Manager (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 8 February 2019
Bombardier is a great company to work for- depending who is your immediate employer, which changes from one minute to the next. If you are looking for career advancement, you need to make sure you network your way up and around the echelons of Management. you need to be proactive and grab every opportunity that comes your way. Working from home, for those that have remote access, is not recommended if you want to get promoted. In fact they prefer you waste 3 hours commuting in a severe snow storm than working from home.
Manage Budget Manage Schedule Drive cost reductions. Ensure project timeline is met. Work with innerspring to release requirements. Work with purchasing team to get orders placed. Attend meetings related to project.
Press Brake Operator (Current Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – 8 February 2019
The job I do is rewarding enough but not many seem to care about the quality of their work so I often have to clean up or repair parts as I get them before I can do my job. There are many employees here who treat the place like high school. There is no accountability for personal work/behavior. Most days it's like a daycare where all the adults have left the building. Management is powerless to affect change due to a self interested union that works hard on behalf of unproductive employees while denying attention to good ones. Thanks to the practice of "seniority" being an exemplary employee means absolutely nothing here. Date of hire overrides all other factors. It is my belief that this has caused many good workers to give up and degrade to the lowest status quo. "Why try when those that do not get the same pay, benefits and the ardent backing of the union?" Air quality in the plant is horrendous! This has been an ongoing issue since before I started here. Many days you can see a river of blue fog moving overhead. Debris settles on equipment minutes after it's been cleaned. Maintenance of equipment and machines is haphazard at best. I have waited weeks for repairs/adjustments to equipment making the job much harder than it should be. The pay is good but benefits are surprisingly poor. (If memory serves I think the per visit benefit for licensed massage therapy is $7.00.. for only 6 visits/year. Pretty good for 1976 but..) Job security... as long as we have contracts we have jobs but layoffs come hard and fast as work dwindles. Advancement is bidding against othersmore... for better/different jobs in the plant. Some offer better pay, some are part of apprenticeships but most are simply different jobs at the same rate. If you want a job with good pay, indoors that doesn't require you to bring skills with you (they'll teach you the job) this is not the worst place to be. The downside though is less than stellar job security, poor air quality, frustration/stress and constant bad press from the Toronto star.less
Tech Lead / Sr Software Developer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 February 2019
A world leader in aerospace they have an amazing product which amazes me every day when I enter the factory. Unfortinuntly they have very tough competition against other global aerospace giants which get support from the defense budget.
Check e-mails, participation in daily meeting. Performed Suppliers’ Technical support (clarification of technical requirements: Drawings, COS’s, Specifications) and followed-up project status. Validated and investigated of manufacturing documentation (Tool Orders, Process Sheets, drawings and tools for offload). Created of COS (Condition of Supply) documents in Catia V4 or DDA (Dossier d'Action). Created Request for Change (if necessary). Analysis of old drawings is the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job is the research in SAP.
Being a Programmer Analyst Intern, my job was to analyse the processes being done manually through the various business functions. I was able to assess how feasible the process is when it is Automated, known as Robotic Process Automation. I also assessed the business value the process would bring when automated and discussed it with the respective Directors and Managers. I was apart of a team that just started and was growing and so I had the privilege of participating in creating the Robotic Process Automation Timeline. Not only was I handed 1 project, but i took 3 other projects as well under my belt and was able to successfully accomplish them. I also received an RMP (Recognition and Mobilization Program Certificate) from one of my clients who were very content with the service they had received from myself.
Agent Logistique des Matières- Acheteur (Current Employee) – Centre de Finition Laurent Beaudoin – 12 December 2018
Achète le matériel nécessaire aux opérations Gère les quantités, les délais de livraison des pièces à acheter et les prix Élabore et analyse les soumissions auprès des fournisseurs et négocie les prix selon le requis Recherche de nouvelles sources d’approvisionnement Planifie les opérations en fonction des jalons à respecter Coordonne les retours des pièces non-conformes avec les fournisseurs
Logistics agent line (Former Employee) – Toro – 5 December 2018
Participate in the deployment of the SNC module (Supplier Network Collaboration) for suppliers. Participate in the definition of Logistic KPIs, in the elaboration of a governance and implementation of SAP Develop & plan for manufacturing plan deliverables such as shipping, kitting, facilities requirements-stores and consignment, etc.… Assess Tier 1 supplier risks (PFMEAs) and participate at the IPDT (Integrated Product Development Team) of your respective commodity. Participate in suppliers’ selection and negotiation to ensure a strong comprehension of operations and program requirements (MRD).
0 flexibiblité pour des congés sans solde! Manque d'écoute des employés! Exigences de production parfois maladive et au détriment de la qualité et de la logique! Performance sur papier(graphiques) plus importante que tout!!!
Partenaire d'affaires en mobilité mondiale (Former Employee) – St.-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC – 18 November 2018
Les bureaux de St-Bruno étaient en profonde réorganisation ce qui apportait un climat néfaste. Dans mon domaine, il n'y avait pas assez de ressources pour faire le travail donc les heures de travail étaient simplement impossibles.
environnement agreable et beau produit on n a a etre fier de notre produit
Assembleur au banc (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 9 November 2018
instructif on n apprend a tous les jours j ai appris l esprit d equipe, beau partage de culture l aspectle plus difficile de mon poste comprendre ce que l on lit,l aspect le plus agreable produit fini on , na a etre fier de pouvoir fabriquer et de livrer de beaux produits de qualite superieur ,a nos clients et de dire que c est nous au quebec qui fabriquons ce produit.