I worked at Bancsource full-time
You get a company van, fuel card, and pretty much can write your own schedule of activites. You get to see a lot of country as you drive from one place to another. And if you like the overtime you can write your own paycheck pretty much every two weeks. Management never bothers you, they let you do your thing.
Training could be considerably better, especially on sorters and tube systems. Not a fan of GPS's in the vehicles either but I understand why they do it.
Advice to Management
Training, training, and training. This is somewhat being addressed with the re-structuring going on there. And don't go the route that one of your competitors did and change the culture where people dread going to work each day. I already have PTSD symptoms working at one of those places.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Bancsource (Vancouver, WA) in September 2015.
Due to the distributed nature of the Bancsource organization I was interviewed personally by a trusted Field Service Engineer from a nearby territory, and then by telephone with the Regional Service Manager. During the in-person interview the engineer was very thorough in describing what a typical day involved as well as the scheduled routine maintenance duties. The telephone interview was thorough, and pleasant with a normal battery of interview questions. Anyone who prepares for the interview should not be surprised. I believe Bancsources' new ownership is on the right track.
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