Material Handler (Former Employee) – Alexandria, VA – March 14, 2015
get in and get right to work its pretty simple job. no one watching your every move. No room for advancement which is not too good. Management could be more visible. Co-workers get along well they get the job done. Hardest part of the job is safe moves. most enjoyable part is the company luncheons
Busy, busy place to work. I am only Quality inspector.
Head Quality Inspector (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – August 6, 2015
Cover receiving area for any new incoming materials,cots items, vendor parts. Also, take care of 9 electrician techs. inprocess attabouy inspections on build up of CH47Chinook,UH60M Blackhawk,and AH64 Apache wiring harnesses.Final inspection of all completed harnesses ensuring all are IAW drawing. Cover all kitting done here. Responsible for presenting to Army DCMA inspectors for final buyoff. Nothing hard. Alot of redundancy, I miss actual aircraft work.
Programmer/Analyst (Former Employee) – Maryland – June 23, 2015
Prime example of a company that will use you until they are done with you. And then kick you to the curb when you get old or sick. Management places no value on employee loyalty and experience. Then they quietly dump you with no future, no ability to find another job due to your age, and no benefits--you cost them too much. Though some of the work they participate in is nice science, their bottom line is prime motivator.
Administration/Customer Service/Logistics (Current Employee) – Fort Dix, NJ – December 29, 2014
Study flow of customers, productive days, help management with reports, staff, time cards, PTO, HR rules/regulations, and I enjoy doing it all. A typical day at work is busy from 7:30am until 4:30pm with very little down time.
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Reseda, CA – April 3, 2013
I learned how to build an artinerary specific to separate time zones, keep up on product specs, deal with problem solving and be motivated to do the entire job weather it was my job or not. I have great work ethics, and this is the company that liked that. The most difficult part is when you can't deliver because of a manufacturer but you take the fall because that's the right thing to do. And get the product for the client even if you lose money, keep the client happy.