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30+ days ago

Manufacturing Engineer

Flowserve Corporation Seoul

This Manufacturing Engineer position is to execute the manufacturing engineering Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manufacturing Engineer Associate

FlowServe Corporation Temecula, CA

The Manufacturing Engineer Associate supports manufacturing process excellence at sites producing mechanical seals… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manufacturing Engineer Associate

Flowserve Corporation Roles Inn of America, AZ

The Manufacturing Engineer Associate supports manufacturing process excellence at sites producing mechanical seals… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manager, Manufacturing

Flowserve Corporation Roles Inn of America, AZ

also include: Driving Continuous Improvement initiatives to improve work place organization and to streamline processes, communicating and enforcing… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior R&D Engineer

FlowServe Corporation Chennai

engineering, manufacturing & sales of Oil & Gas products in the India, UK & Global markets. The… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Ball Valve Manufacturing Engineer

Flowserve Corporation Sulphur Springs, TX

Responsible for planning activities for the layout of equipment and production facilities. Conducts… Glassdoor


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    Typical disfunctional company, some areas better than others, blindly driven by engineer types not good business people.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Vernon, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Vernon, CA

    I worked at Flowserve full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Good money, good products, potential to carve out your own professional island in a sea of disorganization

    Cons

    Management run on emotion, not facts. Lots of cronyism. Some people should have been gone long ago. People at the top only know they should push the latest trends and buzzwords. They have no real vision.

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    Could be an incredible company but there is no real plan from the top down. If you don't figure out how to schedule soon the competition is going to finish eating your lunch! 40 weeks to make a pump and you can't schedule the parts on time? Parts for jobs continue to be lost because you have a lousy process for tracking from dock to stock to job. Can't justify hiring real professionals in this area? Jeeez. The culture is to blame, curse and yell. That is just lame in 2014. Wake up! Take that top level bonus money and spend it on the employees. How about an on site cafeteria? How about getting rid of the 1950's desks? How about giving employees the privacy professionals deserve? Who wants to sit with their back exposed so management can see what they are doing? Is it a place people want to work? Better take a look around at successfull companies, do they have any of the above? If you think I'm describing a country club work environment, then YOU are a dinosaur from the 1940s. You have all the metrics in the world but you are still failing miserably, why? Could it be that you think that guys like the one you brought over from Neuclear to be in charge are the right type? You know who I mean; the one who gleefully, in large training sessions, told how he would fire people and then go back to his hotel and order a nice steak dinner and sleep like a baby because those people were slackers. Yea, that's right, those are not people you want running your company. Glad he is gone, hope you learned something from that one.

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