Financial Administrator (Current Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – July 22, 2017
Very Busy from start to finish Unlimited learning, meaning learn as much as you want Management is awesome culture very diverse, great hardest part of job, none, just multi tasking Management, the people, and the diversity
Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL – July 17, 2017
Traveled many times from Virginia USA to Madrid Spain for meetings. I believe we all suffered from jetlag and did not get all we could out of the meetings. We were in Spain for 3.5 days before we had to return,
Structural Engineer (Current Employee) – Mobile, AL – July 5, 2017
Structures Engineering group is a tight-knit group. We perform well as a team to accomplished a similar goal of worldwide aircraft support. We have also aided in design modification for C-212 and CN235 aircraft.
Blade Technician (Former Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – June 11, 2017
Worst place to work. The people in this shop are complete backstabbers. If your new to the industry and want to excel in the aerospace industry DO NOT go here! This is a dead end job. ITS A COMPLETE SWEATBOX
System Installer (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL – June 6, 2017
Don't ever use their speak up culture they say they want badly. They use it to remove those workers from the company. I know several people who used it and the are all gone except a few. And all those people have been written up and in the process of begin let go. On the other hand they hire a lot of ex military personal ( I am one of them). This is part of their problem. It has the military culture and you all know you cant speak your mind. Its truly a enigma.
steady work, clean enviorment, nice cafateria, hire ex military, plenty of training.
To advance you must step on your mothers neck most of the time, Its difintly not what yhou know its who youy can throw under the bus
There is not to much to tell. The management level is poor. There is non-satisfactory effort to train the personnel. If comparing with the Boeing policy, the Airbus is not a appropriate work place for growing the professional level.
Quality Document Analyst (Current Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – May 3, 2017
it is a good company to work for a little behind in the technology tho. Will keep contractors on way too long unless you know someone within the company. They have favorites within the department as well.
Sr. Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – April 13, 2017
When we had are previous CEO this was a great place to work, he cared for his people and made sure it showed. Our current CEO is only focused on making himself look good at whatever the cost the to the employee.
There is no communication between the top level management and middle/lower level management. If top level management doesnt like your manager they will make his life a nightmare. The lack of communication is sometimes still astounding. Last minute notification making lower level employees have to work overnight and weekends, seems to happen more and more often. Costing them time with their families while the "higher ups" parade around in fancy suits speaking about dinners or outings they had with customers.
I am very grateful that my direct boss, doesn't let the way his boss talks and treat him affect that way he treats his team. He is one of few that i would totally recommend working for, if he sticks around.
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lack of communication from top management to middle and lower level management, everyone out for themselves, no communication between departments, awful work culture