It is a good place to work but it is not a career.
INVENTORY CONTROL SPECIALIST (Current Employee), Auburn, AL – September 29, 2014
Pros: close to home
A typical day at work is doing cycle counts and bar coding and labeling the parts as they come off of the CKD containers. I also coordinate closely with the purchasing department to make sure that production has the appropriate amount of parts to meet the demands of our customers. Management is chaotic because there are too many people with management – more... responsibilities but none of them have the characteristics to be a good leader. – less
Overall a good place to work, getting better, but still some issues
Engineer (Current Employee), Barton, AL – September 28, 2014
Engineers and management are generally friendly and good at what they do. Understaffed. Process engineers are stretched thin and work long hours. However, company is making strides toward building for long-term success.
Containerboard Sales Co-ordinator (Former Employee), New Hythe, near Aylesford, Kent – May 27, 2014
Pros: local company with good environmental credentials - used recycled paper
Cons: redundancy due to mill closure
Enjoyed working at SCA but made redundant when New Hythe Paper mill closed down and sales jobs transferred to Brussels Head Office. Built many successful long term customer relationships. Looked after new customers.
Star Career Academy Student Saloon (Former Employee), Audubon, PA – April 27, 2014
A typical day at school consist of fine tuning my skills in hair make up while showing my creative flare , my fellow classmates and I routinely compete in competitions among ourselves and with other learning institutions the hardest part of my position as a student at star career academy is knowing that my time at school will be over and I will move – more... forward with my future endeavors, it is bitter sweet – less
Design - Preparations and Methods, (Former Employee), Benavente – January 22, 2014
Pros: nothing to mention
Cons: bad working facilityes
objectives achieved • Reduction of downtime • Installation of new treatment plant for treating wastewater • Expansion of the processing plant in paper, packaging and storage. • Monitoring and participation in company certification standards in 8001/9001/14001 Reason for leaving the company • Evolution of the professional and personal level with the – more... main objective of improving knowledge and improve the standard of living in general. – less
Good pay, good crew, well managed, plenty of overtime
Welder (Former Employee), Independence, KS – September 8, 2013
Pros: good pay
Cons: no insurance or pension, too much travelling
A typical workday involved, a pre-shift meeting where we went over the day's objectives. We were installing heavy machinery and silos. I then went to my assigned area, consulted the blueprints, and welded for 12 hours. I gained valuable experience reading drawings, working with engineers, and welding in multiple positions. The hours were long and the – more... work was very physical, but I really enjoyed it – less
A position I will always take again because I am preserving the natural state of the National Parks, etc.
Intern Oceanspray Junior Ranger Ambassador (Former Employee), Old San Juan, PR – May 10, 2013
I loved working for the Student Conservation Association. This non-profit organization gave me the opportunity to learn wonderful history, writing skills, and cooperation. I had the opportunity to live and work in the historic part of Puerto Rico.