CDIs Sub-contract company, who won the bid from KCI.
Typical day would be Document support, management supportive. co-workers kind, hardest part of job, waiting to hear if we won another year or two contract or if we lost the bid every one or two year(s). most enjoyable part when we won.
This is the job that you take because there isn't anything else available. Don't look for advancement or raises. I am making the same as I did 7 years ago. If your looking for a career, this is not the place.
Detailer III (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – June 14, 2015
The work day hours are flexible. The company has a large amount of experienced employees who will help you find how to complete a task, however, the upper management does not provide a good direction so you can tell which is the right or wrong way something should be completed.
Developed new skill sets in project based outsourcing engineering services
Vice President Business Development (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – June 11, 2015
typical day prospecting and adding input to SAP CRM tool learned about key account focus with UTC hands off management style they knew my make it rain work ethic co workers all had advanced technical degrees hardest part of the job was 80% plus travel most enjoable was winning new logos/customers
Senior Accountant (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 28, 2015
My work schedule was pretty flexible with my manager. I was able to learn a lot from my team members, and advanced my career at CDI under my managers' recommendation. My co-workers are funny and easy going. The hardest part of my job was to gain experience not only within my department, but also under internal auditing group. But because of the hard work and these extra responsibilities, I was able to learn and experience much more than a corporate accountant would, and I enjoy learning different things rather than routine work.
Sr. Project Manager/Program Manager (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 15, 2015
Benefits - Health benefits, time off (vacation, sick leave, etc) are non-existent. Health benefit plans are outrageous for the coverage. No interest in the person that is working at the client site for CDI.
Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Parlin, NJ – April 5, 2015
This job requires you to sale newspapers to people all over the united states. I've learned data entry and how to deal with different situations that customers had. In order to be successful in this field, you have to be a quick thinker and be independent. During the time I worked at CDI, most of the co-workers there were really nice people which made the work environment friendly.
Designer II (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – March 24, 2015
The company has some serious problem. They gave out raises then rescinded them the day they were suppose to show up on the paycheck. There haven't been raises in a long while. The health insurance is more expensive than CDIs competitors. There is no guarantee of having work so you better have pto saved up around Xmas (when most of GE is gone) or you'll be scrambling for work or just won't be paid.
Flexible schedule, nice work environment
Not guaranteed 40 hours of work, no paid sick/holiday time, no raises, high insurance costs
Startup Specialist/Mechanical Technician (Current Employee) – Pueblo, CO – March 19, 2015
Great company to work with, salary good,all expences paid and home leave every 28 days. Provide tools. High rated Temp Service,they take care of thier people,keep them informed most of the time of what is going on.
professional people to work with, cares about employees
PM (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – March 5, 2015
After a long career I left unhappy. I was not laid off, I left on my own terms. It saddens me to see how a vibrant company has lost it's way. "Respect for the individual" is gone. Finance runs the company now.
Preschool Teacher (Former Employee) – Toppenish, WA – February 23, 2015
Get on time, prepare classroom for children to arrive, have the circle area ready. Welcome children and their families, provide breakfast, Teach the lesson, activity outside, teach lesson and inside activity. I learn daily from children because they are unique,. Manage class with clear rules and following routines. Clear direction to the classroom assistant to prepare activities. The hard part of my job is letting parents know when their child did something negative. The most enjoyable part of my job is when a child learn something new.
Medical Editor/Transcriptionist (Current Employee) – Saint Louis Park, MN – February 19, 2015
Super place to work with many fun events occurring with both in-house and work at home staff. The hardest part of the job is to make sure that each and every report has your full attention to detail for accuracy and TAT. The most enjoyable part of the job is being appreciated and made to feel that you are a member of the team.
Mechanical Technician (Current Employee) – Pueblo, CO – February 1, 2015
a typical day at PCAPP consists of receiving work package from supervisor, performing and reviewing your start form, gathering tools, making sure all signatures are received and then begin project. I have learned a lot about working and safety procedures, concepts of hydronic testing. Management is great to work with, coworkers are great, as well. The hardest part of the job is waiting on quality control and making sure your paper work makes sense to them. The most enjoyable part of the job is the experience I am acquiring.
I learned so much working here at CDI with Lyondellbasell on their system called LMS. The staff including my immediate supervisor Rex George have always been very flexible with our schedule and have always provided us with a consistent work load.
flexible schedule and location
only that it was a temporary assignment which i was aware of