Typical day for an On-site rep is to make sure the bins are full with the parts, there are no Back orders, all the reports are updates and sent to client consistently. Check inventory and process ad hoc orders. Learned a lot at this job, however it is all through self coaching and initiative taking. Training is adequate but due to the dynamic nature of the production and client, many new things I had to take the initiative to learn. The management is not "Not supportive" but at the same time not appreciative as well. Everyone has an attitude as if it's some one else's fault. There is low ownership of responsibility and low reward for those who initiate and excel. The culture of the company is not proactive and inclusive. The hardest part of the job is having to work with incompetent people at the same level. The most enjoyable part of the job is you feel like you're contributing to the big picture which is building a plane.
No long hours, Boss not around to micromanage
Boss not around to oversee incompetence of peers, few challenges.