Very diverse group of work colleagues. Interesting line of products to work on.
Senior Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Wellington, New Zealand – 15 January 2018
A typical day in the office would mainly working on new features for Aviat's microwave communication products. I am also responsible for fixing customers and field issues which may arise form time to time. Aviat is an agile based style of workplace which seems to work reasonably well with a very diverse group of engineers from all over the world.
Free drinks once a month and free cinema trips three or four times a year.
Global company with communication problems and company policy alignment issues.
Excellent team culture as it offers opportunity for cross functional relationship across its many operations in different countries. The annual sales conferences at offsite locations on a rotational basis offered the team a lot of fun and recreations and opportunities to review, unwind, and strategize.
Offsite meeting opportunities, frequent travels, work mixed with fun
Friendly colleaques and timely managerial support on issues
Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Lagos – 1 November 2016
A day starts with review of possible mails from sister offices from other parts of the globe. Requests are attended to and then settle down to attend to the daily local demands.
I have learnt to exercise calmness in any situation while finding solutions to any difficult needs. The management is always supportive of the local challenges that may seem intractable, and the co-workers are very friendly and understanding.
The hardest part had always been managing my primary responsibilities to satisfy the management needs and attending to the unending tax issues that emanate from both the Federal and State Revenue Services.
The most interesting part of the job had been when the period is successfully closed without any major hitches.
Full medical care, bonus and leave
challenge of different time zones if online meeting is required
Decent job with decent pay. Very limited opportunities for advancement
Network Operations Technician (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – 27 September 2016
Good job to start an IT carrer, but very limited opportunities for advancement withing the company. Very high turn around with contracted employees. Very little technical skills at middle management level.
Shift Schedule is 3 days on 4 days off alternating every week
Responsable des projets d'Ingéniérie (Former Employee) – Côte d'Ivoire - Abidjan – 19 July 2016
-je faisais le planning, le design des projets microondes puis étais chargé de répondre aux parties techniques des appels d'offres -je voyageais assez pour apporter du soutien dans leurs présentations techniques et donnais du support technique aux clients -je préparais les BOM (Bill of Material) et BOQ (Bill of Quantity) pour les projets microondes
A typical day at work with interfacing clients and contractors
Project Manager Eastern Cape Region (Current Employee) – Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape – 8 May 2016
A typical day at work is to be adjustable to changes. This is not by lack of planning your day and your duties but the clients expectations and priorities changes daily and we need to be ready to act accordingly by planning the contractors schedules and equipment deliveries. Reporting on all activities take place before work started or after working hours. Discipline and focussing on completing the activities take priority in the day. Invoicing is part of our early morning discussions for the day ahead. Communication is crucial and morning , mid day and afternoon feedback is required to make this an success.
On the Job Trainee (Former Employee) – Clark Freeport Zone – 20 April 2016
The company is great. I learned so many things in this company while I'm under training. The management and my co-workers are awesome. The hardest part of the job is when a unit is so hard to troubleshoot. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you fixed a unit.
*Installation of communications equipment *Learned how to be a team player *Was excellent about job placement *They made my job easier ! they were more like family then co-workers *Being a network integrator required traveling ( Nation Wide ) *Flying and experiencing different cultures and enjoying the different food .
A productive organization, where there's opportunity to improve.
Lead Technical Support Engineer - Tier 3 (Current Employee) – Lagos, LA – 15 October 2015
A nice place to work and learnt on the job, a chance other big companies may not give. The management is supportive, allowing for growth and development of skills. I learnt how to interface with customers and provide solutions to their networks' issues which I enjoy very well. Politics in the organization seem to resent me but all large organizations have it.
Lead Network Engineer (Former Employee) – Morrisville, NC – 28 September 2015
Had the opportunity to help build the Network Operations Center from the ground up and create processes that kickstarted network operations. Overall good environment but payroll did a horrible job in handling pay.