Lead/ Inventory Control Supervisor (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – August 5, 2014
Had a meeting everyday with my workers that consisted of 30 employees in the inventory department to see what everyones goal was for the dat to finish production.I learned alot about if your employees are having problem with a certain job task there is nothing wrong with helping them find a new way to make it much easier on them.my co-worker an other – more... supervisors are fun to work with an i enjoyed comunicating with them to make sure production ran smooth for the day. – less
learned alot and move up in the company... enjoyed working there
Purchasing/Planner Assistant /Customer Service (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – July 22, 2014
Pros: learned alot and move up in the company... enjoyed working there
• Expedited open purchase orders to meet committed schedule dates • Reviewed international freight bills for accuracy and submitted bills for payment • Prepared actual, backorders, measurements, and fiscal reports on a monthly basis • Tracks all purchases made for monthly billing • Oversaw the movement of material and inventory control by manages daily – more... material hold reports and releases - Including customer escalation lists. - Daily conference call with customer to review olds reports. • Prepared debit and credit invoices for all shipping discrepancies. • Cycle counting, investigating product damages and shortages • Lift truck, cherry picker, and pallet jack experience – less
RF Intern (Current Employee), St. Petersburg, Fl – July 15, 2014
As an intern I have been exposed to all levels of my department. I have been allowed to work on my own, presenting my work when a project is done and I have done guided work with seniors in the department. I've been treated like a full time employee rather than just an intern. The hardest part of the job is keeping up with the pace and remaining ready – more... for anything. The most enjoyable part of the job is the learning from the experienced people there. – less
Sr. Global Design Engineer (Former Employee), Saint Petersburg, FL – June 28, 2014
Pros: free popcorn, relaxed atmosphere
Cons: large workload at times
Jabil is a great place to work. They offer good benefits and competitive enough salaries to keep people around for a while. Sometimes work can overtake personal life if one is not wary there. Overall though, a great place with great people!
Recieving (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – June 25, 2014
Coming into the workplace getting myself ready for the task that is given. I have learned to work as a team player, to manage time wisely, and to work in a steady pace. Team leaders always walk around to make sure everybody is doing their job and make sure everyone is comfortable with the task that is given. Work area is always clean throughout the – more... shift to ensure the safety of myself and others. My co workers were hardworking people, they trained newcomers how to work as a team, how to stay productive, and how to get the job done. The hardest part of the job is when the line get overcrowded and the produces become hard to maintain. Working with my team. – less
Excellent place to work with great benefits and excellent pay.
ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee), St Petersburg, FL – May 27, 2014
Pros: taken out for free lunches when department made quota. always did nice things for the people.
Cons: non as i could see
I scanned Licenses and Contracts for the company, prepared Excel spreadsheets for Licenses and Contracts that were not signed by both parties, made new file folders for Licenses and Contracts, called clients to get information, answered phone, made copies of Licenses and Contracts, faxed copies to client's customers, ordered supplies and helped out – more... in other areas when I finished my work. – less
employee (Current Employee), poughkeepsie – May 9, 2014
Pros: don't do it
Cons: work somewhere else
A typical day is full with uncertainties. I have learned that a large company such as Jabil Circuits, should have a more hands on approach to the small cell it acquires to, bring it to the highest level of corporate responsibility. This location promotes bullying from mgmt - This location has serious EOE violations. People walking around crying and – more... complaining of heart issues because of all the stress and long hours. Hourly people are putting in 15-20 hr days with no time for life balance, and if you complain you will be fired. This place has been called a sweatshop from IBM employees for yrs. Watch out people you will regret this job site. – less
Lead Manufacturing Trainer (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – April 15, 2014
This company was a great company to work with at the beginning, but as times progressed it wasn't the company I wanted to continue myself working for. The management isn't that great and you hardly get the hours to maintain a regular pay check. Overall, I really liked this company despite of the problems I occurred here.
Quality Inspector (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – March 23, 2014
Developed and maintained QA plans and process routings, which reflect intended/actual activities. Provided support for all quoting activities by participation in initial process design, development, and implementation phases.
Evaluated and supported inspection processes via inspection aids and instruction guidelines.
Supported all training programs – more... by development and implementation of specialized training sessions for all applicable functions.
Conducted periodic review and maintenance of all documentation files; develops appropriate systems for document storage and access.
Reviewed all supplier or customer discrepancies. Coordinated and tracked the corrective/preventative action effort.
Provided trend analysis of defects occurring at the customer, supplier and internally – less
Good place to work. Hours depend on JIT planning. Good pay, benefits.
Manufacturing Trainer II (Current Employee), Memphis, TN – March 20, 2014
There is always a form of training. It could be from a product change, Lean manufacturing change. The hardest part of the job is when hours is cut due to the lack of work. That usually happens at the end of quarter end for the workcell.
Bench Tech. Lab Tech (Former Employee), St. Petersburg Florida – February 13, 2014
Pros: own office. different work every day to do.
Cons: last minute request. spur of the moment request.
Design and build text Fixtures. Solder on SMT and Through Hole Components. Support the Engineers with designs. Implement Modifications. Learned different aspects of the engineering process. Learned more about electrical design an electricity. Most enjoyable thing about the job was learning new things. working from 6:00am - 2:30pm. Never really seen – more... Management. Most of my co workers were very supportive and willing to help when needed. – less