Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – El Centro, CA – January 17, 2016
A typical day at work would consist of arriving at 5 am. Preparing to serve breakfast by setting up the serving line. We began to serve breakfast at 630 which lasted until about 8. After that we clean up and set up for lunch. Served lunch and clean up and by then it was time to go. I learned how to balance my time and be productive at work.
flexible hours, good co-workers, most on design jobs
Senior Electrical & Instrumentation Designer (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – September 15, 2015
Check my email is always the first step of working day, and then I'll continue my job of last day. If there is not much job at that time, I would like to review some drawings and documents from previous projects.
Sometimes I communicate with other engineers, designers to share ideas and find the company culture and standards.
With a lot of experience in Electrical Engineering I can work as both engineer and designer. Not only I provide drawings, like single line diagrams, motor control schematics, PLC input & output, control panel layout, equipment layout, lighting system & layout, but also I develop PLC program & HMI program.
Service Manager (Former Employee) – Lawrence, KS – April 7, 2014
Overall the job pays good and treats you like family. The owner and his wife try to make everyone part of their family and she will make food and bring it in for everyone. She does this about once a week or so.
Detention Officer (Current Employee) – El Centro, CA – March 4, 2014
I enjoyed going to work everyday. There was always good leadership from the supervisors. My day to day job tasks varied from supervising detainees, working with CCTV and access control system, maintaining accurate and up to date logs books and administrative duties.
low priced employee meals, good benefits, excellent work location
Good people, poor management, marginal compensation
Engineer (Former Employee) – Amherst, NY – March 27, 2013
ATSI consists of a talented group of engineers with a variety of backgrounds. Management does not communicate effectively with technical staff. Poorly defined goals and overall uncertainty lead to low morale. Engineering talent is underutilized.
Director Of First Impressions (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – September 9, 2012
ATSI Group is a small recruitment firm that does great business. They put their employees in positions to maximize their skills and excel. The close employment team means a great deal of multitasking is required and one must think outside the box often times.
Detention/ Transportation Officer (Current Employee) – Los Fresnos, TX – July 4, 2012
Everything you do while working at a workplace, there must be communication with co-workers, management and detainees. Your mission can not be completed if you dont communicate with other people. Its like a chain, if you have a broken link, it will not function properly. Communcating with your workers makes your job easier at this camp site.
you get the feeling of understanding other culture diversity.
short breaks, can't go to the store and get some lunch due to the fact that everything is far from the facility.
AEC Business Consultant (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – May 1, 2012
ATSI is a terrific place to work. Friendly atmosphere, professional and knowledgeable people. Unfortunately, there is very low demand for the product - CAD software and training - currently, so compensation is not good.