Help Desk Specialist (Former Employee) – Albany, OR – June 24, 2018
My memories of working at the ATI helpdesk were not good. There was 8 workers shoved into a closet with no windows expected to not talk and work. The problem was that there wasn't enough work to go around.
Utility Tech Operator (Former Employee) – New Bedford, MA – April 20, 2018
Was my first good paying position in a local manufacturing steel mill producing thin rolled metal. I was able to buy our only home with my wife. The management was very fair when I worked for Teledyne Rodney Metals for 20 years then they were bought out by Allegheny Ludlum. In came new management and laid off half the work force and the Job culture was changed and we were forced to unionize with the Steel Workers Union. After this it wasn't so bad at all but the workforce still stayed at half staffed because now work was outsourced to their many other plants around the world
Fast past, with long hours. Also tempatures varing from hot to cold.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Portland, IN – March 29, 2018
A typical work day for me consist of getting the paper work from the supervisor letting you know what jobs need to be done that day. Then I'd get with my Teamster/tow motor driver to get the job. I'd have the driver dump the box of billets that go with the job. I'd load the billets, heat them up, and give them to the next process.
health insurance, dentel, and vision. 401K, Stock options.
lunch is only 18minutes, lack of places to go when the weather is hot, bathrooms need updated.
Senior Leader, Strategic Sourcing (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – March 7, 2018
Specialty metals company headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA. Overall a good company to work for. They offer competitive benefits and depending on the department you work in, there are opportunities for growth.
Darkroom Technician (Former Employee) – Albany, OR – February 28, 2018
I worked an X-ray where I did not said in with my coworkers I had plenty of experience previously and after false accusations And finger pointing I was let go Management did nothing to look into whether or not what was said about me with true
Senior Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – February 22, 2018
I worked in the Compensation & Benefits Department for the Sr. Vice President and his staff. I learned alot working at Allegheny Ludlum, I was taught how to be a professional, I was very young when I was hired their and I started in the Word Processing Department and interviewed for my final position as Sr. Administrative Assistant. I learned how to run various office equipment, made travel arrangements, expense reports, proofreading documents. They gave me the skills to which I can attribute my experience as of today at my current job.
My first job at a business level, learned everything I could
Great people to work with, great advancement oppertunities.
Student Clerical Assistant (Current Employee) – Millersburg, OR – November 30, 2017
As a student it is a great opportunity to get the experience in an administrative assistant position and and need to think outside of the box to get the job done. I have an amazing manager that has given me just enough direction to get the job done and the feed back necessary to improve.
this was one of the best jobs that I have had in my life. the work environment was excellent and the management was even better. the employees have the opportunity to cross train and learn different jobs.
if you want long weeks (60+ hours per week) apply there
Waterjet Operator (Current Employee) – Monaca, PA – November 5, 2017
long days, long hours, pay is below market status, healthcare went down the drain, if your looking for someone to give them a great review that will not be me...they bring in these young managers that have no people skills or respect for the actual works.
Director (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – November 3, 2017
Working at ATI has been a great opportunity. The company has been through some tough times because of economic factors related to poor trade deal by the government. However, the future is very bright and ATI's focus on "Relentless Innovation" is driving incredible opportunities at all levels of the organization.
People, ethical leadership, safety focused and lots of future opportunity
Still working on the "One ATI" Culture...taking too long.
Operations Leader I - Shipping (Current Employee) – New Bedford, MA – November 1, 2017
A fast paced quality oriented work environment focused on meeting & exceeding customer expectations while maintaining a safe work environment for yourself and your teams. ATI has pay & benefits second to few in this area.