Assembler/Tester (Former Employee) – East Aurora, NY – August 7, 2018
Cool place to work but not a secure job. Was a temp. Training was okay. It's not about quality it's about speed. Advice to management, quality first then speed will come. Have some patience. Over all disappointed with company.
Draftsman (Former Employee) – East Aurora, NY – July 26, 2018
First few years I had plenty of opportunities to grow into many different places in the department however once I transitioned under new management I was no longer positively encouraged to grow, I was held in a stagnant position and was no longer acknowledged for jobs well done and it created a toxic environment to work in.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – East Aurora, NY – July 3, 2018
it was great place to grow professionally.. my mentors who whre tenured employees that fostered a very unique and supportive culture. hardest part was saying good bye as they began to retire one by one.
Assembly & Testing Technician (Former Employee) – Elma, NY – June 9, 2018
Fast paced environment centered around individual performance. Company focuses on contract work to meet influx of work . Good for getting experience and moving on. Bad for job security and social life. Moog makes up for this with competitive pay.
Product Engineer assisting (Former Employee) – East Aurora, NY – May 6, 2018
This job is a great opportunity for a college student to boost their resume and gain work experience in the real world as an engineer. In addition to practicing what you learn in school, you have the chance to learn about what it takes to develop a high quality product that meets strict government requirements.
Lead Senior Software Engineer / Architect (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – April 17, 2018
Company allows and accommodates incompetence while punishing those who value quality. Was told in many different ways to cut quality since only speed and low cost are valued. Expected to take on many different roles outside role hired for.
Production operator (Current Employee) – blacksburg, va – March 8, 2018
The hardest part of the job is seeing how the supervisors pick out favorites and push all the others to the side. My first job i ever had had a better pay rate than MOOG. They had me doing about 4 or 5 different tasks while some people would be on there phone a good bit of the day while i had no time to even think about doing.
Employee (Former Employee) – East Aurora, NY – February 20, 2018
The worker bees at Moog are great; there’s an amazing sense of community. However, if you question management decisions you have an indefinite strike against you. Don’t expect to get promoted unless you have a friend higher up that will create a position for you. It doesn’t matter how well you perform, even as a manager, they’ll keep you if you’re in someone highre’s good graces. The little guy is expendable.