Structural Designer (Former Employee), St. Louis, MO – October 31, 2013
As a contract engineer, I worked in St. Louis, MO at Boeing and never met anyone face to face at Chipton-Ross. However, the Chipton-Ross team always answered my questions and addressed my needs. I enjoyed the 10 years and got professional treatment all the way.
Contract Manufacturing Engineer (Former Employee), Everett, WA – May 17, 2013
Pros: cafeteria food was great
Cons: a pressure cooker
This was working a new program with each new director taking the Manufacturing Engineering community in a different direction as they and there support staffs were replaced. From having been part of the "Tiger Team" located on the hanger floor next to a/p 1 we were establishing assembly work for the technician's putting non complete assemblies as received – more... from partners to complete the airplane for flight test. Co-worker were also learning the new systems as we went forward. To me the hardest art of the job was trying to get the immature CATIA SUITE to work as had been advertised. The most enjoyable part was to take my wife out for sushi at least once a week – less
Project Administrator for BOEING Site Services (Current Employee), Everett, WA – April 19, 2013
Pros: there's never a dull moment. something is always in progress.
Cons: no bennifits
Review active job status, and respond to all questions and concerns. Attend meetings to review design, financial budgets and spend plans, review project status updates. Visit job sites to verify installation and construction accuracy. Document all purchases in accordance with established processes. Meet with vendors and contractors to establish Scope – more... of Work as needed. – less
Boeing Contractor (Former Employee), Seatte, WA – March 12, 2013
In my opinion a contract company should be in contact with the employees they are contracting out. My contract was handed to this company because my previous company could not have virtual employees. In the two years, I worked for them I received little to no communication from them. They had no idea when my job description changed and I didn't know – more... until after I left that a fellow coworker had received a raise because they had put in for it. One would think they would have tried to see if my job had changed enough to warrant one. – less
Work Control Analyst I (Former Employee), Newport News – February 2, 2013
Pros: flexible hours
My day consisted of developing work permits, work authirization forms (WAF's), and tag-outs for the trades so that upgrades can be done to the Aircraft Varriers that are in their overhaul period. The management was very easy to communicate with, and the co-workers were very helpful and easy to get along with. The hardest part of my job was making sure – more... that i had the correct isolation and tag-out for the equipment so that the workers can be safe and work on de-energized equipment.The most enjoyable part of my job was getting recognition for a job well done. – less