Good place to get experience, but terrible at deleivering
Desing Engineer (Current Employee) – Canada – 8 May 2017
This company did not addapt to the new market and is struggling to re-organise. The people that work there are great and most customers seems to be happy with the product, but there is major project delays, and lot of quality issues that need to be adressed. It is however a good place to learn and will forge your caracter.
Good work environement, interesting jobs
Every single aspect of the management needs to be changed
Analyst (Former Employee) – Mirabel, QC – 4 May 2017
I have learned a lot on my journey. I had the possibility of exploring different department while staying at the same company and keeping all my benefits. Possibilities of promotions and pleasant atmosphere.
Big organization - long turnaround to implement new information
Project Management Intern (Former Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – 25 April 2017
it was alright, I enjoyed every bit of my four month coop there. they were very cooperative and assisting. as an intern, they did not provide me with any stipend, hence I suggest to apply for a permenant position there.
Being a large company, Bombardier offers jobs and experiences in a large variety of fields and specialties. Ever since the economic downturn and restructuring, employee engagement and enablement became much less important. There is some bullying in workplace. The job pays well and the benefits are also good.
Customer Support & Reliability Safety (Current Employee) – Mirabel, Canada – 12 April 2017
Planing, evaluating, estimating the time for the main priorities and executing the tasks. Every day is a new learning experience about operational problems and solutions. Management update and communication with authorities (FAA, TCCA, EASA). The hardest part of the job is to explain the customers what delays could be expected and why.
Bombardier provides good benefits but the management does not "walk the talk" when it comes to company culture. Many departments especially on development programs are very high stress with little recognition or compensation for your efforts. All of my direct managers have been very good but this is not the case across the board.
Good benefits, many locations in Montreal (depending on your department)
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 7 April 2017
I have been working on Bombardier's aircraft for almost my entire career. Every day we learned new things as we meet more experiences assemblers on the line, we have the opportunity to moved higher in the company such as becoming a method agents, quality control etc. Bombardier aerospace fits my personality as an effective worker.
Manager (Current Employee) – Montréal – 5 April 2017
Some work late, others leave early. Coffee only available at coffee shop, which closes at 3PM. Meetings after meetings, but nothing gets done. Timely delivery supersede quality of deliverable. No telephones... PC headset for VOIP.
Quality Control Clerk (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 March 2017
Exciting to come to work, I leaned a lot about manufacturing, my boss was a really nice person, the people were nice, the hardest part was staying focused since their is always something happening. The most enjoyable part was working with such intelligent and nice people.
A&P Mechanic (Former Employee) – Toronto,Canada – 20 March 2017
Productive and good place to work. Working on new airplanes is very exciting.You learn how the airplane is put togeyher in pieces.Learn how to read engineering prints and also advance engineering work.