IT Specialist (Former Employee) – Benton Harbor, MI – May 19, 2016
The "home appliance" company they're talking about is Whirlpool and the $15.00/hour wage is nothing. Whirlpool pays at least $25.00/hour for the position recently posted. Don't let them get that much of a percentage when you're doing all the work!
Document Specialist (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – March 5, 2014
I was a document specialitst with this company and I did not really like working for the company but I enjoyed working for the client. This position was awesome. I had various duties and this was very enjoyable. I did not like that I was not able to utilize my recent skills that was acquired online for Medical Billing and Coding. The most difficult part of that position was having the position end.
Engine Performance Engineer (Current Employee) – Mossville, IL – November 8, 2012
• Part of a team working to deliver diesel engine development programs. • Use client in-house softwares to build and validate engine models with actual lab data. • Determine engine performance for various engine applications and predict the same at various operating conditions. • Optimize engine performance, using in-house tools, to meet customer requirements, while minimizing exhaust emissions, and also determine the altitude capability of the engine. • Interact with test cell analysts, on a regular basis, to determine the progress of an engine being run in a test cell. • Document and present results, make suggestions/recommendations to improve on issues arising during engine testing and model validation. • Maintain strong peer relationships with internal/external suppliers and various teams at client site. • Look after the Product Specification Request (PSR) of various projects on a regular basis and see to it that the project meets the expected deadline.