Welder II (Former Employee) – Freeport, TX – October 4, 2016
My typical work day start at 430pm and end at 3am. Matrix had provided pier diem for my stay in Freeport, TX. I am flexible in my schedule, I willing to work whatever shift is provided to me. I enjoy the camaraderie of my co-workers and management team. I am confident in my experience and skills I possess, I do not find things to be to difficult. I enjoy my craft and skills that I have develop over the years.
Major changes require strategic vision and action.
Manager (Former Employee) – North Dakota – October 7, 2016
Matrix is a good company in the present scope of its operations. An entry into the expanded field of Engineering, Procurement and Construction was somewhat premature based upon the infrastructure not in place, which was the hardest part of the job. Most co-workers are dedicated and hard working but are thwarted by the processes. The enjoyable part of the job was seeing the initial efforts made by the company to expand into a "new" area.
More companies should follow the way they ran a company!
Administrative assistant and Data entry processor (Former Employee) – Calabasas, CA – August 11, 2016
Great company! I worked 32 years for this company and they know how to maintain a friendly and family oriented work environment! They never had a high turnover like most companies and they recognize loyal and hard working employees! Management knew how to run a company and keep the staff happy! I have learned a lot from this company over the last 32 years. I learned how to work with electronic switching relay devices for the military and other government entities. I also learned how to blue print read schematics for electrical components. I then learned how to run the front end business part of company. My co-workers and I all worked together as a team! This is how all employees should work on a daily basis! The hardest part of the job was having to leave the company after working 32yrs helping the company grow from the ground up. The owner decided to retire and sell the business. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to wake up every morning and saying to myself I feel good about going to work today and making a difference. I will truly miss working for the Matrix Systems!
A typical day on the road would be prepping and going over the concepts we had focused on for the day. I learned to enjoy every moment. Management was wonderful and extremely helpful in every way. I loved being able to work with different types of people and the fast paced environment.
Inspectior (Former Employee) – Brighton, MI – October 3, 2016
We went from shop to shop in michigan to sort part good from bad.. Was a good job got to meet new people and always worked somewhere differnt just wasnt enough hours for me. Never everyday work it was more like week work week off and so and on. I need more on a consistency then what matrix has to offer
Lead Welder (Former Employee) – Tulsa ok – September 26, 2016
work is fine if there was more of it pay was okay senoritydoesnt mean a thing a this company if you make less money you are more than likely busier than some who makes more and knows what they are doing.
per deim mileage
500 miles from home but only get sub for days worked
Engineer (Former Employee) – Florham Park, NJ – September 6, 2016
-does not pay overtime to its employees -does not promote from within -frequent staff and management changes over the course of months -nonexistent "annual" review process -"annual" review process and promotions/bonus have zero correlation
IRONWORKER/WELDER (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ 85713 – September 2, 2016
A very good company to work for. Co-workers are very hard workers and are always keeping themselves busy. Foremen's are always on task with equipment's that are need and if documents need to be approved.
Internal Medicine Case Manager (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 22, 2016
It was a great contracting company to work for. I worked 40 hours per week. I had to learn the ropes the hard way as the company has no control over how the Military manages employees. But overall, the company listened to employees. There was no chance for advancement.