RTI INTERNATIONAL METALS Employee Reviews

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Management is very bias to their pets
Grinder Operator (Current Employee) –  Washington, MOJune 29, 2016
It is a very hot place to work in the summer and cold in the winter.
The insurance and compensation is pretty good.
The people you work with on the floor are awesome to work with.
Most of upper management will lie to you and throw you under the bus to make themselves look good. They will tell you the rules then when an government inspector says it should not be done that way, they will blame it all on you and even write you up for it. They will do things that are not government regulated when no one knows about it.
Pros
People are great to work with. Benifits are pretty good
Cons
very hot in the summer, Management is terrible
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Team Oriented
Benefits Clerk - through Office Team for RTI (Former Employee) –  Niles, OHFebruary 9, 2016
I feel the organization is very team oriented and enjoyed working with various departments as a benefit clerk and administrative work as well. Management was very friendly and approachable, and co workers were very conscientious regarding their work. Enjoyed working with the benefits team - upbeat attitude.
Pros
Team oriented
Cons
Haven't found any
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Any other type of industry, we would be in trouble
Production Manager (Current Employee) –  Niles, OHMarch 14, 2013
Upper management skills seem lacking direction. Seem to be running undermanned demanding more time from current supervisors causing "workplace fatique" with long hours and long weeks.
Pros
close to home
Cons
six and 7 day work weeks, exempt salary
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Well.....the pay was ok.
Financial Analyst (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXApril 13, 2014
Typical day was lots of micromanaging, lots of unhappy workers, overall bad manager - in my case.
Pros
Pay, Benefits
Cons
Bad Management, Low Morale, Micromanaging
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Good company
Supply Chain Manager (Current Employee) –  PITTSBURGH, PAMarch 10, 2015
I enjoyed working at mobay, miles or bayer. Whatever the name was, it is a great company. I was there for 23 years and had a fantastic career.
Pros
GREAT COMPANY WITH GREAT PRODUCTS
Cons
THERE IS A GLASS CEILING BIASED TOWARDS GERMANS
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Senior Cost Accountant accomplished in the application of GAAP for the titanium, petrochemicals and plastics, oil drill bits & communication industrie
Senior Cost Accountant (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXOctober 24, 2014
Senior Cost Accountant accomplished in the application of GAAP for the titanium, petrochemicals and plastics, oil drill bits & communication industries. Supported and contributed to strategic business initiatives to maximize profits. Managed a $30 million budget resulting in a favorable variance of 1%. Excellent organizational and multi-tasking aptitudes, detail and deadline oriented, team player, and managed staff development. Extensive experience in general and cost accounting, standard and project costing, inventory and distribution control, fixed assets, financial statement preparation, budgeting, forecasting, variance analysis, statistical reports, internal and external reporting, audit reviews, systems implementation, internal controls and due diligence.
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Great environment to learn about titanium and metals production
Engineering Co-op (Former Employee) –  Niles, OHJuly 15, 2015
The days were typically very laid back, allowing you to be productive without someone breathing down your neck all the time (considering you did your job).

There was a lot to learn, and RTI made it possible because of the very helpful people that worked there. Everyone was willing to put their work aside to sit down and help you understand what you needed to understand. You learned a lot about the manufacturing side of things, as well as the metallurgical side.

Management was laid back but pretty on top of things at the same time. All of the managers really knew their stuff and were extremely helpful and a pleasure to work with/for. The safety department was excellent and really enforced the rules, which was nice because the mill can be a dangerous environment. Even though most employees found this to be a hassle, I appreciated their diligence. The computer people were also very quick to get technical problems figured out and taken care of.

There wasn't anything too hard about this job, but it wasn't boring either. Appropriate tasks were assigned that allowed you to grow and learn things about the industry. Tasks were generally straightforward in the beginning and then grew in difficulty as you progressed.

The most enjoyable part of this job were the people, as there were some very nice people that worked at RTI. Of course, not everyone was a bundle of joy to deal with, but everyone is going to have to deal with people like that anywhere they go.
Pros
Free lunches, extremely flexible hours, very helpful co-workers, computer people were on top of things, great place to learn, generally laid back, safety department was very on top of things
Cons
Slightly lower wages than average, some foremen can be difficult to deal with, hard to implement changes because of the union environment
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Good Environment with Futuristic outlook
Sr. Developer / SAP Business Analyst (Current Employee) –  Niles, OHMarch 9, 2015
Working at RTI was all about learning and improving yourself.
During my time there, I went from a simple windows programmer to immersing myself in the SAP technology and more.
It was never boring, and you never had a chance to get stagnant.
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Good people, poor learership and communications
Jr Mechanical Eng & Quality Manager for Weld Cell (Current Employee) –  Hermitage, PANovember 15, 2013
A good place to learn. Company had no problem helping you learn your new job and anything you needed. But, never informed anyone about important information. High turnover with no plan to pass down knowledge and ability.
Pros
Profit sharing and lunch program
Cons
no communications
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Shipping Clerk (Current Employee) –  Washington, MOAugust 4, 2014
RTI International Metals is a leading titanium manufacturer. I love workingfor the company, but hte advancment in I.T. is nto there.
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