UI/JAVA Developer (Current Employee) – Cherry Hill, NJ – September 11, 2016
Very good management. Good coordination between the team members. employee favor organization. fun place to wok everyone. I have learned what is business at auto mobile industry. the core part is interacting with the dealers and other stack holders.
Team Oriented Atmosphere Aimed At Helping Everyone
IT Infrastructure Intern (Former Employee) – Cherry Hill, NJ – May 27, 2015
I worked at Subaru of America as an IT infrastructure intern for one year. In that time I learned multiple skills including web development, VOIP systems, business requirements gathering, and graphic data representation. The culture was relaxed and inviting, and co-workers and managers were always eager to answer questions and help in any capacity they could.
Staff and management have no communication skills, manager speak to you as if you were dumb
Head Lot Attendant / Service and Parts Assistant (Former Employee) – Ramsey, NJ – April 14, 2014
Everyone worries about breakfast for the first two hours. Basically see the same customers picking up and dropping off there cars. Mechanics rely on manager for descent jobs. I've seen techs come and go complaining about management. The service writers bs the customers half the time and I would here about it outside with the customer as I pulled there vehicles up for them. Nothing was fun about the job other than lunch and not having to deal with management own complaints. The service girl and parts guys were the only ones with maners.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Cinnaminson, NJ – May 6, 2013
Work consisted mainly of me coming in and immediately opening the phone lines in order for Subaru customers with issues with their odometers to contact us. I would catalog their information into a system Subaru made specifically for the lawsuit they were going through at the time. I learned a great deal from them about the regulation laws and what is and isn't under a vehicles warranty. I also learned that companies create their own systems in order to stay ahead of their competition. The hardest part of the job was suffering through the repetitious nature of the work but the most enjoyable was the fact that Subaru took very good care of their permanent and temporary employees and made everyone feel welcome and gave everyone access to many leisurely activities in order to keep us focused on our work.
terrific work environment, fun and friendly people, fact paced
Very repititious, temporary employment based on length of lawsuit