What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Maintenance Technician in Bakersfield:
"I wish I knew then that I know now. To much politics."
Be careful what you ask for. Research the jobs you apply to before accepting the job.
Maintenance Technician in Kansas City:
The way I like is what they did back in the day employees were treated like that were liked and wanted and appreciated now days they don't have that.
Maintenance Technician in Sunrise:
"Follow company policies about safety and cross-contamination."
Always have hungry of learn and work neat clean and organize.
Maintenance Technician in Abilene:
Do whatever is needed to keep property running smoothly and to avoid losing you job by working hard and doing what you told.
Maintenance Technician in Washington Court House:
"Troubleshooting Works Best When Working Backward."
Education is the key to success! One of the most valuable assets to add to your portfolio is learn the functionality of a Multi-Meter. With a clear understanding you can test a multitude of problems, narrow your search and locate key information to discovering the problem. A Maintenance Technician needs to be able to work well under stress and the clock. Most of the time repairs need to be completed quickly while the Equipment is down and everyone is waiting on you. A number one rule is to always remove the energy source, weather it's electricity, air, gas etc. Lock out and Tag out the equipment so no one can re-energize it but you.