Maintenance (Former Employee) – NY – March 7, 2017
Clerical work, such as filing, and organizing air conditioning parts for industrial and commercial units in the warehouse, and office. Handling the hourly and overtime wages as well as benefits for A.C. technicians in the districts for technicians performing at state and federal sites.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Auburn, NY – February 23, 2016
My work days were busy there I got along with the people I worked with. I learned how to do various job functions. The hardest part of the job there was working on the line.I was making a very good pay rate there.I enjoyed to learn how to operate different machines.
MACHINE OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Verona, VA – May 7, 2013
Liked the people that I worked with no matter where I was in the plant. I liked coming in to work knowing where I was going to be and what to expect production wise. liked the supervisors that I worked with. Once they knew I can handle the job given to me they knew they could count on me to get the job done right and in a timely manner. The job itself was enjoyable, but I think I liked the enviroment I was surrounded in by my co-workers the best. There wasnt one person that wouldnt hesitate to help me if I needed it for any reason.
like that advancement for job openings within the plant is done by amount of years there.
dont like getting bumped out of an area im working in, and being put where ever the person that bumped you in thier place.
Good company to work for, business casual atmosphere.
Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Cerritos, CA – September 6, 2013
This is a field office and as such is small but services a very large area. Knowledge of HVAC industry is helpful, but you can learn on the job. Dispatch knowledge is very useful, knowledge of computers is required, shipping & receiving knowledge helps, and good customer service skills are key. Things are always changing/upgrading, so flexibility is important. Dress is business casual; customers rarely come into the office. This is a service office and interaction with the technicians is on a daily basis, as well as with sales reps and management.
Small office, flexibility, good opportunity to learn about the HVAC industry
Due to economic conditions, layoffs occurred in 2011.
Brake Press operator (Current Employee) – Auburn NY – January 27, 2015
I would form steel for assembly line.Through the years here at Mcquay international I have learned how to run brake presses and turrets.Iget along with all my co workers.The hardest part about my job would be changing out dies in machine.Ireal enjoy my job and all aspects of it.