Design Engineer (Former Employee), Tucson, AZ – April 17, 2012
Cons: being away from home during the week.
I learned they are so busy there is little time for one on one training or time for questions about their procedures and I went by my own handwritten notes which was difficult. There were no outlines for naming or structural procedures for the bill of materials or for models and drawings and how they use the load options. What I learned is to ask for – more... that material and find out expectations up front to learn faster what a company needs. – less
Design Engineer (Former Employee), Westminster, CA – April 5, 2012
Pros: good pay
Cons: top manager is like used limo salesman
I have been interview for a Sr. Mechanical Engineer by manufacturing manager, his manager, his manager, and the top manager - The General Manager. It seems to be an existing conflict within the organization between the original employees of the high tech gearbox company and the new management that came with BA Aerospace. The new BE managers are not – more... technical and not educated. The General Manager from BE has little if any expertise in mechanical systems. BE used to do interior designs on aeroplanes like installing platinume showers and toilets. Now BE wants to enter a high tech business by purchasing a high tech company. They are looking for new engineers because the existing engineers leave. When managers are not engineers, good engineers normally do not stay. – less