Standard 8-hour shifts with the opportunity to work overtime which is great if you needed extra money. Once training is complete it was easy to migrate over to the job and help was available when needed. Great people and safe working environment.
- Great company to work for - Continuous development opportunities for any career path at the company. Great salary and benefits package - Employees' safety and well being is always the company's priority. - Production of the highest quality products - Lean company
The job work / life balance is good you weekend days off if not that busy
Non Destructive Inspector (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 13 April 2016
The day typically starts with a stand up meeting reviewing safety issues and new directives and policies if there are any, work that has to be accomplish such as Priority one and / or AOG's that has to be given priority, you learn something new from time to time which makes your work a bit challenging. While I can work as individual, I also work well in a team setting.
Program Manager / Senior Project / Project Manager (Current Employee) – Bellevue, Wa – 19 February 2016
Once the plan is built, executing that plan and watching the team strive toward a successful outcome is the most enjoyable part of a becoming a project manager. The building up of the team members, understanding their lifestyles, their drives, their aspirations is exciting. My best part of the day is after we have a successful breakthrough, we usually go out and celebrate as a team, where even more ideas are generated and get incorporated into the plan the next day. As a project manager, I believe you are only as successful as your team. So being a team player is an integral part of being successful. Without that team support, the project manager will fail.
Being part of team that has common goals and objectives
One of the best manufacturing companies in Winnipeg. You can learn a lot about aerospace industry while working with experienced employees (from shopfloor people to office staff). This depends on the team that you work with, though.
Integral Fuel Cell Sealer A (Former Employee) – Everett, WA – 26 February 2015
While I held several Certifications at The Boeing Company in order to preform my job as a "Integral Fuel Cell Sealer A' there was always more to learn, which I loved about this job. No day was the same as the last, always keeping me on engaged & learning new methods & processes. Co-workers were great & fun to work with.
A typical day at work would start out with finding out what plane we were going to close Fuel Cells on, and then working with the QT Dept to close them out & install the Fuel Cell tank covers.