Customer Service Engineer (Contractor) (Former Employee), Reston, VA – May 9, 2013
Responsibilities include the service and repair of Xerox copiers, fax machines, high volume digital front office machines in Washington, DC. Locations include government offices, hospitals, military bases, law enforcement agencies, etc. Update software and firmware. Maintain personal parts inventory. Communicates with Xerox management and customers – more... regarding a variety of status updates and inquiries. – less
Easy to work with. Any issues I've had were resolved expeditiously.
Contractor (Current Employee), Greer, SC – November 23, 2014
I've only worked with PDS Tech for a month so it's kinda hard to give much of a review. The dealings I've had with them have been what I would expect. They have resolved any questions or issues promptly and courteously.
Helpdesk (Former Employee), Irving tx – November 13, 2014
Pros: none horrible company run as fast as you can
Cons: favoritism and gossipy people who need to grow up.
This place is a d#$& sweat shop no communication with the management, they send you to a well known company that is a revolving door and treats the workers like trash and you have to be good at kissing behind if you want to keep your job. If anyone contacts you about this position and want to send you to Fujitsu run away you will regret it they lie – more... and tell you that you will go permanent and you won't there are people who have been there for over 2 years working contract and stuck if you need a job just to pay the bills then go for it but if you are looking for a career look elsewhere. – less
Got to see practically the whole state of Md., and paid well also.
Election Day Support Specialist (Former Employee), Baltimore, MD – August 11, 2014
Unfortunatly, job was only temporary during voting session. I must say was one of the most exciting, rewarding employments I've ever had. 'Looked forward to going to work (and getting off) everyday. I hope the opportunity comes again!
Manufacturing Technician (Current Employee), Charleston, SC – July 18, 2014
My work schedule is 6 am till 330 pm Mon-Sat. Clock in, go to meeting, report to work area, gather tools, go to work area, work till break, work till lunch, work till punch out. Damage control unexpected problems, resolve and resume. I have learned many skills that can further my goals as a professional aircraft assembly mechanic. Coworkers are all – more... friendly and helpful. The hardest part may be the paperwork involved and passing inspection with quality assurance inspectors. But it gets handled and we move on. The most enjoyable part of the job is looking around and being surrounded by 6 to 8 Dreamliners in a massive airplane hanger. – less
Assigned to Bombardier by PDS Tech. Completed a one year assignment as an Avionics Engineer for the C Series airliner. Enjoyed my time at Bombardier. I was well supported at PDS Tech during the year assignment.
No comments as I did not work for them long enough. As there is a need for a comment I can only say they are kind to you but should a situation raise and you are substituted you would not receive support nor assistance to find precise reasons which could help you evaluate your-self and shape areas you may not know are lacking care.
General Aircraft Mechanic (Current Employee), North Charleston, SC – June 8, 2014
I'm a contractor working for PDS Technical services at Boeing. The company PDS Tech is a very good company to work for. I have started a new career through working with PDS Tech and I'm grateful for the opportunity.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Nyack, NY – June 6, 2014
Pros: flexibility, culturally diverse atmosphere
Cons: non existant management
I supervised a group of sales representatives that did door to door marketing. I entered data of sales and leads that the sales reps brought in. It was fun to get the sales representatives in the state of mind to want to produce more than the previous day. Through that I used positive reinforcements. I learned managerial skills which was a great experience. – more... My coworkers were nice and easy to work with. They were hard workers. Management on the other hand were like non existent. We had no manager for months therefore I had to pick up the slack with no pay increase. This included the hiring process, which I had no previous experience in ie; filling out the i9 form. The hardest part of the job was that we had no management. I had to reach out to people in Texas. The most enjoyable part of the job was the flexibility. In addition the chance to test my skills and challenge myself in an area I had no previous expertise. The worst part of this job was walking in the work one day and unexpectedly finding everything boxed up for closure of our Nyack NY office. Very disappointing. No heads up. Which left my co-workers and myself without a job. – less