Sr. Quality Project Manager, Lead (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – March 4, 2014
Pros: teamwork, freindly atmosphere
Cons: lake of management style and skills, lake of job security
My workplace is really friendly, easy going and fact pace. All teammate are involve on daily tasks, meetings, erviewing KPIs and problem solving. There is no individual who works independatly. The management try so hard during any challenged stay on top of the issue but the major issue is that they are suffering lake of academic knowledge. Currentlly, – more... Bombardier is implementing new program which get dictated frm Montreal. Unfortunately, the compnay is suffering due to the sales market and Cash flow is not enough to keep the compnay up on the market and at the same time keep employee safe at the workplace. Anyday, layoff may happen; This is the hardest part of job that feel not to be secure. The most enjoyable part is people. People at bombardier starting form production floor, different functions, roles are amazing. They have working hand and helping hands. we don't have proper training structure at the bombardier but all senior peopr are willing to transfer their knowledge and experience. – less
Structures Assembler (Former Employee), Montreal, Quebec – July 15, 2014
Pros: three shifts of work
Well, during the time working in my ancients jobs, I've learned the we can talk about everything with everybody in your sector. That, in this field of work, you need always check about security and quality, I repeat always, that you are always learning something new, even with the more younger of your partners, always learn, always work hard and always – more... keep your eyes and mind in the future, but always being humble. – less
CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT TECHNICIAN (Former Employee), Thunder Bay, Saint-Bruno – June 18, 2014
Pros: free friday
Cons: long hours
The most enjoyabal part is when I solve an issue. I am filling efficient and happy about the job I do. The hardest part of the job is when you do not have the necessary procedures for solving complicated situations.
My typical day is productive. I learned to work in a manufacturing environment and deal with critical situation in a short time. I am – more... a problem solver and my co-workers know it and they always give me their support when I need it, and viceversa.
Working at BA as a continuous improvement intern for project office has been very challenging and also full of lessons for me. My daily activities include interactions with supervisors and team leads regarding business processes and possible venues of improvement. In addition, creating reports using excel and the company's database gave management team – more... and I enough visibility on improvements progress. I guess because of the level of the workload and type of the job i am doing, the following quote is always true: “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” So the hardest part of the job is to correctly plan the first time and on top of that, prioritizing and aligning all stakeholders' requirements. – less
Cons: at that time in bombardier mexico (bam) do not exist career opportunity
I raising the non–conformance report I perform quality control inspections, during the installation of the parts (metal, electrical, tubing, composite) to identify and react to non-conforming conditions as required.
I learned who inspect the aircraft to the client obtain the best product, and as follow the aircraft regulations
when my job was afected – more... by others employes and i can not do nothin
when my job was affected by others employees and i can't do nothing, is the hardest part of the job – less
Electrical/Electronics Technician (Former Employee), Thunder Bay, ON – June 3, 2014
Work an 8 hour day, and overtime if asked to. learned troubleshooting skills on a practical level management was helpful and respectful co-workers are also helpful and respectful the hardest part of the job is troubleshooting to find problems when the arise. the most enjoyable part of the job is when fix the problem after troubleshooting the errors – more... that occur. – less
Exec.Admin.Assistant/Analyst/Training Coordinator (Current Employee), Toronto, Ontario – March 13, 2014
The most enjoyable part of working for Bombardier is the fact that your day goes by extremely quick. With the large expansion of growth, the only set-back is that the growth is only amongst the operations of locomotive engineers, conductors and CSA's. There is no expandable growth amonst office staff.
Worked for Bombardier Aerospace for over 21 years. Laid off due to position being abolished. Learned about the way many departments work in the aeronautical division. Worked with many professional co-workers. Enjoyed day to day activities.
Programmer Analyst (Co-op) (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – February 8, 2014
It is a good company. Well organized , well managed. The co-worker is really helpful. Everyday after having lunch we used to go out for walk in outside, which was really fun. Most often we have in house party.