Electronics Assembler (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 10 January 2018
Celestica is n amazing place to get a lot of industry experience. You work on some pretty cool projects like: modifying and sealing 21B-17 units, modifying sensors, and other repair/ modification projects. However the hours of work can be a bit unconventional and you can easily be stuck on the same job with no room for growth.
Commodity Management Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 October 2013
Worked flexible hours coordinating negotiation cycle, working with management, suppliers and customers. Learned a lot about the professional environment and working in a fast paced environment. Managers were very helpful and constructive assisted a lot in my development. Most enjoyable part of the job was my co workers, enjoyed working along side them and working as a team to accomplish goals set out by management.
Oracle Data Warehouse Developer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 September 2013
Daily Team Meeting for current project progress review and perspective jobs to work on. Prepare and plan daily jobs. Communicate with business persons for collecting information and requirements. Design Database structures. Code, Test and on production loading and reporting. Communicate with Co-workers who work on same project. Hardest part of job is performance tuning. The explain plan is never the best one even hint added. Communicated with DBAs and changed the some parameters of Database to resolve this issue. The most enjoyable part of job was projects completed and won the prize with co-workers. I won prize twice. One is for Aggregated Data Mart and one is for Database Migration.
Customer Focused Team Lead Technical Trainer (Former Employee) – Toronto ON – 31 July 2013
Working on the line 24/7 shift environment. Learned how to operate ABB Robots and TT Tabber Stringer equipment. Coworkers are multicultural tending to majority coming from middle east . Long hours and noisy environment ~ 80 decibels noise level. The benefits are the most enjoyable part of the job.
Production Technician (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 July 2013
Worked as a certified X-Ray and PLR Operator for Juniper • Inspected the final products using X-Ray, VM, MVP and RTI machines and used computer applications like 5DX-PLR for finding possible defects on the boards
MANUFACTURING TEAM LEADER (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 June 2013
Celestica was the first company where I started working after Migrating. Great place to work with. Almost every one who worked there were Qualified People. Most of them were new Immigrants too. Every one respect each other. very clean environment. Had opportunity in leaning Canadian system. Handling new culture.
Electronic Technician (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 May 2013
i was working with day shift and i learned about quality control, quality assurance, packing, shipping, testing, soldering and was using some of new electromechanical tools and machinery My team leader and supervisor are very cooperative and always nice to all employers they instruct well before start any new job they instruct well that there is no mistake during the production procedure and until shipping the environment was good specially working with other co workers.
Board repair/ hotbar, new hire orientation (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 March 2013
great place to learn about electronic production, co workers with different ethic backgrounds added to the learning experience. Scheduled breaks and lunches with a diverse menu and access to popular food outlets.It was not a pressured work environment but you needed to be focused on your specialty of work. Great staff to work with all the way up to the Director of that particular division that took interest in your work and your peace of mind. Every one did a proffessional job and had constant group updates. I would work there again
clean working conditions
time limited contract work only, average pay, no benefits
Excellent company to work with. Good management and staffs. Good salary and benefits.
Operations Engineering Support (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 January 2013
Flexible schedules, enjoy working with the technician and management....very understanding and career focus. The job is very challenging but I love it. I worked there for almost five years..I enjoy every minute of it.
Electronic Assembler / Operator (Former Employee) – DonMill Toronto – 18 January 2013
I was a testing and encapsulating cardboard memory. Some soldered under microscope. The co-workers very nice to me and we were getting along well. The job was very easy, nothing was hard for me. The most enjoyable part of the job was I got 4 days off.
always has free donut, big lunch room with a chef cooking for us.
Electronic Manufacturing Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto – 12 January 2013
Although the pay is not the best, the work environment and core principles of the workplace are truly worth staying for. The managers stress adherence to strict work standards, and ensure that all matters of safety and cleanliness are maintained
consistent breaks, good work principles, consistent safety and health standards
Program Coordinator / Producton Cell Leader (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 January 2013
Learned everything from the manufacturing process, information technology, lean, six sigma, warehousing, after-market services, supply chain, leadership, personnel safety and many others.
Management is very fair and by the book sometimes to much which negatively impacts some employees. Sometime being too fair comes at a cost to employees who consistently exceed expectations.
The hardest part of the job is finding new and efficient ways of doing this, but this is a challenge that we are constantly encouraged and motivated to accomplish, which brings many rewards from personal growth and satisfaction to sometimes financial rewards.
Most enjoyable part is the ability to continually grow and learn new things on the job and through furthering education at the company's expense.
yearly bonus, plenty of vacation time and very flexible
One of the best companies I ever worked for, enjoyed learning new techniques.
Buyer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 December 2012
Very well organized, Celestica ensures that employee is rewarded going that extra mile to implement innvovation like setting up suppliers on SMI (Supplier Managed inventory) , Kanban and optimizing inventory by using SMI to ensure 2 week stock is always available.
Management is excellent and innovative, conduct regular weekly meetings to discuss issues.
learnt new ideas techniques like setting up and calculating optimised stock for smi, inventory mitigation, flexitime, very accomodative and understanding colleagues; good salary.