Buyer's Assistant (Current Employee), Minneapolis, MN – February 17, 2013
Pros: other job oppurtunities
Graco is an employer with great benefits - concern for employees health with incentives, educational training on location, fair pay for the job positions and very good health insurance. I was employed by Graco back in the 80's and this still applies today.
Mechanical Assembler (Former Employee), Rogers, MN – January 4, 2013
Work for the benefit of society/helping other's, learn new knowledge for future leadership. getting along with individual is one of the key in a safe working environment, the most challenging on a job, is to alert in life dealing with personal problem threw out., putting a smile in everyone around you, is very challenging, knowing you did your part – more... to help other's make you feel better. it will make me go home relieve. – less
Challenging and rewarding position as import/export analyst
Customs Compliance Specialist (Former Employee), Minneapolis – May 17, 2012
Pros: the universal family-like atmosphere and comrade, autonomy.
Cons: lack of benefits (contractor)
A typical work day involves the classification of imported/exported Graco commodities. This involves using a variety of resources, as well as collaboration and interaction with co-workers to interpret and apply proper Harmonized Tariff classification code. In addition to classifying commodities, I am responsible for updating information in Graco's information – more... database, which is used by brokers who convey this information to U.S Customs and Border Patrol thus ensuring compliance. My co-workers and I work closely with Graco's Compliance supervisor who ensures uniform standards of classification are applied to all Graco imports and exports. The hardest part of my job is coordinating with other members of the compliance department to ensure a consistent, uniform standard of classifying all Graco imports and exports. The most enjoyable part of my job is collaborating with other departments to achieve mission success. – less
A typical day started out as a review of the coming workday schedule, go over the list(s) of the equipment you are required to build, gather the parts needed to build said equipment, go about building product(s). I have learned how to be productive in a fast-paced industrial work environment, and the management was very helpful in various areas, my – more... co-workers were very supportive, and the hardest part of the job was leaving at the end of the day. The most enjoyable part of the day was at the end; where you were able to look back on your day and be content on all that you have accomplished. – less
Productve, fair, positive and a great place to work!
CNC Machinist (Former Employee), Mpls., MN. USA – May 9, 2012
Productve, fair, positive and a great place to work! I enjoyed working at Graco and was pleased with all the support from engineers and programmers. I was a set-up/operator on several CNC Milling Centers and Lathes.
GERENTE DE SERVICIO (Former Employee), Monterrey, NLE – May 14, 2014
PROGRAMAR AL ,PERSONAL MTECNICO PARA ATENDER LOS SERVICIOS PREVIAMENTE ADQUIRIDOS, ATENDER URGENCIAS PERSONALMENTE CON ASISTENCIA TECNICA, INVOLUCRAMIENTO CON TODOS LOS DEPARAMENTOS,APOYO DE LA DIRECCION, ENTENDER LA ADMINISTRACION APOYAR AL CLIENTE