Maintenance Technician Advice

Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?

Maintenance Technician in Trussville:
Work hard and be on time and be proficient.

Maintenance Technician in Chesapeake:
"How to advance."
Learn everything you can.

Maintenance Technician in Owensboro:
"Top payout."
How long had the company been in business.

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 Evansville:
"Being a maintenance mechanic."
Pros: I like working with machines, figuring out why they don't work, and then making it so they do work. I like the challenge of problem solving. I like the idea of working with robots, programming, and getting them to do what they are supposed to do.
Cons: Working night shift, not having the tools and support of the company. Long hours.

Maintenance Technician in Wisconsin Rapids:
"Accuall duties to be performed."
Get detailed job discription.

Maintenance Technician in Richmond:
"Pressure to find problems extreamly fast."
Be sure that you will be given adequate time to troubleshoot and concentrate on finding problems. Work safely and do not let people distract you which will result in personal injury or possible deadly mistakes. Find out exactly what your benefits will be such as insurance deductibles and cost for you. When you are told what your starting pay and top out pay and benefits will be, get it in writing Don't take a job that does not have a job description..