Driver (Current Employee) – Lorton – December 6, 2013
Terrible place to work. Very unprofessional not only at their Lorton location but at senior management level. Last branch manager forced out. Your be sorry. Low pay/no raises and terrible working condition. I would rather be unemployed!
Window Frame Welder (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – February 19, 2017
Operate production line machinery and computers. Troubleshoot production line machinery. Perform equipment change-overs. Responsible for quality control. Make adjustments as necessary to produce product within specifications. Reject product outside of specifications. Operate within standard operating procedures (SOPs) and Job Safety Analysis (JSAs). Operate forklift to maintain raw material supply for the production line. Complete daily production logs. Perform preventive maintenance (PMs) on production line machinery. Communicate with operators from other shifts. Clean and maintain work area. Turn off and lock out equipment when not in use. Other duties as assigned.
Management Training Program Associate (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – February 3, 2017
Great opportunity for recent grads going into operations. You get to learn the ins and outs of the company and experience each division. You will work with supply centers, manufacturing, and corporate functions.
I worked for AMI at the Alside Nashville Supply Center. The Supply Center Manager and Ops Manager were solid in every professional aspect. They expected your all, and gave you theirs which embodied the entire culture at this supply center. I worked hard, but more importantly I enjoyed, trusted, and had fun with my colleagues. I would highly recommend this company.
Great culture, good pay and benefits.
Training is often sink or swim on your own (can be achieved), little room for quick advancement.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Kinston, NC – September 12, 2016
Don't do it, look elsewhere, the place is absolutely horrible. If your a production supervisor you can do a lot better than this place. They will make you promises and they wont keep them. They told me during the interview process that I would be required to work 11 hours one or two days a week during their busy season. I worked 12 1/2 days for 8 months. and Sat. The place is a revolving door they hired 3 supervisors in Aug. not one of us made it a year. two of us resigned and one was terminated. The of Kinston NC plant is over run by gang members (bloods and Crips) will be your employee base. They have no security at the front gate people just come in and out at will. I can go on and on,. Just take my advice and look someplace else.
Engineer Technician (Former Employee) – Cuyahoga Falls, OH – May 15, 2016
Some Things are best left not said. I learned a lot about Management change and the lack of respect and rewards towards employees that took the company to a profitable margin and releasing the ones that took the company there.
Project Coordinator (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – March 17, 2016
Upper Management manages from a distance via text and email. Very little in-person management. When I first met my regional manager, he turned down my outstretched hand and acted as if I did not exist.
Manufacturing Engineer (Former Employee) – Cuyahoga Falls, OH – February 17, 2016
Good company if you do not work in the corporate headquarters (Cuyahoga Falls). You will be asked to reduce downtime but the company does not invest in parts or time for the maintenance department. Workload is heavy but does not include time spent assisting production which can take up a majority of your time. Management puts in place priorities but they are always changing based on plant performance. There is high turnover in the production and engineering departments which lacks experience.
Lead Receiving Clerk/Asst (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – December 11, 2015
Management holds employees to a high standard. Always willing to teach you if your willing to learn. Your have to set your self apart and like to work to gain respect. This job is for those that like to work and take pride in their work. If its just a check you wont make it far.
N/A (Current Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – July 22, 2015
Yeah sure it's a great place for advancement, depending on who ya are. Good work is definitely not recognized. Very little communication between management and the workers. Workplace safety has really gone downhill. Organization, well there isn't much of that either. Sure your job is secure during the Summer time. Come early December though, time to start looking for something else. My advice here.......move on to the next posting.
Corporate Engineering (Current Employee) – Cuyahoga Falls, OH – July 14, 2015
Engineering departmaent is always busy, the only problem is the upper management is ruining this company. With all the mandatory OT that all the production works, how they treat employees, it just is not a place I would recommend to anyone.