• Working under a journeyman, many different obligations were mandatory on a daily basis, including: Measuring and correctly labeling pulls of wire going from the main panels to the devices (ex: FIT, AIT, PIT, Wireless valve switches, Solenoids). • After pulling to all the devices, they were correctly labelled with wire markers and tied in to the correct terminal pins. • Ran various types of flex tubing, rigid conduit, strut brackets, etc.
PRODUCT SERVICE MANAGER (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 15 September 2015
Normally very busy with multiple projects across several businesses in a global environment. Working with individuals from the shop floor to the Executive bands. Intense but rewarding. A high degree of travel globally introducing you to new cultures.
Technically challenging and a high degree of variance from day to day.
Can be overwhelming when you are away from home so much, Long hours balancing multiple projects which are always time sensitive.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Langley, BC – 25 August 2015
This was a wonderful organization where I was challenged to learn new things. Reception, Accounts Payable, Invoicing, Producing documentation, Conducting Quality Procedure Audits. The hardest part of the job was having to leave when they closed the office.
Mailroom Clerk (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 20 January 2015
• Gathered and sorted mail accordingly by departments into slots; delivered mail on a daily basis • Assisted with communication delivery needs within the office • Certificate of Achievement acknowledging hard work and integrity
IT Application Developer (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 30 October 2014
GE is nice place to work, people in GE always try to helps new employee or interns. I joined GE as an intern. I got all important and useful information about company different policies at induction program which company only organized for interns or new employees, when they join company. All co-workers are so good and very supportive and cooperative. Most important part is we can work independently. The managers and co-workers appreciate new initiative or simplification. They do support new ideas and new technology.
We also participate in fund raising events for charity by buying raffles tickets, balloons or by participating in some games. We do enjoy by participating in some games activities organized by company and by having ice cream every Friday in summer season :)
Reliability Engineer (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – 2 September 2014
One of the best Managed companies I have worked for Deadlines were fixed. Corporate goals where well understood by employees. Very customer focused organization. Had a matrix organisation which made it difficult at times to convince other groups of the need to do specific things. Often Times (Too Many) upper level management was involved in the day to day activities.
Digital Energy Co-op NPI Engineer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 July 2014
- Working on the manufacturing floor alongside assemblers and engineers -great work environment, cheerful and fun place to be! -most enjoyable part of the job would be my team -supervisor has been the greatest role model i have had so far
Assembly Worker (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 7 April 2014
- Day started with a morning meeting to assign tasks for the day - I learned how to read blueprints, properly wire and build control panels, operate a crane and attach parts of the Wind Hubs - Management was very helpful and friendly, they made daily rounds so if you ever had any questions they were available - Most Co-workers were friendly and helpful, experienced workers were there to give advice or help if I was having trouble - The hardest part of the job was training employees that had more experience then me (when lay offs were happening we had to train employees from different areas) when they didn't want to learn - The most enjoyable part was challenging myself to see how many Wind Hubs I could finish in a day, also working with friendly, easy going people