Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – January 30, 2019
Being in the company for more than 4 years, I saw improvement in the management team but still things that need to be fix, like company culture, engineering work places and people attitudes. Company is not making money right now and engineers are under the pressure of losing their jobs.
Source Inspector (Former Employee) – Santa Maria, CA – February 13, 2019
Come in and ready to start inspections of airline seats. Talk with Supervisor/co-workers on changes or updates was a little challenging. Being able to multi-task and work with other technicians and Project Managers to get the job done right was fun. Depending what dept. you worked at could be challenging or just laid back. When it came to Final/approval inspections could be the hardest part if you cannot get the technicians and Project Managers to build the product in a timely manner, so communication is the key. The best part working there was having my boss supporting me in most decision making to get products out and delivered on time.
The company does provide great benefits if your hired on
Warranty Administrator (Former Employee) – Carson, CA – February 8, 2019
The work environment at Zodiac Aerospace was very pleasant. I learned a lot from management and other co-workers while training. The hardest part of the job would be 6 am work time. The most enjoyable part of the job was having everyone work together as a team.
I enjoyed the atmosphere and comraderie among employees and managers were easy to talk to and willing to listen
Quality Control Technician/ Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Bellingham, WA – February 7, 2019
Zodiac was an educational experience for me. I have experience in QA but was trained at zodiac to conduct inspections of product to meet FAA requirements and taught to read technical drawings. Days tended to be long, which was fine. The hardest thing was that there was only hours of notice given if you were needed on weekends. My managers were easily accessible and easy to talk to. I found that suggestions were listened to and often applied
CONTROLLER (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – January 24, 2019
Zodiac Aerospace is a employee-oriented company. The corporate culture is always friendly. It provides employees with many corporate benefits such as education reimbursement, flexible working schedules and etc.
Expeditor (Former Employee) – Cypress, CA – December 3, 2018
i learned how to do electrical assembly as well as expedite at a somewhat faced paced crucial environment it was great you can get as much OT as you want and everyone was friendly that place showed me how to grow up from being a kid and realized it was a work place and a place worth learning and taking interest as i was working
Assembler/Production (Former Employee) – Gainesville, TX – November 25, 2018
learn to read blueprints to assemble parts fun putting some together hard for other lots of people to teach you the hardest is learning to read some of the prints your working with good poople that is willing to help you
Structure Assembler (Former Employee) – Huntington Beach, CA – November 20, 2018
If you are able to work late nights and weekends its decent. It has a good coffee machine so late night work is not bad. The lunch breaks are quick and i felt like i was rushed to eat my food and be bback out on the floor quick.
Assembler (Current Employee) – Carson, CA – November 13, 2018
I have learned a lot of great things there although the lack of leadership and the lack of good management never allowed me to grow. My coworkers were great people, but the supervisors aren’t too great or knowledgeable about our duties