Software Development Engineer (Current Employee), Ashburn, VA – January 25, 2014
Pros: free parking, stock, travel
Cons: short breaks
US government contractor...Tier 2 support Network/Software Engineer, great co worker, great work conditions and staff management and engineering team. Nothing really hard and just freedom and lost of hard work and fun.
System Test Engineer (Former Employee), 上海市, C23 – June 5, 2014
They have free lunches there.I can learn many technical knowledge about LTE because there were a lot of trainings holded by several departments every week.But the work was very tight and there were always overwork.Sometimes i should work for 12 hours a day and it's really a long working hours.
Sales Administration Coordinator level 4 (Former Employee), Kanata, ON – May 22, 2014
Pros: great team experience and free team building events.
Cons: quarter ends had long hours.
My typical day at work was to review stats, to ensure that we would meet our one time deliveries. Help team members with the portfolio's and projects that the were working on to ensure that the customer would receive their material on time. Assist with high profile conference calls to help set up projects and resolve any issues that we might have. Example – more... shortages, equipment failure etc. The hardest part of the job is for me was putting the job down and going home, especially if we had issues with a project. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with all the people at Alcatel and help accomplishing the task at hand. – less
Software Quality Assurance (Former Employee), Kanata, ON – January 21, 2014
First coop was inexperienced. Not really given any challenging work. Felt more like a weight to the team than an asset. Would have really appreciated some neat projects to work on or some encouragement.
Switching Engineer/IT Technician (Former Employee), Lagos – August 29, 2013
Pros: great co-workers
Cons: poor compensation
Depending on the project at hand, a typical day could be fun and exciting. Co-workers are fun to be around. Typically when there is an ongoing project it is work round the clock but at times everyone is idle. Management is not doing enough to promote the company in Nigeria where I worked. The hardest part of the job is when you have to go away from – more... your family for over a month working in a remote location. Management do not seem to know what is called work - life balance. Relationship between management and staff is strictly business. – less
QC - Testing Associate (Current Employee), North York, ON – August 21, 2013
Assembled inverters (domestic,commercial and industrial for company AEI) tested and attended to all defects. Everday learned new technics and identified faults. We had to mange the availability of parts and also had to cordinate with co-workers. The hardest part of the job was to detect the fault and to identify the faulty part. The most enjoyable part – more... was when the fault was removed and the apparaus was working as desired. – less