Software Designer (Current Employee) – Bolton, ON – 16 November 2017
My day at work can go from me working on the backlog of projects to me on the shop floor helping fix issues. This position has me wearing multiple hats at the same time and working through the day doing different things for various projects. The main goal of my position is to design the software for the injection molding machines that Husky produces for their customer. To fulfill this task, I go through everything from actual production work to sustaining product lines to working with development engineering to help fix issues and come up with new strategies for further development.
Company was undergoing many changes from when i started to when i finished.
Supply Chain Analyst (Former Employee) – Caledon, ON – 28 October 2017
The company itself was a great place to work with competent coworkers. There was a unique culture at Husky that emphasized on getting involved outside of professional duties such as team sports, events, pot lucks etc.
Good Place to Work, Great Work Environment, Great Benefits, Low Pay.
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) – Bolton, ON – 5 May 2017
I enjoyed going to work for Husky Injection Molding. The people were friendly, the atmosphere was enjoyable and I always had work to do. The group benefits are exceptional, but a lot of the times you have to be on contract for awhile, sometimes years. They have a lot of recreational teams to choose from and they have a gym on campus. They also have a wellness centre on campus for massage therapy, chiropractor and more. They have recreational rooms in the many of the buildings on site, ex. ping pong. The shift work there varies. You could be on a rotation or could be working straight shifts. They have three shifts. Days, afternoons and weekends. There is room for advancement in this company, a lot of it being CNC machines. The pay is low however and the raises are minuscule. Bonus are handed out based on your work performance and continuous improvement projects.
Group benefits, recreational activities, on site gym and great work environment.
Test Engineer (Current Employee) – Bolton, ON – 28 August 2016
• Use existing tools and techniques to execute test cases and build/script new tools for performing testing/validation function. • Support production deployment of applications and perform validation testing. • Support in system startup, conduct validation and testing of mold and machine.
Integration System Technician (Former Employee) – Bolton, ON – 3 May 2016
The most challenging part of this job was no support after hours. I was in permanent afternoon shift and resolved most problems without any support. this helped me in building up confidence to troubleshoot machine without anybody's help. There were 3 gourmet restaurants inside the building offering freshly cooked food at a very reasonable price, I gained 5-6 lbs within a year.
CNC Machinist (Former Employee) – Bolton – 4 October 2015
I worked there for three years as a temporary employee with Husky contract. They pull your leg saying they will make you a full timer. I regret I ever worked for them. Two tear wage structures. Temps only get half the salary of a full timer for doing the same job.Incompetent plant manager and team leaders. I am supersized about the positive reviews here.
Sr. System Specialist (Former Employee) – Bolton, Ontario – 9 September 2015
working in this place for 16 years, I can not complain about anything except it lost the challenge for me after 15 years. I did the following during my carrier at husky Unix admin windows admin DBA Oracle, SQL application support backup/recovery and archiving Project management for some small and medium project Storage admin (mostly EMC) Understanding and following ITIL process