.Just like any deployment, the work schedule was grueling. The schedule switched from one day off a week to two half days off per week while I was there. Overtime during the regular work week was mandatory.The most enjoyable part of the job was the people I met and the good amount of traveling I did.
free food, free housing
almost no time off, some untalented coworkers
This company built up a strong basement for management skill and kept a good relation with employees. Believes all religious custom. I learned a lot from this and made me a good knowledgeble person.
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