Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – August 22, 2016
was a good place to work;if does not close down i still working there. i have a good work environment , good communication between all workers, management, HR department and corporate people. good training on all areas needed to improve or implement new items or a new projects.
QC Inspector III (Former Employee) – Forest Grove, OR – April 13, 2016
I really enjoyed my job. I have been in the circuit board and semi-conductor business for over 20 yrs so I have alot of Experice and therefore feel at home in this enviroment. Would prefer to work a compressed work week and when Viasystem became TTM they went to a five to six days a week. Other than that they offered great benefit and in general good company to work for.
CNC Machine Setup/Operator (Former Employee) – Forest Grove, OR – December 6, 2015
productive place to work with many challenges. management was very tough at times. many good people to work with and some not so friendly. hardest part was understanding the work flow and the reason for it. most enjoyable was making many friends.
Dry film Operator/AOI Operator (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – August 13, 2015
It's usually common skill but essence of time in this kind of important. I learned that in able to achieved target time you need skip some personal matters. Management is one of my challenges because it changes time to time so new management new adaptation. It enjoys that I can easily adjust ti every new skills means I learn easily.
Great people to work with - workload was tied to the telecommunications industry
Program Manager (Former Employee) – Milford, MA – January 23, 2015
ViaSystems was a great place to work. When I joined - we had more accounts than we could service. It took a few months to get all customer accounts satisfied. It was rapid expansion and it was exciting and challenging. When the telecommunications bubble broke - our workload decreased faster than it had increased. The reduced workload was not easy to work through. Instead of hiring people we were shedding people and those that remained had increased workloads and less production resources to accomplish their job.
diversified customer base and workforce, regardless of what accounts any individual was assigned, all the program managers worked together to help each other.
watching a compnay that was thriving go into survival mode
Inspector - RETIRED (Former Employee) – VA – September 3, 2014
Viasystems was an enjoyable place to work and I learned a lot concerning inspection and quality control. Management and co-workers got along well in a positive and productive atmosphere and the jobs were completed on time with great quality results. The jobs were sent to China and the Plant closed with little warning causing morale to decay. I was not happy !
Methods Engineer (Current Employee) – Littleton, CO – August 9, 2013
I have been a Planner for the past 5 years. We specialize in taking customer PCB drawings and make manufacturing plans/guidlines that can be followed step by step. I love working on computers, and i get to do some IT work. But i usually do it without compensation. There is only lateral advancement and i basically have hit the top of what i want to do. We only get 30 minutes for lunch, and i feel like i am being watched all the time with my boss sitting right behind me.
it has a roof.
30 minute lunch, no advancement, no raise in 5 years.
Passionate workforce, striving for customer satisfaction
Program Manager - North America Sector Lead (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – August 4, 2013
Best part of my position is leading a strong group of individual to reach their best potential on a daily basis. Each day has its own set of new challenges that consistently test different skill sets. The hardest part of the job is seeing others not being held accountable for actions that negatively impact the bottom line and the business
individuals with many years of collective experience to learn from
401k matching no longer provided, no higher education reimbursement