Contractor for AT&T Technical Department - Manager (Former Employee), Chantilly Virginia – October 18, 2012
A typical day for me is working with about 15-20 customers per day helping them with issues with their cell phones. I learned that being a manger is more than just managing your location, you are learning how to keep a team together, keep morale in the locations, and still provide a level of comfortability within your team and customers so that the – more... level of customer service is #1. The hardest and most enjoyable part of my job was working with the customers. – less
Knowledge gaining and balanced environment in all aspects.
Procurement Specialist (Current Employee), Chennai, TN – June 16, 2014
My regular work flow in office :
*Developing New Suppliers based on the NPI and Requirement *Handling Various Types of active and passive components. *Material Planning and Buying as per Customer’s weekly Demand *Timely issuance of PR & PO for the shortage quantity as per ERP *Price Negotiations and Finalizes the Orders. *Getting Exact ETD & ETA for – more... the PO’s & tracking the transit material status *Getting Samples & Pilot lot for trial and pre-mass run *Following logistics and customs for quicker clearance of shipment. *Clearing Quality Rejection Materials by Coordinating with Suppliers *Evaluating each supplier based on their Performance. – less
Production Control Clerk (Former Employee), Longview, TX – June 15, 2014
Pros: good health insurance & vacation
I planned on retiring from the company but the company closed in Longview and relocated to Austin Tx. Enjoyed work, co-workers were great everyone jumped in to help each other to meet the schedule Customers and quality come first. Flextronics / Alcatel Lucent was a great company to work for.
Assembler and Production (Former Employee), Milpitas, CA – June 10, 2014
I worked the day shift that involved building chassis. My co-workers were always friendly and professional. I would have to say the hardest part of the job was building numerous devices in a very short period of time. The most enjoyable part of working at Flextronics was learning new products while finishing the job.
Busy workplace with high level of Customer Service
Assistant Manager, In house Technical Trainer (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NV – June 2, 2014
Pros: opportunity for learning a higher level of training.
Cons: little advancement opportunities.
I started the company with a Customer Service background. Through out working for the company, I have learned a lot of technical support aspects for mobility. I have had the opportunity to become one of the Mentors after being in the position for six months. Since then, the companies Training program has molded me into a great trainer allowing me to – more... grow and develop not only myself but our fellow employees. – less
Proactive, hardworking and dedicated with significant experience in any chargers, adaptors, standard and high power supply qualification.
Senior Quality Assurance Engineer (Current Employee), Pasig City – June 2, 2014
Pros: quarterly bonus
Cons: too many overtime without pay.
Recognized for strong adherence to quality and reliability of power supplies, ability to work effectively as a group member and leader with less or no supervision and conviction for work ethics and standards. Proven technical communication, interpersonal and training skills. Core competencies include:
electrical circuit testing and analysis thermal – more... qualification of power supplies prediction of MTBF and e-cap life of power supplies parametric testing project and manpower scheduling knowledgeable in Relex item 2 toolkit software knowledgeable in power supply topologies staff oversight and supervision report documentation, preparation and submission mechanical test and documentation – less
Inspector (Former Employee), Coopersville, MI – May 27, 2014
It was very easy work i would whether work 3rd thru them because everyones nice 2nd shift some people are rude for 3rd they are very nice people they where nice people it wasnt hard at all i liked everything about it
Assembly/Production (Former Employee), Austin, TX – May 19, 2014
Pros: lots of breaks, and good weekly pay
Cons: crazy supervisors, and the i can replace you at anytime attitudes, very unprofessional atmosphere.
Assembly is assembly so its the same thing everyday with a few new peoples.I learned alot about the inside of the computer business but the management for the most part was terrible. It just seem like everything was outta control andthey just passed respondsibility to the next person. And my former co workers for the most part were alrght being that – more... im not from here. The hardest part of the job is getting a supervisor that cares about what there building and the most enjoyable part of the job was looking back on you built the before and after process. – less