Trainee (Current Employee) – Fraser, MI – February 4, 2018
the work is intricate and requires close attention to detail and is fun to run parts that are important and critical to flight safety the equipment is newer and makes it easy to learn and produce quality hardware
Engineering Co-op Student (Former Employee) – Fraser, MI – June 16, 2017
While not the best place in the world, it was certainly not bad by any means. It was a good place to get start out in and make some money. My biggest problem was that it took me an hour+ to get to work, but they let me do four ten hour days so I wouldn't have to spend another ~2.5 driving each week.
Customer Sales Representative/ Receptionist (Former Employee) – Fraser, MI – August 22, 2016
I loved working at BMT AEROSPACE. I started as a receptionist and was later promoted after 6 months to Sales administrator. after being promoted I came to find that the Aerospace field was not something I was interested in making a career out of. Management was great there and very organized. I loved everyone I worked with and my hours were flexible and worked well with my home life.
Days are long with very short or no breaks. Inconsistent rules throughout the company. To spite employee handbook stating otherwise, manager of scheduling department is married to CEO which causes numerous conflicts and a very poor working environment. Huge employee turnover is only one symptom of this EXTREMELY dysfunctional management system. Inconsistent rules, working hours, and moody and hostile managers make this place a source of unhappiness for many. Co-workers were very nice and competent but this is overshadowed by a select few managers and executives that are letting personal and marital differences influence decisions, attitudes, and goals that are detrimental to the employees which result in the very large turnaround in some departments.
Engineer Administration (Former Employee) – Fraser, MI – June 25, 2013
A typical day consisted of putting graphs up in the shop. Pulling engineering folders that needed to be released, releasing those jobs as well as others that may have been put on my desk. Putting together traveler folders that would follow the parts throughout the process. Help files invoices as well as request tech plans as needed.