Assistant (Former Employee) – Springfield, VA – May 9, 2018
Great place to work, Great manager. They really incorporate you into the work environment as well as the training. They have a consistent training schedule that helps you become a part of what you are teaching
Pastry Chef/Line Cook/Manager of Roti (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 19, 2017
Working at EMA, was a blessing because it taught me much more then I anticipated. I call it my home. My everyday life with EMA has taught me time management and I also was able to utilize my skills from previous jobs and degree from Culinary School. It taught me how to be a strong team player. Also to take control of situations when things went wrong I took it upon myself to correct the problem by coming up with other solutions. As far as my hours they varied because working in the kitchen its never a set schedule. But I also learned with all my hard work it brought promotion and a great raise in the end. But more importantly the relationship with my managers are great. They are very understanding when it comes to employees and will work with you in so many levels to make it a great work environment and a place you would want to stay and grow with as well.
Team leader/Engineer (Former Employee) – Madison, AL – August 17, 2017
Senior design class taught well to teach how to design a product (Vertical Takeoff and Landing Jet) from conception to manufacturing. Focused on initial research and design of the product, along with analysis, CAD models, and drawings.
EMA was a small company so each employee was responsible for several tasks
Buyer/Receptionist /Supervisor (Former Employee) – North Chelmsford, MA – August 5, 2014
On a typical day I was responsible to make sure the product was flowing properly through the company from beginning to end. I would order parts, receive material, make sure material was correct and put away to proper location. Our company had people that spoke different languages which made my job difficult to communicate with the employees at times. What I enjoyed mostly about my job was the fact that I was able to learn several skills because we were small and it was important to be able to help out in every department. Management was always there to help out as well which made the company a happy place all around.
Translator (Former Employee) – AL – January 20, 2014
We had to show at the given time and as soon as we were there our supervisor would welcome us and provide us with our work. We would start working as soon as possible and had to follow the given deadline about how many Word pages or PDF pages we had to translate. Responsibility on not altering the authors words and finding the proper field words required to translate. It was quite fun and manageable. Co-workers were fun and helpful. Finding the right words belonging to the campaign or document given to us. Being able to properly convey the words of the author in the target language.
A typical work day for me is making sure that my patients are cared for in a professional caring manner and helping to create a safe and pleasant environment. Moreover; I have learned how to adapt to quick changes and have contributed ideas to management that can promote positive changes. The hardest part of my job is not having enough time to spend quality time with my patients, however; when I can, I often sing to them or with them and I always greet them with a smile hoping to brighten their days.