Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 13 December 2016
Typical day begins with the tasks, goals and expectation for the day. These information is filtered appropriately to all team members and set the tone for the day Raw material to meet demands were reviewed Quality issues were reviewed with suggestions to improve to be in line with the expectations Customer interfacing/interaction projects planning and coordinating Dealing with any conflicts in production and among staff Look for opportunity to develop the team Plan appropriate training to improve efficiency Work with senior management to ensure that our production unit wee in line with the Corporate goals/objective
Motorola is a great world leader in communications services and products
Regional Account Manager (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 20 July 2016
Loved the time I spent there and they were a launch of my sales Career out of university. Continuous training and mentorship from within Senior Management and educational grants by Corporate to help finish Schooling.
Product Compliance Approval Senior Coordinator (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 6 June 2015
Always a new challenge and discovering new ways to do new things. Continuous learning and development with every new assignment and managing the priorities of all projects to keep important projects running smoothly. Setting the priority of a task is the hardest, as it means other tasks get less attention and longer times to complete. With continuous improvement writing policy and procedure documents where essential to define your work and for others to understand your challenges.
this is a contract position that I came on half waythrough the project
Construction /Project Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto – 3 June 2015
check the prgress off all sites under construction when you come into a job a little different then what you have done in the past there is not alot of ramp up time the managers were great took all our feedback and backed us up all the way there was only one other CM and we worked all the sites together when I arrived not all the contractors had a clear picture of what was wanted and had to sort that out in a hurry seeing the project grtting completed
Senior Buyer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 September 2014
Have been working for same company for 24.8 years. Started as a Purchasing Assistant and was promoted to Jr. Buyer, then to Buyer and in 2010 was eventually promoted to Senior Buyer. Had the opportunity to learn so much due to the job transition as well as some of the managers, who were tremendous mentors.
The Supply Chain department was outsourced to Malaysia in 2013 and left in June 2014.
Company background: Started with Teklogix Inc, in 1989 - was great place to work In 2000, Teklogix was acquired by Psion PLC, thus became Psion Teklogix, In 2011, Psion has shortened its operating company name by removing Psion in 2012 - Psion Inc. was acquired by Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Repair Technician (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 2 March 2014
Days filled with busy hours Learnt BGA soldering, diagnosing iDEN phones, Schematics of Motorola Phones Very supportive co-worker The hardest part was the quantity of work load Most enjoyable part was the team work
Great people but driving the necessary process changes is very difficult
Solutions and Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 August 2013
I really enjoy the people that I work with and they are all very talented and forthcoming. I have many friends here. The environment is relaxed so long as you stay on top of your work. The hardest part of the job is trying to get past all the meetings and actually execute the plan to a solution. This is clearly an attribute of being a part of such a large organization.
Excellent benefits, great people, oppertunity to grow
Software Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 23 July 2013
My day normally starts off (at work) when I walk into our building with Morning greeting to everyone you meet at 9am. Go to my cubicle and turn my PC. The first thing I do is checking my email and prioritizing the Emails and processing(replying or forwarding ...) them. Then checking my Calendar and my task. Attending the 10 minutes daily Standup meeting, in the meeting everybody working for the project talk about what was done yesterday and what barrier you have for you work, what you are going to do today. After that I do some automation and manual test and report the bugs I found through the bug report tool after communicating with the product support person, the project manager and the relevant developer. Of course I have 30 minutes lunch time every day at 12pm. Attending or organizing 1 hour bug fixed checking in meeting, in the meeting making decision for the bug fixing and checking in priorities. Do some more function test/ regression test via automation tool/manual, analyzing the bug I found with co-worker/test lead/developer and reporting the bug via bug managing tool. Training junior new co-worker/ sharing new knowlege/technical experiences with my team members. Writing down what I did today and what issues I solved today and what I'm going to do Tomorrow. Setting up the over night running test case and let is run over night and say good night to the team and go home at 5pm.
Fexible working hours
It's far away from my home, I've to waste too much time because of traffic jam.
Warehouse Assistant (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 26 February 2013
This was employment thru Manpower temp agency when I first move to Mississauga. Overall it was a great experience and my first job working in a warehouse. I enjoyed management and loved working with my co-workers. The hardest part of this work was not enough hours for the week and then lots of over time other week