Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee), Wichita, KS – May 7, 2012
Pros: good workplace
Cons: contractor job, layoffs
I really enjoy working in a office setting. I get along with all different types of people. I enjoy coming into work every day. As i worked at Hawker Beechcraft i usually sorted out mail for office employees, and would do different types of Data Entry for the SAP portal. Other times i would use copy machines and Xerox machines for different types of – more... scanning of documents. – less
Avionics Elec. Tech Sr (Former Employee), Savannah, GA – November 14, 2013
Worked 10 hr days plus overtime, I learned the avionics systems of the Gulfstream 650, Management pretty much stayed to themselves but was there for support if needed, Co-workers were nice and friendly people. easy to get along with, The hardest part of the job was getting there, The most enjoyable part of the job was learning the systems and testing – more... them for proper functions – less
Manufacturing Engineer (Former Employee), Everett, WA – October 11, 2013
Pros: close to home
Cons: do not like to travel
Report to Management, Check on Priority for the day. Ensure the identification and implementation of advanced manufacturing technologies and improve manufacturing processes in support of product certificate design. From early pre-production to product delivery, and in service support, resolve manufacturing problems, improve producibility and maintain – more... the integrity of product design. Help co-workers with any problems they may have on new process and procedures. Training of co-workers. At the end of the day to have accomplish what I did with pride. – less
Dell Contractor (Current Employee), Austin, TX – September 19, 2013
They provide real opportunities that pay well. They are a matching service but I think they provide assistance in helping you land jobs. There are many placements services in Austin, but I think this one provides real assistance when you are having trouble breaking into the high tech companies.
productive enviroment, everyone has specific jobs, assistance if requested
Interior / Exterior Composite Mechanic At Boeing (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – July 19, 2013
Pros: had an on site cafeteria, with all types of luncheons
We had meetings to evaluate or to assess work progress, or to discuss concerns an employee might have. Learned by going to classes and by observing or by asking for assistance on out of the ordinary or difficult tasks. Management would be there at some of the meetings to address some concerns when necessary. I would get along well with all my co-workers. – more... In fact 95% of all workers got along great. The hardest part of my job would be waiting for assistance to transfer a heavy part or panel to another area, or to the paint shop. The most enjoyable part of my job, was knowing that I had given my 150% to that job to warrant my Stamp and date on the paperwork. I also am qualified operating sewing machines for carpets and insulation blankets. Would also insulate Hot Air Bleed ducts – less
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
A&P Mech (Former Employee), Kinston,NC – April 19, 2013
Cons: wasted money traveling to a "jobsite", that doesn't have jobs.
I drove 4.5 hours to NC and on my first day(Monday) I worked 3 hours.I went back to work the second day(Tuesday) and was told that there wasn't any work because they were slow and wouldn't have any work until the next week(the following Tuesday).My recruiter wanted me to stay in the hotel until the following week after I told him what was going on.People – more... don't travel to jobsites to sit in a hotel room hoping that work will appear.What a waste of my time and money.I wouldn't recommend going to this place nor working for PDS,at least not in Charleston,SC. – less
General/Structure mechanic on Boeing 787 aircraft (Current Employee), San Antonio, TX – April 9, 2013
Pros: good job
Cons: contract work
PDS Technical Services is an agency that provided me employment as a contractor with Boeing. The day-to-day experience on the job was defined by Boeing. PDS Tech provided me a good paycheck, but was involved in filling the position I hold, not in defining the job or managing my work.
Field Technician (Former Employee), San Francisco CA – January 22, 2013
Pros: fun job
Cons: temporary job
Maintain all equipments to its running condition, any problems needs to be resolved, fixed, or replaced on different locations in San Francisco. Filling out paperwork, reporting to base and making rounds on assigned voting polls. Employment is twice a year during voting season.