Revenue Manager / Acting GM (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 10, 2015
Fun work place with supportive management. They have a number of hotels in New York City as well as restaurants. They provide you with excellent supportive management staff. The most enjoyable part of the job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them.
Maintenance supervisor (Former Employee) – Carlsbad, CA – January 19, 2015
Triumph is a great place to work , But for some reason they have a hard time keeping a manager , The owners are nice and the company is growing rapidly ! The property that I was working at was in Carlsbad Ca. The Bluffs. The company relocated me, as a on site maintenance 24/7 on call.
The Bluffs apartments are on hills that separate 15 shelved buildings and 147 apt. that are one and two bedroom. The leasing of apt. ranged from 3 mouths , 6 mouths ,1 year or 2 years. and because of the military persons that wanted to live off base , The majority of leases are 3 and 6 mouths.
nice area, close to the beach and always good weather.
Taking care of my work area.the management was good .I really like working with my co-workers.hardest part of the job you get dirty working on the machine.The most enjoyably part is working with good people
Sr. Sheet Metal Mechanic (Current Employee) – Texas – July 24, 2014
my day typically involves drilling close tolerant holes, installing fastnerers , shooting and bucking fasteners, measuring and laying out holes, fabricating and designing parts. I have sharpened my skills in instruments of measurement. Staff is helpful and friendly. Management is diligent in problem solving. The most enjoyable part of this job is the communicating with co-workers.
Project Specialist (Former Employee) – Mission Viejo, CA – June 16, 2014
Triumph Solutions Inc and the Today Financial Women's Magazine is a small and local magazine that brings women who have been successful in today's working world. This was a great place of learning because it was so hands on and I was really able to see my progress. It consisted of lots of communication between the writers and the CEO, which taught me a lot about the importance of easy and accessible communication outlets.
Working for a company that is fair to their employees.
Quality Eng. (Current Employee) – Contractor to MRAS in Baltimore MD. – March 27, 2014
A normal day at work is problem solving, to corrective actions, and reviewing non value added tasks. What I have learned most is that there are more way to invent the wheel, and everyones input adds to the solution. Management is only as strong as it empowers it's people. My co-workers are an extension to the task being completed. That if we collectivly work together, the job becomes more successsful. The hardest part of the job is poor planning, the single point of failures that occur, which should have been addressed at the beginning. The best part of the job is seeing the success of a plan that comes to completion, the co-workers that engage in a job well done, and the lessons learned.
over 25 years in management. enjoy workingwith people.
task orientated, sometimes i take on too many tasks.
Cabling and infrastructure Tech (Lead) (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 22, 2014
No room for advancement Management promotes positions and higher pay ,however, neither are given. Positive reviews for techs who do great work are scarce They send permanent techs home while working temps on a regular basis!!! They love using the phrase "we don't promise anything" in order to excuse their lack of compensation A small bonus is given for the holidays but you have to save it for the half days they send you home with no pay the following two weeks later The techs are great to work with though! Even though they are treated badly they still keep positive as much as possible and the leads are very knowledgeable. Management WILL force you to do walkthroughs, material lists and manage your own jobs. If you do well, they WILL take credit and if you do something wrong, they WILL give you that blame!
Shipping and Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – September 4, 2013
load/unload material on trucks and machines. My first Job in shipping.I learned to become a skilled forklift operator,inventory control,packaging,warehouse worker.I got along good with the management and my co-workers. Loading material on screw &cnc machines by hand was the hardest part of the job.The most enjoyable part was being able to work mostly indoors and the variety of duties, made it interesting..
ATM Analyst/Call Center (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – August 10, 2013
My job was to dial into a conference line to take calls from vendors as they got onsite or give status/updates of work being performed. When work was slow, took care of duplicating and testing software. This was a new task. Management was easy to work with. My co-workers were a plus. Helpful if needed and receptive to ideas that I may have had. The hardest part of the job was dealing with vendors who were not where they were suppose to be and not being cooperative when we needed them to take care of a specific task. I enjoyed meeting new people in person as well as on the phone and learning new tasks.
work with a great group of people, flexibility on break time
Sheet Metal Mechanic (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – February 27, 2013
Over all I enjoyed my job with this company. The people and the atmosphere are one of a kind. I had a lot of fun, I enjoyed a majority of my co-workers and got along well with the management. It is the one place I have worked that goes above and beyond to prove that they really do care about their employees. My only downside to this job was the pay rate which was why I had to move on.