Only worth it to get into boeing
CMS Technician (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – February 7, 2018
A typical day would be either scanning or filling cabinets with products used by Boeing employees. I learned how to manage better with numbers, how to budget time and work independently. I think the most enjoyable part of the job was working independently, but still getting help from your team if you need it. The hardest part was learning the needs of your specific stocking area. The management is the sole reason I would not recommend the job to anyone and is the reason I quit. The direct management here in the St. Louis area is horrible. My direct manager has horrible communication skills and is not a people person what-so-ever. It is especially difficult because we are representatives of our company and to have a manager who would get into arguments with a Boeing employee (our customers of Wesco Air) is ridiculous. The benefits were not enough to keep me around. Each individual has their set of unique gifts, but I did not have the gift of grace for this type of behavior. I will never work for them again. The one good thing that came out of working here is meeting Boeing employees. I've met some great people and working here temporarily has helped me get my foot in the door at Boeing itself!
independence but team environment, 401k benefits