Machine operator (Former Employee) – Brea, CA – October 1, 2017
Bristol was a alright place to work, but too many people didn't do their work. Very busy, worked a lot. I enjoyed learning about new machines. Learned about a lot different gauges as well as learned to read blueprints.
Unit Coordinator (Current Employee) – Brea, CA – September 17, 2017
Things are improving company is growing.I see lots of new faces everyday but i think this place need more experience people than what they are hiring Most of the new people i see have nothing to do with the product we make.We have 30 percent employees which do not touch the parts, for the size of this company it should not be more than 10 per.
Metallurgist (Former Employee) – Brea, CA – March 27, 2017
Had the opportunity to learn fasteners manufacturing. Assisted in the operations of the metallurgical lab, NDT Lab, vacuum heat treating of parts, and in anodizing and plating of finished parts. Was given the opportunity to assist in NADCAP audit of the met lab, NDT, and heat treat.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Brea – September 26, 2016
My review on bristol industries is nothing negative they offered me good hours and great pay it was because i was working for a temp agency and they told me some days that they didnt have work for me so i had to find something better
Technician (Former Employee) – Brea, CA – September 22, 2016
Semy good benefit but overall a good place to work and gain some aerospace experience. Manangent need a bit of improving as well as more better planning during beginning of the month. Againg a good company with many knowledgeable personal.
Lead Man/Screw Machine Set Up Operator (Former Employee) – Brea, CA – September 21, 2015
before the bell sound I like go say good morning to my co-workers. I start my day thinking in quality and production after. I'm learning to work with co-workers from diferents countries. The most enjoyable part of the day is filling good for the quantity and Quality in a good day.
Assembler/Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Brea, CA – August 7, 2013
They are always on top of things. One of the best companies I have ever worked for. I operated machinery, assembled and inspect the finished product. Bristol Industries works for companies like Boeing.
Technical Internship (Former Employee) – 111 W 16th Avenue – May 23, 2013
The work environment is great and the management is that of someone who is a leader, instead of just a "boss" if there was an open position when I was interning, I would have jumped on it faster than you can blink.
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER (Current Employee) – Brea, CA – May 3, 2013
I started working for At&t as an indirect sales rep. I other words I would be in charge a various retail location such as Staples, Best Buy, and Radio Shack. They have really good benefits, such as tuition reimbursement and paid vacation.
Senior Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Brea, CA – April 13, 2012
Administrating contracts, making negotiations, submitting proposals, quoting by fax and e-mail.I learned how to negotiate contracts, how to price manufactured parts. Management wasn't very savvy of the product and that was a set back to negotiations. My co-workers were very dedicated to their jobs. The hardest part of my job was to differentiate the commercial parts from the military parts, but, that came with time and I finally learned the difference. The most enjoyable part was to deal with the customers and provide excellent customer service.