Cart Shop Technician (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – March 23, 2015
I learned a lot about how a shop works with filling out parts list, logging what you completed that day, and fixing all kinds of equipment; such as luggage carts, tow bars, repairing tires, and welding. good learning experience for what it is like on the outside of an airport where all the action is, and how truly important it is to be safe while you are out there doing your job.
could be a great job if the right people were in charge
Maintenance Tech (Former Employee) – Romulus, MI – March 18, 2015
It was a good job but the Lead technicians had too much power and too much time on their hands. Management didn't know enough about what was going on and relied solely on the Leads. No team work what so ever. Leads only interested in making themselves seem important by making others look bad to ensure their own job security.
decisions need to be case by case not straight policy
Ground Support Equipment Technician (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – February 26, 2015
I worked in the GSE department as a Jr. Tech. There are lots of Ford 300s running around which makes the job fairly straightforward when it comes to repair and diagnostics. I have been an automotive technician for the past 13 years and enjoyed working here.
Technician (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – October 28, 2013
My typical 10 hour day at work consisted of assuring that the conveyor system continuously ran and operated properly. As the only co-worker with electrical knowledge and experience, I took upon myself to teach others what I knew which in turn created a safer environment for everyone. Generally my coworkers were easy to work with but with all companies there were a few bad apples that detracted from actually enjoying work when they were around. I did enjoy solving the electrical problems that would arise from time to time.
jam runner/ control room operator (Former Employee) – reno – January 7, 2013
boring job, the people i worked with where nice, its major flaw was favoritism. impossible to get promoted unless your the bosses world of warcraft buddy. The boss would make small problems into big problems , and the big problems were usually ignored.