Manager (Former Employee) – Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC – 22 November 2017
Great company to work at, great and passionate people. Many opportunities to move up and infinite possibilities to learn. Good salaries and conditions, free parking and big cafeteria, paid vacation and benefits.
Electrical Test Technician (Current Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – 28 June 2017
While this job does pay well and the people I work with are great, the company seems to be all over the place. Communication is lacking between each individual area and everything seems to be rushed giving poor quality products. If you have no education in either electrical, welding or painting good luck with job security. People are always getting laid off left to right. The class 6 jobs that require education aren't as bad but there are still lay offs there too.
Good pay, Steady hours, Lots of overtime
Working in a chaotic environment and never feeling proud of the finished product, Politics present, Accountability out the window
PROGRAM DELIVERY MANAGER (Current Employee) – Whitney, AB – 24 June 2017
This is a vendor Organization that I work for and we provide development and application support for this vendor. Rating may not be on the best scale. This is based on the program that I manage in this organization
Clerk (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 June 2017
Sign in and have a quick overview from shift before starting. Distributing supplies and products to assigned workers. The management team was great. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning more about the process and seeing how the airplanes were built.
Electrical Technician (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 June 2017
Working at willowbrook yard for Bombardier Transportation as an Electrical Technician. Senios don't help. They want newcomers to do work for them and take credits away. Totally racist environment that if white guys don't work then it's okay .if brown guys don't then it's problem.
Electrical Tester (Former Employee) – Ontario – 19 June 2017
The work was great, when there was work to do. Poor organization and supply issues prevented a smooth production line. It was not a pleasant work atmosphere due to tension between management and staff. Co-workers were great.
Established a comparison compliance matrix to facilitate contract negotiations Executed major cost saving initiatives (e.g. resourcing of interiors) Negotiated Technical Requirement Documents (TRD) with several suppliers Supported the Interior/Avionics/Transparencies Procurement team in their daily activities Core competencies: Communication, Teamwork, Leadership, Time Management, Organization, Following Directives, Adaptability
DESIGN CONSULTANT (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 May 2017
There was not an acceptable effort to train the engineering personnel, The computers and the engineering software at the top levels of release. Overall,, a very modest level of the engineering management.