High Paced Sales Enviroment with lucrative opportunities
Regional Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – February 24, 2017
This company was a fast paced sales environment with options to do and make as much money as possible. It also gave you the option to build on relationship skills with several clients in different states.
Manage teams Ops (Former Employee) – Lakewood, WA – August 15, 2017
Phone company, great while it lasted. Set up various projects and research and develop training for new programs. Outlining and arranging meetings for teams and other managers. Creating scripts for company protocol. Managed and developed programs for company. Customer service, supervisor calls, and establish rapport with customers and customer service reps.
welder (Former Employee) – Sturgis, MI – December 17, 2015
actual job was good a lot to learn management did what they could but had too much responsibility individually so it spilled over into employees who were extremely underpaid and overworked the hardest part of the job was trying to figure out engineers blue prints that never worked out the way they thought they would and the most enjoyable part was all the learning experience
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Sturgis, MI – May 12, 2015
Set up production, made sure everything on the line ran smooth. A lot about the production of corrugated materials. Management was sub par at times. Co-workers were ok for what the paid them hourly. Working 2nd shift. Working.
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Sturgis, MI – May 28, 2014
Hostle work environment, clueless management staff. Quality of products produced is flawed from the start of production. 90 % of the VCI workforce are felons. Do people that have zero ownership with their own lives, really care about what kind of product they produce for a customer?
Fairly easy workload, but often chaotic and unstructured
Engineer (Former Employee) – Sturgis, MI – January 2, 2014
A typical day in engineering consists of reviewing a customer’s requirements and designing a rack that meets their needs. Due to job training, I was able to become proficient in Catia, Think Design, E2 shop system software, and PC-DMIS CAD 2013 software for CMM programming. Management was helpful at times, but had a tendency to break VCI protocol if it suits them. The other engineers are always pleasant to work with, and are extremely helpful for brainstorming new concepts. The hardest part of the day is making sure that your design can be easily fabricated, welded, and assembled. The most enjoyable part of my day would be designing new and innovative concepts.