Engineer (Current Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – May 26, 2017
dead end job. No bonuses. No room for advancement. Such things as company picnics, gym reimbursement, 401k bonuses, business class travel on long flights, etc have all been eliminated in recent years. managements stance on retention is that we should all be happy we still have jobs. A majority of employees are over the age of 60 and only care about making it to retirement age. There is no sense of urgency on anything.
Engineer (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – April 27, 2017
I have enjoyed working for this company for the last nine years but it is tied to two cyclical industries so moral is pretty low. My coworkers are friendly and helpful. After you survive a cycle in one of the industries, you have a lot of comradery with your co-workers.
Mechanical Designer / Customer Service / Drives (Former Employee) – Midvale, UT – March 29, 2017
The department I was in was Customer Service/Engineering. Our supervisor treated us as equals and adults with no micro managing. We were free to voice ideas and criticisms with no worries of retribution. We knew what our jobs were and he let us do them.
Friendly people throughout department
Some programs were instituted with little input from those effected
Engineer IV / Project Engineer (Former Employee) – Midvale, UT – March 24, 2017
There is a strong culture of workplace bullying. The pressure to perform is immense, though it is inconsistent depending on the manager. The management decisions that have been made are going to bring the company to it's knees. I would definitely make sure you know what you are getting into. The workplace culture is not good. Jobs are always undersold and over-promised.
Senior Process Engineer / Process Manager (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – February 7, 2017
A typical day will include a stand-up review meetings among disciplines, follow-up of vendor schedules, update to clients update to management, design reviews and updates, job forecast, budget reviews. Developed my skills technically as a process engineer and collectively as an authority in project management. Work place culture was more official. Hardest part ws having redo work that had earlier been considered complete only to realize the flaws which had not earlier been identified. Then also was the ssue of resolving change management issues together with client. The most enjoyable part was when client showed satisfaction of work done.
Engineering Manager and Director of Engineering (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – January 17, 2017
A very good place to work with a family atmosphere. The products manufactured and sold were in the mining industry so the success depended on capital projects to meet revenue targets. If the mining market is strong so to will be the business.
I enjoyed working independently in a nice work environment.
Technical Writer (Former Employee) – Spokane, WA – January 1, 2017
I enjoyed working for a company who really cared about its employees. I worked for them for just over two years, producing replacement parts manuals in the technical writing department for large harvesting and mining equipment for all over the world, until they relocated to Utah.
I enjoyed working independently with minimal supervision
I didn't like working four tens, too many hours in one day
Mechanical-Engineer (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – December 20, 2016
Great co-workers and management extensive customer and vendor relationship. Cost accounting. I have spent the past years managing all aspects of operations including accounts payable and receivable, purchase requisitions and all expenditures. This gave me the opportunity to have a flexible schedule.
Career development, open to suggestions and good working culture.
Shift Production Team Leader (Former Employee) – Sumbe, Angola. – November 28, 2016
* Read shift reports, attend safety meeting, deligate production jobs, organise resources for production requirements, co-ordinate production jobs with quality, maintenance and optimisation departments to enhance production. * Learnt new FLS technology and management skills. * The FLS management was very supportive and encouraging more especially when I used to act as Production Manager. * We really worked as a Team more especially during break downs when one had to work late with other departments. * The hardest part of the job was during visa/vaccation rotations were one had to do more than one job. * The most enjoyable part of the job was when results were achieved after a challenge and when the target has been achieved.
They offered accomodation, breakfast, lunch and supper. Healthcare and took care of the travel expenses.
Healthcare was only when you were on site and travelling to and from site.
QC Inspector at orascom construction (Current Employee) – china – November 9, 2016
"*Plans activities and projects well in advance, and anticipates potential difficulties. *utilizes available resources effectively. *prioritizes workload in terms of urgency and importance. *organizes own time effectively, allocating realistic timescales for activities. *Ensures the efficient co-ordination of own activities by effective scheduling and the establishment of clear priorities." • Follow and leading construction activities . Observes and interprets people’s behavior.
Manager, Project Controls (PMO) (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – November 7, 2016
International company with many opportunities to engage with other colleagues on projects and continual improvement initiatives. Professional atmosphere and good benefits are available with incentives for those looking to maintain good health.