Senior Staff Analyst (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 26, 2013
ARINC is a solid, forward-looking organization that produces some very interesting technology. I was very impressed by the continuous improvement initiatives as well as the level of ingenuity demonstrated by individuals as well as teams. This is a wonderful company to work for if you are a motivated individual who is comfortable taking initiative in technological projects.
Instructional Designer (Former Employee) – Panama City Beach, FL – October 17, 2012
ARINC is a top notch company to work for. The work environment was excellent. They gave us great tools and software to work with and followed all the HR policies to the letter. I highly recommend them.
great management, interesting jobs, good pay and benefits.
low turnover means that advancement opportunities don't happen very often.
Most of the people were assigned too many projects and others were not pulling their duties
Logistics Analyst (Former Employee) – Warner Robins, Georgia – May 11, 2012
Working on multiple projects Do not use the workers to there strengths Management was great Some co-workers were lazy harderst part of the job was company standards and procedures were not clear Most enjoyable part of the job was keeping busy
A Coherent team of people with great people and technical skills
C-17 PROGRAM MANAGER (Former Employee) – Warner Robins, GA – June 8, 2012
Enjoyed my short lived career at ARINC. Most every different job that I was assigned was challenging. I felt that I got a chance to contribute to their success while as the same time advancing my career experience.
Avionics Technician (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – August 8, 2012
The job is fun with good pay. Mgt uses the good ol boy system so if you are a brown noser you'll go far. The most enjoyable part of my job is when I am left alone to work. Don't expect raises or bonuses.
opportunity to learn and improve your skillset
mgt treats employees like checkers with no shift stability
Avionics Technician (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – April 7, 2015
Typical day at work was showing up at 7am and working till 4pm. Management didn't hassle you or stand over your shoulder the whole time they let you work as long as you were working with little micromanagement unless you became a liability.
Good Pay, paid vacation
Unstable job environment, work was based on contracts and if no contracts then layoffs were inevitable.
Logistic and hazardous material analyst (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – February 18, 2013
Though Arinc was still a young and growing company, the management team was very educated and detail oriented. the typical day at work with Arinc entailed maintaining a fast pace staying on top of the workload, while still maintaining a safe attitude and friendly relationship with coworkers.
Senior Program Manager (Former Employee) – Annapolis and International – January 22, 2015
ARINC was an 80 year old company full of very sharp folks who knew their jobs well. ARINC has deep roots in the community as a leader in philanthropic work and is a place one can expect the "way of the old school" of doing business though it is working towards a projectized and more efficient way of reaching margins.
Cafeteria onsite, located near everything in Annapolis.
Old way of doing business held back the company but now shifting towards more efficient methods.
Senior Flight Test Engineer (HH-60G) Helicopter (Current Employee) – Nellis AFB, NV – June 24, 2014
Typical day revolves around the maintenance workload and the flight schedule. Our primary goal at Arinc Flight Test is to provide an Airworthy aircraft to Air Force Combat Rescue crews. For the past 14 years I have traveled across the United States flight testing and accepting HH-60G helicopters from various locations. The experience we have is unmatched when it comes to HH-60 knowledge and flight sense.
Working for ARINC positioned me to be able to gain additional experience working on aerospace equipment. The most exciting experience was sitting in the cockpit of an aircraft performing acceptance testing.
Training students of new equipments, and also learning from their exeriences. Being sync with my co-workers makes it easer to manage. The hardest part of the job is day one locating the site and , setting up for training, I enjoy meeting new people day by day and traveling all over the world.