Junior Accountant (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – October 12, 2017
I would start by opening the mail, and running vendor payments filling payments, journal entries, run checks process all batches for check run. I worked at this company for a long time, and seen people come and go, believe me, The higher ups don't care about you, just their bonus check, that's it.
Data Analyst and Prototype Development Manager (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – September 29, 2017
Great company. They always took care of employees as much as possible. Great benefits. Some stress, but manageable. Management was fair, but with some interdepartmental rivalry. I learned a great deal about aircraft and management. There were many great people to work with and good resources. The hardest part of the job was conflicting direction from management due to a lack of consideration of needs and shifting priorities accordingly. Overall, a great place to work.
Security Officer (Full-time) (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – August 19, 2017
Employment with DFJ allows it's employees to meet and work with people from all over the world. People of different cultures and walks of life. There was nothing hard about my job as security. The most enjoyable part of my job was getting to meet customers from all over the world.
health benefits and 401K
Isn't good about giving raises to those lower than management.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR 72202 – July 27, 2017
I worked in the warehouse pulling orders for our customers. I used a RF scanner to scan bar codes on parts. We had a great team of employees. Our goal was to pull at least 170 parts per person a day. I really enjoyed giving our customers their orders on time.
free lunches when we went over and above our dudies.
Some interesting jobs, but wrong culture and resource/skills management
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – June 24, 2017
Opposing cultures (French/American) still cause many issues in this company. This should actually be used as a tremendous asset, but management seems to ignore how to exploit this strength. Strong and impermeable French community within the company is not well perceived by the vast majority of Americans working there. Falcon Jet is an American company and should function as such, without wrongful interference and with more support from the French senior leadership team (which rotates every few years, at the disadvantage of the facility's success). Resource is managed on an "as needed" basis, resulting in regular lay-offs of even 20+ year employees. This does not demonstrate that the company values its employee's experience and dedication, which has a major impact on morale.
Good pay and benefits for the Arkansas facility
Management, culture, employee support, resource and skill management
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – June 20, 2017
You can not trust the management. ( Managers and up) They blame their short comings and mistakes on the Team leads and crews. They will definitely hang you out to dry if they need to protect themselves.
Office Receptionist (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – June 2, 2017
Its a ver big company yet they make it a priority to make you feel like they know everyone. Great place to work. All the employees have great attitudes and that makes it even better to work for this company.
Great benefits, Great Pay, Awesome Holiday Breaks, Very Good Bonus Program and Vacation Days
Engineer (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – May 24, 2017
Work is easy but goes through cycles of not having enough to working overtime to catch up. Catia V5 self taught or by your cube mate. Management keeps you in the dark and will stab you in the back to hide their own mistakes.
Good place to learn and expand your knowledge of processes.
Junior Accountant (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR 72202 – May 2, 2017
The department I worked in was always very busy, but my co-workers and supervisor were great to work with.
Management encouraged us to select 2-3 different training opportunities each year. This allowed us to grow in our field as well as learn how to work with different personalities and deal with a very busy schedule.
Because of our industry we were always to act and dress in a professional manner, never knowing when a customer might be walking past your office.
Due to the fact we were always so busy, it could get stressful. Especially so at month end when we had so many added responsibilities You definitely had to manage your time wisely.
I enjoyed my co-workers, and the willingness we all had to assist each other when needed. I also appreciated receiving commendation for a job well done from my management.
Associate Manufacturing Engineer (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – April 3, 2017
Research requests and maintenance orders for production to comply with engineering. I have learned how to read 2D drawings and 3D drawings. Excellent management with a very diverse culture, working with people from all over the world. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to make productions job easier.
very good benefits, extremely unorganized production system
Supervisor Manufacturing Operations (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – March 29, 2017
the insurance was great also the pay was comparable or better than the local market. the communication between departments was terrible. the possibility of layoff come and go with a very high end sensitive market.