Airgas Jobs & Careers in Kennesaw, GA

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6 days ago

Strategic Account Manager

Airgas Inc. Kennesaw, GA

The Strategic Accounts Manager is responsible for maintaining and driving sales revenue by building strategic relationships with key accounts… Airgas Inc.


3 days ago

Safety and Compliance Manager – new

Airgas Inc. Smyrna, GA

Safety is a primary job responsibility of all Airgas associates, and a condition of employment.It is the responsibility of the Safety Coordinator to… Airgas Inc.


23 days ago

Outside Sales Associate

Airgas Inc. Austell, GA

RED-D-ARC (an Airgas company) is the largest provider of welding and welding-related rental products and services in North America, with over… Airgas Inc.


6 days ago

Inside Sales - Account Mgr (Evergreen)

Airgas Inc. Duluth, GA

• Attend comprehensive training programs gaining knowledge of products, product application and regulations, Company procedures, sales skills and… Airgas Inc.


18 days ago

Product Specialist - Generator

Airgas Inc. Atlanta, GA

RED-D-ARC (an Airgas company) is the largest provider of welding, welding-related rental products, portable power systems, power distribution… Airgas Inc.


6 days ago

Regional Transportation Manager- Southeast

Airgas Inc. Atlanta, GA

•Manage all aspects of Safety along with fostering a culture that meets the Company’s goals. Safety is job one with Airgas Dry Ice starting with the… Airgas Inc.


17 days ago

Project Engineer

Airgas Inc. Atlanta, GA

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Test and verify new technology for use in cylinder filling, cylinder maintenance and… Airgas Inc.


6 days ago

Billing Processor

Airgas Inc. Atlanta, GA

Include the following: • Ensures all drop ship billing paperwork and associated SAP system data is accurately completed; including coding, costing… Airgas Inc.


24 days ago

Fleet Safety Director

Airgas Inc. Atlanta, GA

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Develop, recommend and implement policies, procedures and metrics in conjunction with… Airgas Inc.


23 days ago

Sales Engineer- Metals and Industrial

Airgas Inc. Atlanta, GA

include the identification of technical sales opportunities, maintaining commercial and technical relationships with key individuals at customer and… Airgas Inc.


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    A Frustrating place to work with inexperienced "management"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Kennesaw, GA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Kennesaw, GA

    I worked at Airgas full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Really good benefits, including lots of health insurance options. Extensive training, you are constantly taking new training classes. Very generous with catered lunches, office supplies and little perks. Good discounts for employees thru various retailers.

    Cons

    The credit department at this place is a joke. The "managers" are so inexperienced that it's painful just to listen to them try to speak about things that should be common knowledge to someone who's entry level. There is no communication in this department unless they are being catty by talking about other people in the department. Professionalism is non-existent, no one knows how to carry themselves in a corporate environment; it all a bunch of poorly dressed, unpolished, under qualified peons trying to micromanage people who have a higher skill set than they could ever hope to have. They set up conference calls to ask you to discuss accounts that you don't even handle, just proving the poor planning on their part. There is no room for growth, you can apply for other positions and you don't even get the common courtesy of an interview. You have "incentives" in this department and if you meet your goal they are supposed to pay you for it, but they don't. Every time you make your goal you have to keep begging for it while they keep telling you, "It will be on your next check," while blaming others in management. This department has had so many employees go to HR that they sent out a survey for the people to rate their superiors. No need to say how that survey went.

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    You should have management applicants take IQ tests and test their knowledge in this field before you promote. Communication is key, if people aren't communicating with each other than everyone is doing double the work. Employees should feel comfortable going to upper management if they are having a problem, there is no open door policy. Paying people the money they are promised in a timely manor would go a long way in boosting morale.

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