Temporary Part Time (Former Employee), Windsor, ON – July 8, 2015
Pros: Excellent wages.
Cons: Worked Consistent Weekends
Typically at Chrysler as a TPT you would fill in for an absent full time worker on the job they were assigned to for that day. A shift lasted 8 hrs. The hardest part of the job was the monotony (doing – more... the same exact task for 8 hrs). From working at Chrysler, I learned the value of money and how important it is to save for your future. It also motivated me to become something other than a factory worker for the rest of my life. Chrysler is very flexible with your school schedule. It was not too hard to balance work, school and social parts of my life. The supervisors in the plant are professional and look out for your best interests. If I felt unsafe for any reason on a job, they would look into it and move me to a new job where i felt more comfortable. They are very big on plant safety. – less
Quality Inspector (Former Employee), Brampton, ON – July 6, 2015
co-workers are very helpful and supportive. process is streamlined and work productivity is always increasing. best part of job when we receive new parts to process and in turn get to learn lots of things
Electrical Resident Engineer (Current Employee), Brampton, ON – October 25, 2014
Pros: great team for the resident engineering department
Cons: frequent mandatory weekends
Working in an automotive assembly plant is a high-pressure experience that pushes you to your limits and helps you break them. I've accomplished a lot working here and learned how to surpass my limits.
Automotive Service Technician (Former Employee), Portage la Prairie, MB – April 25, 2014
Pros: 2 coffee breaks and an hour for lunch
Cons: wages, flat-rate
Chrysler Training program is very beneficial for technicians. Really helped me with my job. Chrysler service info and vehicle diagnostic systems are fairly user friendly. Typical shop environment. Guys were overall pretty fun to work with. Everyone got along for the most part. Communication skills were lacking between management and service departments creating unnecessary stress.
Order Selector (Former Employee), Mississauga, ON – January 1, 2013
A typical day includes order picking. An order includes a batch of about thirty tickets and needs to be completed within thirty minutes and the process is repeated for the remainder of the day. I learned – more... time management and organizational skills. The hardest part of the job was working in solitude the entire day. The most enjoyable part was gaining a sense of independence from completing all tasks alone. – less
Line Worker (Former Employee), Windsor, ON – December 14, 2012
Pros: good money and location
Read and interpret schematic drawings, diagrams, blueprints, specifications, work orders, or reports to determine materials requirements or assembly instructions. Explain assembly procedures or techniques – more... to other workers. Position, align, or adjust work-pieces or electrical parts to facilitate wiring or assembly. Clean parts, using cleaning solutions, air hoses, and cloths. Mark and tag components so that stock inventory can be tracked and identified. – less