My present position with LMI Aerospace is Administrative Assistant to General Manager, Supervisors, Engineers, and HR Manager. I work in General Ledger with Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable. I have experience in customer service such as vendors and sub-contractors (ie phone calls, emails, purchase orders and arrange meetings).
Team player from management as well as co-workers
With the high cost of living - LMI doesn't pay enough
I would still be working here if I would of been able to keep up with price of gas and maintenance of my vehicle I worked 6pm to 630am it was an awesome job and I would highly recommend anyone in the area or with a fuel efficient vehicle to apply
Quality Assistant (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – May 24, 2018
I have worked at LMI twice in my career. Currently I am working on a project as a contractor. Before I was a Quality Supervisor over QA in assembly and over machining. All good learning experiences. Now I use my years of experience and education to help uplift areas in the company that need help.
CNC Machinist (Current Employee) – Washington, MO – May 21, 2018
show up go to work do your job no pressure untill a mistake is made. feel they dont care about the employees sick or not come to work if you dont they treat you diffenrent. volunteer for overtime or it will be mandatory.
good team of people to work with
getting a different shift is difficult unless you been there 5 years
Quality Engineer (Former Employee) – Catoosa, OK – March 1, 2018
The people and culture were typical of a new age manufacturing facility. The jobs were assigned appropriately and the pay was competitive in most areas with the exception of technical areas. That was lower than most.
HR Manager (Former Employee) – Kansas – February 6, 2018
This is a competitive market and they don't seem like they would want to compete. The areas of concern are wages for the hourly employees. We kept track of the budget and attempted to present the savings to leadership and were not allowed to make pay adjustments.
The hourly workforce
Corporate Leadership doesn't seem to care about the issues at the sites.