Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Portsmouth NH – October 8, 2013
Pros: ability to work at your own pace.
Cons: there are no cons that i have noticed
My typical day at work is scanning and keeping quality records organized by using programs such as microsoft and excel. I learned various clerical duties working here that will benefit me greatly in the future. My most enjoyable part of my day is communicated with my co workers. Everyone has a great attitude which makes it easier to work.
Senior Administrative Aide (Current Employee), Pittsburgh, PA – September 23, 2013
Pros: gym on location.
Cons: distant from home to company
A typical day at work is assisting the managers and engineers with editorial revieww, travel arrangements, expense reporting completions, monthly reports sent to various departments, and entry of workforce time on spreadsheet for forecasting of six months work schedule.
Setup Dynamic Test Group and operated Testing Labs. Performed FEAs on Reactor Coolant Pumps and various Plants. Extensive Experience on Flow Induced Vibration testing and analysis. Technical Project Manager on several Replacement Steam Generator Projects.
Intern - High Voltage Distribution Design (Former Employee), Cranberry, PA – July 12, 2013
Pros: good people, nice work environment
As an intern there I was readily accepted and included in every aspect of what the engineer in charge of me did. The engineering department was full of very smart, and kind people. I was able to learn a lot about what goes into designing a system. If I needed a day off for whatever reason it was as easy as asking, there was never any hassles about it.
Strategic Sourcing - BOP (Former Employee), Monroeville, PA – June 22, 2013
Pros: co-workers were ok
Cons: see above
Worked in the procurement in BOP during the "Nuclear Renaissance" propaganda period. SCM management absolutely atrocious - lies, intimidation, retaliations were the norm. Stay away from the procurement department if you can - highly doubt that atmosphere changed there, unless they fired the lot (unlikely).
CNC Maintenance (Former Employee), Newington, NH – June 21, 2013
Pros: excellant medical
Cons: lunch was 20 min.
Enjoyed trouble shooting machines. I learned that talking to the operator of the machine i needed to repair, helped me move in the right direction to solve the problem with the equipment. Management was slow on the schedule of pm work orders. I worked yery well the the machine shop operators. Not finding a problem with the machine. Finding a difficult – more... problem a repairing it in a short time. – less
Project Management (Former Employee), Windsor, CT – March 5, 2013
Pros: excercise facilities
Cons: somewhat noisy office environment
Westinghouse is a large comlany with major offices in Pittsburgh. The company bought the Combustion Engineering company in Windsor in 2000. The Windsor facilty is smaller and somewhat disconnected from the Pittsburgh facility when it comes to advancements and work load. However, the hours are flexible and the benefits are good..
Site EHS/Continuous Improvement Lead (Former Employee), Blairsville, PA – February 28, 2013
Each day is different and comes with different challenges. Learned much about culture change and continuous improvement. Co-workers were very helpful and made a good team. the hardest part was trying to influence a culture change. Many are set in their ways. Knowing I was able to make a difference was very rewarding and enjoyable along with training – more... other employees in lean, problem solving, and human performance. – less