I worked at Infratech (Less than a year)
working my co--workers, traveling to different city and states. being able too learn more about working with power , besides just setting transformers I also got time with the line crew.
There were two down sides while working at Infratech, # 1 leadership ,it wasn't there. # 2 the lack of work, work that we told the company had wasn't there.
Advice to Management
,m a very hard worker,held position, as foreman, and supervisor, working for Power companies and Natural Gas companies. I work for Chesapeake Steel, as a loader operator years ago.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Infratech.
one on one interview. very relaxed cause the interview keeps it like a conversation instead of question answer session. Questions were very general and open ended. I had interview fro career fair at University. Process was not explained properly and did not receive any phone call or an email even after I contacted the company.
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