Alpine Air Employee Reviews

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One of the best companies in its line.
Ground Supervisor/ Apprentice Aircraft Mechanic (Current Employee) –  Billings, MTApril 24, 2019
Alpine is an amazing place. 11 years with them and still going. Definitely somewhere I see myself even 11 years from now. All kinds of jobs from ground, maintenance, pilots, management, and so on.
Pros
Very supportive people, people want you to succeed
Cons
Depends on what time you're shift is and if you like working odd hours
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If you enjoy high school drama....apply here
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXMarch 13, 2019
I enjoyed working here, but office is like working in a high school setting. Older office ladies are drama filled and if you don't let them into your personal business they will make it up to start problems for you. Owner is a great guy but allows bad people to work for him. Allows accounting department to discuss pay rates and bonuses to other employees (ILLEGAL). Doesn't really want the company but pretends he does.
Cons
Office
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2.0
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I felt there was a lot of back biting and zero connection between cooperate and the pilot group
Flight Follower (Former Employee) –  Provo, UTDecember 18, 2018
Working closely with the pilot group in Montana and corporate being in Provo had its stresses. The majority of corporate had no idea about some of the pilots in Montana or couldn't put a face to a name even after 10 to 15 years of working there. The pilots are the backbone of the company and they didn't really get recognized for their hard work.
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Cons
Inability to change or take on new ideas for the betterment of the company.
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2.0
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Low moral, no stability
HVAC Apprentice (Former Employee) –  Reno, NVDecember 6, 2018
Low moral, shady stuff goes on, no stability. Doesn’t matter how long you’ve been there everything is based on school not how good you are or how hard you work
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5.0
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Productive and ability for advancement
Payroll Clerk/ Warehouse (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXApril 30, 2018
I started here as a receptionist and over the years was able to work up to Payroll Clerk and HR. With this company you can learn anything or any job if you just put yourself out there. Managment gives you the chance and tools to work either with others or on your own.
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5.0
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Great place to work
Service Technician (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXDecember 3, 2017
I miss working there it was fun. The people running the place are down to Earth. Also they don't stress about the little things, as long as you got work work done you will be just fine working there.
Pros
Great place to start out at.
Cons
Low pay.
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5.0
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Fun job. Great pay, flexible hours
Cargo Handler (Former Employee) –  Grand Forks, NDApril 13, 2017
Best job that I have ever had. Management was great. Pay and benefits were great. Work wasn't too difficult and coworkers were easy to get along with.
Pros
Great pay and benefits
Cons
Weather sucked
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No structure what so ever.
Receptionist (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXAugust 14, 2015
This company needs someone to come in and train the entire building. Everything is still handwritten which there's nothing wrong with that but no one really knows what their doing, pretty much make things up as they go. no employee handbook, no benefits,no structure, no mangement skills from anyone in the building.
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Not a career type of employer
employee (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXApril 7, 2015
Time management will always be tested, day to day things will challenge your normal day to day routine. management is very relaxed and at times nonexistent, until something is rushed. hardest part of job you will be asked to do things not listed under your job title. The most enjoyable part of the job time off is always readily available.
Pros
overtime in summer, time off
Cons
working outside your job title and employee wage advancement
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5.0
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A day at work.
USPS Aircraft Fueler, loader, Driver, ect (Former Employee) –  Billings, MTFebruary 11, 2015
I sort all the carts of mail for there destinations and go out and flag down and park the aircrafts in there places based on there tail number and location. Then drive all the carts and generator to it and if the weather is rough the de-ice truck. Inside the jet I load by mass and size and destination for all 6 to 8 nets and fill every one to the top packed tight for no movement in the air during the flight. or get the fuel truck and fill both sides evenly depending on how much ether one burned to the other and oil and motor checks. after its packed run the generator or be the flagger for them on when to start the motors and tests out side the jet of lights and wheels and the rest then clear the trucks and direct them threw the jets and start on the next one. also be sure all of this does not take up to a hour and a half per jet.
Pros
best job for the pay i had
Cons
its bloody cold in -38 with jets ontop of that or moving all the snow.
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2.0
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good pay
Medical Driver (Former Employee) –  Billings, MTApril 18, 2014
if your hurt on the job your fired workers make you want to quit and throw 150lbs bags at you in a hot 4 foot plane
Pros
18hr
Cons
workers make you want to quit and throw 150lbs bags at you in a hot 4 foot plane
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4.0
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Really easy job
Internship and Loader (Current Employee) –  Billings, MTFebruary 20, 2014
simply loading mail onto planes. operation of ground equipment. Co Workers are good, like most places you just have to find your own niche
Pros
High Pay for little work
Cons
Part time, not many hours available
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4.0
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Fun work place
Office Assistant (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXDecember 6, 2012
building, solidering, testing, wiring and repairing PC circuit boards and AC/DC modules for Oil Rigs, shipping / receiving, training new employees, maintaining stock, faxing, ordering parts and maintaing stock, filing, filling orders, data entry, e mails, and other office duties.
Pros
learn alot of things, bonsus, paid holidays
Cons
owner is two sided and dosent lean towards womens opinions
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