Temco was an awesome place to work, Very professional and willing to help others. Management could have not been better. I worked through Express Personnel and it was a temp to perm position and unfortunately the Purchasing Dept had to cut back, and went to work at the Delta Terminal until assignment ended.
If you get a job offer just run away and dont waste you're time with this place. Management and coworkers will stab you in the back really quick.benefits are not great at all and pay is a joke as well. And if you're a veteran please stay away they treat us Veterans like scum when it comes to us getting help personally.
I was in aviation for approximately 17 years before I had the displeasure of working at TIMCO. Accepted the job because I had just moved to the area and needed to be employed. That's what you do when you have a family to support. Minimal training if that's what you call it before being thrown into the meat grinder. If you're not assigned a job, you don't get paid. You can walk to other crews and ask for work, but being new, good luck. If you're not being paid, you still can't leave or you'll be terminated. There's a few good people there, but you have to search for them. Typical good ol boys network. Management is a joke. Luckily I didn't suffer too long before finding other employment. Also if you're a new hire, forget day shift. You'll probably never see that. I worked 2nd shift and my weekend was Tuesday and Wednesday. Life pretty much sucked.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) – Greensboro, NC – May 16, 2016
I was told my hours would be 700 to 330. I get there and they changed them to 9-530 for no reason. You work hard for no reason. Advancing is a joke. They will let you go for no reason. Mandatory 6 day work week even though they tell you it's only Monday through Friday. There is no training. You are literally thrown in and forced to survive. I can't stress enough that you need to move on. Not a good place to work.
As much overtime as you want
Management sucks. Training is a joke. Work atmosphere.
Structures Mechanic/Project Lead (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – April 17, 2016
A typical day at work consists of high levels of work. Learned a great deal of repair and overhaul. Management knowledgeable in regards to budget and schedule. Co-workers were very hard workers. Meeting deadlines were the hardest part of the job. Most enjoyable part of the job were the people.
Production Controller (Former Employee) – Greensboro, NC – May 14, 2015
Working at Timco, Inc., was interesting because the work was steady. I learned so much about the inner part of aviation. Everything done to a plane had to do with a number system and that was interesting. The co-workers were O.K. but the job itself was great.