poduction line (Current Employee) – Bay Minette, AL – June 15, 2017
Working at Quincy compressor has been a big experience for me. Everyday is a goo day working there. I have the weekend off. if I had to work on weekend I would not mind. Working at Quincy, i have learned a lot about different compressors. There is not hard part about the job, everyone there are helpful and stick together. the most enjoyable part of the job is getting along with all of my coworker and all the team work making the job easy for everyone.
Parts Clerk (Former Employee) – Bay Minette, AL – November 8, 2015
I typical day is busy, busy, busy.... All the managers and supervisors ran around all day, along with myself making sure that all the lines have what they needed. I made sure they had all the right parts they needed to have the compressors/orders ready to ship out by the deadline.
I love my supervisor, she was very straight forward & we had an hour lunch & it was just laid back.
Everyone blaming each other when the parts arent ordered in time to get the compressors out.
Parts Specialist/Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Bay Minette, AL – November 6, 2015
I was with Quincy Compressor for almost 5 years. They are completely employee based and they take excellent care of their employees. I left due to medical reasons and relocated otherwise I would have definitely retired as a Quincy employee. Love the people and management there!
Excellent benefits, great morale, incentives
Some complacent employees, just like any other job
Document Management (Former Employee) – Bay Minette, AL – October 20, 2015
My supervisor was a real gem who fought for my job and enabled me to hang onto it as long as possible considering the dire financial climate. The job itself was fulfilling. My coworkers were friendly and supportive.
ELECTRONIC SPECIALIST/MAINTENANCE ELECTRICAN (Former Employee) – Quincy, IL – September 8, 2015
was a great place to work. Plant closed and moved to use part time help. The people you worked with was knowledgeable and hard working. keep production at 24% profit even knowing we where closing. Very proud working people, quality was utmost important.
I worked here for 18 years met a lot of good friends, loved the work and the people I worked with we was all like family. I worked 10 hours a day, I worked in the shipping department. My day started out busy and ended very busy getting all the shipments out on a timely basis. I learned you have to treat each customer at they are the most important person at that time to have a Great business. We had a great Management Team always willing to work with us thru anything. I really enjoyed learning new procedures to make the job more productive and being able to have an input on how the procedures changed.
Customer Care Order Entry Specialist (Former Employee) – Quincy, IL – July 9, 2015
A typical day at work included taking several phone calls. I quoted Climate Control compressors including special options, and Industrial and Air Master compressors with standard options. I would edit orders which included confirm pricing, lead time, freight, model configuration, customer number, etc. I also was responsible for entering standard and special compressor orders for Climate Control accounts. I was also responsible for scanning and indexing purchase orders and supporting correspondence so we were able to maintain an electronic system. Coordinate freight damage returns, issue RMAs, enter freight damage orders, and file freight claims. Created documents/presentations using Word, Excel, and Power Point. Kept track of the Order Entry Department’s vacation schedules. I got along really well with my co-workers. They respected me and understood my contributions to the organization. One of them referred to me as the "glue" of the department. There were a lot of different job duties so the hard part was getting all the work completed. I was able to know which duties were to be prioritized. There were several aspects of the job that were enjoyable. I got to build a rapport with the customers who called in and also with fellow employees. I liked being able to do a variety of work.
Cafeteria on the premises.
Didn't get raises when the minimum starting wage increased for the job, therefore, always making a lower salary than new employees.