Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Washingtonville, PA – June 22, 2016
was ok at first..then we got a real clown for site manager. only upper echelon employees are respected, and seems all "managers" (term used loosely) will outright lie to you....worst work experience of my life.
Network Administrator I (Current Employee) – Peoria, IL – June 12, 2016
ATS is a great place to work. It is a fast paced environment where everyone is friendly and easy to work with. They work with factories and businesses to provide maintenance and repair to factory machines, IT services, and consulting.
Engineering Technician (Current Employee) – Peoria, IL – June 7, 2016
Typical day at work would involve coordinating with fellow engineers and mechanics to get work completed on dozers. I have learned a lot while working as an Engineering Tech. I learned how to upload software to dozers, how to coordinate with multiple people to get jobs completed, and I also learned how the power train system works. Overall, it was a great learning experience.
I dont recommend working here to advance your career or even support a family on the pay scale.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL – June 1, 2016
When hired I was told there would be many opportunities to learn new skills and advance through experience and training. These things did not happen even after repeated request for placement and or assignment of jobs/task to advance and improve my experiences. Then the raises were insulting less than 1%. My experience and technical training were not utilized here and I was used as a somebody to perform task that someone with no education could have performed. This could be the reason they had little retention and poor reviews from previous employees I had encountered, after I informed them who my employer was, during and after the fact. I would not recommend this company to anyone. Most everyone I worked with there was looking for another job.
Wireless Fatigue Engineer (Current Employee) – Mossville, IL – June 1, 2016
Overall, not a bad place to work. Being a contracted service provider, the job security is a little stressful at times. Sometimes employee progression isn't communicated between out-going and incoming supervisors so advancement is sometimes frustrating.
Each morning we would have a safety meet and /or up date on what happen the shift before.It helped a lot to let you know what was gone on and what else needed to be done.I learned a lot about the internet.The safety lesson we had to do on line made you think about think a home before you done them. So, this was a good think.For a total the company and guys were good.
Facility Maintenance Manager (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – May 2, 2016
Responsible for Contractor and facility management, and Reliability issues on production equipment. Managing quotes, invoices project management, Cost savings on equipment downtime issues and downtime tracking. Direct management of 5 facility technicians.