Accounting Specialist- Corporate Finance (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 July 2017
Great place to learn new stuff, lots of complex accounting issues to deal with, reporting for various sites across locations. Needs a lot of automation, lot of manual work. Culture is quite professional. In Finance and accounting, timings are very strict and long hours during quarter ends and year ends.
Supply Chain Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 January 2015
Celestica expects a lot out of employee base with respect to time commitment and travel. However, on the flip side, most of the management team offers high degree of work flexibility to help offset the night-work with Asia and constant travel.
This company promotes employee development and if an employee is willing to put in the time and effort, they will see advancement.
Flexbility with Work hours
Lots of night calls with Asia and travel expectations, average pay rates
Good work environment with nice people to work with but very poor pay with no scope to advance or becoming full time in the long run.
Manufacturing Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 December 2014
Well reputed company with good management but it is a temporary contractual work through an agency with very minimum salary with no chance to advance ever. In the maximum of 23 months contract, there is only one pay increase of $0.25 after six months of employment. No opportunity of growing or even getting hired by the company directly makes the job less appealing.
High tech, up to date equipment and software, friendly environment
Senior Test engineer (in-circuit) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 November 2014
Everyday there is a new challenge. Direct contact with customers and clients. Innovative ideas are always welcome. Always there is opportunity to learn new technology and personal skills. Co-workers are friendly and courteous. This is not an 8 to 5 job. Meeting deadlines.
Student Intern (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 July 2014
Typical day at work was to perform solar laminator verification and provide gel samples to lab for certification. Learned a lot about time management skills. co- workers were always friendly and ready to assist. Most enjoyable part of the job was product testing for potential new customers
Friendly work environment
Interns are not provided with a full-time job after the completion of internship term
Hand Soldering - Surface Mount, Through-Hole, Wires & Terminals
Electro-mechanical assembler (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 May 2014
I really enjoyed this team work. Everyday have to pay attention to focus soldering every points and make sure every points is completely done. I feel I did arts job every day also very comfortable. Through the work i learned one thing that is critical, is the fact that each solder/braze materiel must have the correct flux to work properly. soft solders have at least 3 varietiesof flux :acid gel, acid fluid, and non-corrosive flux which may have rosin as a base.As a rule the gel flux esarefor tougher situations like jewelry and crafts and are easier to work with. A fluid flux is better on level surface, but work no better than gel.... A rosin flux is a poor flux, but is widely seen as the ticket for electronics due to lack of corrosion.... anyway have to keep the iron tip clean. Clean tips transmit heat best and save time and money.
Functional Test Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 March 2014
Functional Test Analyst: • Perform functional test flows of Junipers' routing equipment • Analyze and debug failure equipment • Identify and Troubleshoot test flow process • Use Unix scripts and Open Access environment; use DMM, scopes and other measurement equipment • Work with groups of Engineer Technicians • Go-to person for resolving mechanical and electronic issues of Junipers' equipment • Mechanical assembly of repaired equipment if required • Ensure customers' products conform to standards and specification