Telecom Site Engineer (Former Employee) – Saudi Arabia – February 13, 2014
everyday we have to go to the site in order to finalize our jobs , the location of the sites was not fixed so we used to go to many different sites in the same day , our work was a team work we had to work to gather. we learned a lot from this experience how you have to communicate , what you have to do if you have a problem, how to trouble shoot in case some problems happened in the equipments. it was very nice work i really enjoyed it , the only hard part of this work is the traveling where we have to drive in the desert with no population or phone network but this was in a small part of the whole area.
terrible work environment. Management has not a clue how to get a job done or what is going on. Company treats employees horrible. Too many Project managers place is a zoo. If you have self respect at all you not go to this company.
Good Pay and benefits
no collaboration, lack of leadership, not flexible hours, terrible office enviroment.
Electronic Assembler/Wave Solderer (Former Employee) – Raynes Park, ENG – January 8, 2015
Soldering electronics, flow soldering and sonic cleaning bathing. Learned more on electronics as time goes. Good management in my area. All hard workers Cleaning the flow soldering as it very hot and to be careful to handle with. Happy when job Is done and all passed it.
Information System Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – October 13, 2012
The one year internship enable me to fully participate in the entire software development life cycle. I have gained excellent software development skills including both the quantitative side and qualitative side.
Solid engineering technology and hard work driven team members
Component Engineer (Former Employee) – Toronto, On – March 25, 2012
I learned a lot of electrical and its application engineering work knowledge along with professionalism at Thales. It was a very positive experience for me as a professional and overall company consisted with hard working teams.