Cooperation Engineer (Former Employee), Springdale, AR – August 27, 2013
Pratt and Whitney is truly a world class company, and the know it. The company is full of pride, which has its pros and cons. The people are great at P&W, and mostly, the work among all departments is very intriguing.
Warehouse Manager (Former Employee), san francisco ca 94128 – August 14, 2013
Pros: casual work environment but daily dead lines still needed to be met
Cons: sometimes breaks and luncheswere cut short to get back to work to complete daily workload
Arrive at 5:30 log into p/c then print out daily reports and e-mail updates from previous night on swing shift to the materials team. check emails for anything that needs special attention for today to meet marshaling deadlines. talk to warehouse lead to go over daily plans and oversee any issues that arise during the morning. After lunch coordinate – more... anything needed for swing shift with inspection to make sure parts are available for marshaling. Meet with swing shift to advise of anything that's needed for tonight. – less
Engineering Intern (Former Employee), East Hartford, CT – August 13, 2013
I was lucky enough to work in UTRC, so most of my experience was that of a small-company backed by a large capital. It was my first job, so I was not given as much responsibility. However, UTRC is an extremely motivated division and company.
Acting Cell Leader / Manufacturing Engineer (Current Employee), East Hartford, CT – July 8, 2013
Pros: employee relations, team building, & customer satisfaction
The most enjoyable part of my job is when I create employee satisfaction. At least once a day, an operator will approach my desk and ask for assistance. The majority of the time, we are able to resolve the issue together. The feeling I receive when I notice the employee satisfication in the operator's face, is the reason I continue to come back to work – more... everyday. – less
Supervisor/ Coordinator of Shipping Department (Former Employee), East Hartford, CT – June 13, 2013
• Read and fill requisitions for stock items. Verify accuracy of orders pulled • Loaded and unloaded delivery truck by hand or by use of hand truck. • Operated tools, equipment, and vehicles according to prescribed safety procedures. • Maintained computerized inventory records. • Took physical count periodically, and checked against inventory control – more... totals using computer. • Move inventory to locations by operating mechanical equipment, including fork lift, pallet jack. • Proceed orders and created database on computer software – less
Sr. Manufacturing Engineer (Current Employee), San Antonio, TX – June 7, 2013
Pros: accomodating work hours, vacation benefits, workload. co-workers
Cons: expensive health care
A typical day at work consists of reviewing emails, researching and answering technical questions and providing engineering support to mechanics in production. It also includes researching historical data on planned modules reviewing technical directives and planning scheduled and unscheduled maintence procedures to meet contractual requirements.