Maintenance Mechanic Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Maintenance Mechanic?

Maintenance Mechanic:
Great place to work. Good leadership and coworkers. Full-time employee, but the hours are more the 40 a week. Traing and safety are running at 100%. No shortcuts or cutting corners. Lock out tag tag out are top on the list.

Maintenance Mechanic in Redding:
Pros: Short commute
Cons: The heat of summer

Maintenance Mechanic in Ocala:
"Working at ocala regional can be challenging sometimes. I feel communication leads to sucess."
Pros: The people.
Cons: My jobs does offer opportunities for education, but once you have the education their is no room for growth in my field.

Maintenance Mechanic in New Smyrna Beach:
"Nsb needs higher wages."
Pros: Nice area
Cons: Pay

Maintenance Mechanic in Pecos:
"It's not bad at all. It's a culture shock for me but not bad at all."
Pros: The people I work with are amazeing.
Cons: Theres not much to do outside of work.

Maintenance Mechanic in Wichita:
"Work at Wichita: The ability to find work in Wichita is easy with the skills we all learned at a young age that younger ones don't have as much opportunity to be part of."
Pros: What I love most about working in Wichita is, I was given the gift of meeting my wife in working here.
Cons: The least thing I like about working in Wichita is, the weather has become difficult for my wife, seeing she has a spinal disability, to handle as the winters are extremely cold and summer can be very humid. This can cause her to be less active due to being in painful situations

Maintenance Mechanic in Columbus Junction:
"Pay is ok."
Pros: Close to home
Cons: Working for Tyson Foods