Production Planner (Current Employee) – Madison, AL – November 7, 2012
The workdays are good and filled with different tasks daily. I love this job so much, but they do not appreciate what I do that allows them to conduct thier work operations. I enjoyed working with the employees and being able to fix thier problems in a time effecient manner, it was a very friendly environment.I am looking for a job that has room for growth and advancement.
Electrical Technician (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – February 26, 2013
Extreme Management problems Responsible for interpretation of blueprints, routing harnesses, wire kits, connectors, wire wraps, lacing, soldered connectors and circuit boards, crimped terminals (hand and machine), all per Military and Commercial requirements. All required documentation included and shipped with product. Solder inspections to MIL-STD-454 Commercial and MIL-STD-2000F all high reliability. Tools inspected daily for damage and calibration dates. Strong communication, detail, and organizational skills, as required. Planning and Purchasing of all contractual and raw materials needed to meet compliance with contractual agreement. All duties performed with limited to no supervision.
BLACKHAWK RESOURCE SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – August 31, 2012
Responsible for manufacturing electronic sub-assemblies and final products associated with internal combustion sensors in conjunction with the Green ICE program. Read and interpreted mechanical and electrical drawings. Operated various mechanical and electronic tools to test and build electro-mechanical assemblies
Sheet Metal / Avionics/ Aircraft Maintenance (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – February 26, 2014
Big disconnect between workers and management. Management is unapproachable. Never followed through with promises made to employee. Raises were a joke. No motivation as far as advancing in the company. Benefits were ok and facilities were nice.