NDT Project Coordinator/Management Team (Former Employee), Marietta, GA – February 5, 2013
Pros: great atmosphere
Fast pace, challenging, I learned about non-destructive testing, how to do proposals/quotes, management was all great easy to work with, I got along great with my co-workers, the hardest part of my job was learning the technical background, the most enjoyable was working closely with my technicians and customers.
Technitian (Current Employee), Kennesaw, GA – October 7, 2012
Unfortunately, in the department I currently work there is no opportunity for advancement (and most all of the departments are the same way). Even though other departments may run with strict rules, it seems to me that the overall management overview of the employees is that everyone is expendable. The pay is mediocre at best, but the relax schedule – more... may be a good perk for some.
Oh btw, in here is definitely WHO you know in the company and NOT WHAT you know. – less
This small company has lost two different manufacturing engineers in less than a year. It's the third posting for the same position in about two months. They've managed to reject more than three dozen applicants and are still searching. There's something wrong with this picture. It appears their management isn't capable of recognizing good employees.
Assembler, Applied Technical Services (Former Employee), Everett, WA – April 20, 2012
Pros: free lunches
Cons: no health benifits
A typical day at work was a 10 hr. day, if there was enough work for everybody. I learned a lot about assembling different types of machinery and also a lot about test equipment too. My co-workers were great. The hardest part of my job was probably the standing for 10 hrs. a day which wasn't really that bad. The most enjoyable part of the job was my – more... work and the people that I got to meet during my time there. – less
Not a bad place to work, but a little too large of a company for my tastes.
Metals Analyst (Former Employee), Marietta, GA – January 6, 2012
The intermingling of personnel between the different departments was encouraged and made the work environment more enjoyable as it allowed for better project coordination and easy befriending. If you were a go-getter like I was, though, and someone who wanted to make a difference you had to wait in line until you were told to do so.