Office Administrator (Former Employee), Derby – September 17, 2012
My normal working day would start by checking in with my Line manager and then ringing the NVQ assessor I was assigned to and check if there was anything she needed for her day, as well to remind her of any appointment changes that had arisen. The management team was very professional at all times. I got on very well with my co-workers. The hardest – more... part of the job was getting used to the pics system they used. the most enjoyable part of the Job was all of it – less
Instructional Designer (Former Employee), Englewood, CO – June 29, 2012
This data storage device manufacturer had frequent product updates, which kept the Training team busy. Each product had an assigned instructional designer/writer for the training deliverables. At times, deadlines were tight but usually realistic.
Continually growing company, focused on technology improvement
Program Manager (Former Employee), Englewood, CO – March 22, 2012
Quantum continually focuses on quality improvement in their products and using innovative marketing strategies to bundle their various software and hardware products to customize them to the customer's needs. They have a wide product base, so require a variety of skillsets from their employees.
Human Resources (Former Employee), Colorado Springs – February 24, 2012
Pros: nice offices.
Cons: good 'ol boys environment for promoting, not knowledge/experience based.
It's not what you know or how long you have worked in your position, if management decides that they prefer a newcomer, who has learned all they know from you, you will be on your way out the door and be laid off. Beware to Engineers: You are the first to go !