The most enjoyable part of my job was customer service company wide
Accounts Receivable Accountant (Former Employee) – Santa Fe Springs, CA – October 13, 2015
The company was a great one, until management changed hands. Morale decline, and employees with long service, were no longer valued. If there was not a workforce reduction, I would still be working there.
VERY fun place to work, everyone treated me as if I were their child. This would be an ideal place for me to pursue a career.
Industrial Engineering Intern/Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) – Joplin, MO – September 29, 2015
Thermal Engineering was, by far, the best place I have worked at. The way that school has always portrayed the workforce to be was nothing like here at TEi. Granted work was always constant and people were always busy but everyone there understood the differences between work and "play". I received words of encouragement everyday, not to mention advice from wiser-than-me adults. There wasnt someone always breathing down my neck or watching me, they kind of lived by a "you're an adult" concept so I was liable for anything I messed up AND did correct and was always praised.
Quality Control Inspector (Current Employee) – Sapulpa, OK – November 24, 2013
The plant is closing at the beginig of the Year. I Have been here for three years now. I have become very familiar with Sec VIII and HEI codes through TEI. Achieved my Level II in RT, PT, MT, VT, BLT. Level I in UT. I am a CWI "Certified Welding Inspector".
Accounts Payable Coordinator (Current Employee) – Santa Fe Springs, CA – August 26, 2013
Most of my day consists of processing invoices, research and resolve accounts payable discrepancies, questions and issues to make sure prompt and appropriate payment to our vendors and subcontractors. I performed a check run on Wednesday’s of each week. I also assist with monthly accruals on month end closing. Additionally, I assist the accounting manager with newly reports that involve excel by creating new spreadsheets and creating an efficient template along with formulas.
First thing when I come in to work is to open my email to check for any inquiries from other accounting staff and vendors and ensure I noted down to resolve within 24 hours. I then work on newly received expense reports and invoices ensuring to stamp them and begin to audit them by matching it with its backup, confirm correct GL account number coding, and obtain proper approval to then process them in Costpoint for payment, if there are no discrepancies. I always prioritize all expense reports, invoices that hit us with late charges, invoices that have discounts and utility invoices.
Project Assist/Doc Control/Design Engineer (Current Employee) – Santa Fe Springs, CA – October 17, 2012
Dealing with time sensitive problem solving issues. work with project managers & engineers in regard to customer specifications. Its very advantageous to now status of all on going projects by heart. Its important to be productive than on time.