Office Manager (Former Employee) – Wexford, PA – January 23, 2017
PTC Alliance the best place to work. When I worked at PTC Alliance I worked for the CEO, President, CFO. I got to plan the yearly trip to Scottsdale, AZ. I had a ball planning out the trip. When the trip came along. The CEO said to me you need to go out a few days early and make sure everything is ready to go. We had planned a wives outing while the husbands/ wives where is meetings, I planned a jeep tour and then lunch at the Indian Reservation. Then shopping at the mall. Something for everyone. Everyone had a good time..My husband and went out 2 days early and did the jeep tour and made sure everything was set up correctly for the conference. It was just so much fun.
Process Technician (Former Employee) – Darlington, PA – July 21, 2015
I enjoyed this employment opportunity for many reasons; furthermore, it gave me the chance to implement some of my Health and Safety training and knowledge. During our country's challenging financial situations, this company downsized. I was one of many dislocated workers. I utilized this opportunity, as I was able to collect unemployment benefits, to return to school at CCBC, The Community College of Beaver County.
General Labor (Former Employee) – Fairbury, IL – April 19, 2015
I had busy fast paced days just bout every day. I learned how to run a fork lift and how to use different instruments and different machines. Management was ok. Got along with my co workers. The hardest part of my job was make sure that there was right piece counts and that the machine did the tubing right. Over all it was not that hard of a job. Make sure the tubes was done for the truck on time to be shipped out. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with my co workers.
Leadman and Operator (Former Employee) – Chicago Heights, IL – August 27, 2012
A typical workday consist of reviewing production in process and maintaining general flow of product for clients and customers. I learned all aspects of machine operation, production flow and management and lead procedures for machinery. My co-workers were friendly and professional. The hardest part of this job was the immense heat during production. The most enjoyable part of this job was just working in a friendly and professional atmosphere.
pay and benefits were top notch!
always hot. union vs. management contract disagreements every couple years.
Administration (Former Employee) – Beaver Falls, PA – April 18, 2013
The employees are great to work with, but as for upper management and everyone else that has their hands in the "pot" have no clue what they are doing. This was the worst company I have ever worked for. Alot of verbal harassment goes on. No policies, no procedures, nothing...everyone just does what they want! Awful place to work! I feel bad for the good workers that are still there!
Industrial Maintenance (Former Employee) – Illinois – February 1, 2015
Busy from start to finish. You must work fast and efficiently. Management is Ok. Co-workers are ok to work with. Attendance and being on time is the biggest part of keeping your job. Enjoy sundays because thats the only day your off work.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Beaver Falls, PA – June 10, 2012
I learned how to work in a mill environment. I learned how to drive a semi truck and a oversized fork truck called a Pettibone. I enjoyed working with my co workers, but i really didn't care for the mangement and the way they divided the work.
Maintenance/Mill Hand (Former Employee) – Chicago Heights, IL – November 12, 2012
Working for PTC Alliance was an enjoyable expirence. It provided a great opportunity for advancement in the work setting. I was surrounded by determined and hard working shift members. I gained experience in the mechanical maintenance aspect of the field.
Process Engineer (Former Employee) – Darlington, PA – May 13, 2015
General lack of communication, lack of respect, and lack of integrity are a just a few of the downsides of this organization. There is little appreciation for innovation and limited opportunities for upward mobility.