High speed, low drag, working to be "World Class".
Supervisor Integrations (Former Employee) – Cahokia, IL – October 19, 2017
My typical day at Jet started with a cup of coffee then proceeded to a series of meetings to set the day's goals and report on the previous day's progress. Up until the last couple of months, the culture could best be described as fighting brushfires. Needless to say, this presented some daunting challenges, parts delays, accelerated schedules, extremely demanding customers, equipment malfunctions, etc. Unfortunately, we didn't figure out how to get ahead of the wave until about 4 months ago. The job was still fast paced and the hours long, but we were getting what we needed when we needed it. And getting the aircraft built on time, on budget, and with real first time quality.
Good pay, good benefits, Job satisfaction.
Upper management lack of foresight, failed to understand the fundamental system weaknesses.