Production Operation Technician (Former Employee) – Kearney, NE – September 11, 2017
While working at Chief I did learn more about manufacturing and what is involved to get a item designed and out the door to the customer. The hardest part of the job was doing the exact same thing every day with no recognition of the hard work I was doing.
HR (Current Employee) – Grand Island, NE – August 8, 2017
Good company to work for. Benefits are standard to what others offer in the area. I have met some of the best people while working for Chief and am happy to call them my coworkers. I like the diversity of my job and feel like I have the opportunity to increase my depth of knowledge.
Good working environment, great coworkers, decent benefits
Product Paint Specialist (Former Employee) – Kearney, NE – June 29, 2017
it was a clean and safe environment tot work in, but the supervisor always smelled like alcohol and he had a poor attitude. people had been working the same positions for many years. job advancement seemed unlikely.
professional, fun, high quality product, great safety program
Welder/Fitter (Current Employee) – Rensselaer, IN – October 19, 2016
Great place to be, steady work, all bosses are wonderful with the employee's you can tell they really care about you. Provide training, high quality expectations, hardest part is when it gets hot in the summer
they provide training and really want to see you do well, great benefits, good pay, coworkers are great people to be around and its a very safe and clean place
Millwright Foreman (Former Employee) – South Dakota , Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin – September 30, 2016
Typical day would start at 6:30 ,clean tool trailer, and gather tools for the days posted tasks. Safety meeting and then everyone would proceed to daily assignments. I learned alot about welding with various metals and structures.and safety procedures with electrical lockouts and heights.
Pay was definetly accomadating and the work was productive.
Line Electrician / Line Plumber (Former Employee) – Aurora, NE – June 2, 2015
- Installed faucets and drains and also wired panel boxes and outlets in an industrial factory setting. - Improved the functioning between the plumbing and electrical teams. - Maintained active simultaneous roles within both electric and plumbing teams. - Incorporated improved manufacturing techniques to speed up production. - Maintained detailed tool and shop order inventories.
painter-shipper-driver (Former Employee) – Grand Island, NE – May 11, 2015
the start of the day was doing stretches-and talking to each other about what we did on weekends-then It was decided who was going where and what was happening.my last 3 weeks I was doing customer delivers with the truck-which was very enjoyable getting out of the plant-but I also looked forward to coming back to load the next one and see everyone-I have developed some friendship that will last well after my job is over-with my co workers-supervisors and plant managers