My experience at Airbus, the organization regardless of the change in ownership continue maintain the excellency in its products and service offering to its Customers. Employees regardless of change in ownership continue to demonstrate the excellency and commitment to the growth and development of the organization
Descent working environment. Can joke and laugh while at work.
Warehouse Associate(Receiving) (Current Employee) – Hapeville, GA – March 12, 2016
I'm expected to come in and do my job. They don't treat me like a robot or anything. It's not a lot of pressure on me, but I don't allow it to be because I do my job. We've had managers to come and go so, there is no stability there. I'm in the receiving department but I've cross-trained in other the departments, such as pick-pack, and some shipping. Most of my co-workers are fun to work with. A couple of the supervisors don't know how to stay professional or supervise there people. That can be most difficult about the job. They are about to shut down the warehouse by the end of November 2016 so, this is why I'm applying for other jobs. Transferring to Miami or Virginia is not feasible for me and my family.
Occassional free lunches, recofnition and rewards for being an employee for x amount of years.
Once we were bought out, no stablitiy. Didn't see a big potential of moving up in the company.
Quality Management Inspector (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – January 28, 2016
Benefits are above excellent. Facility has adequate lighting and is temperature controlled. I was told at during the job interview that there is absolutely no opportunity for advancement for Quality Inspectors.
Facility is temperature-controlled and well lit.
Absolutely no opportunity for career advancement or development.
Project and Team Leader (Current Employee) – Toulouse – October 15, 2015
Airbus has been one of the most beautiful work experience both professionally and on a personal level. Working for such an international company, you get to learn how to communicate and work in a multicultural environment. The success stories I had with the team allow me to build trustful and strong work relationships.
I have learned to work in a complex environment where things has to be delivered on time and quality. The customer is the priority!
One of the main challenges working for such a big company is that the decision making process can be slow and frustrating. By ensuring that all people impacted by any project is well informed and onboard, we were able to improve and speed up the decision making process.
Challenging projects, International Environment, Availability of trainings
Generally a good work-life balance, great benefits. Issues with management
Software Project Manager (Current Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – September 10, 2015
I have worked here just over 1 year and have found the group I work with to be fun and everyone values work-life balance. However, over time I have gained insight to upper management practices, not always truthful and affects employee confidence.
Airbus is the world's leading helicopter manufacturer. It's a good place to work.
Avionics Technician (Current Employee) – grand prairie – July 6, 2015
My day begin at 6:30 am every day. Usually I have a job already assigned from the day before. Normally I learn something new every day. Most of the co-workers complain of mismanagement including me. I believe that supervisors need a guide of learn how they should treat their employees or do more personal development. My co-workers are great and I can work with no problem with everyone. The most enjoyable part of the job is to learn something new.
co-workers, good attitude, good benefits, team work.
Short-breaks, mismanagement, lacking organization and poor communication
Sharing new Aviation information with professionals.
FBS and Ground Instructor (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – May 14, 2015
It was a really engaging and professional atmosphere at United. Highly motivated and skilled pilots came in to train on the best equipment with great support. Each 'customer' was helped to gain knowledge and skills to operate the Airbus and leave the school ready to work and provide safe and efficient transportation.
Internship (Current Employee) – Toulouse, B28 – May 4, 2015
I have an opportunity to work along with a magnificent crew who represent the Airline Safety Management department and gathered immense knowledge in the past so many days. My team comprises of various veteran pilots who render flight type-rating training to the airline pilots, also train the airline management with various safety related courses includes SMS.
A & P Mechanic (Former Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – April 15, 2015
Great management especially from the fist line supervisors. Very thorough quality assurance. Accomplished high standard of clean aircraft, Thorough Post Flight and Daily inspections. I learned a lot performing maintenance on EC145, EC120 and EC135 helicopters. Co-worker were helpful and we worked as a team. The hardest part of the job was the Overtime and not knowing when you would be released for the day do to unscheduled flights.
The people working at Airbus DS Communications are great!
Anonymous (Former Employee) – Temecula, CA – June 11, 2015
The employees at Airbus DS Communications are wonderful. Coworkers are encouraging and always seem to cheer you on. Upper management seem to always be willing to lend a helping hand with positive attitudes. Great culture of people.