Regional Manager - Technical Solutions (Former Employee) – Quebec City, QC – 13 February 2017
Excellent rail car builder with many talented people from various professions, crafts. Bombardier is a premier rail car builder that has designed and constructed excellent rail cars for the public transportation industry.
Supply Chain Specialist (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 February 2017
best part is learning. if you are willing to learn, this place is amazing. Unionized environment can be challenging but once you learn to deal with that. It is a great place to grown and start your career.
Engineering Specialist (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 February 2017
A great place to work if you are passionate about airplanes. The opportunity to learn how airplanes and complex products are put together has been for my career. However, you may become frustrated by poor management practices.
Peers are passionate about their work.
Unstable work environment with recently lowered benefits. Management is weak and Montreal centric.
Electromechanical Technician (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 February 2017
waiting for the train for different kind of Modification and warranty, interesting job, poor management long & big worked placed time management. finished the worked before the train go back to service.
Customer Service Ambassador, GO Transit (Former Employee) – Etobicoke – 5 February 2017
This job is one that is satisfying, and you must bring high energy, be proactive, and above all you must be mindful of the absolute need to understand and apply all the safety rules that are part of the job.
Excellent salary, paid uniforms, pension, and benefits.
Good employees everyone is very personable and willing to help
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING INTERN (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 25 January 2017
everyone i worked with or had a chance to meet was very accommodating and helpful in my short time there. As i was only 19 at the time of my employment, i learned alot of very valuable information about the process and procedures
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 23 January 2017
Managers have very old-fashioned thinking and do not understand I.T. They are not very flexible when it comes to opinions and do not recognize achievements. A very corrupt hierarchy and lots of politics involved. People are not promoted based on merit but rather seniority and personal preferences.
Check major KPI's (shortages, late deliveries, Receiving snags, invoices, inventories, etc.) and take action. Open planning tools and place PO's according to parts planning/purchasing parameters. Expedite vendors. Open Part Change tools, open blueprints of concerned parts and related specifications. Identify and select potential vendors. Send RFQ/RFP's to selected vendors. Expedite selected vendors, open bids/proposals. Liaise with concerned parties and select vendors. Nomenclature parts, send electronic files to chosen vendors, issue PO's to these vendors.