Great opportunity for career growth. Enjoyed interacting with Staff to give feedback on their performance.
Curriculum Specialist, Rainbow Station (Former Employee) – Gainesville, VA – July 31, 2012
Typical day was fast moving Tasks were detailed oriented Management was helpful Co-workers also seemed content to be there Hardest part of the job was being laid off w/new Management that came in Most enjoyable part of the job was the opportunity to interact w/ families, Staff and vendors. To work as a TEAM player to get the best job done.
Insurance Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – July 17, 2018
The daily routine included cold calls to customers to persuade them to meet with you and listen to a sales pitch to provide insurance policies. A lot of driving in your personal vehicle with no reimbursement for mileage.
Quality Control Inspector (Current Employee) – Garden Grove, CA – July 13, 2018
AIC is a good company, when it comes to giving inexperienced individuals the opportunity to gain knowledge in the aerospace field. This company gave me the opportunity to learn in several different positions.
Front Desk Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Framingham, MA – July 11, 2018
One of the best jobs I have ever had! My supervisor looked out for the best interest of our department. The executives cared about every employee and it was "family first". Felt like an extended family : )
Customer Service Contractor (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – April 16, 2018
Over all AIC is a good company to work for. The benefit package could be much better, as could the time off policy. I believe they could do more for the employees regarding contract maximums before hiring.
Highly productive, intellectual, money orientated company
HD Equipment Mechanic (Former Employee) – Prudhoe Bay, AK – March 27, 2017
I Loved working for AIC, but i was to young to understand what they were offering me. I also learn and grew with this company in my apprentiship years, and highly respected everyone i worked for there.
LEVEL TWO Software Support Consultant (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA 95119 – October 5, 2016
Too much inter office politics. But the work itself was very interesting. As a contractor I worked at IBM Software support center on Cottle Road in San Jose for AIC. I learned new software and how to fix problems (APAR's and PTF's mostly.) Management was incoherent at best as there were two sets. One AIC management and then IBM management. Not good. Co-workers were not consistent in there work ethic. Hardest part of the job was putting up with back biting. Most enjoyable was leaving when IBM on Cottle road left.
MR Masker & Finalizer (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – December 18, 2015
AIC (Advanced Industrial Coatings) in Stockton, CA Learned how to work fast while maintaining excellent quality products; co-workers were super friendly and helped each other out. When I didn't have a ride home, anyone available would offer a ride home or close-by (men and women alike). Supervisor was hard on you but always looked out for everyone, while making sure everything moved along smoothly as well.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the cleanliness, breaks, and communication between all workers in AIC. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the ovens in MR.
More than 1 microwave, working water jug with hot water, family-like workplace
Journeyman Agricultural Millright (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – March 3, 2015
I have worked as a millwright for several years. This company was as advertised. Pay and per diem were good for the job required. I have worked as an agricultural millwright for several companies and would work for them again.
Development Operations IT Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 6, 2014
Since I worked and went to school there I saws a lot of policies change and people come and go. I liked the work and loved working with many of the people there.
A typical day at work started with emails from the night before and then trying to address all the problems that popped up before new things started being brought to my attention as the day went on.
Because I was responsible for over 60 employees and their computer hardware and software needs it was incredibly important to be punctual, prioritize projects and maintain a professional and friendly for desktop support.
The Development team I worked with was very busy so I always made it a point to explain what went wrong clearly and briefly and make sure to listen to their work needs.
Some days nothing broke and I could focus on maintaining a huge inventory of software and hardware. Also during those times I could pursue new long term projects that would make everyone's life that much easier at work.
I enjoy helping people and knowing everyone in the community.
free snacks, world class art collection, most people were friendly
multiple downtown locations that were spread out, frequent lay offs
Independent Contractor/AIC Service (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – February 3, 2014
Conduct on-site review to identify, inspect and document damages and losses Conduct interviews with policy holders, claimants and witnesses Investigate and analyze claim data to determine nature of loss, coverage provided and scope of damage as well as viability of claim Experience with Integrity Claim estimating software