Airgas Inc. – Billings, MT
• Inspect and maintain safety equipment supplied to the project • Deliver and pick up rental equipment • Must be able to interact with customers… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Large capital Outside Sales Position with subject matter expertise in the area of Welding Processes, Welding Applications and The Economics of… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – El Paso, TX
include the following. Other duties may be assigned Individual must have capability to perform duties outlined below, as well as to train and… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – Chicago, IL
include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Manage the day-to-day branch activities • Develop positive relationships with Customers… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – Lawrenceville, GA
Primary responsibility is data management and report development for Gas Operations. Additional responsibility as a backup for indirect procurement… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – Salt Lake City, UT
• Maintain specifications for • Power units • Material handling units • Trailers • Truck bodies • Liftgates • Decals… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – Tulsa, OK
Other duties may be assigned. • Makes studies and analyses of industrial accident causes and hazards to health for use by company personnel and… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – Medford, OR
The primary function of this position is to manage and direct sales activities of industrial gases and welding supplies in the assigned area of the… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – Phoenix, AZ
As an Operator - Production I you will manually and/or with the aid of material handling equipment move industrial gas cylinders to different areas… Airgas Inc.
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I worked at Airgas full-time for more than 8 yearsPros
Good financials, industry fairly "recession-proof", many locations, tremendous opportunity for the right people.Cons
Management by "who do you like, who do you know" rather than on real, objective performance and first hand experience of the individual worker. Poorly prepared managers, no coaching for success (rarely, have to be "boss lucky" and your "press" needs to be very positive.
First impression was that co-workers do not treat each other well, not supportive--almost mean to each other.
Local culture is leader dependent, not aligned with corporate culture.RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO